A large, greasy, black bird, the razorcrow is one and a half times the size of a normal crow. Unlike normal crows, the razorcrow has a beak that is jagged and and curved, giving this bird its name. These beaks are used to cut through the thick hides to get to meat that their normal cousins couldn't pillage. They tend to be flock feeders, known to raise from a freshly killed carcass to defend their food against larger animals. These crows almost always feast on the recently dead, only allowing starvation to push them to hunting live prey. These birds almost never have to do that, however, as they tend to flock to battlefields to feed on those killed in battle.