Dynastis hatchlings are small but make up for their size in curiosity and affection. They enjoy exploring and will happily spend a day in their magi's pocket, especially if they get to climb out every now and then to inspect whatever's nearby. Brindle dynastis hatchlings are the fiercest of the three known types and will often take the lead if in a group; many a too-curious cat or direwolf has been poked in the nose by a male hatchling's small but sturdy horn. When frightened or startled, dynastis hatchlings make a loud shrieking noise which usually scares off most predators and unsuspecting passersby.
Dynastis are found all over the world, each type making its home in a specific location. Brindle dynastis live in forests and grasslands, where their unique stripes let them hide in what seems to be plain sight. Although their wings are beautiful, they're essentially useless for flight and instead are used to communicate; different tones and pitches of their hum can be used to attract mates, signal danger, or just for showing they're in a good mood.
Sprite art: Tekla | Description: Sochitelya