Father of Dragons
|Father of Dragons|
|Release||19 October 2020 (Update)|
|Destroy||You can read this from your archaeology journal.|
|Backpack||Read, Use, Transcribe, Examine|
|On death||Always kept|
|This seems to have been torn from a book.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
Father of Dragons can be obtained from excavating the xolo mine, xolo remains and Saurthen debris excavation hotspots at the Orthen Dig Site. This page is required to complete I Am Become Death mystery.
In the text, Kerapac mentions Raksha, the Shadow Colossus, as well as the three Rex Matriarchs, which were enhanced versions of bagrada, corbicula and pavosaurus rexes, enhanced with Raksha's removed powers.
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I have had some success in grafting the Raksha's removed traits into a trio of female rexes of other classifications - a bagrada, corbicula and pavosaurus, to be specific. The abilities seem to have taken, albeit at a reduced level potency. That is perhaps for the better, as while these classifications of rexes easier for us to subdue and control, I do not want to create a new threat for us to contend with.
Still, there are other traits that could give these dinosaurs greater worth, for instance our own fire-breathing and wings would be a significant improvement over their feeble roars and tiny arms; however, the concept of grafting kin traits directly leaves an ill taste in my mouth. Perhaps wings can be introduced by cross-splicing with the indigenous apoterrasaurs, and fire breath from some of the rarer salamanders found on this island.
My end goal is for this trio of rexes to act as the matriarchs of a new breed of dinosaurs. While they may have their uses now, they could be improved upon, made more akin to us, and thus more useful as a result. It will also allow us an opportunity to both better understand them and also to subdue them. We cannot allow another incident like the Raksha. I will call this breed dragosaurs - part kin, part dinosaur.-Kerapac, Dactyl scientist, Kindra fledgling
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- The title of this journal entry is likely a reference to Daenerys Targaryen, the "mother of dragons" from Game of Thrones.