- European (culture)
- Flying (attribute)
- Neutral (behaviour)
A bird similar to the Phoenix of ancient Egypt. This bird was described by the Italian Nicolo d’Conti. The bird had many holes in its beak that was consumed in flames when it reached the end of its life. From its ashes grew a worm or caterpillar that eventually became the Sevienda again.
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