is currently employed in the natal ward at Tevoré where they soothe colic babies with their iridescent tail and charming ear mobiles. Pebbles is incredibly small. So small in fact that they can fit into a human ear. What is unknown to many is that inside their feet are tiny probes encapsulated by biologically localized embedding (PEBBLEs). With a barely noticeable prick, these retractable claws can enter and track various processes in cells allowing Pebbles to detect diseases before they arise. Being as small as Pebbles is, they are prone to drifting away and must wear weighted socks to keep them grounded. This has recently become a trend in Tevoré.