Female Hatchling

Female Hatchling
Name: unnamed
Species: Sakulata
Birthday: Monday, January 15, 2018
Owner: Butter

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Stage Progress: 49.67%
Overall Progress: 74.84%

A sakulata hatchling is wobbly and knock-kneed for the first few days of its life, but it grows quickly, reaching its adult size within a year. Hatchlings are generally curious and friendly, but their long tails easily pick up dust and dirt. Fortunately, grooming a sakulata hatchling is a bonding experience for both magi and hatchling, and both will feel calm and relaxed. In the wild, sakulata hatchlings are raised within herds, where both parents and other herd members help to take care of them and protect them from any predators.

Sakulata are a promise of spring in the north, usually appearing towards the beginning of the year to remind magi that winter will end and warmth will return. Graceful but small - most only reach the height of a magi's waist - they also bring with them an aura of calm and acceptance. Magi facing large decisions or problems in their life will often seek out a sakulata to sit beside, where their calming presence can help clear the mind.

Sprite art: Jrap17 | Description: Sochitelya