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- n. Plural form of hippogryph.
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Although all hippogryphs were powerful, this one was of a species especially adept at war.
The hippogryphs waited uneasily near the shore, the winged beasts unfamiliar with the terrain here.
The Sisters of Elune had their own method of travel—mighty hippogryphs—for the return to Darnassus, and so, after sharing a few words with Tyrande Whisperwind, Fandral Staghelm led the druids to a private clearing in the Moonglade.
And yet centaurs were crossbreeds, and so were hippogryphs, with a common heritage through their equine ancestry.
The claim to reality was abandoned and the poet quite frankly conjured up a fantastic, fairy world, full of giants and wizards and enchantments and hippogryphs, and knights of incredible pugnacity who rescue damsels of miraculous beauty.