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    7 KB Evolution game from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)08:34 No.18309908  
    Alright then /tg/, lets build a setting from the ground up. Here's how we're going to do it - in the next 3 posts I will introduce 3 creatures. You then take the picture and alter it in paint. You can add new limbs, sensory organs, heads, what ever. Make sure to save your pictures as .PNG.

    I will act as DM, introducing new monsters, events, disasters, ect.

    We start with the Dolli; a Small aquatic reptile with 2 small hook-like arms.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)08:36 No.18309916
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    Next up is the Etta; a Red flightless bird. It is the larges of the 3 creatures and has no real redeeming qualities.

    The Environment is a small fertile Island leading out to an open/vast sea.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)08:39 No.18309935
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    Lastly we have the small Fryc; a mindless worm-like creature with 3 tendrils. The Fryc can live in the soil or the water, but often just drifts to the bottom/gets caught in the current and losses his place.

    Let the game begin! I should mention that when you alter a creature you need to claim if the new version replaces the old one, or if it's a splinter creature.
    >> --W-F-I-- 03/13/12(Tue)08:48 No.18310033
    rolled 55 = 55

    Oh boy mk2.

    Rollan for the Etta to find a somewhat stable source of food on the island.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)08:50 No.18310042

    The Etta has always eaten seeds, fruits, and the occasional Fryc.

    The roll isn't really needed btw. I'll let you guys know if you need to roll.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)08:51 No.18310046
    >sensory organs

    Technically what do genitals count as
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)08:52 No.18310051
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)08:53 No.18310055

    That's not an answer
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)08:54 No.18310062

    they count as genitals

    sensory organs are eyes, ears, infrared, antennae, ect.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)08:58 No.18310080
    I want to end up as a serpentine body, one sickle-like arm, a sensory node for a head and a hivemind.

    We will reach the End of Evolution.
    >> --W-F-I-- 03/13/12(Tue)08:58 No.18310081
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    Like most species of bird the female is not as Brightly coloured as the male. The Female also lacks the head crest.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)08:59 No.18310083

    If we just Ignore it (and report it) it will go away.

    Damn shame too, he's the only one editing pics.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)08:59 No.18310085
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    For particularly difficult prey that wield exoskeletons/shells such as clams, the Dolli developed a drill-like carapace on the end of their head that can crack them open with relative ease.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)08:59 No.18310088

    No, it'll just get smarter.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)09:03 No.18310123

    great work guys. Keep them coming, and remember you are not limited to only one species, you can alter them all if you wish.

    If you want slithers that bad, you're going to have to do it step by step.
    >> Tsunami! from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)09:19 No.18310271
    A huge wave washes over the island, tearing plants apart and scattering creatures far from their home. Small fish and Dolli are left flopping on dry land, the mindless Fryc are mostly unaffected, and a small amount of the Etta population has died.

    The wave delivered a strange spiral shell onto the Island. Bigger than any other creature. Something seems to move about in the shell.
    >> --W-F-I-- 03/13/12(Tue)09:24 No.18310307
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    After the disaster the Etta evolve Stonger legs after feasting on the Dead things that litter the island including other Etta that died. Have Retreated a bit further inland and have avoided the large Sprial shell thus far.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)09:26 No.18310317
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    Some Fryc develop webs on their tendrils so they can catch streams with ease and put more force into their swimming.
    Oh god, better not be some god damn tentacles coming outta that.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)09:36 No.18310391
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    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)09:46 No.18310469
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    Words um.....Words can't do this justice. These are awesome!

    Now out little evolution doodles will look so lame in comparison.

    So let's just say;

    Dolli develop fore-fins, Etta males gain showier tail feathers, and Fryc now have eyes.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)09:53 No.18310538
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    I do believe we now have a Deep Rooster.
    >> Event time from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)10:06 No.18310677
    The Giant shell begins to move. Dozens of long tentacles shoot out of the shell, grasping trees, rocks, and anything else it can. It is attempting to enter the ocean and it does not seem comfortable on land.

    You can attack the face-less beast and attempt to put it out of its misery and gain an easy meal. Or you can see what happens.

    To attack, roll a D20 ( Dolli get a +5 for their carapace drills.) Who ever score the highest kills the beast. That is, if they want to.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)10:10 No.18310707
    rolled 7 = 7

    Rolling for etta to attack.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)10:13 No.18310733

    just need the other 2 now
    >> redaeth 03/13/12(Tue)10:14 No.18310745
    rolled 7 = 7

    The fric attack!
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)10:15 No.18310761
    rolled 5 = 5

    ill roll the dolli then
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)10:20 No.18310804

    The dolli land the final blow, putting this creature into a permanent slumber.

    Now there is only a massive shell and heaps of mollusk-meat.

    The dolli are now very well nourished, they begin to grow in size and strength.
    >> redaeth 03/13/12(Tue)10:24 No.18310840
    Fryc grow a fourth tentacle. this one unlike the others is not webbed but ends in a stinger enabling them to spear prey.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)10:30 No.18310909
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    Got you covered dude
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)10:36 No.18310979
    The thrashing of the shelled beast lead to a hole dug in the sand. Further into here you find a shiny green glass-like surface. This is unlike any sea glass you've ever seen, and may call for further investigation.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)10:48 No.18311088
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    The tendrils of the non-webbed fryc evolve into more rigid apendages with suckers on the ends to stick onto rocks or larger creatures and gain 2 feelers on the top. Basic Fryc die out.

    I miss the hive. You should have threads for the old creatures again at some later time.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)10:55 No.18311146

    >I miss the hive. You should have threads for the old creatures again at some later time.

    I had one just the other day, but not too many people were interested;


    I tried something new and it didn't hit off too well. I can always do another thread with the old 3 later on, But I wanted to start over with 3 new species and see what happens. I still like where the thread is going.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 03/13/12(Tue)10:58 No.18311173
    Yeah, I was in that thread. See my name.
    Fryc (both) examine glass stuff.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)11:04 No.18311228

    >Yeah, I was in that thread. See my name.

    Oh snap, dude. Well thanks for playing


    As the 2 different Fryc examine the glass it begins to glow. A Strong green-light pulses over the creatures.

    The Fryc, mindless as they are, attempt to go on their way. But they find they cannot move without feeling extremely weighed down. To the creatures' surprise they have been melded together;

    2 heads, webbing and suctions. They slap their barbed tentacle in frustration.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)11:12 No.18311293
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    Drew out what I thought it'd look like.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)11:22 No.18311363
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    The Etta grow larger wings. Not enough to fly, but enough to glide with.

    The males also develop colored stripes to attract mates.
    >> redaeth 03/13/12(Tue)11:30 No.18311426
    The dolli's arms grow longer and develop a small thumb-like digit to hold down prey to more effectively drill into them
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)11:34 No.18311452
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    best I could do.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)11:37 No.18311478
    I would also like to remind everyone that the green glass can have different effects on different creatures.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)11:42 No.18311526
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    the male etta become slow and plump as they take on the role of sitting on the nest while the females develop longer talons and hooked jagged beaks for defense from predators and fighting for the males with the best nests and brightest plumage
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)11:47 No.18311575
    Fused Fryc becomes the dominant type because takes over both niches of the previous Fryc. Those two become rarer.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)11:49 No.18311589
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    To further help keeping it's prey in place, Dolli grew electric organs, sending electric impulses out to weaken it's preys muscle contraction.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)11:49 No.18311591
    The Fat male Etta peck at the green glass trying to find attractive material for their nests
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)11:52 No.18311624

    The glass begins to crack and shines bright light on the Etta. The female becomes pure white and her legs lengthen drastically. The male is mostly unaffected.

    Breeding with this female with produce similar offspring.
    >> redaeth 03/13/12(Tue)11:54 No.18311635
    One of the dolli gets washed into the pit by a very large wave and explores the green crystal.
    >> farmer fatguy 03/13/12(Tue)11:55 No.18311652
    What sort of plants do we have around us?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)11:58 No.18311676
    The tall white female's long legs let her easily dominate the others. Over time the tall white females and slow plump males become the common place of the species driving all other version to scarcity.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)11:59 No.18311689
    Old suction Fryc now secrete a bitter mucus to deter predators.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)11:59 No.18311691

    The Dolli Drills at the cracks left by the Etta. It finally shatters and releases one final spiraling light high into the air. The light hits the Dolli. Its body gains a thorny-thick hide. It also lengthens the Dolli's tail and 'drill'.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)12:01 No.18311703

    small shrubs, Large coconut-like trees, grasses. Typical Island fair.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:05 No.18311723
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    All three types
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)12:05 No.18311729
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    quick mock-up of the new female.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:11 No.18311770
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    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:13 No.18311791
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    the ettas gain small claws and arms to grab their prey
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:16 No.18311821

    what has science done? I love it.
    >> Player 1 !Pyd2/R7DNA 03/13/12(Tue)12:19 No.18311853

    Are you... Him?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:20 No.18311860
    they hop around and grab stuff from above
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:20 No.18311863
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    Some of the two headed Fryc take to hunting insects in the grass further inland. Their webbing recedes and their suction cups become thick and hoof like
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:22 No.18311874
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    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:25 No.18311901
    >> Heavy rain. Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:27 No.18311911
    The Island seems to be plagued with heavy rain. More and more with each year, the monsoons keep coming. And every year more of the land-mass disappears. A single large cliff in the distance seems like the only safe place for non-aquatic creatures.

    Over time the plants lengthen and adapt to the rain.

    Upwards to the skies you see flashed of green spiral-lights.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:32 No.18311945
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    Webbed fryc develop simple eyes and fins. They are now fully aquatic. Others are still amphibious.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:32 No.18311948
    with their little arms the male Etta become talented at weaving their nests tightly into baskets that can be picked up and carried to safer places. The birds head to the cliffs for safety.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:33 No.18311954
    The ettas use their long legs to run to the cliff,
    upon arriving they hide themselves and to ambush any other animals arriving.
    >> farmer fatguy 03/13/12(Tue)12:34 No.18311960
    so the others most likely over time will die out, leaving their aquatic cousins. the armed long legged ekka might do well for a few generations but the ones with stronger wing muscles will eventually become the dominant line.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:37 No.18311986
    I'm thinking the two middle ones will end up extinct leaving the two very different creatures.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:40 No.18312000
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    The Fryc was once an unassuming creature, and completely non threatening to mos larger lifeforms, but not anymore. It seems that their brains have become larger, and with their new smartness have evolved tread displays in the shape of MACHO MAN RANDY SAVAGE. And can now scream OH YEA! At painful decibels. They also are considered wise, and have many phrases to live by including "The madness is runnin' wild!", "Hulkamania is like a single grain of sand in the Sahara desert that is Nacho Madness.", and "Best there is... past, present and future! Ohhhhh yeahhhh!", "The tower of power, too sweet to be sour, ohhhh yeahh!", "I'm too hot to handle and too cold to hold!"

    >pic for reference
    >> farmer fatguy 03/13/12(Tue)12:45 No.18312042
    possible, we may see something akin to whales from them. But, it's a matter of energy efficiency.
    >> farmer fatguy 03/13/12(Tue)12:48 No.18312064
    out of curiosity, has there much radial evolution. (relations to the three phylum that have evolved to fill various niches)? Or has it been strictly lateral?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:50 No.18312085
    Should we just assume for now that the already rare middle two varieties have finally died out?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)12:51 No.18312088
    Remember that they're still small worm-like creatures. I'm guessing no larger than a minnow.
    Hoofed are mainly land based, but can survive in water for a while.
    >> farmer fatguy 03/13/12(Tue)12:52 No.18312097
    I'd say yes, sorry to shove my way into this, I'm an ecology type dude so for me this is well VERY FUN. But I'd say actually that they have leaving two seperate Genus of Fryc running/swimming.
    >> farmer fatguy 03/13/12(Tue)12:53 No.18312105
    didn't know the size but hmm in that case, we may see something more akin to an arboreal fryc.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)13:10 No.18312231
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    Mutated Dolli image
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)13:11 No.18312235
    Alright, so here's the thing, Right now its looking like the frycs are turning back to the water, also I'd say out of basic understanding of biology the two headed variety is going to be a dead end, I mean it's going to require energy up the whazoo.

    also our little eel like critter most likely is going to be fine it's not far from a mosasaur as it is and seems quite well built for water.

    The birds...well the birds might run into trouble if just to meet the energy requirements they've been handed
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)13:19 No.18312284

    I'd say that probably the ones with the larger drill/horns are gonna have some trouble those things are probably pretty weight so I'd think they'd get slimmed down more needle like over time possibly losing it altogether.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)13:20 No.18312286
    Okay, getting back on with the game, Hoofed fryc move to higher ground following prey from the flooding.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)13:42 No.18312463
    Event time?
    >> CLIMATE CHANGE Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)13:57 No.18312605
    As sea levels rise and global temperature increases, the island has steadily turned from a nice dry landmass into a swampy mangrove-esque forest. Though there are some areas that are still higher up, they are rocky and provide little in the way of prey or shelter to nest in.

    In the swamps plants and small insecta have flourished however and new species of water beetle, flies and athropoda have developed providing new sources of nutrition as well as challenges to hunters in the form of thicker shells, spines and speedy get aways.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)13:59 No.18312639
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:00 No.18312652
    not likely Op seems to have left for some reason, guess he's trying to keep the game rolling?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:05 No.18312705
    hey it keeps the thread going at least and seems to fit with what's going on in previous posts.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:12 No.18312758
    The hoofed fryc's webbing disappears, their bodies become thicker and more trunk like and its limbs become more rigid and long. they wade through the grasses and shallow water on stilt like legs harpooning water beetles and floating insects. The abundance of food allows them to grow larger.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:22 No.18312831
    The aqautic fryc maintains it's small size preferring to prowl amongst the roots of trees, Growing slimmer and more elongated. The tail spike is reduced as the fin begins to for a single long fluke allowing for more complicated motion. such as swimming along the bottom and the ability to kick mud up.

    It's developed a simpler method of feeding sucking up detrtus from the bottom.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:29 No.18312900
    This sounds like the perfect enviroment for the Dolli though, its long body will allow it to navigate easily, it can also crack open shells of any bugs it might be eating. Hell it may start preying on the fryc at this point at least the new bottom feeder variety.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:37 No.18312987
    Could you edit the older pics in paint or something please?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:44 No.18313050
    would if I could I'm a horrible artist.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:44 No.18313052
    Ettas develop long, think beaks to pluck food out of water and mud.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:47 No.18313077
    The females with their stilt like legs allow them to move more freely about than their plump males. The result being females do most of the work while the males roost and protect the chicks and tend to forage in trees, eating insects under the bark along with fruits and sources of high calories to maintain their plumpness.

    Both gain a longer beak, allowing for probing and plucking from crevices where insects would hide.
    >> Polite sage 03/13/12(Tue)14:47 No.18313082
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    Forgot pic

    Quality's not that important. Just to give an idea of what you say. I'll touch them up for you after.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)14:52 No.18313120
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    horrible quality is horrible,
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)15:03 No.18313225
    That ain't bad at all.
    Some Allos edits were bad.

    So sucker and fused have died off, leaving swimmer and hoofed.
    They look like fish worms. Heheh.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)15:05 No.18313244
    Yeah so I noticed I can't quite get the hoofed one, it needs to be stouter which is something I'm not equipped to handle with a touchpad
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)15:56 No.18313802
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    Yeah, it takes a while to draw on one of those.

    For protecton against predators and sunlight, hoofed fryc have developed an armored carapace over their once squishy worm bodies.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)19:23 No.18314542
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)19:58 No.18314968
    OP here. Just got off work. Give me a moment to read over the progress.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)20:04 No.18315045
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    A different coloration has begun to appear in the Dolli. Those with the color are more camouflaged in the swampy waters.
    >> Event from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)20:09 No.18315108

    I'm okay with this, just because it kept the game going. Thanks man.

    The water begins to recede and the monsoons have lessened. The water level is somewhere between its original and flooded state. As it lowers you find the tops of small carapace towers left by the beetles.

    The water beetles go to these locations to die and 'glue' themselves to the towers just before they expire.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)20:12 No.18315133
    Why the fuck hasent anyone considered by idea?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)20:13 No.18315149
    Hoofed Fryc camp around these towers to pick off the old beetles heading for them.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)20:28 No.18315322
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    Just touching up the drawings.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)20:28 No.18315330
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    a separate species of Dolli emerges. Their bony plates have overtaken their entire body covering them in a heavy boney hide. They can no longer swim freely and instead drag themselves on the bottom of the shallow waters with their larger stronger arms.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)20:38 No.18315474
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    Putting all into one image.
    >> Algorithm10 03/13/12(Tue)20:58 No.18315815
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    In some of the armored-Fryc, the second head has shrunk, whereas the other head begins to dominate.

    The feeler of the primary head also lengths, so as to search/reach prey in the water and in higher vantages.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)21:05 No.18315912
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    I'm a step ahead of you, been working since the beginning of the thread. I'm still trying to put all the descriptions together.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:16 No.18316054
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    The new Dolli species grows clumsy leg-like limbs. This development allows it to push off of the bottom of the waters to navigate through its surroundings at a faster pace.

    My apologies if I'm doing something incorrectly, I don't usually visit this board.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)21:20 No.18316126

    >My apologies if I'm doing something incorrectly, I don't usually visit this board.

    Nothing done wrong, a bit of a jump in evolution, but no one's too worried.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:24 No.18316197
    Would making the drill on the Dolli bigger, and making it's tail posionous be too much of a jump? I'm thinking they could latch to the floor of the water and disguise themselves like plants, as a defense/ way to get food
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:28 No.18316242
    Sounds like good for the green ones. Tail fin adapts to look like seaweed.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)21:30 No.18316278
    A mysterious streak of lightning hits the Island. It lands right in the crack where the green glass once was. A small tornado appears with green lighting flashing through it. The tornado speaks in words that every species manages to hear and understand.

    "climb to the highest point, or swim to the lowest depths and bring me a gift. It can be anything of value to your species but difficult to obtain. Please me and I will give you a wonderful prize!"

    Roll a D20 for any species/sub-species and make sure you tell what you are giving.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)21:31 No.18316300
    as far as I'm concerned; if you make the picture it works.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:38 No.18316412
    rolled 10 = 10

    Swamp Dolli brings a pearl from the clams it eats
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:43 No.18316483
    rolled 20 = 20

    Wrong quote, but general idea.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:47 No.18316528
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    This is the coolest thread ive seen on /tg/ yet!
    Ettas develop bigger wings so they can catch insects mid air!

    Also they fly to the top of the mountain and get some rocks never before touched by any living thing.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)21:49 No.18316554

    "This is a fine pearl" the gem is absorbed into the storm.

    Any other offers?

    >did you accidentally roll the second time? I'm assuming so, I'm marking the dolli down for rolling a 10.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:50 No.18316575
    rolled 16 = 16

    sorry forgot to roll, let's just hope i do the roll thing right now..
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:50 No.18316580
    Yeah it was an accident. 4chan X saving emails and such. Wish I rolled as well first time
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)21:56 No.18316671

    "Fine stones you have there"

    They are sucked into the whirling mass.

    Final offers for any other races
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)21:57 No.18316707
    rolled 2 = 2

    Fryc bring an insect shell
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:02 No.18316777
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    The ettas' arms lengthen, allowing them to be able to reach objects that are further away.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:05 No.18316819
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    Walking Fryc evolve eye stalks at the base of their bodies. Two on the main, one of the receding.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:09 No.18316871
    let's give the armor Doli BEEFY ARMS and maybe bony ridges on the gripper part of said beefy arms
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:09 No.18316875
    rolled 19 = 19

    Finned Fryc search for fine sand as deep as they can go.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:10 No.18316891
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    And a badass claw to pick insects and birds from the sky with
    >> The storm speaks from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)22:11 No.18316902
    The pearl, stones, and insect shells all dissolve into a fine powder. A Bright bolt of lighting shoots out a hits the Ettas.

    The Ettas are all dreaming now, the god speaks to them in their sleep.

    "you acquired flight and risked your life to bring me virgin stones"

    I can either gift you with the ability to cause and manipulate storms (at the cost of your wings and the inability to ever regain them).

    Or I can gift you with a more macabre ability. You require the need to drink blood instead of your normal diet and will hold it in large glands on your side. You slowly draw nutrition from it and gain the ability to shoot this blood like a jet. You can cleave a stone in half with these concentrated streams. This gift will require the sacrifice of your size, you will shrink into about half your normal size making your bodies much more frail.

    If there is a difference in opinion, votes will be taken.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:12 No.18316916
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    rolled 19 = 19

    Swamp Dolli's horn changes color to camoflauge more, and gains hooks on the end to stay hooked to the sea/river/pond floor
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:14 No.18316940
    The Ettas gain the ability blood ability and shrink.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:14 No.18316949
    the blood ability*
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:16 No.18316963
    blood thing, and beefy arms for armordolli
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)22:19 No.18317002

    "very nice, very nice indeed"

    The storm sees something in this sand that he looked for in the other gifts.

    He shoots lighting at the sand and it turns into glass, the glass then shatters and reveals a sharp scythe-like weapon.

    "use this wisely"

    The Finned Fryc develop long glass scythes instead of their normal barbed stinger.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:19 No.18317019
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    rolled 9 = 9

    The barb of the swimming Fryc becomes a poisonous sting.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)22:20 No.18317036

    The Etta crave blood in place of any other insect and fruit driven diet. The Blood stream is yours.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:22 No.18317073
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    rolled 6 = 6

    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:24 No.18317096
    looks like the armordolli have an advantage
    also, BEEFY ARMS
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:26 No.18317122
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    Like this?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:28 No.18317150
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    I think those were supposed to be legs, heh.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:32 No.18317200
    Those were the legs you replaced but yes, those arms are PERFECT
    also, who says the dolli can't have multiple pairs of arms?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:33 No.18317214
    Those are excellent.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:34 No.18317228
    just noticed, Do the dolli have Eyes? cause I think that a set (Six?) of glowing (not literally) red eyes would look badass on the armordolli
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:35 No.18317231
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    Ops, my bad
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:35 No.18317232
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    Know what, all limbs are BEEFY!
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:37 No.18317265
    ITT: people who think they know how evolution works.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:39 No.18317291
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    It.. it's perfect...
    also, would anyone be Dramatically opposed to this anon making some of these buggers in spore and postin' pics of 'em?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:41 No.18317312
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    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:42 No.18317322
    ITP: Person who thinks we're not obviously and purposefully defying it
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:42 No.18317327
    Go for it!
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)22:43 No.18317334

    Just ignore him. We've got our fun game and he's got an attitude.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:43 No.18317337

    Mutants does not mean the next evolutionary step. It's an anomaly and unless it allows them to perform remarkably better than the rest it won't catch.

    It seems to eat shellfish so it wouldn't need the barbs to catch anything, it sends out fucking electrical pulses when attacked so it wouldn't need barbs for self defense... in fact the weight and added resistance would probably only slow it down and make it easier prey.

    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:46 No.18317369
    Aether never said we got the elec, and the arms will be usefel in killing the bloodsuckers
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:46 No.18317374

    You called your game "Evolution" not "Let's see how many limbs and features we can put on an organism for X arbitrary reason". Games have ACTUAL rules and restrictions, so far this is a glorified draw thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:46 No.18317375
    Magic glass radiation. That is all.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)22:47 No.18317395

    As per the rules, unless you add to a creature, you have no authority to decide if a strain dies out. Also, you seem to be a negative nancy.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:48 No.18317401

    >eyes form, but they can only see light and dark, hardly any detail at all.

    You mean photoreceptors? They would be smaller, like two or three dots on the head.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:49 No.18317431
    don't know much about stuff like that. i just figured it could use some.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:50 No.18317449
    swimming Fryc gets one of those fancy strawlike mouths so they can suck the juice out of their prey after they killed them with their extra long venom stingers
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:51 No.18317463
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    Derp, forgot pic
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/13/12(Tue)22:51 No.18317466

    >Aether never said we got the elec

    I didn't feel I needed to rule on it, it was a good decision.

    >so far this is a glorified draw thread.

    And so were the other versions of this game, but people seem to like them. I'm ending this here and now because I don't see a need for arguments. We're having fun, you're ruining it. If you don't like it leave and if you want to play, PLAY! No one is making you stay here.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)22:52 No.18317491
    It already had 3 eye stalks at the bottom. Eh, almost vestigial photoreceptors.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:08 No.18317740
    I think the black spot was supposed to be a mouth when they were bottom feeders.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:09 No.18317759
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    An odd abnormality appears on one of the newborn Armoured Dolli, it does not seem to hold any significant benefit at the moment, but it may develop into something useful if it manages to reproduce.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:13 No.18317822
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    maybe it can still use the tiny mouth to eat small particle stuff from the water?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:24 No.18317985
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    I'm liking a split for this.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:30 No.18318095
    The lump doesn't interfere with finding a mate. In a number of generation later, an Sixth of the population exhibit the trait, while about a fourth of the pop carries the gene.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:34 No.18318172
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    'Ere's tha thing we promised fer the dolli
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:39 No.18318234
    Sufficiently beefy. Good work.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:45 No.18318358
    Now moving quadrupedally with their four powerful limbs The some of the armored Dolli begin scaling the cliff face snatching fat male Ettas from their roosts and falling back into the water with their prey. Now more of an obstruction the drill nose shortens and their jaws and teeth extend
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:47 No.18318383
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    I saw that you forgot your image so I drew one for you. Anyway, I apologize for it not being too good.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:54 No.18318488
    main species of armordolli (Which, for all intents and purposes, is now the MAIN species of dolli) gets a small intellect boost and begins to experiment with their grippers, the also increase ever so slightly in size (we need a size comparison thing for all the species)
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:54 No.18318489
    Someone posted it as a thread accidentally, so I'll say it. The fingers on the Ettas' hands become more dexterous, allowing for use of simple tools and better nest construction.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:56 No.18318516
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    I suppose there's another branch now? I doubt that the ones with the large drill would die off.
    Perhaps someone should go with that idea of one the variations disguising as seaweed?
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:57 No.18318538
    I wonder if we might have one ending up as a unicorn later on.
    >> Anonymous 03/13/12(Tue)23:59 No.18318560
    i was worried that the int boost was a bit too much but now...
    lets also give vanilladoli (nilladoli) bigger claws suited for burrowing, cause it seems like they may become the new white (red?) meat on this island
    On that note, are there any other prey species on the island or is it just these three (six including subspecies)
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:00 No.18318586
    There are others, but we just control the three types. Aether controls everything else.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:00 No.18318589
    nilladoli will also become more weedlike whilst the armordolli and cliffdolli wil most likely become fully terrestrial if they have not already
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:03 No.18318614
    The sea weed Dolli loses its spines its body grows shorter and its tail fin grows to stretch all the way to its head. Its electrical glands grow stronger to stun passing prey so it can snatch it with it's hands and pull it to their mouth.

    Older types of sea weed Dolli die out
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/14/12(Wed)00:08 No.18318682
    There seems to be a disturbance out in the deep ocean. Many sea creatures begin moving closer to the surface of the Island.

    A familiar creature climbs on the island, it's the same tentacled/shelled creature encountered earlier. It seems mostly peaceful and sticks to the swampier parts of the Island.

    Despite your growth, the creatures are still much larger than anything else on the Island.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:11 No.18318737
    The land Fryc gather around the creature dancing back and forth cautiously as the clack their claws
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:11 No.18318747
    The arms of the Green Dolli grow longer and have leaf-like fins to aid in their camouflage and grab passing prey. Still ambush predators.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:13 No.18318781
    An Armordolli stumbles upon the scene and watches, waiting for a time to possibly strike, , possibly teaming up with the Frycs
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:15 No.18318813
    I don't mean to be rude, but most of the people who were in this thread before added or removed things from the creature as intended. Could you guys please do the same instead of just posting what happens to them? Doing so would most likely improve the quality of this thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:16 No.18318825
    hey whats the geography of this island like, and what kind of setting are we in? (earth, alien, fantasy earth?)
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:17 No.18318845
    there's some kind of event happening. Pay attention. This isn't the first time.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:17 No.18318847
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    Combined our two.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:26 No.18318994
    Some bottom-feeder Fryc swim up to the creature, and if there's any, they eat scum off the back of it's shell if it were just a rock.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:30 No.18319080
    Heres the current nilladolli
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:31 No.18319096
    forgot to post pic but didn't matter,
    thanks guy!
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:34 No.18319153
    How big is the critter onshore and how fast did it move? also armordolli begin to hunt in pairs (siblings of the young and mates for the older)
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:40 No.18319246
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    Tell me if I have this strait, Armordolli actively hunt mainly in the water, while Cliffdolli catch their prey and jump off cliffs with it into water, either killing the prey from injury/impact, or drowning it.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:45 No.18319328
    actually at this point I think armordolli should become like snake-y armored raptors and hunt on land and SOMETIMES skewer fish (and nilladolli, which are smaller) in mated pairs
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:50 No.18319401
    Etta begin to carry sticks to try to fend off Armor and Cliffdolli invading their nests.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)00:53 No.18319445
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    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:10 No.18319708
    With their ability for crafting and tool use, nest building becomes a way to attract mates. Sturdier and fancier nests gain more attention from the females, as they provide better protection from their predators.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:11 No.18319724
    Crap... Forgot to put "Ettas" back in while revising my post.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:14 No.18319759
    This is old hat, the male Ettas are already skilled nest/basket weavers.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:17 No.18319804
    I know. It's now also a way of attracting a mate.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:31 No.18319995
    Aether, you still there at all?

    A small flock of Ettas come and go to observe the shelled creature from a high perch.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:34 No.18320031
    Eureka! The Armordolli figure out that throwing rocks at things hurts them! Minor int boost
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:37 No.18320070
    the dolli, with their newfound power of ROCK THROWING begin to attack the monster from a distance
    Tey also evolve themselves into a larger size and get sharper pointy bits
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:41 No.18320118
    Dolli Rollin for monster attacking
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:41 No.18320123
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    would seem we've got another three species to play with gentlemen.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:46 No.18320188
    That's someone trying to go for realism and it's more dependent on the GM being there.
    Personally, I like my doing whatever, magic glowing glass,
    "I Can't Believe It's Not ADAM", and salamandrine-eye god demons.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:51 No.18320258
    true still may not be too bad though.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)01:58 No.18320322
    Eh, go for it. I'm just going to hang here. With the Dollis getting smarter, and the creative abilities of the Etta, we're sitting on the edge of just having species to also having cultures.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)02:17 No.18320464
    While hunting, a female Etta comes across a sharp rock. It has to get too close to prey for using the rock for hunting purposes. She brings it back, and her mate finds instant use for it cutting nest materials more easily than just with his talons and beak. The knowledge quickly spreads. Ettas have aquired KNIVES.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/14/12(Wed)08:24 No.18322879
    Sorry guys, been sleeping for the past 8 hours.

    I saw you all wanted to attack the shelled beast, but I didn't see any rolls.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)08:35 No.18322959
    rolled 13 = 13

    Rolling for this anon's rock throwing.
    Everything else just seems to be watching it, or eating skum off of its shell.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/14/12(Wed)08:35 No.18322962
    The shelled creatures slowly begin to become a food source for all the Island's inhabitants. The creatures find that they can turn their shells upwards and it will gather water from the rain, allowing small temporary homes for aquatic creatures as well a breeding grounds for water-bugs.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/14/12(Wed)08:44 No.18323009

    The shelled creatures are highly frightened of the Dolli; their pointy bodies make grasping them impossible and their constant bombardment with rocks causes the creatures to withdraw into their shell.

    The dolli, annoyed, begin to climb in the shells and hammer away at the creature, eventually bludgeoning it to death.

    You get the feeling that these large creatures are much better predators in the water, but what ever has chased them onto land is more of a threat than small island creatures.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)09:51 No.18323383
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    Not much has been going on for the Fryc lately.

    From one head of the walkers becoming dominant and absorbing the other partially in the past, it had over time caused their two brains to fuse and function together, making them work as one larger brain.
    A second tentacle has also developed. Previous walker dies out.
    >> polite sage 03/14/12(Wed)10:04 No.18323463
    Something that I had thought about the fact that walkers used to have two separate heads: They worked independently from each other. One would walk around, the other would grab prey.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)11:05 No.18323822
    The discarded shells of deceased creatures become a prized nesting material for the Ettas. Males will drag them across the island to the higher elevations in which they nest.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)12:25 No.18324305
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    Bottom feeder Fryc become toxic to consume, and thus gain a bright "I'm poisonous" coloration.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)12:34 No.18324400
    Seems like everyone forgot about this?

    Here is my take on the smaller "blood pistol" ettas. Their arms become straws from the blood gland to the beak and they get darker so they can hunt at night.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)12:35 No.18324406
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    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)13:00 No.18324608
    Could this be a split, armless and darker with larger blood sacks, and those with arms and smaller, internalized sacks.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)13:19 No.18324728
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    The Nilladolli are repaced by a new species which has developed small gills. They aren't efficient enough to stay permanently underwater, but they allow them to stay under for an additional couple of hours.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)13:29 No.18324772
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    I agree with the split. Also the water Fryc gains size, mobility and starts hunting bigger prey. While the tripod Fryc developes a lure to attract food with.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)13:30 No.18324785
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    I really like where this is going.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)13:53 No.18324935
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    Some good reading here. Past threads.
    >> NotAWriteFag 03/14/12(Wed)14:27 No.18325216
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    A subbreed of Armordolli emerges, lacking the common tail fin. It grows adept at living on the land, becoming a suprisingly agile hunter.

    Unless I'm too late. In which case, disregard.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)14:33 No.18325290
    Ain't no such thing as late here.
    So there's an amphibious and land Armordolli?
    >> NotAWriteFag 03/14/12(Wed)14:38 No.18325340
    Indeed. The Land Armordolli would also evolve some stronger back legs, but my MSPaint skills are only so strong as to remove the fin.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)15:15 No.18325644
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    The armored Dillo finaly take its rightfull place as the king of the land as it evlolves in to live on land... BEHOLD THE DilloRex!!!
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)15:19 No.18325685
    Okey,maybe 3 steps too fast, feel free to discard..
    But you all know that this is what it was going to become at some point.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)15:59 No.18326002
    I think it's more of a hump than a fin. Cliffdolli use it as a cushion while falling from tall heights I beleive.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)16:26 No.18326214
    Whoops, wrong thing. I forgot about the tail fins for a moment.

    The hump becomes a recessive trait among Armordollis, and appears rarely in them. Cliffdollis start to build up a layer of fat and their armor becomes more segmented, providing more cushion for falling from even higher than before.
    >> NotAWriteFag 03/14/12(Wed)16:42 No.18326348
    Heh, where I was considering heading long term. I'm for it.

    Cliffdillos begin a potential rise to the heavens as flaps of skin grow between their arms and sides, serving as parachutes of sorts for their falls.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)20:15 No.18329125
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    Don't know how do draw the gliding Cliffdollis, so heres the stockier one. Also, I'd think the skin flaps would have problems coming through the bone plates and interfere with their hunting style.

    A quick correction, it's Dolli, not Dillo.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/14/12(Wed)21:07 No.18329896
    I really like where the Dolli is headed, but I'm a bit confused on the splinter species. I think we have Rex, Long guy, and Swamp. Just the 3, right?

    Also I like the Etta pic, but I don't think they need to sacrifice their fore-limbs to shoot blood, after all the whole shrinking thing was supposed to the the only draw-back.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:13 No.18329982
    Rex was too big of a jump, also Main armordolli branch gains a pair of tiny arms underneath their beefy ones and their tailfins gain the ability to change colour (to attract mates)
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:19 No.18330066
    I cast summon drawfag!
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/14/12(Wed)21:19 No.18330073

    I disagree, I liked it very much and think we should keep it. I mean, there are whirling storms who speak and shoot green lightning here.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:23 No.18330119
    very well
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:26 No.18330177
    Creator of DolliRex here.

    I might not have any education or drawpad equipment but if you point me in the direction of what to draw, i will do my best. Tough i must warn you; it is kinda late over here and im getting tired.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:28 No.18330208
    dis could use a drawing and someone should make a composite image with all the critters in theeir various evo. stages, maybe split it if its too big
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:34 No.18330283
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    TBH i don't really follow, is this about right? what did i miss?
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:40 No.18330360
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    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)21:49 No.18330478
    thats cliffdolli, the extra arms were to go onto >>18317759
    cliffdolli can still use the arms just ad some wing flaps
    you also forgot the colored tail
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)22:04 No.18330684
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    Pretty sure you wanted the other guy to have the fancy tail, oh well, im too tired. Good night /tg/
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)22:36 No.18331152
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)22:38 No.18331187
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    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)22:55 No.18331439
    or maybe we need a new thread?
    Also, when is the next event gonna occur?
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)23:11 No.18331685

    I killed it
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)23:35 No.18332036
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    with their cleaving blood cannons the vampiric Ettas begin to burrow into the cliff face nesting deep inside the stone and making interlocking tunnel systems. Because of their dark lifestyle they bacome nocturnal, their eyes wither and become vestigial and feathers around the base of their beaks become long sensitive whiskers.
    >> Anonymous 03/14/12(Wed)23:45 No.18332145
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)00:27 No.18332666
    methinks it would be time for a new thread, what about you Aether?
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)00:44 No.18332862
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    You should probably listen to Satan, Aether.

    Put the dollis together with some descriptions of their abilities and hunting patterns. Forgot to mention that they all still have electric shock.
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)01:40 No.18333457
    I believe that both Ettas were vampiric, but the one one was less focused on the blood cannon, more into their arms, as well as not being nocturnal.
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)03:46 No.18334707
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    Walker Fryc develop a simple form of bellows lung, allowing for a higher oxygen intake than whatever sort of passive sort they had before.
    They breath through small holes under that new ridge.
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)08:22 No.18336160
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    The Ettas have combined their Dolli-wacking sticks with their rock knives to create spears. They are used for hunting and defense of the nesting grounds.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/15/12(Thu)13:29 No.18338108

    I'm not against the idea. Do you all want to start with new creatures or continue the lineage.

    I plan on eventually combining this all into one big setting but I wanted to branch out with different biomes before that.
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)13:36 No.18338161
    That could be fun. We need to go long enough until we get more freaky deer/salamander/tornado demon-gods, and for the smarter creatures to form tribes.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/15/12(Thu)13:44 No.18338205

    >We need to go long enough until we get more freaky deer/salamander/tornado demon-gods, and for the smarter creatures to form tribes.

    So that's a +1 for continuation, right?
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)13:52 No.18338258
    About. About that I'd think.
    A little bit of feedback: I think not enough events were going on. Your past threads had tons of events and crazy mutations. Still fun though.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/15/12(Thu)14:01 No.18338346

    That was purposeful. I know it seemed lazy on my end but I wanted to see what happens when I just let the community take over.

    More events seem like they could have helped this game, but I very much like where it went. We ended up with amazing sub species, where in the last game I felt like things just went where I wanted them to (the huge jump in Cryd from game 2 to 3). Ultimately I just want to make the players happy.
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)14:04 No.18338375
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    the armodolli gain heavier arms for heavy work and another set of smaller arms for fine manipulation
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)14:40 No.18338694
    That would be the Dollirex

    The calls of the Etta become more articulate and start to carry meanings which can vaguely describe locations and the other creatures. This marks the beginnings of the first language. It's used by both diurnal and nocturnal species.
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)15:05 No.18338965
    can we add entire new races?
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)15:12 No.18339043
    Only OP can do that.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/15/12(Thu)16:32 No.18339861
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    Just to be sure, these ARE the final species, correct?
    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)17:26 No.18340472
    Those are all the current ones.
    >> fromAether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/15/12(Thu)18:43 No.18341265
    New thread guys;

    >> Anonymous 03/15/12(Thu)23:40 No.18344331
    Other thread is unbumpable, so saving this one.
    >> Bump? If not, still archived. 03/16/12(Fri)04:50 No.18346338
    rolled 18 = 18

    It 404'd.

    Okay, what we had in the other thread was that there were jellyfish that grabbed each others' tentacles to form large nets that would paralyze anything that ventured into them. Even the thick bony plates of the Armordolli wouldn't protect them.
    Because of this, the larged tentacled creatures started moving into shallower water or even shore to keep out of their range.
    Evolutions that happened were that Dollirex got bigger but a bit scarcer, and Armordolli horns got harder.

    Weeddollis were seeing if their powerful shocks would repel or even kill the jellyfish that wandered near.
    Re-rolling if needed. Had 6 before.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)08:14 No.18347284
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)11:01 No.18348111
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    Armored Fryc become slightly larger.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)11:12 No.18348178
    Wow, they are in scale? I always tought they were the biggest of all the creatures we had going (exept maybe the Rex)
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)11:40 No.18348317
    Well, the Fryc were pretty much in scale. The whole time, they didn't get any bigger. Just had two combined into one. They were small worms that only grew limbs and fins. I don't know about everyone else, but I see them as only a few inches tall. The Dollirex is probably the largest thing we have, and I see that about the size of a large house cat.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)11:55 No.18348396
    Oh, I dont know why but i imagined the armored Fryc being much bigger then the other Fryc. Ominously walking around the swaps harpooning fish and grabbing smaller birds and insects with the claw. I think we should agree on size and make a size/scale thing with all the creatures for the future.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)12:01 No.18348429
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    Well, their bodies were twice the size as the smaller ones due to magic glass fusion.
    <- Something I thought of when first drawing the shelled walker.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)12:05 No.18348458
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    living in the dark means no need for bright colors. the male vampire etta become white
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)12:23 No.18348554
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    It also mean that the long legs used for running on sand are no longer needed. Instead they develop claws with skin in between suited for grabbin things like prey and cave walls.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)12:47 No.18348691
    Can magic changes be undone?
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)13:07 No.18348811
    Good question, didn't even remember that it was a change made by magic. Feel free to make the legs longer again but atleast let the claws stay.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)13:18 No.18348877
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    Tried to touch up the multiarmRex
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)13:29 No.18348940
    Does it still have eyes? I assume it does, but I can't see any.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)13:48 No.18349058
    I have no idea, it wouldnt live long without eyes would it? Maybe is has small and black eyes in the shadow of the head armor?
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)14:20 No.18349370
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    made its eyes visible.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)15:06 No.18349668
    Good job.
    I just wish there were more people in this thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)16:06 No.18350002
    I'm here but I'm posting from my iPhone so I won't be very active/able to draw until I get home

    Armordolli grow slightly larger and gain a minor intelligence boost
    Dollirex grows much larger and and gains more bite force
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)16:48 No.18350341
    Aether needs to show back up sometime.

    Some Etta fly down from the cliffs to grab anything that is left stunned from the jellyfish. If not the catch has bled out, they toss it back. The Cliffdolli are happy to eat these scraps.
    I believe that both types of Etta are vampiric. The colorful ones just have smaller, less powerful bursts of blood they can shoot out.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)16:51 No.18350365
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    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)17:03 No.18350460
    rolled 2 = 2

    Several Armordolli begin to attack Dollirexes for territory as the sea isn't near as safe as it once was since those jellyfish appeared.

    This thread had a lack of creatures actually fighting each other.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)17:19 No.18350573

    Holy crap! I thought this thread died! How come the second one did, but this one is still going? Huh. Either way, I started a new game with new creatures;


    We can still keep this one going, I just need to read the updates since I've been gone.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)17:26 No.18350623

    The dollirex may defend, but they need to roll a 1 for this to work. Looks like you just put them on the dollirex's dinner menu.


    The etta lose a few of their own fishing for the carcasses, but find it is an easy way to gain food. Over time their feet become resistant to the stings.


    In the case of the legs, I don't see why not. But for the most part Mutations/gifts are unchangeable.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)17:38 No.18350724
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    rolled 4 = 4

    The king of all land animals teach its smaller cousins to fear him by eating most of them.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)17:45 No.18350793

    Oh dear god!
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)17:48 No.18350816
    rolled 3 = 3

    I rolled wrong dice right? Was it ment to be a d6?

    If so a 1 on a d6 is almost the same as a 1.2 or 3 on a d20 (mathematically). But i roll a d6 now just in case.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)17:51 No.18350833
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    It's not long until the Etta developes higher shoulders to assist in balance and reach. This results in a peculiar three-jointed arm, similar to those found in some insects. Powerful scaly forearms also help it resist daily wear and tear, as its immune system is still primitive. No major change in the females.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)17:53 No.18350853

    We've been using D20s all thread, so no. The guy only rolled a 2 for attacking, so it would have been hard to fail either way.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)17:53 No.18350854
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    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)17:57 No.18350877
    Cool so what now? climate change? other events? reward?
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)18:03 No.18350928
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    Since these guys aren't getting any use in the other thread;

    Over the Ocean, you see a fleet of small creatures carried in by wind. They seem more balloon-like than animal. The creatures deflate the gas from their bodies to get lower to the ocean. They begin picking up the jelly creatures and eating them. There are far too many jelly for these Innu to clear out, but they seem unaffected by their stings.

    To keep buoyant, the Innu do not engorge themselves. They will stick to the Island for now, clinging to tree tops to anchor down. They seem uninterested in anything but the jellies.

    >welcome species number 4 to the game. Go nuts.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:05 No.18350943
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    Fryc Walkers with slimmer, three-digit claws begin to emerge and pervade
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:09 No.18350972
    For some reason, thread 2 was un-bumpable. We had to save this one to continue.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)18:11 No.18350980

    For some reason, thread 2 was un-bumpable

    Same with my last thread. It seems to be a really strange bug, or I am cursed.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:12 No.18350987
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    The male Innu develop large phosphorescent tendrils in order to attract the more dim-witted jellies, much like and angler fish. It is also used to attract mates.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:16 No.18351017
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    The innu quickly develope small pincers so that they can eat the jellyfish more efficiently
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:21 No.18351046
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    here we go
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)18:39 No.18351158

    Not to be picky, and this was my fault, but the Innu are gender-less. Sorry.

    The storm returns and casts a green cloud on the Island.

    "I hope you like my pets, they will help you with your infestation. I can teach you how to use them to your advantage."

    "I'll need you to prove who is worthy among you critters, I demand blood"

    The storm requires any creature to fight and capture another species and hurl it into the storm.

    Claim what creature you are rolling for and against who, Roll a D20, who ever score the highest wins;

    Dolli rex receives +3 for sheer size

    Vampire Etta gain +2, but creatures attacking them gain +1 for their frailness
    Regular Etta gain +1 for tolls

    non-toxic fryc gain a +2 for glass stingers
    Walker fryc gain +1 for double stingers

    The Innu may not roll.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:47 No.18351206
    rolled 13 + 3 = 16

    The DolliRex attack the stonethrowing dolli(aka common dolli).
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:54 No.18351253
    rolled 1 = 1

    Normal dolli fight back (Any bonus for rock throwing?)
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:55 No.18351263
    rolled 17 = 17

    HA HA
    OH WOW
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:55 No.18351267
    Bumb for others to join
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)18:56 No.18351274

    Normal Dolli are crushed. The storm smiles and waits for more blood.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)18:59 No.18351291
    rolled 20 + 1 = 21

    Maybe the nprmal Dolli will have better luck against the blood Etta? Or if you cant attack twice, cliffdolli
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)19:00 No.18351299
    rolled 18 + 1 = 19

    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)19:01 No.18351305

    so far so good. I would say you can attack twice, but maybe just twice.

    Still waiting for others, but beating a 21 would be difficult.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)19:04 No.18351325
    rolled 5 + 1 = 6

    'kay, need to stop wasting good rolls anyways
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)19:06 No.18351345
    rolled 13 = 13

    The weeddolli attacks the toxic fryc (jsut to make it clear: the one without the bonus)
    >> dice+1d20 Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)19:29 No.18351546
    the fryc counter
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)19:35 No.18351592
    rolled 1 = 1

    allow me to roll for you
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)19:36 No.18351597

    The Normal Dolli drag the blood ettas corpse towards the storm and hurl it into the whirling chaos. The Tornado turns red and it begins to speak;

    "wonderful, despite your loss against the Rex, you remained persistent. The storm then sucks in a handful of Innu. These are strange creatures, they are more malleable than most animals."

    He then goes to instruct the dolli on what glands/organs to remove to gain the same benefits of the creatures.

    The normal dolli may now gain immunity from the Jellies, attach themselves to the creatures to float around, and any further benefit the Innu possess. Unfortunately their Predator, the Rexdolli, has gained the same information but can only prevent the stings of the jellies.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)19:41 No.18351641
    Ouch, another 1 bites the dust
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:03 No.18351828
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    rolled 19 = 19

    Armordolli get moar smartness and begin to do this:
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)20:10 No.18351890

    That is terrifying, and the roll justifies it.

    Also, I do this every thread and no one really takes me up on it - here's my email;


    Feel free to email me and we can organize a time to start the next games, shoot the shit, throw around suggestions, build the setting,ect.

    I say this now because I found this thread on page 9 or something, so I fear it will be auto-saging.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:12 No.18351911
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    After a steady diet of common Dolli and jellies the DolliRexs gain more powerful legs so that they can run fast and even jump despite its size.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:15 No.18351935
    rolled 18 = 18

    and ofc it use the legs to ambush/jump and rip the inferior dollies out of the sky.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)20:20 No.18351983

    It would appear the normal dolli and the Rex have a mongoose/snake relationship. Why do you two hate each other so much?
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:27 No.18352042
    The dollies came and tried to scare the Rex away from its own land with rocks, like monkeys tryin to scare a great white tiger. The tiger will murder the apes and claim its place at the top of the food chain. It is only natural, the way of life.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:31 No.18352069
    rolled 1 = 1

    until the monkeys turn into peoples and either kill or tame the rexes
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:33 No.18352087
    rolled 16 = 16

    here's the tree so far
    we may need to split it soon
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:34 No.18352092
    with their fearsome 1s

    But you are right in the long run the Rex is doomed. Thats why it has to fight now.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)20:35 No.18352094
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    rolled 20 = 20

    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)20:47 No.18352178

    >Rex is doomed

    Not always true. Plus, I'm the only one who holds the power to kill a species (or allow you to roll for it). So don't worry too much about Rex dying. It just might not be at the top anymore.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)21:14 No.18352389
    rolled 13 = 13

    'sides, rexes would make perfect gaurd dogs, mounts
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)21:27 No.18352490
    Ive read some from your other threads and i think you should add the population feature. Also i think we could use more events. Have climate change, starvation and natural challanges/disasters appear regularly. And then once in a while you add the Quest like "green glow god events" with mutation rewards. I really like that you let people be in charge of whats going to happen with the creatures but we need events to(and ofc more people). The last thing I think we should have is more info on what the creatures eat and how they hunt/live, maybe even go as far as having a map over the island?

    I dont know if all this is possible or even a good idea, but im just trying to give all the feedback and ideas i have right now.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)21:33 No.18352548
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    rolled 12 = 12

    lots of changes haappen to the innu, mostly adding more of things they already have
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)21:34 No.18352558
    rolled 7 = 7

    With your permission aether, I shall make the map
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)21:41 No.18352618
    Even though the event has passed, both the sucker and toxic Fryc have the same poisoned glass stinger. And Weeddolli have the strongest electrical shock out of all the dolli.
    Did the roll of 18 earlier allow them repel the jellyfish with said shock?


    With immunity to the stings of the jellyfish, the Armordolli begin to return to the sea for hunting.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)21:51 No.18352687
    rolled 15 = 15

    armordolli have a symbiotic relationship with the floaty things, they dont even NEED to swim
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)22:02 No.18352763
    He should also make a new thread, this one will die soon
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)22:37 No.18353066

    That would be great, man. My map making skills suck.


    Think I'll wait until this one actually dies, It seems right now everything I start auto-sages.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)22:39 No.18353087

    >Did the roll of 18 earlier allow them repel the jellyfish with said shock?

    I would say that's fair.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)22:40 No.18353111
    rolled 16 = 16

    excellent, now, what kind of island is it, large, small? main biomes? special landmarks?
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)22:43 No.18353133

    Well, there's a large Cliff

    A few lagoons/swampy areas

    Good amount of trees

    The strange glass

    That seems to everything that sticks out right now, This thread has been live for days and a little has slipped my mind.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)23:08 No.18353321
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    rolled 12 = 12

    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)23:11 No.18353341

    Nice, thanks.

    So when I start a new thread (tomorrow probably)

    Should I bother with new creatures or continue to use the current ones. I know I asked earlier in the thread, but people didn't seem interested at all in my newer threads.
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)23:12 No.18353349
    Good job! now all we need is for someone to put info on population habits and food for the creatures and all my wishes has come true.

    Speaking of population, flying has its risks and the blood ettas are fast to take advantage of the situasion. pic realted

    it has been fun and i hope more people show up later on, good night /tg/
    >> Anonymous 03/16/12(Fri)23:15 No.18353375
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    Durrr forgot pic, i vote keep the creatures we have. you can add new on top like with the innu but please dont just start over.
    >> from Aether !GuYmUwz4mI 03/16/12(Fri)23:18 No.18353403

    >please dont just start over.

    I agree. It's just difficult getting new people into the game if they have no previous knowledge.

    And that's a very disturbing picture you have there.
    >> Anonymous 03/17/12(Sat)00:01 No.18353791
    rolled 8 = 8

    hmm... i', going to have to figure out how to counter that
    >> Anonymous 03/17/12(Sat)00:38 No.18354102
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    rolled 15 = 15

    dolli, using their superior smartness, "breed" the innu to be bigger and have a hard "shell" around their baloony part
    Innu also develop harder claws

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