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Mammals

Post by JK1011 » Sat May 28, 2011 12:11 pm

Eusmilus
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Hitpoints: 400
Damage: 25
Speed: Very fast
Lives in: Northland, Icewaste

The Eusmilus was a sabre-toothed cat found in Europe, Asia and North America during the late Eocene. Growing up to a maximum of 2.5 m in length, these carnivores were known for their long, flattened sabres.

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Post by Scrat » Wed Jun 05, 2013 13:48 pm

Smilodon
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Hitpoints: 600
Damage: 30
Speed: Very fast
Lives in: Northland, Icewaste

The Smilodon was the largest of the saber-toothed cats, weighing in at 200 kg and growing to a length of 1.2 to 1.5 metres. This carnivore lived in Europe and North America during the early Quaternary Period.

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Post by Scrat » Wed Jun 05, 2013 14:00 pm

Mammoth
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Hitpoints: 2,000
Damage: 35
Speed: Slow
Lives in: Northland, Icewaste

Mammoths were large, shaggy-haired herbivorous members of the elephant family found throughout the world during the Pleistocene. Reaching heights of up to 4.3 metres and lengths of up to 6 metres, Mammoths had recurving tusks which could reach lengths of up to 5 metres.

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Post by MrMorgana » Wed Jun 12, 2013 22:38 pm

Megaloceros
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Hitpoints: 150
Damage: 10
Speed: Very fast
Lives in: Northland, Icewaste

Megaloceros giganteus, often called the Irish Elk, is an extinct deer found throughout Europe during the Pliocene, Pleistocene and Holocene.
Standing approx. 2 meters at the shoulder and weighing in at over 700 kg it had the largest antlers ever recorded - a full 4 meters in width.

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Post by MrMorgana » Fri Jun 14, 2013 13:39 pm

Wolly rhino
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Hitpoints: 1500
Damage: 95
Speed: Fast
Lives in: Northland, Icewaste

The woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta) was a large Ice Age mammal found in northern Eurasia during the Pleistocene. Growing to a length of about 3.5 meters, the woolly rhino had long shaggy fur and two horns, the larger of which was located at the tip of the snout and ranged up to 1 meter in length.

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