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|“||The Furnoss is said to have been forged in the living core of Fire and then expelled into the stars above in a prehistoric eruption. Once settled in the sky, it roared to life, throwing off sparks and casting light down on the world below. Possessing smoldering patience, a molten heart, and searing wisdom, it is the symbolic hearth around which all Fire-born gather. With its soul ablaze and its heart on its sleeve, Furnoss ignites the flames of inspiration, leading its fiery bandmates in a combustion of song and inextinguishable joy.||”|
The Furnoss is a monster whose head and neck resembles that of a Chinese Dragon sans its beard, but it does retain the moustache. It has a body fashioned like a round, brick furnace and has an oven with two stubby arms that don't seem to do anything and two tiny, insignificant feet that are orange with claws. It has another pair of arms on its head that are longer, which it holds lit match sticks and use them to play its drums with. Its stone drums and horns have orange markings on them.
It is the Celestial monster of Fire.
Its constellation is called Core Aflame.
Furnoss cannot be bred; instead, like all Celestials, it can only be placed after its egg reaches the portal in the Daily Login Game. 24 spaces have to be done before the Furnoss can reach its portal. A 28-day time limit (potentially 29-day if leap year) appears for all Furnosss to reach the portal.
The Furnoss is available in the Daily Login Game during every February.
Its name comes from the word "Furnace", a device used for heating. A furnace is very similar to an oven, but can get much hotter: they are used to make steel, pottery, etc.
- The fact that the Furnoss appears like a Chinese dragon is probably correspondant of Chinese New Year being around February most of the time.
- Furnoss, along with Glaishur, Blasoom, Syncopite, Vhamp, and Galvana, play an additional part that all the previous ones don't.
- This represents the second half of the remaining Celestials, and represents the second half of Starhenge's song.
- Furnoss' idle animation used to be somewhat broken, as while swaying its head, it seemed to jump at the end of the animation to loop back.
- It somewhat resembles the Alolan Exeggutor from Pokémon.
- Furnoss is the only Celestial to be available for the second shortest time to get.
- After BBB fixed the log in problems occuring in February 2017, every player who had Version 1.10.2 got a free Furnoss (via the Mailbox). Link.
- Until Furnoss’s release, Scaratar played throughout the entire Starhenge song.
|Monsters (Dawn of Fire)|