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These are the Sidheshu.
ATTRIBUTES: The Sidheshu are a species/race of bird-like creatures that are about the size of a large red fox . They are capable of a multitude of sounds from bird-like chirping and singing, to screeching and screaming. They're also exceptionally good at mimicry and often tease the Sinjorde by copying their sounds.
FUR: The Sidheshu is covered in a downy layer of feathered fur, which repels water and keeps them warm and dry. The color patterns on the Sidheshu are often bright and cheerful, with little need or regard for camouflage. Males are distinguished from females by having brighter, more flashy colors. Females tend to be more pastel or earthy in color with predominate amounts of white. Their reproductive organs are also internal and females do not have breasts (as they do not breast feed and it functions for better aerodynamics). Females may occasionally have more "chest feathering" than males.
WINGS: While they do have a wing-like membrane of SKIN that stretches the space along their sides and underarms, they are incapable of full-flight (aka flapping wings). Their "wings" are used much like a kite, as they use their powers of wind and air manipulation to push themselves up into the air as they please. The "wings" function like that of a winged skydiving suit.
HABITAT: Sidheshu live in all climates, but preferably nest on rocky cliff sides and tall treetops. Their territory often overlaps with the Sinjordes.
SKILLS: Being a avian-like species, the Sidheshu are capable of air and wind manipulations. Their abilities do not affect weather, though it can occasionally create lightning or thunder if pre existing storm conditions are established.
SOCIETY: Sidheshu live in small family units of two or three. While they are social they do not thrive on physical contact like the Sinjorde do. Sidheshu will often be found flocking together during the day, but will retreat to their own individual nests in the evening. They also enjoy the company of the Sinjorde and are often seen playing with or teasing them. It is also important to note that the Sidheshu are a MATRIARCHAL society, meaning that the women lead their families and often hold positions of deepest respect and utmost authority. Males are often fierce warriors and excellent craftsmen. Despite physically being primarily avian in appearance, Sidheshu are in fact, mammals, and give live birth rather than laying eggs.
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