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Duah
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Vital Statistics
Species Duah
Habitat Papua New Guinea
Abilities Able to travel, and take prey, to the underworld
First appearance The Underworld Bride
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The Duah, more commonly known as the Ropen, is a flying creature reported from Papua New Guinea. It made its first appearance in The Underworld Bride, and also an appearance in the video game "The Secret Saturdays: Beast of the 5th Sun".

Biography

The Duah is bat-like or pterosaur-like in appearance. It should also be noted that almost every report claims that the creature glows with light, displaying bio-luminescence. The legend says that it came from the underworld, and when it finds its mate it will take the island down to the underworld to eat his bride alive (hence the name The Underworld Bride). It has appeared in multiple Secret Saturdays commercials, the game Hunt for the Kur Stone.

Series

The Underworld Bride.

In the show Zon fell in love with the Duah. The Duah then tried to take her to the underworld to eat her, but Zak Saturday and Ulraj stopped him with help from Ulraj's "shark sense".

Trivia

  • In the Secret Saturdays Beasts of the fifth sun, Zak has to grapple the Ropen and swing across them to reach the platforms. They also attack Zak.

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