Female Hatchling

Female Hatchling
Name: unnamed
Species: Blueberry Pygmy Wolpertinger
Birthday: Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Owner: cyberdeer

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Stage Progress: 10.13%
Overall Progress: 55.06%

Young pygmy wolpertingers have an insatiable appetite when it comes to sweets. They will consume large quantities of sugar only to fall asleep soon after. It is a cycle that repeats on numerous times during the day and magis who keep these as companions must always have desserts at the ready, otherwise they will find their wolpertinger asleep along other of their kind, piled in a half empty bag of sugar. When awake and not eating, wolpertinger hatchlings will play without a care, using their energy in bursts of speed, toppling each other or if in the mood of a prank, licking the icing of a dazzled magi's cupcake.

Every end of winter is marked by the arrival of pygmy wolpertingers, their presence and sweet scents considered a much needed change after the cold seasons. Despite being creatures that thrive in the wild moving at incredibly high speeds, pygmy wolpertingers have the tendency to stick around warm homes when the spring season starts as everyone prepares for the vernal celebrations. Magis are no strangers to these creatures as they will flit around the Keep and find their way into the kitchens and pantries in hopes of discovering the sweetest delicacies. No bigger than a ball of yarn, they will squeeze their way through the tiniest cracks only to reach a leftover dessert, or in case of negligence, an entire room full of sweets, decimating it in a manner of minutes. Hiding the sweets in the highest or narrowest of shelves will not help in the slightest, their hummingbird-like wings allowing them to expertly reach the most impossible places.

Sprite art: Mysfytt | Description: Real