Red Ash World Engine beta v2
Red Ash Species
Kraken Gargantuan
Population -7508 Construction 100%
Reach 71m Food 225%
Step 71m Water 100%
Space (H, W, L) 213m, 210m, 487.08m Maturity 70%
Measure (H, W, L) 142m, 139m, 451.58m
Land Speed 1 Birth Rate 12%
Air Speed 0 Life Span 6%
Body Type Stout Weight 367035.087 mt
Encumbrance (SA: 242.5%)
None 212880.35 mt Heavy 511025.775 mt
Light 267411.278 mt Very Heavy 819711.694 mt
Medium 356239.937 mt Crippling 1651657.892 mt
Physical Mental
Coordination 100 Focus 80
Strength 245 Power 80
Agility 22 Awareness 100
Health (Life Pnts) 170 (195) Identity 44
Natural Armor 14 Ego 0
P.A.P. 54 M.A.P. 30
Experience Gain -150.16%
Movement per turn
Below is how far a Kraken can move in 1 turn (4 seconds).
Environment Normal Run
Land 71m 142m
Water 71m 142m
Air 0cm 0cm
Physical Threat Range
The distance from the Kraken body to the target from the side closest to the target.
Type Ttl Reach
Bite 71m
Claws 71m
  • Carnivore - This diet must contain mostly meat.
  • All(Water)
  • Aquatic
  • Bite: +61 piercing melee damage
  • Chameleon (Normal) Difficulty: +5, Movement: +1
  • Claws: +44 slashing melee damage, Bonus, Skill Tree[Climbing]: +2, Reduction, Coordination: -1, Reduction, Skill Tree[All Weapon Skills]: -5
  • Constrict
  • Racial Levels Racial Levels: +100
  • Regeneration Health Points: +5
  • Water Adaptation
  • Racial, Ambusher
The Kraken is a sea creature that is said to be so large it is mistaken for an island by unlucky sailors. In full view the Kraken is truly monstrous. Its general form is a elongated cylinder with a bony ridge on top. The body tapers at one end and then flattens out into two triangular planes. The beast uses these planes to control its direction as it moves through the water. The body is covered in large overlapping plates that protect most of its bulk and are color a greenish-brown with a very coarse texture. The other end of the body supports 2 massive eyes that reside under a plated eye ridge. Just below the eyes are eight tentacles with two that are twice as long as the others. The tentacles are use for grappling prey with the longer two used to rake its opponents with the claws that run its length. All the tentacles have suckers that aid in grappling. Under the tentacles is a massive lip-less mouth filled with teeth the length of a titans leg. The lower jaw is broad, squarish and jutting.
The Kraken is a creature of the deep ocean and very rarely comes close to shore. It is known to chase down whales and other large aquatic creatures that it preys on. But it is not a picky eater and will feed on almost anything that is unfortunate to wander to close. Rumors of a Kraken killing a Dragon have been told by more than a few fortunate enough to see such a sight. After it feeds it is common for the Kraken to sleep for long periods of time, sometimes it will slumber for years. During its slumber its digesting meal releases gases that force it to float to the surface and drift with the currents. These currents can take it into shipping lanes where it is seen as a small barren rocky island. Those sailor that disturb the beast often wake it in a foul mood and it attacks the ship and crew, taking both into the depths. While the Kraken is a fearful beast, creatures that are 9 size categories and less (small and below) are of little interest to it and schools of sea life will take refuge near a sleeping Kraken for protection from other predators.
Kraken have no leadership.
Encounter Tactics
The Kraken hunt with their superior eyesight from the ocean floor while using their camouflage to sneak up closer to its prey where it will lurch forward and attempt to grapple its prey with its long tentacles. Once these attach the creature will pull its body to the victim and begin eating on the following round. Taking large chucks of flesh from its prey. When premature awoken a Kraken will attack the offenders and pull them into the deep ocean.
Encounter Count
1 Kraken
2 Breeding Pair
You can not train a Kraken

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