Male Hatchling

Male Hatchling
Name: unnamed
Species: Mnemosyne
Birthday: Monday, January 1, 2018
Owner: RobotChimera
Mother: unnamed
Father: unnamed

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Stage Progress: 5.82%
Overall Progress: 52.91%

Hatchling mnemosynes are unable to produce memory orbs until after their first year of life, when they're approximately halfway grown. Some magi theorize that this is because a creature without memories of its own cannot see the memories of others. After their first year, they begin to produce orbs but can only show small memories until they're fully grown. Hatchlings are more affectionate than their parents and like nothing more than to cuddle up with their magi on a bed or couch - at least until they get too big. As with the adults, hatchling mnemosynes should have a partner by the time they're ready to produce memory orbs, but before then, hatchlings enjoy playing with many others of their kind, sometimes roaming the halls of the keep in packs to poke their noses into anything that seems interesting.

Mnemosynes are beautiful but mysterious creatures, balanced equally between the light and the dark. In order to keep this balance, magi should always have an equal pair of mnemosynes; although they are neither good nor evil - despite their appearance - they are unable to create memories without a partner. When together, mnemosynes can use the orbs they create to allow magi to access memories, either happy or sad depending on which mnemosyne creates the orb: females allow access to sad memories, while males allow access to happy memories. Large but placid creatures, mnemosynes resemble dragons but don't seem to feel a kinship to the other species, preferring the companionship of their chosen lifetime partner and their magi. Mnemosynes are attentive, kind parents, and will always produce and raise two hatchlings at a time, one of each gender.

Sprite art: Xenomorph | Description: Sochitelya