Species: Raza Quetzalcoatl
Birthday: Friday, August 3, 2012
A beautiful dark green, this egg has a light green tint to it when light falls on it.
Quetzalcoatls are winged serpents, beautifully colored and capable of flight. To see them flying high in the air, long feathered tails streaming out behind them, is a breathtaking sight. Too small to be ridden, quetzalcoatls can carry messages through dangerous territories or spy out the land, helping magi on their travels. These serpents can sustain flight for hours, and during colder months whole flocks can be seen, migrating. Because they are reptiles, they love to bask in the sun, and their burrows are lined with spells to keep them warm. They create very narrow tunnels that no magi could crawl into, making a virtual maze. It's all but impossible to find an egg in these lairs, so the only eggs not raised by parents were given freely. To be granted one of these eggs is either a mark of your excellent care-giving skills or your determination as an adventurer. Raza quetzalcoatls are a beautiful shade of dark green, with a yellow underbelly. Their wings, only slightly smaller than those of phoenixes, end in dark orange tips, and they blend in with the tropical trees of Raza.