Frozen Female Hatchling
Birthday: Thursday, January 21, 2010
It is well known that one of the most mischievous hatchlings a magi can raise is the adremeri. They are insatiably curious, constantly getting into everything and exploring. If not for their speed, other aquatic creatures would pose serious threats to these hatchlings, perhaps rightly - nothing is safe from these little ones. Nests and caves where water creatures make their homes are frequently being invaded and investigated. Although extremely active, this adremeri hatchling sleeps for a large part of the day, usually in a pile with other young ones. It's playfulness can be difficult for you when attempting to work - they leap in and out of water, instigating miniature sparring sessions and demanding attention. It is important to reward adremeri, as they are stubborn and difficult to train. They are particularly fond of bananas from the south, and often beg for these favorite treats.
Adremeris are not often seen unless one travels beneath the seas. Wild adremeris live their entire lives underwater, and those who are companions of magi surface only to meet with their owners. While hatchlings live with their parents and learn to hunt early, it is the magi who mostly feed them and raise them. They are skillful hunters, and it is not often that their prey evades them. These creatures can obtain incredible speeds underwater, due to the strong fins upon their backs and tails. They eat much over the course of a day, to replenish the energy that they burn. They sleep in groups, because they are most vulnerable while asleep. If attacked, the whole group reacts, making quick work of the predator with their sharp teeth. Tiny, incredibly hard scales under their fur protect the adremeri against injuries.