What is a Cronine? A cronine is a forest dwelling creature that survives mainly off of a carnivorous diet, including deer, rabbits, squirrels, foxes, and even small wolves or coyotes. Rarely seen, they are beginning to explore the world outside of the trees, the first to do this being the crafty Vaaru.
How to Identify a Cronine Cronines are equipped with large antlers and canines, their eyes having no pupil to speak of. They are tall creatures, towering over most, and are very thin. Their fur is very light and poor at insulation, though the hair begins to thicken out around their legs, paws, tail, and back. Although they are mainly native to the forests, some can be black, grey, and blue, though brown is the most common.
Breeding Breeding season takes place during the transition from spring to summer. Females can give birth from 1 to 5 pups. They also carry the same genitalia as any canine would.
Can I make a Cronine? Yes! Though if you want them to have a certain pelt mutation, such as albinism or melanism, ask!