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— the Slimepedia
Though believed to be long extinct, the saber slime lives on through the largo slimes in The Wilds. Saber slimes were believed to be one of the fiercest predators during the Jellassic Period of the Far, Far Range, a time when gigantic slimes roamed the planet.
Though saber slimes are carnivores, the largos in The Wilds display a curious habit of bundling the rare kookadoba fruit into bundles of sticks, mud, and slime that become rock-hard in time. Only Ogden's specially engineered kookacrackers are capable of breaking them.
Most saber slime largos found in The Wilds are feral, looking to take a bite out of whatever they see. They're also incredibly agile for slimes, capable of powerful jumps that allow them to bound off other surfaces before targeting their prey.
If you encounter a horde of feral saber slime largos, watch your back so you don't get flanked!
Saber plorts are collected for their historical value, offering a window into the primitive past of the Far, Far Range. Some slime scientists have tried to extract the slime DNA from these plorts in order to recreate a true saber slime, but all have failed. And honestly, that's probably for the better, because as soon as that happens some charming billionaire would be talking about making a whole theme park to view them in captivity and then...
- Since the Saber Slimes themselves do not have a favorite food, it is recommended to convert regular slimes with an easily produced favored food into Saber Largos, such as Rad Slimes, Phosphor Slimes, or Rock Slimes.
- Unlike Hunter Largos, which go feral on creation and with high agitation, Saber Largos are only ever feral when they spawn in The Wilds. This, coupled with their identical default plort prices, means that Sabers may be a good alternative to Hunters. However, Hunter plorts have much more use in the creation of Slime Science gadgets.