Kawakoes are killer reptiles native to the equatorial rivers of Thanatos.
It is hard to explain the appearance of a kawako. They are bipedal, with 2 arms and 2 legs. Each limb is long, thick and muscular, ending with powerful hands which possess 20 centimeter long claws. Their bodies are covered in a hard, spiked shell. The head of a kawako is robust, with a long snout filled with long, thin teeth reaching lengths of 8 centimeters. A kawako is 10 feet long and 4.5 feet tall, and their stance is theropodal.
Kawakoes feed on the small fish and worms which inhabit the rivers. They will also scavenge algaeworm corpses.
- Kawako is another Japanese name for kappa. I would have used the name kappa, but it was already taken.