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|Space (H, W, L)
||90cm, 115cm, 415cm
|Measure (H, W, L)
||60cm, 85cm, 400cm
|Encumbrance (SA: 80%)
|Health (Life Pnts)
Movement per turn
Below is how far a Alligator can move in 1 turn (4 seconds).
Physical Threat Range
The distance from the Alligator body to the target from the side closest to the target.
- Carnivore - This diet must contain mostly meat.
- Temperate(Marsh, Water)
- Tropical(Marsh, Water)
- Bite: +22 piercing melee damage
- Level Limit Max Level: +30
- Racial Levels Racial Levels: +30
- Scent, Blood
- Racial, Stalker
Alligators are a sub species of crocodilian. These cold blooded creatures are ambush predators that have mastered the ambush attack like their crocodilian relatives. They are know to wait for long periods of time for prey to come and drink from the water they occupy. This is when they launch themselves from the water and grab the target with their bite and drag it into the water to drown. They may also do a death roll to drown the target faster and maybe rip a chunk of flesh off of it once dead they will hide the body under water to make the meal easier to eat. When a target is attack in a group of Alligators, the group will join in and the victim is ripped apart. The are short legged with armored plates on their back and tail. The skull is thick, heavy and filled with sharp teeth made for grasping. Their bite is powerful and bone crushing. Alligators living in fresh or brackish water but are air breathers. They can however hold their breath for a very long time.
Alligators will hiss at intruders it is not certain it can kill. If pressed they will dive into water where they feel safer. A mother may hiss in protection of its nest and is more likely to attack. Smaller Alligators will stay away from larger ones as they can be eaten. Most Alligators do tolerate others of its kind while they are near in size. The exception is during mating season when large males defend territory until after they breed. They then leave the mother to lay her eggs and she will protect them until after they hatch and until the next breeding season comes around when she will drive them off.
Alligators tolerate each other but have no leadership.
Group, Small 2-5
Group, Medium 6 - 16
Group, Large 17+
Alligators are not trainable.