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#113 Vune Ballow

Small vune ballow dragons are commonly found throughout the world. They are covered in beautifully prismatic scales and are able to fly short distances, but tire quickly. Depending on the color of their eyes, they can typically breathe a small amount of fire or ice. They very greatly in size depending on the region, ranging roughly from the size of a caterpillar to the size of a snake. While some vune ballows are hostile and dangerous, many are friendly and playful.

Release Date April 19, 2022
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