It's best to bond with these little ones quickly, giving them a steady stream of treats and much affection. Left to their own devices, wikken hatchlings become all but unmanageable, sneaking into the kitchens and pilfering food. These little ones can hunt perfectly well on their own, feasting on many small mammals, but that doesn't stop them from stealing from others. The best one can do is to gentle wikken cats a bit, though they refuse to ever be completely tamed.
Wikken cats are notoriously cruel creatures. They delight in spilling important potions, tearing up cloaks, and being nuisances in general. People have tried again and again to bar them from The Keep, but somehow they always find a way back inside. It's not a good idea to throw them out too many times, either, for wikkens are vindictive creatures. Their power is one of transference, and they can make their enemy's lives very difficult indeed. Without ever touching their target, these cats can cause anyone intense pain or discomfort. This magic is done through their odd cloth dolls, which they hide or carry with them almost constantly. Should they drop one such doll in a vat of water, their chosen victim will suddenly find themselves soaking wet. It's no use trying to take these dolls away, either, as retaliation is swift and brutal. Another cat will simply take revenge, or even a group of them. This isn't the only strength these companions possess, either. Those wikkens that do not have one of these small stuffed dolls have another item, one they are seldom seen without. This object is a strange pointed hat, and no one is sure where these hats have come from. Regardless, every other wikken hatchling somehow finds one. Wikken cats with these hats are able to move things by will, often spilling ink over a piece of parchment, or moving objects so that magi might trip over them.
Sprite art: Xenomorph/Lazuli | Description: Damien