Picking up where the last thread left off: >>46237752Newcomers always welcome.Basic rules:• Open an image of a species in MS Paint, or your editor of choice• Make one evolutionary change to that species. Please use pencil or binary tools.• Save as .PNG!• Post your new species in the thread with a description of the change you've made.• Adding size increments or new names is optional, but would be appreciated.>Starting the thread off with an event. To the north-east, a meteor impacts the mainland. Here, life is unaffected by that lump of space rock directly. However, it did carry with it the spores of an extraterrestrial life form. Over hundreds of thousands to millions of years, the levels of atmospheric oxygen will slowly increase from the activity of this alien creature. Fires will burn more intensely, and the weather becomes slightly stormier.Some sort of photosynthetic space blob called Lem'Uy. Unfortunately, they're highly sensitive to salinity, so they can't survive here with all of the salt water.Chart coming up.
Regarding generation numbers:These should show how far from the original baseline an organism is, and make things easier to find with these charts, so please don't reset the count with new names.
>>46266284As a result of sexual-selection, the coloration on the male land-kerub becomes brighter.
>>46275960The Neckos are so physically weak that they cannot overcome their natural buoyancy and now float on the surface, their heads bobbing up and down in the waves. this is of no major loss to them, as their food is also here. The hardened protrusion on their head shades them from the sun and protects against dehydration. They will periodically splash water onto it in an odd "tipping" gesture.
>>46245165In response to the increase in oxygen, the glittering Kerubs become significantly larger, moving to rocky, algae filled, caves and shallows to support their increased food needs. Their pincers become longer and gain greater articulation to make the navigation of small crags easier.
>>46275960The helkreubs limbs become longer as they now scuttle over the crowded floor of the sea, wth the numerous kreub sub species often in their way.
>>46275898This thread.It just reminds me of this.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njYB2meovaw
>>46276099In response to the inability to hide from predators caused by their brighter coloration, land-kerubs begin to clip off pieces of fire-hrass and and stick them between their back protrusions.
>>46276830Some kerubs also mutate tri-pronged claws, that can be used to grab things.
>>46275960the big headed helkreub becomes the Rekreeb. known for its horrible scream, it is now semi mobile on land. Its small upper claws can be used to slap competitors and potentially poke out eyes.
>>46276633The rock-kerub develops an extra limb joint for added dexterity.
>>46276882Here, you used the wrong model, but I fixed it for you!
>>46276959A crude bifurcated claw allows the Rekreeb to grasp items. A peculiar behavior results in the land dwelling kreeb to "peck" to death smaller kreebs, and wear their shells as a disguise. To the poor eyesight of a kreeb it is passable and enables them to exercise their newly carnivorous behavior.Somewhere, deep in it's mind, the Rekreeb plans to make primordial great again.
>>46277480Don't forget your gen numbers friend!It makes OP's life easier
>>46276959Fucking normie crabs get out REEEEE
Faced with the conundrum of being water surface-bound, unable to venture onto land, yet too fragile to brave the depths they once called home, the Jalanor are forced to undergo a drastic evolution to continue feeding on the herbivorous diet they demand.Their back legs lengthen and thicken slightly, allowing them a wider stance to stabilize them on the surface of the water. Their middle limbs have fibrous extensions of their chitinous claws that dangle into the water below. Their mouths, once proboscis to pierce and drain the plants of the sea, have evolved to become more dexterous, allowing the Jalanor to bring up their green-covered tendrils and give them a good combing over before dipping them back in the water for another three or four days of soaking.A Jalanor is content to spend their days drifting, travelling in groups as large as 30 as the wind and waves takes them where they please. It's a good thing too, as their meager diet of algae covered 'hair' does not lend to explosive bouts of movement.For now, only safety in numbers can combat the risks of Predators
>>46277248It's front-most pincers become large and hard, allowing it to carve into the soft pumice on the shoreline, creating safe burrows in which it can hide from predators.
>>46277849The rock-kerub's body becomes thinner as it adapts to its new, tunnel-based, life style.
>>46278193Wait, I made this asymmetrical by accident and it's bugging the shit out of me so here's a fix. Please use this one.
>>46275960Some of the sea-hrass's leaves begin to grow upwards, out of the reach of the neckos (>>46276585)
>>46278268The rockkrube develops a short neck with which to look around corners.
>>46278744It develops further body articulation for greater dexterity within the tunnels.
>>46245595Some Hunter Flouz along the small islands at the end of the chain begin hunting in a different way. They wade out into shallow waters and wait for something to swim or crawl past them, standing still for hours at a time. When something does eventually come by, they immediately wrap their facial tentacles around it. Over time, those tentacles moved to one side of their head to reduce obstruction of vision.
>>46263259In response to the threats posed by their evolving fellows and competition from their own kind, the herbivorous Flouzies have begun to move in small groups of 3-5. They are also growing larger, more rotund bodies. Their forelimbs have shortened and their rear limbs have thickened. The protrusions end of each limb have disappeared on the rear limbs, but on the forelimbs have grown larger and harder into spikes. When faced with rival groups or potential predators the Flouzies group together presenting a united front. They will show off their strength bear rearing up on their back limbs and waving their spiked forelimbs. Anything unintimidated coming too close will be swiped at with the barbed forelimbs.
>>46279258To communicate with each other while in dark tunnels, the krube develop color-shifting bioluminescent ridges.
>46266641As time goes on land neuros develop longer legs to better run down prey as well as a red coloration to their dosal fins for sexual selection.
>>46248740Constantly growing, the elder neckos have become truly gigantic. Their enormous bodies now give home to numerous species. Various species of hrass grow on their silt-covered backs. Carpets of aquola cover the sun-lit top, roo tubuls and shellworems inhabit the bottom. Amphibious neuros and cherubs take shelter in the vegetation.
Anyone want to make a sector? Most projects as of late revolve around Warpstorms, Hua Yuan, Sunken Angels, these guys, Bolts of Hammerwatch, one other thing...Might be cool ?
>>46281597Did you miss the thread you were shooting for?
>>46241735Cluster Roo shells continue to grow atop one another with each generation, building up into towering masses of vertical tubes. This still provides ease in their filter feeding. Other animals (and some plants) make use of their mounds for shelter.They develop more projections along their tentacles for catching edible particles.The roos themselves are tiny, smaller than pictured.>>46281201I think going from a relatively large fish to a living island is a too much of a stretch.
>>46281597Normie get out REEEEE>>46276959
>>46280228Unneeded in the dark, the krube's non-bioluminescent pigmentation fades.
>>46280864Land neuro body has elongated which gave its legs more room to move, making it more agile.
>>46282127The krube's eyes become larger, lower, more light sensitive, and better able to distinguish colors.
Here's another little event before I go to sleep.Just off the southern shore from the easternmost island, hot water begins to shoot upwards from several spots the sea floor. The hot spot beneath the islands has caused the formation of some hydrothermal vents.Map can be seen in the last thread, and vaguely in the OP image.>>46282924It's adorable.I'll get the charts updated in the morning.
>>46262863With the increase of storms and rainfall umidola is no longer dependant on its colony. It starts to move about freely using aerial roots and becomes an active predator using lure and ambush tactics.
>>46282907>>46282924They develop strong mandibles with which to carry food back to their pumice-warrens.
>>46275960In time the Phrass rootleaves mutate to collect rainwater for dry periods.
>>46275960>>46283502The Abyssal Helkreabs have long thrived in the dark, but have recently begun to exploit this new source of energy, feeding off of the filters. Their bodies have long been host to microbial colonies, which often rendered them inedible to most predators. this new filter feeding has change their mouth parts and forelimbs. They will sit at a geyser and greedily scoop in nutrients with their spoon like claws.abbysal helkreabs seem to feel a bit more odd after this most recent event. Its probably nothing.Damn lemuy
These are some creatures that I made but werent able to be posted due to image limit, so I had to resort to imgur in the previous thread On the leftmost, is the evolution of Roo Tubul >>46265792 Since moving tentacles were a huge success for the creature, it began to grow more of them. These tentacles are also now able to slowly photosynthesis on their own, giving it more eating capabilitiesCenter, is the evolution of >>46265605Where the creature now learns about the importance of segmentation, enabling it to move even more freely thanbefore. Its spike also grows more rapidly. This would eventually evolved into >>46280864The last one, the one on the left, is of course the evolution of Mimic Foldworem>>46264673 where it realizes that mimicking something, wont work if you try to imitate some wimp fish. It now have triangle diameter for its body, giving it more speed, and the posture of Aduneros, giving it some more respect.
>>46283972The krube begin to practice communal egg-keeping and young-raising within the warren to protect developing krube from predators. They gain more bioluminescent communication nubs.
>>46284212>gen7What is it derived from? There is no gen 6 helkreub.
>>46275960the ambush nero adapts to stalking its chosen prey, the kreub, wherever it may venture. Strong stubby fins are poor for swimming, but great for taking a stroll along the surf of the beach for a moment or two. Besides, kreeb have never been very fast.
>>46284212>>46284303was supposed to be gen 4. no idea where i pulled 7 from.
>>46284249Correction! Apparently, These are the pictures of Gen 5 Roo TubulGen 12 Land Neuro (Making >>46280864 as Gen 13, which followed by >>46282773 as Gen 14)andGen 4 Mimic FoldworemThis has been a Evo PSA, thank you!
>>46284260Finding fertile ground in the waste matter the krube push out of their warren, an offshoot of fire-hrass ( >>46244047 ) take root at the entrances. In response, the krube develop a nictitating membrane to protect their sensitive eyes from its sting.
>>46282773To increase their ability to climb up and catch Kerubs the land neuros have developed a lengthened neck and a pair of elongated forefingers. They also develop more color on their spinal ridge for reasons of sexual selection.
>>46279318Instead of wrangling them, slowly the Sentinal Flouz decide to spear their prey instead with their 'harpooning' tentacles. Their beak also evolved to be able to rip and tear prey while being held. Its footing tentacles also hardened, making it easier to stand still with less energy>>46264453Some walking cloro develops paralyzing defense mechanism like its cousins. The alarming coloration are its warning to predators. Its also starting to become more complex as an organism, developing more.. organ for example, but not that much>>46265443Cloro Flora spread all over the world by sea currents. These algae like creature tries to find the most suitable arrangement for absorbing sunlight, and managed to do that. However, since each region had different degree of sunlight shining it, then each Cloro Flora develops different coloration to adapt to each of their home's daylight>>46277796Jalanor are tired to become wind's bitch. Since the most successful Jalanors are the ones that got drifted to some sweet spots, they develops some membranes between their hind legs, in order to glide themselves with the wind, slowly mastering them in the process. These gliders can be folded up when not needed, and their mouth are turned once again into a filtering device, gathering up anything eatable while they are pushed by the winds>>46281201Elder Neckos arent that gigantic, but they are big and slowly getting bigger. If they are aiming to become the next living island, then they are going to the right direction, but still far off. So for now, they just get bigger, attract more hitchhikers, their beard and ruggedy chin fused into the likes of its cousin Neetus, and changed its backfin shape to the one that enabled them to move as stable as possible.
>>46285703cont>>46276585Neetus Neckos know that it had fucked up for turning its species into the fish that it is now. So, it just turned its whole physiology to support their new lifestyle, enabling them to float more comfortably. Their mouth get slightly bigger to eat those damned poisonous plants.>>46252752While some of its species pussy out and return to the upper sea, some Neuros stick to the main plan of becoming the abyssal fish. With the new steam vents unfolding in their world, these crreatures flock them, eating other smaller kerubs that came to eat the energy producing microroganisms living near the vents>>46246783Shellworem slowly develops some sticky substance that it use to mend broken Roo shells together to make it a home. Overtime, the sticky stuff become suitable to glued various shells from other deceased animals as well. This enabled Shellworem to become bigger and harder to tackle. They are also slowly becoming more aggressive, and not scared to make new parts of their home by killing other hard bodied animals.
>>46275960Tallhrass stem forms branches, creating a canopy. It now grows as a dense forest, capturing more of the sunlight and casting shadow on the growth underneath.
>>46275960The MoboCloro, unsanctioned by the great creator, ponders it's legitimacy as a species.Do you mind us carrying on the Cloro lines?
>>46283979>>46285833Increased growth of Tallhrass darkens the earth below them and that is problem for Phrass. When the sunlight decreases Phrass is increasingly dependant on chemosynthesis instead of photosynthesis. Watery leaves of phrass gather all sorts of organic matter so phrass evolves to secrete smell that gathers small animals and incects to its leaves. Water in the leaves isn't really effective at digestion but it helps to have something.
>>46286061Well I included it in >>46285703 so lets hope creator keep it.. unless he had a strict no added creature policy
>>46286061I don't really mind the cloros; maybe they could fill a niche as small organisms - algae, plankton, polyps etc. maybe growing into coral, anenomes, algal blooms, jellyfish, parasites etc.? Or into massive mats which support floating islands.
>>46284715The membrane grows to cover the whole eye, affording more protection. Becoming less useful due to the new underground habitat, the eyes shrink.
>>46282773Some Land Neuros a develope a canabalism habit and a bigger tooothed mouth.
>>46277796Looks like a tyranid biotitan
>>46282773Another strain developes shells on their back.
>>46284212Abyssal Helkreubs become more adapted to the thermal vent environment. They grow a row of bristles on their claws. Hind legs flatten, giving a limited ability to swim. Their cell structure starts to change making them resistant to higher temperatures.
Just woke up a little bit ago. Time to make up some charts.Eh, sure. People seem to like it.Some of the vents are also in the shallower waters.
>>46255651The Arboreal Kerub hadmoved its legs to the bottom of its body, enabling it to scuttle much faster than before. On top of that, their mouth also had developed, giving it a clamp like module, that enabled it to eat some leaves while running. The earlier dine and dash in the history of this planet>>46262256While some of its species succumb to the temptation of carnivorism, some Umidolas decided to settle down, and anchor their feet upon the ground, sucking the water from these yellow tendrils. These Umidolas became docile, and thus need another methods to spread their generation. One batch decided to develops some featherweight copy of themselves to be distributed by the winds that is at an all time high due to the rising temperature. Meanwhile, another batch of Umidolas copied the Talhrass methods, and create bulbs of salt and sweetness covering their 'seed'. These bulbs will be eaten by herbivores, which will secretes the remain somewhere else, growing the happiness bulb there.>>46265282Cloro Mega slowly grows a fin like membranes by the edge of their outer ring, enabling them to swim in groupsand evade enemies>>46263456The air bubble beneath their shell eventually transforms into an air channeling tunnel,which when linked to their underwater tendril below, create a jet-like propulsion. They also sharpens one end of their shield, enabling them to cut through wave more easily. With the sea hrass becoming weirder and weirder, these Burst Roo became omnivores, eating whatever they can outrun with their temporary speed bursts
Some of >>46277328 start waiting at the entrances mentioned in >>46284715 under the cover of the thickets of firehrass.Most of >>46285132 start using their forefeet to dig up the main root of the phras.
Really bad at drawing, never done this before, but it seemed cool.Basically an earthworm with a developed sort of mouth, to eat more dirt
>>46288863Some Cannibal Neuros, needing an advantage in hunting their brethren, develop crude grasping talons on their front feet, and begin walking on their knuckles to keep their claws sharp. Their tail also elongates and thickens slightly, to provide better balance.
>>46289350Nearly done with the charts. You guys were busy. I had to split it since Paint cant resize images that large without errors.>>46290728Unwritten rule is no adding new baseline creatures, but anyone else wants, I can dig up a nearly identical worem from the 4 year old thread.
>>46265353Balabala continues the jump craze by developing longer arm, and strengthening their back tentacles to support its whole body (its front jumping tentacles split, and were used as a grasping arm). However, the development of canopy and trees prompts the evolution of Tree Balabala, with its long arms and omnivore diet, suited to live among heights.>>46283979Some Phrass toughen up, and minimize the output for water to vaporize. This means smaller leaves, bigger and harder trunk, and also enabling it bucket-like rootleaves to shut when not needed.>>46282061Cluster Roo continues to pile up upon each others. However, strong tides are bad news for these rigid structures, and thus they creates softer shells, enabling the pile to somewhat move along with the waves.>>46284330Ambush Nero fins are getting stronger and their gills had revert back to external gills, both enabled it to survive in the beach longer. However, its skin needs more time to adapt, and ends up looking very messy.Thus, the species develops weird colored scales in order to combat the heat and moisture loss. Its lower jaw, that used to be able to stretch to eat bigger meal back in sea, now could be inflated to scare the slightly bigger Bahaflouz>>46255232Pointy Land Kerubs somewhat forget where to stop with being pointy, and now, almost their body is covered by it. Thankfully, they are now able to roll themselves into a ball to protect their lives and roll out to safety!>>46244108Some Neros are trapped (again?) in underwater caverns filled with steam vents when the meteor struck the planet and changing the underwater terrain. While the adults dies, some juveniles and childrens continues to breed, resulting in smaller, meek Pinkie Neros who mainly feeds by steam vents microbes and carcasses. Able to crawl through the cracks in the cave, they repopulate the abyssal areas
>>46291177Dude.. you have been working it on Paint the whole time? Respect bruh, but maybe investing in a more complex application would help?and sorry to add your workload with this batch >>46291236been enjoying the thread so far, thanks for hosting it!for this,>>46290728 one, I dont know, the existence of worm like creature is perhaps needed since there had been no mention of compost animals in the planet. Since we already had a worem here, maybe the new one can use Weerm as name, but the old one design, or this new animal being retconnected into a another Gen 2 of Foldworem that had been burying itself in the beaches
>>46291425I have Sai and Gimp, but I find that Paint is the quickest for quick copy-paste jobs like the charts. No need to float selections or stuff like that. Just circle and drag, and right click to resize if needed. And here's that old worem, taken from the original thread. http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/18447772/ for those interestedScooper Worem. Pretty much just a worm with two feathery scoopers by its mouth.Anyone can also make larvae or such for existing creatures.
>>46291596>The OP back then were an Indonesianwanjir, keren pisan. wkwkwkI think nobody have been making larvae since there had been no real reason to do so..Maybe a natural disaster could change that? Like lower survivability rates prompts the offspring to be born not as prepared as before, and need to find supplementary nutrition on their own after hatching 'imperfectly'. Dunno.And also OP, I know it was still early, but what are your favorites evolutionary deviation from the original thread?
First chart up!>>46291236These will go on the next chart update. Not sure if that'll be tonight, or after work tomorrow.
And the second.>>46291752Indonesian Gentleman is still around, although I'm surprised that he hasn't shown up here. Maybe he's just posting as anon?From the original threads, maybe the Fus with stingers? In later threads, Hoppas and Boomers. http://i.imgur.com/5eohzac.jpg
>>46288884The weight of its backshells made competition for prey with the other vampire fish harderas a result the shellfish started adopting more ambush tactics rather than pursuit resulting in reduced backfin spikes as well as more muted colors to reduce its profile its legs also shortened and developed broader claws allowing it to partially dig itself into the ground further reducing its profileits slightly elongated and extending neck, broader mouth and longer fangs allowing it to snatch prey and restrain ita last mutation gives it rudimentary heat-detecting organs along its head and neck allowing detection of prey under worse conditions (first time participating, if I fucked up somehow feel free to ignore)
>>46291843Just take it easy man, and maybe when theres more evo to be put in, since it felt kinda empty in here. Thanks for answering, but what I meant was like, whats your favorite animal here, since these creatures are basically another evolutionary path not taken in the original original timeline. sorry for the confusion, I must have worded that question weirdly.
>>46292094Welcome then, dont be afraid of fuck ups, since your results here is a very logical one, taking cues from reptiles of today's earth.Feel free to tackle other animals, or plants for that matter. Just try and focus about what we already have here, and you'll be fine
>>46292157was thinking I may have added a bit to much changes in a single post, if I went overboard I'll remake it and remove some changes
>>46292103And then I misread. Either the sparkly Kerubs, or the Balabalas since they remind me of pic related. Judging by the style, probably drawn by the same person. Hello Nad.>>46292094Looks just fine to me.
>>46291843I feel like we've all made some kind of generation error, because looking at them, I'd swear the lower gen 13 Neuro actually belongs bewteen the gen 11 Neuro and the current gen 12 one.
>>46292274>>46292328Then I'll make sure to go back and fix that when I get back home later. Every so often I need somebody to catch errors.
>>46286061The Mobo Cloro's electrical organs develop further, causing the electric field to expand. Electro Cloro is formed.
>>46292274That was the purpose of my PSA here>>46284693I was working on that image when the cap is reached back in original thread so I couldnt post it. Thinking that it wouldnt be continued, I posted it first in imgur, so its not surprising if that one didnt get noticed, then I finally posted the image here at >>46284249 with some chronological explanation but it was a bit late, since a next generation of the creature had been posted first.
>>46292367I think there are two duplicate kerubs halfway down the lower evolutionary line of the glittery kerub.
>>46292487Which two? As far as I can tell they're all distinct.
>>46292487Gen 10-11? A single line was added, separating the head from the abdomen. Mouth tendrils on another were easy to miss.Gotta go for a while. I have a more /o/ related project that needs work. Also Easter.
>>46292579Gen 10 and gen 11.
>>46292686>>46292700Fuck. I stared at those kerubs for ages.
Many of the kowaii neoro ( >>46264514 ) prey upon kerubs venturing out of the large floating clumps of poisonous seahrass. Neoros with a higher immunity to the poison of the seahrass are able to venture further into the fringes of the seahrass clumps and thus kill and eat more kerubs, so evolution produces neoros with a lower dorsal fin (for swimming often in shallow water) and mild immunity to seahrass poison - enough to enter clumps of seahrass for a brief time and to regularly patrol the clumps' edges.
>>46289262Mouth parts become much more developed, allowing for goblinshark like projection of the mouth directly into the thermal emissions. This action happens rapidly each second, with the claws serving to clean off the mouth. The Abyssal Helkreub is a flurry of motion while in place.Its eyes are able to pivot about and look for danger.
>>46292094evolution favors increasingly longer necks allowing the ambush shellfish to reach prey further away and its front paws adapt increasingly more to digging for camouflage and protection
>>46293331Kowaii Neoro then develop a wider head and serated teeth to be able to detect and munch prey more easily. Exposure to poison gives it a new look and complete Immunity to its poison, however, genetical defects also appear, disabling them to ever create poison on their own (philosophical, eh?)However, what would definitely humbled you is the neglected development of the Mimic Aquoela, which actually gives us the Aquola Evolution TreeStarted here, >>46242719 as a mimic photosynthetic plant that could walk, they started to branch out to cater the empty niche available>Gen 2Sense Aquola develops smaller tendrils to detect the environtment before moving away.Jelly Aquola invisible body enabled it to absorbs sunlight more efficiently, its longer roots enabled it to follow the sun and the wavesChitin Aquola ventures into the deep, and starts eating planktons as a surrogate for sunlight, and develops hardened skin to surviveBlob Aquola went for the steam vents, and hoard millions of hydrothermal mycrobes to protect them, and as a payment, it absorb slight energy from themin the processGen 3>t. Sense AquolaDuaquola could anchor and moves itself with its elongated body, Double body also means double photosynthetis process.Diggaquola instead use its tendrils to search for additional nutritions below the sands/seafloow, and use its hardened mouth to absorb it, while its chimney secretes unecessary dirt. Still use photosynthesis>t.Jelly AquolaFloaquola floats using its former roots to steer itself. It floats by clear sea, basking in sunlightBungaquola pretty much just a more stable Jelly Aquola with its combined roots.>t.Chitin AquolaBrintil Aquola hardened skin slowly disabled it from eating planktons, and instead walks around to absorb nutrients from the seafloor. However, many cloros instead hang in its body, and using it as a moving platform or hideout. Maybe a symbiotic relationship can be formed between these two?
>>46296110cont.>t. Blob AquolaSeremscary Aquola are bigger, and more greedy version of its ancestors. However, it is justified since the walls of its body are toxic, made from substances found in the dangerous steam vents. This makes almost predators less eager to rip its body open to access its protected microbes. However, this Aquola no longer movesGen 4>t. DuaquolaZippy Aquola also adds planktons and small creatures to its diet beside photosynthesis. It creates a tunnel inside its body to absorb whatever came through>t. FloaquolaSea Benches are the descendants of some Floaquola that overbreed by mutations, resulting in defects that will contantly creates copy of itself whenever it had some energy to do it, even if that means death. As a result, Sea Benches are basically buffets of the ocean, able to found and eaten almost anytime. Thankfully, Sea Benches ratio of breeding and being eaten are at approximately the same scale, ensuring its survival. With only sunlight as its power source, Sea Benches 'kill' itself at nightime, only to revive in the morning.
>>46284249Some Land Neuros gets bulkier to protect itself through size.
>>46291843>>46239709Some develope twirled leaves to surpress seeds from the other plants. This enables them to occupy certain areas from invading other Hrass strains.
>>46291979Been monitoring, had the unluck of blocked IP during most of the weekend. Also general tiredness from vacationing.But so far, I approve of the evolutions so far! I like how OP handled Cloros.
>>46297306Size become the new trade for the Land Neuros. However,it may not be worth the weight, as their feet are struggling to keep up with the development. Seeing this, the fins on their back became more sensitive, able to recharge their fatigueness using sunlight and speed up their metabolism, enabling them to eat more and get much bigger. Some spores from umidolas also tends to stick in these immobile creatures, but for now, none are able to grow>>46276707Heavier and brashful Helkreubs tends to win over the traffic at the abyss, and thus, they became bigger, and their crystal-like protrusions become more more flamboyant as well to secretes chemicals and converse with its surrounding, either to intimidate, showing off, or even mating. Ironically, it wasnt its eyes that 'sees' these interactions, it was actually its 'antennas' (that developed from eye stalk) that sense alll the changes around the Helkreubs>>46292387Electro Cloro are getting cocky with its new abilities, and dare to venture the sea even further. They develops membranes in order to help them swims, and further evolve their mouth to be able eat those new things they find in their journeys
>>46298151 Pagi bro.. itupun kalo situ masih di Indonesia
>>46296423While being not so mobile the Diggaquola developes with hard paddles can protect itself better. Inside are some photosynthese cells to absorb more light if not so much nutrition is found.
>>46296423The hard shell Aquola develope bigge tentacles to move the heavy body.
Is there an end goal to this game? Just curious.
>>46298378The goal is to make a cool ecosystem
>>46298167Because of their immobility, the tooth/mouth begins to evolve further.They are now better for eating plants, digging for roots and crushing bones and trunks. The diet now consist more of plants and carcasses.
>>46298437How can I join?
>>46298590Just follow the (OP) post, man. Edit one of the pictures available here to give the creature something that would benefit it when facing the world. Just have fun, and try to be somewhat logically fun if possible (dont give fish a rocket booster to help it eacape predator, give it bigger fins instead for the same intended effect)
>>46298590Pick any of these critters and make a change to it, creating a new evolutionary line (or addition to a current one)!
>>46285132To avoid their cannabalistic fellows, some vampire fish develop powerful hind legs to spring quickly over short distances, as well as eyelids to keep their eyes clear of grit.
>>46284715The krube develops a new image because fuck me if a head-on view gets a little confusing with a longer body.Coincidentally, any mistakes I made while changing the perspective are clearly mutations.
>>46298187Jogja isih seger kok :PAnd yeah, I'll be participating later today.
>>46294218Competition for the thermal vents becomes fierce, and the abbysal helkreub's brushes develop into two very particular tools. One is a cudgel like claw made from ossified keratin, as they would use their delicate brushes to pound away other kreubs, and gradually this lead to their current state. The other tool is a spike like pick with nubs on it. This still is primarily a cleaner tool, but also helps them to climb, and stab at the eyes of potential rivals.It is rare to find a Helkreub on the ocean floor with all of its eyes.....in the blackest pits of the helkreubs soul, a voice has gone from a whisper to ceaseless wardrum of a scream. The ocular harvest has begun.
>>46299003The warren-dwelling krube develops stiff "whiskers" on its face and rear, allowing it to sense far-away vibrations in its tunnels.
>>46288132With it's weaker eyesight, the half-blind krube no longer needs to waste energy on colorful bioluminescence, instead employing only a single color for communication.
>>46299480I like the new art.
Back, and everything is updated
>>463025652/3 Split them again.
Bump before bed.
>>46264400>>46302565>Picture said the last one was 16, chart says 17. Not sure which that makes this, 17 or 18.With the creatures they would usually pray on getting larger and more advanced as time goes on, the airborne Cherub must either adapt or starve. As generations are born, it's the largest of the species that are more capable of catching pray, and thus furthering the lineage. As a result, the "King Cherubig" becomes a fairly common offshoot of the Cherub family. It uses it's large size and cage-like legs to drop down on, restrain, and devour larger, quicker land animals, such as the Neuro.The King Cherubig is often accompanied by swarms of it's Cherub cousins, that scavenge what the King leaves behind, or is too slow to eat itself. Meanwhile protecting it from predators during periods of rest, which it must take quite often to keep up with the energy needed by it's large body.
>>46304258Found the error in the chart. There should be a split between the two at gen 16, not a line to 17. Will fix tomorrow.
>>46304420Oh okay.In the meantime, here's an alternate color scheme that i thought was a little too on the nose. I'll leave it up to consensus if it stays or not.Going to bed now. Stay alive for me.
>>46304547No, keep it, I like it
>>46299356From the undersea onslaught the most hardened individuals emerge as survivors. Their eyes have recessed into the body and became fixed, though they still give almost full circle of vision. They have lost their bioluminescent spikes, making their bodies smooth and hard to latch onto. Their back legs have become sharp paddles giving them ability to dash from anything sneaking up behind. Their claws are more muscular and their legs acquired small nubs that help in climbing.
>>46304547>>46304965>Crab Angels in the air>Crab Demons underwaterWelcome to the Elemental Plane of Crab, hope you brought the butter.
>>46299480The articulated pincers on the krube's middle legs merge together to make hooves with which to transmit vibration-based signals to other members of the warren at long distances.
>>46298935The next generation of vampire fish becomes bigger more rear leg oriented with longer legs for high speed running.
>>46305107I regret everything.
>>46299003An offshoot of these krube had grown a hinged shell portrusion, due to their habitat in the craggy rocks shortening their body a bit. These hinged shells also became some sort of sexual display, with the more dazzling krube getting more krube pussy.As a side effect, they can surprise would-be predators by appearing double their size, if only for a brief moment so they can skitter away safely.
>>46285132Neuros became more adept at climbing. Their legs spread out, fingers elongated and claws became curved.
>>46299356The Helkreubs with elongated eye stalks are safer to retain their eyes. Over time a branch sports long eye stalks.
>>46296423The Seremscary Aquola developes ball like clubs at the end of their movable feelers. This helps them to kick of competitors or kreubs before they are removed by them.
>>46282773As time goes on some Neruo become cold blooded. They mostly dwell on the edge of the island's and cool down by sitting in the shallow water and as such the fin on the spine of the animal reduces in size. They also become slightly thinner and lighter to reduce body mass to allow for running along soft sand without getting bogged down.
Due to increased predation by >>46298519 and other herbivores such as the arboreal kerub; natural selection produces the mimic hrass from the gen6 hrass. The mimic hrass mimics the firehrass to fool potential consumers into thinking that it is poisonous.
>>46306744I've corrected the generation number.
>>46305238I've been inspired.Wanted to make it as a Blingee, but it wouldn't load on my computer. If anyone else wants to, here's the textless. http://i.imgur.com/B0j0OBG.png
>>46307095I don't know why, but I'm half expecting the Helkreub to diversify in five different directions, that then come back together into a singular entity at this point.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1sKWzrrEiU
>>46307095my sides. they are on an escape velocity out of the system.
>>46304965an off mutation is beneficial, and extra leg segments give the helkreub fighter longer reach. A common tactic is the "drive by" in which the kreub will gain a fair amount of speed and as it passes by other kreub targets of opportunity, simply gouge and rip their eyes out, without pause on its little path of reckless destruction.eyes for the eye throne
>>46307697>gen 9Pokemon got weird after kanto, huh?
>>46305692Helkreubs with longer eyestalks develop a twisted mass of shell around the base, which will often protect them against "drive by" eye gouging.
>>46307720Pokemon got really bad-drug-trip like as time went on, for example.>>46307739It wants to show you the dance of it's people
>>46307739You know I'm half expecting the Abyssal Helkreub go either full mantis shrimp, or full pistol shrimp.
>>46277480The Reekreeb is now reekreub becase who can fucking spell?The only major change is that it's eyes have become compound eyes with no discernible pupil. These eyes are very good for finding motion.The crab will eat other species of crab, and wear their shells as a disguise. It continues to make a horrible reeeeeeee, call.The Crab also has begun to exhibit pack behavior. A gang of reekreubs will swarm smaller packs of other crab, encircling them to ensure minimal escape.
>>46307831So it's either swim in and smash your preys eyestalks off with your combat arms, and swim away with them. Or you wait for the other guy to get close to you and sniper him with a pair of plasma jets from your combat appendages.
>>46302565>>46291236Pointy Land Kerubs find that they can move very quickly while in a ball, and their body begins to optimize for it.Their sense of small is augmented by a small polyp of flesh that appears above their mouth parts. It is actually a continuation of the roof of the mouth, lined with very sensitive and specialized taste buds.
>>46304965Facing fierce competition some helkreubs decide to go defencive. They develop shorter, more muscular legs with which they burrow into the thermal vents, making them their fortresses. Their body becomes more heat-resistant, allowing them to stay in hiding where it's too hot for other helkreubs.
>>46307739Not only that, they also started to grow segmentation on their eyestalk, hardening it, but also giving it ability to regenerate if cut out. To further minimize damage, they also strengthen their mouth muscle, enabling it to shoot it farther and more precise, which helped by additional limbs to stabilize.>>46307697Not only stopping by growing segment on their legs, this improved maneuverability also supported by segments now separating the creature's body. Their pummeling limbs are also been supported with additional muscle to add more diverse attack direction.>>46296423Blob Aquola's strategy to hoard microbes werent exactly everyone's favorite back in the steam vents world, where these miniscule animals creates energy to feed the whole ecosystem. In result, many Blob Aquolas were massacred for their loot. Broken apart, many Blob Aquola couldnot regenerate as perfectly and become rogue, no longer creates safe haven for the animals, they now become its prisoners.>>46298263Hard Shell Aquola now could get bigger with its extended tentacles, and develops black spots where it absorb oxygens from the flocking Cloros>>46307842The brutal reeekreub began to use one of its legs to hold into each other, completely circling their prey. Eolution favors those that could keep formation in line, and thus reeekreub now had a more intricate and deadly arms>>46291236Trench Neros develops bigger fin to swim faster. The weird structure on its nose were actually echolocation device that use bone as the trigger, giving it proper view of the dark abyss. Lastly, it now embace filter feeding, combing the sea for planktons and microbes to survive
>>46307739Helkreub reveals its true nature.
>>46309402Nicol this is an intervention, you need to stop breaking other planeswalkers minds.
So is this dead?
>>46310871What? As long as people are willing to contribute, it lives on
>>46310871Well, nobody did say it was over.
>>46310871If i had to guess, it's the drawings. Same thing happens most games.A few people who can really draw overhaul the sources, completely redrawing every evolution, instead of just changing some things around in MSpaint. While the art is nice and it makes some of the evolutions more visually obvious, it alienates people who can't draw because they don't know what to do with it. Like the thing in the background here >>46307095 your average poster can't really change it without completely redrawing it or just slapping a big floppy dick on the front.
>>46305605To better get from the tops of Tallhrass to to Tallhrass and pounce on prey from above, some climbing neuros develop a membrane of skin between their arms with which to glide.
>>46311391I have a modest proposal. OP redraws the most successful creatures into a simplified format for the next thread, instead of trying to continue a complex art style forward.
>>46311391I guess my problem is that often times I don't even know the first place to start.
>>46311391I thought the thing in the back is something else.. like a reference from another game that most of us newcomer wont get..But yeah, Sorry for making so damn much change per creatures.. Im still new so I screwed up a lot. From rebranding every new animal to take an evolution too far. I toned it down next time. Thanks for hosting this game /tg/and as an example, here's the 5th gen Flouzie >>46280038 who had develop more intricate communication panel to support its herding life. These flaps are more colorful and creates distinct sounds when flapped accordingly, giving the herd more teamwork. The forelimbs spikes becomes claws to dig plant's roots, and the body color are now enables the creatures to differentiate with another more easily
>>46285703The shellworm evolve better and differentiated claws. One is pincher to select and build better shellhouse. The other is a scissor to break shells and kill prey better.
>>46311605Not to be rude, but complex designs are just definitely bound to resurfaced, even if we dumb down the whole fiasco, since we basically need to outwit the last image, meaning that in the end of the day, the designs are just going to be more complex.. just like irl evolution.>>46311702OP posted a new starting creature, the earthworm like Scooper >>46291596, maybe it could be a nice stepping stone. Dont worry too much about the creeature wont fit, since im sure we all just wing it, without the proper herbivore/plant/carnivore proportion in mind. It just work
>>46277796The Jalanor grows wider bodies.
>>46277796Other developes mouth needles to feed on other Jalanors to compensate the scarce plants on the water surface. They stab other animals and suck body fluids
>>46311738Apologies in advance, mainly because I have no clue how big the Shellworm is in relation to the Hardshell Aquola, or how the methods of reproduction for the Hardshells actually work Some Hardshells begin to grow on the casing of the Shellworms.(Is anything actually eating the Shellworms at the moment? The idea I was going for something similar to hermit crabs and anemones, where one give the other protection in exchange for a free ride)
>>46311391That would be a valid guess if anything in the current game was that evolved yet.>>46311702Pick a critter. Say to yourself "it would be cool if they had x". Then give them x.
>>46312313It would HELP immensely if I posted the fecking image.
>>46308458Burrowing Helkreub creates protective glans over its eyes, seemingly had changed its color, and also longer legs to help settle itself in place>>46277572Spiky fruits are heavier, thus, the plant creates additonal anchors from its bark>>46299640Half-Blind Krube now use antennas to help it sense its surrounding, they are available both in front and the back
>>46285703Jalanor developes the sail into wings to fly to the best feeding places.
>>46311738>>46312313>hermit crabsI'M ONE STEP AHEAD OF YA
>>46312313Aquola can reproduce similarly like corals, which is by usin polyps, but unlike corals, Hardshell Aquola can still walk around, altough rarely.For shellworems, probably it was hunted by remaining shallow water kreubs or Neoros that still lives in near the sea.Some bigger animals like Aduneros (small shark), Sentinal Flouz>>46285703, or some Amphibious Ambush Neros>>46291236 may still hunted them whenever they can find em, but wont sweat much into breaking their sharp shell
>>46312646Even in alien world, nobody is safe from the terror of mosquitos! AHAHAHHA
>>46312646Did we really have to evolve annoying flies?
Last time i was in a thread like this we created a race of Jew-nosed amoebas who controled the nuclear eyed lobsters who fought the hive-mind algae colonies.I have high hopes for this one.Anyway, what species needs some loving?
>>46312949I think you mean Jew Amoebas fighting with Nazi Lobsters for mental dominance over Nuke-Eyed Scorpions who are an allegory for America as it fights against Algae Spider Crab Eldritch Abominations with worm parasite colonies and Neurax Worm Algae.
>>46312949All of them.Have fun.
>>46312744I think this >>46311738 were meant to be Gen 4, not Gen X>>46312646I think the Gliding Jalanor in your mentioned post >>46285703, were supposed to be Gen 5 themselves (an error on my part) since if we look at the evo tree, it was placed correctly there. Meaning your would be Gen 6 for that matterdont meant t be a party pooper, just helping OP
>>46313015It was a wild ride, i cant remember everything.Im the one that gave those guys tentacles anyway.
>>46312949Theres a new gen 0 earth worm wannabe >>46291596, have fun
>>46312322To be honest, i dont care how something is, i draw what comes into mind. i think its mostly that you burn out more.Or if you make an evolution but noone takes your animal to the next evolutionary step, they loose interest.Like noone responses, they forget the thread.
>>46313085Are they aquatic or land based?
>>46312837lol>>46312912Thats the easiest evolution, so i guess yes.>>46313022No problem, thats why i referr to the original evo step.
>>46313187Never, this was a aeon before this world.They all got extincted. ;)
>>46313205Should have an Imgur for each creature along with their generation and a description of what they evolved.Oh, and remember the dancer turtle and John Cera, god of wrestling and ceras?>>46313230>wanting undead neurax worms, algae spider crabs infested with parasites, nuke scorpions, dancing turtles and John Cera
>>46313275WE WILL RISE FROM OUR SECRET BUNKERS AND TAKE THIS WORLD GOYIMS!
The humble Scooper Worem. A simple land based worm, this creature has now developed photo-sensitive stripes along its body, to allow it to recognize night time.This safer eating time allows the Scooper Worem to ingest plant matter without fear of most predators.
>>46313067I kept trying to make that algae spider thing cute, but every time i added something people started screaming. I think my definition of cute is wrong.I even gave it a pretty flower on the back and spindly little legs. But no. More screaming.
>>46313501THAT THING WAS AN ABOMINATION!Ok im calm now, sorry.
>>46312313>>46312335The Shellworm developes mouth cells that can digest the Aquola. And begins to cultivate and care for them like a garden. They only harvest small parts and other new larvea on the shell.
>>46313392The Scooper worm developed pincer like arms that can allow it to traverse through tougher terrain and even allowing it to climb larger plants.
>>46313602WHAT IN THE HOLY CREATION IS THAT THING?!
>>46313501>>46313529Nuke Scorpion was a true hero, he died for our sins and eldritch algae spider abominations.I'm pretty sure we can resurrect that game
>>46313275>wantingBut you could evolve them here too, anon.
>>46313663It'll just be a poor imitation of the real thing.
>>46313647Its a wormlike crab glueing shells from dead animals in a house and now gardening some anemon creature which grows on his shell.
>>46313501>>46313067They got too OP imo.
>>46313676Or a better version. You decide.
>>46305201The krube develop wider, scoop-like, front claws, allowing them to create warrens in earth as well as pumice. They become opportunistic predators of the scooper worm (>>46313655) eating any they find while digging.
Just remember, most the things here are like.. before triassic level of evolution, with some things futher or in between.
>>46313913>implying evolution has 'levels'
>>46313719Evolution is an arms race.
>>46312541The _Krub evolve splittet Antennas that can sense air movement or smells.
>>46313951I mean, if you jumped a fly into a dog you need some steps inbetween, and some Anon are probably going to try and divert the road you tried to pave your creature intoAnd I mean, this 'level' are just for comparison, since for now, most of the creatures are still choosing between land or sea and adapting to it, nothing to fancy, and maybe shouldnt be for some time
A most peculiar mutation occurs on a number of scooper worms.In response to increased predation each segment of the worm can detach it self from the main body!The segment will then seek nutrition to regrow its sensory organs and manipulators, as well as the rest of its body.Effectively a single worm can be eaten many times before its finally killed. The only visual representation of this mutation has been the reddening and thickness of the visual stripes, which now act as segmenteders.
>>46313759That means??? You are afraid!!>>46313951>>46313913We never really know how advanced a species really was in the triassic. We guess or our logic say there wasnt.And even today we have very simple species. And its all player made evolution
>>46313829The krube's carapace develops another segmentation and its neck becomes more fexable, allowing it to briefly stand on its hind legs and scout for predators while foraging outside the warren.
Any other low gen creatures that need an evolutionary bump?
>>46314727The Clorious Revolution can always use more supporters.
>>46278649The sea-hrass develops sensory-nubs on its roots, allowing to to sense the excretions of other sea creatures. Its upper leaves also develop into a stiff, rotatable, sail-leaf that allows it to move slowly towards groups of prey.
>>46314727Anything on gen charts 2 or 3 always could do with some more help:>>46302576>>46302619
>>46314889Every time one of these evolutions gets a new name, that name should also be added somewhere on the chart.In fact, some kind of archive containing the latest evolutions to go off of would be a good idea to put in future OPs.
>>46314789I feel like the top one should be wielding pistols on each hand and wearing high-heels.
The Cloro Kepler is a jellyfish like creature that floats around the seas near coasts. It uses a side-flap to maneuver around the water.It has recently developed a new digestion process. First it will float above its pray and descend with speed, locking it between two hardened spike developed on the inside of its circle.Then, once locked, the feeding tendrils begin secreting enzymes that break down its pray. The surrounding tissue then absorbs the nutrients as the pray is slowly dissolved.
>>46312795>>46312313Aqueolas as described in Gen 0 are plants that reproduce asexually. No pollination. Following replies back should get you to additional information.As for detailed images, I've deliberately drawn terribly over some in the past to hopefully lead others less skilled in the art of Paint-fu into doing the same.
bump so I have time to make something.
>>46264400Some cherub find a food supply with little to no competition: The trail of sweet baiting fluid left behind by Bahaflouz. Many do end up getting caught by said creatures, but the cherub make up for that with numbers. This species is significantly smaller than its progenitor.
It has been millions of years since the meteor carrying an alien organism crashed into the planet. Since then, atmospheric oxygen has increased to staggering levels, nearly reaching 40% of the atmospheric composition at sea level. Life is adapted to this high level, so toxicity is fairly non issue, but whenever a fire breaks out, it sweeps across an island.The tiny islands to the western side of the chain (Home of the Sentinel Flouz) have been eroding away. Volcanic activity on the largest island has lessened. At time same time, years upon years of submarine lava flows have built up into a new island that is just beginning to poke above the surface.Also chance for a new gen 0. Between now and the next event, if anyone rolls 95-100 on a d100, I add it.
>>46314419The krube's font legs grow longer, making room for strong articulated pincers with which it can carry things for short periods of time. Its muscles also becomes stronger, allowing it to spend longer periods on it's back four legs.
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>46320415
>>46312541To protect them from the raging forest fires, the spiky fruit of the tallhrass develop a fire resistant outer shell.
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>46320415Let's have airborne plants!
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>46320415Seems like my post failed to upload...
>>46320704Make them if you want them dude
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>46320783Wait, that's the wrong box
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>46320415New gen 0
Okay, change to the roll thing. Must be with an evo or actual discussion. Don't want this getting flooded with just roll posts.
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>46320415RocknRoll
>>46321523Stop pushing that generation on this game, jesus.
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>46320415OP, you should make an imgur for each species separated by branch with a description for each generation, as it allows new players to quickly join in.>>46321523>1 offNice.
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>46320415
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>46308596To help prevent prey from escaping their encirclement, Reeekreub evolve a horn. This helps to keep prey inside the encirclement, as well as kill prey without breaking the encirclement.
>>46321864Invalid due to >>46321514
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>46243220The Helkreub evolves a club-like tail, used for swinging around. It has become omnivorous, with a preference for meat. The club is used to shatter armor and cause internal damage to fleshy prey.>>46321523Rolling.
Rolled 73 (1d100)>>46321523>>46320704Rolling for both.As for Airborne FruitArothermDue to their spring-like leaves contracting and extending to the most lightest touch of heat, they act as a propeller, letting it be airborne, they acquire their nutrients from plant spores. When it is time to release their seeds, their four-sided "mouth" opens, dropping their wing-shaped seed that float in the sky.
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>46294377The ambush Neuros with more jaw strength are better at killing. Through natural selection, this trait becomes dominant resulting in the ambush Neuros having long, strong mouths.
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>46308458The Burrowing Helkreub evolves a spike on top of its body along with a tiny hole that shoots out pressurized scalding water, and a muscle below, capable of storing the pressure from vents to be released, allowing the Volcanic Helkreub to burst out in a sort of jump, and piercing flesh, followed by pressurized hot water.>>46321523>>46322438Roll for both.
>>46321523pls go and stay go
Rolled 73 (1d100)>>46322627>adding to the bump limit with nothing to contribute or discusspls go>>46321629Perhaps each branch could have an image of the branch throughout the generation to help navigation>>46321523>>46322438Rolling to spite pls go fag
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>46304547>>46320415With oxygen at an all time high and plant life ever on the rise, life on [insert world name here] can reach exponential new sizes. The titanic "King Cherubig" (or "Ophanim Cherub" depending on how pretentious you are) is one species to have been directly effected by the rise in oxygen levels. With more air pumping through it's blood, it requires significantly less to metabolize it's meals and still have the energy to stay in the air, and as a result, recent generations are nearly twice the size as previously recorded. Easily swooping down and devouring even the largest land based animals, such as their preferred prey: the large, slow, herbivorous this thing: >>46298519Whether that means it's the size of a baseball or a bus, though, has yet to be seen since this planet has absolutely no concept of scale. It's wings have also grown to accompany it's new body, increasing it's wingspan so it may more easily carry its heavy weight while airborne.Shitty sideview doodle for editing convenienceIs this too much?Also rolling for tiny limbless mammals that i'll draw if i get it.
>>46322827There is no such thing as too much.
>>46322876when it comes to eve games there is absolutely such thing as too much.Lookin at you plant spider from last game.
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>46320489the krube begins to produce a hardening fluid that it uses to build parts of its warrens above ground, like a giant termite.
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>46321629That's not a bad idea.Why don't you do that yourself to lighten OP's workload?
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>46322702>>46322627Hey, relax. No need to freak out over that. I've got some stuff already drawn for if the roll is made. It'll be bringing in something from the mainland, out in the ocean, or some other islands far from here. I do hope all of this drawing doesn't go to waste, even if it is a bit rushed.
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>46322992>Plant Spider was too muchJokes on you nerd, because we're already getting Plant Spider 2.0.>>46314789Centipedes and Grapes.>>46323183I'd have to keep updating it every once and a while.>>46323203Are we doing it also based off suggestions?>>46321523>>46322438>>46322827Rolling for you all.
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>46323161The Krube's hardening fluid evolves to be rainbow colored to attract mates.>>46321523>>46322438>>46322827Rolling.
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>46323235Got a few pictures and a d10 list, weighted more to one creature. All things that are evolving at about the same time that could feasibly make it to the islands.
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>46313602Overtime, the anemone begin to evolve parasitic tendencies, eventually overtaking the Shellworm's whole body and mind. A few generations later, and their cells begin to merge with each other, resulting in a plant-animal hybrid.>>46321523>>46322438>>46322827Roll.
>>46323308This results in large, strangely iridescent, upper-warrens growing up around tall-hrass tress.
>>46322827YOU EXIST BECAUSE WE ALLOW IT. YOU WILL END, BECAUSE WE DEMAND IT.
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>46314052The scooper worm developed an ability to secrete a mucus like substance through it's segments believed to help withstand the increased temperatures from forest fires by keeping the body cold. The mucus is also shown to be very toxic.Concentration of the poison inside the mucus is higher towards the end of the worm, this is shown with the green markings as when the mucus dries, the poison leaves behind the dark green markings. The pincer like arms on the worm has showed signs of growth, but doesn't do much to aide the worm.
Rolled 48 (1d100)>>46322827>Whether that means it's the size of a baseball or a bus, though, has yet to be seen since this planet has absolutely no concept of scale.I'm confident that it's bigger than a breadbox. This always has been an issue in evogames. Sometimes people will put a creature next to the silhouette of a person to give some sense of scale, and then some will work off that comparison.
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>46321523>>46322438>>46322827Roll.>>46324167Why are you rolling?
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>46324285Because he believes in us and wants us to succeed.
>>46324285you know, it sort of defeats the purpose of rolling for something if you just keep doing it until it succeeds. especially if you're rolling for all possible outcomes at once. Then you might as well just say "I'll add everything you guys come up with. eventually"
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>46324294Then I'll keep on rolling.>>46324299*shrug*>>46321523>>46322438>>46322827Roll
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>46324299It's more about placing the addition in the timeline. What organisms are present at the time? Although once this thread is done, if people really want to continue through one more, the time for rolling will be over. Unfortunately I'll be busy for most of tomorrow. What I wonder is why you're replying to those three things for rolling.
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>46321514Rolling! This is Sambal, the vertical swimming creature, its 3 black dots are primordial eyes>>46322827What do you guys think is the current biggest animals in the world? Since we are still early, whatever it is, cant be bigger than a standard washing machine
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>46324324And there it is! Time to determine creature.
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>46324393Tenouttaten
>>46324384>cant be bigger than a standard washing machinewow that's a huge assumption from someone who isn't OP
>>463243931 FUKKEN SLIZERS2 Chuflouz3 Sticky Fus4 Lem'Uy5 Lem'Uy6 Lem'Uy7 Rowgu8 Stelvac9 Frilla10 Frilla packageOh boy. Frilla package. That is 7, 8, and 9 all together.On the ocean currents, numerous large plants known as Frilla are carried from far to the west, beyond the horizon. Frillas are a distant relative to the Aqueola. Like them, they asexually produce seeds. The raft is about as wide as a car is long. They grow on shorelines and then uproot and push themselves into the water.On them were carried two other creatures.Rowgu are an amphibious insectivore. Their skin produces a mild, bitter tasting poison, and they also have bioelectrical properties to deter predators that even poison doesn't bother. They lay shell-less eggs that hatch into tadpole-like larvae. Their color is both a warning and a camouflage, depending if they're around or away from frillas. Those two front arms are attached to their cheeks.Stelvac. These bright arthropods are natural predators of frowgs. Like them, they also had a tendency to live in frillas. This species is the size of a very large housecat.
>>46311423It's forearms lengthen to maximize surface area of gliding membrane
>>46324520thanks! it was meant to be nothing more than an opinion
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>46324538ITS TIME TO GET THEM ALL
>>46324538I dont really get this one, so which one is inducted to the planet? Can we just keep the gen 0 and fuck with it so it dont turn up into whatever it had 4 years ago?
>>46324538so would these 3 guys be gen 0 or gen 1 of their respective species?
>>46324652Plants float over to our region. 2 species are hitchhiking on the plants.
Rolled 3 (1d100)>>46324538Lets keep going
>>46324653Considered gen 0 for this thread.>>46324665Exactly.
>>46324618>ITS TIME TO GET THEM ALL>>46324717>Lets keep goingYou guys aren't even evolving the ones we have now. Chill.
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>46324739Gotta get them all
>>46324538>>46324796Hey OP I think you posted the descriptions in the wrong order
>>46324796>>46324825Oh fuck, you might be right, Anon. That's a Stelvac then?
>>46324825Oh, yeah. Kind of rushed that. Sorry. Rowgu is the badly drawn frog-salamander thing. Stelvac is the big bug.Nearly hitting the bump limit.
>>46324850New thread soon?
>>46324904No, now fuck off.
>>46324914what? There was a picture of Gen 1 Stelvac, but was deleted due to wrong naming. Sexual dimorphism is real and encountered in many animals, and most of the times, it was the male that become more eye catching
>>46324925that's not whyMLP
>>46324925You're violating Global Rule 15, just a warning.
>>46324938Its a fcking bug nigga, last I heard the show werent about bugs. Why must we dabble in something insignificant..
>>46324859If somebody else is willing to copy the info from the opening post when this dies. It's 2:30am here. I need to sleep. Being able to operate without OP being around for a while is one of the strengths of evogames.
>>46324967But what about the evo charts?
>>46324989That's a point, someone needs to become our chartfag
>>46324538Frilla now also develops another batch of tubes from beneath of its body, that it used for lcomotion, namely by absorbing water from bottom and squirting them from the tubes on topSveltac develops pincher like grip by its mouth, where it can pick smaller animals, and then use gravity to inhale them through its now gaping mouthRowgu slowly disintegrates their too many legs to conseve energy. It also develop bigger mouths, and a more effective tail for swimming
>>46324967How about, in the next thread, sine there had been no complete chart, it can become Frilla Package and Cloro Appreciation thread? Like, those two are put in the early posts, and the rest of the creatures are put up later on. This is done to encourage the development on these two lonely fronts
>>46325123I had an idea for a branch of the Slavtac, this branch has evolved into a spearfisher, and as such develops a means to chemically lock its muscles into position so it does not need to expend energy to keep itself in that postion while it hunts, this, ironically makes it look like it is squatting
bumpWe haven't hit the image limit yet, right?
>>46326220Y'know, Initially I want to bash you out and draw something the utter oppsite of that, but this is a genuinely good. We'll see>>46327676Still 11 more to go. This is why I've keen to post many creatures in a single bundle when possible, hope it didnt make the charter job's harder
I'm awake. Now to see if I can finish charts before having to take care of some business today.
Evolution produces a species of phrass that climbs the trunks of tallhrass to both protect its leaves from consumers and outcompete other phrass to get more sunlight as well as making it easier to situate itself right next to the fall of fruit from the tallhrass which it clings to - which draws herbivores and omnivores from all around, some of which fall into the digestion leaf on the forest floor.
>>46322242Helkre'e (changed its name so they are no longer confused with its cousins) had anew potrait to show its tail more clearly. The tail now had extra muscles and even a holder, so it could rest still in upright position>>46314052Scooper worms body now become more visual about its detachtion. This new form also enabled it to separate itself more quickly. Even a small moving organ always been documented growing on its current farthest segment. This 'feet' will react when the segment were separated, making it run away on its own, creating a total distraction for the predator>>46322508Eifiess or AVS (Ambush Vampire Shellfish) now had even longer neck, that sometimes used in mating ritual, or teritorial dispute, ensuring a bloodless conflict, that boomed the species longevity. To combat this extra weight, shields around its torso are disappearing, giving it more stance to hold its head. Theres a weight anchor in its tail to balance things out as well>>46314789Some Cloro Flora flock with a bunch of themselves, in order to combat the waves. They even creates vines between one another to hold themselves together. Each color is the still the same species, but as stated before, were adaptation to each region's climate and nature