If there is any hope to tame a telvian or mist ammit, it is when they are newly hatched. Straight out of the shell these creatures are ill-tempered and violent, but they are also vulnerable. Until their powers start to show they require care and protection, but are so vicious they may even drive off their own parents. If a magi can persevere against the ammit's nature, it is possible to form a tenuous bond with the hatchling.
No one is sure who first decided to try cross-breeding ammits and Razan jungle cats, or why they thought it was a good idea. The vicious, vindictive behavior of regular ammits is nothing compared to their hybrid offspring, and made exponentially worse by the traits of their feline parents. The Telvian ammit's invisibility makes it nearly impossible to avoid their ambush, and gives them enough security to make long-distance stalking worthwhile when they have a grudge. But at least invisibility is not intangibility - if air can reach their prey, then so can the mist ammit. The only reprieve from them is that the mist form cannot be maintained for long. Fortunately the long distance between Raza and the ammits territory makes it nearly impossible for this kind of hybrid to happen in the wild, and since their extreme aggression extends even to their own kin, it is equally unlikely that a feral population could be established.
Sprite art: Jrap17/DarrkestDrow | Description: Myrin