This is a suggestion for a new mob and a new netherscape-only-usable item it will drop. I've written it as if it were a field report while studying the creatures. Please vote yes if you would like the creature described within to become a new mob. Additionally if it becomes a new mob, I will work with the contribution team to get the field report available as an in game book, for cheap (of course!)-----------------------Field Report: Fire-HensAuthor: Perry StahlsisNetheric Studies - Nether Expedition 103.8: Purpose - identify and study rare and unique fauna and flora.Recently, there have been reports of small, yet blindingly fast, flightless, birds running through the nether. Mostly, though, they're seen from a distance, swimming in lava as though it were water, and bathed in flames themselves when upon land. So we sent an expedition to study this among other matters. We discovered the rumors were true.Theses birds go by many names: fire-hen, Nether-fowl, ...etc. But their origins remain a mystery. Nobody knows if they were just hiding, or living in remote areas, until recently, if they were created by Zombie Pigmen, or if my mad experiments conducted atop The Eye of Stahlsis set in motion an unstoppable chain of events. It's not clear their origins matter for the lay-person either. While, there are many similarities between these and regular chickens of the overworld, there are many more differences between them, that the lay-person must understand. The list of differences follows:First, they are shrouded in flames. These flames will harm persons and ignite near by combustibles. So beware if you are a madman bringing overworld forests to the nether! These birds will be it's and your demise!Second, while they were initially reported as "sterile" and non-egg laying, they have been spotted laying eggs. At best they do so at one tenth the rate of overworld chickens. And their eggs are unlike any regular chicken egg. More details about the egg to follow this list. As for sterility, it seems this too was incorrect. See the forth point on eating habits.Third, initial reports have them flagged as harmless, apart from igniting persons and combustibles. But recent events have shown otherwise. These birds have a sixth sense for the inventory of persons. Any person carrying a fire-hen egg will be assaulted by as many birds as there are in a 100 yard radius, perhaps greater! Once these birds catch up to an offender they will peck the ankles mercilessly, causing 1 heart of damage per second, for every ten birds involved.The pecking is not what typically kills a person, tho. It's the inferno that follows these birds everywhere. So unless immune to flame, a person will be burned to death. Also, before our main egg collectors untimely fiery demise, he started ranting about how he swore the eggs were summoning hens, not just calling those in the vicinity, when handled by people from the overworld. His details were sketchy and need further study.Forth, they do not seem to "eat" anything natural. When presented with seeds they blink dumbly. When presented with gold nuggets, on the other hand, they snatch them up, presumably to fill their gullets like regular chickens do with bits of gravel. Interestingly though, junior members have reported an uptick in births shortly after feeding multiple birds this way, so perhaps this is also inducing an amorous state in these animals. As well, their preference for gold nuggets appears to suggest a tight relationship with Zombie Pigmen, yet they are seldom seen together. More study is needed.Fifth, when running, these hens easily outrun the average person. Those under the influence of a beacon and/or powerful potion seem to be able to keep their distance. I can only speculate as to the terror one might feel when pursued by a flock of these burning birds.Sixth, and final, on death, it would appear that the forces of immolation sustaining these birds also cook their bodies to a crisp. While usually resulting in nothing but a bit of ash being left behind, the occasional bird leaves a properly cooked corpse ready for eating.About Nether-Hen Eggs:These eggs are a magnificent find! Like a regular chicken egg, they might spawn things when thrown. And like the chicken egg this usually results in nothing. But given enough physical space, and enough eggs one can spawn all sorts of random creatures! If it normally appears in the nether, these eggs just may spawn it.Due to the danger of carrying these eggs, however, it's not advised for the novice, or even the experienced individual, to try this. You will probably be burned to death by the ensuing fiery chickenacolypse!While just collecting these eggs might just summon other hens to magically appear, what is known is that they do, in fact, call near by hens to protect them. The precise mechanism is not understood, but the effect it. As well, we have been unable to test the summoning theory or other theories on how near-by hens are called to aid, as our junior egg collectors have all returned to the overworld, citing safety concerns. It appears unleashing a ghast in the testing halls left them unsettled, and the loss of their mentor has left them listless. Once we assemble a more competent, braver, staff we will resume researching these subjects.