HMSErebus

(#84419850)
Level 1 Undertide
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Energy: 49/50
This dragon’s natural inborn element is Water.
Male Undertide
This dragon cannot breed until Jun 06, 2024 (13 days).
This dragon is an ancient breed.
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Personal Style

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Skin

Scene

Measurements

Length
17.37 m
Wingspan
19.35 m
Weight
4668.12 kg

Genetics

Primary Gene
Phthalo
Ribbon (Undertide)
Phthalo
Ribbon (Undertide)
Secondary Gene
White
Basic
White
Basic
Tertiary Gene
Steel
Basic
Steel
Basic

Hatchday

Hatchday
Feb 26, 2023
(1 year)

Breed

Breed
Adult
Undertide

Eye Type

Eye Type
Water
Common
Level 1 Undertide
EXP: 0 / 245
Scratch
Shred
STR
8
AGI
6
DEF
6
QCK
6
INT
5
VIT
8
MND
6

Biography

HMS Erebus
Hecla-class bomb vessel

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In 1845 HMS Erebus and HMS Terror left Greenhithe, England on May 19, 1845, on a voyage of exploration to the Canadian Arctic, under Sir John Franklin. Both ships were outfitted with steam engines from the London and Greenwich Railway steam locomotives. That of Erebus was rated at 25 horsepower (19 kW) and could propel the ship at 4 knots (7.4 km/h). The ships carried 12 days' supply of coal. The ships had iron plating added to their hulls.

Sir John Franklin sailed in Erebus, in overall command of the expedition, and Terror was again commanded by Francis Crozier. The expedition was ordered to gather magnetic data in the Canadian Arctic and to complete a crossing of the Northwest Passage, which had already been partly charted from both the east and west but had never been entirely navigated.

The ships were last seen by Europeans entering Baffin Bay in August 1845, by two whaling vessels. The disappearance of the Franklin expedition set off a massive search effort in the Arctic. The broad circumstances of the expedition's fate were first revealed when Hudson's Bay Company doctor John Rae collected artefacts and testimony from local Inuit in 1853. Later expeditions up to 1866 confirmed these reports.

Both ships had become icebound and had been abandoned by their crews, totaling about 130 men, all of whom died from a variety of causes, including hypothermia, scurvy and starvation while trying to trek overland to the south. Subsequent expeditions until the late 1980s, and autopsies of crew members, also revealed that Erebus and Terror's shoddily canned rations may have been tainted by both lead and botulism. Oral reports by local Inuit that some of the crew members resorted to cannibalism were at least somewhat supported by forensic evidence of cut marks on the skeletal remains of crew members found on King William Island during the late 20th century.


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