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#099 Sneacock

Once upon a time, a snake and a peacock found a way to produce an offspring. That offspring's intimidating colors and wholly evil nature quickly made it the dominant species of its island, where it reproduced and overpopulated for centuries before a merchant's ship brought the predator to the mainland. The island is now known as Sneacock Island and it is strictly forbidden lest another devastating sneacock outbreak occur again.

Release Date April 05, 2022
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