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April 27, 2017
I dusted off the cobwebs from my shelved work on family dynamics to get our Dakotaraptor families working. Dakotaraptor have an extremely loose family structure -- hatchlings will bond to their parents, but parents will not bond to their children or partners. This means that Dakotaraptor hatchlings will generally try to follow one of their parents while simultaneously searching for food and water, while their parents will mostly ignore them and go about their business. Players can rely on the presence of their parents to help defend from some certain threats, but the parents won't hesitate to abandon them if they are threatened. At a certain age, the hatchlings will start to see their parents as threats, and their parents will see them as food, so they will part ways. Before that sad day arrives, though, there is much adorable baby raptor scampering to be had. - Henry