The hexfeeder split from its ancestor, the mason hexspourous. The continuation of the Oathinian Explosion, along with two and a half million years of evolution has largely changed the anatomy of the feeder. With vast amounts of microbes teeming in the masonian sea, the mason hexspourous was primed to take advantage of this food source. It is now almost completely immobile, using modified versions of its ancestors appendages to support it, as well as allowing it to slowly move from place to place. Besides microbes, it will also feed on waste and dead fauna and flora, as well as the eggs of the hexskimmer.
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