Tag: Fauna

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  • djuu'ta

    [[File:380673 | class=media-item-align-none | monster_no__067_by_onehundred_monsters-d3ect33.jpg]] A dog-like creature relatively common in the [[South]], their size varies greatly depending on early life conditions. Some are reared to be mounts, and …

  • yoox

    [[File:380674 | class=media-item-align-none | monster_no__009_by_onehundred_monsters-d39qodq.jpg]] A bovine related creature whose milk is commonly drunk throughout the [[Delzhan Badlands | Delzhan Badlands]] in particular. They are also ridden on …

  • inqiyat

    Inqiyat resemble a man from the waist up, or perhaps the nightmare of a man, with sandstone colored skin that has a texture like old paper or peeling birch bark. Their eyes have no pupils and sand is always dripping from their mouths. But below the waist …

  • qat-hirra

    Qat-hirra are enormous deep blue jellyfish that float in and above the surface of the [[Tsu-Dian-Pei]]. They generally live in the furthest southern reaches of the ocean, but migrate north during the [[Season of Fire]]. Lately they have been migrating far …

  • Cao-rin

    Carnivorous kangaroo mice approximately three to four inches long, that travel in swarms of hundreds across the [[Tsu-Dian-Pei]]. Rarely a threat to ships, they can be dangerous to the travelers that have docked at oases or the dotted towns and villages …

  • Chocobo

    [[File:409671 | class=media-item-align-none | Chocobo.png]] A species of flightless bird native to the [[South]], valued especially by the [[Delzhan]] for messenger steeds and light cavalry.

  • ha-pto

    The ha-pto are enormous [[Earth]] elementals that swim the sands of the [[Tsu-Dian-Pei]], in the likeness of enormous five-legged turtles. Their shells are quite fertile, and form welcome spots of reprieve along the harsh Sand-sea, often hosting villages, …

  • Shu Fei

    The shu fei are a rare species of enormous moth that roam the [[Tsu-Dian-Pei]]. They have a wingspan of some hundred feet. Their sighting is considered good luck by sailors, and there are very few incidents of them attacking humans. There is a danger when …

  • Ahsamiri

    The ahsamiri are enormous rays that swim the [[Tsu-Dian-Pei]]. They travel in schools and can reach wingspans of forty feet or more. They rarely attack ships or settlements, but have been known to devour humans who fall overboard.

  • Al'inhadei

    [[File:430628 | class=media-item-align-none | tumblr_nhjmgrmouE1r8m0ugo1_1280.jpg]] Strange creatures, also called bahn-yapai in some regions, covered in a weird lavender unction, they have multiple rows of teeth, gills, and cricket wings, with webbed …

  • Paj'arin

    [[File:434234 | class=media-item-align-none | monster_no__029_by_onehundred_monsters-d3b9z3k.jpg]] Crustaceans that grow some four feet in length, they are opportunistic group hunters. Their meat is repulsive smelling and when they grow too numerous …

  • Cao-shiung

    [[File:434241 | class=media-item-align-none | silk_purse_flyer_by_noeleonl-d725w3i.jpg]] A strange flying animal believed to be a reptile, the cao-shiung are one of the most important pollinators on the [[Tsu-Dian-Pei]]. Their wings make a strange …

  • Bhan'hazi

    [[File:434266 | class=media-item-align-none | cute-mexican-walking-fish.jpg]] A small carnivorous fish of the [[Tsu-Dian-Pei]], they travel in schools of several hundred. They have a tiny spinneret near the end of their tail, and the school as a whole …

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