To be honest, I made all of these /possibly/ breedable because I genuinely don't believe my ideas will be implemented, and if so then maybe only one out of all of them, so that's why I made them all possibly breedable, because really, you'd only get one anyway, and the rest are just scraps. Because I've played sooo many hours of this game that more hybrids I think would help spice things up. Gives me more genes to hunt down.
This mix of a serval and a caracal is a true beauty!
What it looks like: It has long ears and ear tufts, Its legs are rather long and it has spots all around. It is roughly in the position of a arctic ramfox
These creatures are mostly solitary. Sometimes found in pairs.
Where they are found: They are found in the grasslands and savannahs.
Behavior: They usually attack straight forward, but alot of the times they jump right out of the grass to attack your nicheling from behind. They behave calmer in the grasslands since prey is so plentiful, but in the savannahs, well, not so much.
How they act in the savannah: They mostly are solitary here, and they attack more often. You cannot sense them in anything but smell. They steal your scraps and their attack is +3.
How they act in the grasslands: They usually come in pairs and are very rare to see. Here you can only smell them aswell, but they do not steal your scraps and their attack is +2
This doesnt have to be a thing, but maybe on rare events they have babys you can tame? I dont know because bearyenas are reat in all but new hybrid genes seem fun.
On a rare event, the caravals have a kitten. You can take out the mother and tame the kitten, the kitten will spen one turn trying to escape, but if you can manage to feed it, it will love you forever! It takes about 3 food to tame.
Genes you can snag:
Ear tufts +1 hearing (If your wondering caracals use these to hear aswell)
Long hindlegs +3 speed
Long legs +1 speed
Sharp eyes +3 Sight
What do you think? I would like some drawings for I am not yet very good at it :> Thanks for looking!
Exactly The mother does indeed only spawn on the beach [because she's beached herself to have her baby] and she and the baby stay there. The baby is always male, so once it's old enough to separate from her [if you don't kill her and make it friendly] it'll go back into the water and act as all the other males do.
And yes, Grabber Gob is exactly how they would look; it's the head you get from breeding with Crarks! <3