He who takes the skies takes what he wants! MazamSome mutated or alien hybrid creatures have been spotted recently. A few have been compliant with training. Unfortunately, the resources and workforce to capture and domesticate these creatures are quite significant. However, our scouts and settlement advisors have compiled a listing of domesticated flying creatures and what is necessary to give the trainer a chance of acquiring a severe advantage in this hostile world. Wizards have also domesticated some of these beasts so be wary of skies!
Giant MammalsLeatherwing (Pictured in Cover)
Menacing winged rats that can dive, glide, and provide reliable air mobility if necessary in combat. The larger Leatherwings carry a man-sized human easily, but 50% more weight causes significant movement issues. The Raiders of the Abyss managed to tame a nest of these beasts to terrorize local villages and settlements.
Supersized InsectsImage Dragonfly created by Herckeim on Deviant Art
BeetlebombersArmored tanks of the skies, these sturdy creatures have been used by mutant traders and mercenaries to protect caravans. Typically trained maneuvers of the Beetlebombers involve guarding or escorting a prized item or person. They can take lots of indirect damage and can inflict physical harm to those who seek closer combat.
Alien Avian SpeciesBrent Hollowell Some creatures have no official classification. The interbreeding of alien and native birds usually do not produce viable progeny, but on rare occasion, we discover a few. Above is a bird-like mutant called Yeek, by a young tamer named Merlik the Sorceror. The creature is quite large and two humans are travel on its back. It is clumsy but loyal.
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