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Kisundege Eagle

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Beware the lords of the sky, in the wastelands even the would-be dragons give them a wide berth

Anjet of Cenn Caerwaith

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Giant condors, measuring nearly sixty foot from wingtip to wingtip, these megaraptors are the undisputed lords of the Wasteland skies. They feed on the beasts of the ground, and anyone foolish enough to enter their domains. Being large and aggressive condors, they have dark brown plumage with a few scattered white feathers. Their beak is large and well developed, suited for ripping at thickly armored hides, be that armor bony plate, bristling quills, or chain and plate mail.

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Unlike the Chungwa Wolf or the Dogo-Kalamu, the Kisundege Eagle offers little in the way survival supplies. the flesh of the bird is gamey and quickly spoils, and given the avian’s penchant for nesting in the highest possible locations, their eggs are nearly impossible to reach.

Drenched as they are in hoary magic from the tainted wastelands, the Kisundege Eagle demonstrates several innate magical abilities that are unique to it. The most devastating of these abilities is that the avian can to a limited extent command the air and wind to do it’s bidding. The most common speculated use of this ability is to aid in flying. The most painful use of the wind is for generating whirlwinds and dust storms to confuse, and disorient their prey.

Also known as Stormwind Condors, or Eagles, the feathers of the bird are given special value, both as ingredients for magic spells relating to wind and desert magics, but also as light but strong arrow shafts.



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