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#117 Gomligu

The gomligu is an large creature that resembles a rabbit, but with a long tail and thick, grey patches of rubbery skin. The gomligu is a rather shy and timid creature that flees readily, but they can occasionally be seen wandering about in enchanted forests on their hind legs if you're quiet enough to sneak up on one. While it's generally thought to be good luck to see a gomligu, it is strongly advised you never chase one.

Release Date April 23, 2022
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