Moon-eyes Shuka Picture

My cute little Shuka, wide awake. In eastern mythology, the carp is belived to be a baby dragon that will grow into a river dragon in time. Shuka is a baby forest dragon, this form is called a kitsuneko. Once he is old enough, he can take a full dragon form. Shuka is unique among forest dragons, for he has what are called moon eyes (one gold like the harvest moon, one blue like the winter moon) which signifies that he has special powers. He has the ability to become a demihuman at night and can summon a moonblade, a silvery sword of light that pierces illusions. His main enemy is Piru, a young fire dragon who is constantly trying to hurt him.
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