“These feathered dinosaurs once browsed Bota Magna’s low-lying vegetation. Now their range extends south into the former wastes. You can identify Effunderax from afar by their distinctive deep calls, which sound like something between a Boggarak’s hum and draining water. They produce these bellows in their hollow head crests. Reports from the north suggest some engineered specimens’ calls can damage structures and trigger mudslides… luckily Effunderax are not aggressive. Still, no one should chance an encounter with a herd’s worth of beaks and spines.” —Turaga Norik, Beasts of Spherus Magna
Here is my entry into DuckBricks’ Dinosaurs of Bota Magna contest!
The name Effunderax comes from Bionicle-ified Latin: effundere “drain, gush” + -ax (to sound like an Agori word)
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