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Anatomy

Basically, all seven wyvern species are built the same way on the outside with some variations. The internal workings are mostly the same, though some have specialized organs that allow them to utilize their racial abilities and breath weapons.

They have boxy, serpentine heads topped with a bony crest. The neck is long and slender and……


Anatomy

The tallest wolfling on record stood at an impressive 5’7’’(about 170 cm). The average height for them is about 5’2’’(about 157.5 cm). They have ears similar in size to a human’s, but they are tapered to a thin point at the tips. Their eyes are slanted slightly. In build, they tend to be fairly solid,……


Anatomy

A chume’taly’s average lifespan is approximately 37 years. The longest on record is 53 years.

The gestation period is usually around 4 months for most types and will sometimes be a little longer. Each pregnancy will produce from one to three cubs. The young have an accelerated development, roughly double the growth seen in human children.

Chume’taly……


Anatomy

The siathi have wings. An average wing span for a full adult is approximately twelve feet. The main problem with their anatomy is that their bones have more in common with a human’s skeleton rather than a bird’s. While they are still significantly lighter than a human of the same size, their bones are still……