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Fort Ciskin

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Fort Ciskin

Fort Ciskin icon.png

Fort Ciskin map.png

Red dots indicate drop points. Click "expand" for a list of coordinates.

  • 295, 501
  • 299, 332
  • 364, 570
  • 407, 675
  • 447, 285
  • 498, 190
  • 532, 868
  • 540, 460
  • 605, 387
  • 614, 696
  • 828, 556
  • 838, 374
  • 882, 193
  • 893, 753

A good sized area consisting of dense pine forests encircling a murky swamp. In the southwest corner lies an abandoned settlement guarded by a towering "Dinosaur Wall", that now lies in ruins from the fury of a T-Rex.
Difficulty Mild
Price 50
Landmarks Hut, beachhead, valley, maze, Fort Ciskin, Stonehenge
Carnivores 2 areas
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"Fort Ciskin" is a large marshy pine forest and the second area in Carnivores 2 and Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter.

Landmarks[edit | edit source]

Although it is only the second area available to purchase, "Fort Ciskin" is one of the most unique islands.

The little house[edit | edit source]

Inside the lonely hut (note the position in the map).

In the foggy forests to the northwest of the island lie an abandoned hut. It is highly useful for hiding, although it will not protect you from a charging T-Rex.

Beachhead[edit | edit source]

Directly underneath the water inlet to the north is a very thin, grazing beachhead surrounded by huge mountains.

Valley[edit | edit source]

Directly north from the beach across the waterway is a tunnel cut from the mountain. Crossing through will put the hunter in a narrow, ravine-like valley filled with fog. A great place for luring dinosaurs.

Mountain maze[edit | edit source]

Heading east from the beachead will take the hunter to a foggy mountain maze, which quickly becomes a trap for unwary hunters.

Fort Ciskin[edit | edit source]

Main article: Fort Ciskin (location)

In the southeasternmost part of the island is the infamous Fort Ciskin. Located between two mountains, Fort Ciskin is surrounded by a "Dinosaur Wall", which lies in ruins from the fury of a T-Rex. The small huts inside the fort are great for hiding, making Fort Ciskin one of the most interesting places to hunt. The in-game description mistakenly states that it is on the southwestern part of the island. The huts can be entered by smaller dinosaurs and larger dinosaurs can simply clip through their walls to kill the hunter which means that they are not a safe zone. The precise history of this colony is unknown, including the nature of its demise. The residents could have evacuated the settlement the moment the tyrannosaur struck them, or perhaps the colony remained for a short period after the attack, but didn't bother to repair the wall, and thus would have been quickly picked off by other dinosaurs. It is unknown whether the Fort was built by visitors to FMM UV-32 attempting colonization, or by a sentient race indigenous to the planet.

Stonehenge[edit | edit source]

Main article: Stonehenge

To the northeast lies the infamous Stonehenge, a parellel to the one found on Earth, on a plateau overlooking a beach.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Both the abandoned hut and the Fort itself are absent in the PS3/PSP version of the game.