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Cave bear (the strongest bear for PVP)



Cave bear, either of two extinct bear species, Ursus spelaeus and U. deningeri, notable for their habit of inhabiting caves, where their remains are frequently preserved. They are best known from late Pleistocene cave deposits (the Pleistocene Epoch lasted from about 2.6 million to 11,700 years ago), although they can be traced back to Late Pliocene times (the Pliocene Epoch spanned from about 5.3 million to about 2.6 million years ago). In European cave deposits the remains of more than 100,000 cave bears have been found.

Cave bear remains have been found in England, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Spain, Italy, and Greece, and the animal may have reached North Africa. Several local varieties, or races, have been described; dwarf races are known from some regions. Stone Age peoples sometimes hunted the cave bear, but evidence of that hunting is very sporadic; it is highly unlikely that hunting by human beings caused its extinction. It appears likely that most cave bears died in the severe glacial winters during dormancy; the remains include a large proportion of very young or very old bears and many specimens showing unmistakable signs of illness or disease. One study suggests that the extinction of U. spelaeus may have been related to evolutionary changes in the skull, which resulted in enlarged sinuses that helped the bear survive dormancy at the expense of a thinner skull, which reduced the animal’s biting force and limited its diet to softer, low-value foods. Extinction of the cave bear seems to have been a gradual process that was complete between 28,000 and 27,000 years ago.

The cave bear’s weight ranged from 400 to 1,000 kg (about 880 to 2,200 pounds), the largest cave bears being comparable in size to the Kodiak bears (U. arctos middendorffi) of Alaska and the polar bears (U. maritimus) of the Arctic. The head was very large and the jaws bore distinctive teeth, which suggests that the animal was largely vegetarian.

In 2013 a mitochondrial DNA sequence of a cave bear was reconstructed by a group of scientists from a bone fragment discovered at Atapuerca’s Sima de los Huesos (“Pit of the Bones”) cave in Spain. The fragment was dated to more than 300,000 years ago, which made the genome among the oldest ever reconstructed outside of a permafrost environment.


In the game, bears are highly territorial bears that mainly live in and around caves, and will attack any creature that approaches their territory, regardless of whether it's the player, a dodo, or a mammoth.
They may also stand up and make a threatening roar as shown in the image below.


Its roar has effects such as losing the will to fight and strengthening itself, but we will delve into that after taming.
Also, on rare occasions, there are bears with their cubs.
Children are friendly, but parents are extremely ferocious and dangerous to protect their children.
Therefore, it is best not to approach the parent and child bears when not taming them.
To tame is to tame a child.
However, parents are hostile and attack to protect their children, so it is necessary to defeat them.
Because if you kidnap a child, they will chase you persistently.
Then, after killing the parent, hand the honey to the child and complete the tame.
After that, it is necessary for the player to raise it until it grows into Otona.

After taming
You can ride a bear without a saddle, but there is a saddle for riding the bear, and the saddle is unique in that the entire bear is covered with armor.


A bear with an armored saddle can perform a lunge attack while running, which can destroy obstacles such as structures, giant rocks, and even metal structures. can do.
This bear also has the following abilities:
1. Force of Nature: The Primal Roar empowers the cave bear, increasing its stamina and attack power for a short time. During this time, its skin becomes thicker, reducing damage taken from enemy attacks, and its claws become sharper, increasing the damage of its lunges and paw attacks.
2. Uncontrollable Fear: The cave bear's terrifying roar strikes fear into nearby enemies, causing them to be momentarily paralyzed with fear. This provides a tactical advantage for the bear and its allies, allowing them to attack stunned enemies or quickly move away from danger.
3. Protective Aura: The Primal Roar emits a protective aura around the cave bear, granting bonus resistance and health regeneration to nearby allies. This aura creates a sense of security and empowerment for the team, increasing their durability and allowing them to face challenges with more confidence.
4. Darkvision: When Primordial Roar is activated, the cave bear gains the ability to see in the dark with unearthly clarity. His eyes glow brightly, allowing him to see into the night, into the depths of the darkest caverns, as if it were broad daylight. This gives you a strategic advantage when exploring shadowy locations and surprising enemies that lurk in the shadows.
5. It can walk on all fours and two, and is fast on all fours, running as fast as a woolly rhinoceros.
If you attack on all fours, you can get a lot of meat and berries.
On the other hand, bipeds have a lot of stamina, but attack with powerful claws instead of increasing attack power and defense power.
Biped walking gives you a lot of skins and fibers.
By using these abilities properly, you will be able to play an active role in PVP, boss battles, and more!

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When taming a baby bear, it is important to note that while it is of course important to defeat the parent bear, there are many natural enemies around that are targeting the cubs, so you must be careful not to be attacked by the natural enemies. yeah.
Their predators may attack their parent bears, but bears themselves are so strong that they mostly retaliate.

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Cave Bear's abilities Force of Nature, Uncontrollable Fear, Protective Aura, Darkvision... Depending on how you use them, you can use them to your advantage against Tainted Creatures and Titans.
Even in the wild, cave bears can be ferocious and can take down a Tyrannosaurus rex, a Spinosaurus, or any other contaminated creature.


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