Mechiroptera the Mecha

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Mechiroptera
100% Happy
Stolen
16 Jun 2017
Hatched
8 Feb 2018
2,782
Views
718 +1
Clicks
601
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It's just skin and bones

Nothing inside

Sleeping alone

Fingers tied themselves

In knots around the heart

It beats in time


I see the spine of the world

Sparkle and shine, light the inside

I see the spine of the world

I know it's mine, twisted and tied


You always go

Walking on coals

Walk away slow

Feel the fire

Light your way to me

My siren song for you


I see the spine of the world

Sparkle and shine, like the inside

I see the spine of the world

I know its mine, twisted and tied

I see the spine


So come with me

We'll fly right over

Right over


Watch it break

If we get closer

Much closer


I see the spine of the world

Sparkle and shine, light the inside

I see the spine of the world

You know it's mine, twisted and tied


Purchased June 16th, 2:32AM ECT

About Mecha Eggs

This egg appears to be entirely metal. Is it a machine or is it actually a real creature with organic materials?

It is believed that Mecha eggs are simply "charging" and are trying to absorb energy from their surrounding environment. There is no creature that needs time to "grow" inside the egg. This means that, once the egg has reached its optimal energy levels, it's fit to hatch to begin living for its programmed lifespan.

About the Mecha Creature

The Mecha is referred to by the Science and Research Center in Ark City as an "organic bot." It is technically not "alive" but is rather a metal robot enhanced by artificial intelligence. It feels like a real pet because the Science and Research Center programmed the AI based off data that they had gathered from human focus groups attempting to answer the question, "What is your ideal pet?"

The Mecha's average charge span is 10 years. Currently, there is no known way to recharge a "dormant" Mecha.