Elder blue-dappled prereni

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elder blue-dappled prereni
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Relative Level 55-60
Skill Cap 250 to 300
Skinnable Yes
Has Coins No
Has Gems No
Has Boxes No
Evil No
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Backstabbable Ambush only
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks No
Special Defenses No
Located:
Skinning Details
Skin Name Unknown
Skin Weight Unknown
Bone Name Unknown
Bone Weight Unknown
Ranks Required <300
Max Value Unknown
Max Arranged Unknown
 
Manipulation
Manipulatable Yes
Skill Required Unknown / Unknown
Teaching Cap Unknown


Notes

Prereni is Gerenshuge for 'deer'.

There are several tiers of prereni, this one being the highest. The lowest tier is Young blue-dappled prereni and the middle tier is blue-dappled prereni. The premium version of each type is a bit harder than the standard version.

- premium version of these capped empathy via manipulate at exact 491 ranks. Non premium version somewhere around 450-460.

- Parry still went to dabbling at 345 for non-premium, at which point I changed hunting grounds.


Prereni can be found through a gateway one room north of the path to Steelclaw Clan.

Description

A rather small species of deer, the prereni is unusual in that it will aggressively defend its territory. Standing about ten and a half hands high, it is characterized by its delicately pointed ears and a grey coat patterned with blued spots.

Recall

These prereni are typically found in small herds. They live for about twenty years, although often are killed well before that. As they have numerous predators, they are quick to defend themselves from attack.

The fawns of the blue-dappled prereni typically stay with their parent for one year. Fawns are hard to spot, as they have no scent and are taught by their mother to stay perfectly still so that they blend in with the foliage. If the mother is killed while away from her fawn, it will typically seek out a foster mother that will raise it to maturity.

Prereni have a great love of fruit and are often spotted in or near orchards. However, they are occasionally seen by roadsides and are not especially afraid of people.

They are not known to cast any recognized spells.

They are not known to carry loot in locked boxes.