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#235 Worgant

Worgants are a species of small were-ants that live in packs in the northern forests. They have a symbiotic relationship with the betzkra woodpeckers, who make holes in the bark of trees to get at grubs and other insects, which worgants then turn into thriving nests. For a brief time after a worgant death, a small, white flower can be seen sprouting from their carcass.

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Release Date August 19, 2022
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