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#030 Urryn-ast

Urryn-ast are always on the hunt for humans on the verge of death and will track their prey for days at a time. They consume deceased bodies whole and, in doing so, memorize a sequence of the consumed DNA as a part of their complex digestive process. After their feast, Urryn-ast will often shapeshift into the consumed creature and retrace their path back to others, hoping to get closer to their next meal.

Release Date January 26, 2022
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