Eeps are lightly sticky, thick furred puffballs with massive compound eyes. They float on gentle breezes and attach themselves to any moving thing they can find in order to travel to the next garden to eat. They’re considered nuisances in the wild, but beloved pets when domesticated. Rumor has it that Eeps were named for the noise you make when you discover that one has attached itself to you and has been hitching a ride for who knows how long. Eeps are typically fist sized when fully grown, but as hatchlings they can be as small as a pea. Eeps do not have legs and instead move by using flexible, urchin-like tube feet. Most Eeps are white, but their coats take natural dyes excellently and without health concerns, so in domestic settings they frequently feature vibrantly colored fur. Show your character encountering an Eep. Your piece must include your character and an Eep.
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