Large and Swiftfooted: Milodons 24 legs can move them at speeds equivalent to repulsorlift vehicles, over significant distances. They can also carry up to 10 riders, or 1 tonne of cargo.
Mandibles: Milodons can bite for Str+1 Damage.
Move: 100 (running)
Size: 30m long
Description: Milodons were non-sentient, centipede-like insects native to the caves of the planet Quarzite, where they were used as mounts by the indigenous Kage. They could also be found on Hissrich, where one attacked Jedi Masters Kit Fisto and Prosset Dibs during the Clone Wars. Later, the Kage Warriors used milodons during their rescue of Pluma Sodi.
Large, swift-footed centipede-like non-sentient insects, milodons had a pair of glowing eyes on either side of their heads. Carnivorous creatures, they had 24 legs that moved at high speeds and could keep pace with subtrams, in addition to four sharp mandibles with pincers, as well as feelers.
Milodons found on Quarzite had mottled purple and brown carapaces with yellow eyes, while those on Hissrich had a green carapace with light green eyes.
Native to the deep crystal caves of the planet Quarzite, milodons were ridden by the indigenous Kage, who used them to carry people and goods over long distances. They also inhabited caves on Hissrich, where one attacked Jedi Masters Kit Fisto and Prosset Dibs early in the Clone Wars, though the pair managed to drive it off with their lightsabers. In the year 20 BBY, the Kage Warriors used several of these scampering creatures to catch and board a racing subtram to rescue captive warrior Pluma Sodi, the sister of Kage Warrior leader Krismo Sodi.
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Posted by hellstormer1
I liked it when these showed up in the episode. They were cool, and yet again reminded me how little I utilized BEast Riding in my old games to ride cool critters like this...
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