Specie: Southern Sphinx
Classification: Fey (Greater)
Subcategory: Pure Hybrid
Average Height: 5 feet.
Average Weight: 600 lbs.
Life Span: 1,750-2,100 years.
Diet: Omnivore with a carnivorous diet.
Description: Southern sphinxes sport a humanoid head, which blends down into a feline body. Unlike northern winged sphinxes do not have wings. The front paws have longer digits than the back paws, and are a little more dexterous. Sphinxes sport rounded ears that are slightly mobile, and slitted pupils. The end of their tail has longer fur that the rest of their body.
Sexual Dimorphism: Males grow thick manes that continue slightly down their back, as well as heavier belly fur and elbow fur.
Colors and Markings: Sphinxes can be many shades of tan, from a nearly white cream to a nearly rusty golden brown. They also rarely come in white, grey, or black. Spots are common, and are either a darker shade of their body color, or black. Stripes are uncommon, but sometimes seen. A sphinx’s hair and mane will usually be a shade or two darker than their primary body color. Their eyes are gold, brown.
Common Magical Abilities: Sphinxes are Greater Fey, and often have between ten to fifteen magical abilities. Geokinesis, electrokinesis, omnilingualism, and therianthropy are common for sphinxes. They can usually shape shift into ten or more different creatures.
Physical Abilities: Southern sphinxes are incredibly agile and fast and are excellent jumpers and climbers.
Reproduction: With their rarity, it can be difficult for a sphinx to find a mate, and with their low fertility, have offspring. When they do reproduce, a female sphinx will have one to three cubs that will mature around 400 years of age. Southern sphinxes can breed with northern winged sphinxes, although these half-breeds are usually sterile.