The Book of All- The Sprite Midge Species




Breeding Class:  Pygmy
Locations found:  Creche, Forest
Elemental Affinity: Nature
Rarity: -Very Common
Diet: Insects
Biome: Everywhere
Weight: 15 lbs
Length: 1.5ft Tall / 2.5ft Long
Wingspan:4
Population:2141
The Leafsprite
150 Clicks Required to Grow


Sprite midges are said to each embody an elemental power, and often a mage will collect the respective sprite that their magic mirrors. Sprite midges are creative and will often find unique ways to use their magic, so mages who keep these dragons are often at an advantage from studying and observing the strange solutions these tiny creatures find. A mage without a sprite midge is often either a master or a beginner, as many teachers will even require a sprite midge for class.

While there are eight clans, there are (unless Aszerath is hiding something) only seven types of elemental sprite midges. Dark Clan members will, if they take on a sprite midge at all, either adopt one from their previous clan or try to get by with a firesprite, which at least looks vaguely dark-oriented.
(Extra Information by Mathcat)

Egg 0 to 60 clicks

0 Clicks
This green egg is quite small compared to the others.
10 Clicks
This green egg is quite small compared to the others. A crack has appeared near the top of the shell.
20 Clicks
This green egg is quite small compared to the others. The crack has grown.
30 Clicks
This green egg is quite small compared to the others. The crack now spans a third of the shell.
40 Clicks
This green egg is quite small compared to the others. The crack now spans half of the shell.
50 Clicks
This green egg is quite small compared to the others.The crack now covers the entire front of the shell.
60 Clicks
This green egg is quite small compared to the others. A hole has opened up in the front of the shell and a pair of eyes peek out at you.
Sprite midge eggs are quite sturdy, though their small size would suggest otherwise. While they benefit from a well-cushioned nest, they will not shatter if scowled at.

Hatchling
70 clicks

This tiny, green hatchling is able to grow plants quite easily. It sometimes uses this power to grow its own food.
Leafsprites can grow their own food, but often prefer a few bites of whatever their mage is eating. Very bold ones will steal food right off a fork. They can digest just about anything that a human can, even if their preferred diet is insects, but a mage should still make sure that their leafsprite is getting a balanced diet. Too many bites of chocolate cake will lead to a lethargic leafsprite.

Teen
100 clicks
Female
Male


This tiny, green hatchling is able to grow plants quite easily. It sometimes uses this power to grow its own food. Its grown a frill now and it often will use its power to now share food and feed your other creatures. Your plant-based dragons enjoy its company.
Leafsprites like to give their mages food, but don't always have a sense of their mage's likes or dislikes, or even of what humans can safely eat. Learning sleight of hand is a must to avoid poisoning or hurt feelings. Leafsprites are not particularly malicious, though some have a regrettable fondness for practical jokes, and will be disappointed if they see their thoughtful gift consigned to the trash.

Adult
150 Clicks Required to Grow
Female
Male


Your hatchling has grown and its prowess over vegetation is an incredible benefit for your plant based creatures. They often will accompany your midge on its duties, and will try to get it to use its magic on them instead of the plants it should. It doesn't seem to mind though, and if they do bother it, it just flitters away with its leafy wings.
Some leafsprites help plant-based creatures out of altruism or in return for small favors. Others help because they find watching mages run from colossal lettuce or radish drakes to be endlessly amusing. Leafsprites are avid gardeners and will recruit creatures they have helped to defend the garden from thieves. Occasionally, they get so invested in keeping the garden safe that they forget that the mage who planted the garden deserves some of the vegetables.





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