(Before conversion, it all was on Gamebryo Engine (Oblivion))
Animations of Dreughhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrS7_o_W3T0
Making of "Renrij"
Toothfish steppe is one of the creatures of Andoran, who lived in the archipelago long before the people. The second name of these animals, "Renrij" translated from Khajiit adverbs as "bandits". First steppe toothfish were considered close relatives of giant rats - because of the similarity in the structure of the body and omnivorous. But recently, scientists have studied them and they think that these two species are descended from some more ancient, mysterious creature, their common ancestor. Perhaps their appearance helped the nonlinearity of time in the Age of Dawn. In favor of the latest version is also the presence of rudimentary bags for carrying cubs on the stomach has not only females, but males too.Habitat of these animals is relatively low: the steppe zone north-eastern part of the Andoran and plateau Olmag. In the "hungry", more drought years they can be found much further - in the districts of Magin, Old Virned and Parenture. Usually they are not dangerous for well-armed travelers and caravans, but lonely pilgrims sometimes become their accidental victims. Move steppe toothfish flocks of 5-10 individuals in the mating season (late autumn - early winter) may stray into larger groups (50 animals and more). Several times in the history of the island there were such a thing as "March of the toothfish" - when hundreds of these animals move together and ruined everything that came their way. But since "March" is very rare, scientists still can not explain what drives Renrij on such behavior. Dimensions steppe toothfish not exceed 2 elbows at the withers and 3.5 cubits from tip of nose to tip of tail. They are omnivorous, but prefer to eat carrion, and they actively use nose to find it. Large, flexible nose Renrij - is a system for capturing the character and direction of odors. Large, heavy fangs are for tearing large pieces of food, and also for mating fights between males in rut. Skin color toothfish - with reddish spots - helps disguise in steppe grasses.