Difference between revisions of "Vermine"

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*Hublands - Grasslands and Moorland
 
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==Description(s)==
 
==Description(s)==
 
''Descriptions are example(s) from a single individual.  Variations may be numerous, and dependent upon species, gender, age, location, and other variables.''
 
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'''Vermine (all locales)'''
'''Vermine'''
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Vermine are a distant, and somewhat more intelligent, cousin of lemmings.  Their
 
Vermine are a distant, and somewhat more intelligent, cousin of lemmings.  Their

Revision as of 13:02, 9 July 2011

Creature Tanning Info
Vermine
Creature information
Group Type I Mammal
Group Type II Rodent
Aggressive No
Pursues No
Special Harvest None
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Vermine
Creature information
Skin Type Pelt
Size 1" by 1"
Weight (fresh) <1 lbs
Weight (tanned) <1 lbs

Name(s)

Adjectives (i.e., "green" or "fluffy") not included

  • Vermine

Location(s)[1]

  • Hublands - Grasslands and Moorland
  • Uberwald - Smarl Marsh

Description(s)

Descriptions are example(s) from a single individual. Variations may be numerous, and dependent upon species, gender, age, location, and other variables.

Vermine (all locales)

Vermine are a distant, and somewhat more intelligent, cousin of lemmings. Their beautifully soft black and white fur is highly sought after by trappers and furriers, so they've been forced to evolve a bit of common sense. They meet their instinctive needs halfway, and generally content themselves with falling over small pebbles and into shallow puddles.

  • Alignment: Neutral

Uses

  • No special uses

Special Notes

  • The vermine is not an actual round-world critter, but likely a play on ermine (which is a real animal, often used for its fur).

Footnote

  1. General disc locations for the bestiary defined

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