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"Drawn from the reaches of the Earthen Constellation, the Torrt measures time for all eternity. This monster echoes the heart beat of every earth elemental keeping each firmly grounded in their worlds and their souls. Its carapace shields it from the cacophony of the cosmos, even as it amplifies its own never-ending rythm: transmitting to terrestrial descendents an infinitude of groove.
The Torrt is a purple tortoise-like monster who appears to be very old. It has spikes on its shell, silver grey hair on its head and tail, as well as its eyebrows, and two drums that are hanging from its neck. It has a small stone on its heels and some stone formation on its upper arms. It has nostrils located above the eyes and has crooked teeth, along with a horn formation on the back of its head and two transparent-blue antennae.
It is the Celestial monster of Earth.
Its constellation is called Earthen Ellipse.
This monster plays drums, extending the spikes to make a cymbal sound, retracting them to make a bass sound, and plays tom-tom drums with its hands, as if they were bongos.
Torrt cannot be bred; instead, like all Celestials, it can only be hatched from an egg after its egg reaches the portal in the Daily Login Game. 24 spaces have to be done before the Torrt can reach its portal. A 31-day time limit appears for all Torrts to reach the portal.
The Torrt is available in the Daily Login Game during every October.
"Torrt" comes from the word "tortoise", referencing the Torrt's large tortoise shell it has on its back. (In law, a "tort" is an action that causes harm to a person, for which that person is entitled to compensation. Presumably the monster's name has nothing to do with this.)
- It is the first Celestial not to be based off of an arthropod.
- It is the first Celestial to be represented by a non-ethereal element.
- It is the first celestial to be only percussion, as Loodvigg is percussion and strings.
- Its spiked shell, three toes and hunched over looking position makes it have a somewhat resemblance to Bowser from the Super Mario series. This made fans call the monster "Bowser's Grandfather".
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