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Varigator (OPEN Species) by One_Bored_Owl

Varigator (OPEN Species)


Introduction of the Varigators

Varigators are dark, fiery creatures that can be very aggressive and quite intelligent, capable of human speech and manipulation.

Even though they may seem smart with how they use their tongue to manipulate certain people, some can be quite hot-headed, it is best to try and not be so critical in front of them as they can easily burn you alive, break your bones into tiny pieces or other unimaginable ways the could torture you or kill you. Unless if they can take a joke or don't care for insults, you'll likely be fine but I wouldn't recommend your safety.

After all that though, they do deeply care for others, whether it be their own kind, other species and other humans, most just don't like to admit it.

Conjuring Fire

Sometimes when they're excited, flames can flare up, mostly at the tail or eyes.
Some of them can even provide warmth to others who feel cold as a friendly and helpful gesture.

If a Varigator has horns or antlers, they can also spew flames out of them as well, which can be used for extra damage and possibly burning their opponent.

While that you may think that setting your friend on fire is probably one of the most terrible things to do, however with Varigators, setting you on fire in their culture is actually a really nice gesture, it means "Hey friend! It's great to see you again!" Or butting their heads is a gesture of "Let's go somewhere nice friend!"
Varigators are raised in a tough and fighting spirit culture so setting each other on fire, butting each others heads or other forms of beating each other is considered friendly.

So if your Varigator friend sets you on fire, remember that they're just happy to see you!


Their eyes can also glow brightly in the dark when they're scared, angry or overjoyed. However their eyes won't glow at any other point.

Swimming in Shadows

While they are swimming in their shadows, it almost looks as if that they are swimming in the floor, walls and ceilings.

Short-Furred Varigators

Their flames are also a little cooler than their Long-Furred counterparts (but it is still hot, wouldn't recommend putting your hands near them flames).
Long-Furred Varigators live in colder climates, mostly snowy, hilly and mountainous parts of the world.


Another rule I need to also add.

Varigators should never have any wings, they are a land dwelling species.

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