Thrusk Species in Getherican | World Anvil
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Thrusks are originally from the Plains of Duncel and are one of the most valuable creatures in the world. Since a thrusk’s silk can be turned into clothing the beasts are all closely guarded and well taken care of. Looking much like an cows, Thrusks are commonly kept in pens and constantly fed hay and grain. The spinnerette, located near the stomach, forms the silk from and slowly secrets it as it is made. Baby thrushes eat their parents silk at a your age but stop doing so once they reach 20 months.

Basic Information

Growth Rate & Stages

0-5 months Baby 6-18 months Child 19-30 months Teen (able to produce silk) 31-240 month Adult (able to produce silk) 241- 300 months Old (able to produce silk) 301- 360 months Elder (unable to produce silk)

Ecology and Habitats

Open fields and lots of wheat is their optimal habitat

Additional Information

Average Intelligence


Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Nothing unusual except the ability to produce 1/2 inch wide strand of silk
Scientific Name
Bos taurus
30 years
Conservation Status
All are kept on farms
Average Height
Average Weight
Average Length
Average Physique
Muscled but lean
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Leather hide color can vary from brown to black
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Aug 18, 2019 01:01 by emma

where does the silk come from? do you boil their oxen chrysalises like silkworms? do they have spider spinnerettes? do they look like oxes but with spinnerettes? please mr. god i need to know

Sep 1, 2019 22:25

You requested, I replied (how to manufacture the silk is in the article "Thusk Silk")