RainParticipantNovember 5, 2017 at 5:39 pmPost count: 5
Lesser Cockatrice, with a Blackreach design. About the size of a Brahma Chicken, they travel in packs of 5-10. Very bold and attacks prey with teamwork. Wouldn’t recommend traveling alone when in their territory. Generally resides within caves, but comes out at night to hunt in the forest. Very aggressive and territorial. They have two pairs of eyes, one pair uses night vision and the other uses a type of heat vision. Colors are usually a range of greys, browns and green ish tones, but in darkness, they glow very vibrantly. Active only at night, or in caves. Can cause temporary blindness with a flash attack utilizing either their throats or fan on back of tail, then they jump in for the kill. Their saliva has a toxin, while not fatal, it can cause a temporary reduction in speed and drains stamina.
They usually wander in their groups, but sometimes follow a Greater Cockatrice, in which case the group drastically increases in numbers ranging up into the 20-30’s. The Greater Cockatrice’s territory is much larger than their smaller counterparts. Usually only one or two per region in each hold.
DESCRIPTION IS A CRUDE WIP, CAN CHANGE AT ANY TIMERainParticipantNovember 14, 2017 at 10:29 pmPost count: 5
Boar, has two pair of tusks, easier to root into dirt for food. Comes in a couple different colors such as: red, black, brown, grey, and occasionally a white one has been seen as well! Tusks get larger as the boar ages, and are used for carving out jewelry, as they are a much easier source of ivory to access unlike the mammoths.RainParticipantNovember 22, 2017 at 12:22 amPost count: 5
Brush Pheasants in a pair. Typically hunted for their delicious meats. The females are more brown, less vibrant and lack the blue eyes that the males possess on their feathers. While the males are a teal color and have two rows of feathers that fan out like a peacock during mating season. This species typically resides in the shrubbery of large forests, easy to spot due to their bright blue tails. They are ground dwellers, rarely taking flight due to their plump size. Easy to hunt due to their docile nature. The feathers are considered valuable for decoration and adornments.RainParticipantNovember 30, 2017 at 10:24 pmPost count: 5
Just some butterflies for variety in Forbidden Love! Some of them appear at certain times like dawn, dusk, and midnight!
In order, each species names are:
1. Copperspeck 2. Dewdrop
3. Crimson Kite 4. Snowfly
5. Greensprout 6. Crow’s Eye
7. Dawn’s Ray 8. Tiger Swallowtail
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