Unnamed the Spooky Swamp Lurker

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Owner: Upper Center
Species:Swamp Lurker
Gender: Female
Orgin: Ocean
Season: Fall
Time: Afternoon
Birthdate: 01-19-2018 18:01:43

This small hatchling seems to resemble a static dragon, at least in morphology. It has incredibly large claws, which it uses to dig up thick mud near the lake. It often will hide itself in the hole, and stare at you menacingly, until you retrieve it.It has grown some now, and also grown a small crest and tendrils. Although it uses them to hunt, it is more fond of using them to wrap around your arm and hold on, despite your attempts to shake it off. Strangely, its terrifying looks actually contrast a cuddly and attentive personality.

Swamp lurkers, like their name suggests, dwell in the marshy swamps towards the northeast coast of the world. These medium sized dragons are somewhat dangerous to smaller animals, using their large tendrils and strange wings to entrap prey that does not see through their camouflage. These dragons will bury themselves in the thick mud, laying just a few tendrils on the surface, and wriggling them from time to time, to mimic worms. When a phoenix decides that these tendrils are a nice meal, the beast grabs with its large fingers and uses its tendrils to suffocate its victim.

Dragons are regarded to be the most crucial creatures in the forest, due to the many legends surrounding a group of seven who created this world, yet there are no rock solid specimens of proof to suggest this. They are still worshiped by the less advanced villages, and often are given offerings of food and gifts of gems to earn their favor for protection and to hopefully one day own an egg from these majectic creatures. Many species exist, each with their own special powers, but there are many more discovered nearly every day, and we have yet to know why.

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