Yinouro are the more reserved counterpart to the fiery yangouro, but members of both species get along well when they meet. They have long fuses and are slow to show aggression, but they have also been known to hold grudges and spend weeks or months planning revenge. Many yinouro show artistic tendencies in their ice powers, and lucky magi will sometimes wake up to windows covered in delicate, beautiful art etched in frost.
This brown egg makes you think of cold, still lakes.
Although playful, yinouro hatchlings are more given to calmness than their yangouro cousins, and will happily curl up in big piles with other yinouro around the same age for a nice fluffy nap. They deal well with the cold and enjoy digging out holes in snowbanks to rest in. Hatchlings don't develop their powers until they grow older, but they have a pleasant coolness to them despite their fur that can be a respite from the heat of summer.
An adult yinouro can vary in size from a few feet to a few metres. Whatever their size, they're perfectly capable of supporting their own weight through some magical means, spending the majority of their time floating around head height. Even as adults, yinouro like to cuddle and will often curl up around their magi, though this isn't as pleasant once winter approaches. Once they gain the ability to cast ice and snow, they seem to enjoy finding liquids to freeze, whether this is the local pond, the greenhouse's well, or their magi's fresh cup of tea.
Obtained from: Donation (Dec)
Renaming cost: 20000 gold
Release date: December 1st 2018
December 2018 5-shard Donation Pet
Sprite art: Tekla, Tekla/Lazuli | Description: Sochitelya