ALOGOIDES

All th dragons in this family look more or less like horses. They live in groups with a male
leader. During mating season, males fight each other to take leadership of a harem. They
are fast dragons and can be easily domesticated




PEGASUS (alogoides mythus) (the species is not copyrighted to me)
Habitat: open valleys      Diet: grass, fruit     Skin type: feathered    Wings: feathered     
Group size: 4 -20     Can be found as an anthro: yes     
Brother species: Unicorn, Unipeg

UNIPEG (alogoides fteroto) (species not copyrighted to me)
Habitat: valleys     Diet: grass, fruit     Skin type: feathered    Wings: feathered
Group size: 5-10     Can be found as an anthro: yes    Brother species: Unicorn,
Pegasus

WINGER (alogoides nychopterigus)   winger-risso's dragon snout differences
Habitat: everywhere     Length: 7-8m     Diet: small animals, fruit     Spits: fire Skin type:
scaly     
wings: hooked     Group size: 3-23
Can be found as an anthro: yes    
Brother species: Unidragon, electric dragon, Risso's dragon
It is the most common of the alogoides. It is often captured and trained as a carrier. Females
have a horse-like mane

RISSO'S DRAGON (alogoides rissorii)
Habitat: valleys, forests     Spits: fire     Diet: small animals, fuit     Length: 5m
Skin type: scaly     Group size: 2-20     Can be found as an anthro: yes
Brother species: winger, electric dragon
Risso's dragons look extremely like wingers, but with no wings or mane, and shorter and
rounder snouts. Also, Risso;s dragons will rarely have the spikes on the back.

ELECTRIC DRAGON (alogoides ilectriko) electric dragon tail
Habitat: valleys near rivers     Length: 5-6 m     Diet: small animals, fruit, fish
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kin type: scaly  Wings: hooked     Group size: 3 -15         
Brother species: winger    Can be found as an anthro: yes
This dragon has a unique ability: It can use electricity! The shock can be small in order to
scare one away, or it can even be lethal. It's the reason why it is hard to capture. Some may
mistake it with a white-colored winger, but the e.d has a shorter and more rounded snout,
and also a lethal axe on its tail.

UNIDRAGON (alogoides alogodracus)
Habitat: everywhere     Length: 6-8m     Diet: small animals, fruit     
Skin type: Scaly     Other name: horned winger     
Can be found as an anthro: yes     Brother species: winger
It looks much like a female winger with a horn. Both males and females have a mane.

UNICORN (species is not copyrighted to me) (alogoides monocerus)
Habitat: valleys, forests   Diet: grass fruit     Skin type: feathered    Group size: 1-30     
Can be found as an anthro: yes    Brother species: Unipeg

FALSE HORSE DRAGON (alogoides dipodo)
Habitat: almost everywhere     Group size: 3 -15    
Diet: grass leaves, small fruit    Length: 2,5m   Skin type: scaly    Spits: fireballs  
Wings: hookless    Can be found as an anthro: yes
They are shy and hard to approach. Its strong and stiff tail can be used for defence.

BLACKHOOF DRAGON (alogoides praseenus)
Habitat: forests    Group size: 1-30     Diet: leaves, fruit   Length: 5-7m Skin type: scaly   
Spits: fireballs    Can be found as an anthro: yes

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