Alphabeaver

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Alphabeaver

AlphaBeaver.png

A large beaver-like creature genetically engineered to harvest wood with machine-like efficiency. In the absence of specialized feed, these animals will enter a manic state that compels them to eat trees whole.


Type
AnimalsWild
Market Value
250 Silver.png
Move Speed
3.70
Mass - Young
6.3kg
Mass - Juvenile
15.75kg
Mass - Adult
31.5kg
Attack 1
front left paw
6 dmg (scratch)
100 ticks (1.67 secs)
Attack 2
front right paw
6 dmg (scratch)
100 ticks (1.67 secs)
Attack 3
teeth
7 dmg (bite)
100 ticks (1.67 secs)
Average DPS
2.36
Meat Yield
41 alphabeaver meat
Carrying Capacity
34
Leather Yield
14 lightleather
Manhunter Chance
1.25%
Hunger Rate
6.0
Diet
dendrovorous
Life Expectancy
12
Trainable Intelligence
intermediate
Minimum Handling Skill
6
Wildness
75%
Gestation Period
17 days
Offspring Per Birth
1-3
Maturity Age
0.35+


Instead of silently spawning as other animals do, Alphabeavers appear in a group only when the Alphabeavers event triggers. They have a muffalo's tolerance to cold and an iguana's tolerance to heat, so they will likely survive in whatever biome they spawn in. Their hunger bar depletes so rapidly that they must eat at a near constant rate - and they eat nothing but trees, including any you are farming. Given time, they will most likely strip the entire region of trees. If your colony has no need for wood, then alphabeavers pose no threat and can be ignored. A player with a need for lumber will usually choose to eliminate the threat by hunting them. However, do show caution as the Alphabeavers swarm have a small chance of going mad and attacking you all at once, bringing a quick end to the casual hunting group if one is caught unaware.

Alphabeavers will not attack your structures (although it may be possible if driven mad by a psychic drone), so you may construct walls to resolve the issue. If the alphabeavers are located behind a chokepoint you may choose to wall it off to confine them. This confinement denies them access to most trees on the map and they will soon leave the map or die of starvation. If you have an enclosed base with a sufficient supply of trees within the confines you can ignore the alphabeavers, unless they exploit an open door and slip inside. If slain, they can be butchered for 41 alphabeaver meat and 16 lightleather.

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Taming

Alphabeavers can either be bought from a trader or appear on your map in an event.


Training

Alphabeavers can be trained as follows:

Obedience:  Check.png
Release:  Check.png
Rescue:  Ex.png
Haul:  Ex.png

Contrary to what one may think, Alphabeavers can't be trained (at least yet) to harvest trees around the map for wood. They will simply devour any trees available without leaving any wood behind.

Health

Body part Health
Head 21
Skull 21
Brain 7
Nose 7
Neck 21
Jaw 7
Eye [2]
(left, right)
7
Ear
(left, right)
7
Body 28
Kidney[3]
(left, right)
14
Lung[3]
(left, right)
14
Liver[3] 14
Heart[3] 14
Spine[3] 14
Stomach[3] 18
Legs
(left, right, rear, front)
21
Tail 7
  1. Amounts given are at 100% butchery efficiency.
  2. Located inside of Head.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Located inside of Body.