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The lucanidae are a class of beetles that exist today and are considered quite large, but in The center they gave a little elongation. Wild: lucanidae are different from female to male and have different functions while males are more aggressive and strong, while females are passive and resource farmers, when seeing a lucanidae check their prey that when large mean masculinity, small ones mean female gender ,when you find a female don't worry she won't attack you but when you find a male he will fly like a helicopter grabbing you and taking you away, to prevent him from capturing you use creatures bigger than a carnotaurus Domestication method: To add a Lucanidae to your team, you will have to find an "alpha" female that will be born in a flock accompanied by a maximum of two males, where by defeating her you will have a 25% chance of getting a larva which you will have to feed it until it creates a cocoon and becomes an adult in the middle of this process it will ask for resources such as honey, sap, silica pearls and others. .Skills: They vary from male to female. Lucanidae Male: Grab: This ability allows the lucanidae to dismount and grab characters mounted on creatures smaller than meat. Bite: Strong bite comparable to a rex. Flying: as a beetle it is clear that the lucanidae has the ability to fly. Flamethrower: saddle skill where the saddle brings a flamethrower that is loaded with gasoline for the lucanidae. Grip: this ability is shared between males and females being the ability to cling to surfaces such as straight walls. Skills: Female Lucanidae: Protection Buff: Brings a 20% damage reduction buff to allies in a small area. Bite: bite comparable to that of an allosaurus. Fly: just like its male version, it also has the ability to fly Cannon: Saddle skill that adds a cannon that would work by putting cannonballs or grenades in the female's inventory. Grip: this ability is shared between males and females being the ability to cling to surfaces such as straight walls. Dossier: Lucanidae are giants of the center and they certainly take a lot of work but there are people who will tame them making spectacular saddles I've seen tribes using hordes of male lucanidae to decimate small armies and females as hidden weapons thanks to their adherence to walls throwing even grenades at enemies.
Common Name: Giant Katydid Species: Archaboilus Musicus Group: Tettigoniidae Pack/Herd/Swarm/Flock Behavior: Males will usually spawn solitary. Females may swarm during mating season. Males spawn rate - 1 | Female spawn rate - 2 to 4 Time/Era: Jurassic Idle Temperament: Docile Temperament On Hit: Skittish,Flee Diet: Herbivore, Insectivore Feces Size: Male - Small | Female - Medium Tameable: Yes Rideable: Male - No | Female - Yes Saddle Level: Male - N/A | Female: Level 65) Shoulder Mount: Males mount to back, similar to Sinomacrops | N/A Female version Creature Harvesting: Seeds,Thatch,Fiber,Rare Flowers,Chitin,Honey,Rare Mushrooms On Death Drops: Chitin,Meat,Fiber,Seeds, Cricket Head Trophy Real Facts: Like most crickets,males sing to females by stridulation. This song is created from rubbing wings and leg parts of the crickets body. Fossils of this speciffic species suggest that it produced pure musical tones. The tone analysis also suggests that the tones are around 6.4 kHz. This tone could be appropriate for communication over long distances. Like locusts these insects can pose as threats to some crops. Erythrism is found in these creatures sometimes. This is a genetically inherited condition that causes them to be of different colors. Colors uch as: pink, orange, tan, brown and yellow. Detail colors on the body can include blues,yellows,oranges and reds. Eye colors tend to match body color in those with erythism but most common green ones they have red or orange-ish eyes. Katydids can lay up to 20 eggs on the edge of leaves and plant stems! Wild Info: Females are mostly found in tall grass grazing, open meadows and forestry...males are similar but they tend to hide in trees more often. They will attack and eat Titanomyrma if in proximity. Katydids will have some bioluminescence that will detour creatures that hate light. Taming: These creatures are not tamed like most creatures by force or feed. The only way is by hatching eggs. This means one will need to find eggs in its habitat and hatch them. The issue is that once you find them you have to collect all of them. There can be up to 20 eggs together! The eggs are found on a special aberrant giant 4 leaf clover plant hidden on the underbelly of the leaves of said plant. Harvest the plant to get the eggs on the leaf. 🍀 You will than be required to hatch them all at the same time by planting the leaf in a crop plot. Each egg will produce a Nymph, this is the second stage of the growth cycle after egg form. During this stage these creatures are very fast and hard to catch. They will literally sprint around and seem almost impossible to catch at first but they can be baited and netted to claim them. You may wait to claim them before they molt into young adults but you will miss out on caring and nurturing them for imprint. Introducing new tools for taming with this creature are large Butterfly Nets and Nymph Lure. The net will cost wood,fiber,silk and metal. The lure will cost honey,sap,rare mushroom,silk,longrass,spoiled meat,chitin and thatch. Players can also opt to use a cast net or net gun as well to try and catch the babies. While these nets are targeted to catch the nymphs, they can be used to catch other small creatures like glow bugs for example. Breeding/Farming: After the second stage (seen in Taming), they become young adults after growing over time and they will need to grow and molt into full adults before breeding. The molting left behind can be collected and farmed as chitin. Once they are mature enough to breed,they will and can breed as other creatures do but they have 2 requirements. They will only breed at night and they will request the beat of a drum! Once these requirements are met, breeders will witness the song of the male katydid. Be warned that during this time other females might come to the song and mess up the level of breeding, so you want to make sure that other females are at a distance away from the male. Tamed (Male Shoulder Mount version) Info: When tamed, these back mounted pets will attack and harvest Titanomyrma automatically. They will give off light automatically at night using their antenae. They are another means to flight, much like a Sinomacrops. When mounted they can help find max level creatures. While unmounted they can be placed in a turret mode that will make them sing a war song during combat that will give a buff to stamina and speed. Be warned though,the war song is also a taunt that will pull aggro away from you... making the Katydid the target and vulnerable. Tamed (Female Rideable Mount version) Info: When Tamed,these enormous female insects will attack and harvest Titanomyrma automatically. They will give off light automatically at night using their antenae. They give a buff to harvesting cactus sap,silk,honey,sap,rare flowers,rare mushrooms and seeds. It can jump really well as is but it can also charge up for a much more massive leap. While in air after leap you can hold the jump to flutter and fly. These creatures can also perform a massive mule kick that will give torpor like an Equus...though will cause a bit more damage due to this giant insects barbed leg armor. Other Notes: Cook the rare Cricket Head Trophies with Mutton to get Bug Kabobs that will not only be a great food source but will also have taming benefits for chitin eating creatures that will make it the best perfect tame food for those creatures as well. It will also give a slight health increase to you or any creature that will eat it for a set time. 🍡