How do you get abaddons terror in aq worlds?
Abaddon is a giant spider located in 'twilight', which is in the clubhouse (member only) in greenguard forest. Kill him a couple times and you will get Abaddon's Terror, along with a few other weapons.
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The era of massive reptiles, like dinosaurs and snakes, was dominated by numerous forms of terrifying carnivores. The group of creatures known as terror birds lived up to both… their names and prehistoric reputations, towering over the prey that they hunted. These carnivorous birds, which fall into a family known as Phosusrhacidae, are quite different from most modern avian species. The five facts that follow provide insight into the life of one of Earth's greatest terrestrial predators.The species known as terror birds haven't walked the earth in quite some time. The span of existence for the birds is estimated at about 62 to two million years ago, putting them in the Cenozoic era. Many of the fossils of these birds have been found in South America and the American states of Florida and Texas. Other specimens were located in Africa, but they have not been confirmed as true terror birds.Central to the imposing reputation of various terror birds was their size, which allowed them to dwarf much of the prey they encountered. Though some were two or three feet tall, others likely grew to a height of nearly 10 feet. The creatures also had large beaks, which resembled those of modern-day eagles and measured up to 18 inches in length. The largest skull recovered from a terror bird specimen is 28 inches in length, and the animals also wielded large feet and talons.Unlike some large creatures, terror birds did not lose a bit of agility with their exceptional stature and appearance. In fact, it is generally believed that the birds could run at speeds between 30 and 40 miles per hour when chasing down prey. In this way, these predatory runners were reminiscent of the raptors existing before them. After catching prey, terror birds would use the superior strength of their feet and jaws to overpower their potential meal.It may strike some as odd, but terror birds dominated terrestrial environments without a common avian trait: the ability to fly. Though they possessed wings, the birds were flightless, instead relying on their tremendous speed and size to overwhelm opponents. Even without appendages suitable for flight, they remained apex predators in their areas. In this way, the creatures differ from such modern birds of prey as eagles, falcons, and hawks.It's a well-known fact that many modern species are trumped in size by their prehistoric counterparts. This trend is followed by terror birds, which are believed to be related to the modern birds known as seriemas. Seriemas, which lie in the family of Cariamidae, are between two and three feet tall as adults. Seriemas are carnivorous, feeding on snakes, lizards, frogs, birds, rodents, and insects. Unlike terror birds, seriemas can fly for short distances, often roosting in trees; however, they seem to prefer foraging and moving along the ground.In modern times, there are numerous agile, intelligent birds of prey, all falling short of the legendary terror birds. At nearly ten feet tall and over 300 pounds in weight, these creatures may have been the largest predatory birds to ever live on Earth. In addition to size, the animals boasted incredible speed, making up for their lack of flight. Though they lived in an era known for dominant mammalian predators, they were, in fact, as threatening as any species of their time.The name of the family in which terror birds are placed, Phorusrhacidae, has unclear origins. First described in 1887, it is thought to have Greek influences. The words "rhacos," meaning scars or wrinkles, and "phoros," meaning bearer, were likely incorporated into the name "Phorusrhacidae." (MORE)
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go to the king in swordhaven, then talk to him and ask him about the tax collector,then u will see the tax collector (which is a pig).