- "Young. Like a baby whilk calf—don't know a whilk?"
- ―Jom Barell
Whilks were a species of non-sentient, long-legged critters. They were farmed for their milk and their hides, which made for fine leather. Their meat, however, had a ropy consistence. Their babies were referred to as whilk calves.
- Aftermath (First mentioned)
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