Species: Dawn Cinersi
Birthday: Monday, January 4, 2010
This pale egg has a blue gem in the center.
Cinerusi are a unique species of phoenixes, born only once a year. When the moon reaches its fullest, these birds lay eggs that are only able to live if given life through flame. Cinerusi spend all year creating nests that are woven with powerful spells. At midnight of the new year, these nests ignite and the eggs within are gifted with life. This is how new phoenixes are created, and fully grown cinerusi birds undergo a birth much the same. Every thousand years a cinerus is consumed in fire and reborn, to live again with its youth restored. No one knows how long phoenixes are capable of completing this cycle – these birds have never had a natural death; they have only met their end in combat. Because of their long lifespans, new phoenixes do not often come into existence, and indeed their numbers are dropping. So it is that these huge birds have aligned themselves with the magi, so their race can become replenished and their numbers can grow once more.