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A crustacean species from Cilvarth. Eclectus crabs are an extremely colourful, and invasive, species.
The famous seris mythical creature, the protector of the Heavenly Palace and the eater of clouds!
A food from Cilvarth. Soup is plentiful and popular.
Created from a painted canvas paired with a great deal of complex magic, the Topaz Spider has become one of the staple artificial creatures of the Unending Scroll in the past millennia.
A fish species from Hell. Thermal carp are a delicious naturally spicy fish species.
Sparrowfrogs inhabit the many layers of the Verdent Gorge, and are commonly seen gliding between the trees of the canopy and even the lush floors of the jungle on the banks of the Godswollen River.
A fish species from Dave.
The secret technology that allows the Snow elves to thrive and survive in their cave settlements during winter
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How are mermaids made? And what about mermen or nonbinary merfolk? Find out here!
27 prompts for developing the bestiary of the Book of Habits and Beasts
Once thought to be the whimsy of medieval illuminators, giant snails have been sighted in the past few months.
One of the Avian Beasts of Alézun'Teran. One who is intelligent and embraced by raw cold.
Articles and statblocks completed for Bestiary February 2023!
A collection of twenty-seven creatures for February 2023's mini bestiary challenge.
A star tortoise is a giant variant of terrestrial tortoises that roams the starways. It is able to reach its impressive size because it dwells exclusively in microgravity environments.
A type of tropical forest from Uriti.
Ornate nest building Arthopod, revered as a noble animal for its idealism and creativity.