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The Great Beasts

Post by Lunar on Sun Aug 10, 2014 3:43 pm

Dragons

Dragons typically appear similar to large, long legged lizards with massive, bat-like wings. However, there are some other, rarer varieties. Most dragons breath fire, but there are those who can breath other substances instead. Their scales can be any color imaginable. They reach their full size by the age of 3, and are fully mature around the age of 7.
Height at Shoulder: 7-14 feet

Griffins

Griffins are creatures with forequarters of a bird of prey, and the hindquarters of big cat. The majority of them have wings, but there are rarer cases when they lack them. Their coloration usually matches the creatures they are made up, but there are deviations from this. They reach their full size by the age of 3, and are fully mature around the age of 7.
Height at Shoulder: 6-12 feet


Equines

A pegasus has the body of a horse, with the wings of a bird. They typically have the same colorations a horse and bird would have, but there are those with unusual colorings. A Unicorn appears as a normal horse, with a long spiraling horn growing from their head, and move with greater speed than a normal horse. There are also known cases of hybrids, Alicorns, with both horns and wings.

Both reach reach their full size by the age of 2, and are fully mature around the age of 5.
Height at Shoulder: 5-6.5 Feet

Felids

Felids are massive, panther-like felines, roughly the size of a small horse. They are very fast and nimble, but only over short distances. They can be any color or have any pattern that any feline might have. They reach their full size by the age of 2, and are fully mature around the age of 5.
Height at Shoulder: 4.5-5.6 Feet

Canids

Massive wolves, about the size of a small horse. What they lack in speed, they make up for in stamina, they can run for many hours without needing a rest. They are any color a wolf normally is, but they often have oddly colored marks as well. They are not carnivores, but omnivores, eating both plants and meat. They reach their full size by the age of 2, and are fully mature around the age of 5.
Height at Shoulder: 4.5-5.5 Feet

Ursids

Large bears, distinguished from their more mundane cousins by the oddly colored marks some individuals possess. They lack both the speed and stamina canids and felids possess, but are physically the strongest creatures aside from dragons, and are rather fearsome opponents in battle.
Height at Shoulder: 5.5-8 Feet

Hippogriffs

Exceedingly rare, the offspring of an equine and a griffin. They have the forequarters of a bird of prey and the hindquarters of a horse. Like their griffin parents, they may or may not possess wings. They reach their full size between the ages of 2 and 3, and are fully mature around the age of 6.
Height at Shoulder: 5.5-9 Feet

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