The Aivenry was created artificially by humans to be a beast of burden capable of both flight and ground motion. However, they did not perform well on planet Felisfire. A few were released into the fields outside the colony, but the species is very rare.
Distantly descended from the arctic fox of Old Earth, a few Alopex live in the tundra near the colony site, having escaped into the wild or been released by careless scientists.
The Amaroq are a wolflike canine species imported from Old Earth. They were introduced deliberately into the Tundra area by early colonists; they have thrived, but they are very elusive and avoid humans, generally, so sightings are rare.
The Ambry is a slow-moving reptiloid, imported from the Paravenusian colony because they are easy to train and very strong despite their small size. They escaped into the wild and are now common in the forests near the colony site.
Seen in: Forest
The Arcarum is a genetically engineered creature that was created on Old Earth as a pet long ago. They escaped into the wild and have established a breeding population in the forest near the colony.
The Avixis is a created species, intended to be a pet. However, a few colonists have deliberately released their pets when they bored of them, with the result that this non-native species is now a common sight on the Tundra.
Seen in: Field
This bizarre entity is sometimes encountered in the Haunted Swamp. If attacked in the Swamp, it collapses into a pile of bones, but if not, it will begin to follow your Feli around. Outside the Swamp they are less fragile and will fight if threatened.
Found nowhere except the Haunted Swamp region, these eerie birds are known to prey on each other. They sometimes elect to follow an explorer's Feli out of the Swamp. They will defend their chosen Feli, but they do not allow themselves to be studied.
A small, fiery, rather equine-like therapsidoid, having traits of both reptiles and mammals. This species was extinct when humanity came to the planet; it has been resurrected from fossils to study its biogenic flame. It is still extinct in the wild.
Introduced from Old Earth, this turtle has found a comfortable niche in the planet's waterways. It is particularly common in the local creek.
The Cheshyre is a strange, catlike animal recently discovered on a distant colony planet. They are hard to find on Planet Felisfire.
The crosces are primitive native ichthyoids commonly found in the lake near the colony site. Their flesh is weak and flavorless, but they are surprisingly intelligent.
Named for Beowulf's foe in old Earth mythology, these common but reclusive animals have a rough hide that looks almost as if it were made of stone from a distance. They are imports from the Mars colony.
These bizarre entities were first found on the colony planet Paravenus. They are not 'alive' in the way science typically understands the term. They seem to be frozen in a process of resurrection. They do not exist in the wild on Felisfire.
Once merely an urban legend, now real thanks to some scientist who thought himself witty, jackalopes are frequently spotted in the tundra region near the colony site.
A solitary predator, Lacertrae are often found lurking along the banks of creeks. They are a pest species, the result of a genetic experiment gone wrong; colonists try to remove them from the wild when possible, but they are elusive and often escape.
A delicacy brought from the old homeland. Ten meat.
The Marnoc is a small, quick reptiloid. It was created for the Mars colony hundreds of years ago, and has been introduced to most human colonized worlds ever since, more out of tradition than anything else. It thrives in Planet Felisfire's forests.
The Megaera are a created species, made specifically to be children's pets. As such they are very rare on Felisfire and are not found in the wild.
The Nemores are distantly related to the Arcarum. They cannot survive in the wild on planet Felisfire, however. They are sold in the Voidhawk's Orb Shop for a high price, due to the expense of shipping them in from Old Earth.
Regal yet ominous, a Nightmolly is not alive in the traditional sense of the term. Named for the legendary nightmare they resemble, these entities only rarely appear outside the Haunted Swamp. Superstitions about them are common, but knowledge is rare.
This exceedingly rare, dangerous beast is used to guard sensitive locations, as well as the borders of the colony site. The animal has an odd gait due to its extremely broad chest. Its three heads act in unison but may show slightly different traits.
Red Poison Devil
Also known as the Imp, it seems to be a living animal, but little else is known about it. They seem to enjoy chicanery and mischief. Its name refers to its color, its inedible poisonous flesh, and its generally devilish appearance.
The Scoliophis, oddly, is an herbivore, subsisting primarily on the fruiting bodies of plants and fungi (berries, mushrooms, et cetera.) It is a genetically modified version of the Terran anaconda. Colonists hunt them for food, and they can be trained.
These odd beings began appearing during Halloween Week one year. They only become solid when they fight, otherwise being immaterial. They seem like ghosts, but don't resemble any known life form. They are mysterious but harmless.
Named for an aquatic hazard back on Old Earth, the Scyllae are plesiosaur-like creatures, cloned from Terran paleo-DNA. Introduced into the nearby lake by humans, they have bred, but slowly, and remain very rare.
The Siloi are descended from extinct maniraptorean species cloned from fossils back on Old Earth. They were introduced to Felisfire and are commonly found hunting fish at the nearby lake.
Imported from the Paravenusian colony, these venomous creatures help control the population of accidentally introduced rodents and other Terran pest species. They are genetically programmed to ignore native Felisfire species when hungry.
A native mammaloid which strikingly resembles a Terran rodent, the Tamble is a common sight in the fields close to the colony.
Seen in: Field
The exceedingly rare Thylines are not true thylacines; they were originally cloned from preserved thylacine skins and other parts from Old Earth, but the DNA was incomplete and had to be corrected. Very few were brought here.
In Soviet Felisfire, turkey eats you! (Obviously, somebody needs to quit playing with radioactivity in his or her genetic experiments. Not to mention playing with their food.) (This sample can be used as a DNA Patch, providing the Turkeytail marking.)
These mysterious entities are found only within the Haunted Swamp. Very rarely, one of them will become fascinated with a scientist's Feli, even to the point of following it out of the Swamp. They will not let themselves be studied, though.
The Wipera was native to Felisfire, but it went extinct millions of years ago. Scientists have been able to clone a few from fossils, but they remain extremely rare.
Ancient Altar Holoimage
Autumn Lake Holoimage
A holoimage of a lake during autumn - slate colored water crowned by the bright fire of the leaves. This can be equipped to feli as a background.
A holoimage of a feli boneyard - jumbled bones and complete skeletons taken at sunset. This can be equipped to feli as a background.
Pumpkin Field Holoimage
A holoimage of a peaceful pumpkin patch and cornfield. This can be equipped to feli as a background.
Snow Field Holoimage
A lovely, snowy holoimage displayed behind your feli.
Starry Sky Holoimage
A starry backdrop for your feli.
A holoimage of an underwater scene with mysterious creatures. This can be equipped to feli as a background.