Panzer Dragoon Orta - Encyclopedia - Creatures - Mutated Monsters

Monsters that have mutated from their original forms in the Ancient Age in order to adapt to the ever changing environment. These entries are found in the Encyclopedia/Creatures/Mutated Monsters section of Panzer Dragoon Orta's Pandora's Box.

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Baturn

A bipedal bio-engineered creature, they are usually found in vast grassy plains or deserts. It is believed that they belong to the same subspecies as Coolia, but they are wild by nature and all attempts to domesticate them have...

Bubuk

{Note: Two Encyclopedia entries exist in the game code for mutated monsters which do not appear in the finished game. The first of these creatures is called the Bubuk, and it was apparently going to appear in Episode 2 at some point during the...

Carrier Yarva

These creatures have been contaminated by a rare strain of bacteria, and mutation has occurred due to the bacteria polluting their genetic structure. Scientists have learned that bio-engineered creatures not only evolve to adjust to their...

Coolia

Domesticated beasts of burden that originated in the southwestern regions of the Continent. Aside from farming uses, Coolias also serve as excellent mounts for ground travel. Even though they are gentle in nature, their constitution is good enough...

Didar

A bipedal bio-engineered creature that is found primarily in colder climates. Its body is covered in thick fur, which is extremely rare for engineered creatures. Interestingly enough, the creature’s respiratory system is directly connected to its...

Els-Enora

A beautiful creature to behold, the Els-Enora is often called the queen of the mutant types. It lives in the turbulent skies of colder climates, but it can be seen hovering near ground level during mating season. The larger Els-Enoras are...

Erkist

A subspecies of the species so called Goraias, which can usually be found near the southern regions of the Imperial Meccania district. Though usually dormant in colder climates or in snowy regions, if an enemy is spotted, it is capable of giving...

Goleg

A plant-like creature that has the ability to blend in with its surroundings, by matching the colors of its environment. It is capable of paralyzing prey and predators by shooting blobs of toxic chemicals at its target. It gains nutrients through...

Ikrakav

A giant mutant type bio-engineered creature, this plant-like monstrosity can often be found floating along rivers and near lakes. They emit a sweet scent from their body, which attracts various insects to its vicinity. As the insects attempt to...

Madidar

Another relative of the Didar. This variation is known to go into hibernation whenever exposed to extremely cold climates, therefore scientists have concluded that this subspecies has evolved due to various influences from a more moderate climate.

Morli

A mutated-type creature, it can be seen floating slowly through the air, held aloft by its enormous fin-like appendages. It is believed that these creatures were once created to be flagships of sorts, used to control smaller, lesser creatures from...

Nididar

{Note: Two Encyclopedia entries exist in the game code for mutated monsters which do not appear in the finished game. The second creature was going to be a third variant of the Didar enemies which appear in Episode 5, called the Nididar; it was...

Peela

A winged bio-engineered creature, its acute senses allow it to read even the faintest change in wind patterns. Using this extra-sensory power, it is able to ride on currents of air, almost as if it were floating. Its wings are “meaty” in...

Purnam

A bio-engineered creature that has, through adaptive evolution, taken on the physical appearance of large leaves. Researchers have discovered that these creatures have a symbiotic relationship with the rock-dwelling Golegs. The two lifeforms share...

Pussa Bubo

A giant, even by mutant standards, the Pussa Bubo will leap up and crush its enemies with the massive weight of its body. Many travelers who have ventured through the frozen wastelands of the north have reported seeing entire mountains...

Rokpur

An organism found in areas of moving water, from seas to rivers, they catch and eat water-borne microorganisms. However, they do not have the necessary organs to breath underwater, so they can be seen jumping into the air from time to time to take...

Sham

An aerial creature that builds its nest within slow moving fresh water areas such as rivers, lakes, and deltas. They are known for their aggressiveness when approached by intruders, and will charge seemingly without any regard for their own...

Tamtiti

A flying creature that can be found living near the Borderlands. Although these creatures are mutated-type bio-genetic creatures, there has never been a single report of an attack on humans by these creatures. Due to their passive nature, the...

Urimasan

This creature waits beneath the snow and bursts out to catch prey unawares. It is generally believed that while this behavior appears to be a food hunting tactic, it probably originated from combat tactics it was originally designed for.

Vont-Morli

An aerial-type bio-engineered creature, the Vont-Morli is another member of the Morli species. Over the years, the Vont-Morli has evolved from Morli traveling north to colder climates, and slowly adjusting to the environment. For food, the...

Yarva

A bio-engineered creature that is usually found near large bodies of fresh water such as lakes, rivers, and marshes. Researchers believe that, since no records or remains of these creatures can be found that date further back than a few decades...

Yarva-Raum

A subspecies of the Yarva, this creature is often found in colder climates. The Yarva-Raum is capable of changing its body coloration depending on its level activity and the density of surrounding snow. Researchers believe that this...

Yondo-Morli

Another variation of the Morli, the Yondo-Morli lives in areas of low altitude, near large bodies of water. Perhaps due to their proximity to lush environments where food sources are readily available, the Yondo Morli is gigantic compared to its...

Yondo-Worm

Amphibious worms that, for unknown reasons, seem to prefer living in contaminated waters and marsh-like areas. Researchers have discovered that these creatures actually have organs that allow them to digest and absorb mercury from the polluted...

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