Frost Jackals can only breed during winter.
Stages 1, 2, and 3: This grey egg is covered in frost and ice.
Stages 4 and 5: This grey egg is covered in frost and ice, though it appears to be disappearing as it hatches.
A small frost covered baby jackal hatched from the egg. Every time you clean it off, more frost accumulates on its fur later. A chunk of ice is also growing on its tail!
Oddly, with each step the playful jackal pup takes a light wisp of frost seems to form behind it. Its tail also appears to have disappeared and has been replaced by chunks of ice.
To most Ostleans who live near Sunanie Glacier, the appearance of wild Frost Jackals usually signals the coming of winter. These wily predators come out during the coldest season, where their ice magic is at its peak, to forage and hunt for food. Praised as one of the country's greatest hunters, these clever beings are able to calculate quickly if larger prey is worth hunting or not and take it down in a matter of minutes. As the season ends and the snow and ice begin to soften, Frost Jackals tend to make themselves scarce, making it nearly impossible to find one without contacting a breeder. Despite attempts to study these canines, researchers still do not know where these creatures seclude themselves during the warmer seasons.
Hatching sequence Edit
|Egg||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4|
- Frost Jackal creature journal