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#102 Alale

The alale is a muscular creature the size of a human that lives in swamps and marshes. They are very territorial and will use their ability to manipulate water to create hazardous barriers to keep other animals out of their territories. Alales are capable of budding off more of themselves to keep their species alive and thrive in areas after driving all other life out.

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