The Mussagana is the undead spirit of a Keldian who starved to death. Their all-consuming hunger causes their spirit to cling to their flesh, ever seeking a way to fill their empty bellies. The Mussagana superficially resembles a gaunt and emaciated Keldian, with limbs reduced to sticks of bone and shrunken flesh. Where their bellies should be, however, the Mussagana has a second mouth, gaping and filled with ragged pointed teeth.
Mussagana are interested in only one thing, eating, and will concentrate on stores of food and grain, devouring everything they can get their double mouths on. They are just intelligent enough to adopt simple ruses if it will get them close to food, such as throwing on a cloak and joining a group entering a storehouse, or entering a building where food is being served, but at the sight of food they throw aside such deceptions and gorge themselves. A clever Keldian facing such a creature knows that it can be lured with food.
If attacked, the Mussagana will bite with both mouths, attempting to devour alive whoever it is attacking. On a critical hit it will bite off part of whoever it is attacking, leaving a nasty wound (tales tell of a Mussagana devouring both the food used to lure it and the hand holding it). Like most embodied undead the Mussagana is resistant to normal weapons, taking half damage from physical attacks and spells. Sacred weapons do full damage.