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They lived for the pleasure of bringing icy doom to as many people as they could. A common legend in Rashemen and surrounding lands suggested that there was only one bheur alive, because no more than one was ever seen at a time, but it was far more likely that they were solitary wanderers. This was, in fact, false and bheur hags were the most common of Auril's handmaidens.
Bheurs were vulnerable to lightning or electricity.
Some folk believed that orglash also worked together with bheur hags, but it was not known if such tales were true.
Bheurs resembled hideous old women, like all hags did; however, a bheur's skin was blue-white, with white hair.
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