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Necrophage (from Greek nekros, 'corpse' and phagein, 'to eat') is a hypernym used to refer to monsters that generally haunt cemeteries and battlefields, places where dead bodies lay, eating the remains. Some, however, have decided they have no qualms about being the ones to fill the area with corpses instead of just being carrion crows.

The Witcher (PC) Edit

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Bestiary Devourer full Bestiary Cemetaur full

Notable NecrophagesEdit

Associated QuestsEdit

Notes Edit

Some people mistakenly assume that alps and bruxae are necrophages. They are not.

Video Edit

thumb|500px|left|Necrophages Alley (Chapter V)

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Edit

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Edit

The first enemies encountered in the game are a pack of necrophage ghouls that have appeared to feast on the corpses left after a great battle.

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