Frozen Female Hatchling
Species: Ebbene Shark
Ebbene hatchlings must be carefully tended – it is at this stage in their life that their powers fully come into being. It is important to train these creatures to block most of what they see, lest they become overpowered with images. In the wild, only half of the ebbene hatchlings born survive to adulthood, but it is rare for a hatchling to die when tamed. These little ones are not particularly social towards humans, and delight in hunting for their own food. Ebbene hatchlings are more self-reliant than other young, and take to the seas early in life, learning to hunt in packs alongside the adults of their kind. They are not as vicious as their parents, however, and can often be seen leaping from the water, busy at play.
There are three magical creatures that possess the powers of sight: future, present, and past. Ebbene sharks can lay claim to the present, allowing their magi companion insight to the workings of the world. The females of this species have eyes growing all along their bodies, and are able to witness actions taking place halfway across the world. This power is incredibly important when in battle, as it can give the upper hand needed to defeat the enemy. The males of this species also have visions, but are lesser in power than the females, without as many eyes. It is also the females who lead the herd, their brighter coloring making them easy to pick out from the others. Non-magical sharks are mostly solitary creatures, but these sharks share their kills and mate for life. They are always predators, even when tamed by magi, and are also much large in size than their non-magical cousins. Spanning nearly sixty hand spans, ebbene sharks are both physically impressive and intimidating.