Blisterfroth Frog Species in Ethnis | World Anvil

Blisterfroth Frog

Blisterfroth Frogs are the byproduct of a Fontaine Corp lab breach in the backwoods of Ruhrport. The secrete a dangerous, neurotoxic foam from pores in their flesh.

Initially designed to be released into the wild and produce bubbles to increase the humidity of artifical forests, these frogs quickly became a problem when an incomplete mating population — all without their poison glands removed — escaped into the wild. The lab had to be abandoned and the region quarantined, as frequent winds mixed with roaming bergs of poison foam to become a letal issue.

Despite their names, Blisterfroth frogs more closely resemble nudibranches.

Geographic Distribution


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