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Danger Level: Low
Likes: Going thought small spaces, Scaring people, Shiny things
Dislikes: Empty spaces, Stern people,
Attack Method: Vivqs will hop around their target quickly to confuse it. They will then jump on their target, grab onto their face, and try to blind them before hopping off.
Vivqs are long creatures with smooth skin. They usually have very flexible spines on their backs and a long tail that ends with something that resembles a ball on a string. They have two eyes with thin pupils. They have what looks to be a horn on the top of their head, and two frills on the side.
The horn is not actually a horn, and is as flexible as the rest of its body. They are usually shades of cool colors, but warm colored vivqs can be found semi-frequently. Baby vivqs are much shorter and less flexible, but as they grow older those traits start to appear. Vivqs who never develop these traits are called stifqs.
The vivq's are very mischievous, and love to trick others. They will torment their owners by misplacing their belongings or popping up unexpectedly. Vivqs, when presented with a simple puzzle, will solve it with ease. Vivqs can also be taught many tricks, which makes them great for circus performances.
The ball at the end of the vivq's tail is used to attract prey, and even mates. The vivq will shake their tail, in which the prey will come near. The vivq will then quickly turn its body around and grab their prey. Vivqs mate for life, but other than that they do not interact much with their kind.
Stifq: Vivqs that never became long and flexible. They do not live as long as vivqs, and are seen to be very sickly and malnourished. Stifqs are usually tormented by vivqs, and the torment can sometimes lead to the vivq killing the stifq.
• Vivq's call sounds like a scream of agony.
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