Thursday, February 17, 2011


Whipipeds are small bipedal creatures, so named for the whip-like tentacle which grows from their heads. They come in many different breeds adapted to a multitude of environments. The tentacle is a prehensile appendage which serves as a grasping tool while feeding as well as in a defensive capacity. Whipipeds have no visible eyes, but navigate using the whip-appendage to "read" vibrations and air currents around them.

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