These carnivorous sheep are hard to tell from the normal grass eating sheep. To the trained eye there jaw appears slightly larger. Unless the character was a Shepard they will not be able to tell. Unless of course the Bah-Bah just finished a meal.Then there facial fur would be a tell tale sign. They are known to hide out in grass grazing herds, Until there ready to pounce.
"This is a story about Malzig (PSH) and his encounter with some woolly predators (Bah-Bah). One day a man named Malzig was returning from a trip to a neighboring village a few days travel away from his own village. Being poor he couldn't afford much in the way of rations for the trip. By the time he got to within a few miles of his village his stomach was growling at him for food, and it just hit him why "why don't i cut through the meadow near the village, last time i remembered there was a Shepard who tends a nice size flock there maybe i can barter for a sheep" Well a mile later the path that leads to the meadow came up. Malzig walks down the path and into the meadow. Just as he remembered the flock was here but no Shepard. Malzig thought "wierd, i don't see the Shepard". Malzig Calls out "Shepard are you here". and so he waits a few minutes with no reply. Malzig's growls again. Malzig thinks "the Shepard wouldn't mind if i took one of his sheep, i can always give him something later". So looking over the herd he see's a group of larger sheep on the other side of the meadow. Licking his lips at the size of the sheep he walks over to them and gets into the middle of the group to see what one he would take home. Well what happened next was a surprise and terror for Malzig, the last one he would ever get. All the Bah-Bah's could think was "DINNER" when they saw Malzig, the Shepard didn't provide much. And that is all she wrote. Wonder if they thought they tasted like chicken or some other thing. All you could hear when the deed was done was burp's and bah's coming from the meadow.
The people in the nearby village never did see the Shepard or Malzig again. The Bah-Bah don't leave much to identify.
I like lamb and mutton but i don't like it when they bite back, hehehehe.
Post by Mutant Lord: William McAusland on Apr 26, 2013 15:46:49 GMT -8
These Bah-Bah's, if traiend while young, and feed well, could they be used to guard a flock of regular sheep just like those big white great Pyrenees dogs do in real life? Could skullocks ride them into battle?
Thank you for the kind words, i have problems with putting word to screen/paper so i don't do it often or at all. I am more of verbal person.
Now your question about training them, its all about the trainer and what he/she/it uses to coax the animal to do what he/she/it wants.
The thought of a skullock riding a bah-bah would be interesting and funny, personally if i saw such a combo i wouldn't know whether to laugh or be surprised at such a sight. But in Mutant Epoch anything is possible.
I personally would like to see the table with possible mutations like most of the other creations that come up if used in one of the new products.
Now seeing a skullock riding a bah-bah that possesses a few mutations like i have seen in the other creatures for ME, that wouldn't be a laughing matter at all.
Hey Wormfood1 wonder if you could make a ram version of a bah-bah as well.
A thought came to mind as i was writing all this are bah-bah like a predator in their mentality or are they just more aggressive and have a carnivorous appetite?
Caught something while reading on the board, Mutant Beastiary One shame you couldn't get Wormfood1's Bah-Bah in their with the other sheep.