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#262 Ri-la-doch

Ri-la-doch are a species of sentient amphibious creatures that are somewhat similar to a large frog. Most are around three feet tall and covered in reflective, chromatically-aberrant skin. Like a frog, they are able to jump enormous distances and have sticky tongues that they use to catch their prey, although their prey is usually much larger than what a frog would normally eat. Ri-la-doch usually inhabit swamps and mucklands, but can be found in many different environments. During their annual mating season, they will grow wings and tails and migrate to warmer climates. Ri-la-doch are renowned for their vast knowledge of natural and improvisational medicines.

Release Date September 15, 2022
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