While lauded for its medicinal qualities in some cultures, the leech (S."Gelen") was only considered a nuisance in others. These nasty, slug-like creatures fastened to anything warm-blooded and used their serrated tongue to rasp through to a blood vessel. Then they remained fixed to their prey, gorging themselves until they were so full that they slipped off.


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