This being is an incarnation of the goddess of fertility, and it is fanatically loyal. It resembles a badger, and it has no head. It always appears to be wreathed in smoke.
This bizarre entity is formed from the soul of an occultist who died in a state of cruelty. It reminds one of an eel and has a nautilus for a head. It is covered in gray hair. It always appears to be surrounded by a cloud of dust.
This bizarre monster is formed from the soul of a king who has passed away. It looks like an eel sculpted into the form a ferret. It has toes with an unusual amount of joints.
This entity comes from the astral plane. It looks like an orangutan twisted into the form a cuttlefish. It is covered in coffee-colored hair.
This entity was formed by the curiosity of Satan. It slightly resembles an eel, and it has a tail ending in a mace-like ball. As opposed to solid substance, it appears to be made of some genatinous material.
This legendary creature was formed from the brain of God. It looks like an elegant merger of an owl and a buffalo.
This monster is formed from the souls of deceased dungeon delvers who died in a state of sadism. It looks like a baboon twisted into the form a frog. Instead of flesh, it appears to be made of metal.
This mysterious creature mutated from mankind some time in the past. It looks like a manta ray sculpted into the form a weasel. It has no face. It appears to be wearing a suit of armor.
This mythical creature was formed by the hopelessness of the gods of fertility. It loosely resembles a raven, and it has three beaks. It moves without a sound.
This strange being comes from another world. It vaguely resembles a cuttlefish, and it has two faces. It appears to be composed of gems.
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