|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|balor dnd 5e||1.95||0.2||6457||65|
|baloray lunch bag||0.9||0.4||6707||6|
|balor the broken fang||0.23||0.2||9727||85|
|balor the broken fang w101||0.71||0.9||5891||23|
|valor del dolar||1.99||0.5||9926||68|
The Balor is the largest of the Niskaru, an ancient Niskaru Lord of destruction, and a being of immense power - so powerful, in fact, that no living being bound by the tapestry of fate was ever fated to defeat him.How much damage does Balor of the balor do?
A creature that touches the balor or hits it with a melee attack while within 5 feet of it takes 10 (3d6) fire damage. Magic Resistance. The balor has advantage on saving throws against spells and other magical effects. Magic Weapons.Does Balor have magic resistance?
Magic Resistance. The balor has advantage on saving throws against spells and other magical effects. Magic Weapons. The balor’s weapon attacks are magical.What does Balor mean in Irish mythology?
Balor (sometimes spelled Balar or Bolar), also known as Balor of the Evil Eye, is the tyrant warrior of Fomorians, a race of semi-divine beings from Irish mythology feared for the power of his large eye that wreaks destruction when opened. He has been interpreted as a personification of drought, blight, and the scorching sun.