animals

Animals

Each biome type has a respective resource and animal. Any map tile with that biome has a chance of spawning that animal. The more powerful and aggressive the animal, the more likely it will spawn. This makes it more difficult to be a lone character, and makes traditional passive animals meant for taming rarer. In addition, this makes it much more difficult to grind attributes up through hunting. Meat is a luxury, not a standard. To train properly, and safely, the better bet is with other characters. Also animals will not spawn if there are no people in an area, if there is already 30 wilds, or if there is 30 domesticated animals. Animals do not grow old and die, they do not migrate, they do not follow when tamed, and they do not breed. When a resource associated with an animal is depleted, the animal does not go extinct.

The likelihood of an animal attacking depends on how naturally aggressive and attack chance towards people is per hour per person with aggression. An animal attack can be on a person, on a project thereby decreasing its progress after having disrupted it, or on a domesticated animal. Animals attacking people can put them into an incapable state if they are low on health and standing outside. Animals will not finish off an incapable person. Tamed animals have a natural regeneration rate of +6 health per day. Barns allow them to heal +12 health per day. Walls completely remove attacks from wild animals against domesticated animals.

Characters are safe from animal attacks in buildings and vehicles, but not on mounts.

If an animal attack nearly brings a character into an incapable state, they will incur an animal attack delay. There is then a 3 hour delay where animals will not attack that character, providing time for an in-character reaction. Animal attacks on that character resume after 3 hours. A delay will only ever be able to be triggered within a 24 hour period that has not had a previous delay already instantiated in that time-frame.

The more powerful and/or aggressive an animal is, the harder it is to tame.
Taming requires 10 ingredients of the same type and quality. These must be raw food resources. You need all ten (10) ingredients in your inventory to see the option to initiate a taming project under the animal tab.
The quality of ingredients depends on the harvesting skill if it is not from animals, or the ranching skill if its collected/butchered from domesticated animals. It has the lowest quality if obtained through hunting.
Taming success is determined by ranching skill and the quality of the offered ingredients. If unsuccessful, you will be attacked. You can change the description of animals you tame, and you can name any animal.

You can tame any animal that can be ridden or herded regardless of whether they are wild or not, but when starting the project it will be indicated if it is already owned. To re-tame an animal, normal taming conditions must be met, the owner must not be anywhere on the map tile, and the animal must not be travelling.

A town tile can have a total of 30 tamed animals by citizens. You can see how many animals the town can have on the tile by checking the Animals tab through the Area tab in-game.

You will need to offer domesticated animals that you own ingredients if you want any of their produce. The maximum amount of produce you can potentially get is determined by how big the animal herd is. An animal herd is considered to be all animals of the same type under the same owner. The actual amount of produce you will get is determined by amount of ingredients offered scaled to herd size. The quality of the product you get is determined by the ranching skill averaged with the ingredient quality. You are limited to giving only as much ingredients as you have animals in a herd (one ingredient per animal). After deciding how much and what ingredients will be offered, a project will be initiated. The length of this project scales with the size of the herd, and your ranching skill will determine how much progress you make each hour. Hunted animal products will always have a quality of 1 (lowest). Meat, fur, and hide procured from ranching will have a quality in the same manner as collection. Eggs, milk, wool, and honey can only be obtained through domestication. You can get higher quality furs hide and meats scaling with ranching skill through butchering tamed herdable animals or tamed mounts without a vehicle attached to them.

Tamed animals are able to have their ownership potentially stolen based on the guile of the thief. This action does initiate a law break for theft. Stealing projects may only be worked on by the original project employer. Experience for guile is not awarded hourly like most other projects. Instead, experience for each hour worked is awarded all at once at the end of the project, and only if the attempt to steal is successful. If you're not a part of the group, you can initiate a project to steal the mount.

Many animals can be tamed into mounts, but they have zero capacity on their own (meaning you cannot drop your things on it); you can only bring what you can carry. Capacity for travelling can only be extended with vehicles. If you are a part of the owner's group (they do not have to be the leader), then you can get on their mount freely. If you're not a part of the group, you can initiate a project to steal the mount. Those who own a mount can assign a new owner through the animal's information section. You cannot ride nor butcher a mount when a vehicle is attached.

Any mounts owned by a non-citizen will not be counted towards a town's total limit of tamed animals.

Any tamed animal can be a carrier. Communication is not instant, but it is as fast or faster than any person can travel. Carrier animals do not go around tiles impassable to characters, they are able to traverse any tile by themselves and will move on the most direct route possible to its destination. Arrival messages appear on tiles where carriers come through, and when looking at the animal you can see how long it will remain on the tile and what direction it is moving. Animals who have a package attached are labelled with the word 'carrier' by their name.

An animal that can't be sent into a location will send a message saying "animal refuses". This is due to a town's limit being reached.

You can attach a package if

  • The animal is domesticated AND
  • There is not already a package attached AND
  • You have an item in your inventory which is of valid weight (1) AND
  • That item is not a single item i.e. one apple. It must be manufactured in some way like a container or note.

Removing a package will start a stealing project if

  • You are not the owner, OR the animal is neither in its hometown or its destination AND
  • There is not a project to steal the mail already in the vicinity

You can send a package if

  • The animal has a package attached AND
  • The target town has under 30 tamed animals AND
  • The animal you are using does not have a vehicle attached AND
  • The animal is not currently travelling AND
  • You are the owner of the animal AND you have a citizenship OR
  • You are not the owner, and the owner is not on the same tile as the animal

You can stop an animal from travelling entirely only if you become its new owner. Otherwise if you just remove the package it will continue to its destination.

This is also a viable way to get tamed animals back to town quickly, but the inherent downside is that your character cannot escort them safely. They could be hunted or stolen by people, or the package they carry could be intercepted along the way, so be careful to weigh your options when choosing an animal to send. The further away the mail is sent, the more chances there are for something to go wrong. Wild animals will not attack carrier animals.

The design is intended to allow for individuals to send their animals back to a town with a message if there is an emergency, but back and forth letters will only be viable between established towns.

If an animal who has a package dies, the package will be dropped.

Name HP Agg Pow Tame Mount Meat Fur Hide Wool Milk Eggs Honey
Aardvark1011NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Albatross2022YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Alligator5055NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Antelope2022YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Arctic Fox2022NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Arctic Hare1011YesNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Armadillo1011NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Badger1041NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Barn Owl2032YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Basilisk5055YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Beaver1021NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Bison2032YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Black Bear4054YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Black Snake2032NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Black Wolf4044NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Blossom Mantis1021NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Blue Beetles2012NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Blue Snake2022NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Bobcat3043NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Bog Swan1031YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Botfly Swarm2022NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
Brown Rat1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Brown Snake2032NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Brown Wolf4044NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Camel2032YesYesYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Chicken1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Chimaera5055YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Chimpanzee3033NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Coati1021NoNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Cougar5055NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Cow2022YesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoNo
Coyote3043NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Crab1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Crocodile5055NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Deer1021YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Desert Mouse1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Dingo2022NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Dragon5055YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Dragon Fae1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Duck1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Eagle3023YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Elephant4054YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Elk2022YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Emu2022YesNoYesNoYesNoNoYesNo
Falcon2032YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Ferret1011YesNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Finch1011NoNoYesYesNoNoNoYesNo
Fire Ants2012NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
Flying Lemur1011NoNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Flying Squirrel1011NoNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Frog1011NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Fruit Bat1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Fruit Moth2022NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Fuzzbee2022YesNoNoYesNoNoNoNoYes
Gazelle1011NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Gharial3033NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Giant Centipede1021YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Giant Crab2032NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Giant Frog3033NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Giant Spider3033NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
Giant Termites1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Giraffe2022NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Glow Frog2022YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Goat1011YesNoYesYesYesNoYesNoNo
Goose2022YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Gorilla5055NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Gourd Dog3023YesNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
Grassland Fox2022NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Green Snake2032NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Grey Wolf4044NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Grizzly Bear4054YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Gryphon5055YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Hare1011YesNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Harpy4044NoNoNoNoYesNoNoNoNo
Hawk1021YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Hawk Owl2022YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Hedgehog1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Hippo5025YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Hornbill2022YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Horse3033YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Humintling2022YesYesYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Hummingbird1011NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
Hydra5055YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Hyena3033NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Jaguar4044NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Kestrel3023YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
King Crab3023NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Koala2012NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Komodo Dragon4044NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Kookaburra1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Lemite1021YesNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Lemur1011NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Lion4054YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Luminous Butterfly1021YesNoNoNoNoNoNoNoYes
Lynx3033NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Manatee1021NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Meerkat1011NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Megarachnid5045NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Mongoose1021NoNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Monkey2022YesNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Moose3033YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Mountain Goat1021YesNoYesYesNoYesYesNoNo
Mouse Deer2012YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Musk Deer2022NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Nest Guardian5055NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Orange Snake1021NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Orangutan2022NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Orbus Pig2022YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Ostrich2032YesYesYesNoYesNoNoYesNo
Otter1011NoNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Panda Bear2012NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Panther4054NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Parakeet1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Peacock3013YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Penguin1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Pheasant1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Pig2012YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Polar Bear4054YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Prairie Dog1011YesNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Puffin2012YesNoYesNoYesNoNoYesNo
Purple Snake2022NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Quail1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Rabbit1011YesNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Raccoon2022NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Rattlesnake3053NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Raven1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Red Snake2032NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Reindeer2012YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Rhinoceros4054YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Rusageist 5055NoNoNoNoYesNoNoNoNo
Sarconid3033YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Sasscat1051YesNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Scorpion3033NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Screwhorn Antelope3023YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Seagull1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Seal2022NoNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Sheep1011YesNoYesYesNoYesYesNoNo
Shrew1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Sloth1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Snow Leopard4044NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Snowy Owl1021YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Spring Crane2022YesNoYesNoYesNoNoYesNo
Squirrel1011NoNoYesYesNoNoNoNoNo
Stalk Spider3013NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Stoneraptor2022YesYesNoNoYesNoNoNoNo
Stork1021YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Swarm Of Bees2012YesNoNoNoNoNoNoNoYes
Swarm Of Fireflies1011NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
Swarm Of Gnats1021NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
Tan Wolf4044NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Tapir1011YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Tarsier1021NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Tea Puff1011YesNoNoYesNoNoNoNoNo
Tiger5055NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Toad1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Tortoise1021NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Toucan1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Turkey1011YesNoYesNoNoNoNoYesNo
Turtle1011NoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
Vibat2012YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Warped Hedgehog1041NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Warthog3053YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Weasel1011NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
White Snake2032NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
White Spiny Lizard1021NoNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Wildebeest2032YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Wolfdog2032YesNoYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Wolverine2052NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Woodland Fox1021NoNoYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Wyvern5055YesYesYesNoYesNoNoNoNo
Zebra3033YesYesYesYesYesNoNoNoNo
Name Description
AardvarkThis animal resembles a pig, but with larger ears, an arched back, and a long snout. Their tails are long and tapered and they have strong claws for digging. A thin and snake-like tongue can extend from their snouts quickly.
AlbatrossA large colonial seabird with a white-feathered body and dark grey wingtips. It generally feeds on fish and crustaceans and will often spend extraordinary times out at sea.
AlligatorThis large, imposing reptile is tiled with plates all over its body like a scaley green armor. A huge mouth opens wide as it sits in the water, water to clamp tightly on prey that wanders into its jaws with tremendous force. It rolls when it captures large prey, so that it can rip off pieces of flesh and swallow it whole.
AntelopeThis mammal stands around 5 feet tall, covered in a brown color with a cream underside. They graze constantly, and watch with skittish paranoia for the many predators who would make them a meal. They stand on hooves, which can be used to kick anyone who might threaten their safety.
Arctic FoxThis mammal seems to be some sort of mix between a feline and a canine. It is rather short, but lithe with lengthy legs. Its white fur flows down to a bushy tail, which has a grey tip.
Arctic HareThis mammal is small enough to be held in the arms, and is covered in white fur. It has long ears, and is very skittish, its first instinct to run at the notice of a predator. A tiny nose is constantly working to understand its surrounding, and large red eyes seem constantly alert.
ArmadilloA grey armored mammal with small pointed ears a long small snout.
BadgerA medium sized animal covered in black and white silky fur. Though it may seem like a potential friend, it is actually quite aggressive, and eager to defend itself.
Barn OwlThe large bird, with lovely white and tan ruffled feathers, and huge eyes, is normally only seen at night. It hoots ominously, searching for small rodents to eat as it sits in a tree.
BasiliskA massive snake which can rise to 7 feet tall. Its green scales are like tightly knitted pieces of armor. It has red eyes, a forked tongue, and huge fangs.
BeaverThese hairy mammals generally weigh over 60 pounds and are a reddish-brown color. They have a hairless tail that is flattened from top to bottom. It has back feet that are webbed for swimming while the front legs are smaller and act as bumpers and graspers.
BisonThis very large grazing mammal stands around 6 feet. It is bulky, with thick matted fur. It has a low voice, usually coming out as a moan. Large horns sit on its head for defense, but it is normally quite peaceful.
Black BearThis large, seemingly husky, and imposing mammal is covered in thick black hair with brown markings. On two feet it can stand up to nine feet tall, and on all fours, around seven. It roars and groans with great ferocity, defending itself with three inch claws, and a deadly bite.
Black SnakeA small reptile with glossy black scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
Black WolfThis canine mammal is a vicious predator, with large fangs and sharp claws for defense. These creatures travel in packs, ambushing their prey with surprising strategy. They are covered in black fur, that may have many different markings.
Blossom MantisA large insect with claws on the front of its body, and six legs that extend from its thorax. These particular variants are bright pink, much like the blossoms they are often found in.
Blue BeetlesA swarm of large glistening blue beetles that defend their nests relentlessly.
Blue SnakeA small reptile with glossy blue scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
BobcatThis medium sized feline is covered in bright red fur, with a bobbed tail. It hides high in the trees, living off of the birds and mammals who also make their home there.
Bog SwanA graceful looking but notoriously foul-tempered water bird.
Botfly SwarmA collection of small, black flies that typically lay their eggs under the skin of those who linger too close to their nests for too long.
Brown RatThis dirty looking rodent is rather large, about two feet in width. It has a long fleshy tail, and is covered in auburn fur. Beady black eyes stare around the landscape, looking for scraps of food where it can. When it feels threatened, it tries to run away, squeaking fearfully.
Brown SnakeA small reptile with glossy brown scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
Brown WolfThis canine mammal is a vicious predator, with large fangs and sharp claws for defense. These creatures travel in packs, ambushing their prey with surprising strategy. They are covered in brown fur, that may have many different markings.
CamelThis large mammal is covered in tan fur, with two humps on its back. They stand on all fours with hooves, and can go without drinking anything for weeks on end. It has potential to be docile, but if annoyed, they have a habit of spitting at the nuisance.
ChickenA small flightless bird with varying colors of plumage.
ChimaeraA large beast with the head of a lion on the front, the head of a goat on its back, and a snake for a tail. It can breathe fire when antagonized, and is quite ferocious.
ChimpanzeeThis large mammal is of the apes, and is small compared to its bulkier brethren. Contrary to what may be believed though, this creature does not let its size hinder it. It is a very capable fighter if pressed. It is covered in green fur, and stands around three feet.
CoatiThis rotund animal is typically found in autumnal colors with a paler underside. They have small beady black eyes, rounded ears, and an elongated snout which they use to root through the ground for food. By far the most striking thing about this animal is their long rainbow colored banded tails. They are easily approached, but will nip or scratch with their short claws if frightened.
CougarA large predatory feline with a tan coat and cream underbelly.
CowThis large grazing mammal stands around 5 feet tall, with a large gut in order to digest huge amounts of vegatation. It moos lazily, seeming oblivious to its surroundings. It has white hide with brown markings, and floppy ears on the sides of its large square-shaped head.
CoyoteA skittish canine mammal, this animal is covered in dirty blonde fur. It scavanges the landscape for animals that have already been killed, and has a very complacent demeanor; though it is wild. If tempted it has a fearsome bite.
CrabThis small crustacean has short dull spines along its body, with large claws, and tiny eyes. It walks sideways along beaches and in grottos.
CrocodileThis large reptile is scaled in the color brown all over, residing within bodies of water and attacking fish who swim near. Its teeth are fearsome, and its bite is potentially fatal.
DeerThis mammal stands around 5 feet tall, covered in a lovely pale red color. They graze constantly, and watch with skittish paranoia for the many predators who would make them a meal. They stand on hooves, which can be used to kick anyone who might threaten their safety.
Desert MouseThis tiny rodent has grey fur and a short tail. It squeaks as it scurries underneath brush, trying to find fruit and bugs.
DingoThe dog-like creatures are far from your average mutt, they pack a mean bite and are often seen in packs.
DragonA large four-legged beast typically covered in hard scales. They vary drastically between each other but often have horns and two wings that sprout from their backs.
Dragon FaeA small lizard with brightly colored wings like that of a butterfly. They are very friendly, and curious creatures who primarily eat insects but will sometimes eat fruit.
DuckA small water bird with webbed feet that quacks.
EagleThis large bird is equipped with deadly three inch talons. It actively hunts its prey without fear, and screeches loudly when it has been victorious in the kill. If someone comes too close for its comfort, it will hiss.
ElephantThis huge mammal stands around ten feet, and is hairless with grey hide. A large trunk of a nose falls almost to the ground, used for many tasks that these beasts complete throughout their lifetime. They are highly intelligent, and majestic, with large flapping ears, and slow movement. They could easily trample any creature not quick enough, or intelligent enough, to stay out of their path.
ElkThis large mammals stands around six feet tall, on large hooves meant for long travel. Long shaggy blue fur covers this creature, right up to its giant, twisted antlers.
EmuThese flightless birds have small wings relative to their bodies but are capable of running quickly.
FalconA bird of prey with superb vision, a hooked upper beak and strong, grasping feet with sharp talons.
FerretA small furry white mammal with a long body, little claws, and small round dark eyes with a button nose that hunts other burrowing mammals.
FinchThis tiny bird tweets all day long, fluttering with light brown wings around its flock.
Fire AntsA swath of miniscule red ants. Individually these tiny beasts are warm to the touch but in droves can cause a small animal to overheat, if they do not succumb to these insects painful bites and razor-sharp horns.
Flying LemurA small furry creature no larger than a conventional hand with a banded white and brown tail, almost disproportionately huge eyes, and large wide ears. Its diet is composed of fruit, and constantly looks as though it has been caught in the middle of misbehavior.
Flying SquirrelThis small mammal is rodentlike and chipper, dashing from the ground to the tree in a mad dash to store winter stockpiles. It glides from branch to branch on skin flaps when it needs to cross small aerial distances.
FrogA small amphibian covered in bright colors of all sorts. It is very lithe, and chirps soothingly in the background, always staying near water.
Fruit BatThis animal is small with featherless, leathery wings. It is black all over with large ears and tiny eyes, squeaking as it flies around at night looking for bugs to eat.
Fruit MothA giant moth with colorful wings and a fat abdomen. It flutters around seemingly at random, but appears to be attracted to light sources.
FuzzbeeThis large bee is 3 feet in height, and makes a loud buzzing sound when it flies. It has fur on its body that is very soft, and is used to collect pollens in the air while it flies. It has a face that looks more like a mammal than an insect, with round black eyes with small mandibles and small antenna. Unlike normal bees, they don’t have a queen, but live on their own and only building a hive with a single mate.
GazelleAgile and graceful, these animals resemble a goat crossed with a deer. They have long ringed horns that gently curve. When threatened, they stomp their cloven hooves or flick their tails as warning flags. When fleeing, they tend to bound with all four legs off of the ground, pronking away in a great burst of speed.
GharialThese large reptiles enjoy it best in bodies of water, snapping up fish or unsuspecting passers-by.
Giant CentipedeThis large and thick critter has upward to 120 legs, and it has a tendency to bite with their painful mandibles when provoked.
Giant CrabA massive crab over 9 feet in height with huge pincers. It burrows in the sand to hide.
Giant FrogA huge amphibian covered in bright colors of all sorts. It croaks loudly when threatened, and has a long sticky tongue to drag victims into its big mouth.
Giant SpiderA massive spider over 9 feet in height with huge mandible. It spins webs as traps.
Giant TermitesThese primitive-looking termites are capable of building huge and complex mounds to live in and are a good source of protein.
GiraffeThese animals have almost deer-like heads, with large long-lashed eyes and hair covered horns. Their head is held nearly fifteen feet off of the ground at the end of an elongated neck that barely bends. Their front legs are longer than their back legs, and their tails have a scraggly brush-like tuft at the end. They are patterned all over with large blocky splotches. When threatened, they can deliver a mighty kick.
Glow FrogA large species of frog that can be ridden. They seem to constantly be hopping around the area looking for food. They come in a variety of bright colors, and the designs on their back seem to glow in dim light.
GoatLarge spiraling horns come out of this animals head, whose eyes are large with slit pupils. It is nearly covered in matted fuzzy pale green fur that is rough to the touch. It can usually be found grazing, and bleating without rhyme or reason.
GooseA large white water bird that is very territorial.
GorillaThis large and intimidating ape is covered in dark purple fur, with huge, powerful hands, and enough weight on its body to break a bone or two. Despite its size, is it very fast. These animals travel in packs, and eat fruits.
Gourd DogThis orange creature appears to be a living pumpkin with four stubby legs. The top of the creature occasionally opens up like a lid to reveal a huge mouth, from which a tongue often hangs out. It moves and behaves like a small and very excitable dog.
Grassland FoxThis mammal seems to be some sort of mix between a feline and a canine. It is rather short, but lithe with lengthy legs. Its red-brown fur flows down to a bushy tail, which has a black tip.
Green SnakeA small reptile with glossy green scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
Grey WolfThis canine mammal is a vicious predator, with large fangs and sharp claws for defense. These creatures travel in packs, ambushing their prey with surprising strategy. They are covered in grey fur, that may have many different markings.
Grizzly BearThis large, seemingly husky, and imposing mammal is covered in thick brown hair with brown markings. On two feet it can stand up to nine feet tall, and on all fours, around seven. It roars and groans with great ferocity, defending itself with three inch claws, and a crushing bite.
GryphonA large beast with the head, coloring, and front legs of an eagle, and the tail and back legs of a lion. They are covered in fur that becomes a mane when fully mature, and have large wings on their backs.
HareThis mammal is small enough to be held in the arms, and is covered in brown fur. It has long ears, and is very skittish, its first instinct to run at the notice of a predator. A tiny nose is constantly working to understand its surrounding, and large red eyes seem constantly alert.
HarpyA winged beast with the head of a woman. It screeches when threatened. It has large talons which it uses to steal from people, often disrupting projects.
HawkThis large bird is predatory, and soars the skies searching for their meals. It is black with a sharp white beak, and chirps out high pitched vocals as it dives down for its kills.
Hawk OwlThe large bird, with lovely brown speckled ruffled feathers, and huge eyes, is normally only seen at night. It hoots ominously, searching for small rodents to eat as it sits in a tree.
HedgehogA tiny mammal with quills on its back that it can spike if threatened.
HippoThese large semi-aquatic animals have short stumpy legs and long wide bodies. They resemble pigs, but with broader snouts and tiny ears. They look almost friendly until they open their mouth to reveal long tusks capable of stripping the flesh from the unwary. Clumsy on land, they are remarkably agile and fast in the water.
HornbillThese birds are often muted in color but with contrasting and vibrantly pigmented bills. Their bills are long and hook downward like a horn, and some bear an additional growth along the top mandible that they use to defend themselves against threats. Their necks are very strong to support their heavy bills, which they wield with a deft precision when eating, hunting, or building nests.
HorseThis large mammal can be covered in variety of fur colors with various white markings, and a lengthy mane. It grazes on grass, flicking its long flowing tail lazily. Standing on large hooves, it can easily outrun any other animal in the area, as it can handle the rough terrain much more easily.
HumintlingThis leggy creature is about the same height as an elk, though unlike an elk it is taller than it is long. It's "fur" consists of hundreds of mint leaves with one large one on the rump as the tail. Great variation is found among herds of them from catmint to peppermint to name a couple of examples.

It does not feature any traditional hooves or claws, instead more closely resembling branches. It has a long and slender neck where its head resembles a half oval mask, dark eyes set in. Atop it are horn-like protrusions that are similarly branch-like and from it grow fresh mint leaves. They grow larger as the creatures age. On the back of the neck and shoulders are what resemble vents, open sections where glands can be found. Humintlings produce a near constant humid fog from these glands, that smell strongly of their associated mint. This means wherever they are found you're likely to be met with a fresh scent.
HummingbirdA thumb-sized bird that is typically very brightly colored and thrives off flower nectar. These tiny, curious creatures are quite fragile and tend to flit very quickly from one spot to another.
HydraA massive multi-headed dragon like beast. The heads join together at a large body which drags itself along with two clawed legs. Reaching behind the beast is a large tail, often sporting another head on the end.
HyenaThese hyenas have speckled coats and, on occasion, even sound like they're laughing.
JaguarThis large feline is covered in dark green fur, with swirling white symbols that flow around its body. It seems calm, and complacent, with modest claws and teeth; but the real danger is that poison drips from them. A sickening poison, that kills the plants on the earth that it touches.
KestrelThese birds of prey are often seen circling high above before diving down for their next meal.
King CrabThese vibrant and naturally red crabs grow to huge sizes. This particularly variety like to bury themselves in the warm volcanic sands. They're known for their delicious meat.
KoalaThese fluffy creatures are usually seen in treetops, though on occasion they're known to venture down. They have large ears and noses but when angered make terrible screams and growls.
Komodo DragonThis reptile is fairly large, with long claws and a tongue that flickers out of its mouth. It stands on all fours, its long scaled tail flicking about on the ground. This creature can climb trees, trying to search for eggs or small mammals to eat. Its bite is poisonous, the saliva it produces full of bacteria.
KookaburraA large brown bird with a white underside, and a long slender beak. It has a loud call which sounds like deep laughter.
LemiteA round, fat lemon shaped yellow bug that scurries around on eight legs. It often hangs from lemon trees using its strong retractable feeding apparatus that can be easily mistaken as a lemon stem.
LemurA lanky mammal with a long, bushy, black-and-white ringed tail. It spends a lot of time on the ground, but uses its long tail as a tool in tree climbing. It is extremely territorial. When threatened it will make loud calls to warn its brethren.
LionThese large wild cats have long muscular bodies and shorter legs. Built powerful and sleek, they move with a prowling gait and strike with a ferocity. Males tend to exhibit impressive manes that serve to make them look more imposing. Females are only slightly smaller than the males, and just as dangerous.
Luminous ButterflyA bioluminescent, person-sized insect with a long feeding tube and enormous iridescent eyes. Though docile, these creatures are apt to accidentally smash into different things and are drawn to movement. A small flock of butterflies follows in its wake, drawn by its natural lights.
LynxThis feline animal stand about three feet tall and three feet in length. It has light tan fur, with black markings on the tips of their ears, and spots along their bodies. It has sharp teeth and claws, and stalks the prey it decides to hunt.
ManateeA slow moving, semi-aquatic, hairless mammal which lives in the water. They are very gentle creatures with whiskers on their muzzles, webbed feet, and a fat flap for a tail.
MeerkatThese animals have a brindled coat pattern, broad heads, large eyes, and a long tapered tail. They can often be seen standing on their hind legs with their forelegs held close to their body, keeping watch for trouble. When cornered, they fight viciously with sharp little teeth, but most often evade trouble by disappearing into convoluted tunnel systems.
MegarachnidThese strange creatures vary in size from the size of an average person to roughly two stories tall. Shape and leg number vary from creature to creature, but their hunger for living flesh is universal.
MongooseThis small weasel-like rodent is an expert at catching reptiles. It squeaks with adorably large yellow eyes, and loves to socialize with other beings. It is covered in midnight blue fur, with a long tail that swishes with plenty of expression. Surprisingly, it is a fearless against its prey, standing up to a venomous foe with a puffed out chest and determined eyes.
MonkeyThis small monkey is covered in bright orange fur, obnoxiously screeching and making mayhem as it wills. It eats fruits and vegetation, and is very charismatic and sociable It is easily threatened, and will attack with quick vengeance if required.
MooseA large hoofed mammal with brown and long faces. Males have huge sets of antlers, but both genders have a flap of skin that hangs just below the chin.
Mountain GoatAn ornery horned, four-legged creature with a thick coat of wool and a permanently annoyed look on its often-scarred mug. It is highly territorial, and when it is not territorial, it is generally quite grumpy on pure principle.
Mouse DeerThis mammal stands around 3 feet tall, covered in a lovely pale red color. They graze constantly, and watch with skittish paranoia for the many predators who would make them a meal. They stand on hooves, which can be used to kick anyone who might threaten their safety.
Musk DeerThese small mammals differ from usual deer in that they have large upper canines that closely resemble fangs. They're shy creatures preferring to usually stay deep in the forests. They have a pale golden-brown coat.
Nest GuardianA huge worm with lines of barbs long its length. The front of the worm opens to reveal endless rows of teeth that chatter with rage. It is often hidden under the sandy dunes near its nest, only surfacing to defend its colony.
Orange SnakeA small reptile with glossy orange scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
OrangutanThis large mammal is of the apes, and is pretty bulky with long lanky arms. It is covered in shaggy orange fur, and it has very expressive facial features. They tend to be shy and gentle.
Orbus PigUnexplainably circular and large, it appears this giant round pig can be ridden but very, very slowly. They don't appear particularly hostile but do bump into things due to their sheer size. All Orbus Pigs feature a bow like bit of skin above one eye in various colours.
OstrichThese flightless birds have a round body with bold black and white coloring and long fluffy looking feathers. Their legs and necks are of great length, boosting them to a height of nearly nine feet. When moving, they can run at impressive speeds but will defend themselves with powerful kicks with their taloned two-toed feet.
OtterA small furry brown mammal with a long body, little claws, and small round dark eyes with a button nose. It has webbed toes that help it swim to catch fish.
Panda BearThis ursine creature is large and covered in black and white fur. It is particularly slow and lazy, to such an extent that it is a miracle that it have not been claimed by extinction or evolution yet.
PantherThis feline is large and as black as a shadow, stalking along the foliage like a silent assassin. It has fearsome claws, and sharp teeth, with large slitted yellow eyes.
ParakeetThis large colorful bird is quite talkative, and beautiful. If tempted to become docile, it would not be a difficult task, as these birds are very sociable. It has white around its small eyes, a large curved beak, and feathers of all colors on its body. They love fruits and nuts, and can even be affectionate.
PeacockA large flightless bird composed of green and blue plumage. Their tails splay in a fan pattern to show off their unique feathers which have an eye of yellow on the tips.
PenguinA 6-foot-tall bird with a red hue that swims faster than it walks. Its large eyes allow it to see clearly in the deep ocean. Although its beak may be used as a weapon, the penguin prefers to either flee or intimidate the danger. The flesh obtained from a penguin has an interesting taste.
PheasantA large, dramatic bird, approaching nearly 3 feet. The male is more boldly colored with a darker, mottled body, a white collar, or ring, around his neck, and an iridescent blue-green head with a bold red patch around the eye.
PigA highly intelligent large hairless mammal with even toes, and a short snout to overturn earth in search for mushrooms and insects. They make snort and squeal sounds to express their mood.
Polar BearThis large, seemingly husky, and imposing mammal is covered in thick white hair with brown markings. On two feet it can stand up to nine feet tall, and on all fours, around seven. It roars and groans with great ferocity, defending itself with three inch claws, and a deadly bite.
Prairie DogThese small rodents burrow holes into the ground, perking up to view its surroundings for predators and food sources, and are herbivorous.
PuffinA squat auk with a large bright-orange beak and black-and-white plumage. It tends to hop on both webbed feet when it waddles on land, but shows considerable dexterity when moving through water.
Purple SnakeA small reptile with glossy purple scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
QuailThis large bird is ground-bound, unable to fly anywhere. To compensate, it is very quick, able to run off at a moments notice. It is covered in dull brown feathers.
RabbitThis mammal is small enough to be held in the arms, and is covered in tan fur. It has long ears, and is very skittish, its first instinct to run at the notice of a predator. A tiny nose is constantly working to understand its surrounding, and large red eyes seem constantly alert.
RaccoonA very adaptable mammal that will use dexterous front paws and long fingers to find and feast on a wide variety of fare. It is primarily grey but has a black stripe across its face, and a striped tail.
RattlesnakeA small reptile with glossy brindle scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
RavenA scrappy black bird that will sometimes give gifts of shiny objects to those who befriend it.
Red SnakeA small reptile with glossy red scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
ReindeerThis hearty animal is covered in deep creamy brown fur. They graze constantly, and watch with skittish paranoia for the many predators who would make them a meal. They stand on hooves, which can be used to kick anyone who might threaten their safety.
RhinocerosA large, herbivorous mammal identified by their characteristic horned snout. They are heavily territorial and will charge at anything perceived as a threat.
Rusageist This looks like a gaunt skeleton recently disinterred from the grave. What lips it has are tattered and bloody. Unclean and suffering from suppuration of the flesh, it gives off an eerie odor of decay. It has the appearance of a large, gaunt man with the head of deer skull.
SarconidThis lumbering 9-foot long monster trundle and thuds on massive legs, covered from snout to tailtip in absurdly dense scales too fungus-laden to be of any use. It's cloudy eyes glimmer like lights in the dark, amplified by the sonorous boom of its slow plod through life. It almost appears to be a beast from another era entirely.
SasscatThis small cat is the size of a domestic kitten, and is covered in varying shades of pink fur that seem to become more pink the longer you stare at it. It is highly aggressive, but is mostly harmless. They tend to make independent but affectionate pets, though they may be considered high-maintenance to keep pleased.
ScorpionA large insect with pincers, and a long curved tail which holds a stinger at the end.
Screwhorn AntelopeThis hearty animal is covered in grey fur. They have very long white spiralling horns on their heads, and are very skittish.
SeagullThis sea bird is a dark blue, and is often seen scouring the ocean for fish to snatch from the water. It has an average beak and is quite spritely in personality, on typical terms.
SealA large blubbery fin-footed animal with big round eyes and whiskers.
SheepThis grazing mammal is covered in thick, fluffy white wool. It bleats happily, usually while it's within its herd. Its face is black, as are its legs. They stand on sturdy hooves.
ShrewA small furry mammal with an elongated nose, and very sharp teeth. It is a voracious hunter, feeding on insects and other animals.
SlothA slow moving hairy mammal with long toes that help it clasp to branches.
Snow LeopardThis large feline has long, thick fur, with the base color varying from smoky gray to yellowish tan, with whitish underparts. They have dark grey to black open rosettes on their bodies, with small spots of the same color on their heads and larger spots on their legs and tails.
Snowy OwlThe large bird, with lovely white ruffled feathers, and huge eyes, is normally only seen at night. It hoots ominously, searching for small rodents to eat as it sits in a tree.
Spring CraneA graceful bird that wanders around, picking out small bugs and critters from the soil and in shallow water pools. It has pale white feathers, a red crested head, and black-tipped wings.
SquirrelThis small mammal is covered in short brown fur, with a large bushy tail that twitches with curiosity. It can be seen scurrying along the ground, scavenging for food. With little brown eyes, and tiny hands and feet, it is quite defenseless; but quick.
Stalk SpiderThis docile spider stands between fifteen to twenty feet tall with extremely long legs and a surprisingly small body. Its legs are almost identical to bamboo, and it makes little to no noise as its move.
StoneraptorA large flightless construct organically born from stone and heat. Their leathery, stonelike skin hides away extremely hot magma that composes their interior, cracked in some places and imbued with glowing runes of an unknown language on smoother patches of stoneskin. Their eyes, and the inside of their beaks glow a bright fiery yellow.
StorkThese birds are tall, with long legs and an impressive wingspan. They tend to hunt in the shallows, wading in the water and striking with long dagger-like beaks. When at rest, they hunch slightly but can extend their neck to add to their impressive height.
Swarm Of BeesA swarm of a hive of insects with black and yellow stripes. They can sting only once before they die, but will do anything to protect their queen.
Swarm Of FirefliesTiny bugs flitter through the air, lighting up the fog with a sea of tiny specks of light.
Swarm Of GnatsA swarm of traveling pests almost too small to see but too annoying to ignore. They constantly swarm and bite, proving an endless nuisance for weary travelers.
Tan WolfThis canine mammal is a vicious predator, with large fangs and sharp claws for defense. These creatures travel in packs, ambushing their prey with surprising strategy. They are covered in tan fur, that may have many different markings.
TapirA mammal that looks a lot like a pig but has a small short trunk and is much more skittish. It is a very shy animal that prefers to remain unseen, and is mostly herbivorous.
TarsierA small nocturnal primate. They come in various shades of dark fur coloration and have spindly hands and feet adapted to easily navigate the trees they live in. Their most notable feature is their abnormally large and glowing eyes, often seen tracking any movement on the ground from the treetops.
Tea PuffA little spherical creature that grows to no bigger than half a foot in size. They're extremely soft and are various shades of light green. They have little black eyes that watch the world around them and seem to bask in the sun for energy. During good weather they can be seen drifting about on the breeze but like to settle under the cover of nearby bushes during poorer weather.
TigerA large muscular predatory cat with orange fur on the back and a white underbelly. It has black stripes all over the body to help it camouflage in brush.
ToadA small amphibian with bumpy skin. It sits on lilly pads or in brush and croaks, lapping up bugs in the air with its tongue. It hardly moves as it is very fat, but when it does move, it hops short distances.
TortoiseA large reptile that has a hard shell on its back. It can live for many years.
ToucanThis large bird making a curiously melodic call, though it is extremely loud. The majority of its feathers are black with a sudden splash of color on its face and beak. It also looks like a fruit, but the large beak is actually ideal for eating it instead of being it. They are sociable, but less so than others of its kind.
TurkeyA large flightless bird composed of brown and white plumage. Their tails splay in a fan pattern.
TurtleThis creature is slow moving and small, usually found by bodies of water. It has a hard shell that it hides in if threatened by predators, but it can pack a nasty bite with its sharp beak if need be. It has green skin and a brown shell.
VibatThis small critter resembles a bat in form though with smaller ears. Unlike a bat though, you would have to be blind to miss it in flight despite its eerie quiet as not only is it bright orange but there is also a slight glow to it. When at rest, the animal prefers to hide among vines trying its best to disguise its bright colors. For the most part, these creatures try their best to avoid contact with others.
Warped HedgehogA fleshy, twisted creature covered in barbs that function as mosquito-like tubes. It is highly territorial and irrationally ill-tempered. Despite its sickly blue coloration and misshapen body, it moves with an alarmingly fast speed.
WarthogThe mammal has large tusks under its upper jaw, which consists of a large overbite. It squeals and attacks aggressively when threatened, and is covered in a thin layer of black, wiry hair.
WeaselA small furry brown mammal with a long body, little claws, and small round dark eyes with a button nose that hunts other burrowing mammals.
White SnakeA small reptile with glossy white scales running the length of a long serpent body. It has large fangs dripping with venom, and a forked tongue that flickers out to understand its surroundings. When threatened, it coils as a warning, before striking with deadly accuracy.
White Spiny LizardA small white reptile, with short spikes covering the skin and a tail that is fat at the end. It chirps melodically within the brush to find mates.
WildebeestResembling a mix between a cow and an antelope, wildebeests have heavy forequarters and a broad muzzle. Their faces are almost doleful in expression, with a slight curve to their nose. Horns erupt from the top of their head, split in the center like a parting in hair. They swoop down and then curve back up. Their tails are long, with a brush-like tassel on the end.
WolfdogA furry canine with varying shades of earthy coats. They are vicious if cornered and are quick to snap at small animals, meat, or bone scraps.
WolverineA stocky and muscular animal. With short legs, broad and rounded head, small eyes and short rounded ears, it closely resembles a bear. Though its legs are short, its large, five-toed paws enable them to climb up and over steep cliffs, trees and snow-covered peaks with relative ease.
Woodland FoxThis mammal seems to be some sort of mix between a feline and a canine. It is rather short, but lithe with lengthy legs. Its red-brown fur flows down to a bushy tail, which has a white tip.
WyvernA large reptile with a crocodilian dragon head, and webbed leathery wings. It has a barbed tail tip that it can use to attack, and large talons on all four feet.
ZebraThese equines bear distinctive stripes on their coat that helps them to confuse predators while in herds. When threatened, they will snap with flat teeth or turn to deliver a devastating kick. They are hardy animals that stand about five feet at the shoulder and can run for great distances at a moderate speed.

  • animals.txt
  • Last modified: 2021/02/05 02:27
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