That's odd; mist seems to be collecting around this egg.
An ungainly, spindly-legged creature hatched from that egg. It bears none of the markings its egg did, but mist still seems to be collecting around it.
It's grown larger, but only slowly; at least now it also has some stripes. There seems to be a chill everywhere this creature goes, too. You also now realize that the youngling creates its own mist, which is sometimes so thick you cannot see it except for the eerie red glow from its eyes....
Ancient legends tell frightening stories of creatures and people alike being lost to the mist with no trace of them ever to be found. Beware the mist, say the elders, for strange things come with it. Ostleans believed these to be only tall tales told to children to keep them from wandering until recently, when footprints in the mud were tracked to a living creature. Aptly named mistwanderers, during the day they almost always go unseen, as they hide in the mist. They are able to create their own, which they use as a hunting cover from which to ambush their prey. Mistwanderers also can summon small balls of light, which serve to confuse and frighten anything trapped in the mist with them.
Interestingly, they hunt by scent and sound; their six eyes are more useful at night.
Hatching sequence Edit
|Egg||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4|
- Mistwanderer creature journal