Unnamed the Charming Auvis




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Owner: Buu
Name:Unnamed
Species:Auvis
Gender: Female
Orgin: Lost Fields
Season: Summer
Time: Morning

















An adult Auvis is immediately recognizable by the brilliant, faintly glowing blue splash of color on its sides. The shape of this marking is unique to each individual and is key to identification, for Auvis have no natural scents. Their vocal range of barks, yips, and howls results in confusion with canids in the area. Auvis form bands consisting of a male, his harem of females, and his young; a boss female leads the pack. Although at first glance, the flames on their tails seem out of place and peculiar, but the fire deters predators; they can also use it to char food to perfection, fight, and to ignite brushfires to clear their grassland home ranges.

In legends, the Auvis is a symbol - and sometimes a passer - of judgment. These tall, peculiar dragons seem to appraise your very being in a single gaze, and they refuse to associate with those of poor character. It is difficult to earn their respect, and this respect must be mutual. Although Auvis can fly, they can only do so by rapidly flapping, and so they prefer to run. Auvis wander deserts and grasslands and can cover miles of territory in a single night. It is only during the nesting times that they remain in one place for longer than a week.

Dragons are regarded to be the most crucial creatures in the forest, due to the many legends surrounding a group of seven who created this world, yet there are no rock solid specimens of proof to suggest this. They are still worshiped by the less advanced villages, and often are given offerings of food and gifts of gems to earn their favor for protection and to hopefully one day own an egg from these majectic creatures. Many species exist, each with their own special powers, but there are many more discovered nearly every day, and we have yet to know why.