what the heck i want 50 of these
imagine 50 of them sleep piling on you
bringing them in your home might be a really bad idea though they will knock over your pots and pans
I’m going to be testing out a website for custom stickers to make sure of the quality, and if all goes well, I’ll actually start offering versions of the Stickytoons that you can get actual stickers of!
Granted it’d take about a couple weeks before I could say anything on the matter, but I’m hoping to make it an offer in the near future!
Art by both me and Nystus!
(info strewn together from ideas between both me and nystus)
Nymfs are small, dog sized dragons that feature stout fluffy bodies, goat-like heads, and feathered wings.
They are naturally impudent little creatures, playing pranks and in general making mischief. Nymfs are lively and even prone to chasing their own tails, only stopping to hike their hind leg to scratch their long ears. Other species of dragon view the Nymf as silly and impetuous.
Their attention spans are fairly short, more interested in fun than any actual work, that is unless they are find or are shown a way to turn it into a game. Their diplomatic skills have a lot to beg for, and usually do not cooperate unless absolutely necessary. They typically use their ability of illusion to take on the form of children; they have great fondness for the children of other races and their aptitude for making excellent playmates, asides from their smaller size being easier to form.
They also often “abuse” their abilities to warp and shift their face into weird and ridiculous shapes and expressions.
Nymfs dig out dens when it comes time to nest, and all the dragons within the group taking turns watching the kits once they’ve hatched. The kits are generally considered boring to the older Nymfs, who begin roughhousing with them once they’ve grown large enough. Even the duty of making sure the kits don’t wander from their nest is considered a dull task, but again is typically alleviated by turning their watch into a game.
Nymfs are related to their larger, heftier cousins, the Capra.