Kroot Wings?

Kroot have beaks and are said to be descended from birds. Bird have feathers.

Equally, birds are said to have evolved from Dinosaurs, who may or may not have had big fluffy feathers.

The question I ask is: Should Kroot vultures (winged Kroot) have feathered or leathery wings? Tell me what you think.

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Rusty Dice

Aint nothing but a horn

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2 Responses

  1. Porky says:

    I’ve gone with spines, for something radically different, more alien. We also don’t know what kind of birds they were, in that the word could have been used as the closest approximation – that could leave the door open to wackier ideas, like dragonfly wings for example, or flying fish fins, or maybe something more like jump jet vents, which could be modelled like oversized gills.

  2. Border Prince says:

    I’ve always thought that the winged kroot were just as likely to be a variety that had re-evolved wings, rather than never losing them in the first place. That fits with the idea of kroot adaptability and taking evolutionary developments from other species. What that means is that you can choose whatever you want. I think feathers often end up looking more impressive, but it will probably depend upon your colour scheme – feathers would look great with brightly coloured kroot, but I think less so on the more muted tones of some of the examples from your earlier post.

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