Hundreds of millions of years ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth, there was one species that had something very special about it.
The Pterodactyl was a vicious airborne predator regularly hunting in packs dominating all smaller prey.
However, approximately 230 million years ago a hideous genetic mutation occurred during the conception of one of the Pterodactyls when it bizarrely bred with a King Hippopotamus forming a severely deformed offspring known simply as the Gengydactyl.
This creation had wings, but could not fly due to it's hulking mass of bones and fat and muscle.
'Gengy' was quickly shunned off both species and was forced to fend for itself developing one of the most deadly and effective defence mechanisms known in history; The Brate.
One howl from the Brate turned predators into prey through sheer mass panic, fear and chaos. Fossil records show predators ripped to pieces with the sonic force of such a shout coupled with the wild swinging of the Gengydactyls arms and legs caused severe trauma to all in it's path.
A truely deadly adversary, the Gengydactyl roamed the wastelands of Northern Europe for decades undefeated.
"MATE ERS AHT GENGYDACTYL CUNT!! BAIL AFORE HE SWINNNNGS US ABOUT!!"