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#116 Nitenel

Nitenel are large, gentle creatures when domesticated. They have four heads, six folding wings, and a long, whip-like tail. They have no arms. Their eyes are a piercing red that contrasts their blue feathers beautifully; their beaks are small and each contain one small, venomous fang. Their diet consists mostly of small animals like rabbits, squirrels, and other birds.

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Release Date April 22, 2022
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