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{{Infobox
 
{{Infobox
|Type = Dog Breed
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|Box title = Akita
|Behavior = Neutral
 
 
|image = File:Akita.png
 
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The '''Akita''' is a [[Dog]] breed that can come in many colors. It appears orange and white in the [[Scribblenauts]] series.
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|caption = in [[Scribblenauts Unlimited]]
[[Category:Canines]]
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|Type = Mammal, Medium, Dog
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|Behavior = Neutral
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|Synonyms = Basenji, Shiba Inu
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}}The '''Akita''' is a breed of large muscular [[dog]]s of Japanese origin.
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==Behavior==
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They have 50 health points, normal speed and a bash attack that deals 10 points of damage. Like any other dog, they will immediately attack [[cat]]s when they see them.
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They are curious towards [[Fire Hydrant|hydrants]] and protective towards [[Puppy|puppies]] and [[Pet House|pet houses]]. They will eat [[:Category:Bones|bones]], [[:Category:Meat|meat]] and [[Dog Food|dog food]] and equip [[balls]].
 
[[Category:Animals]]
 
[[Category:Animals]]
 
[[Category:Mammals]]
 
[[Category:Mammals]]
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[[Category:Canines]]
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[[Category:Dogs]]
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[[Category:Creatures]]
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[[Category:Neutral Creatures]]

Latest revision as of 22:00, April 17, 2020

Akita
Akita


in Scribblenauts Unlimited

Type

Mammal, Medium, Dog

Behavior

Neutral

Synonyms

Basenji, Shiba Inu

Available in

Scribblenauts, Super Scribblenauts, Scribblenauts Remix, Scribblenauts Unlimited, Scribblenauts Unmasked, Scribblenauts Showdown, Scribblenauts Mega Pack

The Akita is a breed of large muscular dogs of Japanese origin.

BehaviorEdit

They have 50 health points, normal speed and a bash attack that deals 10 points of damage. Like any other dog, they will immediately attack cats when they see them.

They are curious towards hydrants and protective towards puppies and pet houses. They will eat bones, meat and dog food and equip balls.

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