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Temtem

Portrait
Number
Name
Types
Trait slot 1
Trait slot 2
HP
STA
SPD
ATK
DEF
SPATK
SPDEF
Total
Platypet
#007
Platypet
Water Toxic
Toxic Affinity
Amphibian
55
39
65
45
31
67
56
358
Platypet was popularised by a cartoon series, and ever since then it has been one of the most popular Temtem with kids. The series had an educative purpose - to teach children that Toxic Temtem are also valid and can be good friends.
Platox
#008
Platox
Water Toxic
Resistant
Resilient
62
44
74
50
35
76
63
404
Platox share common ancestors with Saipat, but the species diverged centuries ago - while Saipat developed opposable thumbs, Platox specialized in surviving polluted environments. Today they are the most successful feathered Temtem of Tucma.
Platimous
#009
Platimous
Water Toxic
Zen
Determined
73
49
82
56
39
93
70
462
Charles Temwin described them as "Platox, but more so". This is usually taken as classic Arburian understatement - Platimous were amongst the most succesful apex predators before large scale taming, and remain very effective fighters.
Swali
#010
Swali
Nature
Shared Pain
Mithridatism
44
65
35
50
40
55
60
349
When the harvest season is on, Omninesian fruit-pickers are always careful not to accidentally damage the delicate, chrysalis-like Swali. They grow on certain vines of the rainforest canopy, dropping to the jungle floor once mature and mobile.
Loali
#011
Loali
Nature Wind
Botanist
Toxic Farewell
55
80
80
60
50
70
90
485
Delicate and graceful creatures, Loali are all wings and eyes - and natural charmers. Their hypnotic eyes can completely dazzle their enemies and their constantly fluttering wings allow them to change course in an instant.
Tateru
#012
Tateru
Neutral
Soft Touch
Resilient
79
85
60
78
66
54
66
488
Despite their impressive height, Tateru are quite shy and not naturally aggressive. Thus they need proper training before battle. Wild Tateru are recognisable for their upright position and sensitive antennae, always alert.
Paharo
#016
Paharo
Wind
Hover
Friendship
48
18
60
40
40
50
50
306
Paharo tend to hide in treetops and lurk, their green "mask" allowing them to blend in with the foliage. Often the only way to locate them is to look for the telltale gleam of their eyes.
Paharac
#017
Paharac
Wind
Caffeinated
Camaraderie
60
30
70
50
55
60
60
385
Due to their bigger size and stronger physique, Paharac doesn’t actually need camouflage, but they still love to flaunt their turquoise facial feathers with great pride.
Granpah
#018
Granpah
Wind
Last Rush
Bully
69
36
78
55
61
72
66
437
The authoritative stare of a Granpah betrays the long time and many battles that it takes to achieve this evolutionary stage. They have earned their respect among younger Wind Temtem.
Bunbun
#021
Bunbun
Earth Crystal
Caffeinated
Resilient
72
40
69
50
36
64
43
374
These adorable creatures are probably a remnant from the times Tucma and Kisiwa were a single island. While their strong Earth DNA is clearly of Kisiwan origin, the crystalline contents in their paws betray a definite Tucmani influence. They are social and easy to tame.
Mudrid
#022
Mudrid
Earth Crystal
Receptive
Resistant
85
44
95
60
42
80
50
456
Bigger and more resilient than Bunbun, Mudrid are hardy Temtem, used to extreme weather conditions. Their extremely fine sense of hearing makes them very valuable scouting Temtem once tamed... but also harder to catch in the wild.
Hidody
#023
Hidody
Nature
Electric Synthesize
Botanist
49
70
39
42
39
62
55
356
This cutie is an adept climber, thanks to the little suckers located in each of its eight stubby legs. For the same reason, Omninesian children quickly learn to hide their cookies instead of putting them on the higher shelf...
Taifu
#024
Taifu
Nature
Toxic Farewell
Resilient
60
87
45
50
45
85
89
461
Brought up on a steady diet of stolen cookies, Hidody evolves into the more agile Taifu. They are naughty but cute creatures, naturally given to light-hearted mischief... but very serious opponents in battle.
Fomu
#025
Fomu
Water
Amphibian
Hydrologist
40
60
40
30
35
65
70
340
These Temtem are known for their capacity to generate vapor, like charming little steam engines. Since that means losing a lot of moisture, this species prefers to remain in the water and use steam jets for propulsion rather than its short legs.
Wiplump
#026
Wiplump
Water Wind
Plethoric
Patient
66
80
70
40
50
95
80
481
Wiplump takes Fomu's clever use of water vapor one step further - flying on steam wings, this species boasts increased range and speed, paired with a stronger attack thanks to its sturdier horn.
Skail
#027
Skail
Neutral
Furor
Scavenger
57
43
60
45
50
32
41
328
This species of Temtem is notoriously bad-tempered, and tamers need all their skills to handle them. Once tamed, these muscular creatures can deliver powerful tail blows in battle.
Skunch
#028
Skunch
Neutral Melee
Brawny
Bully
72
62
75
70
70
45
60
454
Unlike their lesser brethren, Skunch are capable of bipedalism and can even stand on their muscular tails. This evolution allows them to pummel enemies with their massive fists... but it's done nothing to ameliorate their aggressive mood.
Goty
#029
Goty
Neutral
Rested
Plethoric
51
48
31
55
48
58
37
328
Voted Best Temtem every year by Neutral enthusiasts. Goty is as effective as it is cute. This little crowd-pleaser is particularly popular among casual Kisiwan tamers.
Mouflank
#030
Mouflank
Neutral
Hurry-wart
Unnoticed
79
75
72
65
79
72
41
483
With their imposing horns, grazing Mouflank herds used to be serious natural hazards of the Kisiwan plains. The tribes soon learned how to tame them to avoid dangerous stampedes.
Rhoulder
#031
Rhoulder
Neutral Earth
Tardy Rush
Thick Skin
90
37
42
84
83
22
40
398
Once king of the Kisiwan savannah, this species boasts incredibly hard lamellar plates. Before the times of Chacha Turay, they were used in tribal warfare as armored cavalry.
Houchic
#032
Houchic
Mental
Mental Alliance
Soft Touch
38
44
66
40
41
72
52
353
Clever but somehow naive, the gentle Houchic are ideal as the first Mental Temtem for novice trainers. They are emphatic and intuitive, capable of understanding the subtleties of mentalism.
Tental
#033
Tental
Mental
Avenger
Water Affinity
41
51
76
42
50
81
62
403
Houchic eventually evolves into the more mature Tental - shrewder creatures, whose writhing tentacles serve as apt metaphors for their ever-twisting, sibylline minds.
Nagaise
#034
Nagaise
Mental Water
Deceit Aura
Water Custodian
47
52
81
49
55
92
76
452
Cipanki legends are full of sage Nagaise giving cryptic advice to folk heroes ? an early example of the traditional association of this species with wisdom, insight, and spirituality.
Orphyll
#035
Orphyll
Nature Toxic
Toxic Affinity
Apothecary
42
48
75
68
64
27
40
364
Probably a mutation from an ancient serpentine strand of Nature Temtem, Orphyll show remarkable adaptation to noxious conditions. They feature prominently in the art of ancient proto-Arburian cultures, who feared and revered them.
Nidrasil
#036
Nidrasil
Nature Toxic
Toxic Farewell
Tri-Apothecary
77
52
61
88
80
36
51
445
Long considered to be a legend, this species was scientifically verified just decades ago. Temtemologists are still debating how the nervous system of Nidrasil copes with three separate encephalic centers.
Banapi
#037
Banapi
Fire
Pyromaniac
Settling
42
40
70
50
50
40
41
333
Capricious and stubborn, these Temtem roam the side of the Anak volcano, grazing on burning coals instead of grass. Notably difficult to tame, they set the right expectations for prospective Fire Temtem tamers...
Capyre
#038
Capyre
Fire
Last Rush
Resilient
55
55
88
71
68
45
47
429
These temperamental creatures often appear in Myrislan folklore as tricksters, their unreliable nature embedded deeply in the culture. Highly territorial, they breed in Anak and make sure any visitors know just how unwelcome they are.
Lapinite
#039
Lapinite
Crystal
Scavenger
Electric Synthesize
58
31
46
44
63
55
56
353
Extremely common in Tucma, these little creatures are often the first Temtem of every young Quetzaleño. They are cheerful and resistant playmates for toddlers, and it is common practice to lightly file off the edges of their crystals to ensure safety.
Azuroc
#040
Azuroc
Crystal
Mirroring
Fainted Curse
64
34
50
58
69
60
62
397
This Temtem is a common sight in the Mines of Quetzal, where miners appreciate their skill when dislodging big chunks of ore and gemstones. Its correct and expert handling is a professional requisite for most of them.
Zenoreth
#041
Zenoreth
Crystal
Channeler
Wrecked Farewell
71
35
56
67
87
65
69
450
Any given night at the Jaguar Lounge, drunken miners whisper tall tales about great crystalline behemoths lurking in the darkest abyss under the city. This Temtem is probably the base of all those urban legends... probably.
Bigu
#044
Bigu
Nature
Warm-Blooded
Amphibian
55
68
20
65
38
41
42
329
If there's an easily underestimated Temtem, that's Bigu. Comically ill-tempered, many tamers have found to their cost that these gastropods compensate their slow pace with outstanding tenacity in battle.
Babawa
#045
Babawa
Nature Water
Mucous
Withdrawal
85
92
40
79
57
51
44
448
These Temtem are flamboyant creatures with a funky sense of humor and boundless love for pranks and practical jokes. Many a naughty kid has donned a Babawa costume to cause havoc in the Quetzal Carnival.
Kaku
#048
Kaku
Nature
Caffeinated
Mithridatism
69
48
35
35
60
60
50
357
Less known than its evolution, Kaku are delightful creatures, cute beyond description. They tend to keep their petals wrapped around the body for protection, although no sane person would ever want to hurt a Kaku.
Saku
#049
Saku
Nature Wind
Air Specialist
Botanist
82
60
40
40
62
66
70
420
Some say the first airship designs were inspired by this Temtem's ability to inflate air pockets within its body, allowing it to float and drift with the prevailing winds.
Valash
#050
Valash
Neutral Crystal
Scavenger
Determined
58
57
90
74
56
74
56
465
A fascinating offshoot, Valash is a rare case of bipedal hybrid, documented only recently. The care with which it keeps its forearm crystals sharpened betrays some sort of primitive sentience.
Barnshe
#053
Barnshe
Wind Mental
Neutrality
Air Specialist
50
51
65
60
40
75
79
420
Traditionally associated with the University of Arbury as its heraldic Temtem, this species has a deep, piercing stare. Although winged, it prefers to keep to the ground and use its mind as a weapon - a symbolism the academics are very fond of.
Gyalis
#054
Gyalis
Crystal Melee
Mirroring
Resistant
86
44
100
85
61
23
61
460
Gyalis have appeared in many horror movies. Sadly, this has resulted in a bad reputation as a "scary evil monster", not helped by its menacing appearance - but in the hands of a kind tamer, Gyalis can be every bit as tender and loving as the plushest of Pigepics.
Occlura
#055
Occlura
Crystal
Warm-Blooded
Scavenger
50
39
50
45
43
38
65
330
Despite its creepy appearance, Occlura are mineral-eaters that never pose any danger to humans. Their tame nature and their appetite for raw rock make them valuable assets for mining purposes, as the Tucmani know very well.
Myx
#056
Myx
Crystal Mental
Puppet Master
Rejuvenate
51
59
65
51
43
94
80
443
The oldest written records in Tucma indicate religious awe of Myx, considered to be embodiments of the "dark spirits". Some were considered to be celestial emissaries of Highabove, some evil messengers of Downbelow... but all were feared. With good reason.
Raiber
#057
Raiber
Fire
Camaraderie
Rested
57
35
42
40
61
59
38
332
Raiber is often given to novice tamers in Omninesian Dojos because it is relatively mild-mannered for a Fire Temtem. Easier to handle than the mightier varieties, it is nevertheless a loyal companion and decent fighter.
Raize
#058
Raize
Fire
Furor
Demoralize
66
46
40
46
74
69
43
384
Fierce and indomitable as the fire, Raize are difficult to tame but extremely valuable as fighting Temtem. Each has a characteristic birthmark on the snout, as unique as the movements of a single flame.
Raican
#059
Raican
Fire
Prideful
Motivator
77
49
60
77
77
51
50
441
As the Tucmani legend goes, in the beginning of time, Tucma and Kisiwa were one single fireplain where huge herds of Raican ran wild and free, flame and Temtem being one, until the Archipelago cooled and these noble creatures emigrated underground.
Pewki
#060
Pewki
Water
Hydrologist
Rested
70
32
33
42
45
31
10
263
Their flat shape allows Pewki to float right under the water surface, while they scout around using their huge, widely spaced eyes. Their iconic tall fins are often the only way to tell them apart from driftwood.
Piraniant
#061
Piraniant
Water
Patient
Energy Reserves
80
50
55
77
85
65
37
449
A native species of Deniz, this Temtem tends to drift with the Sillaro current, so as to conserve energy... but once brought into battle, his size makes him a powerful fighter.
Osuchi
#066
Osuchi
Earth
Caffeinated
Brawny
52
37
38
65
51
24
25
292
Shy and unassuming, Osuchi are generally considered benevolent, steadfast friends. Often confused with rock outcroppings by the untrained eye, they are at home in the Jino Gap.
Osukan
#067
Osukan
Earth Melee
Furor
Parrier
60
41
41
78
69
26
27
342
Osukan are the perfect embodiment of the endurance and grit of the best Temtem fighters. They are sturdy, obstinate creatures that love nothing better than to show their prowess in a hard, honest battle against a worthy rival.
Osukai
#068
Osukai
Earth Melee
Sensei
Body Stretch
71
48
58
93
85
31
33
419
Massive, four-armed Osukai are as hard as granite. They are credited with much of the boring heavy-lifting during the construction of the tunnels under the Kilima Range.
Saipat
#069
Saipat
Water Melee
Amphibian
Toxic Affinity
92
42
70
80
50
70
40
444
Nothing says 'amateur' like making fun of Saipat. Sure, they might look comical at first sight, but nobody who has faced a totally focused Saipat, sturdy coral sai in hand, takes them anything but seriously.
Pycko
#070
Pycko
Earth Fire
Furor
Tireless
49
52
39
55
40
44
41
320
Bubbly and cheerful, this Temtem is the protagonist of an animation series aimed at warning children of the dangers of fire. It has been a lifelong friend to many first-timer tamers.
Drakash
#071
Drakash
Earth Fire
Heat Discharge
Sentinel
64
60
79
57
45
83
72
460
Selective breeding for bipedalism meant this variety of Temtem is faster and more suited for human tasks than its predecessors. Often given as a New Year's gift between Kisiwans and Tucmani.
Crystle
#072
Crystle
Crystal
Amphibian
Rested
60
41
33
61
69
46
42
352
Native to Tucma, Crystle are akin to smaragdine turtles, but they are actually closer to minerals than to fauna. Cute but tough, they are an excellent introductory Crystal Temtem for rookie tamers.
Sherald
#073
Sherald
Crystal
Mirroring
Provident
68
45
43
69
78
51
48
402
Sherald are known to evolve from Crystle- in the wild, as a result of exposure to the harsh environmental conditions of Tucma. They extract nutrients from the chemical interactions of metamorphic rocks and volcanic ashes.
Tortenite
#074
Tortenite
Crystal Toxic
Confined
Efficient
74
52
52
45
76
89
60
448
Tortenite are lumbering creatures, often employed by Tucmani miners as work companions. In the wild, they are often spotted herding Sherald as pack leaders.
Hocus
#079
Hocus
Mental
Soft Touch
Mirroring
49
61
65
55
34
55
34
353
Arcane and blue-blooded, Hocus have been selectively bred for generations and kept as dynastic heirlooms of the House of Braeside. They are fine weapons, trained to be battle Temtem for the ancient aristocracy, a rare sight nowadays.
Pocus
#080
Pocus
Mental
Dreaded Alarm
Rejuvenate
60
73
78
61
36
77
38
423
Pocus was considered blue-blooded among the blue bloods, and was traditionally given only to the male heirs of the House of Braeside. When the lineage fell, they mostly went extinct... until recently.
Mushi
#084
Mushi
Toxic
Resistant
Resilient
48
33
68
48
36
48
29
310
Closely related to the non-sentient fungi of the Corrupted Badlands, Mushi are shy but territorial. Always mineral-hungry, wise tamers keep them well away from Crystal Temtem.
Mushook
#085
Mushook
Toxic Melee
Parrier
Tireless
67
45
81
81
80
49
41
444
Mushook are a hybrid variety, developed at the Quetzal Dojo by expert breeders. Strong and single-minded, some of the bigger specimens are occasionally employed by the Guards as static sentries at strategic points.
Magmis
#086
Magmis
Fire
Caffeinated
Thick Skin
52
51
37
55
42
45
35
317
Magmis' original habitat was in the lava rivers under the Anak caldera, but now they can be found all around the Archipelago, as foundry operators in Quetzal, heating systems in Arbury... And, of course, in Temtem battles.
Mastione
#087
Mastione
Fire
Bully
Pyromaniac
69
62
52
91
65
62
37
438
Mastione are fire-loving Temtem, at home in the fiercest of blazes. They can be found grazing in woods devoured by wildfire. The tamed varieties learn to rein in their destructive tendencies - but even then, trainers should exercise care.
Umishi
#088
Umishi
Water
Shared Pain
Caffeinated
51
76
80
21
34
63
45
370
The Umishi feature in many Denizan tales, usually saving drowning sailors and helping them get to shore. These so-called "sea-angels" are dependable friends, and the Riverine Fellowship recommends every member keep at least one in their squad
Ukama
#089
Ukama
Water
Hydrologist
Plethoric
68
90
100
34
51
76
54
473
Ukama, also known in Turquesa as "sea-sickles", are one of the fastest waterborne Temtem. They can easily outrun the sleekest sailboat, even swimming against the Sillaro current, so tamers have to use charm and guile to approach them.
Smazee
#092
Smazee
Melee
Fever Rush
Friendship
49
55
66
69
44
37
37
357
These little darlings have been bred for generations as playmates and babysitters for children - although capable fighters, Smazee are naturally cheerful and love playing and monkeying around.
Baboong
#093
Baboong
Melee
Brawny
Warm-Blooded
54
61
75
79
51
41
41
402
Baboong are evolved, street-fighting Temtem, very popular in Lochburg, where they are often employed by pub bouncers. Although naturally good-tempered, they are as fierce as their hot-headed tamers.
Seismunch
#094
Seismunch
Melee Earth
Self-Esteem
Earthbound
70
65
85
89
54
43
43
449
Seismunch are great apes, genetically close to humans and much more sophisticated than their lesser brethren. Highly imitative of human behavior, some are said to be nearing proto-human cognition.
Zizare
#095
Zizare
Earth
Rested
Electric Synthesize
60
75
30
70
90
40
45
410
One of the most remarkable inhabitants of the Kisiwan savanna, the powerful Zizare are the biggest creeping Temtem. Proud and territorial, they make for staunch friends.
Kuri
#100
Kuri
Earth
Camaraderie
Callosity
52
30
52
60
58
35
31
318
Another great example of adaptation to the environment, these little Temtem select and carve rocks to use as protection for their heads and snouts.
Kauren
#101
Kauren
Earth
Scavenger
Skull Helmet
81
39
65
81
74
52
51
443
Not to be confused with their previous evolutive stage, this species develops stone-hard horns and skull extensions. These are used for digging out roots, defense, and status-signaling within the herd.
Spriole
#102
Spriole
Nature
Camaraderie
Botanist
72
38
65
42
70
37
31
355
These little sprouts are a common sight along the Omninesian canopy, and the locals are always gentle with them. These little pups are playful and juvenile.
Deendre
#103
Deendre
Nature
Mithridatism
Settling
80
42
70
48
74
42
35
391
The young adult version of Spriole, Deendre are fascinating plant-animal hybrids that use their encephalic leaves to produce healing and nourishing components via photosynthesis.
Cerneaf
#104
Cerneaf
Nature
Callosity
Settling
91
44
79
60
88
43
46
451
Few Temtem are closer to flora than this species, a fascinating plant-animal hybrid that uses its encephalic leaves to produce healing and nourishing components via photosynthesis.
Toxolotl
#105
Toxolotl
Toxic
Power Nap
Toxic Farewell
59
40
47
50
64
65
37
362
Perhaps no other Temtem is as representative of Tucma as the colorful Toxolotl. Each strand in its mane is supposed to signify one of the original Tucmani tribes that first excavated and settled Quetzal after the Anak cataclysm.
Noxolotl
#106
Noxolotl
Toxic
Trance
Toxic Skin
72
49
61
61
78
85
45
451
Noxolotl are noble, dignified creatures. They are taken to exemplify the resilience and spirit of the Tucmani people, as "a beauty born of the foulest depths of Xolot, a light in the abyss", in the words of the poetess Itzia.
Blooze
#107
Blooze
Toxic
Toxic Skin
Bully
68
50
33
43
52
46
54
346
Blooze represent the opposite evolutionary path as compared to Toxolotl - blobby and bipedal, they are probably the oldest lifeform of Xolot, an atavic variety still largely unexplained by science.
Goolder
#108
Goolder
Toxic
Strong Liver
Punching Bag
120
70
10
64
56
68
56
444
Not many agree to classify Goolder as an "evolution", for many of its traits seem to be vestigial features of a more complex organism, devolved to a more primitive or atrophied state. Its lack of legs is usually cited as an example... but its haphazard appearance conceals great strength.
Zephyruff
#109
Zephyruff
Toxic Wind
Toxic Affinity
Air Specialist
55
34
68
43
47
50
51
348
Awkward fliers at best, Zephyruff rely on their speed and sharp claws to defend themselves. The sturdy, cloud-like tissue around the neck serves a double purpose, offering protection for the mother Temtem as well as a roosting point for Zephyruff chicks.
Volarend
#110
Volarend
Toxic Wind
Aerobic
Anaerobic
60
38
74
51
55
68
96
442
Volarend are impressive avians of great wingspan, strong enough to carry humans in flight. However, they are temperamental and picky mounts, and tamers are well-advised to treat them kindly, lest they are given a one-way ticket to the Downbelow...
Grumvel
#111
Grumvel
Earth
Energy Reserves
Settling
70
36
55
50
65
48
60
384
"Sulky as a Grumvel" is a common Uhurian idiom, usually addressed at comically malcontent little kids.
Grumper
#112
Grumper
Earth Electric
Inductor
Coward's Rest
75
41
50
56
75
81
67
445
Often the butt of Dojo jokes, Grumper are an evolutive mystery. While some Temtemologists claim they are just Grumvel with overdeveloped horns, some others claim it's a completely different genus.
Ganki
#113
Ganki
Electric Wind
Botanophobia
Cold-Natured
38
46
61
57
38
62
73
375
Many Cipanki legends mention the kind but powerful Ganki as mountain spirits, mythologically related to lightning and whirlwinds. Although they are no longer revered as kami, the Cipanki still appreciate and breed them.
Gazuma
#114
Gazuma
Electric Wind
Receptive
Fast Charge
46
53
67
68
43
81
91
449
Many Cipanku legends mention the kind but powerful Ganki as mountain spirits, mythologically related to lightning and whirlwinds. Although they are no longer revered as kami, the Cipanki still appreciate and breed them.
Oceara
#115
Oceara
Water
Hydrologist
Mithridatism
64
42
100
54
51
110
65
486
Very rarely seen in Deniz, Oceara are believed to be the basis for the legendary "serbatiyo" of the Sea-Queen legend. Their possession is a mark of distinction and prestige among Water Temtem experts.
Droply
#117
Droply
Water Earth
Water Affinity
Amphibian
60
60
25
65
60
39
54
363
Although not particularly popular among tamers, Droply is used by many scholars as a prime example of an early Archipelagian amphibian, a crucial link in the evolution of earthborne Temtem.
Garyo
#118
Garyo
Water Earth
Autotomy
Marathonist
74
65
38
78
68
56
66
445
Semiaquatic and very gregarious, they are often found along the shores of Lake Moyo, where local farmers train them to harvest seaweed and warn away any boats with their sonorous hisses.
Shuine
#122
Shuine
Crystal Water
Immunity
Guardian
43
90
81
67
49
72
60
462
Colorful Shuine are a sight to behold, their bright scales reflecting Pansunlight as they frolic in the Kakama Cenote. They feed off the acidic components of Xolotic water, acting as natural filters and keeping cenote waters clean and fit for human consumption almost as effectively as the layers of volcanic rock.
Nessla
#123
Nessla
Water Electric
Electric Synthesize
Hydrologist
45
58
66
76
50
70
72
437
Water and electricity are always a dangerous mix - and it's never as true as in the case of Nessla. These undulating, majestic creatures are at home in open waters, where their powerful electric discharges are most effective.
Kalazu
#127
Kalazu
Water
Mithridatism
Hydrologist
63
24
28
54
70
38
44
321
Kalazu show remarkable fine motor skills with each of their tentacles. "Send Kalazu!" is a common expression of woe in Deniz. When you face a hard task, you might need a hand - when you need eight hands... well, you're in trouble.
Kalabyss
#128
Kalabyss
Water Toxic
Botanophobia
Loneliness
82
37
37
75
100
65
55
451
How did Sillarian octopoda come in contact with mutagenic material is a matter of debate, but Kalabyss stand as an example of extreme adaption to the harshest environments - they have been known to survive a swim in Xolot Reservoir.
Adoroboros
#129
Adoroboros
Toxic Mental
Synergy Master
Toxic Skin
65
66
60
29
42
70
110
442
Few Temtem are as deceptive as Adoroboros - an unusal mix of cute and deadly, combining the most sophisticated Mental tricks with the basest Toxic traits. They are a fine example of the incredible natural diversity of the Archipelago.
Tuwai
#130
Tuwai
Wind
Spoilsport
Resilient
54
47
58
62
45
60
47
373
Professor Konstantinos described Tuwai as “taxonomically Wind, but also the only Denizan Temtem with meta-mimetic properties.” He theorized about the possibility of Tuwai changing dramatically “if the relevant Place of Power” could be found.
Tukai
#131
Tukai
Wind Water
Spreader
Hydrologist
75
68
65
53
49
74
78
462
It is unclear whether Professor Konstantinos ever discovered this evolution, with its flaming aquamarine wings ? a true feat of meta-mimetic evolution, unseen elsewhere in the whole Archipelago.
Tuvine
#133
Tuvine
Wind Crystal
Receptive
Determined
57
47
65
65
111
56
47
448
Just how a Crystal Temtem manages to fly effectively is still a mystery to most Temtemologists. Some theorize its flight is aided by magnetic repulsion generated by mineral organs... but most tamers just enjoy their emerald majesty without asking too many questions.
Turoc
#134
Turoc
Wind Earth
Escapist
Tactical Strike
101
48
60
75
68
47
45
444
Turoc is, in the words of Linnaea, "a meeting of opposites ? a flying rock, stone on wings ? an impossibility, and yet, a reality (...) further proof of the marvelous diversity of Temtem lifeforms."
Kinu
#137
Kinu
Nature Mental
Protector
Benefactor
43
64
74
53
41
69
89
433
The elusive Kinu are some of the rarest Nature Temtem in the Myrisles - to the point that some tamers think them a mere legend. When they do show up, Omninesians treat them with the respect reserved for the guardian spirits of the Banyan.
Vulvir
#138
Vulvir
Fire Earth
Camaraderie
Caffeinated
59
54
57
47
64
47
31
359
Some academics speculate that this is the last remnant of a long-lost "Draconic" variety of Temtem. In practice terms, most tamers classify them as Fire-Earth, which is an accurate designator for these mighty but shy creatures.
Vulor
#139
Vulor
Fire Earth
Pyromaniac
Individualist
65
59
63
49
71
49
32
388
"Although they hide their faces in hollow rocks like their lesser brethren, these Temtem have very little to fear from their environment. Tough as stone and destructive as fire, they are a force to be reckoned with.
Vulcrane
#140
Vulcrane
Fire Earth
Receptive
Vigorous
76
65
73
74
86
64
35
473
Vulcrane are sometimes described as "Anak on two legs". If a variety of draconic-looking Temtem ever existed, they couldn't have been much fiercer than this advanced, flaming beast.
Pigepic
#141
Pigepic
Wind
Friendship
Fainted Curse
54
72
58
60
72
45
72
433
The absolute favourites of toddlers all around the Archipelago, Pigepic are fluffy, soft and absolutely adorable. Voluminous and cumbersome, they normally float low over the ground, making them ideal playmates for small children.
Akranox
#142
Akranox
Earth Toxic
Book Lungs
Cobweb
61
52
71
71
64
71
64
454
Well-armed with a mighty stinger and protected by rugged rock-like armor, Akranox can afford to have flashy colored pincers and a cocky attitude, making them a favorite of Archipelagian teens.
Vulffy
#144
Vulffy
Earth Nature
Burglar
Team Elusive
54
70
60
39
55
76
85
439
Extremely perceptive and aware, this species flourishes (in all senses of the word) in the great expanses of wild land ? although they are inquisitive by nature, and never shy away from human contact.
Anahir
#161
Anahir
Crystal Fire
Trauma
Flawed Crystal
54
36
31
50
101
50
101
423
This tortured creature is the result of Dr. Hamijo's attempts at creating a new "Diamond" variety. By picking the sturdiest variety of Crystal Temtem and submitting it to the harshest Fire environment of Anak, he has achieved something unique... and uniquely cruel.