A giant Blandoptera can be found amidst the dense clouds of the Eden Valley and Abzu Belt, roaming calmly through the skies while feeding on spore-like vegetation that floats in the air currents: the Abzulong vitrium AN., the glass dragon of Abzu.
Living alone, these peaceful herbivores are known for the bright shine of it’s reflective “scales”, often used to temporarily blind predators, allowing a fast scape.
Though its size, A. vitrium it’s not the biggest thing flying on Anu. That place is reserved for a far more dangerous and terrifying king.
The contrast between the smooth carapace covering the head and the scaly, bumpy skin adds another layer to the beauty of this magnificent creature