1. A predecessor of the modern-day feline, one of the two species of felines that evolved from Miacis, the other species being the Hoplophoneus, of which we know the sabre toothed tiger. The descendants of Dinictus developed different assets which were to stand them in good stead. One of these was the ability to retract their claws; another was their lack of massive canines and their smaller size, which enabled the Dinictus to have a much wider diet. Dinictus' descendants, in the Miocene Age, divided into approximately 90 sub species which are directly related to today's cats, and of which about 35 species still recognizably exist.
2. Dinictus Clock
, one of the 'younger' members of the Clock Crew
, as Archon Clock
, one of the Guardians of B
"I, Dinictus Clock, hereby grant to thee thine access to the Tree of B. Behold Its glory, Its Light. But draw not your knowledge from it... merely thine wisdom."