A Deadly Beauty

Birds are often associated with a sense of peacefulness; they are the first thing you hear on a sunny day when you wake up in the morning, or when you go for a pleasant stroll through the park. But in Kronos, they can also be cruel, hellbent bastards, leaving a careless path of death and destruction in their wake. While they may be capable of all kinds of monstrosities, they are a sort of affirmation that this is a world that has a tendency to chew you up and spit you out . Heres a species of bird you’re better off avoiding.

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The Female Terror Bird

Klingon Terror Birds (Mach Veqlargh) are the only members of the family Karuariidae Three species (counted by some experts as six), each with several races, live in habitats that span parts of Kronos. The Terror Bird has been known to kill human beings as well as Klingon warriors with slashing blows of its feet, as the innermost of its three toes bears a long daggerlike nail. The bird has been observed moving rapidly along narrow tracks in the bush, flying as fast as 50 km (31 miles) per hour.

Terror Birds are curious, and they do attack humans. Those attacks that do occur overwhelmingly rarely end well. Terror Birds like to dive upon their prey and slash the their prey’s jugular vein with its talons and sharp beak.

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Two Male Terror Birds


Terror Birds possess some of the most disagreeable personalities in the Kronos. They immediately come to mind as the most ferocious and dangerous bruin. Weighing just 65 kilograms and measuring 1.5 meters in length, the Terror Bird is one of Kronos’ larger bird species, and the most ferocious, with the largest beak in proportion to body size. This beast is the most fiercest bird on the planet, and will attack without provocation. A number of fatal attacks occur from this animal every few weeks


Birds have something of an advantage when it comes to speed, for obvious reasons. The Terror Bird is particularly swift, capable of reaching speeds of up to 200 mph while at a dive, making it a fearsome hunter. The rest of the time it does not fly this fast, but that hardly matters to its prey.


These legendary predators sample anything that might be even the slightest bit edible, or alive. The Terror Bird is widely known for being highly aggressive, very fast, and attacking without provocation.

Article written by Cody Brooke

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