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Following Flecko’s hibernation it emerges as Flezard. Its toe fins begin to thin and recede, followed by the growth of membranes that gradually connect its limbs. After months of growth, the creature regains its ability to fly, despite its larger and less aerodynamic form. This delicate period is when other creatures and humans attempt to capture or subdue the beast. Although still lacking teeth, its high temperature dragon breath can now instantly melt any object, rendering it edible to the creature.

Following Flecko’s hibernation it emerges as Flezard. Its toe fins begin to thin and recede, followed by the growth of membranes that gradually connect its limbs. After months of growth, the creature regains its ability to fly, despite its larger and less aerodynamic form. This delicate period is when other creatures and humans attempt to capture or subdue the beast. Although still lacking teeth, its high temperature dragon breath can now instantly melt any object, rendering it edible to the creature.

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Flecko glides using its thin tail and webbed toes. Although Flecko has no teeth, it can feed by scratching holes in trees to gather sap. Its flat tail is used to pack drying sap into balls, which it hoards in its nest for winter hibernation.

Flecko glides using its thin tail and webbed toes. Although Flecko has no teeth, it can feed by scratching holes in trees to gather sap. Its flat tail is used to pack drying sap into balls, which it hoards in its nest for winter hibernation.

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Therowing are primarily domesticated creatures. Although they have the ability to fly, Therowings will naturally forage and nest on the ground, often in reeds or desert grasses near beaches. If the creature is left to roam or was born wild, its features becomes more reptilian and can grow to three times the size of its domesticated cousins. What initially appears to be tail-feathers are in fact a reptilian frill, an indicator of the creature’s distant past and potential future.

Therowing are primarily domesticated creatures. Although they have the ability to fly, Therowings will naturally forage and nest on the ground, often in reeds or desert grasses near beaches. If the creature is left to roam or was born wild, its features becomes more reptilian and can grow to three times the size of its domesticated cousins. What initially appears to be tail-feathers are in fact a reptilian frill, an indicator of the creature’s distant past and potential future.

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Hapytzu is the final evolution of Hapy. Even rarer than its predecessor, few Hapynese evolve as it occurs only if the creature reaches a highly advanced age. Following its transformation, the effects of aging are reversed, its horns solidify and the creature gains the ability to fly. Hapytzu act as a family guardian and they are passed down through many generations.  

We are at SPX this weekend in Bethesda, MD (just outside DC) where we will be releasing our new book! We will be at the TopatoCo table in the top left of the hall! We also have a talk on Friday at the University of Maryland, College Park that is open to anyone to attend at the 2203 Art-Sociology building (2pm-4pm)!

Hapytzu is the final evolution of Hapy. Even rarer than its predecessor, few Hapynese evolve as it occurs only if the creature reaches a highly advanced age. Following its transformation, the effects of aging are reversed, its horns solidify and the creature gains the ability to fly. Hapytzu act as a family guardian and they are passed down through many generations. 

We are at SPX this weekend in Bethesda, MD (just outside DC) where we will be releasing our new book! We will be at the TopatoCo table in the top left of the hall! We also have a talk on Friday at the University of Maryland, College Park that is open to anyone to attend at the 2203 Art-Sociology building (2pm-4pm)!

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Hapynese are creatures that do not usually evolve in the wild as it only evolves following extended periods without stress. This evolution is encouraged by many owners for the visual appeal of its thick coat and ornamental horns. Even today Hapynese are a status symbol in the upper echolons of society.

Hapynese are creatures that do not usually evolve in the wild as it only evolves following extended periods without stress. This evolution is encouraged by many owners for the visual appeal of its thick coat and ornamental horns. Even today Hapynese are a status symbol in the upper echolons of society.

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Although traditionally a pet of royalty, wild Hapy are generally found in isolated mountain regions. Hapy gravitate towards plentiful food sources and water, which has made them a symbol of good luck to weary and errant travelers. Due to their friendly and social nature, they would often follow these travelers home.

Although traditionally a pet of royalty, wild Hapy are generally found in isolated mountain regions. Hapy gravitate towards plentiful food sources and water, which has made them a symbol of good luck to weary and errant travelers. Due to their friendly and social nature, they would often follow these travelers home.