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  1. Skanarr nodded. This was Pidgeon's area anyway and there was no way a Bearyena was going to last. He hoped. At least it wasn't one of those weird humungous Killer Bearyena's. With a low growl of his own, which was not as intimidating as some other nichlings with different snout types, he followed Pidgeon's lead and rounded to the other side of Bearyena Mama. His claw outstretched and his head down to charge at the beast. His claw raked down its backside and some distance above that his ram horns hit into it. Blood drizzled on his claws. With it having gone after Pidgeon first it now began toward him, but as it saw his spiky body it gave pause with claws midair. "One more good hit and she'll be down!"
  2. (Yeah not connected. There'd be no planes or other technologies save maybe rudimentary. Way before industrial age anyway.)
  3. Axlarr blinked and then shook his head. "My mother was a one-winged beauty," not that he'd ever seen her. Of course, grandmother had been furious. He and his siblings, save one, had not inherited the wing. The winged one was disdained by grandmother but she'd been too old and on her deathnest before she'd been able to call forth an actual bluebird to take that one away. But his younger siblings had long ago disappeared. Had he been able to see he might have done so as well.
  4. (While the Jungle Isle Mirahl is typically Rhea's home I can see her visiting other places but she might take drowning damage, unless one of her guardians or someone else carries her there first)
  5. Bat Winged nichlings can fly on top of stinky fruit trees (and maybe cacti) and collect fruit from the Stinky Trees. Not sure how it would look if they did that, but for fruit eating bats that's usually how they get the fruit. I'd say maybe even let them hop on top of berry bushes to collect the fruit, but the bushes are so small and these bats are not that tiny.
  6. Trinket

    Fruit bats

    There's also the suggestion to give the bat wings themselves some sort of collecting ability, just some way for the bats to get even a tiny bit of collecting for food.
  7. I'd really like to see this implemented. How else is a fruit bat going to gobble up some fruit if it has no collecting skill?
  8. Axlarr hissed like a snake. "Ugh!" He turned around in a circle. "Knock it off!" He couldn't see who it was, but it wasn't hard to guess who the most likely culprit was since even if he could not see he'd certainly heard tales of him.
  9. "I have no idea your Majesty. Seems this kit was trying to get something to eat and went for the berries on the cactus. Not sure where she came from though."
  10. "Thank you," he gave a nod and stared blankly in the direction he thought was home. Tilted his head to listen to whenever she moved so he could follow. "Don't know why you don't just hide some poison berries in your enemies food pile," he mumbled. It was something his grandmother had done during her leadership. When there had been too many bats and birds for her liking in the swamplands. She had really been quite prejudiced, especially in regards to derp-snouts.
  11. Nneka whipped around and glowered at the spot the cry had come from. She clawed her way through the annoying regrowing dry grass of the savanna. She peered down at a youngster of a dark brown pelt. Noticed that a cactus berry was missing. "Not the best way to gather food. Queen Mable can help with that," she nodded at the bloody paw. The cacti were not nice at all, but she had oft refrained from clawing them down as they were emergency rations. And with a purrsnout queen it wasn't too difficult to heal. The cub almost seemed familiar. Maybe it was just the derp snout, but then Nneka was never one for noticing details unless in battle.
  12. Skanarr nodded. "Very well." He followed Pidgeon, not noticing the youth going toward some other more dangerous tree. He did, however, blink when he saw from a distance one of the winged nichlings fly from one of the few oaks of the grasslands. "Should we warn them about the Bearyena and its cub, or wait until its been taken care of?" @Skysplash8
  13. "Company would be appreciated," was all he said in regard to that. At least back home, for the most part he knew the area well. Except when a new creature tried to make its home there or someone planted something which actually grew! (Ooh =D)
  14. Axlarr was baffled by the females. He should not have left the swamplands - not that he'd meant to. "I should find my way back. My daughters will be looking for me," but his son would not leave the swamp, or so he thought. He had been cursed with his sire's blindness. Yet it was his eldest, his daughter, who would one day rule. He needed to start preparing her more for the duties ahead of her. And for a potential arranged marriage if they ever needed to seek some form of alliance. Of course he had no idea to get back home on his own, but he wasn't about to mention that.
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