Fiacra the Eartha

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Fiacra
100% Happy
Stolen
28 Apr 2017
Hatched
28 Jan 2019
Immortal
13 Jul 2019
6,727 +454
Views
961 +1
Clicks
392
Feeds
Recent Feeders

Essence of Litsdnats
(Stage Frozen)
CX Tracking! Every time I log in/have time, I will track the amount of XC's I have And every time I click the CX I will track that too. (Will also say how many creatures are in and what stats)

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ᴺᵒ ᵃᶜᵗᶦᵛᶦᵗʸ
10:31:57 AM ECT (March 8, 2019)
2,130 XC ~ 18/20 ~ 5 as Feeds Preferred ~ 7 as Clicks Only ~ 6 as All

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ᴸᵒˢᵗ ¹ ˣᶜ ⁻ ᴳᵃᶦⁿᵉᵈ ⁵¹⁶ ˣᶜ
3:06:39 PM ECT (March 8, 2019)
2,645 XC ~ 18/20 ~ 5 as Feeds Preferred ~ 7 as Clicks Only ~ 6 as All

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ᴸᵒˢᵗ ⁷ ˣᶜ ⁻ ᴳᵃᶦⁿᵉᵈ ⁴⁴⁵
12:36:40 PM ECT (March 9, 2019)
3,083 XC ~ 18/20 ~ 5 as Feeds Preferred ~ 7 as Clicks Only ~ 6 as All


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ᴸᵒˢᵗ ¹⁰ ˣᶜ
5:32:29 PM ECT (March 9, 2019)
3,073 XC ~ 19/20 ~ 5 as Feeds Preferred ~ 6 as Clicks Only ~ 8 as All

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ᴸᵒˢᵗ ⁷⁵ ˣᶜ ⁽ᴰᶠᴰ ʸᵉˢᵗᵉʳᵈᵃʸ⁾
2:59:55 PM ECT (March 11, 2019)
2,998 XC ~ 19/20 ~ 5 as Feeds Preferred ~ 6 as Clicks Only ~ 8 as All

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ᴸᵒˢᵗ ³⁶ ⁻ ᴳᵃᶦⁿᵉᵈ ³³¹
12:10:22 PM ECT (March 13, 2019)
3,273 ~ 19/20 ~ 5 as Feeds Preferred ~ 6 as Clicks Only ~ 8 as All

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ᴸᵒˢᵗ ²²
12:58:01 PM ECT (March 16, 2019)
3,251 ~ 19/20 ~ 5 as Feeds Preferred ~ 6 as Clicks Only ~ 8 as All

About Eartha Eggs

Fitted upon every Eartha egg is a decorative mask complete with purple plumes. Rather than being harmed in circumstances where its mask is removed, the egg will undergo suspended animation and refuse to hatch until the mask is properly replaced. Curiously, the feathers are genetically unrelated to the Eartha and do not belong to any known species of creature on Ark.

About the Eartha Creature

Acutely sensitive to the environment, an Eartha's own well-being is directly correlated to the health of their surroundings. A population living in areas subject to deforestation, regardless of severity, are more likely to succumb to disease than a population residing in lush, undisturbed forests.

Eartha are reluctant to produce their own offspring. To compensate, they adopt and raise the orphaned young of other species. The biological children that Eartha do manage to produce, known as kits, arrive in broods of three or fewer. Eartha kits instantly embrace their adopted siblings without a second thought.

Ancient literature recovered from the ruins of long-gone civilizations show that Eartha were once widely subject to worship as the incarnation of nature itself.