Treehopper toad

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Disambig gray.jpg This article is about the critter Treehopper Toad. For the constellation, see Toad (constellation).


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Treehopper Toad
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Relative Level ?
Skill Cap 300 to 370
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 Ranged/Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks Yes
Special Defenses Unknown
Located:
Skinning Details
Ranks Required <240
Max Value >1300 Kronars
1,040 Lirums
938.08 Dokoras
1.3 LTBpoints
1.3 Tickets
1.3 Scrips
Max Arranged Unknown
 
Manipulation
Manipulatable Yes
Skill Required Unknown / Unknown
Teaching Cap Unknown


Description

The treehopper toad is quite large, taller than an adult Halfling and nearly twice as broad. Its long fingers are webbed for easy climbing up and down even the most slippery of slopes, and its powerful, legs can jump great distances in short order. The toad's skin is brightly colored and glossy, glistening with deadly excretions designed to quickly disorient and neutralize its prey.

In Depth

Treehopper Toads are located in a Premium only hunting area.
The toads have Cyanide poison and are able to leap from missile range into melee. Vary in color such as: a blue and lime treehopper toad, a rainbow-hued treehopper toad, and a tangerine treehopper toad.

Bard Recall

Reflecting on the creature, you remember hearing that these toads are known to inhabit, or infest, tall trees with dense canopy cover, most notably the White Laurel of Bosque Deriel. They exhibit a variety of brilliant hues in poignant contrast to their typical leafy surroundings. The bright skin shades are indicative of aposematic coloring -- nature's way of warning predators that the toads are highly poisonous and taste simply awful.