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#094 Dryph

Dryphs are a rare and elusive type of creature. They are said to be born from the clouds, and are occasionally seen floating above them. They levitate high in the air, intently watching life on the surface. Their whiskers are said to provide longevity and health when steeped in tea and their soft, fuzzy hide makes for beautiful garments and gowns.

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