Sidhe Plants

Overview This page documents a few of the plants and trees that grow in the lands of the Sidhe. It will be updated as needed. Yg’dranar Sapling of the World Tree The Sidhe believe that Yg’dranar’s eldest sapling Yg’draile grew Read More …

Wyverns

Foreword Ever had your face chewed on by a two to four-foot venomous dragon? No? Then you have never encountered a wyvern. Can you keep a wyvern as a pet? Sure, but after reading about them, why would you want Read More …

Predators

Overview Gaia has her fair share of predatory animals. Most are ones anyone would recognize such as wolves, various large cats, birds of prey, and large reptiles. What makes the predator line-up on Gaia different is a large number of Read More …

Mammals

Overview Mammals of all types can be found in Aereth. The ones documented here belong to the megafauna species. For specific habitats and variants, see the documentation on each land within Aereth. The biggest difference between Aereth’s mammals and Earth’s Read More …

Arachnids & Insects

It would be impossible to detail every type of insect flying, hopping or crawling on Gaia. There are spiders, scorpions, flies, mosquitoes, butterflies…all the normal types of insects. There are poisonous and nonpoisonous, some deadly to mankind, some not. Some Read More …

Gryphons

Contrary to myths and legends, gryphons are not artificial chimeras but rather a species that evolved naturally on Gaia. Their full body resembles a lion’s in that it is four-pawed, powerful and agile, with strong claws. The front claws resemble Read More …

Birds

Birds of all kinds grace the skies of Aereth. Species of birds include, but are not limited to: robins, ravens and crows, geese, ducks, quail, pheasant, raptors, vultures, owls, and a particularly nasty flightless bird call the Kelenken. We are Read More …

Griffin Eagle

Species Name The Griffin is known by several names including: Griffin Griffin Eagle Gryphon Gryphon Eagle Crested Forest Eagle General Information The Griffin is one of the two largest flighted predatory birds on Gaia. In size and mass, it is Read More …