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Bluewing

Grind up a bit of bluewing to treat all kinds of diseases: it is guaranteed to make you feel better, although only for a bit. It's a good quick painkiller that also makes things like nausea disappear momentarily. Bluewings can be easily recognized by their wing color, which is blue. They are small insect creatures with a small round body and large wings. - Natural Medicine, L. Vecci

Basic Information

Anatomy & Morphology

The bluewing has a very small, round body with large blue wings. The body itself has no skeleton and can be easely squashed. It has 2 little arms so that it can grab branches to hang from.

Genetics and Reproduction

When a bluewing dies, each of its two wings carry eggs and make it possible for a new bluewing to be born. Often, one of the eggs dies, so that only one small bluewing is reborn from the body of it's mother.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Bluewings do not eat. Instead, they gather the little energy they need from the sun. The little water they need is gathered from moist in the air, with their wings being capable to store this water. When a new bluewing is born from the wing of its mother, it drinks the water stored in the wings to start it's life.

Additional Information

Uses, Products & Exploitation

Bluewings can be used as a form of medicine, by removing the wings and grinding up the body. While the wings are poisonous, the body itself has healing properties: it can make one temporarily feel better and cure things like nausea. It is highly popular among soldiers and adventures, as it can stabilize an unconscious person.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Bluewings are unable to hear and are blind. They travel purely on smell and feeling, which is easy to do for them since they do not eat like most species.

Lifespan
2 days
Average Height
1 cm
Average Weight
3 gm
Average Length
1.5 cm
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Blue

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