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#130 Sylveph

Sylvephs are loud, obnoxious sheep with fine, silk fur. Farmers despise their constant bleeting and the incredible mess they make in the field. Although they slowly produce silver thread, their spoils must be thoroughly washed and disinfected to prepare them for use. Sylvephs prefer to eat mushrooms and rotting biomass.

Release Date May 06, 2022
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