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#182 Artik-un

Artik-un are hoofed creatures domesticated for their speed, strength, and intelligence. Artik-un have an excellent sense of balance and can leap twenty times their height in the air, where they're also capable of contorting their body in response to wind pressure to ensure they always land hooves-down. An artik-un reaches full adult development after three years and have an average lifespan of 10 to 20 years.

Release Date June 27, 2022
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