What Does Sleek Mean?


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To have a smooth, even surface is known as sleek. Anything that is not harsh or rough is known as sleek.

The other meaning of sleek is Sleek, the Magical Beast in the Dungeons and the Dragons in the fantasy role-playing game. The main desire of Sleek was to bite the victims and run off. It used to hunt its victims by hanging about above the doorways, on trees or wherever it could and jump down and bite them on their arm. This was continued from one victim to another. A bite by Sleek caused damage on the chief vein of the sufferer and could only be healed if it was treated with direct pressure or a curative spell.

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