The Angold egg is known to emit a light that soothes distress and heartache whenever one stands in it. This light is known as the Light of Contentment and Childish Wonder. This light imitates the feeling of watching the first snowfall of winter, and the joyful curiosity of seeing snow as a young child. For this reason, many people make it a winter tradition to go searching for Angold eggs that are hidden deep in the forest. The eggs' magical abilities may drive dark individuals to steal them or sell them, but luckily, the eggs' lulling abilities calm and halt even the most sinister of intentions. Finding Angold eggs are often considered a stroke of luck and they can be used in a number of therapies to help hurt individuals recover from heartbreak or deep sadness. These eggs truly embody the seasonal spirit of giving to others.
The sound of Angold wings fluttering are accompanied by the muted music of harps and chimes. These angelic, graceful creatures seem to be transparent and yet they emit a golden light at the same time. Angolds are also responsible for every gentle snowfall. It truly is a magical sight to behold as the beautiful golden creatures float through the sky, dropping delicate snowflakes behind them as they fly. Angolds are responsible for the light, airy snow that glazes the ground, and the peaceful snow that paints the land. Of course, hailstorms and blizzards are the responsibility of another species, but the SAR Center is yet to discover which of Ark's creatures is behind the less peaceful weather events.