Black, blue, purple, and white
• Long white fur on their backs
Honey badgers are medium-sized creatures. They have long fur, known to be either blue or purple in color. They have long white fur on their backs that can be swept back or hang down over their forehead in bangs. Their underbellies are darker in color. Both their front and back paws are black.
Honey badgers are known for their grotesque habits, including their horrid stench, ability to release gas, diet of grubs, and belching habits. Honey badgers eat many types of grubs, including bees, termites, utamu, and more.
Honey badgers are known for being particularly resilient creatures. They are immune to most venom and can survive many physical feats. In addition, they are known for being brave, bordering on reckless.