A bestiary page showing both acquired and unacquired familiars.
is a record of the
a player has obtained in
. It shows the description and picture of every familiar that exists in-game, whether the user currently has it or not; unobtained familiars' pictures will be greyed out, while owned familiars will be in color. The bestiary also keeps track of what level of bonding the user's familiars are at, shown under its description.
However, the bestiary only counts familiars that are currently in the player's
hoard or vault, or are equipped to their dragons. So in order to officially "complete" the bestiary, a player must have all familiars in their possession at all times.
A familiar's bonding level stays the same even if a player sells (or
melts) it and gets a new one—the level is stored on the account, not the individual familiar itself.
List of Familiars Edit
As of November 4th, 2018, there are 705 familiars in the game.
Click expand to view the lists for each letter. Use "Ctrl" + "F" ("Command"+ "F" for Macs) to search for a specific phrase or familiar when the section is expanded.
These observers cluster around ancient aquatic ruins. They may change color to blend with their surroundings.
It is recommended to stay as far from these hostile creatures as possible -with the exception of plague dragons, who have a natural immunity to serpenta venom. (Colored by autumnalis.)
While they appear non-threatening, dragons take care not to let this spectral creature pass through them.
A backwards thinking creature.
A slarg must keep its skin moist to stay hydrated and avoid suffocation.
This distinctive moth has deep reds and purples running through its leafy wings. It's difficult to classify as purely flora or fauna.
Sometimes dragon eats fish. Sometimes fish eats dragon.
Warped by unstable energies, these arcane-infused ursidae lose all sense of reason when angered. (Colored by LadyKianna.)
The constant electrical charge that permeates the warm air of the arid savanna acts as an energy boost to this already spry creature. Catching one is extremely difficult.
The most crotchety of fungi. As it ages the outer shell becomes crackled and hard as stone.
A blessing and a curse, donning this armor will increase one's martial abilities, but also one's taste for battle.
This peculiar statue wasn't standing there when you last looked, and it certainly wasn't posed in that way either. Don't turn your back. Don't look away
Nekomata sleep with their eye open. It's as disconcerting as it sounds.
Two heads are better than one, except when they're connected to two stomachs. Food fight!
Ewwww... gross! Yuck! The upholstery is definitely the wrong color.
Feasting a diet of crystal-scaled fish has had a dramatic effect on the plumage of this crane.
Thousands of years of evolution have granted this bat hardened armor to protect against falling magmatic debris.
It is arguable whether the armor makes the owl more or less deadly. Without the armor their flight is nearly silent.
You'd think that, as a serpent, having hooves would be a detriment. You'd be wrong.
A gnarly, vicious land spider that is more at home on the cooled lava than you are. There is definitely reason for concern.
Aspen Gall Dryad
Dryads will attack dragons that attempt to cut or harvest any piece of their grove.
Keeping an Augite creation in good working order involves semi-regular patching and allowing the creature long stretches of slumber.
This variety of pangolin is known for a vibrant shift of color, each unique to the individual. (Colored by biskitten.)
The autumn dryad is often seen guiding local fauna to burrows or caves so that they are protected from the approaching colds of winter.
This shiny arthropod is a deft swimmer; it is quite a treat to see one swirling and twirling down a creek during the waning sunlight of autumn.
Autumn Sea Dragon
These creatures will conceal themselves among sea grasses, adding a touch of autumn color to underwater fields of green.
Sure, 'collector's item' you might say. Might we suggest an axe that doesn't have teeth and eyeballs?
Baku are able to walk both the physical and ethereal plane.
Little is known about how the Bamboo Phytocat's physiology evolved, but one thing is for certain: watch the reeds as you walk.. (KS-sponsored by kiohl.)
The banded owlcat moves silently, both in the air and on the ground.
Always thrilled to play, this bright canine is the perfect distraction for a lair full of tireless hatchlings. (Colored by Cynderbark.)
It's not unheard of for dryads to form alliances with nature dragon clans.
A creature with a natural sense of humor, it's not uncommon to see a few Barred Skira trying to blend into a Rambra herd.
Basalt Vent Hop
This springy lizard uses its powerful legs and the reliable burst of hot air from magma vents to quickly traverse lava floes.
A basilisk's gaze can petrify even the hardiest Earth dragons into stone. Staring contests with this familiar are not recommended.
Never surrender. Never shave. (Colored by Akitaxzero.)
This species of fish is known for its ability to rapidly change color. Rather than blend in, they seek to intimidate and infatuate their target.
A mix of many rare animals. It can interbreed successfully with species that compose its makeup
Black Dwarf Unicorn
This dwarf unicorn has lost its magic. Its once shining coat is dull and blackened. The horns of black unicorns are worthless.
A number of Winter Wolves never lose their summer colors. These individuals are uncommon and generally smaller than their snowy-coated brethren.
Blackwings are one of the largest species of hummingbird. When in flight, their wings make a distinctive buzzing sound.
These creatures spend their early lives swimming in shallow riverbeds. When they mature their fins will have elongated enough to facilitate flight.
A creature of uncommon tenacity. It collects blight for its patron.
This iridescent beauty becomes even more colorful once it takes flight.
A strangler in bloom is at the end of its life cycle. It is ready to reproduce.
Where the common Quetzeel is found primarily in the deep seas, the Blotched Quetzeel has strangely made its home in marshes, bogs, and lagoons. Watch where you step!
Blue Tang Hippogriff
Regarded as a top-tier predator of land, sea, and sky, blue tang hippogriffs are at home in any environment.
Blue Vein Pansy
These flowers fend for themselves, uprooting to seek sunlight, shade, and water as required.
Though Serthis are dangerous enough with their unmatched cunning and lightning fast reflexes, they're even more deadly with the right weaponry.
The bluefin charger hunts on thin ice. It will charge its prey, breaking the ice beneath their feet, sending it to a watery grave. The charger itself is semi-aquatic.
The static cling is so strong that dragons wearing apparel may end up with several chipskinks affixed to their clothing after wandering through dense brush.
Aviar possess complex vocal chords, enabling them to perfectly mimic the calls of local predators and prey. (KS-sponsored by ZeSethis.)
Believe it or not, the tint of this mammal's tail is not natural. Bluetail Skira spend much of their day lounging halfway into ponds and lakes where blue algae likes to mingle with their fur.
Although frightening to look at, bone fiends mostly keep to themselves and the piles of calcified remains that they have collected.
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A creature of uncommon strength. It collects boulders for its patron.
A colony of bramble guardians is sure to keep any lair warded from tiny intruders.
Brightwing Dwarf Hainu
It's not uncommon for these rambunctious canines to get completely distracted by their own beautiful wings. Snap out of it, boy! (Colored by Solarstar.)
Naturally gifted with a photographic memory and a phosphorescent mane. (KS-Sponsored by Mythka.)
Brown River Flight
A fastidious and precise familiar. The brown river flight is not capable of true flight, but its powerful wings propel it through the water at great speeds.
These otherwise passive insectoids become enraged if you pick their flowers.
Brush dodos will stand perfectly still when they encounter a dragon; this remarkable adaptation will ensure the survival of the species.
Bubble Brook Gecko
A lovely little lilypad... that moves... and eats things that land on it... lovely... (Colored by Kizmetto.)
A creature of uncommon charm. It collects bubbles for its patron.
The wings of this mantid never become large enough to facilitate flight.
Buff Laced Cockatrice
Don't tell this cockatrice it missed -and will always miss- leg day. It's plenty buff! (Colored by Whompus.)
Buzz buzz, buzz buzz buzz.
This species of caiman got its milky coloration from keeping to dark underground rivers. (Colored by AlpineHell.)
A valuable part of the woodland ecosystem, stranglers will break down organic material rapidly.
A thick, romantic accent and welcoming grin enchant your senses. You feel like a guest here, but can't quite let your guard down.
Candy Cockatrice will only develop brilliant colors if fed a steady diet of concentrated sugar. The colorful ones don't live very long... (Colored by Jasp.)
Xolo, Xolo, Xolo, Xolo, Xolo, Xolo, Xolo, Xolo, Xolo, Xolo.
The brilliant plumage of male cardinal hippogriffs is scrutinized by potential mates.
The carmine serthis' scales present a particularly rich shade of red after it has freshly molted.
The dreaded carrioncorn is said to stampede in massive herds throughout the Abiding Boneyard, sometimes locked in vicious battles with resident vultures over rare food sources.
Larger than the average mith, ceanothus miths frequently train to act as the vanguard of their fellows.
Resembles a creature of draconic legend from a distance. Up close it merely looks delicious.
Asking a centaur archer ’What’s your sign?’ is a sure way to put one on your back that reads ’target’.
So the experiment was not exactly a success...but somehow you cannot bring yourself to dump the results. Is... is it smiling at you?
A blend of lion, goat, and serpent, the chimera is a dangerous foe. It's giving you a funny look.
No acorn or insect resembling an acorn is safe.
These little guys get into everything. It's worth the time it takes a dragon to ferret-proof its lair.
Step 1: Draft blueprint of robotic guard. Step 2: Revise until prototype is obnoxious and hilarious. Step 3: ??? Step 4: Profit.
An industrial symbiote to clans in the Ashfall Waste, cinder miths can sometimes be found working in tandem with metallurgists and blacksmiths to produce tools and weaponry. (Colored by Craven.)
A creature of uncommon bravery. It collects cinders for its patron.
A playful loach capable of superheating the water surrounding it for half a meter.
Citrine Cave Jewel
Colonies of these tiny lizards live deep within Dragonhome's cave systems. The glowing fungus they consume contributes to the lizards' bioluminescence.
As it ascends into the heavens, the clicks and whistles it emits can be roughly translated to ’So long and thanks for all the fish.’
A creature of uncommon curiosity. It collects clouds for its patron.
A playful species of raptor named for their hide-and-seek behavior among cloud banks. (KS-sponsored by Vahilor.)
Up until recent memory, clouded miths were clouded myths. Their numbers have increased a great deal in the last century. (Colored by Hallea.)
The clown charger's skin is poisonous. Most dragons consider eating them to be more trouble than hunting them.
A towering yeti with huge meaty fists. Under its gruesome exterior, there's a heart of gold. Or a thousand digested dragon bones...
Don't let the Cockatrice's amusing gait fool you, its screeching crow can freeze a dragon in place.
The hidden labyrinthine home of the Serthis is decorated with intricate masonry like this, said to be enchanted with the souls of warriors long past.
The common podid has uncommonly good taste. Or tastes uncommonly good. It really depends on who you ask.
Long thought to be an extremely rare mutation, two-headed members of this species began outliving their single-headed siblings due to the added benefit of being able to watch for predators in several directions at once.
While unable to turn a dragon to stone, a coral basilisk's steely gaze can hold foolish dragons captive.
This solitary species of bee lives in coastal areas. It is known for burrowing into desiccated pieces of coral.
An unfortunate creature makes for a fortunate corpse cleaner.
Depin native to Fishspine Reef feed almost exclusively on the poisonous species of fish native to area. Their ability to process the poison leaves their food source uncontested.
This tiny lizard feasts on insects and gemstones. One provides significantly more nutrition than the other.
The more luminous specimens consume a great quantity of fireflies. (Colored by LugiaFly.)
These slow, towering plant-eaters carve a predictable route through the savanna, often wearing down a well-trodden dirt path for others of their herd to follow.
A shy violet that will only move when no one is watching. This is a perfectly normal thing to plant in a garden.
Crested River Flight
River Flights prefer to den in water-adjacent caves and tunnels. They've recently begun to infest sewer systems.
Despite its appearance, the Crimson Emperor is not a malignant creature. Its striking coloration is used to ward off predators. (KS-sponsored by Windswept.)
Crimson Reef Snail
The shell of this snail is covered in a variety of colorful coral and anemones. In its reef environment this snail is perfectly camouflaged.
Don't be fooled, the last thing you want is a weapon that might bicker about which way it's being swung.
The bonepriest's crown grows an additional prong with each successful molt.
Both this globe and its fishy patron are likely figments of the imagination.
Knock knock! Who's there? Crystalhide Jester! Who? A turtle cannot write or finish a joke.
When a crystalplate stinger has fallen, it's recommended to clear the area; its passing will attract and enrage others of its kind.
Baldwin might nonchalantly refer to this impossible monstrosity as "the one that got away."
What is this bat's curse? That's for the unfortunate soul who catches this one to discover.
Wavehoppers that do not experience a drought during their tadpole phase never metamorphose into an adult that is capable of leaving the water.
You encountered this centaur from the Dunhoof herd while hunting. She decided to stay with your clan to learn your hunting techniques.
The dappled seal will make short work of the fish that are are attracted by its curly mane.
I always feel like somebody's watching me. Who's playing tricks on me?
These animated guardians have been mobile for too long and must rest or their foliage will wither and die.
This murderous bird is blind save for the large, ominous eye on its chest.
Some consider it a harbinger of misfortune, but most dismiss such omens as old-wrym's tales. (KS-sponsored by Windswept.)
This elusive mammal plunders dragon caves for its insectoid diet. Along the way, it amasses benign colonies of glowing fungus that help provide vision in the darkest passages.
A predator best avoided by all but the largest of dragons, Deeprealm Hunters are capable of diving over six hundred meters deep.
Their impressive collars are used in displays of aggression.
Often misunderstood due to its name, the presence of Dire Vultures often means there is plenty of food nearby.
Rescued from the dinnerplate of a clanmate, this dodo is something special. Or at least you think it is; well, it's your dodo now...
Downy Fox Rat
Though some are kept as pets, downy fox rats are actually a problem for many lairs. They will nest in the walls and spoil a clan's stores.
Dread doesn't even really begin to describe the feeling one should have when this upsetting creature charges.
Despite its fearsome appearance, having a dream eater visit you in your sleep can be a boon, as it will consume your nightmares.
The toxins found in the venom of Driftwood Barons have been used to combat the onset of several strains of Wyrmwound plague.
Dryads are only seen when spring is approaching, waking from yearlong naps to trim their leafy manes.
It is not uncommon to see a Dustfeather Sphinx standing completely still. Don't mistake this for stoicism; it can use this unique stance to store energy to aid it in quick and relentless pursuit of prey.
Dwarf Hainu Macaw
You can teach this pup everything... except how to mimic speech. (Colored by Sandwich.)
Slight and sleek, this unicorn possesses all of the charm, but less than half the magic and size of a true unicorn.
Ectoplasmimes are most often found in haunted areas, hiding between crates, vases, and other furniture. We don't recommend storing anything important inside.
A creature of uncommon ingenuity. It harvests electricity for its patron.
Favored mounts and companions to fae dragons, its antlers make an excellent perch.
This mouse is no more flammable than any other.
Emerald Cave Jewel
One of the few cave-dwelling creatures to possess functional eyes, Emerald Cave Jewels produce their own light source.
Warped by arcane energies, this twisted bird bears little resemblance to its parents. All its eyes are looking in different directions.
Hunters discourage the poaching of these somewhat lazy bears for the emerald-like growths along their hide. Trained, they are excellent lair guardians. (Colored by DirkJake.)
It once controlled a vast empire of mites, but now that it has befriended a dragon it has moved on to greater aspirations.
These swans are easily entranced by each other and by reflective surfaces.
After hours of wrestling, this impressive tome finally comes to rest, lets its pages fly open, and reveals... 300 pages of ways to prepare liver and onions.
These small owls will burrow for gems to adorn themselves with in hopes of attracting mates.
Catching a trickster in the midst of its trick is much easier than catching the spirit itself. It vanishes as soon as it's been spotted.
Jackalope ensnare bits of dry debris to burn when they forage in dangerous terrain. After this fuel has burned out, the jackalope is vulnerable to predators.
Eye of Talona
These deceitful harpies claim to be defectors of Talona, striking out to forge alliances with dragonkind. Little do many know that they are actually her most talented spies.
Though most harpies employ fairly cutthroat guerrilla tactics to battle their enemies, these practiced warriors rely on their years of blade training to press an advantage.
The intricate armor worn by streaks is not natural, leading some dragons to wonder who is outfitting these predators.
Sewer sludge has wrought changes upon the locals...
Fawn Fox Rat
The coats of fawn fox rats are prized for their softness. Luckily for this one you decided to befriend it!
Featherback hunts can quickly turn deadly. These aggressive beasts don't go down without a fight!
Fiendcats are known as one of Sornieth's only feral predatory mammals to cook their food before they eat it. One pounce works to get a good sear going.
The chilled webbing emitted by this nasty arachnid is highly flame-retardant. It is not uncommon for weavers to build massive webs above magma vents to catch careless vent-hopping lizards.
While it won't start any fires, it is attracted to them, and anything that glows.
Grace and ferocity all bundled into one: this fiery feline knows how to battle, and knows how to win.
The Flamescale clan's mysterious magi draw their power from the powerful tectonic activity of the area, culminating in potent spells.
Though already quick as a whip, these skilled fighters can increase their deadliness by hurling their finely-crafted spears to help close range with their enemies.
It's almost impossible to truly incapacitate these grizzled fighters unless you disarm them.
If the heat weren't enough, the mix of boiling hot poisons will likely take care of any would-be assailant.
These imposing carrion birds are actually extremely tender if you're--how do we put this--alive.
As calm and majestic as cerdae look, they must routinely spar to wear down their horns, which grow at an alarmingly fast rate.
A creature of uncommon shyness. It collects flowers for its patron.
The Pukasloth has a pair of webbed wings that are rumored to have once allowed the creature to fly. Nowadays they are vestigial and mostly used for looking adorable.
The yearly nocturnal festivities aren't always consumed by gloom and doom; this very rare and colorful critter surfaces on the shortest days of the year and returns to its burrows as the days start to lengthen.
This automaton has continued to work long after its pilot ran away.
Frostbite dryads are rumored to guide cold-afflicted travelers into deep snowbank traps. Watch your step!
Frostbite hummingbirds are the messengers of the Icewarden. These tiny beings are minor ice spirits and not living, breathing birds at all.
Though they can thrive in a variety of climates, frosted pocketmice are known for their tenacity during harsh winters.
Fuiran are one of the few species in the Shifting Wastes that prey upon Scalebacks. Their powerful jaws are capable of cracking the thick hide.
These creatures leave a trail of vibrant fungi in their wake. Tracking a Fungalhoof Qiriq is easy; surviving an encounter with one is less so.
Known for its patience and wisdom, its anecdotes are only understood by other fungi.
Gale wolves may appear wherever a warm front meets a cold front. During their brief stay on our plane they leave a whirlwind of destruction in their wake.
Larails are a gardener's nemesis. However, they will try and feed on the shells of their fellows, so populations never grow too large.
This enormous decopod releases millions of tiny bubbles from its carapace to ward off predators. But really, who is afraid of bubbles?
This decorated creature uses its barbed tail and powerful wings to fight targets in the air as well as on the ground.
Giant White Toridae
A creature of myth and urban legend! It and its 5,783 cousins are a rare and elusive find.
Quite possibly the most dangerous part about crossing rivers and streams, this quick reptile is content to snap at ankles and tails. Watch for its bright yellow eyes! (Colored by Zangoose.)
These diminutive fish live in shallow puddles. They will use their fins to propel them across short stretches of land.
Glasswings regularly shed their wings. The new growth may be of a different color each time.
The duskrat is actually a closer cousin to the common mouse than a rat. They are extremely sensitive to light and only come out after dusk.
Dragons who choose to bond gold-throated sparrows as familiars often have a difficult time keeping them out of the bellies of their clan-mates.
Golden Bantam Fangar
Bantam Fangar lines have been bred to produce a smaller, stockier cat. Their soft purr can soothe hatchlings to sleep.
Once revered by ancient Manticores, this idol makes a really swell door stop for your lair. Bling!
A shining gold fox that will only deign to accompany the wealthiest of dragons.
Lionsnakes can use stored up kinetic energy in their spiral-like bodies to launch themselves at unsuspecting prey.
The golden porpoise is capable of leaping great distances over the water.
A methodical grooming may sooth a Goldenbeast where music has proven ineffectual.
Goldfin River Flight
River Flights spend nearly twice as much time playing as hunting, but they spend three times as much time sleeping.
Goliath Mountain Beetle
Its long lifespan and natural armor allow this insect to reach enormous sizes. The largest recorded Goliath had a 7m wingspan!
The stony tail of the granite thresher can be used as a weapon to stun prey.
Skira use their long necks and even longer tongues to strip leaves from the highest branches of grassland trees.
This small, squat herbivore is almost too docile and cute to eat. You decide to take it back to the lair and bestow "all the cuddles."
A sandstrike will bury itself until only its spines are exposed. It is an ambush predator.
The reek from an expired greatshell is abominable. Young dragons take great delight in depositing uneaten corpses near the lairs of rival clans.
Even the largest and strongest dragons have a hard time besting a Greattusk; their immense size, weight, and sharp tusks make them formidable adversaries.
One can catch more flies with honey than vinegar - however both of these methods are inferior to using a Janustrap!
This warrior's uncanny ability to mimic draconic speech allows it to repeat the battle cries of its foes.
Grey River Flight
A playful and mischievous familiar. River Flights will often sneak into dragon lairs and abscond with shiny bits of treasure.
These fearful Corven are said to be the shepherds of the lost spirits of recently deceased Talonok.
Breaking the gaze of a grouse basilisk is not too difficult if attacked in pairs; they startle easily!
If one listens very carefully, they can follow the notes of a grove piper's song through even the darkest and most twisted forest maze. If the tune fades, best take a different path.
Is a group of hainu a flock or a pack?
These agile creatures cast dragon-shaped shadows as they dart through the sky. (Colored by Ursus.)
The leaves of this floracat become a brilliant, fiery display before they are shed and regrown each season.(Colored by akitamonster.)
These tough land crabs don't give a lot of sustenance, but they're experts at taking it.
Brother to Sköll, Hati seeks to devour the moon.
A Hawksbill Goliath often out-competes or consumes other aquatic predators in its native pond.
Named for their outer display, heartred croakers are various shades of brown and green on the inside.
While they are at home in the water, hydrenas can often be seen skulking among the dust-parched boneyards of dead Greattusks, waiting to ambush overconfident hatchlings.
Hedgehogs remain at the top of the Most Un-Digestible Snack Food list. It's no speedier than any other hedgehog, alas.
Highfin Sea Serpent
Several times the length of most dragons, these sinuous serpents possess dangerous, spined fins.
While primarily scavengers, Bonepickers will band together to finish off prey that's still got a little kick left!
Hippogriffs are more social creatures than their gryphon cousins. Their ability to consume meat and grain means that more of them may occupy the same territory.
Hippojays are happiest in the sky, but never pass up an opportunity to nap in the grasslands.
A terrifying bearbeast with a really sour expression. I bet it's because there's a bunch of ice shards stuck in his back.
This bird once had only two eyes, but was completely blind. Luckily for the future of the species, it has evolved to possess four additional sightless eyes.
A preferred mount when non-feathered Beastclans need to become airborne. A greatowl can keep pace with most species of dragon in flight.
Will you forget the head-slicing thing?!
It is said that if you cut off the tail of a hydra scorpion, two more will grow in its place.
A creature of uncommon artifice. It collects ichor for its patron.
Imps are notorious for seeking an evil overlord to follow. Left to their own devices, these creatures' unchecked mischief can cause a lot of damage.
Dripping with disease, these hellish hounds disguise themselves as carcasses. They prey on unsuspecting scavengers that come to feast.
Normally, the warning "don't wear a shroud that can whisper" would be enough, but this just goes so great with your new genes.
Ride the iron golem through a storm at midnight; metal!
Its lack of fur should not be seen as detriment, but an amazing opportunity to knit tiny kitty sweaters.
One of the stalks keeps track of where flies will be, while the other monitors where dragons have been.
Jawlockers have sharper teeth than most dragons, and a bite just as powerful.
These raucous birds are known for lifting colorful thread, fabric, reeds, and feathers to weave into vibrant nests.
This large moth feeds by spreading its chlorophyll-rich wings in a patch of sunlight and flapping gently.
The remains of your latest brew are bright blue, which makes absolutely no sense, given what went into it. Ah... science.
During mating season, hundreds of coralclimbers will swim to the ocean's surface, and let out a chorus of chirps. It's very alluring... but only to other coralclimbers.
When resting in crystal, a lesser wisp will slumber contentedly. When loose, they will cause all manner of mischief!
Colloquially known as the 'Bramblepelt', this territorial species of floron is covered in a thick brown outer coat of thorns for the majority of the year. It sheds this coat in the spring.
This fascinating fowl can actually breathe through the plant-like growths along its head and back, which is helpful considering it spends most of its time partially submerged.
A brilliant dancing balloon that chooses to float neither up nor down. Unreliable for a birthday party.
This marble sculpture moves to block the path of anyone trying to pass by.
For the second anniversary it is customary to exchange loga. No one is sure who thought this tradition was a good idea. (2015 Anniversary Familiar)
Impatient, unattended capricats will sometimes eat their food can and all!
A lurefish is a cunning predator. They will burrow into soft mud until only their eyes and lure are exposed. They prey upon the birds who are attracted by their ruse.
These brave longneck equip themselves with a winter coat over their winter coat.
Longneck Magi train for years to master the art of harnessing the arcane energies of the world. What comes naturally to dragons is a rare gift in other peoples.
Often mistrusted, these occult-seeking acolytes wander ruins and graveyards, calling softly to beings unseen.
Longneck Menders have set aside the staff of war and taken up the staff of healing. They support their clan brothers, sisters, and beasts, creating a formidable team.
Though most Longnecks take up tools of the land, some seek higher forms of learning, opting to lead intellectually.
These adventurous trail blazers are sent to scout and map new territories for the rest of their clan.
It takes a patient dragon to raise a Longwing Epiptite from a larvae.
On the brightest of days, these stoic faun-like creatures can be seen traveling between light lairs, building alliances with dragonkind.
This otherwordly insect's wings hum with a soothing melody.
While not appealing to a dragon, its tendril is alluring to other fish.
These impish spectres appear at the edges of one's vision when the nights are darkest. It remains unknown if they truly exist, or if they are a figment of the mind.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the greatest of them all? It's me. It's me isn't it? Confirm!!!
A creature of uncommon intellect. It harvests magic for its patron.
It is difficult to discern these quick lizards from their surroundings. When the heat goes up, bioluminescent membranes in their leathery skin begin to glow a deep red.
The Magpie Sphinx will often try to camouflage itself with the sky of the savanna, which is always a roiling amalgamation of the grays and blacks of the storm season.
A lumbering mass of bones. This shambling horror is draped in rotting cloth and surrounded by a shroud of thick mist.
Dragons once mistook mammertee aggregations for schools of maren, taking care to avoid the waters they grazed in.
The scales of this cobra will stand on end when agitated, creating an impressive mane.
The Maned Rasa's fur winter coat is white. While in its winter garb it is often mistaken for its cousin, the more aggressive Squall Rasa.
Those who venture into deep waters may see a glimmer in the distance: avoid it.
It's a grand thing when a manticore deigns to hang around a dragon.
While one of these tiny manticore may appear helpless, it's friends, family, and former roommates are but a scream away...
Manticore are often hired by other beastclan tribes to perform espionage in thick jungles or dense woodlands due to their exceptional prowling abilities.
Trust the jester for only one night; their nature is ever mischievous.
The brilliant coloring of the marbled serpenta is short-lived; a year after reaching adulthood, it molts and a dull gray coat covers its body. (Colored by weyrbound.)
Some Maren bloodlines carry the ability to adjust the chromatophores in the skin, allowing for a chameleon-like defense.
One must be honorable, fast, and fearless to take up the mantle of currentfinder. Many Maren tribes rely heavily on these champions to find safe paths to new waters.
These warriors stick to the front lines, protecting any civilians and magic users from harm.
Maren do not venture beyond their cities without first sending an advance scout.
Maren Shark Hunter
Specialized members of each tribe specifically keep a look out for larger threatening sharks and whales.
It is tradition for young maren warriors to prove themselves by hunting dangerous sharks and terrors of the deep. The fruits of this hunt provide them with the materials for their weapons.
Those Maren who take up trident and claw are adept aquatic fighters.
Maren Wavesingers maintain a strong connection with the elements, and may guide currents to the advantage of their schools.
Harpies build their nests in many of the same locations where dragons make their lairs. Territory is highly contested.
The ethereal body of this creature is invisible to the naked eye. One may only see a lone bouncing mask floating down a darkened hallway...
Once a marzal ripens, it behaves more like an animal than a plant. Ripe melon marzals will uproot from their parent plant, travel great distances, then burrow to become a new plant.
A disgruntled Melprin is not easily removed from its burrow.
The powerful talons of harpies can crush the bones of their prey.
This buttersnake mimics an angry spirit, or was it the other way around? (Colored by Hund.)
Miniature Sornieth Globe
A miniaturized globe of Sornieth hovering over a polished brass base. Animated clouds move across its intricate surface as it rotates. (Bounty of the Elements Gift - 2018)
The venom of an agitated puffer can cause a dragon to see double.
The wind spirit inhabiting this shell is delighted to have more ways to cause mischief!
Some may find watching mist to be dull, but this Shellion is quite entertained.
Intent on sowing distrust among light dragon clans, this false diplomat travels the Sunbeam Ruins crying fabricated omens.
Enjoys throwing its weight around. Pity that weight means very little to most dragons.
The mock firebird is not a firebird at all. This avian’s plumage mimics the colors of a true firebird to protect it from predators.
To maintain its magma armor, molten wartoads will ingest and melt rocks.
These small golems break everything that they attempt to repair.
Have you ever danced with a crayfish in the moonlight? If not, opportunity is knocking.
Nocturnal, these sentient mushrooms are not interested in the passage of dragons.
Faceoffs between trunkers are a lot like jousting; they use the hard plates along their flanks and legs to try and knock their opponent off-kilter.
Unicorns have always produced Cerdae, unicorns without healing abilities. Recently the birth rate of cerdae has skyrocketed, leaving some dragons to wonder if unicorns are dying out.
Fantastic at devouring pond flora, except that which is deposited on its back.
Mottled Sea Serpent
Maren schools have recently begun collecting Sea Serpent eggs in hopes of domesticating the species.
Decades of study have allowed these scholars to tap into elemental magics previously known only to dragonkind.
These invertebrates may leap from the water and glide short distances. Water clan hatchlings enjoy watching them smack into things.
While the opheodrys serthis' remarks and quick wit are venomous, its fangs are not.
A combination of a bone-crushing squeeze and a powerful front kick is likely what comes at the end of an altercation with this monster.
Fire! Water! Ice! What could these rival elements possibly come together to encapsulate?! Probably steam...
A jumble of bones and magic. When you can't find a familiar, make one!
Paddyfowl are often a nuisance for Sornieth's smaller amphibians, who mistake the paddyleaves along their body as gentle places to rest.
Though some centaur will paint their coats before going to battle, others boast a naturally mottled coloration.
A dancing, skittering dragon puppet, moving without a puppeteer. Or is it?
Racing pangolin may be a bit odd, but every dragon's gotta have a hobby. (Colored by MsBarrows.)
These creatures subsist on a diet of fruit. Their ability to spread seeds across a range is vital to their jungle ecosystems.
Parasitic Fungus releases spores into the air that control the creatures they root in. The chances for a spore successfully blooming are small.
These evolutionary oddities lay eggs but nurse their young. They also chirp!
Pangolin are known for digging their own tunnels and passageways into subterranean lairs. (Colored by Nuuskamuikkunen.)
This aardvark is known for its strange ritual of hibernating above ground in the middle of spring, only to awaken again during autumn. It then spends a very productive winter below ground.
Male peacock scorpions are considerably more colorful than their female counterparts.
With a wiggle and a shake, fast friends you two shall make!
These creatures freeze, then skewer their victims. (KS-Sponsored by Zen.)
These insects are adept at disguising among patches of flowers. They are so adept that other petal jumpers may conceal themselves among their own kind by mistake.
This elusive feline prowls within flower beds, using its natural camouflage for the perfect strike.
Though most peryton flocks nest high on cliffs and in trees, petalwing perytons can be found grazing in huge groups where the southern Starfall Isles begin to splinter and freeze into ice floes. (Colored by Virgo.)
A fiery bird of indeterminate age.
Partially blind, mostly deaf, definitely odorous, and frustratingly stubborn, these subterranean critters are quite possibly Sornieth's worst pet. But just look at that face!
Agricultural dragon clans view the prevalence of these landbound crustaceans as a double-edged sword: a bountiful season produces both a successful harvest and a rampant pest problem.
After Toridae devour large prey items, they burrow into the marsh bed and take root. Water dotted with the blooms of their tails designate plentiful hunting grounds.
These spooky receptacles are said to be the ghostly remains of mimics. (You know, in case they weren't creepy enough.)
A ghastly turkey, gobbling from beyond the grave. This bird was clearly victim of a murder most fowl, strange and unnatural. (KS-sponsored by Madame)
These creatures pollinate and collect, taking care never to harvest all of a plant's blossoms.
Princess Petal Gecko
Believed to have noble blood, all petal geckos are royal. This one is 124,193rd in line for the gecko throne! (Colored by Herumi.)
Swift and strong, these towering creatures will drop to all fours and chase away anyone that threatens their territory.
This species is believed to be a direct descendent of the first species of manticore.
A magnificent animal, returned to the modern world through the powers of science!
Psywurms love a good book. Usually preferring to nap on the one you're trying to read. (KS-Sponsored by Mythka.)
Having developed an evolutionary affinity for water, it isn't uncommon to come across a family of these hyenas floating in lakes and watering holes to beat the heat.
Spawned in The Wyrmwound, this slime has taken on a life of its own. It envelops everything in its path, leaving bones and bare rock in its wake.
Ragamice are not content to scavenge the scraps tossed outside a lair, and will plunder the food stores of dragon hoards.
Sweetpuff and Ragepuff are actually of the same species. Couples typically consist of one of each disposition; one doting parent, and one ball of protective fury!
Be wary of disturbing a hive of Rainbow Sprites. The swarm will protect its home, and retreating to the water will not save you.
Native to tropical wetlands, Rambras are known to charge headfirst into overwhelming odds.
It takes a true master of blades to be able to don so many without an accident.
Although agriculture and animal husbandry are rare on the savanna, some Raptorik beastclans have developed a way to lure herds into traps and enclosures for easy hunting.
Announces their allies and opponents with a flourish. A coveted position in any arena.
These beastclan emissaries act as guides in the great trek across the grasslands. Some tribes have allied with dragonkind to earn a steady income of gold.
The alpha of each flock leads the yearly migration, taking the lead position in the V-formation.
This peculiar fowl collects any unattended eggs it may find, creating a vast nest of pilfered eggs to brood over.
The male red-winged owlcat displays vibrant red plumage across its wings. The female is much plainer, but much more deadly for its camouflage.
Long-standing scientific journalism has stated that this species of frog can only regenerate 12 times, but that has recently been proven false.
When slain, the organic portions of this creature wither away. The remaining armored plates collect energy from the currents and may regenerate a new specimen.
Though incapable of true flight, Aviar are able to glide short distances. (KS-sponsored by ZeSethis.)
Scraped off of the underside of a dock, this river muck appears to be moving...
The squawks of Rivermouth Flatbills can carry for a mile. Dragons prefer not to settle near Flatbill territory; the creatures are nocturnal.
Like a roc, it was strong as it could be.
The imposing form of this great beast can look like a pile of boulders... until it's too late.
Many dragons will attempt to plant their stranglers near others with an eye for desirable color outcomes. However, the stranglers have a mind of their own and will often uproot and move to a place more to their liking.
This imposing-looking caiman is actually more afraid of you than you are of it. (Colored by Prawnlegs.)
Rosy Lake Cormorant
Dragons that keep rosy lake cormorants as familiars must learn to live with the fact that any seafood that was about to grace their dinner plate is in great peril.
Though mythology indicates the dangerous nature of perytons, this species has learned to live harmoniously with dragonkind. (Colored by Nochnyr.)
Empowered by revenge and a strong jolt of electrical energy, this rampaging beast will stop at nothing to trample its would-be captors.
This offshoot species of lionsnake often spends much more time lying in wait than its golden cousin, using thick grasses and its speckled coat to blend into the terrain.
This hummingbird never stops growing. Pray that it is not altered any further.
Fiercely competitive when feeding, collisions between glasswings are common.
An appealing coloration and an almost cute demeanor masks nature's most unlikely beast of bloodlust. Ruffletail tadhops are not to be trifled with.
This golem's seen better days, but it will always be your truest friend.
The sakura owl blooms only once a year. Many forest denizens will journey long distances to witness the event. Not all of the visitors return...
The last to arrive to any scene, this kamaitachi cleans up after its inconsiderate siblings. (KS-Sponsored by Larthan.)
Scalebacks are always smelly, always hungry, and always in a bad mood. They're always a good idea to avoid.
When this ferocious fish is not busy snapping at insects, it can be seen jumping upstream. Even bears know better than to mess with these.
The coat of a scarlet serpenta's vibrant namesake is only red for a two week duration each year. When this change occurs the serpenta is dangerous and unpredictable. (Colored by NeroGravity.)
Scrapmetal Trackers are able to sense tiny bits of metal buried in the earth. They dig up these remnants and bring them to their masters.
This spirit rides in the wake of other kamaitachi, delivering several shallow cuts to anyone unfortunate enough to stand in its path. (KS-Sponsored by Larthan.)
Bits of ocean debris that are incorrectly filtered build up inside of these bicorn whales. Upon discovering a carcass, dragons may find a treasure trove of resources inside! (Colored by Frye.)
This species of hare has flame retardant coat. When navigating scorched terrain, stray embers are frequently caught in its horns.
Seaweed Scavengers will harvest fresh stalks of seaweed to maintain an ideal sanctuary in which to raise their young.
This globule is capable of thinking and feeling and making its own decisions; too bad it will never be taken seriously with a face like that.
For when warning beeps, tones, alarms, whistles, horns, and blasts just aren't enough.
It's difficult to discern what the serpenta is hoping to camouflage itself as, but you're pretty sure it doesn't need to. Run! (Colored by arctictis.)
The spirit of this lamp has been known to throw a hissy fit.
Its deadly natural venom is not the only toxin one must contend with when battling a Serthis.
Scrollkeepers for the Flamescale clan, these studious serthis are careful to protect their writings from wayward embers and open flames.
This potions specialist has been trying to teach shadow magic for five years... but the congregation keeps passing him over for less-experienced Serthis.
The hide of the shale thresher flakes as it grows, forming many sharp ridges.
While not very fast, they are extremely difficult to move, displace, or chip. (KS-Sponsored by Tumblebuck.)
In a stunning natural role reversal, the undead Shatterbone often finds itself center of attention of other carrion birds.
These salamanders will carry their young on their backs from egg to adolescent. They are one of the few amphibians to produce small clutches.
This reflective glop has gotta be good for something. Better hang onto it, just in case.
This spirit has a fiery temper, and charges headlong into battle, knocking down its foes. (KS-Sponsored by Larthan.)
It's really hard to keep your hair looking this good after digging around in the dirt all day. Show appreciation where it's due!
One of the many mutations that this webwing has undergone has left it with luxurious plumage.
Naturally clever, silver ferrets can be trained to steal treasure from rival clans.
The mask of the silver kitsune changes pattern with the phases of the moon.
These stoic creatures are routinely mistaken for elaborate stone-carved statues; they frequently stand perfectly still for several hours, waiting and watching. (Colored by Roro.)
Brother to Hati, Sköll seeks to devour the sun.
This imposing crustacean uses the giant fins of its tail to gracefully swim through the water. It uses its ten legs to hobble very poorly and comically across land.
Flocks of skycats will escort dragons through the Windswept Plateau, flying in the wake of the larger drakes.
Thought by many to be a myth, these timid creatures may only be seen by virtuous dragons. (Colored by Bachuchuru.)
This graceful, celestial bird uses its many supplemental eyes to easily escape anything, from the sneakiest predators to the very best ornithologists.
These noggles subsist on a diet consisting entirely of sewer sludge.
Smoke Gyres often herald the arrival of their much larger, more destructive cousin, the Firebird.
Smoky Bantam Fangar
Dragons bonded to bantam fangar are easily identifiable by the cloud of fur that dusts their scales at all times.
It is rumored that these bewitched furnishings can never truly be extinguished. Once one flame is put out, another springs to life.
Snow Streaks are sometimes found frozen in place after particularly large snowstorms. They are easy prey.
The snowfall elk is crowned by an impressive pair of antlers that are never shed. Elder elk are often brought down by the weight of them.
A creature of uncommon humor. It collects snowflakes for its patron.
This feline rarely grooms - those that do often become stuck! (Colored by kickingshoes.)
A bundle of mismatched parts, levitating in tandem through a musty cloud of dark energy.
This Podid is capable of holding its breath for up to two hours, during which time it will take a nap. Tread lightly in the marsh.
A creature of uncommon joy. It collects sparkles for its patron.
The eyes of the Stormcatcher. (Thundercrack Carnivale Holiday Familiar 2016.)
In a peculiar feat of biological engineering, these rough-hide bats are brimming with a blue-hot internal combustion that can cause an explosion if one is not careful around them.
Speedy is a rebel looking for a cause.
Using deft wings to dart here and there, this magical book just won't let anyone read it.
These beasts of war are outfitted with armor that's nearly as dangerous to its rider as its opponent!
None of the theories about the designer of this freaky furniture have any legs. The furniture itself has, well, plenty.
Would-be charmers would be wise to invest in a clay pot; these spiny serpents shred wicker baskets.
The crystals of Vulstals drop off as the creature grows. This familiar is capable of filling a hoard with riches. (KS-Sponsored by Lune)
Only in the past century have these mysterious leviathans begun to surface. Their origin remains unknown.
This enchanted armor will roam ancient pathways, protecting the road's travelers.
Unusually playful, a faun's interest can result in unintended mischief and mayhem.
Sprangyroo begin their combat training from the moment they are able to stand on two feet.
The thick, downy undercoat of the Rasa keeps it warm and dry during the long winters in Boreal Wood. Dragons prize its fur.
The speckled patterns that dot this antelope's flank resemble a cluster of constellations.
This spirit hovers around The Great Furnace. It is only visible as a manifestation in the vapors of the steam produced by the forges.
These golems are networked together. A pack of steelhounds can threaten smaller dragon clans.
The armor plating on this golem was designed to withstand a cave-in. Deflecting a claw is no challenge.
A single harpy is a rare sight. This one is a scout for a much larger flock.
Males are a rarity among harpies, and are forbidden from taking up a warrior's mask.
Storm Seekers are the heralds of bleak weather. Entire murders of them flock toward approaching thunderclouds and hurricanes.
This talonok creates a distracting display, allowing its allies a greater chance at a surprise strike!
Willing to make the best of a bad situation, these Southern Icefield refugees use their spelled snow to cool the ground where they keep their homes.
The strangler actively hunts once a year. It chokes its prey and buries the body. It will take root in soon-to-be fertile soil and rest for another year.
Sunbeam Dryads are only awake during the day. It's safer to travel through their territory at night.
A lasher rarely leaves its den, preferring to wait for prey to arrive at its doorstep before striking.
These raptors are an aggressive variant of Clouddancer. Young hatchlings have fallen prey to their talons. (KS-sponsored by Vahilor.)
Kelpies are omnivorous. If they are able to catch live prey, they prefer to drown it first.
Every year as this swan returns to its nesting grounds, it chooses a new sweetheart.
Lumen no longer require food, drawing all the energy they need from sunlight.
These fluffy creatures give static electricity a whole new level of dread.
While this creation has an impressive stench, it is no more capable of surviving hot tar than other animals. It gets its name from the thick black mucus it produces.
These imposing zombie-vultures can spend weeks perched in the same spot, waiting for sickly creatures to succumb.
Tender Larails will consume all parts of a plant except the seeds, which they carefully bury.
These creatures are in tune with the emotions of their school. They are quick to swarm when agitated.
Tengu will attempt to confuse and lead the unwary dragon astray.
Sent by their clans to seek and bring home their fallen flock lost to madness and confusion, these dusk-traveling bounty hunters seem to be losing their own battle with darkness.
The Thunderstomp uses its great horn as a lightning rod, absorbing minor bolts of electricity from passing storms. This charged energy can then be expelled while the rhino is attacking its adversaries.
Known to sit as still as a statue when they lay in wait, these sentries are capable of leaping into sudden and violent motion.
There's a lesson somewhere in here about procrastination...
No one is entirely sure what these creatures sound like. (KS-Sponsored by Lune)
When sending messages oversea, a tradewinds gull is the bird of choice.
Those who say all that treasure will never keep you company are probably feelin' pretty silly right about now. It's you and your money, goin' it alone!
Be careful where you plant those rare flowers, or you may find they'll get away from you.
Trick of the Light
Did you see that? It looked like a fox! You didn't? Well, it was there a second ago...
Dwarf Hainu come in many shapes, sizes, colors, and volumes. This one happens to be the loudest! (Colored by vulpines.)
A dragon that has closely bonded with its firebug may be able to use its sight for short periods of time. It's a pity its vision is terrible.
This tropical caiman is mostly found basking in tidepools near the sea. (Colored by Parda.)
That groundquake isn't an erupting volcano. Steer clear of the vents if you don't want to play an unpleasant game of whack-a-head.
This warcat is larger than average, and is capable of bearing the the weight of reinforced plate armor with ease.
Watermelon Coleus Gecko
Named for the plants that it keeps free of insects, watermelon coleus are a boon to any garden. (Colored by KCDragons.)
Patrolling the shallows, it sweeps all who would challenge it aside.
Companies of sorcerers working in tandem have been attempting to unravel stray bubbles from The Tidelord's prophecies. Entire schools have gone mad for their efforts.
It's the biggest, and that makes it the best! (It's kind of a jerk about it though.)
The long legs of this unicorn allow it to walk along the bottom of shallow swamp beds, enabling it to easily graze on the aquatic plantlife.
Some harpies prefer solitude to participation in the hierarchy of their warrior society.
Agility and adaptability are a requirement for a harpy courier.
These hardy canines grow incredibly large. Packs of winter wolves run in throughout the Boreal Wood. While not the dominant predator, they are the most numerous.
A good eye and a steady hand are required to shoot while galloping.
In addition to their trusty instruments, these performative centaurs use their voices and a rhythmic tapping of their hooves to spin songs and tell tales.
The wintermane clan is not named for their snow-white mane and tail, but for the leader of their herd.
Only shadow dragons can see wispwillow perytons after night falls. To others, they appear as a jumble of small floating specks of light. (Colored by Xemni.)