*cracks knuckles again* let’s gooooo
CW: theoretical death, wing whump, fighting, restraints.
Are raccoons a threat to nitebrights?
Yes. Both me and regular raccoons.
If you snapped a nitebrights neck fatally, would their body continue glowing the white ‘help me’ glow?
No, after a nitebright is dead they stop glowing. The glow is for help, and they can’t be helped when they’re dead.
If I tied a nitebright to a toy train rail and had the remote control train drive over them, how much would it hurt? Would it be painful? Say the train weights about a pound.
It would hurt and bruise, but they’d be fine. It would just knock the train off the track or stop it. Size wise, it would be like trying to have a train drive over a sedan. (i was a whumpy kid with a christmas train set, okay? lol)
Can nitebrights be trapped by fly paper?
.… The glue trap
Are there different variations of wings? Silver has dragonfly wings, but could a nightbrite have say, wasp wings? Fly wings? Butterfly wings?
Yes, there are variation in the dragonfly wings; all wings the same size, only 2 wings, bigger/smaller, colors and such. Any other wing type (wasp, fly, butterfly) would be a different kind of sprite.
Are nitebrites prone to fungal infections? What about parasites?
If Silver couldn’t fly and was forced to fight a leech, would the leech win? How fast would a leech be able to suck the blood out of him? Just a single leech mind you, the common variety.
If he had some type of tool, Silver would win. Besides, his venom would probably kill the leech if it even got him. It wouldn’t be fast enough to suck him dry.
Can nightbrite see glass? Birds can’t and that’s why they crash into windows.
Yes, nitebrights can see glass. They see a lot better at night than they do during the day but they can still see it.
If I took two paper clips and stretched them and then wrapped them around Silver, one around his arms and wings the other around his legs, would he be completely immobile? Would he be able to unwrap them?
He would not be able to escape that, no
If I coated Slivers wings with clear nail polish, just a single layer, would he still be able to fly? How many coats could I add until flight would be impossible due to the weight of the polish?
Theoretically, he should be able to fly after one coat, but Silver couldn’t. He would be too freaked out. If you put the polish on the joints, then just 1 because they really really need the flexibility and movement. Just the wings tho? 5 (very thin coats. 2-3 thick ones) and they wouldn’t be able to lift them.