Birthday: Monday, February 27, 2012
This egg is extremely hard, but it already appears that a horn and tail have emerged.
Despite their appearances, brontotheriums have sweet temperaments. It takes a great deal to drive these placid creatures to anger, but once they have been provoked, it is better to stay away until the calm down on their own. When threatened, they will try to trample their enemy with their sheer bulk, and the sight of one coming head on is enough to force most enemies to flee. Their size is not their only weapon - a brontotherium also boasts a pronged horn that can prove deadly. This split horn is used for battle, and to attract females during the mating season. Brontotheriums develop these horns early in life and do not shed them. Like other magical creatures, they have a special liking for a certain kind of magi. In this case, those with earth or nature magics are more likely to have a brontotherium for a companion.