Bearded Bear Species in Valley of Man | World Anvil
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Bearded Bear

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Basic Information


Robust Skeleton

A heavy set frame with extended shoulder blades and a large pelvic girdle for attaching strong muscles.

Muscular Tail

A balancing limb for when it stands or walks on its hind legs.

Hooked Claws

Three curved claws on each of its long forelegs to pull down branches and dig into the ground.

Ecology and Habitats


The bearded bear is mostly found in mountain woodlands; alpine meadows and coastlines. Some may wander onto the fringes of Claw Marks and the colder reaches. They can traverse these different terrains by walking quadrupically on their knuckles to protect their claws.

Dietary Needs and Habits


The bear is mostly vegetarian, feeding regularly on leaves such as yuccas, agaves and grasses, digging for tubers and occasionally treating itself on fruits. But they are capable of digesting meat and might intimidate and scavenge against other predators' kills.

Additional Information


Work Mount

Bearded bears' tall stature and muscular build makes it well suited for lifting heavy materials with its forelimbs.

War Mount

Bearded bears have a thick layer of fat and muscle that protects them from man made tools. However, they are slow, and sometimes clumsy, so are ideally used to defend fixed positions.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities


A bear's strongest sense is smell. For this, they are also excellent trackers. The beard that so names them, traps the smells in the air or on the ground to make it easier to detect the scents.

Facial Characteristics
Dark rings around the eyes of a flat face with a mop of naturally loose hair hanging around their lower face
16 - 40 years
Average Weight
600 stones
Average Length
20 feet Head to Tail
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Mud Brown Fur
Geographic Distribution
Related Ethnicities

Cover image: Lost World - Megatherium by Rob Brunette


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