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used in Black: The Birth of Evil

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a sharp hooked claw — especially on a bird of prey
  • Tom could hear the scraping of its talons along aged planks, the whisper of its huge wings, as it slowly ascended the bridge.
    Chapter 19 (24% in)
  • He retracted his talons and allowed a gentle smile to form on his snout.
    Chapter 19 (29% in)
  • Black bats with talons that look like they could pop a head off in short order.
    Chapter 25 (70% in)
  • Talons bit into his flesh.
    Chapter 30 (21% in)
  • A single talon swiped at his back and cut to his spine.
    Chapter 30 (23% in)
  • TOM AWOKE to the violent, stinging drag of a taloned claw across his face.
    Chapter 30 (27% in)
  • He began to delicately stroke Tom's face with the tip of his talon.
    Chapter 30 (39% in)
  • But the shrieking bat's extended talons, followed by the rest of its body, fell limp the instant the glow from the extended dagger touched its skin.
    Chapter 30 (77% in)
  • Talons extended from his feet and dug into the wood.
    Chapter 32 (27% in)
  • The large beast made no effort to hide his talons, which tapped impatiently on the wood bridge.
    Chapter 32 (39% in)
  • But instead of taking his hand, the Shataiki suddenly leaped from the ground and slashed angrily at the extended hand with his talons.
    Chapter 32 (64% in)
  • Talons swiped like sickles; fangs gnashed ravenously in anticipation of meat.
    Chapter 32 (84% in)
  • He fell to the ground, smothered by a dozen bats, who sank their talons into his soft flesh.
    Chapter 32 (85% in)
  • The bat raised one of its talons.
    Chapter 34 (70% in)

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