Twinky Mango the Melancholy Mango Wyrm


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Owner: Balloon
Name:Twinky Mango
Species:Mango Wyrm
Gender: Female
Orgin: Unknown
Season: Winter
Time: Afternoon
Birthdate: 02-24-2014 23:06:51




Your hatchling has grown into an adult, and for some reason it now sports a pair of useless wings that do not aid it in any activity. It still steals fruit from your other creatures, but it now takes it outside to its rotting fruit pile. It does not seem to get fruit from any of the orchards or plants in the surrounding area, which often makes it be hated by your other creatures. It often will wander up to your room when it is under the effect of the rotting fruit, and you often have to bar your door to keep it out until it wears off.

Mango wyrms are one of the most alarming species of dragon, constantly binging on rotten fruit that will make them go into a drunken stupor. They are often kept away from cities and streets due to the fact they are large enough to tear up infrastructure if they bump into it on their clumsy walks. They will often hang around fruit vendors in the open air markets, waiting for a chance to steal any fruit that may be dropped or left unattended. They are often despised by many for their lazy, carefree behavior and to obtain one, you must prove your ability as a mage to care for it and prevent it from resorting to thievery.

Wyrms are large, serpent like draco who may possess only back legs and have large, useless wings, or may be completely limbless. Their main forms of attack are biting with a poison bite, or with some limbless varieties, stinging with a toxic laced tail. They are usually found in desert or arid regions, hiding in the scrub and waiting for their next prey. They are also characterized by their strict diet of raw meat, and the fact that they refuse to eat any meat that has been cooked or is not fresh. Due to this, the old way to tell a wyrm from a wyvern was to offer it cooked meat and see if it took it.








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