Wednesday, August 31, 2011
The Bear Lake monster is a large monster said to live in Bear Lake, on the Utah-Idaho border. The creature has been described as a large fish, a serpent, or gigantic seal/walrus type creature.
He get's kudos for not having a name which is a variant on "Nessie," like very other lake monster seems to have.
Monday, August 29, 2011
Fronkeys are a troop of mutated simians who made their home a bit too close to a nuclear power plant that went into total meltdown. The effect of radiation on multiple generations have resulted in compound congenital abnormalities until finally what was once a simple lowland gorilla has mutated into something else completely. Fronkeys are usually short lived, easy to agitate, and extremely aggressive. They can be found with any number of strange mutations, including extra or malformed limbs, heads, or facial features. One side effect of the radiation is an abnormal spike in intelligence, to the point where scientists are now studying the Fronkey troop to gain insight into early human evolution.
Friday, August 26, 2011
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Frooglies are weird little imps from another dimension. They live a plodding, unexciting existence. They follow a simplistic nature religion, the point of which seems to be to accomplish the most output with the smallest amount of work. This has lead to the phrase "Lazy as a Frooglie" being adopted by neighboring tribes.
Monday, August 22, 2011
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Splugglings are a form of lichen that posses rudimentary organs and other structures commonly associated with animals. They breed by "budding" off smaller Splugglings, who are genetically identical to their parents. They usually feed on rotting matter found in swamps or bogs, like leaves, logs, or animal carcasses.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Banths are huge, multi-legged, cat-like creatures from "John Carter of Mars," by Edgar Rice Burroughs. They are described as "Barsoomian lions," ten feet long, with six legs, and a large, tooth filled mouth that extends nearly the whole length of it's head. They are depicted as group hunters that howl and yelp at night akin to wolves.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Trollmallards are large, strong, degenerate avians created by splicing duck DNA with that of a Chimpanzee. They are extremely violent and territorial, and will attack any creature seen as a threat who enters their territory.
They also tend to migrate south for the winter.
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Ligzzgilfs are strange creatures. They are endothermic (warm blooded) reptiles, with two arms and no hind legs. They spout tuffs of hair along their backs, which most dye or cut into ever changing styles. Lifzzgilfs live in large communal cities, built partially underground. Most buildings have small entrances and very low ceilings. Most other sentient beings find it very difficult to communicate with ligzzgilfs, as their alphabet contains some 47,000 characters.
Friday, August 12, 2011
FlooBoos are liquid ghosts, which exist under the water. They are generally the spirits of long departed sailors, fishermen, or pirates, who for one reason or another have chosen to stay behind for an eternity under the waves. Most of them have existed so long as to have forgotten all of their Earthly connections. They are generally friendly, and will guide ships through dangerous storms.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Monday, August 8, 2011
Skilvpis squids act as medics for the invading forces of the Xennon empire. They can often be found in the heart of any particular swarm, healing nearby units. Due to their nature they are lightly armed, but are more than capable of defending themselves.
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Ervsenus are hairy, woodland dwelling creatures from a far away planet. Their technology has evolved along highly eco-friendly, minimalist lines. This is due to a very long history, in which their race were nearly wiped out through war and ecological disaster. They have structured thier economy around agriculture and food exports. Their planet is considered the "breadbasket" of several nearby sectors.