Redux: Tiny Monsters, Go! Amplisaur

Originally posted on Google+ in July 2016:

#4 Amplisaur (Electric, Lizard, Shell)
The metal ornament on its tail is small when born, and grows larger and more elaborate as the Amplisaur ages and its tail lengthens. Powerful tail muscles hold this lightning rod aloft in lightning storms, channeling the electricity into this TinyMon’s battery-like shell. When fully charged, the shell emits a bright glow that illuminates the night; Amplisaurs can go many days without food charged this way, and are hazardous to touch. When you hear thunder but there is no storm, it is said that two Amplisaurs are squabbling over territory

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