I will be thinking on selling these as prints. I hope you all like this piece. maybe i can have these prints fund my creature book in the near future. imagine a whole catalog of all the creatures and their bio in within a long lost dead adventure's journal or within some ancient book.
Would there be people willing to buy prints like these?
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This monster feeds on the death and decay from its surroundings. This entity is the mixture of rotting and decay fused with a liquid form of rot. Areas that are shown with decaying and or dead wildlife, rotting plants and buildings are a sure indicator of what is lying below the earth. The creature does not rip apart its victims nor anything that is alive, it uses its claws to scratch the surface to spread its infectious decaying rot. Its infectious rot in any form it has can rapidly destroy organic matter within a few hours. Building materials and furniture within the home and the home itself can be rotted away in less then a month. Living beings if caught in its area of contagious matter will fall ill and feel themselves rot away. This entity knows... Anything that is protected with a coat of paint like wood or any furniture covered in protected layers that prevent its decay will be purposely scratched with its claws. Any cracks in foundations is a red flag making it easy for it to use its liquid rot to destroy and infiltrate homes.
This creature cannot die by normal means nor can it move easily. To kill this disgusting decay of a monster, one would need to destroy it at the source making it hard to kill due to its infectious nature. The Source lies below the ground. A concoction of mold and mildew is fused within its source. This creature is limited from within its decaying realm; Land already in its process of rot. Its zone of control can expand by infecting the neighboring land adding to its territory. Its territory expansion is based on the current area of organic matter within its feeding.
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