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  • noun Plural form of alicorn.

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Examples

  • Meat of all sorts they had in abundance, and hides, and the rather lovely horns of alicorns, but the best they were able to do in the way of agriculture was a bit of vegetable-gardening.

    Elvenborn

  • Pacing deliberately towards them was-not one-an entire herd of alicorns.

    Elvenborn

  • She has magic enough to keep herself safe-well, according to Dina, she has magic enough to control alicorns!

    Elvenborn

  • At the last mo'ment, the alicorns veered a little to the left, and the hysterical horses to the right.

    Elvenborn

  • Shana went with Kyrtian and his people, to act as a lookout for alicorns, ambush beasts, and other un-pleasantries, while Keman went off on his own.

    Elvenborn

  • "One of them came across signs that something had killed and eaten several alicorns in the past week or so."

    Elvenborn

  • The horses, as Kyrtian had hoped, bolted-and so did the alicorns.

    Elvenborn

  • The alicorns, foe and prey forgotten, scattered in all directions, some off into the woods to either side of the trail, some turning and fleeing, and three, following the stallion, charging head-down towards them.

    Elvenborn

  • Granted, everyone knew what the forest bordering Chey-nar's estate was dangerous, full of alicorns and the Ancestors only knew what sorts of worse things.

    Elvenborn

  • "Well, I think I know what the alicorns are doing, where they're going," he replied, as he studied the ground ahead of them.

    Elvenblood

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