Sukurin, Kraken of the Depths

Even in Maethromin’s Dreamscape, Sukurin was a beast to be feared. Water Elemi both revered and feared the creature as a personification of their own wrath, a contrast to their usual reputation as a peaceful people. Though when Sukurin awoke from the Dreamscape in the Katarn Sea of Tharador, it lost its reverence. The mortals of Tharador were foolish enough to hunt it, try kill it and harm it.
Thus it took the form of things they feared most, implanting its form into the chitin and flesh of a great and old dying Kraken. With this new form it incited fear into all mortals and caused many shipwrecks – newfound horror in the already deadly sea. So when the word of a watery Kraken reached the Tribunal Council in Beke, they were quick to act and seize the beast.
It was frozen, taken to an isolated lake in the centre of Jarako Isle in the sea north of Abunor. There it was watched over by generation after generation of Water Elemi monks, who tended to it constantly, aiming to ensure that the frost didn’t thaw even in the most unbearable summers. Though with no hint of any issues, the beast suddenly awoke from its frozen slumber, breaking its shackles, destroying the monastery upon the lake’s shore. Now the monks request for help, the monster trying to build a river to
return to the sea once again.

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Sukurin, Kraken of the Depths

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This product was designed by Dungeon Master Stash for their June 2022 release, Elemental Energies. They are a group of very talented artists who create high-quality tabletop miniatures and campaign materials.
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Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 4 cm
Material

ABS-Like Resin

Color

Gray

Scale

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