Vledax

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Basic Info


Pronounced

Vleh-dax

Scientific name

Lupumanus vledaxii (lignum / glacies)

Nicknames

Vled, Dog

Status

Critically endangered

Interested in

Their own.

Anatomy

Semi-Anthro | Anthro

Sex

Male & Female

Natural lifespan

45 Tellus years

Temporal range

Late Pleistocene - Present

Origin world

Tellus

First appearance

Not yet.

Profile


Currently a closed species until Cadavard gets more traction and lore revealed.

The vledax is a gray wolf-sized, nocturnal, omnivore, and social primevals. They're primarily known for their quad-biped ability and their black & white views of the world. The vledax is a rare sight and mostly forgotten.

All the subspecies of gray wolves, for example, make them canis lupus no matter if Arctic, Mexican, North American, Eurasian, etc. The vledax has two subspecies:
Timber vledax - The most common vledax and the representative of the species. Commonly known as lupumanus vledaxii lignum, they can be found in nearly any biomes, from mountains to wetlands, to grasslands and forests.
Ice vledax - Commonly known as lupumanus vledaxii glacies, they're characterized by thicker fur, pale coats, and stockier bodies. They can only be found in taigas, the poles, the highest mountains, and extremely cold regions.

Averages
Height, bipedal: 140 cm - 180 cm
Shoulder height, quadrupedal: 80 cm
Tail length: 40 cm - 110 cm
Weight: 60 kg - 90 kg
Top speed: 43 km/h
Coat: Short to medium
Temperature tolerance: -80°c to 30°c
Diet: Omnivore
Cyclicity: Nocturnal
Life cycle
Pup - Birth to month 2
Young - Month 3 to month 7
Juvenile - Month 8 to year 6
Adult - Year 7 to year 29
Senior - Year 30 to year 45


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