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For whom the bells toll the Shy Bell Drake

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Owner: crzyanimemom
Name:For whom the bells toll
Species:Bell Drake
Gender: Female
Orgin: Unknown
Season: Summer
Time: Afternoon
Birthdate: 12-09-2013 23:34:40

For whom the bells toll has a Cinnabar Gemfly to play with! They have bonded 6 times.

Your hatchling has finally reached adulthood, and it only wants to hang onto its bell that you have given it. If another creature goes to bother it, it will take the bell and shake it until the offending creature leaves it alone. It also loves to hang around in small bushes and shrubs, often trying to catch and eat small birds.

Bell drakes are known for their odd habit of hoarding small round objects in the wild. When found in the castle though, they are often found with small bells and other jingling objects. They prefer to hoard these small objects to throw or annoy any of their attackers or any sort of creature that may find them a suitable meal. When in the wild, they often will have a small pile of round pebbles and rocks that they store in makeshift nests made out of small sticks and leaves. Often, they make these nests in small bushes and shrubs, and use this location to their advantage. They will take their rocks and lie in their nest until an unsuspecting bird finds their lair a suitable perch, and they then will often throw the rocks at the birds until the bird leaves, or they catch their prey.

Drakes are described in the old lore as being bulky, flightless draco who possess a distinct lack of smarts and flame. In the new world, they still fall under this description, but drakes may have large, useless wings that may be used to swim with or used as a way to attack and protect their owner. They still are often confused for dragons, and many a time a drake has caused a bought of panic in a village for fear that the town may burst into fire.

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