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#081 Eieliez

Eieliezen are knee-high, bird-like creatures that are known for their remote eye, which they can often be seen holding but will also leave behind in their nest to watch their young with while they're out hunting or gathering. Not much is known about how an eieliez is able to see from their completely-disconnected eye. It is believed that they are also capable of growing additional eyes over time and simultaneously seeing from multiple eyes at a time.

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Release Date March 18, 2022
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