Post date: Monday, April 21, 2014 - 11:00
Updated date: 4/21/14
Mimic Shiner, Notropis volucellus

 

In its natural form, the Mimic Shiner is a small, silvery fish very similar to all the other small, silvery fishes that live in large warmwater rivers. It also sometimes appears as a treasure chest, brimming with gold coins. Beware - when closely approached, the Mimic Shiner will attack the angler with its large, rubbery tentacles for 2D6+2 crushing damage.

 

 


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