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Storm Drakes are fantasy creatures in Additional Creatures.

Synopsis

A brute-force relative of the Rock Drake, Managarmr, and Wyvern, Storm Drakes are large draconic creatures found in high-altitude environments. Despite their awkward anatomy, they are extremely strong, with powerful jaws and bulky bodies that make them vicious in close quarters combat. Storm Drake seem to be a creature augmented or influenced by Element, but in a rather unique way. It seems it uses elemental energy to create Electrical energy. It can fire this energy in a breath attack in the form of a burst-like spray, but it's only a small side effect. Storm Drake also gets its name from its ability to shoot through the air. Not flying, but a strange form of magnetic-held flight held aloft, boosting around at high speeds. While this travel is fast, it is also very clumsy in quick reflex, but excellent in long-distance travel. While it takes time to get used to the feeling and controls of a gliding Storm Drake, it offers a lighting-fast opportunity to travel.

Color Regions

Color Region 0 - Shading

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Color Region 1 - Dorsal

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Color Region 3 - Wings

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Color Region 4 - Dorsal Shading

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Color Region 5 - Underside

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Base Stats, Controls, and Abilities

Attribute Base Stat
Health 1780
Stamina 430
Oxygen 150
Food 3000
Weight 500
Melee Damage 175%
Movement Speed 100%
Torpidity 3800

Left Click - Bite

95 Base Damage

Right Click (Ground) - Forward Surge

C (Ground), Right Click (Air) - Electrical Balls

50 Base Damage - Hits 10 Times

X (Land) - Roar

Cannot Be Used While Moving

X (Air) - Boost

Surges the storm drake in the direction it is facing.

Spacebar - Glide

Element materials weigh less in a storm drake's inventory.

Storm Drakes are immune to electrical attacks, radiation, and fall damage.

Notes/Trivia

  • The Storm drake is a large reptilian species akin to the wyvern, rock drake, magnamr, and magnasaur.
  • The storm drake is planned to have a saddle in the future.
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