The Huang has three legs, and resembles a plump pheasant with a peacock plumage.
The Huang is a regal creature who carries herself with dignity and pride. A Huang considers herself as celestial messenger and the empress of birds.
Huangs are the female half of a duo of powerful, mystical Chinese birds. The other half is the Feng; the male half. Historically, the arrival of the Fenghuang was a good omen, and often heralded great events. This might be a period of peace, the ascension of a new emperor, or a bountiful harvest, and so they were widely respected and celebrated.