Unnamed the Night Owl Phoenix



Owner: Upper Center
Name:Unnamed
Species:Phoenix
Gender: Male
Orgin: Volcano
Season: Fall
Time: Afternoon
Birthdate: 01-19-2018 18:09:09




Your hatchling has grown now, and not much in its attitude has changed, but it has gotten infinitely more beautiful than looking like a chicken on fire. It is quite large, and when in flight, the long feathers that trail down its tail are a sight to behold, as in the wind, they catch fire. It thankfully, does seem to recognize you as its owner, and is willing to aide you very rarely, but otherwise keeps to its own, preferring preening itself and hunting bugs.

Eastern Phoenixes are the more gaudy of the two base species, adorned with long, trailing feathers that glimmer in the sunlight, and seem to sparkle even in the darkness. The beauty of these birds should not fool you, though, as they are more than capable of setting an entire forest aflame with so much as a word. Thankfully, these birds are incredibly docile, and elusive, only nesting in the volcanoes, and very rarely seen as adults in the wild. To many, it is considered an omen of great luck and prosperity if one of these majestic animals is spotted flying over your house.









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