|Average height||8-10 ft. (estimate)|
Krafayis are a species of space-faring omnivorous predators.
Krafayis are believed to be an ancient species. Legends say that in the Old Times of Gallifrey, a Krafaysis attacked the village of Slothe, killing many people. A Gallifreyan, Presus, eventually confronted the Krafayis and after three days of fighting, the Krafaysis was killed.
At some point before 1890, a pack of Krafayis came to Earth, fed and left. One blind Krafaysis was left behind in France, where it attacked several people. It was also seen by Vincent van Gogh and painted into The Church at Auvers.
Anatomy and appearanceEdit
Krafayis are large creatures, with both reptilian and bird-like traits. They have parrot-like beaks, a quill-like horn, two wattles on the side of their heads, long necks and quills down their tail. They are generally invisible, allowing them the perfect defense. They could be seen in the reflection of a mirror, and could also be seen in other reflections, such as in water.
Krafayis are somehow capable of travelling through the universe, moving from planet to planet to hunt. They prefer to travel to planets with oxygen/nitrogen atmospheres, such as Earth. They hunt in large packs with a strict hierarchy and have territories which span star systems. Eventually, they leave the planet, leaving behind the weaker Krafayis. These Krafayis would be unable to rejoin the pack and in their loneliness would cause destruction and chaos until they were killed.