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Giant toad

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Urist likes giant toads for their strength.
Biome

  • Underground Depth: 1-2
Variations

Toad - Toad man - Giant toad

Attributes

Building destroyer: Level 1

· Amphibious · Exotic mount

Tamed Attributes
Pet value 750

· Exotic pet · Non-Breeding

Not trainable 

Size
Child: 20,000 cm3
Adolescent: 100,000 cm3
Adult: 200,000 cm3

Age
Adult at: Birth
Max age: 60-100
Butchering returns

(Value multiplier x4)

Food items

Meat 13
Fat 12
Brain 1
Heart 1
Lungs 2
Intestines 1
Liver 1
Kidneys 2
Tripe 1
Sweetbread 1
Spleen 1

Raw materials

Bones 16
Skull 1
Skin Raw hide
This article is about an older version of DF.
A giant amphibian predator found underground.


A giant toad is the very large and dangerous version of the regular toad. They are amphibious predators, which appear near and in subterranean water. It is able to destroy wooden buildings. Additionally, goblins frequently use them as mounts, which enables the goblins to travel via waterways.

These animals have quite a good value as pets, and body parts gained at the butcher's shop are worth four times as much as those of domestic animals.

In terms of combat, they can definitely make short work of any working Dwarf unlucky enough to wander into one. (Which can happen quite often if you're not taking precautions in caverns, especially near the edges.) They are, however, far slower than most other cavern animals.

However, a decently trained soldier will do nicely providing he has good armor, but you should probably use more than one to take it down, on the off chance the giant toad gets a lucky hit. If you plan on using traps to dispose of them, you should probably note that even a large serrated iron disc, might not dispatch them. More often than not, they will die, but there's always the possibility that the right parts just weren't hit, so you should be wary of it limping around and biting Dwarves.

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