(Amphibian) Elefrog Kyoroko


I soon learned why my master had told me what he had. My mother and father, humans, had come for me. They looked so frightened as they attacked out tribe. But we were saved. "Rib-Ribbit," my master roared, summoning a bright light that repelled the humans. Mother, father, I must live this way. At least let me show you how brave I can be. "Rib-Ribbit!"


See Elefrog Kyoroko.

Name originEdit

Kyoroko is a combination of Japanese name Kyo with word roko. Kyo is a variant transcription of both masculine and feminine name Kyou, with meanings "cooperation", "capital", "village" or "apricot". Roko is an archaic word for "silk".

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