DF2014:Gray langur

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Gray langur


Urist likes gray langurs for their vocalizations.


Gray langur - Gray langur man - Giant gray langur


· Steals food · Steals items

Tamed Attributes
Pet value 50

· Exotic pet · Breeding

Not hunting/war trainable 

Birth: 1,500 cm3
Mid: 7,500 cm3
Max: 15,000 cm3

Adult at: 3
Max age: 30-40
Butchering returns

Food items

Meat 7-12
Fat 11
Brain 1
Lungs 2
Intestines 1
Liver 1
Tripe 1

Raw materials

Bones 10
Skull 1
Skin Raw hide

Wikipedia article

This article is about the current version of DF.
A small monkey that can be found in forests and the streets of towns.

Gray langurs are small, thieving creatures that can be found in almost any biome, spawning in loose groups of 5-10 individuals. They will attempt to steal food and items from your fortress, and if confronted, they may attack dwarves to defend themselves, but generally stand no chance against a hunter or even an unarmed peasant in a one-on one fight. Dwarves react violently to the presence of gray langurs, generally leading to your civilians going on wild chases after them whenever they pop up in your map so they can punch the monkeys to death. All gray langurs are born with Legendary skill in climbing.

Gray langurs may be captured in cage traps and trained into exotic pets. They give a low quantity of returns when butchered, making them poor choices for livestock, but are fairly long-lived animals. Unlike most creatures, gray langurs reach adulthood at 3 years of age, though they're fully grown by the age of 2.

Some dwarves like gray langurs for their social nature and their vocalizations.

Admired for its vocalizations.
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Although Dwarven ethics frowns upon the human habit of hunting for trophy animals, Dwarves have realized that there is nothing more merciful than dropping their current task to cave in the nearest langur's skull with their bare hands. Dwarves don't do this for fun, it's for the good of the fortress as a whole. Please don't miss the next lecture on Dwarven Ethics 101!