Unicorns, White Stags, and Griffins

Unicorns are among the most majestic and revered creatures in Levenia. Their horns carry magical properties that heal the sick and purify tainted water. Their blood also holds magical properties that include eternal youth to anyone whom drinks it. However, this practice is outlawed in every single kingdom in Levenia because drinking unicorn blood will eventually cause the drinker to go insane. Sadly, unicorns are highly sought after by hunters looking to make lots of money on the black market for their horns and blood, so they are under legal protection in every kingdom in Levenia. In addition, they have been known to save the lives of travelers in severe distress.

White stags are also highly revered and sought after since legend has it that capturing one will grant you one wish. Fairies have been known to ride white stags across the forest when they tire of flying, so they are protective over their riding partners and will defend them against a foolish traveler looking for a wish.

Griffins are known to be excellent guardians of the royal courts across Levenia. These half lion, half eagle creatures have eyesight as sharp as their claws and show no mercy to invaders. However, some griffins gone dark can be coaxed into working for thieves or pirates looking for a guardian for their loot.

Published by Melanie’s Writing

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