What type of animals/what beastiary will be in the game?


  • TF#1 - WHISPERER

    I imagine Syndesia will be very Earth-like in what fauna and flora will be present, but what about on Arboreous and Tartaros? Will there be imps on Tartaros, and will there be Earth animals like tigers on Arboreous?


  • TF#10 - CONSUL

    @Ozimandius Heya o/, we need to wait abit for more informations so stay tuned 😉


  • TF#10 - CONSUL

    "FAUNA
    Our implementation of creatures in Fractured is still basic, but fully functional. As of today, the two main parameters that regulate a monster’s behavior are its attitude and migration.

    A creature’s attitude represents its behavior towards you. It might attack you on sight, ignore you unless provoked, or even help you in situations of need. For the time being, what attitude a monster assumes is only regulated by the family it belongs to, but in the future it will be determined also by your race, location, time of the year, and action record.

    Migration determines whether a creature always inhabits the same area or moves around the world. This implementation is also simpler now than it will be in the future, when we’ll implement proper migratory patterns and other complex behaviors (such as relocating to new food sources or more favorable environments).

    As for the types of creatures implemented, we have a decent variety of forest animals (bears, wolves, boars) and classic fantasy foes (such goblins, trolls, kobolds)."

    from STATE OF THE GAME #1 – A GALLOP TO ALPHA
    November 27th, 2017 at 9:38 am


  • DymStudios - CEO

    @ozimandius said in What type of animals/what beastiary will be in the game?:

    I imagine Syndesia will be very Earth-like in what fauna and flora will be present, but what about on Arboreous and Tartaros? Will there be imps on Tartaros, and will there be Earth animals like tigers on Arboreous?

    Tartaros is a barren planet, so you should expect various kinds of deserts mostly (rocky, sand, semi-arid, coastal, cold), plus some regions a little better off due to rivers and oasis. It's inhabited by the animals you can find in such locations on Earth, plus several families of dangerous, demonic creatures, and other horrors.

    Arboreus features the Earth-like animals you can find in jungles, swamps and different kinds of forests - so yes, tigers are included. As for fantasy creatures, Arboreus is an overgrown world, and massive size is going to be one of the distinctive features of the beasts that inhabit it :slight_smile:


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