MACULA - Tiger Quoll
Common name: Tiger Quoll/Spotted-Tail Quoll
Taxonomy: Dasyurus maculatus
Level: APEX | Form: PREDATOR
Status: RARE | BiOME: MOUNTAIN
Overcomes: Flood | Drought
When attacking animals larger than him, MACULA will use his Neck Ride power to grab hold of the back of his prey’s neck and hang on. With incredibly strong jaws and muscular limbs, he will keep hold until the other animal loses energy and collapses.
With a voracious appetite and a broad idea of what counts as food, many creatures can find themselves at the mercy of MACULA. If she is up against a Herb level species in a Clash, MACULA automatically wins.
Not many animals are fierce enough to overcome MACULA, but if he faces an Apex-Wing species in a Clash, he automatically loses.
If MACULA is up against a Constriction form in a Clash, he automatically loses.
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