This egg could be mistaken for a bell, except it is encased in layers of freezing ice.
If someone is purposely looking for a reindeer, it is unlikely that they will find one. Like their kirin brethren, these creatures can move silently if they wish to, leaving no tracks behind. How they accomplish this feat is quite different, though. Calidaes and frigaes reindeer are capable of walking above treetops, their hooves moving as if the air beneath them is solid. Wild reindeer take to the air whenever anyone is near to avoid being seen. This power does not extend to flight, though, despite the wishful stories of some village children. Levitating tires these companions out, and they cannot remain airborne indefinitely. Reindeer at the castle use this skill mostly to find more delectable leaves at the top of trees. For the most part, these companions are content with remaining on the ground, foraging for food like any other creature. However, if one does manage to glimpse a sight of a reindeer in the woods, it is impossible to mistake for a normal deer. Frigaes reindeer have fascinating antlers that seem to be formed from ice. These antlers are stronger than any icicle, though, and protect them from predators. It is best never to touch the antlers, or to only do so for a fleeting moment, while wearing thick gloves. Frigaes reindeer antlers are colder than any snowbank or spell. Anything these creatures touch for long will freeze completely and become brittle, shattering with a light touch.