LANEi - Demon Duck of Doom
Common name: Demon Duck of Doom
Taxonomy: Dromornis planei
Level: OMNI | Form: DEFEND
Status: EXTINCT | BiOME: RIVER
Overcomes: Flood | Drought
Using his powerful legs, LANEi was likely quicker than his weight would have suggested, using Speed to escape the jaws of large predators!
LANEi did not have teeth she could use to grind down her food, but in her stomach was something special: a gastrolith - or gizzard stone - which made her Stomachstone power possible! This helped to break down food into digestible pieces.
LANEi automatically loses a Clash to STONi.
LANEi automatically loses a Clash to POROSUS.
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