The Wapnettik Inar looks similar to the non-magical caracal in that it has long tufted ears. The tufts of the ears help the Wapnettik Inar to more easily sense the presence of flying insects in the area. The hearing of a Wapnettik Inar has been compared to the sonar waves that a bat uses. A Wapnettik Inar’s ears can be as tall as 6 centimeters. They are slightly smaller than a caracal kitten, growing to about a feet long. Males and females grow to the same size. The only way to tell the …show more content…
Instead of meat it eats plants, mushrooms and insects. Their claws are not sharp as they do not have any need to dig their claws into any prey. Instead they have webbed toes in their paws that allow them to catch insects easily.
Its preference is flying insects, specifically dragonflies and butterflies. It is believed that some inert magic inside these insects are what draws the Wapnettick Inar to them. Unlike many creatures, the Wapnettik Inar is immune to the poisons that many flying insects use as a defense. Wapnettik Inars are a smaller feline, so in order to catch flying insects, they are able to jump ten feet into the air from a sitting position or leap 12 feet forward.
If they cannot find insects to eat then they will turn to eating plants. They prefer to eat sweet berries and fruits over leafy green plants. They especially like to look for wild strawberries. Just like the poisons of insects, Wapnettik Inars are also immune to most berry poisons. Some of the more potent poisons will make them sick, but none of them are fatal. If they are desperate for food, they will resort to eating mundane