Alien lice or bug
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Swamplice

Swamplice, also known as “ballastbugs”, are isopod-like animals native to the tropical and subtropical coasts of Dra’Hynus. They use local, organic materials to camouflage themselves and ward off predators. The swamplice of the Behean Shelf are noted in particular for reaching larger sizes and living longer. This is more a change in diet than a […]

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Large alien - speculative evolution. Inspired by the book: Expedition
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Dire Khest

On Dra’Hynus, amid the drowned deltas of the Behean Shelf, towering mangroves strip nutrients from brackish waters, and life flourishes beneath their boughs. Silt flows form small islands amongst the trees’ roots. Between these loamy isles, hidden in the murk, gardens swim against the current. The Wandering Gardens of Behea The phenomenon known as the […]

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Scary swamp alien
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Nortvitch Hideback

Haunting the the fog-covered swamps of the Veiled Mire is the Nortvitch Hideback, a 6ft tall lanky amphibious with powerful limbs it uses to effortlessly navigate through its environs. The species is known to be an active hunter, stalking its prey in silence, moving slowly so as not to alert its victim. However should the […]

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Super earth alien - mist speculative sci-fi
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Hydra

The massive depressions that were once home to Nibbio‘s oceans now serve as vast swamps perpetually covered in mist. Because of high humidity and atmospheric pressure, the environment can feel tropical in an otherwise cold planet. If one were to step foot in these, swamps, they would find essentially expanses of decomposing high-growth organic matter, […]

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Speculative evolution, shared universe creature
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Chatter Bat

In the deep caverns of Laksha, peculiar creatures thrive. This environment closely resembles the depths of the ocean, characterized by minimal light and scarce sustenance. Despite these harsh conditions, life has managed to flourish within these caves and trenches, displaying remarkable adaptability. One such cave-dweller is the chatter bat. This airborne species boasts a unique […]

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speculative evolution tree predator
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Dropeariler

It’s another rainy day in the forests of Laksa, you’re a small creature foraging for food in the dark undergrowth. Thunder encloses the forest floor with the sound echoing throughout the trees with each lightning faintly illuminating your surroundings. But over all the sounds of thunder and rain, you hear something in the trees above […]

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white chimpanzee -speculative evolution
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Tele Teka

In the Dread Woods, as the night comes, one can often hear the howls of the Tele Teka. A descendant of Earth’s great apes, it measures five feet tall, is bipedal, and stands in a crouch. The ape has very poor eyesight and feels its way around using its long, sensitive fingers. The Tela Teka […]

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Alien parasite
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Clown Car Leech

The Clown Car Leech, also known as Priam’s Worm, is a small, winged parasite, roughly one inch in length. It searches for a host in humid environments such as swamps and brackish shorelines. Once an egg-carrying adult attaches to a host through a triple-jaw, it first sucks the victim’s blood, then regurgitates it along with […]

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Truncodile - speculative evolution apex predator
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Truncodile

Endemic to the Black Coast Islands in Infinity Horizon lies an endemic predator with a nightmarish reputation. You might see a hand struggling to stay above water and even muffled cries of drowning, but upon closer inspection, the hand is a crude imitation of one, with the arm a tentacle. The truncodile, or, as known […]

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A storm serpent - inspired by ghost leviathans
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Storm Serpent

In the mighty lakes of Southern Laksha, one may be quick to encounter its apex predator – the Storm Serpent. Despite its moniker, it bears little resemblance to traditional serpents. Instead, it takes on the form of a sleek and sinuous eel with a striking green metallic sheen. Bioluminescent patterns flicker along its slender body, […]

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