Galimshara

From WorldofAsdar
Jump to: navigation, search
Map showing the reputed origin of various Galimshara throughout the Old World

Galimshara is old Asdaran 'wanderwort' that means any reptilian beast of burden. The word originates from the Jathya-Dhumi word, galimsharum. All Galimshara as reptiles or possibly amphibians, must be placed under the law-lock in order to be controlled by humans and other humanlikes.


Types of Galmishara in the World of Asdar
Name Place of Origin Time of Domestication Present-day Dispersion Length of Adult (Male) Lifespan in Captivity Relative Frequency Remarks
Adexorn Shelekhumbia or Yephalah no later than sixth millennium AS Corundy, Throvy, Yephalah, Shelekhumbia 6 to 14m (avg 9m) 20 to 25 years common one of the least difficult to place under law-lock; aka 'takutanka' J-D, 'tamshiya' Kh
Doi-Tsyang-Gu Southern Orogurnia seventh millennium AS or earlier Present-day Dispersion 8m 27 to 30 years uncommon prefers temperate woodlands
Drakeling Pytharnia no later than fifth millennium AS Pytharnia, Barathorn, northern New World 10m to 40m 120 to 290 years rare extraordinarily costly; numerous breeds; winged flight; relationship to Asdaran dragon uncertain
Gibgibsew Shadevan, northeastern Ithatia seventh millennium or earlier AS Pallathantic Countries 7m to 10m 20 to 30 years uncommon very costly to purchase and maintain; loves water
Gubdahar Yayak Disradún no later than eighth millennium AS Hœrnect, northern Zephasia, Sahimb, Kishira, Atchaddis Plains 28 to 60 meters 100 to 120 years uncommon require much water and much food; prefer grasslands or warm marshes
Jawsha Bahuna no later than sixth millennium AS Zephasia, Disradún, Kishira, Bahuna 7m to 12m about 60 years common very heat tolerant, prefer hot, humid climate
Obd-Ihrimûk possibly Ithrads before ninth millennium AS Pytharnia, Barathorn, northern Orrhymby 6 to 11m 120 to 150 years uncommon possibly oldest of the galimshara
Objute eastern Danona no later than fourth millennium AS Danona, Weshif 4m to 5m about 50 years common bred from obd-ihrimûk; hardy, prefer warm, dry climate
Organchan Vorax Memnosian Sea second millennium AS Pallathantic Sea, Memnosian Sea 12m to 18m 180 to 220 years rare largely aquatic, more wild specimens than captive
Shalitambur southern Sungotine Sea before eighth millennium AS Sungotine Sea 32m to 48m 300 years or more uncommon very great turtle, used in the Sungotine Sea
Shaput western Disradún fourth to third millennium AS Shagrela'al, Disradún, Sahimb, Zephasia 6m to 9m 24 to 30 years common able to hold itself up by its legs, doesn't creep
Talinka Ptohlia before first millennium AS Ptohlia, western Zephasia 2m to 3m 24 to 28 years common Smaller than most Galimshara, able to jump with a rider through trees and vines
Ugatil Wild Drakes, Northern Bahuna before fifth millennium AS northern Bahuna, Chalydia 48m to 62m perhaps 50 to 60 years rare very great, originally bred by the Dracknaughts
Washiwambu Atchaddis Plains before eighth millennium AS Kishira, western Opaz 6m to 9m 25 to 40 years common possibly related to gibgibsew; prefer hot, humid climate
Wei-Zao Forests of northern Sungo before fifth millennium AS Sungo, Shwok Shanya Mountains 2.5m to 3.5m 30 to 35 years common prefer temperate wooded environment

|Creature|| Place of Origin ||align="center"| Time of Domestication ||align="center"| Present-day Dispersion ||align="center"| Length ||align="center"| Lifespan in Captivity ||align="center"| Relative Frequency || Remarks |-

See Also