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#230 Pinlup

The humble pinlup is a delightful breed of small animal common in wild areas near human settlements. It's a popular activity for parents to bring their kids out to play with pinlups, providing them with bread and berries to eat; in return, pinlups bless those they play with with good luck and fortune. Pinlup tongues are bright blue and used to be heavily poached for trophies, but the species' rapid population growth over the past decade has devalued any perceived rarity or uniqueness, allowing the species to thrive even further.

Release Date August 14, 2022
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