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Temperate Freeple

Freeple villages are often suspended high in the canopies of fungal forests, above potential predators. Freeple retain their innate affinity for life in the trees. Though not as agile as their frixel ancestors, their movement can favorably be compared to the movement of orangutans, allowing for both brachiation and occasional quadrupedalism, even able to leap in great bounds over twenty feet, though this is a skill that is being gradually lost as a sedentary lifestyle becomes more prevalent in society.

We cannot know what lies in store for the freeple, for we have no idea ourselves of what happens at the end of a sentient species, but, like us, they seem brimming with potential.