Fire Lycan

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The fire lycan is a legendary pet released as a promotional item that is redeemable by players who have a code from the September 2017 UK edition of PC Gamer, or are "Legendary" members of the PC Gamer Club.[1]

A fire lycan has three stages of growth. It will take approximately 15 hours to reach the adolescent stage and an additional 25 hours to reach the adult stage, though this can be sped up by interacting with the pet. Stages can be skipped by using a Growth Surge on the pet, e.g. baby to adolescent or adolescent to adult.

A fire lycan does not need to be fed like a normal pet, although feeding it Tasty Treats will increase the rate at which it grows by 50%, and feeding it Jelly Treats will increase it by 100%.

Like all pets and summoning familiars, it cannot enter or use its abilities in certain areas.

Emotes[edit | edit source]

Fire Lycan Puppy[edit | edit source]

Fire Lycan Adolescent[edit | edit source]

Fire Lycan Adult[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 5 October 2020 (Update):
    • Fire and Water Lycan pets will now remember their names and growth stages.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Although the promotion for the Fire Lycan was around September 2017, PC Gamer had many promotional codes in reserve, allowing players to subscribe and still obtain the Fire Lycan as late as April 2018.
    • Due to popular demand, the Fire Lycan was made available again through another promotion in April 2019.[2]
  • The red lines on the Fire Lycan constantly vary in brightness, fading until the Fire Lycan is completely black and then increasing in intensity again.
  • After idling in the same spot for several minutes, the Fire Lycan's idle animation will change to it sitting on its haunches.

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