Sailfin lizard

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<color> Sailfin Lizard
Unknown creature.jpg
Relative Level 55-60
Skill Cap 300 to 500
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 Yes
Special Defenses Unknown
Skinning Details
Part Name sailfin claw
Part Weight 4
Ranks Required <300
Max Value > 1341
1,341 Kronars
1,072.8 Lirums
967.666 Dokoras
1.341 LTBpoints
1.341 Tickets
Max Arranged Unknown
Manipulatable Yes
Skill Required Unknown / Unknown
Teaching Cap Unknown


Massing as much as a large Gnome, a <color> sailfin lizard has four legs that splay out from its body, each limb ending in a webbed set of toes ending in wickedly sharp claws. Set on its back is the sail that gives the lizard its name, which the beast can either hold erect or flatten down close to the spine. Each lizard's hide is colored in one of a range of jewel-like colors, making their skins prized by tanners.

In Depth

A little tougher than Young Forest Gryphons. Slice and impact damage resistant.

Different color lizards include amethyst, coral pink, garnet red, jade green, jasper red, sapphire blue, ruby red.

Special Attacks

Whipping its body around, a jet black sailfin lizard lashes its tail at you. You barely manage to evade the dangerous swipes of a jet black sailfin lizard's tail!

Missile ranged leg attack that bypasses Parry.


Reflecting on the a jet black sailfin lizard, you remember hearing that these Gnome-sized reptiles are known to inhabit swift-flowing rivers, preferring to nest in rocky banks. Brilliantly colored in jewel tones, they are not known for sneakiness. Instead, they rely on their ability to "walk" across the water as well as their whip-like slender tails to keep themselves safe.