Event: The thaw
It has been an unforgiving winter, the wind of change so fierce as to create such utilitarian creatures. Now, with a subtle tilt to the axis of the planet, temperatures rise again, liquid water can exist during the day, dirt can be seen again in patches. It is still the tundra, but the long winter is over.
Roll a 1d6: Animal life
1-the sudden change is too much for your species, in order to survive youve become smaller and more diminutive.
2-food is in abundance and so you grow in strength and size, but the lack of competition diminishes your intellect. retard strength.
3-The tundra is green again, and you can see far. Develop legs to stride fast and far.
4-It is mating season, evolve a way to combat your rivals, and display yourself proudly.
5- The change in environment has stimulated the development of a new form of sensory input in your creature (up down orientation, electrical sense, hyper-spectral vision, smell pheromones, etc.)
6. This more prosperous time has brought your creatures together into a tighter nit community, one step closer to a higher stage of sentience. (think the jump from squirrel to lemur or monkey, not lizard to man)
plantslife-nothing but good here.
1- the abundance of water causes your flesh to grow spongy as well as stimulating vine growth
2- grow a defense mechanism against the voracious herbivores.
3-evolve a root network to sprout new growths
4- Grow in size, become giant. lets see them eat all of you.
5- become carnivorous- whos eating who?
6- Develop limited mobility, your choice on how (gas sacks, crawling tendrils, burrowing...whatever)
/tg/ this is open to anyone, for any creature. go and have fun.