Adult Male

Adult Male
Name: unnamed
Species: Scarf Wyrm
Birthday: Thursday, December 28, 2023
Owner: Maskrosen

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Stage Progress: 100%
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Element: Neutral An icon depicting the element Neutral

Scarf wyrms grow to be very long, and are aptly named, as they make for wonderfully soft, always warm living scarves. Some prefer to be just scarves, but others will perch their upper body on their magi's head, serving the function of a fluffy hat too. Adults have learned to control their patterns deliberately, and take delight in changing their patterns, sometimes shifting so slowly and subtly that if it weren't for the different end result, a magi would think no change had occurred. Other times they shift patterns quite quickly, deliberately showing off their ability in mesmerizing changes. Style-conscious magi will teach their wyrms specific patterns, whether to better match a wardrobe or make a big statement, and the wyrms will happily learn and comply.

For a magi who likes to show off their companions and wishes to be warm and stylish while doing so, there is no better companion than a scarf wyrm. Capable of changing their colors at will, scarf wyrms take great delight at riding around on their magi's shoulders and head as living accessories, changing colors on demand to match their magi's fancy. Scarf wyrms have bellies covered in wonderfully soft fur, though they have far finer control over color shifting the warm scales on their back. Their shed fur is collected to make wonderfully soft and warm clothing. It usually takes the cast off fur of multiple wyrms to make a single shirt, and the fur stops changing color once shed, which means the clothes often have bizarre color combinations. Therefore, for magi who care about appearances, the whole wyrm makes for a much better article of clothing. Some magi delight in the strange colors and patterns that result from the varied shed furs, though, and compete over who has the ugliest one.

Sprite art: Xenomorph/Lazuli | Description: Kestrad