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Bogyn's Nastiness Rating: 42 (Horrifically Nasty)


The Ziggurabbit was one of the more fearsome creatures of ancient Atlantistantinople, and is likely the ancestor of the harmless Zilly Rabbit.


The shape of the Ziggurabbit takes some explaining. Imagine you have an unnaturally large rabbit with red eyes, big claws, big pointy teeth and a liking for fresh (preferably capable-of-fleeing-in-terror fresh) meat. Now imagine it has no head. Now, on the part of its body where its head used to be, attach the torso and related upper body parts of an anthropomorphic rabbit, also with red eyes, big claws and the aformentioned penchant for eating things that bleed. Then, remove its head, and add another, slightly smaller torso with all the not-very-nice things I mentioned twice before. Repeat as necessary. The result is a Ziggurabbit, a multi-armed, bloodthirsty, highly territorial beast: the bane of the vegetable patches of the outskirts of Atlantistantinople and then some.


The Ziggurabbit's skill in the field of beastly violence not only came from its multiple claws, but also from its high level of flexibility, allowing it to bend over and tower directly over its larger prey, such as Spoons of the comically large wooden variety, and also reach down and slaughter smaller prey, such as carrots. This, of course, increased in usefulness as the number of stacked torsos, which varied from specimen to specimen, increased (the minimum usually being two torsos, although there were a few sightings of one-torsoed Ziggurabbits). Torso amount was the basis of all Ziggurabbit social structures.

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