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Amagnae Perception Advantage ( Creature #1177)

Postby Windi1 » November 23rd, 2020, 12:47:53 pm

APA... Amagnae Perception Advantage... Chat here about what you perceive the next ones will look like.

Last year, we had shiny ones and a contest for the brightest and for the dullest. Every year, old ones are received from drinking (possible) and new ones from the Stream.

I am wondering what they have in store for us this year. Be safe in your travels and stay healthy!

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The new birbs are here! Old Amagnae are beginning to flood the Stream. Olive, Brown and Silver will continue for the next few days. We also have a new one that snuck in. What is it? We will find out.

Olive Amagnae
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This light colored egg is covered with speckles.


Brown Amagnae
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This light colored egg is covered with speckles.


Silver Amagnae
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This light colored egg is covered with speckles.







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This egg is blisteringly hot.


Hatchling: No Dimorphism M/F
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These creatures tend to love soft things, and enjoy cuddling or rolling around on blankets. Young phoenix amagnae can't maintain their heated temperatures as well as they can when they're adults, and tend to burn their offers off very often. Since they are small and somewhat fragile as hatchlings, to keep them safe and comfortable, magi often dress them in warm sweaters while their feathers grow back.


Adult: Dimorphism M/F

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Night M/F
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Autumn is an interesting time for phoenix amagnae. Their feathers burst in fiery conflagrations when they reach their peak temperature, and ashes drift through the halls of the keep as the feathers burn. Magi take care not to let their amagnae fly too far, for if their feathers burn off mid-flight, the poor creature may fall. Interestingly, even feathers that aren't attached to the creature will maintain their heat, and turn to flames and then ash once they heat up. Feathers are sometimes sold as heating devices to be used on long journeys, but must be discarded before autumn arrives.




Sprite art: Mysfytt | Description: Raneth

PrincessOfVampires wrote:Rotation of the sprites.

HATCHLINGS
12am - 6am - male/female - ash
6am - 12pm - male/female - fire
12pm - 6pm - male (fire) / female (ash)
6pm-12am - male/female - fire

ADULTS
12am - 6am - male/female - fire
6am - 12pm - male (ash) / female (fire)
12pm - 6pm - male/female - fire
6pm-12am - male (fire) / female (ash)


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Amagnae Treats (candy corn) Must turn in 2 hatchlings (Brown, Olive, Silver) to get 2 treats (1 of each):
Image turns your regular amagnae into either a Quail Amagnae, Dulcine Amagnae, or a Plectra Amagnae.
Image turns your regular amagnae into either a Domestic Amagnae, Otrovian Amagnae, or an Ocellata Amagnae.

There is a new quest attached to the Phoenix Amagnae! Entering The Keep https://magistream.com/quest/145 , find before you a parchment holding the quest entitled "A Sweet Little Cottage". Enjoy getting the treats from it!
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby Hitsugaya » November 23rd, 2020, 1:41:45 pm

Whats about this Type Turkey:


For the Shop i hope for Breeding Cooldown-Potions and Drinks to get past Turkeys and also Quail Amagnae :D
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby Windi1 » November 23rd, 2020, 1:43:38 pm

Hitsugaya wrote:Whats about this Type Turkey:


For the Shop i hope for Breeding Cooldown-Potions and Drinks to get past Turkeys and also Quail Amagnae :D


Lol... Love the Masked Amagnae!
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby RunningAir » November 23rd, 2020, 7:15:44 pm

I know they aren't turkeys, but neither are quail! I'd love to see Lady Amherst's Pheasants or Ringnecked Pheasants...

Or maybe even Greater Prairie Chickens! I love their neck patches!
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby Arrias » November 24th, 2020, 12:56:27 am

Have we ever had something like this?
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby Airasyraye » November 24th, 2020, 1:08:34 am

Arrias wrote:
Have we ever had something like this?

The first look like Ocelleta Amagnae to me. Bottom ones kind of do, too.

I wouldn't mind all black ones. Or more "hybrid" looking ones like our Otrovian ones, which look snake-like. Like a bat-wing one, or one with antlers.
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby RunningAir » November 24th, 2020, 1:58:01 am

Airasyraye wrote:
Arrias wrote:
Have we ever had something like this?

The first look like Ocelleta Amagnae to me. Bottom ones kind of do, too.

I wouldn't mind all black ones. Or more "hybrid" looking ones like our Otrovian ones, which look snake-like. Like a bat-wing one, or one with antlers.


Ohhh, a black antlered one would be sooo cool!
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby GoblinShark » November 24th, 2020, 3:11:12 am

Three of our current turkeys cover most of the real life variation in turkeys.
We've got a wild, domestic, and ocellated turkey, and those three are it as far as living birds are concerned.
There's the extinct California (and probably a few more even less well-known extinct species) if we're gonna go the turkey route again, but those weren't really too different from the eastern wild turkey when they were alive. Could play it up and go full ice-age saber turkey or something, tho, which I am all for.

The others we've gotten have been a more standard cockatrice in the Otrovian, the two Wugus that seem to take more from some fancy chicken breeds than turkey ones, the Quail which is obviously a quail, a peacock pheasant in the form of the Plectra, and the turducken wasn't an amagnae but it was a thanksgiving poultry so hey it counts.
Going by that list, it looks like the wide world of gamebirds appears to be a possibility. And man, there's a lot of really cool birds to pick from there. :haha:
I'd personally like a guinea fowl. We've got a cockatrice, a couple turketrices, and a quailatrice, but no guineatrice. That's the last of the common land poultry we don't have yet. Tho a duckatrice would be cool too, if we have to break into the waterfowl. :orly:
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby Reima » November 24th, 2020, 3:11:41 am

Hitsugaya wrote:Whats about this Type Turkey:


For the Shop i hope for Breeding Cooldown-Potions and Drinks to get past Turkeys and also Quail Amagnae :D

And so we measure in a competition of social distancing and how far away they're able to stay from others
Or vaccine amagnae, with the number of antibodies

As for something else
I get this slight Basilisk vibe from them, so... What if.... More snake to bird ratio?
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Re: Amagnae Perception Advantage

Postby Arrias » November 24th, 2020, 1:09:04 pm

Ooooooooo a black turkey OR an ice-age turkey would be so stinkin cool! O.o Fingers crossed its something like that this year!
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