Species: Brindle Dynastis
Birthday: Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Adult dynastis may look fierce - and they can be - but despite their horns and flat, leathery scales, they're affectionate creatures and social with magi. Males will fight each other if placed together in an area where neither can escape, but generally they tolerate other creatures that share space with them. As adults, dynastis are usually more interested in exploring or singing, alone or in small groups. Brindle dynastis adults are surprisingly loud and are the only dynastis capable of imitating the roar of much larger animals such as manticores, chimera, and kuras tigers. An adult dynastis is a pleasant companion but not generally one that can be taken on long journeys, and they don't usually do well outside of their specific biome.
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