Unnamed the Lost Rykier




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Owner: Buu
Name:Unnamed
Species:Rykier
Gender: Male
Orgin: Creche
Season: Fall
Time: Morning

















Your hatchling has finally reached adulthood, and it seems to thoroughly enjoy consuming rocks to sit them back at targets. Often you can see it try to pry off stone from buildings for its ammo, and you have to quickly reprimand it before it consumes the entirety of the wall. It is also one of the fattest dragons you know, its large belly and tail both big enough to support its body weight so that it can rest upon its hind legs at any time. It also seems to enjoy hanging out by the lakes nearby, but you are not entirely sure why.

Rykier are one of the strangest dragons, with their vestigial wings, tiny heads and arms, long necks, and fat bellies and legs. They are seen though as a creature made by the goddess of life, due to a strange story that depicts a dragon that was able to shoot cannon shot, which is similar to the 'flame' that these dragons use. Although their strange bodies prevent them from moving at a quick pace, these dragons are still feared by most people due to their unique flame, which consists of a rock heated to an extreme temperature that allows for it to shoot long distances and easily knock out any prey or enemy. These creatures, though, are not kept by most mages due to their insatiable urge to eat any sort of rock matter.

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.