Stymphs are large, skeletal birds that fly around the Blue Forest and were trained by the School Master.
Stymphs were, simply, giant birds made out of bones. They are similar to Crogs in appearance. They have protruding brow bones and sharp, knife-like claws
Behavior at School
- Stymphs' scientific name is Wingus skeletus.
- They remain in one place for many generations.
- They emit loud, ear-piercing shrieks if woken from a sleep of less than 8 hours.
- Despite their hollow eye socket, stymphs have excellent night vision.
- Their brow bones are extremely sensitive to tickling.