Birthday: Monday, May 30, 2011
A baby phoenix has hatched from this egg, orange and red, the colors of fire. Although the egg was burning, the hatchling seems to be safe enough, although it radiates heat. Occasionally it will let out a puff of smoke or shake sparks from its body. Almost constantly hungry, a phoenix hatchling is difficult to keep sated. Worms and beetles seem to make tasty treats, and this youngling spends much of the day hunting through grass for morsels. This baby also has a tendency to crawl into the fire and fall asleep.
Phoenixes are incredibly hot and bright in color. When a Phoenix dies it is consumed in flames, and a new phoenix egg is left in the ashes. Because of their unique pattern of rebirth, phoenixes live for many centuries, and become extremely wise and ancient. As adults, they are beautiful birds with feathers resembling flames, and are extremely adverse to any cold climates. They have incredible mastery over fire, and on a cold winter night will light a magi's fire with nothing more than a glance.