(noun) - a less powerful enemy, easily dealt with, often appearing in large groups to present some challenge; a thug. Used especially in the context of pen-and-paper roleplaying games.
- Possibly first used in the roleplaying milieu in the game "Feng Shui" by Robin Laws.
- Possibly derived from "mook jung", the wooden training dummy used in wing chun style martial arts.
Other definitions for this word likely exist. Search also under "mook (n.)".
Player 1: Hey did you're all's characters get to face off last week against the lich-mage-king-of-death?
Player 2: Naaa. We just had them beat up on a bunch of zombie mooks.
Player 1: Guess I didn't miss much then
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