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Dudusuth by SYRSA Dudusuth by SYRSA
Dudusuth, the biggest and most feared monster of Terrahypt.

It's a raging hunter, as tall as a mountain.
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:iconnattybow:
HAHAHA

FUCK THAT THING.

*flees*
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:iconidragonwishi:
Slow Moving Black Thing! :D
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:icongamejunkie7:
Even more feared than Ruchulus or Targnil? I know they're not monsters in the literal sense but you've portrayed them enough to be labeled as monsters in the metaphorical sense.
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:icone200paragon:
Is it organic, made of flesh and blood?
Is is synthetic, made of metal and rock (as an example)?
Or is it incomprehensive, like a living shadow?
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Mikkillerib May 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i think it has some kind of chitin shell, covering its flesh as protection.
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:icone200paragon:
If I recall correctly, this creature lives in an area where natural breathing is lethal due to the organisms in the clouds so this creature can't be alive in a sense, but it's not an insect* since bugs can breathe as well.
I can see teeth, which means it has a mouth, but unless Syrsa provides more information than simply on its appearance, the details are anyone's guess.



(*Most insects have chitin shells)
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Mikkillerib May 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
maybe it got some kind of internal, organic oxygen system functioning like trees.
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:icone200paragon:
A carnivorous tree?
How original. [link]

But regardless, like I said, unless Syrsa is willing to provide nail-hitting information, which I doubt he will, we'll never know.
One thing I DO know is that he becomes extremely explanatory when he's pissed off.

Don't believe me? [link]
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Mikkillerib May 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
not exactly a carnivorous tree. i just meant that it had something that worked just like trees in its body, that, when absorbing what we breathe out and then converting into oxygen, meaning that it has a oxygen factory in its body
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:icone200paragon:
Touché.

Nevertheless, he's an artist and I'm a writer, so naturally I'm going to critique everything I see.
Unfortunately, this may perceive itself as a form of rivalry between the two of us.

As I said, he's an artist and I'm a writer.
I smell competition brewing with a cream of vengeance and a buttered bagel of humiliation on the side.
(Damn it, now I'm hungry)
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