Tatzelwurm Species in World 20 - 6 | World Anvil


A creature of Alpine mythology, the Tatzelwurm, Stollenwurm or Stollwurm is a largely docile creature that prefers to avoid human contact where possible, but is more than willing to defend itself when it feels threatened.   A feral variant is also present within the Mistlands, and should be avoided where possible.

Basic Information


The Tatzelwurm is a reptilian-mammalian analogue, with a serpentine, lizard-like body and the head or face of a feline. The Tatzelwurm is a bipedal creature, with its two legs situtated near the front of the body. When fully-grown, the Tatzelwurm measures between 6 and 7 feet in length.

Dietary Needs and Habits

The Tatzelwurm is an ambush hunter, and has been known to hunt the following:    - Small birds and rodents    - Larger birds    - Fish   They also have a taste for cows milk, and can occasionally be found attached to cows udders.

Additional Information

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Excellent low-light vision   Acute hearing    Acute sense of smell
Cute little buggers. If you make one too angry it might try to take your finger, or it might succeed in taking your finger off, depends on how good your reactions are. They might try to crush you, but their muscles aren't strong enough to do so, unless you're particularly frail or a child. - Dr. G. McCarthy


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