Also known as Ding Maul, Plunkus
- Modern Day (culture)
- Forest Dweller (attribute)
- Neutral (behaviour)
- Fearsome Critters (common type)
One of the creatures told by the lumberjacks of the emerging America in the 19th and early 20th centuries. This creature was an enormous cat that sat upon a large flat rock sighted in California. The rock has been named the ‘Ding Maul Rock’. They have a wolf-like pelt and a sorrowful expression on their face. Their bodies are slimy and they have been seen sitting on a rock surveying the land below. They have a tail that is twice the lengths of their body. They use this tail to ward off flies and to produce silver to line their nests. The male beat their tails on their chests to attract a female in mating season.
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