SAYi Highland Copperhead - ANiMOZ - Fight for Survival
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SAYi - Highland Copperhead

ANiMOZ #119

Code: SAYi

Common name: Highland Copperhead

Taxonomy: Austrelaps ramsayi

Level: CARN | Form: VENOM

Status: INFREQUENT | BiOME: MOUNTAIN

Overcomes: Flood | Persecution

SUPERPOWERS:

NO-FREEZE:

Living in some of the coldest mountainous regions of any snake in the World of ANiMOZ, SAYi is able to survive extreme temperatures that would doom others. Using his NO-FREEZE, he will enter a phase of quiescence (a very still form of inactivity!) during winter to conserve body heat, and emerge only when the weather warms up.

NECK FLARE:

SAYi uses her NECK FLARE superpower to warn others of her danger. When threatened, she will throw open her hood-like scales to appear larger than she is.

WEAKNESSES:

CARN-WING:

SAYi automatically loses a Clash to a Wing species of the Carn level.

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