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Diary of a Mad Natural Historian » Portrait of the gyrkin as a young man.
The gyrkin came to earth much as its mate had done.
Jet's black gyrkin was smaller and quieter, but more intense, its gaze already fixed on the sky as if it knew in advance where the prey would appear.
Her attention diverted by the falling bird, Elise didn't see how Elation got the better of the black gyrkin, but afterward she would hear that the tactics were similar.
Catching sight of Lady Blysse's peregrine, the white gyr-falcon shrieked defiance and rage, echoed a heartbeat behind by the black gyrkin.