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Unlike many psychic creatures, the physiology of Cerebob is well-documented due to their docile nature. Cerebob’s bobber can quickly disperse huge bursts of psychic energy, abruptly incapacitating even the largest opponents. Aside from its destructible capabilities, the bobber is also used for communication, as it emits electrical impulses that can only be sensed by other Cerebob. Similarly, the creature’s beak is electroreceptive, allowing them to sense the presence and movement of nearby creatures, detecting even the smallest electrical impulses caused by muscle movement.

Cerebob are openly hostile towards electric type creatures, as their ambient energy interferes with Cerebob’s electrical communications.

Unlike many psychic creatures, the physiology of Cerebob is well-documented due to their docile nature. Cerebob’s bobber can quickly disperse huge bursts of psychic energy, abruptly incapacitating even the largest opponents. Aside from its destructible capabilities, the bobber is also used for communication, as it emits electrical impulses that can only be sensed by other Cerebob. Similarly, the creature’s beak is electroreceptive, allowing them to sense the presence and movement of nearby creatures, detecting even the smallest electrical impulses caused by muscle movement.

Cerebob are openly hostile towards electric type creatures, as their ambient energy interferes with Cerebob’s electrical communications.

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Therowing are primarily domesticated creatures. Although they have the ability to fly, Therowings will naturally forage and nest on the ground, often in reeds or desert grasses near beaches. If the creature is left to roam or was born wild, its features becomes more reptilian and can grow to three times the size of its domesticated cousins. What initially appears to be tail-feathers are in fact a reptilian frill, an indicator of the creature’s distant past and potential future.

Therowing are primarily domesticated creatures. Although they have the ability to fly, Therowings will naturally forage and nest on the ground, often in reeds or desert grasses near beaches. If the creature is left to roam or was born wild, its features becomes more reptilian and can grow to three times the size of its domesticated cousins. What initially appears to be tail-feathers are in fact a reptilian frill, an indicator of the creature’s distant past and potential future.