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|Appearance||Looks like a cross between a goose and a fish.|
The Aloés is a creature with origins in the mythology, legend and folklore of Medieval Europe.
The Aloes is similar to a goose, but has fins instead of wings and feet. The top of its skull is tipped with a pear-shaped crest.
Aloes are commonly found swimming alongside boats along with other fish, and they presumably act similar in behavior to modern geese.
The Aloes can breathe underwater, and is a good swimmer.
This creature may likely have similar weaknesses to a normal goose.