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- n. a fictional species of land shark in various fantasy settings, such as Dungeons & Dragons.
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Khisanth was anxious to doff the bulette form and quickly did so before calling to Jahet.
The bulette Khisanth sank her squared, pawlike claws into the packed dirt floor of Jahef s antechamber and sent it flying on either side of her armored flanks in two steady, thick black streams.
The other dragon had watched the bulette with amazement from between the growing mounds of dirt and rock in the antechamber.
Digging under the outside wall, her claws tore through layers of hard clay and rock, until a hole large enough for a bulette to pass through was carved.
She'd killed her first bulette, a rare and widely feared carnivore.
You Can't Tip a Buick: I like Ferndale, too. faster than a speeding bulette, I think your comparison to Chicago is spot on.
These consist solely of entries like “Bandits, bulette, owlbear, King’s Guards, orc warband.”