With a coarse fur coat of ratty brown, the crosseyed libger isn't attractive enough to bring decent value for its pelts. Its stumpy legs end in long, wickedly curved claws, and its short arms clasp a stout stick which it wields like a two-handed club. It moves with unnatural speed.
A cross-eyed libger gabbles nervously at you, then pops back down into its hole.
A cross-eyed libger pops up partially out of a hole. It emits a sequence of high-pitched squeals.
Suddenly a cross-eyed libger squeals and pops back down into its hole. You hear scruffling sounds below. A cross-eyed libger pops up from a hole without warning. It glances about frantically with staring eyes.
A cross-eyed libger pops up out of a hole, gabbling furiously.
A cross-eyed libger waves its tail about threateningly, and nearly falls over.
A cross-eyed libger does a double-take as observes your stance and gear. It squeals something loudly, and you hear what can only be high-pitched squeals of laughter echoing forth from within the holes.
A cross-eyed libger thumps its stick against the ground menacingly.
A cross-eyed libger flails its stick about, thumping it against the ground. It bares its stubby yellow teeth and growls at you unconvincingly.
A cross-eyed libger pops up and down, in and out of view, all the while issuing a combination of shrill noises that may possibly mean something.
A cross-eyed libger chitters angrily and snarls at you!