Pillow Dragons are covered in enormous amounts of fur affectionately referred to as fluff. Despite their deceivingly large size, they can still fly even with such tiny wings because their bodies are remarkably light. Pillow Dragons have a habit of sleeping for up to eighteen hours a day, waking only in short bursts. During their few waking hours, they take the time to hunt for prey. Once a pillow dragon becomes an adult, its fur grows very slowly. Pillow dragon fur is used to make very expensive and valuable cloth known as “dragon cashmere.”
Pi'illo is incredibly fuzzy. Far fuzzier than the average Pillow dragon.
Due to a combination of a bad diet and lack of exercise, he has grown chubby and refuses to move, claiming that he is 'ill and needs looking after'. And so, he sits outside caves all day, his wings - tiny in comparison to his heap of fluff - looking to be uselessly perched atop his back.
Despite many warnings to the contrary, hatchlings from all over come to bring him food in the hope he will allow them to use him as a pillow. And they always bring him his favourite food...