number
39,691
class
primitive
disposition
choleric
alignment
height
3 ft, 5 in
length
4 ft
weight
78 lbs
size variance
45%
I.Q.
430
core temp.
120°F
stability
49%
longevity
306-337 years
vision type
near
language family
inarticulate
epoch
aidiacene
quality
pure
imperial / metric
prefix mukari suffix dromi
grist gri xxn
physical appearance

The mukaridromi (/muˈkæɹədɹəʊmi/) .. .... .. . .... .. ........ ... .. . ... .... ... ....... ... ... .. .. .... ........ .... ........ ... .. ........ ......... ..... ...

The mukaridromi's odor retains a muddy, earthy .. ....

It speaks through an inorganic squeal.

environment and generation

... ... ... . .. .. in areas that are not quite wooded, but cannot be said to be ... .. developed in the same way. ... ... . .. wooden outbuildings, troughs, mud, leafless trees1, .... ... . ....

1.
"The closest thing we had to woods...but we would have wandered between the streetlights if we thought we could get away with it." †Dronesson, Miirii

... ... ..... .. its head emerging from the ground before its body.

behaviour and effects

..... .. .... ... ...... ........ . .. . .... ..... .. ........ .... ... ......... .. ..... . . ... .... ....... .. ....... ... ....... .... ......... .... ... ............ ...... ... .... ....... .... .... ..... ......... .. .. scratching at its own skin ... .. many idle moments ... .. "simple-minded" in how it presents itself.

.... ... . ... .... ... a loud squealing ... ... .. ... ........... ..... .. ........ ... ..... .... .. . ... ..... ..... .. .. .. .. ... . .. . ......... ... ...... .. . .. silenced only by silence, and comforted by .. .. .... the presence of machines. It sits beside them, placing its body as close as it can, and ... ... .... ...... .. .... burying itself in the mud, and coating any nearby machine with ... ....... ... . this same mud, it prefers to make its body and environment befouled in this way2.

2.
"We all want...at our core, we all want our environment to reflect what we see on the inside, what we feel on the inside. Who we are...and so the world around us, what you're really seeing is a conflict of ego." †Blauzenberg, Auguste

The mukaridromi becomes defensive of the object(s) to which it attaches itself. .... .. .. ..... .. ... ..... .. . . ... but, mukaridromi fight only when they physically touch, allowing multiple individuals3 to "attach" themselves to the same objects with only occasional aggression.

3.
"Sleeping in rows, like bodies in their graves." †unknown
interactions with sensitives

The mukaridromi grows defensive towards sensitives only when a sensitive moves towards the object to which it is attached. .... ... .. ...... .... ...... .... ... ...

... ... ........ ... but, if a sensitive remains at the perimeter of this small territory, the mukaridromi .. .. will eventually raise its head and ... .. the sensitive will find themselves able to recall the now-memorized schematics of the machine(s) that the mukaridromi guards4.

4.
"No one had built a thing like this in a hundred years. Well, I was going to be the first, right? Yeah...the first in a while." †Gurney, Geré
aging and death

... ... .... ......... ........... ... ... ......... .... ....... ......... ............ ..... ....5

5.
"...and they became creatures of the wood once more." †unknown
leave

"Through the trees, mottled by the shadows, the leaves cast the outlines of countries on their back. And so I caught glimpse of these united nations...carrying on, the way animals are prone to do."