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Paige: our character's storyline is based on their species having Light embedded in their body somehow - because they live in nice darkness. The Krad want to destroy the inhabitants so there is always eternal darkness.
Pictured: Magnificent lion awoken from catnap by his pride and joy's gentle roar
beautiful-wildlife:Father and Son by Martina Neumann Nestled under the magnificent mane of his father, the little lion cub gives a growl so gentle it would fail to startle a passing gazelle. But when he grows up he’ll be able to roar just like daddy. Not that this particular parent looked in the mood for exercising his vocal cords. Or indeed any other part of his mighty frame.