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|Type = Baby Animal, Big Cat
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|image = File:Lion_Cub.png
|Behavior = Neutral}}The Lion Cub is the baby counter part of the [[Lion]]. Lions and [[Lioness]]es will protect Lion Cubs. Lion Cubs look more like their mothers than their fathers.{{Imageneeded}}
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|caption = in [[Scribblenauts Unmasked]]
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|Type = Mammal, Medium, Other
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|Behavior = Neutral
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|Available in = [[Super Scribblenauts]], [[Scribblenauts Remix]], [[Scribblenauts Unlimited]], [[Scribblenauts Unmasked]], [[Scribblenauts Showdown]], [[Scribblenauts Mega Pack]]
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}}The '''Lion Cub''' is the baby counterpart of the [[lion]]. Lions and [[lioness]]es will protect them. Lion cubs look more like their mothers than their fathers.
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==Behavior==
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They much weaker than their parents, only having 50 health points and a bash attack that deals 5 points of damage.
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Lion cubs will eat [[meat]], however they are not interested in [[flesh]] and [[rodent]]s. Placing it near a [[lion Tamer|lion tamer]] gives the [[tame]] adjective.
 
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[[Category:Neutral Creatures]]

Latest revision as of 23:04, May 3, 2020

Lion Cub
Lion Cub


in Scribblenauts Unmasked

Type

Mammal, Medium, Other

Behavior

Neutral

Synonyms

None Known

Available in

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

The Lion Cub is the baby counterpart of the lion. Lions and lionesses will protect them. Lion cubs look more like their mothers than their fathers.

BehaviorEdit

They much weaker than their parents, only having 50 health points and a bash attack that deals 5 points of damage.

Lion cubs will eat meat, however they are not interested in flesh and rodents. Placing it near a lion tamer gives the tame adjective.

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