The upper percentile of their kind, these Rock Brood really do dwarf their smaller brethren, the Lavamites.
Lavamites or ‘rock dogs’ are six-legged creatures whose outer shells are formed of thick, silicate plates. They are used in Boromite mining operations to explore for minerals. However, by feeding hatchlings upon especially digestible rocks it is possible to augment their abilities somewhat.
These fine examples of their kind are known as Rock Brood. Boromite handlers take great pride in such creatures, competing to produce beasts of prodigious size, different colours, and endearing temperament. Rock brood are also faster than the usual kind of beast and sometimes handlers resort to riding a suspensor platform to keep up!
Build up and destroy the opposition!