Blood Coats

A Bloodcoat

Bloodcoats are small, bipedal, arboreal, and fairly harmless insectivore mammals. The name "Bloodcoat" is taken from the colour of their fur.

Anatomy Edit

Bloodcoats are small and bipedal. They have dense and shiny crimson fur. Much like flying squirrels, their skin is saggy like an oversized coat, and by extending its arms, legs and tail the skin stretches into wings that allow it to fly with quick flapping movements. It also has very dexterous hands, each with five naturally sticky fingertips, like those of a gecko, which help it to climb trees and grasp prey.

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