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For similarly named creatures and enemies, see Purr-Linn (disambiguation).
Purr-Linn
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Overview

Homeworld:

The Lost Land

Distinctions:

Ape-like body, along with a thick, muscular frame and gigantic hands.

 

The Purr-Linn are a race of brutal, ape-like creatures, that appear frequently in the Turok universe.

HistoryEdit

The Purr-Linn see humans as weak insects and resent the progress the humans have made throughout the centuries. In Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, a type of Purr-Linn worked together with the Campaigner in his quest to find the Chronoscepter.

In Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, the Purr-Linn were fooled by the Primagen into believing he would give the Lost Land to them if they helped free him. Even though his real plan was to eventually wipe them out, he armed them with limited reserves of weaponry and ammunition.

Warrior CasteEdit

  • War Club: The mainstay of the Purr-Linn. What they lack in intelligence they make up for in pure strength.
  • Gunner: Deployed as mobile sentries and snipers, these Purr-Linn carry a gatling gun that fires baseball-sized rocks.
  • Juggernaut: The elite of the Purr-Linn, they view themselves as a triumph of evolution and will not hesitate to kill their own brethren.

WildlifeEdit

  • Swamp Wasp: Large wasps which will attack the player if they get too close to the hive. They will also turn on each other if they feel like it.
  • Cave Worm: Large worms usually found guarding passages in the mud. They will attack the player using their tongue.

Cut ContentEdit

Cut from the final game, these enemies are still referenced in Iguana's official design documents:

  • Catapult: Small Purr-Linn meant to guard watchtowers and attack the player using large boulders fired from their catapult.
  • Mial-Kaa: Large, bulky, and dangerous, this enemy was to be immune to conventional weaponry. To kill it, the player would have to flip the beast with a grenade and then use something else on the soft underbelly of the beast.
  • Hooper: Would act the same as the Mantid Mites and would swarm the player.
  • Chieftain: A bigger version of the Juggernaut that would have acted as a boss.

Image GalleryEdit

List of AppearancesEdit

Video Games

Comics

  • Turok: The Way of the Warrior
  • Turok 2: Seeds of Evil comic adaptation
Enemies of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter
Saurian Creatures Dimetrodon (Dimetrodon (Mech)) • Raptor (Raptor (Mech)) • Triceratops
Mammalian Creatures DeerMonkeyWild Boar
Humanoid Enemies Ancient WarriorAttack RobotCampaigner SergeantCampaigner SoldierCyborgCyborg SergeantDemonDemon LordHigh PriestPoacherPur-Lin
Miscellaneous Enemies Alien InfantryBirdDefense TurretGiant BeetleGiant DragonflyKiller PlantLeaperSludge BeastSubterranean
Bosses LonghunterMantisThunderCampaigner
Cut Content BrachiosaurusKiller FishMoschopsPteranodonSaber-Toothed Cat
Enemies of Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
Saurian Creatures CompsognathusRaptor
Humanoid Enemies Bio-BotBlind One GuardianBlind One SentinelDeadman HalfDeadmanDeath GuardElite GuardEndtrailFlesh Eater SentinelGunnerJuggernautLord of the DeadLord of the FleshFirebornPrimagen TrooperRaptoidSister of DespairWar Club
Various Species Cave SpiderCave WormFire WormLarvaLeaperMantid DroneMantid MiteMantid SoldierMantid WorkerNalaSwamp Wasp
Bosses The Blind OneMantid QueenMotherPrimagen
Other Oblivion (Mentioned only)
Cut Content DimorphodonHunterSkimmer

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