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Word: gnarl

Definition: protruding knot on a tree; V.


Sentences Containing 'gnarl'

As an adviser and initial tutor, Gnarl engages in most of the game's dialogue, including narration, outlining objectives, dropping hints and even making jokes.
Back at the Netherworld tower, the Overlord is visited by a mysterious woman who Gnarl vaguely recognizes.
Either way, Gnarl reveals that even the Overlord’s power might wane, finishing once again with "Evil always finds a way" before laughing maniacally off screen.
Gnarl, the aged Minion advisor from the previous games, is the main recurring character in "Overlord II".
The actions of the Glorious Empire lead Gnarl to classify them as a serious threat, and the Overlord heads out to both conquer the world and destroy the Empire.
The Overlad is raised by Gnarl and the minions as the new Overlord while the Glorious Empire expands its borders.
The Overlord travels to the Wastelands (the site of the old Overlord's tower), and is tasked by Gnarl with finding the twelve shards of the Tower Heart.
Upon coming of age and passing Gnarl's tests, the Overlord scouts the Nordberg countryside with the Brown Minions, encountering a band of fanatical environmentalist elves led by Florian Greenheart, who try to prevent him from slaying baby seals, and end up taking in the yeti.
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