Multiple Type? Yes
Weight: 1000 lbs.
Height when standing on 4 legs: 5 feet and 11 inches (excluding her head) 8 feet and 11 inches (head included)
Tail Length: 5.5 feet
Body length: up to 9 feet
Paw size: Large
Amelia-Amber is a large poodle made her dayview via a book, “The Magic of the Merry-Go-Round Creatures”. She’s a large poodle with a head of a girl. She’s ridden by me. She’s a large poodle who can handle her mount longer than any other dog on the planet. She’s sort of like a big dog that is almost larger than a horse, or pony. Although she’s too big to wear a leash for conventional walking side by side… or pull a dogsled. She can handle carrying 88% of her body weight. But she can carry 8 times her weight on her back!
She came to life after she was removed from a merry-go-round during revamping someplace at the largest mall in some village.
Kind, heroic, always active, intellagent, playful, smart, fast-thinking, fast-learner, always make correct decisions, gentle, as a security blanket, as a companion, works when supported, happy, caring, responsive, and friendly.
Big slender dog with a head of a girl, and a body of a poodle… tail with a ball tip, long legs, blue eyes, rounded brown nose, wears a diamond necklace, long white hair with light skin, and long white body fur,–resembling a large poodle. She also has large paws, and she has short nails.
Amelia-Amber is exclusively a vegetarian, but she can eat fish,–but not any other meat.
Amelia-Amber appears as a large ride-on toy via a book, “A Fair-Dream Story”.
As A Mount
Amelia-Amber can be mounted. Exclusively ridden by me.
Speak Via Words
She can speak via words. She doesn’t actually bark like a real poodle constantly like ordinary dogs. She can speak via English US; or English UK.
Ability to communicate with other dogs
Amelia-Amber can communicate with other dogs. She can translate dog language into words when supported. It can work with any dog via any breed.
No enemies yet.
Relationship with other Characters
No other characters yet. This section is going to be empty for a while,–until other characters are matched.
I created my character, Amelia-Amber after I had a dream of riding a large poodle with a head of a girl… and a body of a poodle. But I don’t remember riding on a dog when I was a little child. But I can remember part of it.
I started my imagination with a complex format as I developed her from scratch. I tried many attempts to revise what I dreamed of to reproduce it as art for my project.
As I finally reproduce a hard copy of my work from my dream, some of my classmates were inspired by my unique work, and even some teachers at school believed my work is so interesting. I continued doing my same project for my own braille books what I write myself.
I still imagine riding large poodles… never the less, most of my imaginary animals are virtual, or fictional.