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Revisit: The Balandic Cula

I’ve been revisiting the fauna of the morae river recently and the species I’ve been altering lately is the balandic cula. Sketches are somewhat rare among my morae river work but I do have preliminary work for the balandic cula: In … Continue reading

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Gramova

Gramova (celo novacula) The Gramova is a small tuft of grass that grows throughout Orcura. It is virtually indestructible and can grow in almost any climate. This grass reproduces by spreading seedlings underground through its root system. This results in … Continue reading

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Fulmos

Fulmos (humus arduus) The Fulmos is a large fungus that grows high in the Balandic Mountains. It reproduces by releasing tiny spores, which attach themselves directly to the rocks. These fungi feed on rotting plant material and nutrients in the rich … Continue reading

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Snow Weed

Snow Weed (nivas herbas) A small weed that grows all along the Morae River, The Snow Weed is believed to be the ancestor of all the variations of weeds that grow along the banks of the Morae. In the spring, … Continue reading

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The Balandic Cula

One of the more notable mammalian creatures in the Balandic Mountain region is the Balandic Cula, a small scavenger that can be found scurrying around the slopes of the mountains and just above the tree line. The Balandic Cula is … Continue reading

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The Banded Terrinsc

Banded Terrinsc are the most peculiar of all the creatures that live in the Balandic mountain range. They are small amphibious burrowers that were isolated here before the mountains were formed, about 300,000 years ago. They are thought to have … Continue reading

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The Mountain Uru

The Mountain Uru is a large three-toed herbivore that lives along the slopes and ridges of the Balandic Mountains. They differ little in appearance when it comes to gender; however, males possess large antlers that are shed bi-yearly. Their fur … Continue reading

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The Balandic Mountains

Gateway to Solturna The Balandic Mountain range is the third largest in Orcura. They were formed by volcanoes 2000,000 years ago making them one of the youngest in the region. The highest point, Mount Gruich, stands 2.7 miles above sea … Continue reading

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