Markipolitan’s evolution is triggered by overpopulation. During evolution the villages move around frequently, attempting to stake out new territory on the growing landmass. The most powerful Puugs and Craus occupy the barracks on its tail, using it as a look-out point to sight incoming aggressors.
The evolution of Kidage, Villoat is a steady beast. So much so that the Craus and Puug that settle atop their horns never even notice their movement. Congregating in packs, these animals create cities, often laying next to each other so their respective villages may trade and socialise.
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Antlerabra is deceptively small. The creature sheds its waxy antlers every season by rubbing them against trees. A nocturnal creature, Antlerabra is considered “the light of the forest”, as other creatures will follow it through the night. The creature always ends its journey at a fresh watering hole, inadvertently assisting its followers. In the winter Antlerabra use their flaming antlers to clear snow so they may eat the fresh grass below.
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Dashing Hound is the evolution of Carcimine. Carrying on its predecessors smoking habit, it uses the shed antlers of Antlerabra to create a greater fire projecting apparatus. Dashing Hounds are proud creatures, but when their fire is extinguished they will quickly scamper away. They often hide in trees for days until they are sure that their opponent has left.
The final evolution of Zapatiel and Hentricity, Groutlet boasts a most unusual dance ritual. It appears almost entirely pointless, as the dance is neither for mating nor dominance. Most Groutlet spends their entire lives in solitude and both genders can produce eggs. Perhaps its ridiculous display is to lull combatants into a false sense of security and allow Groutlet to unleash an unexpected attack. Its tail feathers act as barbs that stick into the body of its enemies, repeatedly shocking them until they succumb.
Ottale’s rock-hard scaled belly is used for combing sea and lake-beds to dislodge shell-fish. They possess an adeptness for using tools and are deceptively strong due to an excess of muscle tendons. A single strike from an Ottale can crack even the hardest of objects, whether it is a clam or an enemy. Ottale can float for days, expending little energy as they travel from place to place. They often travel in pairs and hold hands so they don’t drift apart. Local folklore considers Ottale a messenger between humans and creatures.
Creagle restricts itself to cold mountainous regions. What appears to be a group of feathers on the creature’s head is actually snow used for insulation during high altitude flights. Although its stony exterior is relatively light, it is still a heavy creature, relying on the thin air in the mountains to remain airborne for extended periods of time. When attacking it throws its entire weight into a dive upon its opponent in an attempt to crush them.