|The Pyramids of Shmu-Hadron|
|This is a map for experienced hunters. These Pyramids in the desert terrain of this area were built by a long-gone race, and their use remains unknown. These structures are ideal for hunting and hiding around, but beware; predators can climb the pyramids too.|
"The Pyramids of Shmu-Hadron" is the fifth area in Carnivores. This is a good map for experienced hunters. The pyramids in the desert terrain of this area were built by a long-gone race, and their use remains unknown to archeologists. These structures are ideal for hunting and hiding around, but beware; predators can climb the pyramids too.
Boasting one of the most diverse topographies of the Islands, this area offers desert alongside grassy jungle and haphazard hills and deadly chasms.
Northeast Quadrant Edit
The desert portion of the island runs through its center and covers its eastern-most portion. This is where the pyramids are located. Small areas of trees and grass can be found dotting this area, a good place to hide when a predator is in sight.
Southeast Quadrant Edit
The northern forested area features many small hills and trees. A large, curved, mountainous area can be found in the island's northwest corner, difficult to acess unless a player has turned on debug mode.
Northwest Quadrant Edit
In the east of the island, in the desert area, lie three pyramids that can be climbed by the player, a good area to perch and shoot dinosaurs from a distance. One of the pyramids has partially collapsed, and has filled with sand, upon which vegetation has grown. Predators can reach the player on the pyramids when attacking.
Southwest Quadrant Edit
The southern portion of the island is dominated by trees and vegetation, as well as rocky hills and a curving mountain chain. The mountain chain can be climbed by the player, as well as other dinosaurs.
The chasm Edit
Near the island's center there is a medium-sized chasm. While a good hiding place, this is not somewhere to retreat to if one is being pursued by a Tyrannosaurus, as they will be cornered by the predator.