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Rod FOREST DOOKERS

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Health16 350
Attack793
Protection1 421
Speed99
Crete. Chance15 %
Crete. Damage50 %
Resistance45

Attack on the enemy. With a probability of 40% imposes Speed ​​penalty 30% for 2 turns.

Damage depends on [ZSCT]

The hero attacks the enemy 2 times. Each hit has a 50% chance to inflict Provocation for 1 turn. If you managed to impose Provocation, with a 40% probability imposes this penalty on all enemies for 1 turn.

Damage depends on [ZSCT]

Attack on all enemies. With a probability of 80% from each removes a random bonus.

Damage depends on [ZSCT]

  • Provocation
  • TFR fine

Blackhead Raid Shadow Legends is a hero from the Pact of Gaellan alliance of the Ogrin Tribe faction. His main role in the team is Protection. This hero shows himself best in the Arena. His skills are aimed at reducing the speed of the enemy and imposing a provocation. Defense and speed sets are recommended to him.

Genus Cephalophus N. Smith, 1827

The sizes are small. Body length 55-145 cm, height at the withers 30-85 cm, tail length 7-17 cm. Weight 4-80 kg. Females are usually larger than males. The body is rounded in cross-section. The limbs are of medium length, thin. The contour of the back is semi-oval; in the sacrum the body is higher than in the nape. The neck is short or medium in length. The head is small and narrow. The ears are short and rounded or of medium length, oval. At the end of the muzzle there is a hairless patch of skin. The eyes are relatively large. The tail is short, with a small tuft of hair at the end. The base of the tail is bare on the inside. Horns are males and in most cases females. The size of the horns of females is smaller than that of males. The horns are conical, straight or slightly curved backward and slightly upward, they serve as a continuation of the upper profile of the head. The diameter of the horns is round or oval. The color of the hooves and horns is brown-black or black.
The hair is short, dense, close to the body and soft. The top of the holoza has a cap of elongated hair, which completely or partially hides the horns. The coloration of the back is reddish-brown, yellow-brown, sometimes brown-gray, black-gray or black, often with dark brown or black narrow transverse stripes. The belly is lighter than the back. C. sylvicultor has a triangular orange-yellow spot on the thighs. The preorbital glands are highly developed. The interdigital glands have most types. The inguinal glands are all except C. nigrifrons and sometimes C. niger, C. maxwelli, and C. monticola. Tarsal and carpal glands are found only occasionally.
The skull is of medium length, with an enlarged cerebral box and a narrowed facial region. The latter is not much longer than the cerebral section. The eye socket is medium in size and does not protrude to the sides. There are no ethmoidal holes. The lacrimal bone with a deep or very deep fossa of the preorbital gland. The nasal bones are sharply widened at the back.
Cheek teeth brachiodontal with square crowns.
The sections of the stomach are poorly differentiated.
The diploid number of chromosomes in the yellow-back, black, black-back, red-headed dukers and Maxwell's dukers is 60 each.
Distributed in sub-Saharan Africa.
They live in different types of forests with dense undergrowth, including rain forests, bushes, savannas. Ascend to the mountains Up to 4 thousand meters above sea level. They keep one by one and only during the breeding season in pairs. Twilight and nocturnal animals. They mark the paths with the secretion of the cheek glands. They feed on leaves, shoots, fruits, berries and, to a lesser extent, herbaceous plants. There are known cases of eating insects, birds and carrion. A kind of whistle serves as an alarm signal. Reproduction for a specific season is not timed. The duration of pregnancy is about 4 months. There is usually one cub in a litter. Life expectancy is up to 8-10 years. Locals hunt crested duikers for meat. There are apparently 15 species in the genus:

blue dooker —S. monticola Thunberg, 1789 (from Eastern Nigeria in the west to the south of Sudan, Kenya and Tanzania in the east and South Africa in the south),
Duker Maxwell - C. maxwelli N. Smith, 1827 (from Nigeria and Northwest Cameroon in the east to Gambia and adjacent areas of Senegal),
black-fronted duker - C. nigrifrons Gray, 1871 (from South Cameroon and Gabon eastward through Zaire, Rwanda and Burundi to Uganda and Kenya),
red-headed duker - C. rufilatus Gray, 1846 (from Senegal and Gambia in the west to Southwestern Sudan, Northwestern Uganda and Northeastern Kenya in the east through Nigeria and the Central African Republic),
black-backed duker - C. jentinki Thomas, 1892 (Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast),
yellow-backed duker - C. sylvicultor Afzelius, 1815 (from Guinea-Bissau east to Western Uganda and Kenya, south to Angola and Zambia,
Tanzanian Duker - S. spadix True, 1890 (Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi),
zebra duoker - C. zebra Gray, 1838 (Sierra Leone, Liberia and the Ivory Coast),
black duiker - C. niger Gray, 1846 (from Sierra Leone to Southwest Nigeria),
Zanzibar duiker - C. adersi Thomas, 1918 (Zanzibar Island), red duker - C. natalensis A. Smith, 1834 (Zaire, South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, Mozambique, South Africa),
Congolese duiker - C. callipygus Peters, 1876 (Congo, Gabon, South Cameroon),
black-backed duker - C. dorsalis Gray, 1846 (from Sierra Leone to Cameroon, Zaire and Angola),
white-bellied duker - C. leucogaster Gray, 1873 (from Cameroon to Congo),
Duker Ogilby - C. ogilbyi Waterhouse, 1838 (Fernando Po Island).

Some researchers (for example, Haltenort, 1963) isolate from the red duker as a special species of the Harvey duker - C. harveyi Thomas, 1893, consider the Zanzibar duker as a subspecies of C. harveyi (which seems very likely), refer (Simpson, 1945) C monticola to the special genus Philantomba Blyth, 1840. Haltenort (1963) includes in the genus Cephalophus as a subgenus of shrubby duikers Sylvicapra.

The black-backed duiker is included in the "Red Book" as an endangered species.

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