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Jabberwock
Jabberwock Jabberwocky
"Beware the Jabberwock, my son..."
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Alternate Names/Spellings {{{Alternate Names/Spellings}}}
Origins English novel
Alignment Chaotic Evil
Element
Species Dragon
Appearance Manxome, burbling dragon


Origins

The jabberwock comes from the poem "The Jabberwocky," written by Lewis Carroll in his novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.

Appearance

The Jabberwock is a dragonlike creature. It has bulging, flaming eyes, bat wings, and a long tail. Its claws are long and hairy. Oddly enough for a carnivore, it has buck teeth. The Jabberwock has antennae and feelers around its mouth. It also has a remarkable sense of fashion, sporting a waistcoat.

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Behavior

Abilities

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Weaknesses

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