One bright morning, the dainty bay unicorn filly Raell was peacefully trotting along the path to the drinking pool, completely relaxed and at ease. Suddenly, a dark mass erupted from the bushes to one side, hitting Raell squarely on the shoulder and forelegs. She squealed in alarm as she saw the obsidian-dagger horn and red-tinted eyes of a Krag-Na, and then it was back on the attack, ramming her with its massive hooves and battering her with its teeth and fangs. She twisted her neck away to the side, frantically trying to avoid the death-bite, but the Krag-Na was too strong. She felt the sharp fangs pierce her neck and meet in her jugular. As she reeled away, the giant black unicorn laughed harshly, high-set eyes glinting.
8.5 x 11, oil pastels, krag-na (c) to me