Clanbook: Tremere (Vampire: The Masquerade Clanbooks) by Jess Heinig, Ree Soesbee

By Jess Heinig, Ree Soesbee

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Telescopic legs assure the comfort of this herd beast on even the steepest slopes. A massive, serpentine tail wraps around rocks and other projections for additional security (a man mistakenly selected as an anchor risks death by constriction). Although always on the move, the herds of guyascutus prefer to dwell on high plateau tops and feed on the small grasses that grow there. Although most of the time the guyascutus will flee from a predator, if forced to fight it will attempt to trample a foe, or squeeze it with its muscular tail.

A rider gets this bonus in addition to his Riding bonus when manuevering or fighting on this type of animal. 25'; 1-2 young. 5'; 1-2 calves. 75'; 1-2 calves. Oxen and water buffaloes are both largely domesticated bovids. Like all bovids, they are horned herbivores with fourchambered stomachs and two-toed or “split” hooves. , bulls, musk ox, bateng, yak, or gaur. In the wild, these creatures travel in herds of 5-100 and defend themselves by keeping the older, weaker, or younger beasts at the center of the herd and fleeing or forming a circle ringed by stronger males.

Beware that innocent-looking snow drift. Furred snakes often travel in the direction of the wind, giving the appearance that they are travelling with particular snow drifts. However, this has yet to be proven. Gabbit: (f)-(—,O,U,—)-1. A gabbit appears to be a small rabbit with short ears. They come in many colors: grey, black, brown, and off-white being the most prominent. In a world filled with efficient predators, the gabbit becomes a vital part of the food chain. It is easy prey for any predator, and is also a staple in the diets of many poor folk of the world.

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