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Zygophyseters are mammal in Additional Creatures.


An aggressive species of predatory whale, Zygophyseter is an ancient relative of the mighty Sperm Whale. Like the Sperm Whale, they are powerful predators with an extremely powerful natural sonar system of echolocation. Pod-based predators, Zygophyseter make excellent water mounts, boasting great damage and sound-based abilities. In a group, they can help easily turn the tide of maritime combat!

Color Regions

Color Region 0 - Main Body

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Color Region 1 - Lower Beak, Head, Underside Pattern, Flippers, Fluke

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Color Region 3 - Upper Beak, Chinstrap

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Color Region 4 - Teeth, Head Lining, Underside

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Base Stats, Controls, and Abilities

Attribute Base Stat
Health 1200
Stamina 600
Food 9200
Weight 600
Melee Damage 185%
Movement Speed 100%
Torpidity 1200

Left Click - Bite

48 Base Damage - Ignores Armor - Deals 2x Damage to Tusoteuthis

Right Click - Sound Blast

4 Base Damage - Stuns Creatures - Has a cooldown.

C - Echolocation On

Infrared Vision - Drains Torpor of Creatures

X - Echolocation Off

Zygophyseter is immune to electrocution.

Zygophyseter have a gang boost ability. A gang of 2 Zygophyseters will receive a +1 bonus, which will go up to +8 in a group of 9 or more Zygophyseters. The bonus will increase the strength of said Zygophyseter(s) in the gang, and it will continue to increase the higher the number of them goes, until it caps at +8.

Zygophyseter grants an insulation buff to its rider.


  • Zygophyseter means "Combined Blower".
  • Zygophyseter is a "macroraptorial sperm whale", meaning that it is a sperm whale that has adapted to hunting large vertebrate prey. They were one of the ocean's top predators during the Miocene, with Livyatan being the largest and most well-known of these.
  • Zygophyseter lived 10 million years ago in the waters of what is now Italy, and is noted for likely having a similar niche in its prehistoric ecosystem to the modern Orca.