Jerome’s Journal: Wolpertinger — Page 6

An NFT Encyclopedia of Cryptids and Other Mythical Creatures

2 min readDec 14, 2021
Wolpertinger —

I’ve seen a good amount of Wolpertingers in my day. They’re not the hardest Cryptids to find, but the truly unique thing about Wolpertingers is their fur and body changes seasonally, according to their biome. Wolpertingers can live almost anywhere that allows them to burrow underground. Most are mischievous little critters, I’ve been off studying other Cryptids, and a Wolpertinger flies over, and kicks me in the face, seemingly for fun.

In the icy tundras, their fur can turn pure white, and it helps them blend in with the snow. In the forest, they grow tan with darker spots all over. Their ability to adapt is unmatched.

Wolpertingers resemble larger Hares, but have large antlers on the top of their head, and each one has a different shape, making every one of them unique. They have large patterned wings on their back, but most of the time, they just glide. Very rarely have I seen Wolpertingers stay in flight longer than a few seconds. For only being around 2 feet tall, they have a lot of power in their back legs.

Some Cryptid Hunters like to raise large families of Wolpertingers, and sell them off to people searching for a Cryptid Partner. The Cryptid Coalition themselves gives away Wolpertingers to members as gifts.

Thanks to their uniqueness in pattern, adaptability, and antlers, Wolpertingers are considered one of the cutest Cryptids, and being relatively easy to raise, it’s great for younger, rookie Cryptid Hunters.

Notable Facts

  • The Cryptid Coalition allows player to choose their own Wolpertinger if accepted into their program. The process usually takes anywhere from 2–5 years to be accepted into.

*For more information on the NFT project, go to Jerome’s Journal: An Encyclopedia of Cryptids and Other Mythical Creatures

As more information comes into the world of The Cryptid Coalition, this page will be updated.

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