Originally Submitted to FurAffinity.net on Aug 12th, 2014 06:39 AM. Before it was transferred to Inkbunny it had 152 views and 7 favorites.
In this picture I have a cute little griffon standing on top of an ornate gryphon statue located in a temple ground area of an Adlerian holy temple.
The little griffon on top is a young baby griffon that has wondered into the area from his home nearby. He is a curious little scamp that adores exploring the area like it is his own playground. ^\/^.
The statue is old and looks like the Great Sphinx by the way it lays on the pedastool. It is ornate and decorated to look like an armored gryphon. Also, it is covered here and there with holy Adlerian text. The statue is a representation of one of the main gods in the Adlerian pantheon. The god in question is the king of the gods no less and the statue, like similar ones at other temples around the kingdom, serve to protect the temple area and the reliquaries that house the treasures and holy objects being stored at the temple.
Though the statue is meant to keep out trespassers and evil spirits and creatures. The king of the gods in the Adlerian pantheon is the patron of griffons as well as gryphons and it may seem to, either fail to keep out the baby griffon, or simply does not consider him too much of a threat. In either case, it simply just looks too darn cute. ^\/^.
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8 months ago
25 May 2018 05:36 CEST
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