Here, we will explain the various availabilities of species.
All creatures are obtainable through trading and auctions. Sometimes retired species are released again multiple times.
One file in the Archives reveals information about the Felicete. You read carefully to learn about this creature and obtain more knowledge about the mysterious species of Ark.
Available May 14 - May 31, 2021.
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Aww look at this cute little egg. It appears as though the egg will start to shake if you take away the little bandana on top. Perhaps it is best not to agitate the egg before it hatches. I wonder where they first came from?
Where the Felicete came from is not really known. All that is known is that it is not of our world, perhaps coming from another planet all together. The Felicete is a very greedy creature. Known for making small hoards of coins, unlike the dens full like the similar Dragolds do, nothing is really safe around the Felicete. While coins are their typical choice of object to steal and hide, other things have been known to go missing as well. Mainly toys. While the Felicete doesn't create full dens full, don't be surprised if you find a stash underneath your couch.
The tail of the Felicete is very special, although the specific reason isn't well known. Rumors have sparked that perhaps it is to warn off other predators from stealing their riches, or perhaps it was merely a genetic modification to help them be sneakier. Much like their ears are larger, making it easier to hear things around them and find riches a little faster. While these creatures aren't the type to cuddle up on a lap on a cold night, preferring their riches, it isn't uncommon that they would make a home within someone's lair.
Some have even traveled the galaxies with the Felicete as a partner, dubbing this creature the "space pirate cat".