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    313 KB Ancient Desert Evo Game: Tribal Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)13:29 No.18843536  
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)13:30 No.18843545
    OH! Hey guys, i didnt see you there! Its time for Ancient Desert Evo Game part 4! The tribal era. Post your guys and wait for Indonesian gentleman OR ILL COME AND RAPE THE FAGILE THING THAT YOU CALL REALITY
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)13:32 No.18843561
    old thread for reference >>18842723
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)13:42 No.18843680
    Indonesian Gentleman said that it'd be a day or two until he had the tribal game up and running.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)13:46 No.18843716

    Yeah, we probably should wait for IG.
    >> nongent 04/24/12(Tue)13:53 No.18843793
    posted that we must wait, or the consequences will be horrific. this is just a placeholder. though im sure he would not mind if you continued to evolve the non tribal races/ unloved races.
    >> Nad'lun 04/24/12(Tue)14:03 No.18843900

    I would love to, but I am currently too busy being hyped up BY FUCKING SPACE MINING OH MY GOD! IT'S HAPPENING!
    >> Burrahn 04/24/12(Tue)14:16 No.18844029
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    Yessssss. Soon we will find it.
    >> nongent 04/24/12(Tue)14:22 No.18844071
    share with me this...space mining. or are you placing mines in space in preparations?
    see this thread is already serving the purpose of keeping on the evo community on a warmer so we dont spin away never to be found again. I hate when there isint a thread because we loose players who dont like to comb thru the archives. how we lost the slanera island lem i think. or he said fuck it. unsure.
    >> Nad'lun 04/24/12(Tue)14:26 No.18844112
    >> Burrahn 04/24/12(Tue)14:33 No.18844168
    The catalog is a good way to find when these threads are up.
    I do wonder what became of Aether. He was planning something based on the old cave threads, but I don't know if he would mind people knowing what.

    As for the mining, there's a company looking to catch asteroids to dig minerals out of.
    >> Onolkeshan 04/24/12(Tue)14:41 No.18844238
    Space colonisation itself is interesting thing but this thing is led by corporations instead of nations? doesn't sound so good...
    >> Burrahn 04/24/12(Tue)14:47 No.18844286
    But this isn't colonization so far. It's sending robots into space.
    >> Nad'lun 04/24/12(Tue)15:03 No.18844431
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    I might as well post this.
    >> Onolkeshan 04/24/12(Tue)15:10 No.18844504

    yeah i know. And they said that after robots comes humans. maybe i heard it wrong but i don't think i did.
    >> Burrahn 04/24/12(Tue)16:23 No.18845295
    I must not have heard that part. I did hear parts of I think working with NASA, but I'm not entirely sure.
    >> Burrahn 04/24/12(Tue)16:38 No.18845486
    This may be an actual good use for this thread. Putting together the important details on creatures and races.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)17:49 No.18846296
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    Another info pic!
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)18:58 No.18847018
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    Anyone up for using this thread to evolve a completely separate species that'll be lost to obscurity once IG makes the proper thread?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)19:01 No.18847041
    That's a cute puppy. Carry one!
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)21:22 No.18848969
    Fine by me! Don't worry, these guys will find their way to this world... somehow.
    Maybe for another world in the same solar system or something? You realize you need a habitat for them, right?
    Anyways, I'm gonna make the map now, but it'll be a while until I can put up the new thread. There's also work to be done. Thanks for the patience, guys!
    >> Burrahn 04/24/12(Tue)21:41 No.18849224
    There's always the eastern continent.
    >> nongent 04/24/12(Tue)22:27 No.18849856
    good good...i think, i am going to evolve the shit out a few species while IG is busy. Nothing really world shaking, just to add some flavor to the background. Incoming dragon cho, and wesper carrier...going for an eventual symbiosis between the two. should be fun.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)22:34 No.18849947
    Anyone mind if I evolve the dog quick while waiting for IG?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)22:39 No.18850022
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    Firdog gains a potent acid producing gland in the sides of its mouth. With enough airflow, the Firdog is able to spit acid reasonably far, and relatively inaccurately. This allows them to pre-digest their food (like many insects) which allows them to consume prey more efficiently.
    >> nongent 04/24/12(Tue)23:05 No.18850431
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    dont know if the artist is around for these but we have a frilled one, a digging one that reinforces old worm tunnels with mucus, a smart one, and a mini one. If would be a treat to continue evolving them/ crossbreeding. get a little further away from hydralisk.
    >> nongent 04/24/12(Tue)23:06 No.18850446
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    artillery/ runner/ ambush.
    >> nongent 04/24/12(Tue)23:07 No.18850465
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    Low flying variant of cho albatross, is cho dragon. hunted and in turn hunting carrier wesper.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)00:14 No.18851564
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    damn. last image of wesper was in edit stage when uploaded. tragic. this one is the newest incarnation. The Wesper carrier has has evolved to match its hated foe the Cho dragon, gaining enhanced maneuverability and a stronger radio antenna (head spike). The entire creature has undergone significant structural manipulation to endure brief bursts of "terminal burn" that enables them to reach the same height as the albatross cho, if only for a moment. This enables them to eat some of the energy dense flammable seed pods, on rare occasion they will even make a pass at the albatross cho themselves, but it never works out. At that height The moisture on their bodies crystalizes, breaks off and tends to linger in low orbit. Moments later the wesper begin their low orbit re-entry, their enhanced bodies can withstand the brutal forces put on their bodies as they dive at hypersonic speeds to attack the low flying larger cousins of the cho albatross, the dragon. While fast, they are not maneuverable, and meet their demise as frequently as they make a successful kill.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)00:28 No.18851745
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    In the meantime, have these size comparisons, I think it's kinda spot on.
    >> Burrahn 04/25/12(Wed)00:37 No.18851839
    Wiki page is probably a good thing to post from now on.

    If it's wanted, I have info for the humble Sandcoral Usmal.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)00:52 No.18852035
    Cool beans :D I wonder where the game will take all of us...
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)00:55 No.18852073
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    the cho dragon (IG can you conjure up a better name) has spent generations battling the giant wesper and its symbiotic horde. Developing high mobility its boneless body is lithe and flexible. It twists in the air, bending and moving in ways that hurt the mind to look at. The underside of it has become highly sticky, it will catch vast parts of the swarm before escaping. On rare occasion the dragon will go after the carrier wesper and latch onto its back. However the process of dissolving the giant creature with its digestive acids takes nearly the life of the two creatures, as they begin a further struggle. The wesper attempting to gorge itself enough to stave off the devouring cho dragon, and the dragon holding on...the dragon will slowly grow roots into the Wesper's body, attempting to subvert the creature's nervous system and feed off of its bodily fluids. However this sadistic relationship goes both ways. The Wesper's high pressure circulatory system can siphon the combustible sap from the dragon, thus gaining a new source of energy. The struggle continues.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)00:59 No.18852114
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)01:02 No.18852153
    gifts...i am making gifts for this world, more pure and true then you can dream of...but so soon, there will be no need to dream.
    >> Lancelot !!lQImMYq2XhV 04/25/12(Wed)01:04 No.18852164
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    Holy hell. I haven't seen any of these since the ocean level, but I HAD to check out the archives when I saw Shai-Hulud. I'm super psyched to see how my babies have grown up! An incredible experiment in memetics.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)01:06 No.18852186
    glad to have you back. stick around, and we need your magic.
    >> Lancelot !!lQImMYq2XhV 04/25/12(Wed)01:15 No.18852291
    At work, no tablet. I'll watch, maybe jump in next round.
    Good lord, you can really see the originals in the current generations. It's absolutely fascinating.
    >> Burrahn 04/25/12(Wed)01:16 No.18852300
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    I feel I should thank you for your contributions. Without them, we would be no SHOGUN GLUND.
    >> Burrahn 04/25/12(Wed)01:17 No.18852316
    Holy crap I messed that up. Change "no" to "without."
    Note to self, when changing one word, make sure the rest of the sentence matches it.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)01:24 No.18852377
    Thats actually the reason I find this game fascinating. You can see the Fuz in all of its descendants, and the worems have come so far.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)01:34 No.18852497
    Come to think of it, here's the tribal-ready species, and their primordial ancestors:
    Frowgman: Worem
    Hoppa: Fus
    Lem: LemUy
    Mevola: primordial sea moss (which spawned Evola)
    Glud: Worem
    Vyrii: local macrovirus which infects Lem
    Gorrirog: Worem
    Suzumou: Sluck
    Tentouz: Fus

    So we have 3 Worem descendants, 2 Fus descendants and 1 Sluck descendant. Damn, the Worem are prominent in this world!
    >> Lancelot !!lQImMYq2XhV 04/25/12(Wed)01:40 No.18852560
    Don't forget that the Suzumou and Sand Worms are symbiotes. Since the Sand Worms are the central part of Suzumou culture, I think that counts as another Worem at the tribal level!
    >> Burrahn 04/25/12(Wed)01:49 No.18852639
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    I've been looking back at some other games which ran in the past, and this one has some of the biggest changes from the starting species. I can't even recognize the descendents of the Sluck.
    I do miss working with the hive from Aether's first games.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)01:52 No.18852662
    I remember going through the archives and watching the weird shrimp dudes turning into reapers.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)01:59 No.18852725
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    That would be the fryc from the island game.
    I hope Aether is still around here to find this thread.
    >Taking up my old name again.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)02:08 No.18852796

    You are quite correct.
    The sandworms are quite intelligent actually, and they have a great influence over the Suzumou who worship them, influence, which they use to further their own agendas.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)02:15 No.18852855
    Hey IG are the nightmare sentients from the abyss ever going to emerge?
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)02:16 No.18852870
    the kruelb are hardcore evil. there is no doubt, the other ones..whos names i forget, they are arguably less evil. perhaps upsettingly mysterious would be better.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)02:19 No.18852887
    Sentient evil is still sentient. Also Vyrii are evil too, just thought it'd be interesting to have more enemies/threats for tribals to deal with.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)02:20 No.18852894
    oh yeah, almost forgot about those two... I'll make them available to develop in an underwater tribal game. I'd have to sort out the lineage, though.
    Like the Bords of the tundra, I can't fathom which primordial creature it came from.
    ...Maybe we can resolve that in this thread! Devise a potential Bord from the primordial creatures! Or plants, even!
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)02:23 No.18852920
    The tundra was kind of run without you. The plants/animals were just popped out by NG. One of them was an ugly fat bird. Which evolved into a dead end ugly fat two headed bird.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)02:37 No.18853050
    Only the worem developed into invertebrates as they appear in the real world as Frowg.
    The Fluz and Ramel are much easier to make assumptions for.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)02:41 No.18853089
    IG, i want to know something. now would be the time to tell me to not meddle in your creations as anything but a player, because as it stands now, ive added to your world with some of my own strokes, in semi unchangeable ways (black dawn, tundra/ abyss, and evo events with the tables) and that always concerned me weather you liked it and stayed silent, or did not like it and stayed silent. Ive always been slightly concerned, and even though this is just a game over forums on the internet, it is still someone eases..what i try to state is hard to quantify. i guess "This is your baby, are you ok that i keep drawing mustaches on your child?"
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)02:42 No.18853092
    Wait what? I was just saying that the original creatures of the tundra have almost no relation to the sea borne creatures we currently have.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)02:49 No.18853149
    I wasn't saying the necessarily weren't. Bord and others could very well have crossed some sort of land-bridge eons ago, like we humans did to get to the Americas, or there could be missing links from the existing creatures. IG was talking about figuring such things out in this thread, after all.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)02:49 No.18853152
    Well, some of them I initially didn't like, but it ended up good, so it's all OK.

    Here's to hypothetical evolution of your starter creatures:
    Pocket Ocean/Abyss:
    Ykexry - Sluck
    Hem'Fur - Sluck
    Glub - Sluck
    Crub - Sluck
    Skrimp - Worem or Sluck
    Seekeed - moss
    Kwenom - Worem or Sluck

    Mash - Worem
    Sull - Worem
    Bord - ???
    Rasig - Evola or moss

    It's just the Bord that gets me. What could it be descended from?
    >> unrelated nongent 04/25/12(Wed)02:51 No.18853163
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    i need another art guy to help me out here. i am running into massive issues with the attempt to merge the almost machine like hard angled wesper carrier with the delicate organic Cho Dragon...its a bitch.

    What i was going for is if you can imagine the cho dragon being split in half then the top of it being stretched over the wesper, but looking like it was fused on in a disolved fashion. then the cho's wings would cover and extend past the wespers. ive spent like 5 hours trying at it, and unsatisfied with it all. i leave this in the air for a more imaginative creator. if you zoom out on pic attached you can see what i was toying with.
    >> unrelated part two. nongent 04/25/12(Wed)02:54 No.18853192
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    and here is some more reference on another take of it. basically the creature was going to be synergistic hybrid of the two creatures. the flammable sap "blood" of the cho going into the wesper, and the wesper's feeding supplying them both. the sap would allow it to jet around more often, and the overall plat like nature would mean it would "Grow" its drones, instead of hosting a hive inside itself. then drones would also gain the burning/ explosive trait of the seed pods. (Explosive missiles.). feel free to adopt the bastard child.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)02:57 No.18853208
    bord could quite possibly be an offshoot of the early lem'uy (Fat and helpless). its biology was never discussed in-depth. actually that could be said for any freaks of your world that just dont fit. there were a fuck ton of lem spores before black dawn fried the planet.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)02:57 No.18853209
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    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)02:57 No.18853214
    You're a monster! A MONSTER!
    >> Nad'lun 04/25/12(Wed)03:01 No.18853241
    This MUST be cannon.
    I actually laughed out loud when I saw that.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)03:04 No.18853256
    I'm actually ok with this. Though you can rekajigger it to something more logical. But I mean why not xD (failed human terraforming)
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)03:04 No.18853260
    doooo hohohohoho!
    Maybe I'll just leave it for future in-world scientists to debate and argue upon. They could be teleported from somewhere else... somewhere else such as from Aether's evo games.
    Do you remember the vampire birds?
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)03:04 No.18853261
    Oh man...that made me laugh in real life. and for that you will pay. eh. as it stands now bord are like those fucking kobold early evolves from the desert.

    A big thing with me is i like to take something, crank it up to implausible, or even ridiculous, then bring it back down to earth, make it so endearing, and then destroy it. This cant be helped. look at the lem. they were pure bro. built the plant up, totally unintentionally, everything thrived for it. then. fuck. boom. Oh, quick question IG, the shadow demon that the lem first saw way back when which drove them on their mad quest for military power. Was that intended to be the viri or like a trickster spirit, or is it yet to come. Make no mistakes, the lem will murder those cast offs, i just wonder if the worst is yet to come, or if the irony is that they will become the destroyers they fought so hard to stop. ((just as planned.jpg.))
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)03:08 No.18853268
    The stupid things probably bordled around the tundra for a while. I can imagine them only making the sound bordle while waddling around.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)03:13 No.18853311
    You're talkin' to the guy who first gave them knives.

    I'm glad you all like the picture. It only opens up more questions, such as how the hell did these dopey little things become capable of interplanetary travel?
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)03:13 No.18853313
    ah..my babies..so sad. so dumb. "bordle! bordle!" they are almost as bad as the Fluz. almost. i was pretty sleep deprived the night the tundra began. You know, at the time i was like "man. tundra is unforgiving, abyss is gonna be worse" and ya know what? it was. and thank fuck. if not for those extinction events every one of those fuckers was gonna grow up to be like the things that roam the desert. Blagh! WHY BORD WHY!?!!! i am really bummed that the skrimp, and that eel thing from the abyss went under. they were magnificent.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)03:16 No.18853335
    My thoughts. Generation ships, the bords got so used to being taken care of by AIs that they devolved. Think Wall-E but finished through.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)03:17 No.18853341
    The moment when things were extinguished was quite sad.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)03:19 No.18853355
    Well, we are at /tg/, the only board that has nightmare fuel factories (since /x/ got overrun). What do you expect?

    Well, the Vyrii were developed after the nightmare spirit showed up, right? I had no plans whatsoever regarding the nightmare spirit's threat.
    As for the Lem being the thing they despise... we'll see. We'll see.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)03:41 No.18853502
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    It'll be interesting to see the excavation.

    Only in their current state. Their precursors, the Vyriped, were introduced near the end of the tundra thread.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)03:45 No.18853531
    you have been here a while....perhaps since the dawn of /tg/ are you as I am? a relic, walking the internet, dust falling from between your joints, worn and ancient?
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)04:11 No.18853747
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    One last picture before I turn in for the night.
    I had better see some Cruelb Couriers in the next tribal game.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)04:12 No.18853760
    Well I'm not quite that old, but yeah, I've seen the better days of our paranormal brethren.
    One day I'll dredge up the foolz archive, catalog every creature and plant from the beginning, chart their lineages. And then we'll see the true depth of evolution games.
    Who knows, maybe it'll be good for an RPG setting?
    >> Nad'lun 04/25/12(Wed)04:29 No.18853932

    Well, the player races would certainly be quite unique.

    >Electric four armed frogmen.
    >Intelligent mobile plants.
    >Telepathic dinosquids.
    >Heavily armored electric ...dudes. I don't quite know how to classify the Gorrirogs.
    >Single celled blob people with genetic memory.
    >Sandworm worshipping parasitic wasps.
    >Intelligent balloon people.

    Hell, I might weven play it!
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)04:38 No.18854000
    Totally. especially because it wouldnt be set in the tribal era. no sir. it would be dystopia cyberpunk era. The Enclave is falling apart, corperations lead by the sandworms are rising in power, the Frowg and Lem are a corrupt police force. good times...super good times.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)04:42 No.18854035
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    I actually had a link to every single foolz archive. But then I saw the sup/tg/ archive and deleted the links, before realizing the sup/tg/ archives don't have all the pictures T-T

    Also Ambush Usmal become more lithe and feral. Their cloaking tactics have become more elaborate, and their mindsets are similar to wolves. That can turn invisible. That have wolverine style claws. And thermal vision. Yea
    >> Nad'lun 04/25/12(Wed)04:58 No.18854158
    Na'suul drug cartels and pirates, Nad'lun memory thieves, psychich ninja land octopusses with cyberblades, creepy assasin bugs who serve their sandworm masters with religious fevor. Weaponized super houyi breeds with armor penetrating supersonic spines rampaging through the lands...

    My god...It's glorious....
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)05:01 No.18854177
    if we had just kept in the tribal stage....it would have been glorious. the Onolkeshan were so close to inventing electricity. from there? Space combat. but thats ok...its cool. i see lots of room for the Enclave to grow. The city is mostly empty as it stands now, and has room to grow. ya know.,..Enclave capital city never got a name.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)05:20 No.18854245
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    Hohoho. Calm yer tits, we haven't got to that part yet! The tribal/civ part of the game only got to the Metal Age, and that's only on one continent. Of 4 continents we've only finished the second one's evolution stage, there's still 2 more to go... as well as stuff from the oceans.

    Anyways, have an updated tribal size comparison chart. Seek're are HUGE.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)05:31 No.18854291
    indo, i dont mean ta complain, but the Lem are actually taller then the frowg by about a head. tall/lankey/horribly strong.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)05:37 No.18854317
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    Ah yeah, I always forgot to fix their scale. Here they are, also fixed Gorrirog's scale because they were based on the Lem's size initially.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)05:39 No.18854328
    super sweet. they are pretty fucking awesome man.
    >> Nad'lun 04/25/12(Wed)05:41 No.18854335

    One should also remember that the sentient hoppa in that picture isn't as tall as it could be. The hppas have actually quite long and muscular 4 jointed legs, which allow the hoppas both to move and jump fast and far, and when completely straightened make them quite tall.

    The picture does present their normal stance accurately however.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)05:46 No.18854360
    ..but a race is missing from the picture. shoglund is not represented! though i guess that he would be the background then if he is there, and that perhaps that white is just a tiny tiny part of his magnificent shell.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)05:52 No.18854399
    Shoglund has transcended sentience. He said hecan do anything, so he became a grand inside joke. That is just how awesome Shogun Glund is.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)06:07 No.18854478
    Very well put, sir.
    Will we be seeing the new thread soon by chance?
    >> Nad'lun 04/25/12(Wed)06:10 No.18854495

    A note on the Houyi.
    The original smart ones are actually the biggest ones of them.
    They are also all quite intelligent creatures, except for the small green ones. I could retouch them a little, so they don't look as much like hydralisks, if it bothers people, when I get home that is.

    Think of these things as dolphin like predatory beasts. They are not tribes, but intelligence wise, they are almost equal.
    They could work as more dangerous creatures that roam the land.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)06:19 No.18854557
    With both types, walkers, and crawlers (slitherers) i think it would be a cool dynamic if they didnt prey on each other...(too much) some sort of loosely organized horde of creatures raiding, terrorizing. so on and so on.Though if one of them, just one, was able to talk enough to make it tribal...that would be my race.
    >> Nad'lun 04/25/12(Wed)06:32 No.18854636
    They could work like the Vyrii, but in the desert. Non tool using intelligent beasts. But their motivations shouldn't be the same, nor should they be as unified.
    Their boy structure doesn,t support tool use, nor do they have evolutionary pressure for developing tools.

    I would be ok if they worked as multiple loosely organized raiding hordes, with no overarching goal, occasionally fighting against the tribes, each other and the blade runner swarms, which are like giant predatory locusts.

    They Houyi could sometimes use their relative species to their advantage, but it shouldn't be very common imho, as they aren't actually any sort of a hivemind.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)06:41 No.18854684
    Oh man, I really imagined gorrirogs would be bigger
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)07:03 No.18854817
    >the wesper's feeding supplying them both.
    so its almost a reverse of the Titandonis then?
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)07:14 No.18854862
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    Whaaat. My Quadbutt demands explanation why it's not qualified to be amongst the lesser butts.
    >> nongent 04/25/12(Wed)07:16 No.18854871
    bingo. the wesper feeds the cho. the cho feeds the wesper the sap. the sap is a more pure fuel then burning food or its own blood (remember, the jet wespers have caustic, oxidizing, flammable blood, they use it for short dashes, or when an elder is in their final days, they can preform a terminal burn and crash into a prey creature to secure food for the swarm.) This symbiosis also allows the wesper to reach new altitutdes. Over time the merger/ infection/ war becomes more complete and the lines between the two species begins to blur.
    if no one touches them in the next 20 hours ill try to give em another go. just not feelin it.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)07:32 No.18854973
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    Did that thing evolve from the slimeworem?
    >pic related, may be epochs out of date
    >> Nad'lun 04/25/12(Wed)07:35 No.18854986

    I can try to give the wespar-cho creature a go when I get home shortly.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)07:39 No.18855014
    Well, they're socially fit enough, probably just needs one or two more evolution towards tool use/intelligence.

    Maybe in a dozen or so hours. Map's almost done, just need to figure out their racial abilities and shiznits.
    And also dredging stuff to put in the 1d4 page. Foolz archive is very neat eh?
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)07:48 No.18855065
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    Not sure. they evolved from usmals and those are descendants of land flatworems.


    I'll do something about that later. I must now go to visit family member to hospital and it might take some time.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)07:57 No.18855116
    The spice must flow.
    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)08:07 No.18855174
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    >implying you have seen the last of the glub.
    >> Burrahn 04/25/12(Wed)09:37 No.18855581
    You know, there's something very familiar for the Tentaflouz on the chart.
    >> Burrahn 04/25/12(Wed)09:38 No.18855584
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    Whatever could it be?
    >forgot pic
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)09:49 No.18855639
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    Here is the work in progress pic.
    If you notice this non gent, please inform me if I am going to the right direction.

    Oh, and for now, on I will use the moniker Nad, for clarity, as if I direct other tribe than Nad'lun, shit would get confusing.
    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)10:15 No.18855755
    what the hell is going on here

    the bastard child of a bug and a plant?
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)10:18 No.18855769

    NG decided to merge dragon cho and carrier wespars together, but was unable to draw it.
    I took up the task.
    Prepare your anus.
    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)10:19 No.18855785
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    how does it work
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)10:22 No.18855801
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    Hell if I know.
    Ask ng.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)10:28 No.18855855
    bug part eats prey, passes nutrients onto plant. Plant gives it jet fuel for its organic jet engines in exchange. Supplemented by photosynthesis too.
    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)10:33 No.18855877
    no but how did this happen in the first place.
    This seems like the strangest evolutionary step.

    maybe im just sleepy, hell if I know.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)10:33 No.18855879
    double parasitism turns into symbiosis and such.
    And we already had the land version in the form of Titandonis.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)10:33 No.18855882
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    Aaaand it's ready!
    Ignore the filename.
    These obviously aren't wesks.
    Ng, can modify this further if he so desires, off course.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)10:38 No.18855913
    Regarding the Houyi, aka wannabe hydralisks, do people really feel that they should be altered to look somewhat different?

    Because I have hard time of coming up with an reason, or even alterations for them right now.
    I hadn't planned on making them a hydralisk reference from the beginning you know. It just, sort of happened. Many of the traits that they have are present in their ancestors and other related species as well. The only thing I really did was adding blade arms and a snakelike tail.

    So in short, I can't figure out how to make them not look like hydralisks.
    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)10:45 No.18855940
    I think it's fine. I also thought the 'become a hydralisk' thing was kind of spur of the moment, and the evolution makes sense so there is no need to change.

    well imo
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)10:48 No.18855949
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    I don't mind them looking like hydralisks. If they change, wait until there's an opportunity for the change to make sense.

    On an mostly unrelated note, I feel like sharing Keramon was the inspiration for the Tentaflouz.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)10:49 No.18855958

    That is how I feel it too.
    It wasn't my long term plan to make them hydralisks.
    I got the idea for them to go after the jet wespars when IG called the running devils organic anti air guns.
    When I started drawing the thing, I realized that they didn't have necks. Thus, the only thing I could come up with was the tail stabilization thing, and it kinda went on from there.

    I didn't even roll that 6 for the devils, which gave them their sand spike launchers.
    >> Links galore! NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)12:16 No.18856481
    Gathering all of the threads in order for easy reference. Linking Foolz archive for where suptg didn't save the pictures.

    1. Primordial Ocean

    2. Primordial Land part 1

    3. Primordial Land part 2

    4. Islands Archipelago

    5. Tundra part 1

    6. Tundra part 2

    7. Ancient Abyss

    8. Ancient Desert part 1

    9. Ancient Desert part 2

    10. Ancient Desert part 3

    1. Western Continent part 1

    2. Western Continent part 2

    3. Western Continent part 3

    4. Western Continent part 4
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)12:17 No.18856502
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    You. I like you.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)12:19 No.18856518
    My inspiration for the tentaflouz was to create flying jellyfish that wanted to firebomb things. Its too bad they can't deal all that well with Aigaion Wespar Cruisers.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)12:20 No.18856525
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    You sir, are a scholar and a gentleman.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)12:28 No.18856579
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    Just felt that this would be useful, along with also bumping the thread.

    By the way, this is Burrahn for those who don't know.

    It was what inspired the early appearance for me. You developed them further.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)12:46 No.18856694
    Oh yeaaaa I can see that. The new forms are tentacle monsters ._.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)12:58 No.18856794
    Does anyone think it's a good idea to makes notes of named characters?
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)13:01 No.18856821
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    The great sandworms are the focusing point of the whole Suzumou existence. The worms are their homes, mothers, providers and gods.
    In exchange, the Suzumou only hunt for the ancient gods. To them this is worship.
    The worms have far more deeper influence on the suzumou than the sentient wespars even realize.

    The worms know the thoughts and memories of the suzumou. They absorb them to their wast consciousness when the suzumou connect to the worm's wast nervous system.
    One worm may have the collective memories of hundreds of suzumou stored within their minds.

    They also implant thoughts and desires to their little worshipers, during these neural connections. This allows the worm a limited control over the suzumou.

    However, the true power of the worms over the suzumou comes in form of the worm born. These suzumou have been infused with the will and memories of the god-worm itself, as well as otherwise altered during their larval stage within the worm's flesh. They work as living tools and avatars for the worms. With them, they attempt to further their agendas. They aren't actually controlled by the worms, but they have been implanted with the desires of the worm, and they are unlikely to rebel against them.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)13:02 No.18856826

    The worm-seers are the most common of these worm born. They keep the suzumou swarms focused on the tasks and plans at hand, while also work as a link between the worm and the suzumou. They worms speak their will through the seers.

    There are other, rarer worm born as well, usually they are created for a specific purpose. For example the Praetorians are warriors, that the worm sends against it's competitors, the other god worms.

    Unlike the normal suzumou, who are fed to the god worms when they die, the worm born are absorbed back to the wormflesh when they grow old. Their mind and memories are reclaimed and stored by the worm. This way, the worm may learn their experiences, and if need arises, re-create them.

    The suzumou are wholly unaware of the ways how their gods play with their fates. They revere the worm born just as they revere the Hazuvaat, the great gods of the desert. The worms are their homes, and they are their guardians. As it has always been.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)13:08 No.18856885
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    Firdog needs more love.

    Due to their pack mentality and newly-developed acid-assisted digestion, the firdogs take to scavenging.
    Their methods are very aggressive, following predators' hunts and spitting on the kill; the lump on the back of their heads grows to a sharp horn to discourage retaliation from angry predators.

    Perhaps a tribal race could domesticate them?
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)13:09 No.18856891
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    Might as well.
    Playing with just a generic mob of people will get boring.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)13:18 No.18856985
    The ones I remember are N'olai, An'ua, Fwill (descended), and Lenarus.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)13:22 No.18857021

    I think that is actually how many there have been.
    Falc had the two named politicians, one of which died in the goddamn cursed mountain Kunuba, but I can't remember their names.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)13:32 No.18857122
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    Fuck everyone else in the skies, we are CHO AIGAION
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)13:40 No.18857200
    We'll just have to ask him when he gets back.
    For N'olai, Fwill, and Lenarus, their tales of badassery shall endure the tests of time.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)13:43 No.18857230
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    For no good reason, the firdog develop leopard-like spots on their bodies; no 2 firdog share the same pattern and they use it as a means to identify one another.

    Also, they communicate orders when following a hunt with a series of barks, whines and whistles.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)13:46 No.18857252
    What do you mean no good reason? It could be camouflage for whatever biome they live in.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)13:53 No.18857303

    No good reason as in I started drawing them on before I thought of a reason why; considering I ended up with a reason by the time I got to posting.
    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)13:54 No.18857324
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    Kahleel and Jogda
    Kahleel died horribly and also a silly Lem who chased him.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)14:05 No.18857441

    Yeah, those were some really bad rolls.
    I wonder if there will be something similar to Kunaba on the central continent.
    The desert itself should qualify enough though.

    Hopefully, the map IG makes will contain plenty of variety. The obsidian fields, oases, mountains, arid wastes around the desert, and the plains beyond it.
    The desert should always be hard to cross, as it is teeming with horrible beasts. Sandworms, organic jet fighters who see everything, swarms of blade armed bugs, etc...
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:05 No.18857442
    Firdogs are like the Bord. They have no genetic ancestors. At least not obviously.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)14:07 No.18857469

    Burrogs could qualify.
    The worem descendants are the only creatures witch have developed an internal skeleton on this world.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:08 No.18857478
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    Yeah, that works.

    Sexual dimorphism, GO!
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)14:09 No.18857490

    Or not, cause I just remembered that I had drawn a picture of the tribal hoppa "skeleton".

    I meant that worem descendants are the only creatures who resemble creatures with vertebrae.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:12 No.18857518
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    I'm up for evolving the pusmal a little with permission from >>18855065,but I need to retcon them a bit starting from the volcanic event to make the bioengineering aspect make even remotely sense.
    >> compliments Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:18 No.18857592
    that is perfect. it is all the nightmares and terror rolled up so perfectly, and beautifully. you name this. i may have thought of this thing, but you gave it life, and unless you dont want it, i think this thing needs your story now.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)14:22 No.18857632
    I kinda like this:

    I suck at coming up with names, so I don't think that I would do it justice. Cho Aigaion sound neat to me.

    That thing was your idea, I just drew it. Feel free to modify it from now on.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:34 No.18857763
    Hazardous gases from the volcanic bowels of the earth filled the tunnels of the pusmals. Most of the tunnels were saved from the magma, but the queen was not saved from the mutagenic hazard.
    Life went on as new tunnels were made, but the effects of the accident started to surface. The queen gave birth to all sorts of mutants. Some had an extra pair of arms. Some developed difficult metabolic diseases. Some had hardened claws while some didn't even live through birth.
    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)14:36 No.18857777
    Oh yes, for anyone interested, both Kahleel and Jogda were descendants of Fwill, however the families are about 7 symbols removed from each other.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:37 No.18857794
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    i am become death, destroyer of worlds. you shall be my chariot.
    Hey IG, bord in the desert? bad idea, or best idea?
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:50 No.18857919
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    Impossible! The crash coordinates clearly indicate that the ship made emergency landing in the polar regions! Bord bord!
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)14:52 No.18857934
    I want know if my little joke picture actually is cannon now. If so, we need to reach the space age and find the Bord homeworld.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)14:57 No.18857966
    Up till now, the continued development of the species was based on feeding of the queen: strong children eat more, create nutritious substance in their stomach and feed it to the immobile queen like birds. The nutritious substance also contains cells from the feeder, which would cause the queen to give birth to strong offspring in proportion to what kind of individuals got to feed her.
    Not all mutants were complete defects however. Good diggers, especially those with either hardened claws or more arms to dig with, were succesful and fed the queen. Luckily, the old mechanism wasn’t broken, and an increase of succesful mutants was observed in the population. Successive generations of queens retained the unstable form of offspring production based on accelerated alternative splicing in their reproductive organs. It was proved to be a beneficial trait after all: the boon the successive mutants brought to the population offset the energy loss from defective mutants.

    I hope I'm not too fast here, I need to bring them up to date after all. Drawfagging incoming in a bit...
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)15:01 No.18858003
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    >-Kzzrt- Bord bor bordle bordle. Bordle bor. Bor bordle bor bor! -Beep!-
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)15:17 No.18858155
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    Yes the glorious bord homeworld!
    Bord bordle bord!
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)15:38 No.18858350
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    >> Falc 04/25/12(Wed)15:39 No.18858361
    don't overuse the joke
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)15:41 No.18858375
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)15:42 No.18858395
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    And here we have an idyllized pusmal society. Couldn't put defect mutants in the same picture with the uguu queen.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)16:31 No.18858975
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    Time marched on. Many new traits came and went, and useful ones stayed. A strain with increased intellect capable of limited speech emerged at some point of time; these individuals acted mainly as foremen of tunnel construction with the help of specialised diggers. They also led small expeditions of agile pusmal to the surface. Their increased intellect proved vital in evading the horrors of the surface; stray pusmal were quickly introduced to various types of teeth.
    A few million years of tricking sandworms, building traps for surface creatures and hiding from accidentally trapped angry hyoui showed some results. At some point, the foremen realised they could control the pusmal population structure by selecting which types of pusmal could feed the queen. Surface parties ran right into a pack of blade runners? Increase rations for remaining scouts. Need a tunnel to a newly discovered oasis cho root system? More food for clawers and handy guys.
    The queen continued to produce unfit offspring among the fit ones, and the variation in their traits was immense. If only those useless defects could be made useful and recombine their traits into more fit individuals...
    So, here we go, ready for tribal stage. Tool usage and research will be based on "breeding techniques", mostly by managing who gets to feed the queen. The constant supply of random mutants, unfit or not, can be used as material for breeding new traits for specialised subtypes. It may be a bit rushed since I had to bring them up to date in this late phase, so I'd like some input here.
    >> Nad 04/25/12(Wed)16:36 No.18859032

    Sounds OK to me.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)16:49 No.18859190
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    Here's an evolution chart and the main subtypes pre-tribal stage with some diseased ones thrown in, courtesy of the previous pusmal evolver.

    It's nice to know I didn't write useless junk when I could have used the time on a paper instead...
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)16:55 No.18859268
    I take it the last two are examples of the numerous birth defects. Is this correct?
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)16:57 No.18859294
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    I did a species chart for the Ambush Usmal so every body can see where there at. It was also never addressed if they lay eggs or have live young. Any ideas what to do about that
    >>18858975 hard to believe these things are related.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)17:03 No.18859370
    That's right. The brown one is a scout with slightly longer legs, brown color for some camo and a fin for better heat dissipation. Sure he doesn't look that fast but breeding research will fix that. And with bad rolls, we can get some hilarious results from failed recombination experiment. Or a raging hulk.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)17:48 No.18860036
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    A update on Social Burrogs. They'll be forever kobold style tribals. Smaller than a suzumou and only about as smart as the stupidest Houyi.

    I don't mind random things, and they're canon anyways. Just not too smart. Some of their biggest accomplishments, eaten by sand devils many. many. times.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)17:54 No.18860125
    firdogs (male and female) gain larger mouths.
    Increased spitting accuracy/range and biting ability!
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)17:55 No.18860148
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    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)18:26 No.18860558
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    The firdogs make use of their enhanced attacking ability to step up their scavenging, occasionally challenging hunting predators at the last minute for the prey.

    Males grow a mane to aid their intimidation by bristling their manes, brandishing their horns and barking fiercely; leaving the females to deal with the carcass and feed their pups.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)18:35 No.18860657

    this somehow reminds me of the GiantHummels and the bassatrits from the Moon Evo game.

    somewhat more refined though in the drawing.

    I see the ptera trits are also reincarnated.

    what about the soggoth hummels and the photo hummels?
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)19:15 No.18861160
    Go the egg-laying mammal-like-thing route for a little while.

    I have one of these for the sandcoral usmal. Is one for such a primitive species even worth posting?
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)19:21 No.18861247

    This is like a semi-canon, brainstorming thread so go for it.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)19:28 No.18861328
    They're not really ptrea-trits. Evolutionary backgrounds are way different. Also the hummels never had things worshiping them. They just had things that burrowed into them.
    >> NO TRIP FOR THE HIVE 04/25/12(Wed)19:29 No.18861348
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    It's just laying out the facts about the smallest, most preyed upon creature in the desert. Forgot to mention on the chart, they actually leave their structures to graze at night.
    >> Tony stark. 04/25/12(Wed)19:48 No.18861615
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    As the mane becomes a trait for intimidations, it also becomes a trait for mating in within the species, this making the males of the species become more competitive with other males, they start to fight each other during the mating season, developing a hardened protuberance in their skull, they using to impact with each other while fighting, females also inherit this trait, and some of the males horns become twisted, used as well to fight other males over the females,
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)20:03 No.18861808
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    The ambush Usmal lay leathery eggs one at a time. These eggs are cared for by the pack, the pack also assists the parents the raise young. The young stay with the pack until there mature then they either leave to form a new pack or stay with there old pack. If any one wants to draw a young one go for it.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)21:55 No.18863218
    Allrighty, I'll put them up on the tribal creatures list, with the Koburrogs. I've also finished the tribal locations map, almost forgot about the obsidian fields.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)22:04 No.18863331
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    Here's the tribal comparison pics. I'll put up the new thread soon.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)22:19 No.18863539
    sweet! cant wait!
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)22:37 No.18863802
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    The Sand Devil, aka Devil Houzi has evolved its external mandibles into grasping arms. all the better for grabbing Social Burrogs's children in the dead of the night. the claws are all 4 opposable thumbs. enjoy.
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)22:39 No.18863830
    oh jesus what the fuck
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)22:44 No.18863890
    One question though, what does a tribe of Suzumou do when their Worm dies of age?
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)22:46 No.18863922
    >> Anonymous 04/25/12(Wed)22:49 No.18863981
    if anyone thinks thats a viable incorperation into the hydralisk beasts there it is. A quick and dirty upgrade, but could grow into massive horrific arms over time eh?
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/25/12(Wed)23:06 No.18864261

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