These things look like bees, but they’re drones! They come in several different colors. Larger drones emit lower-pitched buzzing, and smaller drones emit higher-pitched buzzing. They’re generally fairly tame, but take care not to disturb their hive. Drones don’t bite, and they don’t sting, but they don’t need to. When threatened, thousands of drones swarm the target and begin to vibrate intensely at extremely high frequencies. This often causes the perpetrator to lose all feeling in their extremities, and they soon soon fall into unconsciousness due to the vibrations shaking their brain. Individuals tend to wake up with severe nausea and a tingling, pins-and-needles feeling all over their body. This is enough to deter almost anyone from disturbing the drones a second time. The honey that drones produce is sought after by doctors and magic-users. When exposed to magic, drone honey takes on certain properties of that magic, effectively turning that magic into a convenient, edible form.