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Description: Pale yellow or gold/brown-colored scales; ridge along spine; black eyes or dark-colored eyes; barb on end of tail
Abilities: Can survive long periods of time without food or water; withstand intense heat; breathe fire; inject a deadly venom through a barb on their tail
Location: Desert in the west of Pyrrhia
Queen: Queen Thorn
Diet: Insects, livestock (camels), birds, rats, camel milk
Alliances: Formerly divided into three separate alliances during the Great War:
- Blister — NightWings and SeaWings (formerly the MudWings)
- Burn — SkyWings and MudWings
- Blaze — IceWings and most of the SandWings
A subspecies has few variations when compared to the species as a whole. SandWing subspecies should not diverge far from canon SandWings.
Seaside SandWings tend to have browner scales than normal SandWings, and are usually in the brown- tan region. They have short claws and small feet that are less equipped for desert sand, and better for the rocky coastline. These SandWings are smaller and don't hate water, instead, their bodies give off enough heat to warm the water around them, keeping them comfortable in it. They have huge barbs.
This subspecies can blend in with the sandstone rocks, and the bottom of the shallows. They cannot hold their breath for long, but they can be submerged for at least thirty minutes at a time. Seaside SandWings do breathe fire and radiate heat like normal SandWings, but they cannot tolerate extreme temperatures. Their venom barbs are large and hold a lot more venom that the main species does.
Tundra SandWings have scales that can range from white to brown. They have do not have barbs, having degenerated due to having no reason to use them. However, they do have larger fangs for when they need to hunt. They are smaller than normal SandWings.
This subspecies can blend in with snow or mud (depending on what color they are). They can sustain cold tempuratures and can go for almost a year without food. They are more agile than normal SandWings due to their smaller size.