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Splinterwood: Jara Bird Knights

Though many outsiders to the Splinter woods will often confuse the smaller more aggressive Jara Jara bird with the common Jara Bird. The common, as it's often referred to, stand almost 9 feet tall and weighs in at a monster 600 lbs. 
  Unlike their smaller cousins The lesser Jara Jara,  the Common Jara bird is a behemoth both in size and weight. the Jara bird is built to be an ambush predator waiting for the right moment then in a short burst of energy they pounce all 600 lbs of claws and beak stabbing ripping and tearing their prey to oblivion. though and ambush predators they live and hunt in flocks making them social creatures and making them the perfect mount for the Splinterwood knights.
    The common Jara bird can carry almost twice it's weight and though it lacks the Speed of the lesser Jara Jara bird it makes up for it in stamina as it sometimes has to track it's prey for many miles. 
   Once the common Jara bird's egg is brought to the Splinterwood Rookery, it is hatched and  hand raised by the Splinterwood knights.
    This causes the Jara bird to treat all the knights as it's flock and will protect them with it's life. Both male Jara birds and females are large and dangerous but also extremely smart. so it's not uncommon to find them in all their glory on the battlefield. 
   Sometimes the birds instincts to outflank and ambush prey leads to creative attack strategies on the part of the splinterwood knights. Jara bird knights
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This title was added to our catalog on September 01, 2014.