Drakkat Jan 21, 2014 12:24:49 GMT -8
Post by Ivaii on Jan 21, 2014 12:24:49 GMT -8
As their names suggest the Drakkat are draconic-like cats. Their bodies are fairly cat-like from head to tail. They measure almost 2 meters in length from nose to tail when fully grown. They have large fennec-like ears and two horns coming from the back of their heads. Gold horns signify females, while silver horns signify males. They have a mane of hair like a horse, running from their foreheads, down their backs, to the base of their tails. They also have a large tuft of hair at the end of their tails. It is these parts of fur, their mane and tail that dignifies rank with these creatures. Drakkat are mainly winter creatures, built to traverse the snow. Their front paws have four toes that spread apart to add more surface area to walk on snow. They can communicate with telepathy, and are able to use this ability to communicate with anyone, candidate or creature.
Their chases are usually held in winter, as it is their favorite season, but can be held all year round. They are ample swimmers, and will often take their chases from a cozy forest to a running river without the worry of catching a cold. They are built to be able to handle the intense and chilling cold of the water. Males will often fight over their mate, and Drakkat often chose mates for life as they don’t want to waste their next winter.
At a bonding the young Drakkat often hide under the snow, or behind rocks and trees, so that it is unsure how may there are. They will play together while they watch the candidates secretly. They are tempted by shiny objects, especially if they are wearable. Oftentimes they will talk not only to the candidate but to any of their already bonded creatures in the hope of getting to know the person better. They are not particularly choosy, but are calculative.
Their coats range in colour to every colour imaginable. They always have paws dipped in a different colour to their coats though.
These are the Queens, though they are rare and only appear in Queen litters. Their horns are always gold, and their fur ranges from a deep forest green to a lime green, but it is most commonly a darker green. They litter up to 15 kittens.
These are the Kings, and are as rare as the Minuet's. They can only appear in Minuet litters at about 2 out of 15. Their horns are always silver, and their fur ranges from a deep burt red-brown to a bright blood crimson. They tend to only mate with the Minuet, and never try for other females.
These are the Jr Queens and are much more common than the Minuet's. They always have gold horns, and their fur ranges from a deep purple black to a bright lilac. They litter 10, at most, and never have a Minuet or Bolero in their litters.
These are the Jr Kings and are much more common than the Bolero's. They always have silver horns, and their fur ranges from a deep navy to a green-blue. They tend to only mate with the Requiem's, but will join any chase.
These are exclusively males and are the most common in a litter, equal to a Prelude. They have silver horns and their fur ranges from a jet black to a dark grey. They cannot reproduce, but they will join a chase for a Prelude.
These are exclusively females and are the most common in a litter, equal to a Nocturne. They have gold horns and their fur ranges from snow white to a cream or pale grey. They cannot reproduce, but will hold many chases and do not mate for life.