The safari continues…

(The mocking death-grin of the Manocreature… often the last thing a defenseless Idol sees before she is devoured)

Back by popular (well, singular) request, here’s the latest installment of my exclusive peek into the terrifying mind of the Manobeast.

When we last left off, the Manobeast had just finished her usual daily ritual of boring her victims to death and then devouring them. This unfortunate tendency has been well established by solid scientific research.However, through careful observation (and occasional detriment to my own personal safety), I have been able to to achieve a breakthrough in the field of Manobiology.

The stunning news: While previously thought to have been entirely solitary in her pursuits, the Manobeast has been revealed as willing to work in a team to take down large prey. Seen behind the Manobeast in this rare photograph are the poor creatures with whom the Manobeast seems to hunt:

The group of young females and other humans behind the Manocreature seem mostly extraneous and, if they serve any purpose at all, it is to provide the Mano with a ready snack when she needs it (likely she has captured them all with her Lucky Aura, rendering them unable to escape). The breakthrough discovery is the existence of the Creature in Red visible directly behind the Manobeast.

This extraordinary being appears to have something of a master-servant relationship with the Manobeast. Indeed, when she wants it to do her bidding, the Manobeast has been seen to whip and otherwise mistreat the Creature in Red.

(Note her uncaring expression: She clearly views him solely as a tool  to be used in attacking prey)

However, he is no shy weakling: When he attacks, he uses devastating physical attacks that appear to stun his opponents into a state of (what I have termed) “genki.”

( The creature in red mockingly joins his victim in a fit of genki)

How this forced state of genki helps the Manobeast catch her prey is still uncertain. I shall likely need to extend my study of this horrifying creature for many years before all of her mysteries are sorted out.

Yet, as terrifying as she is, researching the Manobeast has proved to be a gratifying exploit, and one I will doubtless be unable to avoid for many years to come.

That is, unless I fall prey to her first…

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