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Mad Bunnies

Since it is Easter, I wanted to share what one of the creatures are like in Fablelands:


The Mad Bunnies

I have drawn a quick sketch, please see below:






Ok, these are not your regular, cute bwaunies. They are adorable at first. You wouldn't want to pet them. They do bite. Their eyes glow red and they make a really strange vibrating sound when they are pissed off. I swear it almost sounds like they are laughing. They have white fur that shimmer in the moonlight.

They live at the bases of trees where they like to dig holes beneath. I believe they enjoy eating poison mushrooms. That would explain why they are a bit on the mad side. Their bites are known to be leathal because of the poison lingering in their mouths. If a person is infected by one of these suckers, the reaction of such a bite result with something kind of like rabies in your dimension.

So, that it's for today.

Btw...Happy Easter!

:)

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