Once found on the Quon continent, colibris have more recently been sighted only in the Near East. Their oversized, toucan-like beaks and abnormally large wings are balanced out by an equally long tail – which seems necessary for the bird to maintain its balance, given its otherwise top-heavy appearance.
Colibris, relatives of the hummingbird, are able to hover in much the same manner. This process, however, requires the bird to continuously flap its wings, thereby causing it to expend significant energy. In order to maintain such movement, the colibri needs a high-caloric diet… and what better way than to steal the food from those adventurers daring enough to engage them? Their large beak has evolved specifically with this goal in mind. Similarly, the large wings and rapid movement of the colibri have been known to disorient any attackers, resetting any built up Tactical Points.