V. Pathorasae

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The subject of this article is from the ExoMech update.
The information from this article is is up-to-date as of 10 June, 2020.
V. Pathorasae
V. Pathorasae
Galaxy Rewmanawa
Region Meyeru Sector
Star system Triton OR-Gamma
Planet Arpal
Rarity Rare, Ground
Bait Enzyme Fluid
Gender Unknown
Behaviour Prudent
Diet Stinging leaves
Height 8.3 m
Weight 329.1 kg
Genus Theroma
Notes Calcified claws
Platform PC
Mode Normal
Territory InExCor
Discovered by Ygolnac
Release ExoMech


V. Pathorasae is a creature.

Summary[edit | edit source]

V. Pathorasae is a creature in the No Man's Sky universe.

It is a member of the Theroma genus.

At current date, 29 May 2020, it is the fourth biggest Theroma ever found, and is positioned at 9th place in the Fauna Hall of Fame

Appearance[edit | edit source]

One gender has small spinal crests protruding from the back, while the other gender has a series of four continuous bone crests per side. These cover the upper body from shoulders to hips in a continuous line. Both genders have a small head compared to body size, with a bone-shield formation protecting the skull.

Alias Names[edit | edit source]

All Original: V. Pathorasae
PC Current: V. Pathorasae

Discovery Menu[edit | edit source]

First recorded on the uranium-soaked landscapes of planet Arpal. Cautious by nature. Even when facing starvation they do all they can to avoid straying into unknown territory. Their tongues are hairy and thick, allowing them to happily chew upon all but the most venomous of leaves.

Additional Observations: Calcified claws.

Location[edit | edit source]

It can be found on the planet Arpal in the Triton OR-Gamma star system.

Additional Information[edit | edit source]

Even if it is considered "rare" in the discovery menu, it is frequently encountered on the planet. The archipelago nature of the landscape, and the narrow slopes where this massive creature is confined, frequently found unable to move from the small platform it carelessly slid on, make xenozoologists baffled on the evolutionary path taken by this huge creature.

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