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Pick your monsters!

For my Sea Monster Scale Chart, we got to $200, and that means I'll be adding five sea monster territories to this map that I'm building with toggle-able layers: http://tornworld.net/map2.php

Which five? Help me decided! Anyone may vote in the poll! You can select up to FIVE of your favorites.

(A few of the originals are still available, and I will include a copy of the postcard print of the final chart, which I finished today, yay! Purchases won't count towards funding goals, though. We're done with that part of the project.)

Poll #1971014 Sea Monster territories to show on the map

Which monsters do you choose? Pick FIVE!

Trapjaw - $15
3(12.0%)
Dreamskate - 8.5 x 5.5 inches, ink on sketch paper. $15
3(12.0%)
1(4.0%)
2(8.0%)
1(4.0%)
0(0.0%)
0(0.0%)
Whalebears sold!
3(12.0%)
The Frilled Whale (or, the Guppy - a custom request!):
2(8.0%)
The Smartarm:
3(12.0%)
The Giant Lobster (art and article forthcoming!)
1(4.0%)
Drill Barnacles - Not a 'monster,' exactly, but definitely a monstrous ocean pest!
0(0.0%)
Ring Leech - A lamprey-like parasite that can grow to 10 feet long.
0(0.0%)
Blimpfish - A medium-size herbivore who thinks mid-sized boats look sexy.
1(4.0%)
Deathfin - A long-necked, predator of the southern seas that is a leading cause of injury and death among warsailors.
2(8.0%)
Harpoon Snails - Large snail-like predator.
0(0.0%)
Heat-Thief - A reptilian northern predator that grows to 80 feet.
1(4.0%)
Snagtooth - A dolphin-shaped, armored sea monster with large, curling rear teeth.
1(4.0%)
The Weed-Eater - A smaller herbivore among the sea monsters.
1(4.0%)

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