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#264 Vibulant

Vibulants are massive insects. A single vibulant can be up to 10 feet long and weigh up to half a ton. They can be found in many different environments, including deserts, mountains, and fields. Despite their size, vibulants are generally harmless to humans and will often avoid them if given the chance. Vibulants have limited intelligence and are kept as livestock in some places.

Release Date September 18, 2022
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