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EdgeHogXHobbyist Traditional Artist
I think they're taking the concept of like if a creature eats rocks or metals it extrudes through the bones and flesh to become like armour for the fleshys oft muscle underneath, as Geodudes and rock pokemon if you notice all have pink tongues, so they would be soft on the inside and hard on the outside, kinda like the exoskeleton of insects and arachnids
A torso fragment of a bog man in Denmark looks a bit like this. Arms and upper torso of a corpse dead for 1800+ years. Bog bodies have been at first mistaken for recent murders. Decay proceeds in unusual ways. (brain intact,but bones gone.., etc.)
chaoswolf1982Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting. The only bit you overlooked that I was curious about is how they (at least in the anime) are able to seemingly hover just above the ground, moving without touching it.