Post by Renathan on May 24, 2019 23:09:01 GMT -6
Lass - E - oh - BellBreeds Available:
Wake, Northern, LochVSC Breeds:
NoneStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
Water - read breed differences below.Diet:
These creatures are ominvores, and will generally happily eat anything. They can easily live on a diet of plants, such as kelp - or even leaves from trees where their necks can reach at the water's edge. They are also willing to eat all manners of marine creatures (or un-suspecting creatures on the shore), however, as they are not the most graceful swimmers compared to their prey, they prefer to search around in crevices for prey attempting to hide - unwittingly trapping themselves in their own underwater burrows.Call:
These creatures have one of the most beautiful songs, only rivaled they say by the pure equillion. A great cello of song, and wonderful cries will echo and ring through the night as they sing. As infants, they prefer to stay quiet, but can cry out (though not as nicely).Special Care Needs:
We would like to highly suggest keeping these creatures in good company. Though they're generally solitary - they have very strong bonds with their parents, and as such, you should raise one well - for without proper attention, you may have one heavy predator without a care in the world for you.Biology and Anatomy:
Their long whiskers and "horns" are actually highly sensitive fleshy nerve endings, which the creature uses to find it's way in the dark, snake it's neck into rocky crevices, and even seek out prey with microscopic pulses of electricity that it's prey's body emits. Needless to say, any damage to these whiskers is extremely painful to the beast - and is usually what causes it to go into a rage. It's young are always raised in well secluded coves where they can be guarded from predators. As their young cannot swim, and are generally helpless, these coves are often "underwater caverns" with pockets of air - making them very hard, if not impossible to find. The older they get, the more blubber they loose, allowing them to swim more gracefully without the "floatie ring" of flesh that the fat provides.Behavioral Study:
They are nocturnal, and prefer to hunt at night. Though they breathe air like all mammals and reptiles, they can stay underwater for extreme lengths of time - upwards of hours. They usually live a solitary life, and communicate with others of their species only by song - which can be heard for great distances underwater (and even above it). The females raise their young independently, and will stay with their young for several years after they reach sexual maturity. Though males live on their own, they usually keep their territory nearby their mother's - it is the females that travel great distances to find new nesting grounds and mates. Though they are predators, they are usually fairly docile (unless hunting, or defending their young) - and even more so than docile, they are secretive and "shy".Suggested Uses:
Care for these "little" balls of blubber, and you may be in for a pleasant surprise... Assuming you can afford to feed them, and have the space to keep them.BreedsLoch:
The loch is one of the more basic breeds of Lasiobel, living in all manners of fresh-water. Though it can survive in salt-water, that's not where it prefers to live, nest, and hunt. In fact, salt water is no doubt a bit uncomfortable for the creature. In addition to that, the harsh waves of the sea is.. well, harsh to a Loch, and they much rather prefer the calm. They're the best at "stalking" and "ambushing" prey.Northern:
The northern Lasiobel is most used to the frozen seas, swimming between great glaciers, and gazing up at the lights in the sky. They are easily the most secretive of the breeds, and it's said that the mark on their forehead will shine like the brightest of stars. It's still a mystery how they maintain their size and health considering the lack of prey where they prefer to live... some people say they live primarily off the songs of the night... whatever that means.Wake:
The wake is one of the more basic breeds of Lasiobel, living in all manners of salt-water. Though it can survive in fresh-water, there usually isn't enough room in a mere lake, river, or pond to keep it happy - and makes it rather irritable. They're a bit stronger than the Loch Lasiobel, considering they fight against the strongest of waves that crash in the open oceans. Wake Lasiobel can stalk prey, but are better skilled at the "quick snatch" with pointy teeth - after all, there's a lot less places for prey to hide in the open waters.Sugarplum:
While a baby Lasiobel is normally almost 200 pounds in weight, the sugarplum Lasiobel is only 20 pounds or so... They're much much smaller - and are lovingly often called the "doll", "pygmy", or even "toy" Lasiobel. Don't let these names confuse you too much - for when they're adults - they're still guaranteed to be able to carry the weight of a normal person on their back.. though.. only one person.
Post by Renathan on May 24, 2019 23:15:15 GMT -6
Rah - Kai - Sar - A - Nn (soft "n")Breeds Available:
Arcane, Fury, FelVSC Breeds:
Pale, HainuFeral Breeds:
Time, Kalavan's TrickStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
The Rakai will live anywhere there is good game to be had. If that game takes them to the grand plains, then so be it. The forests? No problem. The mountains? They will climb them. Rarely does good game go to the Frozen North or the Deserts, so it is rare to find a pack in such a barren location.Diet:
The Rakai are typically strict carnivores - preferring fresh food and meat, but if the need calls for it, they are willing to eat carrion. They do occasionally add a small amount of plant-like materials, such as berries or grasses to their diet, but that's only for extra nutrition that their meat-based diet cannot provide.Call:
They growl when irritated, bark when providing a warning (or sometimes even playing), and provide long mournful howls to communicate with each other when at a great distance. In short - if you can imagine a wolf to make the sound, they can likely do it also.Special Care Needs:
Without proper care, company, and socialization - these beasts tend to get "feral" pretty quick. And without a good "pack" (even if their pack includes only themselves and their owner) these creatures will never truly learn to behave properly among it's fellow creatures.Biology and Anatomy:
Their fur is thick and firm, like the guard hairs on the nape of a wolf's neck. The scales that show themselves on occasion are rumored to be "hard as diamonds", though that rumor is false - even if the scales are quite hard, providing protective armor for the beasts. Their "crests" - a series of long scales along their backs and jawline are extremely vibrant - and on most breeds shift in their colors, various hues according to their breed. Because of these marvelously colored scales, the beasts are often hunted for their scales to produce jewelry, armor, and other various decorations. Within' the beasts heart is also a thing of value - for within' it lies a "jewel" unlike any other, which contains the "fire" of the creature. Unfortunately, the only way to see this "jewel" is if it were to be carved out, thus killing the poor thing.Behavioral Study:
These creatures are apex predators, fearing little to nothing. Unfortunately, poaching has caused them to become more leery - and often aggressive - of mankind.. however, those raised by mankind learn nothing of such suspicions. They live in tight packs, where each member has it's own position, role, and personality. Every member, down to the lowest ranking is important. Of each pack, usually only the top two mated pairs (of which male and female are equal rank) are allowed to have pups - as they are the most clever and fit of hunters and leaders.Suggested Uses:
"Fire in one's soul - magic in one's veins - blood on one's fangs - love makes one whole." That is the poem that follows the Rakai-sarane, often just called "Rakai" wherever they go. And with those words alone, one can determine their meaning.BreedsArcane:
The Arcane Rakai is a battle-mages best friend. Not only can they act as a "familiar" and provide magical aid and support, but they will also defend a mage with their life. The Arcane is generally the most mild-mannered of the Rakai, and is rarely seen in wild packs. They'd prefer to romp in a field, or be lazy by the fireplace in a quiet library. For some reason, the Arcane Rakai only enjoy the company of one who has a connection to magic or the mind - but a ribbon of telepathy or empathy will likely solve this "problem" for a common man or woman.Fel:
The Fel Rakai is tainted with the magics of the "other world". As such, necromancers and people who wish to control the world around them generally enjoy the company of such esteemed guard-beasts, in which they can usually tap into their greater power... However, though a Fel Rakai is infused with the energies of the blight itself, that does not mean it has always corrupted their mind - they are usually gentle beasts, unless trained otherwise.Fury:
The Fury Rakai is aptly named because of it's "explosive" attitude. They can be calm like any creature, but if something should provoke them - they tend to snap with steely jaws in a burst of rage. The fire in their heart rarely allows them to sit in one place for long, and they prefer to be with a companion that is willing to travel... if they should stay in one location for more than a month, they tend to get cranky. They are also passionate creatures, and love just as strongly as they hate.Pale:
The Pale is so named because all of the color has been sapped from it's body. It is rumored that this is because it's heart contains no magic - but owners of the beasts argue that the opposite is true - and it contains so much that a single color cannot be displayed, thus - it is white... The scientists believe that this is simply a case of albinism, an interesting and desirable trait for collectors of rare beasts.Time:
The Time Rakai - refered to as the guardian of time - is a very... very rare beast that lives in solitude. If they are ever seen in a pack, it is with a pack of other Rakai - not Time Rakai, for they are so rare they cannot make a pack of their own. Usually however, they live the life of a lone creature, wandering aimlessly the desert sands. Though they are seen for sale in some shops - their price is usually very high.. but if you were to have the right item, a "scarab of eternals" perhaps.. it could be lowered.Hainu:
Close "brother" to the Pale Rakai, it is also said that it is akin to the Seraph Vulticus. And indeed, it can fly with those wings.Kalavan's Trick:
Kalavan's Trick will never grow. It is pure evil, eeeevil! Well, not really, but it sure looks it, doesn't it? And it was available during the Vai Min Mur celebration of October 09'.
Post by Renathan on May 24, 2019 23:21:16 GMT -6
Gee - Bee - GeeBreeds Available:
Bidi, Godi, TodiVSC Breeds:
TitiStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
Jibiji need to live in a warm place where they are safe from the harsh winters.. when harsh winters come, they all travel south to the jungles where it's warmer. They need a fresh supply of water at nearly all times, and are within' a half-days' flight or less of a stream or pond. They nest on low-bushes, such as blackberry bushes - and rarely perch in the higher trees for some reason. They've no problem with taking to the sky - high up in the air, but still prefer to fly lower - generally no higher than 20 feet.Diet:
The Jibiji eat a strict diet of small seeds. Sunflower seeds are usually as large as they can eat, but they prefer the smaller seeds when they're younger. On very rare occasions, you may see a Todi Jibiji eating kiwi fruit in small amounts, if it's provided for it. And the Bidi will sometimes eat blueberries - but again, it's rare - and one should not feed fruit as the main diet of a Jibiji, as their delicate little tummies can't handle it.Call:
Twitterring, Chirping, Tweedling, Jibiii-ing, Cha-chiii-ing, and Tweeting. All manner of tiny, cute, and fairly high-pitched noises come out of a Jibiji.. Usually best assosiated with their namesake.. a Bidi, for example, usually tweets "Bidi-di-di!", while a Godi may tweet "Gooodi-go-go-DII", etc. Honestly, people usually keep a Jibiji for it's bright colors and cheerful "song", so at least it's always a pleasant sound.Special Care Needs:
The Jibiji are fairly social birds, and should either be cared for by a loving owner, or placed in a cage with a few Jibiji companions. Keep away from all predators, such as Slynk, or you may be missing a Jibij or two.Biology and Anatomy:
The Jibiji are usually bright in color, and very very small in frame. Their bones are super-light, as if their bodies being small were not light enough. They're excellent and agile little fliers, capable of doing back-loops, and hovering in one spot. They have super-tiny (you'd almost need tweezers to find them under their feathers, but you'd likely hurt them) little front feet with two claws on them. The purpose of these claws is unknown, as they don't often use them to grasp things.. Though rumor has it that they will use it to carry (more than one) seed back to their nest.Behavioral Study:
The Jibiji, as mentioned above, are social little creatures, usually living in great flocks of 10 to 100. The more rare the breed, the fewer the number in the flock. They build community nests out of grasses in the bushes (for some reason they don't nest in trees, but rather low bushes, such as raspberry bushes) - each one built like a little dome with a hole in the top for them to enter and exit. They are friendly when tamed, happily spending their company with an owner and perching on their finger - but if not tamed, they are easily frightened, making it nearly impossible to tame a wild one.Suggested Uses:
Most people keep a Jibiji because they are pretty. Most also keep a Jibiji because of their beautiful song. But some find Jibiji to be a valuable companion on the road. After all, they don't eat much, they can fly to keep up with you or sit on your shoulder, and they will more than happily twitter to keep you company. Honestly, these are just cute companions - though some people have boasted training their Jibiji to bring them a pencil or penny.BreedsTodi:
The Todi Jibiji is the breed that will on rare occasion eat kiwi fruit. Perhaps that has something to do with it's bright green feathering?Bidi:
The Bidi Jibiji is the breed that will on rare occasion eat blueberries. Perhaps that has something to do with it's bright blue feathering?Godi:
The Godi Jibiji is one of the most prized of the lot - for their song is certainly renown for being the sweetest and most merry. On top of that, their "golden" feathering is highly prized as well.Rowi:
The Rowi Jibiji has the most unique markings of the Jibiji, for certain. They blend in best with their natural surroundings - and though their song is not so sweet, it is simple and good. The Rowi is slightly larger than their other Jibiji brethren, and able to (when fully grown) carry some lightweight items, like parchment or mice. Oh yeah, we should mention that the Rowi Jibiji will also eat bugs, in addition to their diet of seeds.Titi:
The Titi Jibiji was only available for a short time before their hatching on the Roleplay Forums.. but since they hatched, they're no longer available... Did you manage to adopt an egg for free before they were all gone? It's true, the Titi lacks the more vibrant coloring of their brethren, but their simpleness is so cuuute!
Post by Renathan on May 24, 2019 23:26:22 GMT -6
Geti, Sahel, QuaggaVSC Breeds:
KakumStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
These creature as a rule live entirely on the plains. Large open spaces where there's lots of room to run, and plenty of space for them to keep a lookout for predators... not that they look too hard.Diet:
Strict herbivores, these creatures eat primarily grass. When there is any competition at all for the grass upon the ground, they'll happily find a tree and eat the leaves from the tallest branches. Eating fruit that's fallen from the tree? You bet. Eating berries before they even get the chance to fall? You bet. Pretty much, if it's a plant, they'll eat it.Call:
Many people think they don't make noise at all.. but that's only because they don't listen at the right times... If the animal is extremely frightened (or usually in pain), it makes a long, low, growl-esque "Meeeuuuurr!"... think angry camel. Other than that situation, the creature has never been known to make noise, except in those rare rumors, in which it's supposed to "coo" gently at the owner it "loves".Special Care Needs:
Many people consider these to be "simple" creatures to take care of.. Food, water, gentle words and hands, and they will follow you (not so loyally) to the ends of the earth. This much is true. Many people also account for these creatures to be "dumb" because of their placid (almost dull-seeming) nature... Though you are free to think this, they are no less intelligent than a horse - they just have different instincts.. so if you want a good one, train it well.Biology and Anatomy:
Long legs, long necks - these creatures are designed with a few things in mind. Speed. Endurance. Ability to eat the leaves and fruit of the tallest trees on the plains, so there's less competition for a meal. They have small nubby "horns" on their jowls which are used primarily as a display for those of the opposite gender. Though they are herbivores, they do have two tiny "fangs", which are actually tusks - used when eating the more thick-barked plants. All in all, these creatures are well designed for moving, moving fast, long distances, and in herds. And... what IS that fleshy, bumpy.. "ridge" thing over their nose..? Well, we don't know; but it's cute.Behavioral Study:
These are one of the most docile and gentle-natured of the creatures the labs has produced yet. They're soft-hearted, and rarely stubborn or bull-headed. As opposed to thundergugs, which seem to have a mind of their own, these creatures will happily follow you if they know you have a gentle hand and may be holding an apple. They are also found in large family "herds", separated by breed. Usually - the breeds don't mingle or interbreed in the wild, even though they're perfectly capable of doing so. Though they are usually a prey animal, they're not easily startled.. though when danger is apparent, they will run, which seems what they do best. Though they live in "herds", there is no definite herd structure.. not even a structure of mates or dominance. They just sorta' mingle together and wander the plains in search of food. Males do compete over a mate, but it's not a heavy competition, and the girls aren't looking anyway, they'll just take whoever's interested at the time.Suggested Uses:
These creatures make excellent mounts for long journeys. They can carry a good amount of weight (more than an equillion, but less than a thundergug), and they can travel a lot farther before getting tired than either of those beasts. They're gentle, which makes them a good mount for many children - even if they are rather large. Many people also use them for food. >.>BreedsGeti:
The Geti breed is devoid of many of the "stark" markings that make the other breeds so popular.. but really, it's no less special than the others.Sahel:
The Sahel is one of the more popular breeds because of it's large spots. But it's no more special than the Geti... did you know, that each Sahel has different spots?Quagga:
The Quagga is by far one of the most popular breeds for it's unique stripe markings and monochromatic contrast. Can you see the "spots" also?Taiga:
The Taiga, otherwise known as the "hairy" breed, is a breed unique in that it lives where it is cold. There is a lot more competition for food on the Tundra plains, so their family groups are much smaller. So much smaller in fact, that they live only by mated pairs and their young.. and the young leave their parents as soon as they are mature.Kakum:
These creatures are are rare, elusive, and the most shy. They do not live on the plains, but would rather seek shelter and coverage in the dense jungles, weaving their way through the plants and trees. They are also much more easily startled than their brethren.. but you have to admit, those markings are worth it.
Post by Renathan on May 24, 2019 23:37:30 GMT -6
She - KooBreeds Available:
Walnut, Chestnut, Gingko, KluwakVSC Breeds:
NoneStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
Shiku live anywhere there are trees. From the colder climates (where there are trees such as pines), to the warmer climates (where there are trees such as dipoterocarps)... They are not found in artic areas or deserts, or anywhere there is not a dense population of forested area.Diet:
Shiku eat primarily nuts. They are perfectly willing to eat seeds, and some berries, and will even on occasion eat insects. But their diet is primarily of hard-shelled nuts, which is easy to see when you look at their teeth, designed for gnawing.Call:
Though many believe that the Shiku was named after an individual, many others believe that the Shiku was named after the chattering call it makes, "Shii-KU! Shi-ku-ku!" Chatter-bark! "tshe-she-tse", aww, how cute.Special Care Needs:
When a Shiku is young, they are rather small and frail, and the prime sport of many predators. Keep a close eye on your Shiku, or you may find it in the stomach of some Izer or Enileaf! Also, though Shiku in adulthood can glide, as a baby, they cannot - be sure to not let your Shiku leap off any tall surfaces, or it will surely break it's little delicate bones!Biology and Anatomy:
The first thing that most people notice about the Shiku is it's three ridges of fur. Down the center of it's back, there are three "backwards" ridges of longer fur, clearly noticable - especially as these ridges are almost always pure white. These ridges of fur don't seem to serve and purpose, but they certainly make the species interesting. The second thing an owner may notice is it's wing-flaps.. Extra skin that stretches from their front to hind feet, allowing them to glide on the wind. Something that is odd about a Shiku is that "it grows into it's ears, but it's tail grows into it.".. Indeed, a baby Shiku has enormous ears, but the ears never grow as it ages. And indeed, it has a very very short tail (which is why a baby cannot glide, for lack of balance), but the tail continually grows until it reaches adulthood.Behavioral Study:
Shiku, though fairly social creatures, tend to live in small family groups (mother, father, offspring). They sleep in "clumps", known as "shiku lumps", where you may look into the nest to find a biiig ball of fluff, only to discover it is in fact 5 different Shiku all sleeping together.Suggested Uses:
These cute pets are a favorite for parents to give to their children. Although, they usually require quite a bit of training if you don't want them to destroy your house when they get older. Certainly a test of responsibility, no?BreedsChestnut:
The Chestnut breed, sometimes called the "pine breed" is the breed often found in the colder regions where pine forests are most common. We're not sure why it's named after a Chestnut (rather than a pine-cone), but there you have it.Kluwak:
The Kluwak is the considered to be the "jungle" breed, though it does not live exclusively in the jungles. It is perfectly happy however, to venture farther south where the tree leaves get more waxy, and the rain falls more frequently.Walnut:
The Walnut is the most frequently seen Shiku, depending on where you live (the Chestnut coming in close second). It is usually found anywhere there are leafy forests and trees, even venturing so far as to developed areas, living in trees at the homes of humans.Gingko:
The Gingko is hard to describe where it lives.. It is not albino, nor does it live (like most white creatures from the labs) where it snows every day. Instead, the Gingko lives on or around special trees that tend to have healing properties. Because their homes are so rare and far between, the Gingko is most commonly found in the homes of good and loving owners who keep a clean living space. Seeing a Gingko Shiku is said to be good luck.Pistashio:
The Pistashio (though "funny" colors because of it's favored diet) is extra special in other ways. It has super-secret-awesome spooky psychic mind powers! Super Mind Powers! It knoooooows. "Tshu?"
Post by Renathan on May 24, 2019 23:41:50 GMT -6
Paw - Shaw - Sar - A - Nn (soft "n")Breeds Available:
Rusted, Tarnished, Golden, MithrilVSC Breeds:
NoneStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
Pasha live anywhere their swift feet can take them. Because of this, it is rare for them to live at places with harsh cliffs or mountaintops... and they do not live in the oceans... but any other (decently) flat surface they can survive. Cold is not their ally - as it does not agree with the fire within' their hearts.Diet:
The Pasha-Sarane are mostly herbivores, but are known to eat carrion as well. The most common meal you will see a Pasha eating is the bark of a tree - which it can strip in short order due to it's "parrot-like" jaw structure beneath those lips.Call:
A deep chorus of bellows can be heard for miles by the adults - a most haunting sound to those who do not know it is merely the Pasha's way of saying "I'm here". The younger Pasha make nickers and whinny noises much like a horse, but as they age - they become more silent - save for a rare snorting to let you know they're paying attention. These creatures are capable of their signature "bellowing", and even more frightening, their banshee-like "war scream". Special Care Needs:
Polish their scales every day, or they will become dull and crack. Tend also to their frills, as if they are tattered, your Pasha is less likely to stay happy, and will loose a lot of balance later in life.Biology and Anatomy:
The Pasha's toes are designed for walking over the most difficult of terrain such as snow, marshes, and deserts - even if their prefered home would be solid ground such as forests and grasslands. The bone structure in their feet is mush like that of a camel, but the nails on their toes are sharp enough to give any foe a run for their money with a swift kick. Their scales provide decent enough armor, but their main armor lies in their solid head-plate and horns, which they use with rare hesitation.Behavioral Study:
Should a Pasha-Sarane feel the need to impress, they will happily (or un-happily, as it happens) flare up and out all of their flowing frills - which they will rattle in a display of how awesome they are. And indeed, if their scales, muscular body, and horns were not enough; the rattling of vibrant frills will likely do the job. Pasha, Unlike equine creatures do not live in "herds", but rather in very small and tight family groups. A father, mother, and their offspring. Often times, they will decide to rather pair off by brothers, and rarely even friends. Where there is one Pasha, there is almost always another (and not far off, either).. but there is very rarely only one.Suggested Uses:
Because of their need for "a companion", and their nomadic nature, the Pasha make a near perfect mount. Stout, protective, loyal, and a grand traveler - these creatures seem designed for carrying a rider through the most troubled times.BreedsRusted:
The Rusted, though not considered to be the standard breed, is the most common - and least sought after. It is rumored that it was once the great silver "Iron" Pasha, but somehow during it's incubation in the egg, it's color changed and became more dull, taking on a reddish-brown tint. Now, it is known as the Rusted (or dull) Pasha. At the very least it's emerald-colored eyes give it a stark contrast.Mithril:
The Mithril is considered the "standard" breed, but it's beautiful coat can clearly show there is nothing "standard" about it. It's silver coat shines like Mithril (or "murcury"), and it'd golden eyes sparkle with brilliance. Aside from the golden, it is the most "metallic" of the Pasha.Tarnished:
Dark Knights fancy the Tarnished because of it's deeply colored scales and brilliant red eyes. It still has it's metallic sheen - much like hematite in the moonlight. Though the beast is no more vicious than it's other-breed cousins, it's scales certainly do make the strong quite proud.Golden:
The Golden Pasha was by far the most popular breed by breeders and collectors alike - right from the start. They gathered them up as quickly as they could to produce the best stock; as their lightly-colored metallic golden scales caught the attention of all. All, including those who wish to make "dragon-scale armor".. it's much easier to kill an Adult Pasha than it is to kill even a young dragon... and thus, they are even more rare... but that only makes the collectors happier - their beast is rare!Bronzite:
The Bronzite is no more "fancy" than the rusted Pasha-Sarane, but it's deep coloring is much desired by collectors of rare and powerful beasts. It's emerald eyes are also things to behold, and sadly - the Bronzite Pasha is often slain by wizards for their supposed magical properties.
Post by Renathan on May 24, 2019 23:51:44 GMT -6
Key - TowBreeds Available:
Noctis, Occasus, PutescoVSC Breeds:
NiveusStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
Kito live where it is fairly warm, moist, and there is good soft soil. They are never found where the earth is frozen, or in the desert. Forests are greatly preferred to them than fields, though they can live in both. During the winter, if they are in a place that may snow or freeze, they die. However - in their most natural state, they will produce seed before they die, ensuring that during the thaw, new Kito will arrive safely into the world.Diet:
The Kito is a strict Carnivore. It can bury it's feet in the soil when it rests, and absorb sunlight or moonlight respectively - but it cannot survive alone on that. It must hunt for it's main meals, and eat at least one time a day. It's favored foods are insects (usually large), rodents (such as mice or rats), and small birds. Pretty well anything it can catch and swallow whole, it will eat.Call:
The most common 'call' that owners will report, is a "croak". At their peak time, they may sit up on a rock, and "sing". Singing is also a croaking, or chirping noise - which is reported to sound like a cricket or tree-frog. On rare occasions, a few owners have reported "squeaking" as a happy sound, but that has yet to be confirmed.Special Care Needs:
Feed them, or loose your fingers.Biology and Anatomy:
Though a Kito is registered as a 'plant', and it does indeed take some of it's energy from sunlight and soil - it's much more of an active creature. It's very long and needle-like teeth are easily broken, but make a marvelous "cage" for it's prey. Luckily, they re-grow their teeth at a rapid rate (within' a week) should any of them break. They are a bit top-heavy, and their thick tail is used as a counter-balance. They are fairly decent runners, even if their run is considered "funny" (like a chicken's). Their eyes are at the ends of very short "stalks", and completely spherical. They can see in all direction at once - so there is no such thing as sneaking up on a Kito. It also cannot blink, nor does it close it's eyes when sleeping.Behavioral Study:
Kito are fairly simple creatures. They eat, they sleep, they play. It is a bit of a challenge to get them to learn new tricks, as they are quite simple by nature - but they can learn. Repetition is key when teaching them. They are not particularly social creatures, and don't even seem interested in any sort of mating behaviors. The best thing is perhaps to pet them, give them a ball to chase, and meet their basic needs (food, water, shelter). If you can do that, you will have a happy Kito.Suggested Uses:
At a young age, Kito make wonderful pets. But at older ages, many owners abandon their Kito because of their size and teeth. Some owners may find their 'power' useful, however.BreedsOccasus:
The Occasus, or "fading sun" Kito attempts to burrow it's way underground for most of the day and night. It can be seen foraging during the few peak hours when the sun is setting or rising - when the sun's brilliant rays die down, and coat the sky in a beautiful red. Of course, an Occasus can be trained to be active during whatever time of the day (or night) the owner who teaches it properly prefers... but because of it's more delicate and selective nature, the Occasus is no longer available for adoption.Noctis:
The Noctis, or the "nightime" Kito is only active at night. It takes a great deal of energy from the moonlight, and will sleep during the daytime. In fact, it avoids the daylight hours, and finds 'bright light' to be almost too painful to it's sensitive eyes.Putesco:
The Putesco, or the "daytime" Kito is only active during the day. It takes a great deal of energy from the sunlight, and will sleep during the night-time. In fact, it avoids the night-time, and finds that when it is dark, the world is scary.Fenestra:
The Fenestra Kito, or "windowsill" Kito, is also known as the "household" Kito. They are frequently sold to mid-class families as pets, highly prized not only for their bright and colorful appearance, but also for their very noticeable lack of needle-like teeth. Plus, they can still eat pest-like insects and rats! But you'd best keep your song-birds in their cages..Niveus:
The Niveus... The legendary "Albino Kito". We're not quite sure how you get a hold of one, but it is rumored that there is more than one way to do it. It seems that the owner of Nature's Bounty is also willing to trade to obtain a Niveus Kito; after all, that's the only form of payment he accepts for his famed "Fae" Estharne v.2!
Post by Renathan on May 25, 2019 0:04:22 GMT -6
Orb - uh - RooBreeds Available:
Basic, Second Generation, Third Generation, Albino, BrownVSC Breeds:
NoneVersion 2 Breeds:
Orbaru v.2, Zombie Orbaru, Battle OrbaruVersion 3 Breeds:
Orbaru v.3, "Baby", "Juvie", SD, Sloth, Bubbly, Silky, Ebil, AaargStats: HereSpecies StandardsPreferred Habitat:
These creatures are not well designed for the wild, as they have no instincts to protect themselves - therefore they cannot survive in the wild... They need to be kept in a safe environment, basically anything that can sustain a human.Diet:
These creatures are strict herbivores, and prefer to eat grass... Giving them treats of vegetables and various fruits is not unheard of.Call:
This creature is known to make a sound that is similar to "Boop-Boop-Boo?"Special Care Needs:
Information Missing.Biology and Anatomy:
Only the Males have Tail-Orbs, which can glow, or flash a bright light - usually when they're very happy. These creatures' development is rather strange - as their baby stage is more of a "move-able embryo", which grows and changes until it finally reaches it's "adult" stage, which is the equivalent (for most creatures) of a baby.. only for them, they're able to breed. The final stage is their most mature stage, where they've finally finished growing in all their fur, and can move about rather easily - with swift and long hops.Behavioral Study:
These creatures are completely non-aggressive. They were designed to have very friendly and docile behaviors - so that they can be easily handled, trained, and bred. It is rumored that there are differences between male and female, that will show up as the creatures age.Suggested Uses:
These creatures were designed to be bred by the every-day person. Because of their docile and affectionate nature, people often like to have these creatures as household pets. Breeding is also a way of competition for most people - to see if they can get the most spectacular colors. Breeds
v1- The v1 came in first, second, and third generations, as well as a few special colors. First Generations were the basic orbaru- Red, Blue, and Yellow. The Second Generations were the mixtures of these, orange, purple, and green. The Third Generations were the Terran, Sherbet, and Venom. The special orbaru were the Brown and Alibno orbaru.
Shadow- The shadow orbaru is a vsc breed for v1.
Orbaru v.2- If you use a special potion on your Orbaru - it may very well turn into a v.2 Orbaru!
Battle/Mutant Orbaru- If you use a special potion on your Orbaru - it may very well turn into a Battle Orbaru! These Orbaru are
HUGE! No really, they're about 7 feet tall, and have a terrible temper, in fact - they're the only Orbaru variety
that can actually battle, and they don't mind doing so at all... Those feet? Yeah, they kick hard!
Zombie Orbaru- If you use a special potion on your Orbaru - it may very well turn into a Zombie Orbaru! WHY would you ever
do that to your Orbaru?
"Baby" Orbaru v.3- You must not have taken very good care of your Orbaru when they were breeding... Hm.. well, unfortunately,
the "Baby" orbaru (akin to the original babies), are un-able to breed or pass on their genes... too bad.
"Juvie" Orbaru v.3- You must not have taken very good care of your Orbaru when they were breeding... Hm.. well, unforunately,
the "Juvie" orbaru (akin to the original babies), are un-able to breed or pass on their genes... too bad.
Orbaru v.3- If you got one of these through breeding, then congratulations! You've succeeded in breeding two Orbaru
together to get a marvelous offspring! Playful, cute, and fairly fluffy - the Orbaru v.3 is the new standard!
Bubbly v3- You got one of these? Wow! Your orbaru parents must -really- love you to give you such happy babies!
Sloth v2- You got one of these? Wow! Your orbaru parents must -really- love you to give you such content babies!
Aaarg Orbaru v3- Oh dear god... How... DID you get this thing?! I pity the Orbaru that had to... you know... well, that's besides
the point.. uh.. congratulations on getting such a... unique.. baby.
Ebil Orbaru v3- Oh dear god... How... DID you get this thing?! This thing is Ebil, EBIL I tell you! Well, at any rate,
congratulations on getting such a... unique.. baby.
SD Orbaru v3- What did you mix together to get this? Well, the results are very cute, that's for sure - keep up the good work!
Silky Orbaru- What did you mix together to get this? Well, the results are very fluffy, that's for sure - keep up the good work!
Post by Renathan on May 25, 2019 0:09:20 GMT -6
Species Name: Kairfuryoo
Species Number: N/A
Pronunciation: Care - For - You
Breeds Available: Azure, Blush, Lavender, Aurulent, Choco, Tux, Nurture, Ember, Corbie, Dusty, Tickled, Minty
VSC Breeds: None
Feral Breeds: None
Super-Rare Breeds: Kair
Stats: (Located in Veil)
Ah... So you've stumbled across the page for the Kairfuyoo's eh? You may be wondering what a Kairfuryoo is, or, you may recognize it still from the "Nest of the Kairfuyoo"... Sadly, the Kairfuryoo that cared for that nest has long since left - but there are other Kairfuryoo! And you might even be able to convince one to follow you home!
Kairfuryoo are intelligent. So intelligent that they can understand human languages with a little practice - but they can't speak them... Sadly, they are incapable of such... but rumors have it that some are talented enough to learn some sorts of sign language, or other simple communications.
Kairfuryoo seem to have a single drive... The need to take care of eggs. They will go to such lengths to satisfy this need in fact, that they go as far as to steal eggs from unfortunate creatures to take them home and hatch them... Sadly however, once the eggs hatch, the parental instincts die with it - and the helpless creature is often ignored, making way for desire of more eggs. This behavior allows them to become quite skilled thieves.
Adult Kairfuryoo have recently started flocking to the Labs in search of two things it seems... Companionship (they may follow you home) - and eggs... Protect your eggs from them at all costs! These little knee-high feathered goblinish creatures will not hesitate to put the snatch on them! This behavior might come in handy if you have one as a companion however... I mean... The world's best egg care-taker. There doesn't seem to be any differences between breeds aside from color (and rarity)... Azure and Blush being the most common - and the more rare breeds being Aurulent and Lavender... There are rumors however, of an Ashen breed... but those are just rumors, right? If you happen to have a Kairfuryoo follow you home, you may wonder what to feed it... Not to worry, I'm sure it will be right at home; caring for your eggs, sitting on your couch and watching tv, and raiding your refrigerator... Not to mention stealing all shiny objects and left socks in your household, then hiding them beneath your kitchen counter...
You know, if you were to breed Kairfuryoo - you would not only get baby Kairfuryoo, but you may also get a highly rare and prized Kair!
There are several breeds on site. Check them out?
Post by Renathan on May 25, 2019 0:14:09 GMT -6
Species Name: Lotine
Species Number: N/A
Pronunciation: Low - Tine (like "fine", with a "T")
Breeds Available: Common
VSC Breeds: Twilight, Black Lotus
Feral Breeds: None
Super-Rare Breeds: Lilly, Blossom, Opal, Lola
Stats: Located in the Garden Creatures
Preferred Habitat: The Lotine always dwell in the water.. Usually fresh-water, as opposed to salt-water.. They are capable of going onto the shores, but only for short periods of time. Lola however, have the unique ability to "swim" through the air, not just the water.
Diet: These creatures usually eat aquatic plants, insects, and on rare occasions, small fish.
Call: The Lola is completely silent (though all owners claim they can speak to you without sounds.. telepathy of some sorts..?).. The Lotine however, is renowned for it's beautiful song. Only those who have heard it can truly understand, and sometimes call it a likeness to the Siren's Song... Though most likely, it's similar to a whale...
Special Care Needs: These creatures are perfectly capable of taking care of themselves.. However, great fruits (or rather berries) are only borne to those who take very good care of their Lotine.
Biology and Anatomy: Coming Soon...
Behavioral Study: The Lotine and Lola are considered to be rather serene creatures - and rumored to be related to aquatic dragons.. Dragons of mist. They're non-aggressive, and usually quite secretive and shy.
Suggested Uses: These creatures are not only a beautiful addition to any aquatic garden setting, but they're also a "collectors item" of sorts.. many Lotine are very well cared for, so they may produce the most exotic of Lola.
Common: The common lotine is just that - common. They seem to be eternally available for adoption, and have the most "droll" of coloration, but don't let that fool you! They're just as mystical as the other breeds!
Black Lotus: The Black Lotus Lotine is not as (genetically) as powerful as the Twilight - but many people prefer it's darker nature.
Lilly: The Lilly Lotine may be purchased from the Herbologist's Delight when they're in stock. They are more rare than the Blossom Lotine, which can also be purchased there - but that's probably because they have superior genes.
Twilight: Of all the Lotine that can be "easily" acquired - the Twilight is the best.. genetically speaking.. they only like to come out at night - and love to watch the stars.
Blossom: The Blossom Lotine may be purchased from the Herbologist's Delight when they're in stock. They are more more common than the Lilly Lotine, which can also be purchased there - but many people prefer their coloration to that of the Lilly.
Opal: The Opal Lotine is by far the most superior Lotine, in every single way. It was also only available as a (very hard to get) War Prize during the first war.. You don't happen to have one, do you?
Lola: The Lola are the result of taking care of your Lotine very well... As this is what the Lotine will produce. They emerge out of the Lotine's berries, and are very empathetic creatures, that float in the air by magical means. They're quite peaceful creatures.. Do you have one? Or are you trying to collect them all? It's rumored that there are 50 different Lola colors in total.