The first genus of Lucyopterus is thought to have hatched from deep within the remote Lavinium Rainforest. A reptilian body with wings and a human head, this species walks on all fours and has a long neck for foraging. Elusive but reliable, “Lucys” plays a vital role in rescue operations when air mobility is required for evacuations or to bring supplies. As a migratory species, they have a diverse diet that varies with location, including both fish and insects, as well as a weakness for exotic flower pollens. With an uncanny ability to communicate with any and all species, the Lucys are the most evolved of the Morphodonians.