keda (Creatures)

Since this section is still relatively small it will just be organized on a single page.


The tustadusk looks very similar to the head of a dandelion that has gone to its white puffy seed state: several small filamets eminating in all directions from a central region, white coloured, and appearing soft to touch. It is however quite a big larger, ranging from a few cm in diameter to the largest ones up to one half meter in diameter.

This creature floats in the air during the day, as it is very light and the movement of the filaments provide just enough force to keep it floating. The movement of the filaments produces a slight humming sound. When the creature is sleeping it slowly falls to the ground. Generally the tustadusk floats as high as it can, goes to sleep, and when it touches the ground wakes up and repeats the cycle.


These rocks are actually a giant collection of pathways that have a large amount of electronic activity -- similiar to chip circuitry. The basic activity of the kuskedist is to continue to build on itself in the rocks around it, as such it has no definitive body, but moreso exists as part of the rock itself.

The question of whether anything other than construction is being processed by the kuskedist is uncertain.


loskeda as basically independent creatures with the same properites of the edA los. That is, they are long and slender and have very fine control over their shape and are able to change colours at will. They range in length from just a few cm to just under a meter long.


A plant-like keda that exists on the wastelands. It appears as a small tower of thick leaves, similiar to a jade hobbit, resting on top of large palm-leaf like base. There is a small crystal jutting out of the top of the plant.

The bostil is a predator and it uses the crystal to attract other keda to it. When desired prey is inspecting the crystal, the bostil throws up a wire-like filament to the other creature. When this filament touches the other creature the bostil sends an electrical charge through the crystal and the completed circuit electricutes the prey, causing it to fall into the leaves of the bostil for consumption.


The poladowlik has an outer translucent skin in the shape of a sphere. Inside there are six fleshy legs that extend from the core to the surface in a regular well spaced fashion. Each of these legs pulsates and changes shapes which allows the keda to roll across the ground.