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Unnamed the Sour Bihalfva

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Owner: haineeezinha
Gender: Male
Orgin: Creche
Season: Spring
Time: Night
Birthdate: 01-06-2017 01:32:07

Your hatchling has grown now, and it is large enough to be used as a steed, although it is not fond of you using it as such. It will instead phase out and teleport just a few feet to make you fall straight onto your back at random instances, so you prefer to let it alone. It uses the frills on its neck to express its feelings, and will puff up to show its anger, and flatten it to show its disapproval or sadness. As such, you've grown quite close to it, although it looks quite dangerous. The large foreclaws that it possesses are used to dig up roots and grubs, not ripping into flesh that many common people assume it does.

Bihalfva are only found during late seasons of the tenth year, and as such are considered fairly rare. These split dragons, despite their large claws and scary looks, are fairly harmless draco. These majestic animals possess a unique magic, the ability to transverse the veil through a form of teleportation. The magic these splits hold is mysterious, unknown by any mages. These draco are able to transfer themselves some ten miles, but they do have limits. They cannot travel, or even touch the the shade, and they simply uncontrollably teleport to a random location when this occurs. As such, mages who hope to travel the shade should not try to bring one along.

Twin draco are a curious and strange breed of dracos, known for their multiple heads. These multiple heads often argue and fight with each other, though they often use their multiple heads to confuse and annoy their prey. Often it is said that if a head of a twin is cut off, another will grown back in its place. With some species, it is said that sometimes over two heads may grow back in its place. Twins are often found in forested areas of the veil, due to the fact that they often are able to put their bodies behind a tree and hide it and use their multiple heads to scare off any predators by making it seem that there are multiple creatures surrounding it. Some species have also been found to have a modified variant of a head, that appears to be a sort of vine with a mouth instead of a full face.

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