A Saltroot Thicket race
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A soft rustling, twigs moving and a pair of curious eyes peering out from between the green leaves. Silt waderers know nature very well; after all, they are part of it themselves. Hidden among roots, fallen branches, or bushes, they never take their eyes off their living environment, always looking for exciting new things to observe from a safe distance. Sometimes they can be glimpsed out of the corner of your eye as they quickly leave their cover and scurry across the silt from one hiding place to another. However, if someone dares to harm nature, the little humanoids are ready to confront the offender.
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