Gryce are adorable. That is, until they see you. And chances are, they see you way before you think they see you, and just pretend to be innocently going about their way. These birdy looking creatures are a rare form of viral fungi, a distant, and corrupted relative of the woggli. In fact, as legend has it, the gryce are actually the antithesis of woggli. Known also as 'false wogglet', gryce are recognizable by the red colored skin around their eyes, their white 'collar' and their soft, innocent humming noise that maliciously mimics woggli song. Their smiling beaks however hide rows of razor sharp 'teeth,' and their root stalk legs sport elongated, sharp claw like barbs.
Another type of 'wog' creature, the gryce's single wog seems built for one thing only: to feed off of fear and aggression in the universe, and thus, in those around them. The single wog organ of the gryce is barbed on the end. This barb is always extended, unlike the woggli, whose wog barbs are exposed only in wogglation. It is typical for gryce to prey on small, domestic animals, but they relish patches of woggli. Unlike woggli, which are rooted to their mother tree, gryce are 'free roaming' wog creatures. Budding in batches of four (called a 'gang') gryce leave their mother tree early, returning only to replace a lost member. In the field, one gryce is always the 'look out', while the others grope in the brush for prey.
Fighting between aggravated gryce and woggli in the grip of wogglation is fierce, and more often than not ends in tragedy for one side or the other. However, despite the gryce's relative tenacity, strong wogglet Queens have been known to send gangs of gryce running and crying with their tails between their legs.