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    174 KB Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)20:49 No.13880430  
    Continuation of thread
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:50 No.13880444
    First post.

    Captcha is laworma. Worm law pls.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:51 No.13880459
    I refuse that we turn that fine quest into 40k faggotry.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:51 No.13880467
    Chuckle fondly at our moon-wife's antics. She's so impatient with her lifeforms. Wait and see if they annihalate each other with nuclear war. If they do not, prepare to eat them.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:52 No.13880475
    So Majora (I'm going to call her that now) has sentient life. This is what we get for bombing our little guys with asteroids all the time.

    It's going to be only moments before they reach manned space flight. hope our angry fauna is prepared and ANGRY.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:53 No.13880485

    >He thinks 40k invented Deathworlds.

    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:53 No.13880486
    To reiterate, that fucking whore moon what the fuck. I don't give a shit if our dudes are more awesome, electricity? Are you shitting me? Next they're going to be mining, man, mining.

    Dust cloud, in our lower legrange, please. Make them work for it. Make them work for the agony of working for it.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:53 No.13880487
    ask her to shake a few off down to us so we can get a good look

    then eat them and absorb their smarts
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:53 No.13880489
    We're gonna have to teach Majora another lesson. Can we pelt something at her?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:54 No.13880499
    I think it's time for an extinction event on our moon.
    If they have electricity they might be able to fuck up our ecosystem before we are prepared to fight back.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:54 No.13880502

    We've been saving up all that magma for a long time. Explode some lava at her.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:54 No.13880507
    This. The moment they set foot on us, one of our species is going to kill and eat them.

    Of course, our biologies are based on totally different chemicals, so they'll die immediately. But then something will eat them, and become immune to dying from eating squishy smart guys.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:55 No.13880517
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:56 No.13880520
    i like this idea
    then our species can climb the spout when it cools and hardens into rock

    yes, this also means we have a giant moon mace
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)20:56 No.13880521

    Almost immediately after you notice the lights, Majora begins to sparkle with lights even brighter than jeff. It starts with one, then another, then ten more, then hundreds more; smoke covers her landscape and she begins to seem distressed. After that brief instant, the night lights she had before are much dimmer. Hmm, maybe the problem took care of itself.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:56 No.13880523
    I say we letting the creatures be successful and instead we make our world into even more of a deathtrap ensuring that they can't touch our world.

    Also a volcanic eruption between us and the moon to ensure the Aliens will have little idea of what is going on in the Death world.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:56 No.13880531
    Don't sweat it. Just give her a nice smile, say "oh, sentience ? Seems like fun." Then proceed to give prehensible organs to our best organisms and start them on this intelligence thing, we'll have caught up on her before she can get them out of the system.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:56 No.13880532
    Hey, OP, you might wanna tripfag when you do this. And we don't have to wipe out her sentient species, but we do have to throw some asteroid and shit at her.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:57 No.13880535
    damnit again with the moon failing my hopes and dreams
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:57 No.13880538
    Good idea. But do
    >>13880487 first.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:57 No.13880541
    heavy chemical fog chokes our atmosphere
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:57 No.13880542

    Miscarriage analogy?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:58 No.13880551
    Ha ha ha oops.
    Well. That irradiated soil looks pretty good on her when you look at it in the right parts of the frequency spectrum.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:59 No.13880556
    Any idea what we can do with the radiation? I got nothing.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)20:59 No.13880561
    alright, back to the life-forms

    how are our magma species doing?

    any dinosaur like species yet?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:00 No.13880565
    ignore it for now
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:00 No.13880573
    I wouldn't be smug about it. Irradiation means resistance to irradiation, and mutations, mutations everywhere.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:00 No.13880575

    I honestly motion we skip the whole "flesh being" thing altogether. Also, whenever our creatures gain intelligence, we need them to be able to get off the planet ASAP so they can go be dangerous with our planets, not us.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:01 No.13880582
    Just a thought.

    We cannot eat and reproduce by eating moons organisms.

    What if we, after first contact, evolved a symbiotic that injects some sort of DNA-altering virus into victims, making them consumable for reproductional purposes.

    All in all, making them compatible for reproduction. At least the ones that don't immeadiatly die from the stress.

    Meaning only the strong ones, the ones that stay alive long enough for their DNA to be altered, will benefit our gene-pool.
    >> Finn !!HHhltDERfw8 02/12/11(Sat)21:01 No.13880588
    Last thread archived, BTW. http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/13878831/

    Let's prod our guys on the path to sentience. ALL OF THEM.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:03 No.13880597
    I am using this planet in my next Sci=fi game.

    If our dudes ever get intelligent, they'll probably be the big bads too.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:04 No.13880606
    So we need to make sure our guys don't blow themselves up completely. Do you think they will understand MAD when they get there?

    Imagine their culture, based on their way of living and procreating. Death means life. They'd never even start worrying and love the bomb right from the start.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:04 No.13880609
    I think we should have our dudes evolve super string muscles that need to be flexed continuously to maintain them

    They'll stop and fly around, punching and punching and PUNCHING
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:04 No.13880615
    Maybe we should invest in WISDOM instead of INTELLIGENCE, looking at what happened to moon?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:05 No.13880621
    So you want them all to have a superpower??
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:05 No.13880622
    Nah fuck that, just get them other planets from the get go so they'll be ravenous to them.

    If humans had another planet, how awesome would that be? We'd keep Earth because hey, why not, and we wouldn't think twice about turning Venus into a smoking crater. It'd be awesome.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:05 No.13880623
    See the way I see it, our dudes will hate Nukes.
    You can't eat something you nuked, no bodies, why would you want to kill something you can't eat?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:06 No.13880629

    Death means life, but an unrecoverable corpse means death and lost potential.

    Weapons of mass destruction equal a giant loss in genetic material, whereby small precise weapons allow for more life to spread.

    See my point?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:06 No.13880632
    Chastise her for trying to do it on her own. Let's help her get a clean start, maybe wash her with that comet.

    Also, can we get an update on what the dominant species on our surface are doing ? I'm a little lost.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:07 No.13880637
    our moon was worshiped by all species!!! what the hell has happened when i was eating dinner!!!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:07 No.13880642
    Wait can the species on our planet really create technology at all considering the environment being hugely detrimental to all technology..
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:07 No.13880643
    This, chastise that bitch with the FURY
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:07 No.13880644
    Makes sense.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:08 No.13880649
    There is an armored, giant, four-legged species with two small manipulators in its midsection. They are the only things strong enough to take a beating from the photosynthetic flying rock-monsters that have developed and actually fight back. Having eaten the fungi of a rock-monster, they are now able to bond with the rock-monsters of the surface.

    Just to make sure you don't get left behind, you use that volcanic eruption you've been saving to send a plume of gas and rock at her. "I... I didn't know you were into... THAT," she says. Her atmosphere is now obscured by smog, and the lights are dimming a bit more.
    Now the eruption has sent gas and dust into your ecosystem, obscuring JEFF! The enormous armored rock-dinosaur creatures evolve to become smaller to survive the decrease in food availability.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:08 No.13880655
    We'll just create really awesome technology.

    Technology so awesome it cannot be harmed by our environment
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:10 No.13880675
    Electricity should be dead easy, sulfuric acid and metal being more or less all you need to create a current, and our oceans are made of the stuff.

    Everything else just needs to be mobile.

    Actually now that i think of it, most of the organisms on the planet should discover electricity before the making of fire, due to the fact that fire is so god-damned common that they would never have the need to make it themselves, they could just find some.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:10 No.13880678
    and is made out of diamonds
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:10 No.13880679
    >"I... I didn't know you were into... THAT," she says.
    I'm offended by her tone, beat her with the comet. Try and make any lose matter part of us after the collision.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:11 No.13880684
    hehe "wheres the fire?" takes on a whole new meaning
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:12 No.13880691
    >you now realize that we have made the Nether from minecraft
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:12 No.13880694

    Decreasing size, I think now would be the time to increase their brains.

    Slowly, instincts are replaced by thought-of hunting strategies like teaming up on ground creatures, or thrown objects to hunt for airbornes.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:13 No.13880698
    how far was earth developed when they were as old as planet thumb?

    just for a frame of reference
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:13 No.13880701
    Have our organisms create Magma: the Burninging and Battlesledge 20k so they can sit around and be unproductive.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:13 No.13880706
    Fuck this, we do not want another extinction event on our world, plus our comet is awesome.

    We're not giving our moon the satisfaction of getting a rise out of us.
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    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:14 No.13880717
    You know, fuck the bitch. Begin slowly pulling her towards us. A process that takes thousands of years. Our species will merge.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:14 No.13880721
    Your organisms begin to paint tiny overvalued rocks, proceeded by staging them in mock battle. The larger hairier organisms seem to prevail over the smaller, eating them.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:15 No.13880725
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:15 No.13880726
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:15 No.13880728
    OP, by now the species should be splitting off into dozens of subspecies because of geological differences. And the in turn will split off into dozens of others.

    Also we'll need plant life. Maybe the fungus begins to spread out and grow into lush forest kind of things. And the animals begin to diverge into different branches.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:16 No.13880732
    Nonononono we tried that. Orbital mechanics don't work that way, she'd just crash into us.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:16 No.13880734

    Leave or moon alone, she's majoras moon, she looks awesome.

    Put up with her, we'll need some good moon-worshipping. We will take her over soon enough! Our first conquery!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:16 No.13880735
    oh jesus
    their learning tactics
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:16 No.13880739
    Any chance we can send another eruption Majora's way? Maybe shape our magnetic field to send more charged particles into her atmosphere?
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:18 No.13880746
    Before you know it, the dimmed lights on Majora spread and brighten once more, and the fog lifts. You feel like she sent something your way. "Just a present" she says.
    EGAD IT'S HIDEOUS! It's a sort of rodent-like creature that had fused with colonies of photosynthetic flowers, that walks on TWO LEGS! And it's PRETTY! And CUTE! Oh, that is just like Majora.
    On the way down, their parachuting pod collides with a territorial rock monster that believes it to be a rival. The ship goes down and the astronauts, miraculously, survive. Their ship damaged, they are unable to return home. They seem resigned to their fate and make some kind of fruity ceremonial structure for their death. They lie on top of it and the flowers slowly come into bloom as they breathe their last. Scavengers pick apart the corpse and die. Bigger scavengers eat the little scavengers and gain the ability to EAT MAJORANS.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:18 No.13880751
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    >lush forest

    oh shit, we have Zangarmarsh.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:18 No.13880754
    >lush forest
    what are you, a homosex? Come on now.

    Our forests should be just about as "lush" as acres upon acres of symbiotic cutlery-creatures and fungal vents, that is to say, not very lush at all.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:20 No.13880774
    >TWO LEGS!

    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:20 No.13880778
    so TWO civilizations have popped up and we havent even hit the sapient state

    why are we so fucking slow?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:20 No.13880783

    Would that mean that our species also gain increased intelligence capacity?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:21 No.13880787
    How about this:

    A new evolutionary breakthrough:
    >8 organisms eat 1 corpse
    All 8 children are mentally linked on a subconscios, instinctive level. They can tell wether the other is in intense pain, alive, dead, or the like.
    This works even if a corpse is shared between the airborne and landwalking species.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:21 No.13880791
    Now we can eat Majorans? Oh fuck yes.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:21 No.13880796

    Bitch is sending life forms to US‽ Fuck that noise.

    We've been looking at this all wrong. Intelligent life won't listen to us. Intelligent life will go find a planet where it can become lazy. We need UNintelligent life spreading through the universe like a virus, doing our bidding and only our bidding.

    Let's get some of our rock monsters eating the space ship. Lets breed our life to enter space under its own natural power!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:21 No.13880801
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:21 No.13880802
    We're lumbering rock creatures in an environment that doesn't really encourage research and development. That said, we're fucking awesome and I can wait a little while for our guys to get going.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:22 No.13880803
    So they've become intelligent now???? Oh shit shit just got extremely real!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:22 No.13880804
    ooh, hivemind. This can provide only awesomeness.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:22 No.13880807
    Because we keep bombing our creatures with rocks from space and blowing up volcanoes under their asses.
    Don't worry, it might take longer, but our diamond warriors will yet spread the glory of THUMB.
    Also Magma: the Burninging.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:23 No.13880814
    We need to pelt Majora with some little things. Seriously, why have we not done this? TRIAL BY FIRE! And if our creatures move to fully bipedal, we will smack them right down.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:24 No.13880821
    This. Like I said earlier, it's easy to destroy other planets and not your own, think of it like

    What do you care more about, your home, or your neighbors? Fuck your neighbors!

    We get our guys spacebound and they will tear shit up and they'll leave their colonies alone because it's easiest that way.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:24 No.13880823
    Let's send some of our most hardy and survivalist species, a hybrid of rock and fungal spore, onto Majora, via a "comet" emitted from a large volcanic blast.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:24 No.13880824
    The land species already can produce electricity as a mechanism for surviving winter by feeding on organic elements. To do this they have diamond teeth. Forgot to mention that.

    The aerial algae are the autotrophs of Thumb, as the sulphuric acid clouds are so thick as to obscure JEFF. Their corpses and excretions fall to the bottom, feeding the lower ecosystem.
    By now we're a little bit older than earth
    Yes, some of the hairier of the formerly large predators are beginning to LEARN, thinking critically and pelting each other with rocks instead of clawing at one another.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:24 No.13880826
    have our landspecies climb the rock tower
    1: tests their abilities in weaker atmosphere
    2: more majorans to eat
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:24 No.13880828
    that'd be fair boring bro
    plus you're stepping into overprotective parent territory
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:24 No.13880829

    But a small version. Our planet is based entirely on conflict and struggle for survival, this'll create small groups that can work together. Limited hive-mind between "siblings", if you will.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:25 No.13880841
    Our creations shall sail between the stars, spreading forth from our Sacred Hub of flame and acid.
    They shall block out thousands of suns.
    They shall grow kilometers long, harboring thousands upon thousands of smaller silicon beings inside themselves, ready to fall from orbit.
    They shall fly far, and they shall consume all.
    And we shall be their mind.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:25 No.13880843
    We need a hivemind. One centered on us.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:25 No.13880848
    Man, I bet Valakut is in their meta right now

    >poor joke

    Ha ha yeah I know
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:26 No.13880855
    jesus christ weve created the tyranids
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:27 No.13880865
    We're already an abusive spouse. Why not be overprotective of our stupid, stupid life forms?

    Besides, we want our species to be badasses, right? What's more badass than "can live in hard vacuum and doesn't afraid of anything"?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:28 No.13880867

    No, a hivemind just takes away individuality. We want that.

    If hivemind, then on a small scale. Like the sibling idea.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:28 No.13880873
    Fuck hive minding. This isn't Avatar.
    >> Finn !!HHhltDERfw8 02/12/11(Sat)21:28 No.13880877
    Make some method of controlling our creations, and then THIS:
    WE will invade other planets. It will be our organisms on the surface, but us calling the shots back here. It'll have to work off some quantum bullshit, but dammit it'll work.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:29 No.13880885
    So we smack Majora with some space junk, I guess.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:30 No.13880889
    By now they should be noticing the elaborate spacescape of our bitchin rings and Majora, which doesn't look particularly familiar or unsettling to them because their faces don't work that way. Maybe they're starting to wonder how this shit came to be, and are starting analytical thinking, filling in the blanks with traditional knowledge.

    Any hints of science or religion in them yet?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:30 No.13880891
    Nah, nah. Let's smack her with a native Thumb rock. One covered in some sweet, sweet fungus.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:31 No.13880904
    hell no! we send probes deep into space and study.....
    the salarian way
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:31 No.13880911
    This might also screw with her ecosystem. Much better.

    If it's a religion, we need to squish that out. Unless it's worship of us.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:32 No.13880912
    Unfortunately you cannot gain majorans' abilities from eating them, as they do not have the necessary specialized cells.

    Time passes and more expeditions travel to Thumb in increasingly bulky, deathworld-proof spaceships. The final form is something resembling the apollo capsule if it were a giant tank. The pilots are a special caste of flower-less creatures, bred to survive in the harsh climate and breed prolifically, at the cost of their cuteness. Their job is to Majoraform Thumb to make it inhabitable for ordinary Majorans, which have learned a thing or two from that nuclear war of theirs.
    When they land, they set up camp, beginning to eat the local wildlife. They cannot gain from their deaths, though; the posthumous growth only causes them digestion problems. They continue to grow in numbers when the rock-wielding, four-legged creatures encounter them and attack. Their numbers are dwindling.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:32 No.13880919
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:32 No.13880921
    Wonder what would happen if we were to let her go. Increase her orbit to the point where she'll eventually drift away or get caught by mister giant whatshisface out there. Besides a lot of drama, of course.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:33 No.13880926
    That would be boring. We need our species(s) to dominate and thrive in conflict.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:34 No.13880930
    Ask majora what's up?
    Why is she sending us all this shit?
    It's a nice present and all, but fuck, we can make our own sentient beings.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:34 No.13880931
    our planets theme
    >tedock nature
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:34 No.13880933
    increase speed, erupt magma from the same volcano to break the connection, send her flying off
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:34 No.13880938
    Too easy, she's got to pay for that shit.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:34 No.13880939
    >they cannot gain from the deaths
    Waste, horrible waste... KILL THEM!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:35 No.13880944
    OK, bitch needs to cut that shit out. I think it's time we took a more active hand in Majora's affairs and pulled her into our surface.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:35 No.13880948
    Whose numbers are dwindling? the Majorans or the Thumbites?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:35 No.13880950

    They ate from our wildlife - there might be one or two of them that actually mutated to support our way of reproduction.

    Leading their corpses children to have the delicious, large brains of the majorians. Which can be used to think. Think hard. About how to pay back.
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    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:36 No.13880955

    Sooner or later, It can only end like this.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:36 No.13880957
    so the majorans have different chromosomes than the species on thumb huh?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:36 No.13880960
    How long's it been since the last major eruption? Ready a volcano and spray magma all over Majora. Like, cover her in that shit. That'll teach those flower children of hers to invade you. Get some atmosphere to our slutty comet, too, let's get three life-supporting bodies going on and see what happens.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:37 No.13880965
    Vomit a chunk of live-harboring magma into one of Majora's oceans. Merge our biospheres.

    Begin the production of transgenic viruses to infect the Majorans with Thumbian DNA and cells.

    Thumbian species are already hugely symbiotic. We need to spread, and merge our will with that of ALL worlds.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:37 No.13880969
    "I don't know what it is anymore, it's gotten away from me!"

    >>13880843 hivemind
    As it so happens, the lava-creatures have been growing together as of late. Even with our tectonic tantrums, they have spread far and wide and emerged as a lava-borne consciousness, though they cannot yet reach the surface... Or at least, they couldn't before that last super-eruption. The rock organisms are currently in the process of being displaced with organisms programmed (though not directly controlled) by the lava-beings.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:38 No.13880974
    Oh fuck I forgot about our small whore asteroid/moon.

    Time for her to collide with Majora.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:38 No.13880976
    celestial bukkake?

    wierdest boner ever
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:38 No.13880977
    Yeah, I dunno what but we should spray something all over that whore Majora's face.

    All over her face.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:39 No.13880982

    I'm thinking we hose her down with our DNA, ifyaknowwhatimean.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:39 No.13880984
    Oh fuck yes, time to launch some of our Thumbrocks onto Majora. We'll infect her shitty fucks with out viruses and bacteria, and they'll become mutated and digested.

    All for the Hivemind. All for Thumb.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:39 No.13880986
    We are NOT going to ejaculate lava across Majora's entire body. Do you have any idea how much we'd need?

    How close to vacuum-survival are we, by the way?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:39 No.13880988
    hehe, yeaaaaah
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:40 No.13880994
    Oh, I forgot about our slutty comet. Would she be up for colliding with Majora?

    >lava-borne consciousness
    FUCK. YES.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:40 No.13881001
    Now you need to get your mind out of the gutter, sir.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:41 No.13881012

    Give them all the resources they require, but make sure that our will is theirs. Perhaps find a way to give them messages through our lava?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:42 No.13881030
    Around halfway through Jeff's lifetime, we need to start thinking about creating some kind of volcanic rocket-engines, and harvest enough radioisotopes to give our core enough heat to not need him.

    Thumb shall travel the stars, bearing his hungry, hungry children.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:42 No.13881038
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:42 No.13881039
    >entire body
    Just her face, bro
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:43 No.13881048
    We send lava-creatures to her as a "thank-you," explaining that some couples can damage each others' ecosystems as a way of becoming closer as planets, instead of just bonding through common organisms. She finds the idea somewhat kinky, but accepts.
    The Majorans can't mutate, not being Thumbites though the microorganisms inside them have some ability to do so. Really, this doesn't mean much besides the fact that their immune systems get worse every year. The planetary Majorans, it seems, have finally died off from our gas cloud and its damage to their ecosystem; the expedition was really a last-ditch attempt at survival.
    The Majorans are dwindling.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:44 No.13881053
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:44 No.13881060
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    requesting rule 34 on that!
    pic: mah face reading that!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:44 No.13881064
    Yeah, we win. Yay.
    >> Hesperius !O8iOu1Pqh6 02/12/11(Sat)21:45 No.13881071
    I sort of agree with this. Can we sacrifice bits of ourself? maybe have five or so fragments that go to planets that can be harvested while leaving our sentient core that can issue orders... through lava!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:45 No.13881078
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    We have two sapient races? A race of humanoids with minerals growing on their flesh as a form of protection and the diamond turtle vikings?

    More importantly, what kinds of sapient races are evolving on the two moons?

    Which of the sapient species on our world do we favor?

    Also doing work sucks, the loser in the struggle for dominance should be preserved as a slave race to do all the menial tasks so that the winner can focus on fighting.

    Finally, have our rival planets in the solar system developed sapient life. If so, do we know what level of technology our rivals' races have reached? I assume our own sapient species are still in the caveman phase.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:46 No.13881088
    We need to inject our Thumbrocks onto Majora, and corrupt her species. When we've taken the sentient fucks down, punt our whorecomet into her, and look into our ability to survive without Jeff.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:46 No.13881096
    Yeessss... We shall send our children out to gather food, for themselves, and for us. Travelling from star to star, tearing worlds apart for their delicious biomass and succulent radioactives.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:47 No.13881105

    So their planet ecosystem is pretty much gone?

    Hey guys, what about we keep a small enclave of them arround? I mean, we wanted to conquer them, not commit genocide!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:47 No.13881106
    I have a feeling
    ohhh! ohhh!
    that the majorans
    are important! that the majorans are important!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:48 No.13881115
    There, let our lava critters live on our moon, evolutionarily diverge, then when one gains space-travel they can eat the other ones and we'll have the best of both races.

    Our job is to keep making badasses while Majora can coddle her new lifeforms.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:48 No.13881117
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    >> The Lovable QB 02/12/11(Sat)21:48 No.13881127
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    Forgot my name

    Anyway, Nuclear wars? Causing sapient flowers to die out? I need to read this thread.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:48 No.13881129
    Yeah but you know

    fuck em
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:49 No.13881132
    We need to plan even longer term, and figure out how we can into Bulk so we can always have fresh stars to supply us with delicious energy. And fresh matter to replace what we lose from proton decay.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:49 No.13881142
    With all the volcanic gases you're spewing out and their natural ability, they can survive just about any atmosphere, and their armor protects them from vacuum. Unfortunately, they still need to breathe. Except for the lava-beings, but sub-magma temperatures cause them to freeze to death, aside from their servitor-organisms.

    You try to use the eddies and currents of your mantle to communicate with them, but they simply interpret them as natural weather patterns. Some regions of the hive believe that you are sentient, though, and do get some limited messages across. When the volcano-to-Majora thing happened, these regions became much more numerous.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:50 No.13881149

    Second. Let our hive-mind creatures defend them. They might prove useful and be thankful for our intervention, but control their numbers!

    Imagine their bio-engineering on our side!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:51 No.13881153

    What the fuck is that thing in your picture? o.O
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:51 No.13881154
    I think we should into space

    Mama be so proud
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:53 No.13881168
    Show visible favor to the regions that believe you are sentient. Grant them extra resources, while limiting those of the nonbelievers.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:53 No.13881171
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    A character from Madoka Magica. It's written by the same guy who did Saya no Uta. You should watch it~
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:53 No.13881173
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:53 No.13881174
    My bet is on bloody delicious.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:53 No.13881175
    I am astonished that our atmosphere is compatible enough with our moon's that organisms can survive on both planets. I didn't think her atmo was dense enough to support even remotely compatible lifeforms.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:55 No.13881182
    We keep exchanging atmospheres via techtonic events and asteroid strikes.
    Deathworld, what are the organisms we sent to Majora doing?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:55 No.13881186
    I think she got most of her atmosphere from us, also we're a planet we really don't know what her shit has in terms of protective gear.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:56 No.13881200
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    rule 34 hours in mspaint
    >> Finn !!HHhltDERfw8 02/12/11(Sat)21:57 No.13881208
    Space is a fuckawesome insulator, there's nothing for conduction to work with. If they leave warm, they'll get wherever they're going warm. Visibly favor the groups that believe us sentient (per a previous anon) and send an expeditionary force of heretics at that asshole at the edge of our system.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:57 No.13881215
    I know she got most of it from us, but while that might give her roughly the same proportions initially, atmospheric composition changes a lot based upon what's going on at the surface level and planetary interior- volcanic activity, lifeforms changing things, and so forth. Not to mention that we'd need almost identical density for it to be breathable.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)21:57 No.13881216
    but but but

    Thumb isn't wearing a stained wife beater and drinking beer

    his is headcanon for me as it should be for everyone
    >> The Lovable QB 02/12/11(Sat)21:57 No.13881217
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    >and then anon was Yahweh
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)21:59 No.13881232
    You try to talk Majora into banging the whore moon, citing that you collided with quite a few comets in your day and that if she did it would bring the two of you closer together. She, confident that her new ecosystem (see below) can handle it, agrees. The whore is thrust into her crust, causing a major extinction event from which your combined descendants emerge the victors

    The Majoran ecosystem has adapted in creative ways to the influx of Thumbite organisms. The microorganisms assimilated almost immediately, while the complex organisms became symbiotic to compensate for their own lack of Thumbness.
    As time passes, Majora's ecosystem becomes a somewhat more hospitable death world than yours. Your smaller rock-wielding four-legged race is partly domesticated by the Lava-beasts, believing them to be Gods and the emissaries of the will of Thumb (which they totally are). They begin to organize, using tools and building cities. They ride the rock-beasts into the upper atmosphere, and colonize that area. They quickly adapt to the relative lack of sulphur and the incredible sunlight. In the name of the lava-beings and Thumb, they have become civilized!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:01 No.13881247
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    Yeah I think this displaces Tau Bitches Smearing Peanut Butter On Each Other as the weirdest thing I've drawn for /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:02 No.13881254
    GLORIOUS! Now we have to find some proper method of communication with them.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:02 No.13881256
    Reticulate Spines
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:03 No.13881260
    Fuck. Yeah.

    I love my bitchy moonwife. Foster our children's civilization for a while, then let's see about blowing this popstand for the larger universe.
    >> The Lovable QB 02/12/11(Sat)22:03 No.13881266
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    >colonize the upper atmostphere

    We have floating islands?

    Also, now that we have cities, what kind of politics is going on between the Lava-beasts? What about the cities? Are they concentrated in a single area like ancient Sumer or is this a global phenomenon?

    Also we should give the lava-beasts a real species name, since they've earned it by becoming sapient.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:04 No.13881272
    welcome to the interweb
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:05 No.13881276
    This is awesome, thank you
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:06 No.13881287
    The original Majorans could not breathe the Thumb atmosphere, as it was too thick and had too much sulfur. The new Majorans were decidedly un-cute genetic monsters, engineered by the originals (they were good at that sort of thing; they liked flowers) to survive on Thumb as a last-ditch attempt to survive and possibly make it habitable as their own species was dying. They fared poorly, unfortunately for them.

    Yes, but radiation is proportional to the fourth power of temperature; the lava-beings themselves have body temperatures so high that any long-distance journey would kill them; they could only survive the trip to Majora by banding together and impacting with such force as to penetrate her crust and reach her warm, wet insides, and impregnate her with their hivemind.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:06 No.13881288
    Oh man, maybe the whore's personality will rub off on her so we'll be able to get her to do even more kinky shit,
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:07 No.13881299
    She didn't have any room to object anyway, or we'd have just slapped her around.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:09 No.13881320
    Wtf, you fags turned our badass planet into a pussified, civilized place.

    I vote the outer planet has been secretly cultivating his own sentient species. Being farther away from the sun makes that planet's surface fucking frozen wasteland so life grew underground where shit was vaguely habitable. Having evolved with an existance where what you want you have to carve out of the fucking rocky interior of the planet with the hands He gave you, they know how to get shit done and get what they want.

    They want Thumb's motherfucking gold deposits.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:09 No.13881325
    Yes, let's continue to foster our hiveminded, rocky children. Get them to be nice to the help too, don't want a slave rebellion fouling things up for us.

    Begin work on the volcanic rocket engines, get ready to make our way out of the system.
    >> Hesperius !O8iOu1Pqh6 02/12/11(Sat)22:10 No.13881337
    A: I love you
    B: Do you have a website? I want to consume your art on a regular basis.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:10 No.13881338
    Our planet is still a death trap. Where the fuck did you get this pussy shit from? They developed sentience, and worship us a god. They can now better kill for us.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:11 No.13881346
    Civilized does not equal pussy. They're still crazed, cannibalistic murderers.

    Now they just murder planets instead of each other.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:11 No.13881348
    Archived again.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:12 No.13881362
    We'll need more mass for that. Is there an asteroid belt we can sweep?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:14 No.13881374
    you're going to kill everyone trying to accumulate more mass
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:14 No.13881375
    We ate most of them. We'll need to eat another planet before we leave. Be good training for the kids.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:14 No.13881379
    autosage is coming pretty soon!


    you shut your whore mouth, thumb is perfect as it is, and major just became inhabited by us!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:16 No.13881395
    We need to make sure that we communicate a lot with the lava-beings. Lesser lifeforms have such short memories; to keep them worshiping us we'll need to stay in communication most of the time.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:17 No.13881399
    mk01 on deviantart should serve to that end.
    (or kirsia.hwcommunity.com if you like them webcomic things)

    Oh just want to say, OP, before I give in to sleep, I'm having a lot of fun. Thanks.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:17 No.13881400
    Oh, how about the innermost world? It's nice and hot, should be nice to invade.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:18 No.13881415
    This. This is important to prevent apostasy.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:18 No.13881416
    What is going down on the night side of our world?
    We've kinda been ignoring it since we became tidally locked.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:18 No.13881421
    >tags: Celestial Bukkake
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:19 No.13881427
    Magma creatures shouldn't particularly care.

    Check in anyway.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:21 No.13881447
    >what kind of politics is going on between the Lava-beasts?
    Conflict between lava-beasts only occurs among those very far away, as the ones close to each other can hivemind better. Individual areas tend to want to propagate their own ideas as much as possible, and "idea wars" where two ideologies clash until one converts enough followers to emerge the victor, are common.
    >We have floating islands?
    Floating algal mats, some of them combined with rock-creatures from the surface. They grow thick enough along the equator to build on them, though large clusters of buildings aren't feasible; they have to be spread out.
    The main servitor race of the lava-beast has spread to the four corners of Thumb, colonizing large swathes. They have long known how to harness electricity, it being a natural ability, but only recently have been able to use it to make machines. They did so more quickly than humans, however, as they were under the guidance of the Lava-mind.

    You notice that the nearest planet, the one just slightly larger than Majora, has changed color recently, and you're not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing...
    Suddenly, a small group of ships comes from that direction! The Majorans, it seems, have barely survived our holocaust and have stationed ships in orbit to nuke our fair land! Luckily, they have only thus far hit the atmospheric cities and are bombing away indiscriminately otherwise, sparing the surface-colonies. They also don't suspect the existence of lava-beings. Satisfied that they have accomplished their mission, they land on Majora, exterminating the local populace.
    The servitors are angry, and are turning to the lava-beings to guidance. The lava-beings consult the flows. What do you plan for them?
    Also, everything on your planet is now immune to radiation, and also resist nukes to a much lesser degree.
    >> Finn !!HHhltDERfw8 02/12/11(Sat)22:21 No.13881448
    What type of messages can we send to the Church of the Children of Thumb?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:23 No.13881457
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:23 No.13881461
    We should definitely invade the inner world. If JEFF steps in, offer 'im a night with Majora to not interfere.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:24 No.13881466
    Express admiration at their aggression and amusement at their weakness.

    Direct that they are to be infected and eaten, so as to service the superior races and be elevated by that service.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:24 No.13881470

    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:25 No.13881484
    Laugh at them for being weak and mortal (assuming they find the lack of DNA passage via eating sad and pathetic.)
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:26 No.13881493

    At this point, you have become the lava-beings to work on the interplanetary timescale. Make Thumb proud; you may call upon his aid with the understanding that such things will take time.
    >> Hesperius !O8iOu1Pqh6 02/12/11(Sat)22:26 No.13881494
    Then invade the inner planet.
    Oh, and if we're victorious, start the tradition of building monuments as thanks to the Great Flow.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:26 No.13881496
    >>13881461 here
    Belay that. Time to end the Majorans.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:27 No.13881504
    Our first contact with another sapient race is going to be hilarious.

    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:31 No.13881555
    You know you'll just get burned from that deal, right?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:31 No.13881558

    Oh fuck no, that does it, sound the drums of WAR, we have to show those fucks that we arn't pushovers
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:33 No.13881571
    Fuck yeah, time for war. You do not fuck with Thumb, bitches.

    Deliver huge diamond hulls to the surface-dwellers for them to cram rockets into.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:33 No.13881572
    What are our options for retaliation?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:35 No.13881602
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    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:36 No.13881617
    To indicate that we have begun acting as an organism, rather than a planet, we have become the Lava Hive Mind to better serve the interests of THUMB.

    The servitors work feverishly to rebuild; after eating so many irradiated corpses, they became able to not only survive radiation, but sense it. They figure out how to mine uranium and other radioisotopes, and then their masters begin to call:
    The lava hive-mind then directs them to determine the exact nature of the laws of physics, since otherwise they cannot reach outer space. Science progresses at a rapid pace.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:37 No.13881626
    This Thumb war is ON!
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:37 No.13881633
    You currently don't have any, as they are too far away. You must direct the servitors to create options.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:37 No.13881634
    We Thumbites will not stand for such weapons that deny our brave warriors the rite of consumption to arms!

    We shall use our heat to meant through the hulls of the coward's armor, and feast upon their soft flesh!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:38 No.13881638
    Request the Most Holy Thumb to repeat the Space Bukkae of 2273 on that prick sending ships our way.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:38 No.13881643
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    THE LAVAMIND APPROVES. How long until we have a weapon capable of utterly destroying another planet?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:39 No.13881655
    we hollow out rocks
    fill them with our warriors
    move said rocks on top of volcanos
    use volcanos to launch our warriors
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:39 No.13881657

    Guys, GOD just told us to become great scientists.

    This is getting awesome.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:40 No.13881667
    And bless that unworthy surface with our holy magma? FUCK THAT NOISE.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:41 No.13881679
    Pah, has Thumb not forged us into the greatest race in the known universe? Are we so weak that we cannot carry out its commands without begging for aid? We do this on our own!
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:43 No.13881707

    Hitting the planet will be difficult, as it's hundreds of times farther away than Majora. Also, you would have to spend thousands of years building up your magma.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:44 No.13881710
    Construct dirty bombs.

    Kill them with radiation.

    Eat their corpses.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:46 No.13881737
    How goes the progress on developing anti-Majoran retaliatory measures? Any powerful lasers? Interplanetary missiles? Biological weapons?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:48 No.13881753
    Seeing as our beings can now sense uranium, they should be able to begin scientifically experimenting with radioactive materials, and then soon, build nuclear powered spaceships to deliver the righteous fury of Thumb

    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:51 No.13881776
    Thumb expedition forces need to have at least two basic types of space ships: war ships and colony ships.

    Colony ships are glorified flying chambers of magma with specialized drills, piercing the crust and aiming for aplanet's volcanos. Get Thumb's magma into that planets and assimilate it, converting every planet into an extension of Thumb's will.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:51 No.13881777
    Oh god. Here's our solution: All the craziest bits of Project Orion (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Orion_%28nuclear_propulsion%29) and Project Pluto (http://www.merkle.com/pluto/pluto.html) put together in one Radioactive Death Missile.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:51 No.13881783
    The servitors, through experimentation, gradually develop their rockets and vehicles.
    They are programmed to be self-sufficient and knowledgeable at birth, so that even the infants can be scientists. In addition, they breed prolifically (child-care is almost unheard-of on Thumb; you have seen to that) and reach maturity at merely 3 Thumbite years; this is necessary given that they live on such a death-world
    They progress ten times more quickly than humans. The first servitors knew of steam. A decade later they derived the maxwell equations. Three years after that they had chemical heat engines. And five years after that they had FUCKING ROCKETS! They managed to put nukes on them after an arduous 8-year process, and mass-produce them in 5 more years.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:52 No.13881794

    These. Nuclear powered drill ships.

    Get into the planet. Assimilate it's magma. Kill everything with volcanic firestorm. Eat the corpses.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:53 No.13881807
    i dont like where this is going
    we created the universes hardiest warriors and their letting nukes do the killing for them
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:54 No.13881820
    We're immune to radiation, right?
    Use unshielded reactors for tech, not like we need to waste resources protecting ourselves. This has the added benefit of making our tech difficult to harvest for outsiders.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:55 No.13881824

    They're getting too smart for their own good.

    Make sure that the magma beings gain all these advantages. Perhaps institute a religious ritual where honored Servitors are eaten by the magma-folk and integrated into the hive-mind (Either really, or supposedly) and keep the advantage over them.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)22:55 No.13881827
    YES! Project Pluto-esque ramjets become the main mode of transportation, and they propel their ships with NUKES!
    Pollution is never a concern, as everything can adapt to any toxin anyway.
    >> Hesperius !O8iOu1Pqh6 02/12/11(Sat)22:56 No.13881835
    I concur.
    We have nukes, all well and good for space warfare.
    But we need _ships_.
    I think we should find a way to make biological ships, we are silicates, after all.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:56 No.13881838
    Fuck dope-ass missiles and un-thumby weapons. Convert a planet's magma with colony ships. Assimilate the planet and create a web of the Thumb. Turn your enemy's planet against them.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:57 No.13881842
    Erm, as the lava beings program the servitors I would rather assume that they know everything the servitors do already.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:57 No.13881848
    how about, instead of using nukes, we create a kinetic projectile weapon, grown in biological sacs on the planets surface with techniques similar to the growth of the species exo-skeleton.

    These kinetic weapons can then be fired using nuclear powered engines, and thus, we can harvest their DNA for the hive mind the next day after the impact
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:58 No.13881861
    Subtext: We're going to be sending a few drills into Majora's backdoor soon.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:58 No.13881863
    Hell no. Nukes are for GETTING places. Once you get there, you RIP AND TEAR and infect the magma.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)22:59 No.13881871
    Battle Plan: Use Nuke rockets to get to where they are.
    Rip them to shreds,
    Honorably consume all fallen warriors
    Scientist servitors analyze their tech
    Use tech to invent more creative ways to get into melee combat.

    Any objections?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:01 No.13881879
    While the Servitors are of course going to be accomplishing things in the short term, in the long term Thumb still had some things to accomplish.
    That is, of course, working on gearing our supervolcano towards launching rocks filled with the magmabeings at distant planets.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:01 No.13881885
    Only objection is that we need to use drill ships to assimilate a planet and make it an extension of thumb. Otherwise that plan is solid.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:01 No.13881889
    None whatsoever. I would like to add the suggestion that our scientists develop Project Pluto jetpacks for our more stout warriors so that they can hurdle into melee combat at supersonic speeds astride a column of nuclear fire.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:01 No.13881893
    naw, this works
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:03 No.13881904
    battle tech should be all about removing the enemy's advantages and forcing them to fight to our own.

    Therefore, shutting down their ability to fight at a distance, and poisoning the environment.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:04 No.13881912
    Ours is the drill that will pierce the heavens?
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:04 No.13881914

    Yes... Nukes are just un-thumby. The nukes will be used to propel the diamond-like drill pod into their crust, taking a few brave lava-cells into their planet's mantle. Then we will make an armada.
    Meanwhile, the servitors are researching their own adaptatability, working to exploit it. They find that, by eating genetically enhanced foods, they can become better, faster, stronger. If fed a diet of vacuum-treated organisms, their bloodstream will develop defenses against decompression sickness. They don't need airtight ships, all they need is a source of air....and by feeding them anaerobic organisms, all they would then need is food to survive. The first generation of Spacer servitors have been born. Placed aboard nuclear-powered rockets and given adequate of food, they blast off in ships that would be deathtraps to any other species. They fly towards the inner planet...
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:05 No.13881917
    i like atmosphere poisoning
    when we infect planets we can have the volcanos spew sulphur and such
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:06 No.13881921
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    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:07 No.13881933
    Cripes, we're already getting scary.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:09 No.13881962
    Cultural aside: The servitors have taken to dying in innovative and creative ways to be fed upon and create a stronger next generation. In essence, a more extreme version of "jackass" is religiously significant and held as the most honorable way to die
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:10 No.13881974
    While we have rapeships heading to the inner planet we can make a few ships to finish off the majorans that returned to that fucking whore of a moon.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:11 No.13881977
    This genetic adaptability seems too mary sue to me.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:13 No.13881999
    they earned it, considering their enviorment
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:13 No.13882002
    Eh, we intentionally created the most hostile possible environment for our organisms to push them to be able to adapt to anything very, very quickly. That was the point.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:14 No.13882008
    You are now the servitor space marines. You have touched down on the planet, having bailed out just before impact such that the drillship you arrived on can penetrate the crust without killing you. The debris from the explosion and the sudden deceleration (caused, by the way, by a nuke) would kill a lesser organism, but not a Spacer. You land on the ground with a massive thud, all four legs bending under the acceleration, but your diamond-like exoskeleton holding strong. You can tell your comrades have landed elsewhere, while the region around you is desolate, killed by the drillship. It sickens you to know that such things cannot be eaten when killed, but these things are Thumbless monsters that do not give strength when eaten. They ought to be exterminated.
    But first, you and your brethren must feed. What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:15 No.13882024
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:17 No.13882036
    Use our radiation senses to find the nearest Majoran population center. Given the majoran's unthumby reliance on nukes they should be easy to sense.

    Once detected, haul spess mehrin ass and consume all majorans.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:17 No.13882041
    Galumph towards the most radioactive source you can detect nearby, should be some sort of power station.

    Meaning both food and the chance to destroy infrastructure.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:17 No.13882042
    Clearly we must contaminate the ecosystem with Thumbian microorganisms so as to make them worth eating.

    In the meantime, find something soft and kill it.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:17 No.13882043
    Eat the weakest of our group.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:18 No.13882060
    Decimate our own troops. Every tenth Spacer kills itself in some spectacular manner. The other nine out of every ten eat the tenth.

    Then, we go on the warpath and raze this pussified excuse for a planet.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:19 No.13882071
    Agreed, he/she/it would just slow the rest of us down.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:21 No.13882087
    We bring along anything for the ride? If not, can we tell if we can at least derive sustenance from the puny lifeforms here? If so, find a corpse and consume it.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:21 No.13882093
    Wait... could we have these magma-creatures under earths crust?

    What do they look like... at the start i imagined them as electric eels but the changes have come fast...

    This thread is better than i expected, but srsly. How can we develop culture without the prerequisits such as mating.
    Also there 'feeding' before pregnancy rather sounds like the reproductive system is in the mouth... instead of the sewer... i'll leave you to think of comparisons with humanity...
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:22 No.13882101
    If there's no available nutrition, every tenth marine kills them self and is consumed

    It is our way
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:22 No.13882108
    She/It is the most appropriate, after all any single entity can give birth.
    I propose that the corpse that was eaten to conceive you is your "father", while the living being that gave birth to you is your "mother".

    A huge insult is "Your father died of natural causes"
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:22 No.13882109
    All thumbians are asexual creatures, iirc.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:25 No.13882131
    This works, so from now on every one are SHE, until they die, then they are refereed to as HE. Unless it is never feed on, then it is IT.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:27 No.13882145
    The magma entities are clearly like enormous trilobites with huge mandibles.

    The surface servitors are like crab-centaurs with tentacle fingers and mouths in their "Chests" and no heads.

    The Space Marines are that, but COVERED in fucking weapons and armor.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:27 No.13882149
    not on thumb

    in fact not dying of natural causes would almost be a let down there

    a huge honor would be to claim someone died a worse death than natural causes would normally allow
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:27 No.13882151
    I desperately want someone to draw this.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:29 No.13882168
    Then, "he" would be a minor insult, wheras "it" is akin to saying you are beyond worthless, a thing to be cast aside as brutally as possible. I like it!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:29 No.13882169
    As a side note, assimilating planets and making them literal extensions of Thumb ensures that there's zero possibility of Thumbites getting soft as we can alter planets to Thumb's will.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:29 No.13882174
    One of them was injured in the blast and touchdown. It will have extra bone cells, that your children might have stronger bones, perhaps at the cost of weaker muscle; there is only so much a single generation can improve without weakening something else. Having fed, you release spores into the atmosphere. These will grow into full-fledged Spacers in time, and will probably be better acclimated to the planet, though in that case they would not be able to survive in space over long periods.
    You are reminded that your sense of smell is nonexistent and your ability to hear has atrophied to almost nil, but that concerns you little.
    Your bodies are covered in microorganisms. Every time we spit on the ground, we spread them. They will replace the native life, in time. Laboratory experiments have proven this; you have several research videos programmed into your memory depicting such an event. They grow and conquer, from the smallest colony until not a single heathen organism survives.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:30 No.13882181
    Language differences for the living/dead?
    I approve.

    We should collect all the awesome information on this world somewhere.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:31 No.13882189
    >>13882174 cont.
    You don't see much near here, but you can see something in the far distance. You move towards it along with your comrades; it is a town. The organisms seem to be in hiding, probably from the recent impact. They are weak. They fear death, for they cannot benefit the next generation with it. Such pitiful, disgusting beings. You look around, plowing through any building you find. Some topple easily, others are more difficult. In time, your brethren encounter natives and resistance. Their puny, cowardly projectile weapons cannot harm them, and they are put out of their misery as soon as possible. You carry on as such until you can find none left.
    They are pitiful beings. Half your height, and only two legs. Weak. Their ancestors had flowers, perhaps, but they have lost them from the cloud cover. They shall be eaten.
    You have no sense of taste; such a thing would be used to detect toxins, while for you it would only make the next generation stronger. But it feels squishy on the outside, and crunchy on the inside. It feels good.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:32 No.13882199
    Oh god. Our neckbearded planet is now playing with toy soldiers. Thumb is a fa/tg/uy... and a powergamer, to boot.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:33 No.13882209
    That done, find a source of radiation on the surface. It will probably be surrounded in lesser organisms. Kill them, and leave them uneaten to remind them of their worthlessness.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:33 No.13882210
    Consume biomass, disregard edifices!
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:34 No.13882218
    yeah, we min-maxed the shit out of the thumbites
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:35 No.13882225
    They're servitors. They don't need to smell. Only to see, and kill, and eat, and do science.

    Speaking of, we should think about breeding the Servitors into castes.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:36 No.13882241
    This shit is off the hook. Could you give us an over all view of our empire, the longest range with which we can deliver a payload of marines, what threats are in the area, etc. Just like a general "Alright, so here's where we stand."

    Also, we need to pay some attention to our bitch.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:37 No.13882244
    Let's switch back to being the planet for a moment. How's the interaction between Thumb, Majora, Jeff, and everyone else in the system?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:38 No.13882255
    I did really like to change in perspective to the marines, that's awesome.

    It's us
    We're the hivemind
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:40 No.13882269

    You cannot seem to find any nuclear signatures. The pitiful fools use shielding. This is somewhat unexpected.

    Your numbers aren't quite high enough to do that just yet. But you will wait. If they come at you with a new weapon, you will die purposely while the next one will kill the wielder. The others will then eat you, so that the next generation will be resistant to these weapons.
    Additionally, you can expect reinforcements in the coming weeks. More than one mission was planned, after all.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:43 No.13882321
    Whenever we send forces to a new planet, the very first wave of marines should try as hard as they can to be killed by any previously unencountered weapons, species, etc.

    Those who are killed in a new fashion by our enemies will never by forgotten by the hivemind and will achieve the Thumbite's highest honor - besides being a lava creature.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:43 No.13882323
    I believe we've begun to autosage gentlemen.

    Another thread, or do we schedule another day?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:45 No.13882337
    >You cannot seem to find any nuclear signatures. The pitiful fools use shielding. This is somewhat unexpected.
    Oh god, I laughed so hard. "Shielding? That's disgusting! Why would you DO that?"
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:45 No.13882341
    The genetic and physical differences between individual servitors are so great that organizing them into rigid "castes" would be too arbitrary and counter-productive.

    Currently it's only Thumb and Majora. Majora is scared of her creations by now, since they've left her and she's gotten into Thumb's kinky biosystem. They've been on better terms, though. Servitors and lava-beasts alike are colonizing Majora steadily, though an expedition to the outer system would be beyond their capabilities.
    >> Deathworldquest 02/12/11(Sat)23:48 No.13882373
    Not yet, but almost; I'll start another one anyway.

    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:50 No.13882385
    We need to load Majora down with a custom war-ecosystem and sling her into that shady outer planets orbit.
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:52 No.13882408
    Why waste Majora? Didn't we get a keiper belt object millenia ago into our orbit?
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:53 No.13882427
    Even better idea we turn her into a giant mass of lava and magma (will take along ass time) then we load it up with our people and BAM we have a world ship. for intergalactic travel considering how long it will taketo cool down
    >> Anonymous 02/12/11(Sat)23:57 No.13882475
    She and Majora...uh...Combined a few millenia ago.
    >> Anonymous 02/13/11(Sun)00:16 No.13882718
    new thread
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