Pryanost Lindwyrms use their heightened sense of smell to search for their favorite foods, which range from roots to tree bark that share characteristic strong, warm flavors. Though generally elusive, they are often spotted in the winter when the scents of mulled cider and spiced cookies draw them into towns and villages. Kind folks who leave out a bowl of cider and a plate of pretty iced cookies overnight may wake to find the delectable gift gone and soft tuffs of fur left in its place. Clothes woven of this fur carry the gentle scent of wintry spices and always keep those who wear them cozy no matter how cold it is. Pryanost Lindwyrms use their fast-shedding fur to line their nests, keeping their eggs safe and warm.