These creatures bore some resemblance to alligators and were even said to produce a snarl similar to that of an alligator. The most distinctive feature on a dimetrodon's body was the neural spine sail that spanned the length of their back.
Dimetrodons typically hunted in shallow waters or shores, much like crocodiles, and spent much of their time sunning atop rocks near these waters. They were generally considered to be highly territorial.
These creatures were very unlikely to ever attack with clears, instead utilizing their powerful jaws against prey.
- Mountain Thunder, a racing dimetrodon from Port Nyanzaru.
- The dwarf Kyer Wyrmheart was known to keep pet dimetrodons.
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