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Cirrus Pilvegern

Biology

Cirrus Pilvegi have wispy, hair-like ruffs, extensions and tails. They are the only subspecies that is exclusively pure white (leucistic) in color (as the other subspecies have some color variance), with some albino specimens being reported. They are also the smallest subspecies.

Temperament

Cirrus Pilvegi are timid and secretive.

Habitat

Cirrus Pilvegi live high up on mountains.

Cumulus Pilvegern

Biology

Cumulus Pilvegi have puffy ruffs, extensions and tails. They are primarily silver and white in color, although specimens with somewhat darker fur have been reported.

Temperament

Due to their naturally curious and somewhat amiable nature, Cumulus Pilvegi are the subspecies most commonly associated with the domestic Pilvegern.

Habitat

Nimbus Pilvegern

Biology

Nimbus Pilvegi have somewhat puffy ruffs, extensions and tails, with some wispy-looking bits. They are primarily gray and white in color, although some specimens come in charcoal and grey; this specific coloration is sometimes referred to as the "Thunderhead Pilvegi". Pitch black specimens have also been reported, but they are considerably rarer.

Temperament

Nimbus Pilvegi are a bold, somewhat aggressive subspecies.

Habitat

Stormy Pilvegern

A rare subspecies that, unlike other subspecies of Pilvegi, bear a secondary Elemental Alignment in the form of Electricity.

No one really knows how they came about; the most widely accepted guess is they were the result of crossbreeding between Denkitachi and Nimbus Pilvegi, but this has not yet been confirmed.

Biology

Temperament

They have the boldness of the Nimbus Pilvegern mixed with the mischievous nature of the Denkitachi. It is not uncommon for them to steal shiny things from people if they get the chance, and have been known to 'prank' people by giving them harmless, if startling, shocks using their electricity, and then running away.

Habitat

Stratus Pilvegern

Biology

Stratus Pilvegi have wispy, flowing ruffs, extensions and tails. They are primarily silver and white in color, although pure white (leucistic) specimens have been reported.

Temperament

Habitat

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