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Wave RunnerEdit

WaveRunnerAM

Adult Male Wave Runner

Wave runners are a very shy and curious breed, often when something new is placed into their enclosure they will slowly swim over to it, and if they see that it is not a threat, they will cautiously poke it with thier nose until they find out what exactly the thing does. They are called wave runners after their odd hunting skills. When hunting for fish, they will often jump out of the water and glide on top of the waves to corner the fish, leading them to the rest of the group, so they can eat. They take turns doing this to make sure that each of them get food, and often if one does not want to do it, it will get kicked out of the pod.


Release Date 06 August 2013
Rarity RarityRarity Common
Note
Sprite Concept by: Infernette / Sprite by: Infernette

Egg StagesEdit

This egg shines with a blue green hue.

WaveRunnerEgg0
WaveRunnerEgg1
WaveRunnerEgg2
WaveRunnerEgg3
WaveRunnerEgg4
WaveRunnerEgg5
WaveRunnerEgg6
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BabyEdit

WaveRunnerH1
Altwave
70 clicks

Whenever you try to look at this hatchling, it dives back into the water. The only thing you know about it is that it has a finned tail.

TeenEdit

WaveRunnerHF
WaveRunnerHM
Normal

(F)

(M)

Altwavef
Altwavem
Alt. form
100 clicks

You can see that hatchling clearly now, and it seems to be cautious of your presence. It enjoys being fed fish and seafood, and you feel that if you feed it enough it will begin to trust you.

AdultEdit

WaveRunnerAF
WaveRunnerAM
Normal

(F)

(M)

Altfwave
Altmwave
Alt. form
150 clicks

Your hatchling has now grown into an adult wave runner, and it is much more trusting of you now. You had to move it into the lake outside the castle so it would have room, and you often go visit it and bring it snacks of fish and crab. It will sometimes fetch items for you that you throw into the water, and it will sometimes offer for you to ride it, not knowing that its large dorsal fin makes such impossible. It now is willing to take care of other wave runners that you bring to it, and often you can see your adult swimming with more than five of them behind it.

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