|Time:||Late Oligocene – Early Pliocene|
|Egg:||Not yet known|
|Common Location||Not yet known|
|Special Ability||Mobile artillery|
|Release Date:||To be Announced|
|Favorite Kibble:||Not yet known|
|Favorite Food:||Not yet known|
|Saddle:||Not yet known
Wild: Found in small numbers within the Island’s colder regions, Chalicotherium obsideoquus is normally a peaceful herbivore that prefers to spend its days lazing about or playing with it’s family. It is very territorial, however, and the entire family, young and old, will turn against an encroaching creature at just the slightest provocation.
Domesticated: While many creatures are useful while attacking a fortress, Chalicotherium can be trained as mobile artillery. Its unique playtime habit becomes a rather devastating long-range assault tactic when it is given boulders to throw, rather than snowballs!
Known Information: A strange scene to stumble upon is a group of Chalicotherium playing. One odd playtime activity for Chalicotherium is hurling large balls of snow or mud-rocks at each other. Smaller creatures in the area shy away from Chalicotherium during this exertion, for fear of being buried in snow or gravel.
According to the dossier, the Chalicotherium can be used as mobile artillery. It will be able to hurdle boulders, much like the catapult. Maybe this creature will even be able to damage stone structures because of its ability, but we can only say that for certain when it is released.