Gulls and other seabirds, as well as other scavengers, see the damned as corpses, not as living beings. They are attracted to the flesh of the damned. If outside in the daylight, there is a risk of seagulls showing up to attack; if in the ocean, there is a risk of sharks; on land, there is a risk of ravens outside during the day, or rats underground. Roll 2d6; on doubles, the scavengers attack.
Remember that, if damaged during an encounter, the player character risks gaining Decay at the end of the encounter.
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