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Rare, unreliable sightings from remote regions of the earth contribute to the legendary status of Alpezgau. Originally believed to be a cryptid, Alpezgau is historically known as the “mother of gods” in local religion and folklore. An Alpezgau appears in unmanageably large flocks of Alpentan and Alpenex. It is said that an Alpezgau will offer a tuft of its fur to those it believes are strong enough to stand alongside it and guard its flock. It is not known how its evolution takes place.
Today is the first day of Emerald City Comic Con! You can find us over at the TopatoCo table (1002) as well as signings in the B9 Kingdom block in Artist’s Alley!

Rare, unreliable sightings from remote regions of the earth contribute to the legendary status of Alpezgau. Originally believed to be a cryptid, Alpezgau is historically known as the “mother of gods” in local religion and folklore. An Alpezgau appears in unmanageably large flocks of Alpentan and Alpenex. It is said that an Alpezgau will offer a tuft of its fur to those it believes are strong enough to stand alongside it and guard its flock. It is not known how its evolution takes place.

Today is the first day of Emerald City Comic Con! You can find us over at the TopatoCo table (1002) as well as signings in the B9 Kingdom block in Artist’s Alley!

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Following its evolution from Alepenex, Alpentan begins shedding its coat, creating fur tumbleweeds that dot their mountainous habitat. In its evolved state, Alpentan becomes more aggressive, with genders separating into opposing packs. Their once brittle claws are now fortified, allowing them to climb vertically on sheer cliff-faces. This newfound climbing ability lets them find untouched mineral sources, which strengthen their ever-growing horns.

Following its evolution from Alepenex, Alpentan begins shedding its coat, creating fur tumbleweeds that dot their mountainous habitat. In its evolved state, Alpentan becomes more aggressive, with genders separating into opposing packs. Their once brittle claws are now fortified, allowing them to climb vertically on sheer cliff-faces. This newfound climbing ability lets them find untouched mineral sources, which strengthen their ever-growing horns.

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Alpenex thrive in barren, mountainous environments. Although they prefer to feed on grass, they are known to lick mountain rocks to extract vital minerals. These minerals allow their blood cells to retain larger amounts of water, allowing them to travel greater distances to forage for food. Alpenex never shed their wool. Once it grows long enough it mattes into a cocoon to protect their body during evolution. When domesticated they are routinely shorn, which prevents them from evolving.
This weekend we are at Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, WA! You will be able to find us at the TopatoCo table (1002) every day! Becky will also be regularly signing her art books at the B9 Kingdom block in Artist’s Alley (F16-F12).

Alpenex thrive in barren, mountainous environments. Although they prefer to feed on grass, they are known to lick mountain rocks to extract vital minerals. These minerals allow their blood cells to retain larger amounts of water, allowing them to travel greater distances to forage for food. Alpenex never shed their wool. Once it grows long enough it mattes into a cocoon to protect their body during evolution. When domesticated they are routinely shorn, which prevents them from evolving.

This weekend we are at Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, WA! You will be able to find us at the TopatoCo table (1002) every day! Becky will also be regularly signing her art books at the B9 Kingdom block in Artist’s Alley (F16-F12).

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Peskane, the evolution of Pesky, is limited in speed compared to its pre-evolution Pesky. This is made up for in strength, particularly in its retractable claws. Peskane also utilises its tail to quickly propel itself out of the water, allowing the creature to surprise and attack nearby enemies on land and in the air.
You may have noticed a lack of updates on Capture Creatures lately! We’ve been hard at work on preparing the print release of Tiny Kitten Teeth, the online comic we’ve been working on for over three years. We’ve also been making a number of comic convention appearances in Seattle, New York and Toronto (as well as another couple coming up in Vancouver and Chicago)!
Regular updates to Capture Creatures will resume in two weeks! Don’t worry, we will definitely be catching up, so you won’t miss out on any creatures in the long run!

Peskane, the evolution of Pesky, is limited in speed compared to its pre-evolution Pesky. This is made up for in strength, particularly in its retractable claws. Peskane also utilises its tail to quickly propel itself out of the water, allowing the creature to surprise and attack nearby enemies on land and in the air.

You may have noticed a lack of updates on Capture Creatures lately! We’ve been hard at work on preparing the print release of Tiny Kitten Teeth, the online comic we’ve been working on for over three years. We’ve also been making a number of comic convention appearances in Seattle, New York and Toronto (as well as another couple coming up in Vancouver and Chicago)!

Regular updates to Capture Creatures will resume in two weeks! Don’t worry, we will definitely be catching up, so you won’t miss out on any creatures in the long run!

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Cuttler [9 of 151]

Cuttler generally congregate in feudal packs. Utilising the shedded antlers of the creature Budu as a sword, they attempt combat with Cuttlers boasting larger swords. Upon defeating a Cuttler, smaller weapons are often eaten to absorb the owners power and larger weapons are taken as their own.