|Habitat||Moose Afterlife, merry parties|
|Description||Meat from the gentleman|
The Chocolate Moose is a Monster made of chocolate mousse. It is created by a Moosenger of Death, then given life by Moose God. Its sole purpose of creation is to sweeten the Moosenger of Death's life. It has a sweet, cheerful, gregarious nature and not at all dangerous, except for the diabetes it might cause. The heroine or hero might initially want to eat it but its excellent communication will cause the heroine or hero to forget soon. Unless, the Moosenger of Death is busy reaping moose-lives and the Chocolate Moose started to become violent from identity crisis. Occasionally, a heroine or hero slaughtered the Moosenger of Death that created a Chocolate Moose, causing the Chocolate Moose to be a psychotic vengeful monster that has lost all hope and purpose in life.
One day, a duty-free Moosenger of Death (not its fault, The Moose God takes care of Its creations well through the passing of Endangered Species Act Protection for Moose) was taking a walk. It could not work, so the least it can do was walk around in awe and fervent praise of the world that the Moose God created. Suddenly, a Monster (for moosekind, it was actually a hero) came out of nowhere and attacked the Moosenger of Death. The Moosenger of Death fought back valiantly, and soon the hero was cornered. As last resort, he threw his snack at the Moosenger of Death. It was a chocolate mousse.
Everything changed when the chocolate mousse landed on the mouth of The Moosenger of Death.
It knew that this was a revelation. A blessing from the Moose God to soothe their anxious souls during deathless time. The Moosenger of Deaths has massive admiration of the humankind ever since. For a while, The Moosenger of Death can finally sit around and relax while eating chocolate mousse when they're not working. Their diligent nature, however, turned their supposed free time munching chocolate into time spent in the heaven kitchen honing chocolate mousse-baking skill. They lack imagination from millennia of monotone act of service, though, and ultimately, each of them all began to make a moose-shaped chocolate mousse. They spent so much effort and time into making the perfect moose mousse, that when their masterpiece was done, they didn't want to eat it.
The heaven kitchen was filled with chocolate moose. The Moosenger of Deaths, loyal to their duties, their God, and their ultimate creation, would not eat any other chocolate without eating their first finished moose mousse, therefore no longer had anything to do and became unhappy again. Finally, The Wise Moose God created a miracle - It breathed life into all finished chocolate moose. The Chocolate Moose was created.
The Chocolate Moose is hippie and sweet, complete complement for the emo, formal Moosenger of Deaths (with minor tweaks in personality to accommodate different individuals - which is not much). It brings life into the times of no death in Moosenger of Death's life of deaths. If the heroine or hero sees the pair together, that would mean no moose is dying in the realm. Intimate acts include a Moosenger of Death eating a chunk of the Chocolate Moose (this will be continued later when Moosenger of Death fix a freshly cooked mousse to the bitten part). A heroine or hero that sees this will instinctively blush and leave the scene after losing a good several health points out of embarrassment even if she or he does not understand what happened.
- Sweet and non-dangerous looking
- Can not feel pain and will shove down antler or other body part down the heroine or hero's throat, causing diabetes or choking
- Excellent social skills, including bullshitting their way out of a bad situation or throwing paradoxical questions that cause the heroine or hero to hurt themselves by too much thinking
- Can add a limb or other functioning body part by merging new chocolate mousse to itself
- The most delicious chocolate mousse ever that doesn't get moldy, cannot go old
- Melts under temperature too high
- Can not feel pain, therefore doesn't realize if the heroine or hero had bitten off a part of it
- Life purpose depends on the Moosenger of Death that created it, prone to identity crisis
- Gets lonely easily
- Loves to party way too much