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The avenging narwhal

Started by AnimalToyForum, March 07, 2015, 09:30:24 PM

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The avenging narwhal playset.  :o

And action figure on


I've seen that in catalogs before, but never in person (or I'd probably have it). It's a crazy figure, better than the similar unicorn. Too bad this one appears to have broken the penguin-impaling tusk.


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That's... actually rather humorous :P


But then this happened...

Arctic Dragon kit by David Silva


Poor little narwhal. It was just avenging the wrongs perpetrated by the koalas, harp seal pups and penguins. All of them... >:D

This is, after all, his story:
For centuries, the Narwhal was the great mystery of the sea. With the body of a whale and the horn of a Unicorn, many people believed that these fascinating creatures were harmless inhabitants of the icy waters of the Arctic Ocean. Recent studies, however, have exposed the secret agenda of these mysterious mammals and the true purposed of their extraordinarily long pointy tusks.

The studies revealed that millions of years ago, penguins, snow seals and koalas ruled the earth. For sustenance, they feasted upon whales, dolphins and other sea mammals to the point of near extinction. But the Narwhal went into hiding beneath the ice of the North Pole, biding their time, planning their revenge and sharpening their tusks. Finally, they reemerged, tusks gleaming with newfound magical power, and fought back against the adorable creatures that threatened their existence. The battle was long, and many Narwhal were lost, but their strong will and sharp tusks were enough to stave off the cute ones temporarily.

Now, once a year, in a continuous effort to keep their enemies at bay, the Narwhal leave their homes to embark on a treacherous migration to Antarctica in the hunt for baby penguins and seal pups. Many will not return.... Along their journey, they will spend time in Australia, swimming upstream to the inland habitat of the koalas, where they will actually leap out of the water to spear the deadly koalas from their perches high in the Eucalyptus trees.