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Here is another beast for you - Jesse Hyttinen

Updated: Apr 21, 2021

Hi and welcome to the Matladpi blog! In this post I will tell you about another creature that inhabits the world of treespeak.

In the depths of the ocean, there is lurking a beast that is so fast your eyes barely can see it. Strong in groups of two or more, it dazes you with its incredible speed, and attacks relentlessly from literally any direction you can imagine.

This creature is called qvik, a mutated small-sized shark that has spikes everywhere in its body, making attacking it quite hard as you should avoid the spikes. Should any spike cut you, the blood getting into the water would quickly entice even more qviks to come into your location, making the battle quite uncomfortable for you.

There is another rare type of qvik in addition to the quite common one, and this rare qvik has poison in its spikes. As a common qvik is spotted as a blue colored beast, the rare qvik is a bright red colored one, thus making a warning to the big beasts that one should not try to eat this creature. The poison in the rare qvik's spikes can be used as an ingredient to a tonic that increases one's harmony, making the rare qvik a very valuable creature to hunt for.

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