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Most species are nonvenomous and those that have venom use it primarily to kill and subdue prey rather than for self-defense. Some possess venom potent enough to cause painful injury or death to humans. Nonvenomous snakes either swallow prey alive or kill by constriction .

The fossil record of snakes is relatively poor because snake skeletons are typically small and fragile making fossilization uncommon. Fossils readily identifiable as snakes (though often retaining hind limbs) first appear in the fossil record during the Cretaceous period. [14] The earliest known true snake fossils (members of the crown group Serpentes) come from the marine simoliophiids , the oldest of which is the Late Cretaceous ( Cenomanian age) Haasiophis terrasanctus , [1] dated to between 112 and 94 million years old. [15]

Based on comparative anatomy , there is consensus that snakes descended from lizards . [16] :11 [17] Pythons and boas —primitive groups among modern snakes—have vestigial hind limbs: tiny, clawed digits known as anal spurs , which are used to grasp during mating. [16] :11 [18] The families Leptotyphlopidae and Typhlopidae also possess remnants of the pelvic girdle, appearing as horny projections when visible.

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All damages listed on each section of this page (Axes, Bows, Daggers, Guns, Maces, Polearms, Staffs, Swords, Wands) are recorded with the default class damage information (100%, 2.0 Speed). We have exception lists or others class type lists to show all types of damages. The following lists are the damages of such weapons listed on each section.

Aurora Wand
Bido's Wand of Giving
BitterEdge Wand
Bright Astromancy Wand
Brightoak Wand
Frosted Wand
Globrush Cavity Crusher
Globrush (R) Wand
Heartstone Wand
Jeweled Sakura Wand
Magical Butter Stick of Power
Midsummer Wizard Wand
Ravinos Wand
Ruler of Darkness Staff
Sparkler (Wand)
Thorned Fae Wand
Wand of Glory (AC)
Wand of Glory (Special)
Wand of Hatoth
Wand Of Patronum
Wand of Serepthys

8-Bit Battleaxe
Ashbringer's Battleaxe
Axe of the EbilCorp Knight
Bear Clawed Axe
Blinding Light of Chaos
Cursed Bone Axe
Deadly Axe of Chaos
Evolved Warlord Axe
Formal Light of Destiny
GrimBlight of Destiny
Krom's Conquest
Piston-Driven Chopper
Soulborne Axe
Swordhaven Axe
Swordhaven Master Axe
The Frost Axe

Most species are nonvenomous and those that have venom use it primarily to kill and subdue prey rather than for self-defense. Some possess venom potent enough to cause painful injury or death to humans. Nonvenomous snakes either swallow prey alive or kill by constriction .

The fossil record of snakes is relatively poor because snake skeletons are typically small and fragile making fossilization uncommon. Fossils readily identifiable as snakes (though often retaining hind limbs) first appear in the fossil record during the Cretaceous period. [14] The earliest known true snake fossils (members of the crown group Serpentes) come from the marine simoliophiids , the oldest of which is the Late Cretaceous ( Cenomanian age) Haasiophis terrasanctus , [1] dated to between 112 and 94 million years old. [15]

Based on comparative anatomy , there is consensus that snakes descended from lizards . [16] :11 [17] Pythons and boas —primitive groups among modern snakes—have vestigial hind limbs: tiny, clawed digits known as anal spurs , which are used to grasp during mating. [16] :11 [18] The families Leptotyphlopidae and Typhlopidae also possess remnants of the pelvic girdle, appearing as horny projections when visible.

S EVERAL years ago, a distinguished writer and persecuted kabalist suggested a creed for the Protestant and Roman Catholic bodies, which may be thus formulated:

Does this offend? Does it seem extravagant, cruel, blasphemous? Listen. In the city of New York, on the ninth day of April, 1877 — that is to say, in the last quarter of what is proudly styled the century of discovery and the age of illumination — the following scandalous ideas were broached. We quote from the report in the Sun of the following morning:

Oliver Street. Several foreign missionaries were present. The Rev. John W. Sarles, of Brooklyn, read an essay, in which he maintained the proposition that all adult heathen, dying without the knowledge of the Gospel, are damned eternally. Otherwise, the reverend essayist argued, the Gospel is a curse instead of a blessing, the men who crucified Christ served him right, and the whole structure of revealed religion tumbles to the ground.