Shoraway Slowpoke Shell is Uncommon
1951 of 24902 remaining
Long extinct, the Shoraway Slowpoke was a prehistoric reptile similar to that of a tortoise, and could grow extremely large in size.
As a result of their short legs, and enormous shells, their movements were rather sluggish, and would often be a target of predators.
In order to protect themselves, they would retreat into their shells, and due to it's hefty weight and hardness, Slowpoke's were often safe, as it's foes had no way of overturning, or penetrating the shell.