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 Chesepay Peak Predators and Prey

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Intelligence: 11

PostSubject: Chesepay Peak Predators and Prey   Fri Dec 18, 2015 10:08 am

Hopefully this guide will help you with you're role-play and give you some insight on how your character should act when hunting! 


  Please be careful when hunting, we don't want overly strong or fast characters. Obviously, some canines are more skilled than others, vary in sizes, etc. We want our role-play to be as fair and realistic as possible! 


Catching and Danger Levels

We're going to be using scales to determine how easy our prey is to catch, and how much of it their is! One colored x means it's easy to catch or find, five x's mean it's difficult! 


Ex: 
Rabbits 
Catching Level ➝ xxxxx Medium
Sight Level ➝ xxxxx Common
Danger Level ➝ xxxxx Not harmful


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Prey 


Mice
Catching Level ➝ xxxxx
Sight Level ➝ xxxxx
Danger Level ➝ xxxxx


Voles 
Catching Level ➝ xxxxx
Sight Level ➝ xxxxx
Danger Level ➝ xxxxx


Snake
Catching Level ➝ xxxxx
Sight Level ➝ xxxxx
Danger Level ➝ xxxxx




Where Can I Find My Prey?


Mice - Mice are common grassy areas of the peak. They tend to hand around the edge of the forest and beach making them easy to find and catch. 


Voles - Voles hang around underground mainly but these little critters can occasionally be lurking around the peak, the best time to find them is around mid-day.


Snake - Snakes aren't as common the the area as you would think, these sly creatures do come out to sunbathe . at time though. The best time to catch them would be around Spring or Summer.


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Predators 


Poisonous Snake
Sight Level ➝ xxxxx
Danger Level ➝ xxxxx




Poisonous Insects 
Sight Level ➝ xxxxx
Danger Level ➝ xxxxx


Poisonous Frogs
Sight Level ➝ xxxxx
Danger Level ➝ xxxxx


Where Can I Find My Predators? 

Poisonous Snake - The poisonous snakes tend to live where we have our normal prey hunting snakes. They show up much less then envenoms snakes, but can still be a danger! 




Poisonous Bugs - They hide in the tall grasses and trees of the forest. Majority of bugs here aren't poisonous, but we do get a couple. 


Poisonous Frogs - Although they aren't extremely common, they're definitely something to watch out for. Usually you can hear them, but be careful not to step on them! Some carry deadly poisons in their skin, which can cause red welts, major itching,  skin peeling, and fur loss. If it gets to bad, it can cause major sickness and even death. They chirp in the tall wet grasses, and around the water. Some of these frogs can be found on the Afalis Landing Strips, in small trees!





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