Description[edit | edit source]
The mouflon (Ovis orientalis musimon) is a subspecies of wild sheep and an ancestor for all modern domestic sheep. Despite their impressive appearance, mouflon are one of the smallest wild sheep. Native to islands of the Mediterranean such as Corsica and Cyprus, they have been introduced across the world to regions such as Spain and the United States. They live in gender-based groups until their rut.
Mouflon are known as a difficult animal to hunt due to their preference for mountainous terrain and their shy and nomadic nature. They can weigh up to 60 kg and average around 145 cm long and 90 cm tall from shoulder height. Their horns can grow past 93 cm long but usually vary between 58-83 cm.
Becoming more endangered each year, hunting restrictions have begun to grow.
Features[edit | edit source]
|Habitat||Mountains, cliffs, forests and grasslands|
|Senses||Excellent senses of vision and hearing, decent sense of smell|
|Social||Common herds in winter, but segregated male and female populations in spring|
|Active||Dawn to dusk|
|Recommended Equipment||Weapon Class 4|
|Species||Ovis orientalis musimon|
|Difficulty||1 (Trivial) - 5 (Medium)|
Integrity[edit | edit source]
There are 23 ammunition that gives full integrity on the Iberian Mouflon.
- 10 Rifle Ammo
- 4 Shotgun ammo
- 6 Handgun ammo
- 3 Archery ammo
Need Zones[edit | edit source]
1) Resting (2 : 00 - 6 : 30)
2) Drinking (6 : 00 - 9 : 30)
3) Resting (9 : 00 - 15 : 30) ?
4) Feeding (15 : 00 - 19 : 30)
5) Resting (19 : 00 - 22 : 00)
Fur variants[edit | edit source]