|Species||Junkyard Bunny Dayan|
|< Debyi||Debracku >|
Debakan's coat of dust is a light, gray-purple colour, and it's fur is a slightly darker gray-purple. Debakan has a pair of short, stubby arms and two large feet with two toes each. Debakan has a small, puffy tail which resembles it's coat of dust. Debakan's eyes are covered by it's dust coat, but it's nose and mouth are still visible. Debakan has the same ears as it's pre-evolution. Debakan seem to have large amounts of junk inside of their fur coats.
Debakan store their food supplies in their dust coat, which is why they are often full of junk; debakan can and will eat almost anything. When a debyi evolves into a debakan, they become too large to continue hiding in other people's homes, so they migrate to junkyards or other places full of trash, where they can gather all the supplies they need for survival. The junk stored inside of their coats causes them to have an unpleasant odour. Debakan love to pull pranks and cause mischief - one way they do this is by jumping onto other dayan's heads, surrounding them with their horrible smell. Debakan can attack predators the same way debyi can - they puff their chest out, causing dust to fly onto the threat, temporarily blinding them and allowing the debakan to escape. There is a very small amount of poison in debakan's claws. If one is scratched by a debakan, they will catch an unpleasant illness for two to three days.
Debakan's name comes from two words. (Debu/Kerosakan)
- Debu - Malay for dust.
- Kerosakan - Malay for mischief.
Like it's pre-evolution, debakan's design is inspired by dust bunnies, small clumps of dust which form in corners of houses which aren't usually cleaned. Some other aspects of it's design are inspired by angora rabbits.
Debakan has no natural variations that are currently known.
Debakan has no gender variations that are currently known.