Lizard

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Creature Tanning Info
Lizard
Creature information
Group Type I Reptile
Group Type II Squamata
Aggressive No
Pursues No
Special Harvest None
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Lizard
Creature information
Skin Type Skin
Size 1" x 6"
Weight (fresh) <1 lbs
20 lbs (see notes)
Weight (tanned) <1 lbs
10 lbs (see notes)

Name(s)

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

  • Lizard
  • Fringe-toed lizard
  • Spiny-tailed lizard

Location(s)[1]

--Cities and Towns--

  • None

--Terrains--

  • Lizard - Lower Ramtops (Marshland), Uberwald (Smarl Marsh)
  • Lizard - Klatch (Desert)
  • Fringe-toed/Spiny-tailed lizard - Klatch (Desert), Tacticus Ruins

Description(s)

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

Lizard (Lower Ramtops, Uberwald)

This pale purple lizard darts over the damp earth, trying to find tasty insects and grubs while not being found by equally ravenous birds. The species, however, seems to have chosen evolving for fashion over survival, as its unusual colour doesn't help it to hide well in the swamp.

  • Alignment: 4 degrees of good

Lizard (Klatch)

This is a non-descript lizard. It is a light, sandy colour with the usual four legs and a long tail.

  • Alignment: 3 degrees of good to 2 degrees of evil

Fringe-toed Lizard

This fringe-toed lizard is about five inches in length and has a flattened profile with a shovel-shaped nose. The pattern on its back mimics the color and texture of sand and it has a long, thin tail.

  • Alignment: 3 degrees of good to 2 degrees of evil

Spiny-tailed Lizard

This small spiny-tailed lizard is so called because of the spines running down the length of its tail. If you were a small animal they could be quite nasty.

  • Alignment: 3 degrees of good to 2 degrees of evil

Uses

  • No known uses

Special Notes

  • Lizards of the Tacticus Ruins, Lower Ramtop marshlands, and Uberwald Smarl Marsh have 20 lbs skins. This is likely a bug and has been reported.
  • Fringe-toed lizards have been observed hiding. This is presumably true of spiny-tailed variety as well.

Footnote

  1. General disc locations for the bestiary defined

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