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“Well, I saw a cute little fella, and it looked like it was hurt, so I go over, and WHAM! Next thing I know I'm missing a finger.” — A survivor of a duckmingo attack

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  • Strength-5
  • Intelligence-1
  • Charisma-4
  • Endurance-4
  • Agility-6
  • Luck-2

Danger Level: Medium
Likes: Shallow water, Being in a group
Dislikes: Loud sudden noises, Being alone

Attack Method: When in a fight, they will bite and they will also kick with their sharp talons.

Environment: Marsh lands, Ponds
Lifespan: 25 years
Size: 4 ft tall
Diet: Plants, Meat, Insects

Bodytype: Horizontal Pose
Type: Avian
Rarity: Common

Original Creator: Red Jasper

Physical Description

Duckmingi often have long skinny legs, with sharp talons at the end. They have a plump body,long skinny neck and small, flightless wings. The feathers are shades of pink or red. Their most interesting feature is how different their head is compared to their body. Their heads are billed with small but razor sharp teeth and have iridescent feathers in various shades of dark green. Their eyes are on the side of their heads.


Duckmingi group together wherever there is shallow water on marshy planets. Whenever a duckmingo gets separated from its group, it will make a cry that will attract other duckmingi, and predators. When threatened, they will act hurt, making the predator believe it is an easy target. When close, it will bite the neck of the predator or kick its chest. Normally this either makes the predator run away, or kills it providing the duckmingo with food until the other duckmingi find it. They are very charismatic compared to most fauna.


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Voice of Beauty: When ever this fauna sings, it will attract other fauna in a small radius.


• While they look harmless, they have mauled more people than some more dangerous fauna. However they usually don't kill anyone they attack.

• It is rumored that duckmingi were a failed experiment of some scientist, but this has yet to be proven.

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