Vampiric in nature, these creatures are fearsome to look at; covered with spikes and boasting large fangs, they are swift and dangerous. Many farmers complain of discovering their sheep drained of blood, the work of wild chupacabras. Magis often take on such cases, finding the culprits and relocating them to Silva Forest. Often an egg or two can be obtained in such cases. When tamed and raised in human company, they appear to be more of a dog-like creature, the spikes growing out of their backs typically lying tight against their fur and harmless, unless they are threatened. When being attacked, their spikes raise up and stiffen, an effective defense against those who would do them harm. With sharp teeth and strong jaws, chupacabras can be extremely vicious, and need to be trained effectively.
Soft spikes have forced their way through this shell.
Sweetly curled up, this youngling has many spikes running along its back, pressed close as it slumbers. Soft to the touch, these quills will harden as it ages, become powerful weapons. Small fangs protrude from the baby's mouth, which bites gently now and then, deep in dreams. You reach down to pet it, running a hand along the soft fur. With a squeak it awakes, startled, spikes standing straight up. Seeing you it relaxes, folding its stiff quills down slowly and resting its chin on your knee, nudging your hand for more rubs.
No one can quite decide if a chupacabra is a small canine or a large rodent; with an angled face that can be beautiful colors, if seems more like a cute weasel, but a powerful body with heavily muscled limbs makes it seem more like a dog. Regardless to its appearance, it is a mighty hunter, and just as strong as its wild cousins. Untamed chupacabras can be frightening and strange looking, with matted hair and uncared for spikes. These species, when cared for by magis, are vastly different; frequent grooming and training make it more sweet tempered, and its fur is soft and glistens. Playfully romping with the direwolves, these chupacabras seem different animals altogether than those that frequent the dark woods.
- No. 34
- Obtained from Remy's Inn for 5,300. In the past it was sold as "Dark Spiky Egg"
- Released: July 2009
- Artist: Niwer
- Azazel has a white chupacabra named Sabine; however, white chupacabras are not available.