<a href="" class="display-item">Chirop</a>


Chirops are the most plentiful type of imp, and can be found flocking amidst the stalactites of Burrowgatory. They're mischievous critters, but are more easily tamed and trained than other imps. Some succubuns use them to carry messages across long distances.

<a href="" class="display-item">Phloof</a>


Phloofs are a great first time pet for new imp owners. They're quite slow and docile compared to other imps, and their fluffy bodies feel great to pet and hug. Just watch out for the large amounts of lint they shed.

<a href="" class="display-item">Inkap</a>


Inkaps are very curious imps. They're attracted to the smell of decomposition, and often infest places with lots of food waste. They can still make good pets, as long as you keep your trashcans secure and don't mind cleaning up the black goo they occasionally drip from their mushroom-like appendages.

<a href="" class="display-item">Sceil</a>


Sceils are a reclusive and misunderstood species of imp. Many succubuns are afraid of them and think that they're poisonous, but they're actually harmless. They don't make particularly affectionate pets, but most sceil owners swear that their bond with their sceil is deeper than with any other type of imp.

<a href="" class="display-item">Corvat</a>


Corvats are one of the noisiest types of imp, and can often be found cawing away on telephone lines in the city. They're surprisingly intelligent, and can even be trained to mimick succubun speech—but they also have a penchant for stealing anything shiny and hiding it away, such as their owner's carats.

<a href="" class="display-item">Bonezo</a>


Bonezos aren't very intelligent imps, but they make very loyal pets. Thanks to their slow waddle and poor survival instincts, it's rare to find a wild one. Their clumsiness has led some people to wonder if they actually have eyes or not.

<a href="" class="display-item">Furdin</a>


Furdins are very intelligent, and are well-behaved compared to other types of imp. They're sociable creatures, and prefer to live indoors, so wild furdins will occasionally just choose a house to live in and forcibly adopt themselves to the succubuns living there.

<a href="" class="display-item">Loafki</a>


Loafkis are mild-mannered imps that spend most of their time relaxing. They get easily anxious around strangers, but are very affectionate once they've warmed up to their owner, and get along well with other imps. They're highly desired as pets because of this.

<a href="" class="display-item">Guyst</a>


Guysts are a mysterious type of imp that can be found lurking in empty or abandoned areas of Burrowgatory. If a succubun shares a house with a guyst without earning its respect first, they will be subject to having their possessions thrown around at odd hours.

<a href="" class="display-item">Lunell</a>


Lunells are a very rare type of imp that are prized for their beauty. They can only be found roaming about when the monthly nighttime bioluminscence cycle is at its darkest, and pet Lunells will often try to escape from the house during this time.

<a href="" class="display-item">Ribbow</a>


Ribbows are a  rare and sociable type of imp that tend to appear around collections of fashionable clothing. This can be a double-edged sword for boutiques and fashionistas—the presence of ribbows in your closet proves its quality, but ribbows are  also known to make strange "alterations" to clothing they can get at.

<a href="" class="display-item">Remil</a>


Remils are voracious imps that are notorious for stealing food and breaking into kitchens. They're widely reviled as one of Burrowgatory's biggest pests, but remil fans vouch that they're incredibly intelligent creatures that can be trained to do all sorts of tricks.

<a href="" class="display-item">Impup</a>


Impups are an unusually affectionate and obedient species of imp that can learn a wide variety of complicated tricks. Their companionable nature makes them a common pick for a pet, especially since they typically get along well with other imps

<a href="" class="display-item">Mamoo</a>


These docile imps are often kept by farmers, as it's easy to train them to graze on any unwanted vegetation in milkweed fields.

<a href="" class="display-item">Jestie</a>


These goofy imps are always trying to get a laugh out of their owner. Their antics make them a common star of viral funny imp videos.

<a href="" class="display-item">Bulbug</a>


Popular with miners, ravers, and those who can't sleep without a nightlight, these imps have a lightbulb-like abdomen that glows brightly to light their way around the dark recesses of Burrowgatory. 

<a href="" class="display-item">Freign</a>


These majestic imps can only be found during the first snowfall of winter. They're experts at navigating the snow, and can pull more weight than their small size would suggest.

<a href="" class="display-item">Rabebe</a>


These strange imps only began appearing in Burrowgatory around the start of the year. Succubuns feel a strange sense of familiarity when looking at them, but they act no differently than any other kind of imp.

<a href="" class="display-item">Erose</a>


These sweet but exciteable imps seem to primarily appear around Matentines. They like to play "matchmaker" for their owners, but aren't intelligent enough to understand the complexities of finding a compatible partner, or that it takes more than making people bump into each other to get them to fall in love.

<a href="" class="display-item">Egghel</a>


This strange imp hides itself inside a carapace that resembles an unhatched egg. The tough shell helps to protect it, but also makes it difficult for it to get around, leading to succubuns finding egghels in many odd places.

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