With its flowing body and socky-feline paws, the roumirizar is believed to have been an aerial stranger with either a limited, or insubstantial effect upon its physical environment. Certainly, there is no mention of it in regional logs, and only a handful of sentences culled from a fragmented Module 2 entry exist to describe the strain.
It was seemingly aggressive with other strangers who shared its space, including those members of its own strain, although social behaviours are otherwise undocumented. If three marginal words (scarcely legible in isolation) are to be believed, the roumirizar was, in fact, a source of danger to sensitives, and haunted its prey with its persistent mesmeric l'appel du vide. Following the death of its victim, the roumirizar descended to feast upon the remains. Its gut expanded as the meat simmered off within its bulge until vanished in full, at which point the roumirizar returned to its flight.
With the strain appearing mostly in the south-sea walltowns, it basked in the drying sun. On the tops of flat-roofed buildings, and hidden from all view, its gaze took soar over the sea. When the flood hit, the stranger drifted to the air, and circled for a perch now lost among the swell. It splashed down in the waves when it could no longer stay aloft, and so it, too, joined the ranks lost beneath the red.