Dreamcatchers look like a combination of a jellyfish and a flying saucer. They are translucent and glow brilliant colors, with the center structure resembling a crystal stalactite surrounded by many tendrils or irregular lengths. Dreamcatchers float lazily around the Abyss by some unknown means, interacting with dreams that filter through the dimension, which manifest as wisp-like orbs. Dreamcatchers feed on these dreams by absorbing the information from them which can also cause them to change. One touch of the club from any of the tendrils, and the information is absorbed. The information absorbed corresponds with the tendril's color, and the dream will turn that color. Once information has been absorbed, the Dreamcatcher will not touch that dream again.
Dreamcatchers do not respond to any stimuli other than dream-seeking. Their is no original legend for Dreamcatchers, though speculation suggests they may be concentrations of dreams themselves or manifestations of actual dreamcatchers in the Mortal Plane. Some even suggest that they might just be jellyfish ghosts, and honestly, you can't argue with that.
This color list came from ancient Akrai murals and is speculated to match up with the Dreamcatcher's ability and diet. The mural claims that dreams are always one color but can change at any time.
Image: Painting of a Dreamcatcher.
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