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Fantastic equine species, bred from Artonia's finest.

You wander into one of the largest barns in the southernmost region of the sanctuary. Inside it is comfortable and homey. Clean, creamy concrete covers the main floor, and warm native wood creates the interior structures. Countless roomy stalls line the walls, and there are several washing areas, tack, and supply rooms throughout. Far down, towards the end of the building, you can see what appears to be a lounge and office.

Entering the common room, you see a young woman sitting behind a large desk. She looks up from her paperwork and smiles at you.

"Hello! You must be Sabre's friend. I'm Celia, Sabre and I co-founded this sanctuary. I'm mainly in charge of the equine creatures here, especially our natives. Would you like to learn a little more about them?" She gestures toward a reading area, where several pamphlets and thin books are scattered over a coffee table. "I tried to keep the reading light," she says with a little laugh. "If you're ever interested, I have adoption information available too. Our lines are very healthy now, so we often have individuals ready for new homes."

Will you jump right in?


Generally, you won't see llyraen referred to as such. There are two species that we know of, llyna and llyvrin. They are quite similar regarding temperment and mutations, but different as far as overall looks go.



The first species to be discovered, llyna came from the forests surrounding Lake Lucid and were tamed over several years by those who passed through the realm. When Celia and Sabre came to Artonia, the llyna were dwindling from being domesticated but never having permanent homes. They began a rescue and breeding program, opened it to other realms as well, and llyna flourished beautifully. Some llyna are docile pets, while others retain much of the spirit of their wild ancestors.


Llyna are about the size of Earth's ponies, though sleeker and more slender. But don't be fooled, they are very strong for their size. Llyna have smooth muscles with soft skin and fur. The fur, manes, and tails all vary in texture and length with the breed of llyna. There are usually some slight differences between males and females of a breed.

Llyna are highly intelligent. If they feel a strong bond with their caretaker, they may communicate telepathically. This is especially common in llyna born domestically, as many are nowadays. With each other and other creatures, they communicate through chortles, body language, and touch. They emit a very high pitched whinny if they feel provoked or in danger.

These are stereotypes for the sake of example, temperment depends greatly on the indiviudal.


These are showy, pet-type llyna. They have a thin layer of fur, like a cat, along with thick, smooth manes and tails. They like to show off, are very loyal and calm, and love to be around people and other creatures.


These llyna live on land, but definitely need a nice pond or other water source nearby to keep their skin damp. They have rubbery skin, like a whale, and if it dries out it can be painful. A very fine fuzz is all the fur they have, their manes are silky smooth and thin. The horns on their heads protect their membrane ears. They are peaceful and fun-loving, enjoying the company of other people and creatures.


Although they aren't technically "wild," wild llyna are hot-blooded and can be moody. They are adventurous and a little stubborn, but are very hard working and like to be useful. They have thick, wavy manes and tails and a thin layer of fur. Their ears are slightly elongated. Wilds don't mind people and other creatures, but are also happy by themselves if they have toys to play with.


These llyna are very beautiful, with very thick, curling manes and tails. They have extra long, plush fur which is abundant around their feet and muzzles. Males sport some extra fur on their chests, also. All enchanteds have a horn on their forehead. They are very dependable, loving llyna who bond greatly with people and other creatures.


Noxi llyna are very unique, having the typical soft fur but also full, dread locked manes and tails. Their ears are very large, giving them exceptional hearing. Some noxi lines have been crossed with domestic lines to produce noxi with normal ears, since they sometimes get caught in fences. They have short but full curly beards. Noxi make wonderful family pets, as they are protective and love unconditionally. They are happy in many settings, as long as they get attention from their owners or other creatures.



As llyna grew in popularity, it was discovered that they could be bred with certain other equine species. Many of these were more like traditional Earth horses. However, with the llyna's new found genetic strength their mutations and breed-specific traits continued to pass on throughout the generations. After several generations a common shape and mutations set began to emerge, resulting in the first members of a news species.


Llyvrin are more like an Earth horse, and on the big'n'tall end of that spectrum. Their muscles are defined and their fur is a little shorter than your average llyna. The fur, manes, and tails still vary in length and texture according to the breed just like their cousins. Llyvrin don't show any gender-specific differences.

Again, these are stereotypes for the sake of example. Temperment depends greatly on the individual.


These llyvrin are smooth, sleek, pet types. They are generally very docile, if not a little aloof, but love to learn things and be taken to new places. Because of this, they are quite common at shows and competitions. They have short fur, and flowing, silky manes and tails.


Aquarian llyvrin don't necessarily need a body of water to live, like their llyna counterparts, but they certainly prefer it. Their ears may seem delicate but are really quite tough, having thick skin and a thin layer of fur. Their body fur is short, their manes are short, thick, and coarse, and their tail is a little fur-covered bob.


Wildbreds have been bred to maintain a more wild appearance, as their name implies. They love competition and having a job to do, so they make excellent additions to any farm, rescue, or other animal oriented place. They have short fur, and thick, wavy manes and tails. There is also some extra fur around their feet, and their ears are elongated just like wild llyna.


Llyvrin of the royal breed have been very selectively bred over the generations, even having unicorn blood introduced to the lines. This makes for a very lovely breed, and a favorite of many. They have a long, plush fur all over, especially around the feet, muzzles, chest, and belly. Their manes and tails are extremely long and crimped throughout. All royals have a long spiral horn on their forehead. They are loving, calm, extremely docile pets who love nothing more than to be a part of a family or herd.


Woodland llyvrin are mischevious and fun loving. They are a lively addition to an home. Their manes and taily are full of bouncey curls. They have little beards and ankle tufts, and short fur all over. Their ears are quite large, like noxi llyna, thought not quite so rounded.