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My newest brain baby! <3 Many thanks to arvalis for helping me out so much on the armor and the whole piece in general x]

This particular elephantaur (lol) grew up being made of for being incredibly quiet and shy towards everyone except her own mother. Her timid nature earned her the name Kipanya, which is "mouse" in Swahili. The young boys of her herd were particularly cruel to her. She grew up hating them for being so heartless even after reaching maturity. Once she became an adult, she was forced into a marriage-type relationship with one of the best bred and highest ranked of the males, being offered up to him because of her uncommon beauty. After unwillingly consummating the relationship however, the violation was finally too much for her to take. During the night she stole her mate's armor and spear and killed him in his sleep. The next morning the herd discovered the murder and saw that Kipanya was no where to be found.

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So I heard a joke today

An Elephant and a camel were having a chat. The Elephant asks the camel "Why do you have boobs on your back"? The Camel glares and responds " Oh shut up, at least I don't have a dick on my face".

Teehee CB Is THAT NG worthy?

xD Ilu Tate. Still dig this very much~

nice

that's something you don't see so often, i like it

woah

an elephant centaur, you dont see that every day, nice concept, great execution

Ivory Ivory and more Ivory!

"have fun figuring out how" Lmao. Anyways, I love those ears. Adorable. Whole picture is great! Really. ^-^ Wasn't what I expected from the thumbnail, lower half took me by surprise!

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nice tits, id tap that

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have fun figuring out how

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