"What do you mean you touched an elecca?.....YOU BLOODY IDIOT, YOU'RE LUCKY YOU AREN'T DEAD."
SparkedThe elecca lives in the forests of Kirchwal It has sharp claws on each of its three toes at the ends of its six limbs, making it excellent at climbing and defending itself. Its skin is taut displaying the shocks that run through it, as well as the powerful musculature. It also has long prehensile tail which helps it balance and hold its food while eating. While it doesn't have a particularly powerful sense of smell, its hearing is very acute and has the ability to process sounds while asleep to remain alert. Because of its hearing, the usually nocturnal elecca has been known to shift in the daylight if it senses something getting near to its resting place in the roots of a tree. An oddity of the elecca lies in it having electricity coursing through its body instead of blood, giving it the energy it needs to survive, however, because of this the elecca needs to be constantly active while awake. The elecca is one of only a few species that have been able to develop the ability to generate electricity internally, let alone have it be their lifeblood, but it is believed that the elecca's long tail helps it store and transfer power. Due to its unique anatomy, the elecca is sought after for better study.
ShockedThe elecca survives mainly on fruit from trees found deep in the forest, but it is also partial to insects and other small animals that live there. The elecca is very territorial, so regular patrols of its home is essential for survival. It will attack anything which enters its territory, including people if they wander too far into the woods at night. The elecca gives birth in late autumn to only one or two offspring. The cubs are born with a coating of fur, however they shed the fur and develop the ability to generate their own electricity within two or three weeks. Until they're able to generate their own electricity, they siphon it from their mothers by attaching themselves to her back, near her tail. They stay in their mother's territory for about six months before leaving forever, usually to find a mate and create their own home territory.
Approximately 1 to 2 feet
Approximately 2 to 3 feet