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Owpul possesses considerable girth for a flying creature, but balances it with a mostly hollow torso. The large surface area of its body coupled with its light-weight frame considerably aids its flying ability. The three seed-shaped markings on the creature’s chest are dormant eggs, which can drop off at any time. When this occurs Owpul will immediately land and nest, regardless of the surroundings. These seeds never grow back, so the creature can only produce a maximum of three young in its lifetime. Owpul can remain still for weeks at a time, which is particularly useful when nesting.

Owpul possesses considerable girth for a flying creature, but balances it with a mostly hollow torso. The large surface area of its body coupled with its light-weight frame considerably aids its flying ability. The three seed-shaped markings on the creature’s chest are dormant eggs, which can drop off at any time. When this occurs Owpul will immediately land and nest, regardless of the surroundings. These seeds never grow back, so the creature can only produce a maximum of three young in its lifetime. Owpul can remain still for weeks at a time, which is particularly useful when nesting.

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Squrious are born in tree-top nests. They begin their lives as eggs, half of their shells rich in calcium and near indestructible, the other half soft. The soft side is where the creature will eventually emerge from its shell, the indestructible half will remain as part of the creature forever. In the winter they dig under their birth tree to keep warm within the protection of its roots.

Squrious are born in tree-top nests. They begin their lives as eggs, half of their shells rich in calcium and near indestructible, the other half soft. The soft side is where the creature will eventually emerge from its shell, the indestructible half will remain as part of the creature forever. In the winter they dig under their birth tree to keep warm within the protection of its roots.

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The adult form of Pinkgolin, Pinegolin is known for its wooden hide that deters most, if not all, predators. Their camouflage and armour is also the crux of their species’ socialisation, as it resembles the food that they primarily feed upon. Naturally attracted to their food source, this introduces the creatures to one another. As they continue to age they form huge packs that can monopolise entire forests.

The adult form of Pinkgolin, Pinegolin is known for its wooden hide that deters most, if not all, predators. Their camouflage and armour is also the crux of their species’ socialisation, as it resembles the food that they primarily feed upon. Naturally attracted to their food source, this introduces the creatures to one another. As they continue to age they form huge packs that can monopolise entire forests.

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Craus is a rare land-dwelling creature, covered in grass that camouflages its thorax. Born on sand, the creatures wander away from the ocean to make its home in fields. The iconic dwellings that appear on their back are the products of the most ingenious Puug, whom choose Craus as a home due to its warmth. These dwellings, and the creatures who live within, also serve to protect Craus in battle.

Craus is a rare land-dwelling creature, covered in grass that camouflages its thorax. Born on sand, the creatures wander away from the ocean to make its home in fields. The iconic dwellings that appear on their back are the products of the most ingenious Puug, whom choose Craus as a home due to its warmth. These dwellings, and the creatures who live within, also serve to protect Craus in battle.

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Earthkin is the infant form of Earthine. Earthkin are not often sighted as they find shelter under their giant Earthine parents. Born during Earthine’s underground hibernation period, the creature matures in the earth, grazing on the grass that drapes down from its parents thick, grassy coats. When they finally emerge, its parents are fiercely protective. Wise farmers dare not approach the creature until maturation.

Earthkin is the infant form of Earthine. Earthkin are not often sighted as they find shelter under their giant Earthine parents. Born during Earthine’s underground hibernation period, the creature matures in the earth, grazing on the grass that drapes down from its parents thick, grassy coats. When they finally emerge, its parents are fiercely protective. Wise farmers dare not approach the creature until maturation.

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Pinkgolin’s primary strength is its bark-like shell on its back. The creature can thoroughly flatten its body against a tree, entrenching itself  with its claws. Its attacks often involve it landing on an opposing creature, bark-side down, from great heights. Pinkgolin feeds on ripe pinecones once they fall to the forest floor, which causes its bark to harden and darken, gradually covering the rest of its otherwise vulnerable body. If removed from its natural habitat, it rarely evolves.
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Pinkgolin’s primary strength is its bark-like shell on its back. The creature can thoroughly flatten its body against a tree, entrenching itself  with its claws. Its attacks often involve it landing on an opposing creature, bark-side down, from great heights. Pinkgolin feeds on ripe pinecones once they fall to the forest floor, which causes its bark to harden and darken, gradually covering the rest of its otherwise vulnerable body. If removed from its natural habitat, it rarely evolves.

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Ramdelion does not glide or fly, they merely falls gracefully from great heights. In the wild, Ramdelion graze on grasses atop mountains. Although it takes the creature an inordinate amount of time to climb up these heights, it descends by safely falling at a rate similar to that of a brisk jog. Ramdelion are often kept as domestic farm animals, as the seeds that drop from its coat grow whatever crops the animal has mostly recently been in contact with.

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Ramdelion does not glide or fly, they merely falls gracefully from great heights. In the wild, Ramdelion graze on grasses atop mountains. Although it takes the creature an inordinate amount of time to climb up these heights, it descends by safely falling at a rate similar to that of a brisk jog. Ramdelion are often kept as domestic farm animals, as the seeds that drop from its coat grow whatever crops the animal has mostly recently been in contact with.

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Momophyl’s mass is primarily stored in its head, leaving the rest of its body feather thin. Gliding upon the current of the wind, the creature can effortlessly cover long distances, even while sleeping. Momophyl’s tails are based upon the predominant leaves in their birthplace.

Momophyl’s mass is primarily stored in its head, leaving the rest of its body feather thin. Gliding upon the current of the wind, the creature can effortlessly cover long distances, even while sleeping. Momophyl’s tails are based upon the predominant leaves in their birthplace.

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Young Vinopossum begin their lives camouflaged under the leaves that sprout from their parents’ tails. When they are too large to be concealed by the leaves, but not old enough to fend for themselves, they find a new home in their parents’ thick fur. When vulnerable, Vinopossum encapsulate themselves in their tail for protection.

Young Vinopossum begin their lives camouflaged under the leaves that sprout from their parents’ tails. When they are too large to be concealed by the leaves, but not old enough to fend for themselves, they find a new home in their parents’ thick fur. When vulnerable, Vinopossum encapsulate themselves in their tail for protection.

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Tuskseed evolves into Squashog following a particularly robust hibernation period. If the creature burrows into fertile dirt and remains there long enough, it absorbs nutrients that become the basis for its rugged,  protective shell. It’s flowery ears and leafy nose are the most vulnerable part of this otherwise near indestructible beast.
We are back! After a bunch of freelance work, we are finally back on Capture Creatures! This week we are going to be at San Diego Comic Con at Booth #1232 (Monster Milk Co-Op) in the Webcomics Pavilion! We will be performing a live comics reading and will have a variety of San Diego exclusives available. For the full details on our schedule, check it out here!

Tuskseed evolves into Squashog following a particularly robust hibernation period. If the creature burrows into fertile dirt and remains there long enough, it absorbs nutrients that become the basis for its rugged,  protective shell. It’s flowery ears and leafy nose are the most vulnerable part of this otherwise near indestructible beast.

We are back! After a bunch of freelance work, we are finally back on Capture Creatures! This week we are going to be at San Diego Comic Con at Booth #1232 (Monster Milk Co-Op) in the Webcomics Pavilion! We will be performing a live comics reading and will have a variety of San Diego exclusives available. For the full details on our schedule, check it out here!