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Cliff dragons are a variety of 2 legged Wyverns that make their lairs inside cliff faces and prefer high precipices from which to view their surroundings. Like the predatory birds of earth they possess remarkable telescopic and polarized vision and are excellent hunters. At a mere 15 feel in length (most of which is neck and tail) they boast a wingspan of 50 feet. They kill their prey by diving from altitudes of about 3000 feet and pouncing with their razor sharp talons. They are very intelligent and while they can be aggressive will take to a rider as long as they are well fed. They are pack oriented often hunting in large groups of up to 15 to take down herd animals (which are their primary diet) by having several pack members swarm around and confuse prey luring them into tight groups where they can be picked off more easily. It is because of this pack mentality that they make some of the best companion steeds among dragon kind. They are true dragons and can breathe fire and as such are immune to even the hottest flames shrugging off even volcanic temperatures. They are not capable of speech but do have a rudimentary for of communication amongst themselves that can be learned if one cares to take the time. Startlingly they can develop a keen understanding of spoken languages without the need for training making them further indispensable as mounts and companions. As semi-sentient creatures they need not be tethered like a common horse or muzzled like other dragons and this feature alone has made them a premier choice for winged mounts. Cliff Dragons come in a variety of colors from the full spectrum of the rainbow and indeed some are specially bred for their colors alone. Unlike steed dragons Cliff dragons can and often do choose self preservation over obeying commands...unless they have been given reasons to be loyal. That means one would be wise to treat their Cliff Dragon well.