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Then do you now model the form of a multitudinous, manyheaded monster, having a ring of heads of all manner of beasts, tame and wild, which he is able to generate and metamorphose at will.
He should watch over the manyheaded monster like a good husbandman, fostering and cultivating the gentle qualities, and preventing the wild ones from growing; he should be making the lion-heart his ally, and in common care of them all should be uniting the several parts with one another and with himself.
The avenue is packed with humanity; it is the central organ of the new, manyheaded being.
The mission includes finding Persephone's pearls, defeating Medusa, a manyheaded hydra, shaking away the enticing trap set by the lotus eaters and sundry other snares set by weird and wonderful creatures.
These self-indulgent manyheaded monsters are now breeding at a faster rate than at any point since theimmediately pre-punk 1970s, and the main enabler and linchpin of this regrettable phenomenon is Homme himself.