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#027 Mipurd Ballow

Mipurd Ballows are a small, primitive species of salamander that are found in the deepest cavities of melting ice sheets. They are extremely hardy and can survive in almost any environment, but they are slow-moving and are often considered weak by other living creatures. Mipurd Ballows are also extremely territorial and will fight to the death to defend their territory, which rarely goes well for them.

Release Date January 23, 2022
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