Unnamed the Sad Gembeast




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Owner: Buu
Name:Unnamed
Species:Gembeast
Gender: Female
Orgin: Lost Fields
Season: Winter
Time: Morning

















With rough, hard gems covering its back and tail, Amethyst Gembeasts are a rare form of defensive Gembeast. The large shell of gems along the back of these creatures makes them nearly impossible to slay, unless a large enough push can knock them onto their back and expose their belly. The club like gemstone on the end of its tail is its only form of offense, and is capable of shattering granite in one hit. Thankfully, Amethyst Gembeasts are a passive breed and will not attack unless provoked. These beasts are usually found in the great pine forests, happily munching on the underbrush.

Recently the discovered remains of extinct monsters once slain by the Seven were found deep within the West-North caves, and over time, with the influence of the darkness and crystals around them, they were reanimated. Certain gems embedded themselves into the bodies and resurrected these dangerous beasts, their life source eternally contained in the minerals they bonded with. These creatures are now being discovered in different parts of the lands, with each specific mineral effecting their power, location, and ferocity.

Beasts are creatures created from the leftover wild energy from the old world. Often, these creatures are mashed together with parts from many of the creatures that used to exist in this world. These creatures are the strongest that can be found, but are extremely rare, and some species are not even known to exist besides in textbooks and old tomes of lore. Even the most aggravated red will back down when faced with one of these creatures, which luckily for the dragon will most likely never occur during its lifetime. These creatures are said to even equal the creators in power, and many a story has been written about how these creatures have battled against them.