|Default relationship||Ignores (0)|
|Wants to eat||Centipedes (0.8) • Centiwing (0.8) • Scavenger (0.8) • Eggbug (0.45) • Big Spider (0.35) • Spitter Spider (0.35) • Lantern Mouse (0.3) • Noodlefly (Infant) (0.3) • Noodlefly (Adult) (0.25) • Dropwig (0.2) • Hazer (0.15) • Jetfish (0.1) • Squidcada (0.05) • Grappling Worm (0.025)|
|Afraid of||Leviathan (1) • Rot ( Brother Long Legs • Daddy Long Legs) (1) • King Vulture (1) • Vulture (0.9) • Red Centipede (0.9) • Pole Plant (0.2) • Monster Kelp (0.2)|
|Fights for territory with||Pink Lizard (0.4) • White Lizard (0.25) • Blue Lizard (0.2) • Green Lizard (0.15) • Lizards (0.1)|
Pink Lizards (also referred to as Magenta or Purple Lizard) are one of the species of Lizard. They are one of the first Lizards the player may see in the game, and likely the first variety encountered that can climb poles. They are found mostly throughout the early-game but make a few rare appearances in later areas.
Pink Lizards have a 33.3% or 1/3 bite lethality rate.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Pink Lizards come in a very wide range of colors, from fuchsias to purples. They have black bodies that are usually plain or feature small frills.
Tips[edit | edit source]
Combat[edit | edit source]
Whilst not very durable, Pink Lizards make up for it with speed in close quarters. Unlike Green Lizards, getting near an uninjured Pink Lizard usually results in them instantly lashing out, and therefore caution must be taken when getting close to stab them - using Rubbish to stun and flip them before doing so is advised. Pink Lizards typically die after 2-4 Spear hits.
Stealth[edit | edit source]
Pink Lizards have average vision, and do not usually look up above ground level unless they are climbing poles or hear something and decide to investigate the source, making stealth an effective choice against them. Throwing Rubbish to lure them away is typically sufficient to avoid them.
Evasion[edit | edit source]
Pink Lizards are not very fast and can be outrun on flat ground, but they do have a degree of mobility; particularly, they can be quite fast on poles, meaning that they have an advantage in long vertical rooms that can let them close distance with their prey.
Abilities & Behavior[edit | edit source]
Pink Lizards do not have any unique or exceptional abilities, rather serving as an introduction to Lizards' vertical mobility.
Pole Climbing[edit | edit source]Like all Lizards except Green and Caramel, Pink Lizards can climb up poles.
Taming[edit | edit source]
Pink Lizards have average taming difficulty, typically requiring 1-3 feedings.
Pink Lizards, whilst loyal and unlikely to get into unnecessary fights, are not very powerful or durable, and for the most part are incapable of reaching the gates into different regions, making them poor picks for long-term companionship.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
|Default relationship||Ignores (0)|
|Wants to eat||Yeek (1) • Aquapede (0.8) • Elite Scavenger (0.8) • Chieftain Scavenger (0.8) • Slugpup (0.5) • Mother Spider (0.35) • Strawberry Lizard (0.3)|
|Afraid of||Mother Long Legs (1) • Hunter Long Legs (1) • Inspector (1) • Miros Vulture (1) • Stowaway (0.9) • Giant Jellyfish (0.2)|
|Fights for territory with||Lizards (0.1)|
Variants & attributes[edit | edit source]
Pink Lizards can come in a variety of colors, the most common of which being pink or purple. The frequent purple coloring causes some players to become confused and incorrectly assign them as purple Lizards.
Like the majority of other Lizards, they also have variety in amount and location of spines, 'feathers', etc.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Pink Lizards have some of the widest hue variation of any Lizard.
- Pink Lizards were designed to be the "average" Lizard, not being particularly strong, durable, fast or good at climbing, nor possessing any special abilities.
- Lizard breed statistics are balanced around this, with Pink Lizards typically being assigned as a baseline 1.
- However, they do have the slowest base swimming speed of all Lizards.