Time for more Evos! Let's get those family trees up and let's get started!This thread's current forecast? Extreme Drought with a dash of pandemic RIP AND TEAR!How to play:• Open an image of a species in MS Paint, or your editor of choice• Make one evolutionary change to that species• Save as .PNG!• Post your new species in the thread with a description of what evolution you've added and whyNotes:• Unless stated explicitly, no species ever goes extinct. Old species can still evolve, even if they're not on the latest "chain"• Try to make your evolutions gradual and realistic•Don't do a thousand evolutions on a single creature by yourself, let the other Anons try• Have fun
>>36819300is everyone waiting on chartguy?
>>36819520 I don't know. It was pretty Lively a second ago in the last thread
>>36819628oh well... reposting my last evoThe bennis root evolves to thicken their roots, making them better at absorbing the resources in the earth, which the plant stores in the well protected main root.
I'd be careful OP, posting one thread after another can kill the momentum as people get drained, sometimes it's better to hold off on te midweek slump and wait for Friday when more Anton's are online.
One more chart left.>>36819774>Anton's
Old, moldy bread >>36802090
>>36819950its on bump limit
>>36819774These threads can afford to be slower. They shouldn't be gone too soon
I'ma dump some charts already. Kerp Masterrace
>>36819993Thats why its moldy Its stale too,Im not eating it
Sats in all sizes.
And the Pholl.We're still missing the Fennet one.
>>36820079Uh, you missed the two new Welmak evos.
>>36820097>>36820110and the last Levipholl evo
>>36820110I'm just posting the charts, not making them. Feel free to update it yourself.
>>36820079>>36820097You can tell when some has been taken personal preference in a creature by evolving it in long lines with no splits or little artistic change
>>36819947 Are you the guy makying the fennet one?Cause we need it.
Meanwhile, in the upper ocean, the visual capacity of the Webbed Pholl has kept improving. It is getting harder to adapt against predators in the upper ocean.
>>36820151of course we will get attached to one or other species, we made them.>mfw good is attached to humans, thats why he doesnt end us
>>36820188Well, just give others a chance to improve ok? We don't want any special snowflakes in here, now do we?
>>36820011It's more that we're burning through the bump or image limits too quickly, then continue riding them down to page 10.Also, someone else has to do the fenet chart. I need to go to work.
>>36820300If one of us starts doing bullshit im pretty sure the rest will call us out on it. Not to worryi will just make one last evo for the penis root gromb and let it be
>>36820322Isn't that good though?
>>36820024the Micra Kerp worker gets new manipulatable apendages on their front apndages, so now they have 'clippers' to move eggs and larvae around.
>>36820097the parasitic pholls that do nothing but suck, now get sacks to store the blood in they suck up. constant suckage is now not required anymore.
>>36820462Do they have mobile larval stages?
>>36820538No they lay their eggs in the host whilst sucking it's blood
>>36820346 I got out down for shenanigans when I did that tallsat with hooves. I'll probably introduce them in this thread however
>>36820566So how do they spread?
>>36820615>>36820538>>36820462The original idea for them was that they lost all forms of locomotion in exchange for an extremely tough carapace that allows them to endure almost all elements, including long periods without food, stranded amidst the dunes. They're scattered by the wind, carried by the water and only once they come into contact with prey through happenstance, do they awaken from hibernation and start sucking.Exactly how practical this is, is up to you.>>36820462An interesting development has appearing in the Parasitic Pholl, now known as the Pholisite. Its proboscis has become more developed, into an armored segment of its own. This allows for the Pholisite to more easily lodge into the flesh of a potential host that stumbles across it.There is a downside, both for the host and the Pholisite. This adapted proboscis is easily removed from the rest of the body, making it easier for the host to remove the Pholisite if it only has its front-most barbs buried in its flesh. While the Pholisite is removed, its proboscis remains, buried in the meat and forming a direct passage between the host's blood stream and the outside world.Therefore, a host that incorrectly removes a Pholisite will rapidly start to bleed out. For this species, it is preferable to simply remain host to the malicious blood-sucking pest than to risk their lives getting rid of it.
>>36820670ticks do this, and they are one of the most succesful species of parasites.thing is, they can slooowly crawl rather than being completely inmobile
>>36820703So could that thing, if it has retained any kind of musculature. The barbs would work as poor man's legs.
bennisgroomb develop a thouger, more structural celular wall, this means that they are able to grow much larger, aiding them into reaching the best of sunlight for their photosynthesis
Meanwhile, the undergromb have been sifting through nutrients cast to the ocean floor. Some pockets of random mutation have given them different color patterns, they maintain their hard exteriors and continue to spread through their tuberous rhizome root system.They have been renamed filtergrombs
>>36820024Kerp confirmed for shit.
>>36820726their roots get thicker to to root their bigger structure
no last chart?
>>36820805The guy left before fennets got done.
>>36820820he left off to work
>>36820868well shit, did we archive the thread at least?
>>36820820 To go to work though, we may see him again.
>>36820917its still up, dipshit
>>36820941what the fuck are you talking about?
>>36820941Be nice anon. >>36820950
Rooted gromb with thicker bladder membranes keep their supportive shape much easier and lose far less water to osmosis and evaporation. This concurrently selects for mutant gromb that develop more than one leaf arm, as well as for gromb with bowled, woody leaves to better collect sunlight through their own refraction and focus.In remarkably few generations, nearly all rooted gromb are of this kind.
>>36820776As competition grows and Benisroots begin to overcrowd, they develop aerodynamic and primitive spores, secreted by their leaves to travel by air and spread
The Inland Gromb develops sharp protrusions around its base in order to deter would be predators
So any new stuff for my waleks since i've been gone?
>>36821283the benisroot develops more efficient Chlorophyll, resulting in a bright, slightly teal color
Eventually, Sun Gromb are growing an overlapping, thick spiral of leaves in parallel to their water sacks, like a chlorophyll dyson sphere.
>>36821702for what purpose?
>>36821713To capture the most light around what would otherwise be a barrier. Those gromb grow faster and healthier, meaning they breed better. It's like how pinecones developed. Except for a different reason.Evolution isn't always about powergaming. Sometimes it's just about make due with what you got just good enough to edge out everyone else, and then things get weird. If evolution were about being perfect and awesome and ideal, eyes wouldn't be fucked up and our brains wouldn't have to post-process and obsess over patterns so hard just to deal with the giant blind spot on them.
The armored fenish begins delving deeper to avoid predation in the less crowded waters they develop larger eyes to see in the darker environment
>>36821562 Mufuckin teeth.Mofuckin armoured plates Also read the fuckin old thread
>>36819300Is it considered taboo to have two evo threads running at once? Because I have some drawings and ideas that I really want to convert into an evolutionary thread.
>>36821956Just wait. This one isn't out of juice yet and two at the same time would indeed be stupid.
>>36821562They scavenge whale-I MEAN, levipholl carcasses now and compete with grey pholls over it. Ironically, levipholls swim down there and eat them sometimes.
An armored species group begins to develop sensitive nerves below their scales on the side, capable of feeling the vibrations of the water to a much larger extent than other fishes , helping them sense predators far better than other fenishes
Okay, can I get a recap on what prey species there are in the upper ocean other than armored fennets?
TO deal with the new influx of Neural signals, the Fenish Develops a larger skull to increase it's brain size
>>36820184Leviphol's motion of mechanism was never well explored. By sucking in water it inflates the partially hollow tubes, fanning forward, then contracting muscles collapse and pull the tubes inward towards the body, the water is taken in orally, and expelled out a rear orifice. This also serves as the "gills". Imagine half bat flapping, half cuddlefish.If this is an unacceptable step or fluff fill in, please consider it redacted.
>>36822292no its great.
The fenish Grows larger fins to maneuver easier in the lower levels of the ocean, where currents are not as strong
>>36820079Oddly enough, a strange variation of the flamboyant, colorful Gulper starts to flourish. The crude cutting limbs at the front have atrophied, with the creature instead developing over a hundred tiny, nub-like calcium deposits in its maw.The clumsy feelers at the front are used to wrap about a frond of some ocean variant of Gromb, so that its mouth can chew and grind, working down the plant matter with surprising speed - these herbivores are quite voracious, quickly dismantling any plant they come across, gorging themselves with enough sustenance to keep them going until they find their next Gromb.Also, a general tidy-up of the Gulper.>>36822292I love it, this needs to be kept.
>>36820024what no flat tail or trident kerp?
The splitfin Fennet split off fins grow longer allowing it finer control and greater propulsion
>>36822564Just saying.these things were brightly coloured because they are parasite eaters and want to advertise it not to be eaten
>>36822673We're not really at a point where creatures have eyes advanced enough to see colour. The only one with eyes that powerful are, well, the Gulpers themselves.Also, considering them going back to be being pure herbivores because a diet of just parasites is very difficult to live off of. Regression often occurs in nature.
>>36822740Actually, it is something that seems to slowly be more and more common. Fennet species picked up color vision to better pick up on camouflaged predators, if I remember right.
>>36822740It's the reason they got the colour according to the guy who made them is all I'm saying
Unable to rely on Water current's for movement anymore, The Armored Fenish's carapace fracture over the first three parts of the "plate", creating small scales to facilitate movement. The back "plate" close to the tail however remains.
>>36822845>>36822510>>36822147>>36822025Same file name makes it clear that it's the same person.You've made four evolutions in under the space of one hour, son. You might like them but please, don't over-develop them like crazy.
>>36819300Going to try do a Fennet tree will probs fuck it up.Did we decide if the Dino Fin Fennet was a thing? It seemed like it was just one guy making a dino
>>36822910Sorry, i didn't knew there was a time rule. First evo thread for me. I'll tone it down, while i will brainstorm for a bit. By the way, is an ankylosaurous style of heavy tail usable in underwater environments ?
>>36822927Might as well accept it, I've got no problem with it if no one else does.I'm willing to accept just about everything, so long as we discourage people from doing stupid things again in the future.>>36822959There's no strict rule about it, but:>• Try to make your evolutions gradual and realistic>•Don't do a thousand evolutions on a single creature by yourself, let the other Anons tryYou might've hit the realism note but it wasn't gradual, and you were rushing through lots of evolutions fairly quickly on your own.
>>36822089>nothingSeriously? Are armored fennets the only thing there is to eat in the upper ocean?
>>36823023All of the species that developed in the ocean before their descendants went either deep sea, aerial or land-based.These primitive creatures still exist, you know. They're not extinct unless a specific event occurs. So yes, there's lots of primitive little primordial critters occupying the upper ocean.
>>36822959Just wait for others to develop your evo before evolving it again. Pet species are harmful. Spread out, evolve other shit. See the rules man.
>>36822662The other Early fennet spin off (From the last thread.) Has developed isolated fins that help it propel itself faster also.
>>36820079Killersat branch off, Ghostsat. Minor mutation results in pigment loss,the ghost population stood out from their kin. It was their kin that became easy prey as they did not flee from the other Sats Cannibalism of other Sat's is the new norm for this species.
>>36820044the stickgromb is covered in a fine layer of sap and tiny fine hair like fuzz. The dirt, detritus, bits of food, and droppings are caught on the stick hair and absorbed back into the skin as nutrients.
>>36820024The mudkerbs sit at the bottom of the feeding chain still. It is a hard life, yet they endure, somehow still a little regal, moving with dignity. When threatened they can swing their whip clubs fast enough that the tip of the club causes an audible crack as it moves through the air. "back off before I slap your shit" is likely what the little kerp would say if it could speak. Indeed kerp, foes should check themselves before they wreck themselves.
>>36823331that's what the filter-roots already do,
>>36823429I don't think they had sap and fuzz. It's an efficiency boost.
>>36822927my shitty attempt enjoy
Top kek.I named the Sats and gave them their first mutation.It's weird to see it still going.
>>36821702By pure chance, one mutates into making a protein in the semi-transparent orb that absorbs light readily and releases it slowly. This lets it and its progeny continue to grow more efficiently even in heavily overcast days or during the night by glowing in the dark. It also attracts more sats, meaning it gets more irrigation -- and more attention from any possible herbivores.
>>36823487i see.>>36823331next time use the pic form previous threads instead of the tree, much less hassle to re-edit, and it will have the right size too.
>>36823699Thus only the glowmb with the biggest leaves got the most out of their bulb and got the most pure sunlight when direct sun was available.
>>36822927 I only made two evolutions on the Sail Fennet. I don't know how many more helped
>>36823597The divergent pair of flying fennets change color over time due to breeding isolationOne brighter orange...
>>36823937>>36823597The other yellow...
Still eating Armored Fennets but increasingly reliant on more primitive Fennet strains, the Webbed Pholl develops another pair of mandibles. Small but powerful, their main purpose is to hold prey in place to give the larger mandibles more "chewing time".
>>36823597I meant for the Sail Fennet to evolve from the first wing fennet. That's why they are the same colour. It just looks less doofy that way
>>36823978A replication defect causes the heads of yellow fennets to split down the middle. Four mouth parts and rudimentary binocular vision prove to be powerful mutations for a flying predator.
I can't believe I did the SAME SHIT as that other guy. Yellow flying fennets are cursed.
So, we've had the aggression last for quite a while now, the drought even longer.I propose that we roll for another event, bringing the drought to an end at the same time whilst the rage effects continue on for a little while longer. Is anyone in favour, or do you folks want to stick with the current set-up for now?
>>36824339Roll for completely new stuff. But if it has anything to do with getting hotter and less water throw it in the trash and roll again cause drought is getting old.
Rolled 14 (1d20)Right then, lets roll on the 'TABLE OF MISFORTUNE!'https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CKg7H6g3sTO1yVji7iLDAcSfY5GRhlvSHfp5du9WHCs/edit?usp=sharinglets hope for something better than drought.
Meanwhile, the arms race in the deep continues. The Grey Pholl develops nastier shapes mandibles that not only assist in ripping apart carcasses but in catching their Walek foes and exploiting their unprotected areas. On their part, the Waleks have evolved broader tails for greater speed and tiny little legs with can be used to grab the body of a Grey Pholl so it easier to deliver killing blows.
>>36824407well, that's certainly not drought...
>>36824407And in a surprising reversal we have an ICE AGE!>Global Cooling! The next age is an icy one, the seas have mostly frozen over and the land is struck by perpetual blizzards. The planet has become cold and unforgiving, a frozen ball of ice kept cold by nights that seem to last for eternity.hope all you creature have a warm coat available.
>>36824424gg land life, nore
>>36824379No rerolls. Half the point of the game is evolving to adapt with what we're dealt with. If we get drought again It should probably wipe out some of the older sats and force the mud kerps to evolve more.
>>36824407>SUDDENLY MOTHERFUCKING ICE AGE.Idle curiosity, are any of our species warm-blooded yet? If not, ooooooh boy.
>>36824435>mfw i have just the idea for the bennisroots to survive thanks to their hyperactive chrolophyll
the air grombs develop larger hydrogen sacs to float higher and stay in the warmth of the sun, only dropping down to skim the clouds for water.
>>36824510And where, pray tell, do they get nutrients?
>>36821576The benisroots, able to sustain themselves thanks to long, thick roots that slowly make their way into the nutrient filled soil are faced with a dilema: there is less sun with each passing year.To solve this, their already advanced chlorophyll develops a "color" changing ability, maaking them able to use all the little avaible, even the one thats reflected from the soil.. and eventually, the snow
To avoid the freezing waters above, the Levipholl is now a full time deep sea hunter. It develops a curious pattern of luminescent spots on its head that lure prey in the darkness.
>>36824407>People using my table I feel special guys
>>36824705You made it in comic sans on purpose though didn't you.
The cave fennets find themselves remarkably unaffected by the ice age, living underground already. Because they can't see anything their eyes continue to shrink, and are now practically useless. In order to be able to sense something they grow whiskers which they can use along with their tongue to feel their way around.They also lose the obvious segmentation of their head and body, so they can squeeze through small gaps.
Since their environment contained no vision based predators, the Walek had nothing to lose by developing bio-luminescent spots; in fact, it made finding mates significantly easier.
>>36823937The orange flying fennets become large and builds up fats to keep warm
>>36823699The glow protein turns out to be effective in keeping the water it surrounds from freezing in most temperatures. Those glowmb that don't fill to capacity, even when surrounded by the snow they mush and melt, don't fall victim to their bulb bursting during the coldest months and harshest storms. In the new climate, losing water from evaporation through large leaves turns out to be deadlier in the cold than the benefit of gaining from the sun and that, paired with the heavy amount of reflected light the ice age brings with it in the snow and ice, makes it possible for the manlet leaved glowmb from the last age reign supreme over its jaunty competitors. These tiny changes are both adapt or die.
>implying I'm not retardedkill me
>>36824735Whatever do you mean Anon-kun
>>36823978the Greater Yellow Flying Fennets began growing short fuzzy protrusions from their backnot the best but better than nothing in these cold times>inb4 doppelganger
As the skies cloud and the sun weakens, sub-sea life goes on. To deal with the new reduced amount of light, the Levipholl gains a muscle in it's eye spots that allow it to focus a magnifying lens-like clear disk. This gives it better vision in the dim light.First evo after lurking evo threads for a year. Hope it isn't too bad
>>36824631Over time, as the snow and other maladies start wrecking havoc on plant life, the benisroots develop tougher skin, this bark like substance is effective at keeping colder climates in check...but something else might be needed, as spores are slowly but surely becoming useless in spreading the species
The Kerptaur adapts to the new environment with relative ease. It's spiked legs which previously allowed them to move through sand with ease now allow them to move through snow. It's longer legs keeping its body above the freezing ground.It feeler arms develop from additional prongs which it uses to dig into the snow on the ground or the Ice covering the rocks and plants to hold itself in place when the icy blizzards sweep the land. The prongs can still be used to stab and impale prey that they find but can now also grip the prey, allowing them to bring it up to their mandibles.
>>36825135im an idiot... also, the bark is lighter in color, to repel the excess radiation reaching the trunk
The weather is not as kind to the Dune Kerp as it is to the Kerptaur. With the vast majority dying from the freezing cold, there are only a handful that survive. These are the ones with a more primitive structure, less segments and less exposed surface area. The smaller number of segments might expose the Dune Kerp to the elements less but it also has the disadvantage of making them less flexible, unable to curl into a true ball.Nonetheless, they're forced to adapt to their new environment in behavior as well. Using their claws to break through ice and snow to reach the warmer soil beneath, they nestle themselves in it with their shells partially exposed, focusing on keeping their limbs and vital organs warm first. They spend most of their days half-submerged, only moving if the snow threatens to cover them completely or if a prey creature is stupid enough to come close. They live as ambushers now, first and foremost.
Question, does the fennet have a skeleton? The base one, not the evolutions
>>36825283stop giving me ideas
>>36825283Benisroot and baginatrunk
>>36825296No. None of the base creatures have skeletons, save the prepredators which have exoskeletons
>>36825139 Kerpitaur op ples nerf
can species change their diet? like kerps becoming omnivore?
The bifurcated flying fennets develop larger proportions. Longer tails mean they can atrophy muscle for emergency energy; larger sails mean they can ride heat thermals to the cloud layers in order to chase the sunlight and survive blizzards by coasting with them; and the larger heads mean their characteristic mutations give an even more powerful advantage.
The only surov that are able to survie the cold snap are those which have the major parts of their body below ground. There they go into an kind of plant-hibernation until they snow thaws and they rapidly grow new leaves to absorb as much energy before the next blizzard comes through.
>>36825423>humansGee, anon. I dunno.
>>36821474The Inland Gromb's skin thickened to protect its juicy insides its leaves also became spindly and fern-like to preserve energy
>>36823389The mudkerbs are eternal, the mudkerb endures the ages. While this story is the truth of their species, the smaller tales weave one of woe and ultimate triumph.The frozen ground proved too hard for those that were trapped above as the frost set in, fleeing in hopes of finding salvation, they found only death and ice. Those under the ground as the permafrost set in found themselves...trapped under ice.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=455-CIgc7coThe fate of those trapped under the ice became unknown, but for those lucky few who lived near true everlasting mudpits, life was more or less the same. You see readers, the mudpits endured the drought the same as they endure the ice age, by being naturally occurring hotsprings. With the drought over, and more water, there is actually more mud at these locations which is pretty great. just really super great.In the end the Albino Mud Kerb survived best due to it's normally fatal mutation.*also, long long drought, begining of sudden winter. Planet is on a very slow orbit around a star on an erratic or elliptical orbit, coming in close and then far away. brutal.
>>36823244Ghostsats legs are a thermal liability. Those with shorter legs survive, and also develop a shivering trait to generate heat, shivering results in increase calorie burning, which creates hunger. Sorry other sat species :(
>>36825139>>36825468how big are these?
To save energy and keep warm, the orange flying fennets change color. With this color change, comes a behavior one. The green flying fennets will land atop a floating Gromb's hydrogen bladder. Their new coloring allows them to blend in and thus stop any animals on the Gromb from attacking. Now, these creatures keep warm by sheltering on the heated hydrogen gas bladder and sleep there instead of the snowy ground
>>36825668With spores slowly being unable to help their species, nuts are developed, essentially spores contained in hard shells with a protective "meat" high in oils.Even with the new form of reproduction, most nuts are a message in a bottle in that most of them will never reach their destiny. it is truly a dark age for the benisroot... so much that their nuts fall off
>>36825751and this is my last adaptation for the night... im afraid that my beatiful beatiful trees will not survive this endless winter...
>>36824948Short-leaved glowmbs begin to get selected for upward turns. Those with this feature are better protected against the cold, experience even better ice resistance in their bulbs, and make better use of all the different kinds of ambient light available.
>>36825039the Greater Yellow Flying Fennets possibly due to the recent food scarcity, develop pack a mentality and begin hunting riskier prey, like The Kerps
>>36824808are these in the deep ocean?
>>36825889what do they eat?
>>36825900Dead stuff that's sunk down their.
>>36825876The very deepest. They're on the lava layer.>>36825468A mating arms race begins selecting for bigger body sizes, longer claws, and higher aggression. Eventually, two-eyed fennets become individual ambush predators, diving at break-neck speeds on smaller game -- especially yellow fennets, snatching the smallest ones from their packmates and catching the bitter winds to sail away in the confusion. The prety of the two-eyed fennets are eaten without landing, thanks to their dextrous jaws.
>>36826052I put the image on that time. I know I did. Damn you, 4chan.
>>36825920THANK>>36822845Delving deeper and searching for food, some Armored Fenish began taking a carnivorous diet of these specifically >>36824808its bioluminescence helped The Armored Fenish find them
Not the guy who did a bunch of these in a short time, so i hope it's not minded that i change these little fishes.>>36822845the deep water ones lose there armour in favor of speed in the depths, as well there eyes get smaller instead using there sensitive nerves on there sides for navigation.
Ah damn. >>36825291 got posted while I was making this.Some of the dune kerp evolve to hide from their flourishing predators the kerptaur. Their coloration changes slowly to blend in with the now snowy and icy landscape.Most of these "Snowball Kerp" Spend most of their time in the ball form, Only emerging when they feel the familiar vibrations of small prey.Others, desparate for food. Scratch their way through the iced over mudponds in an attempt to find any mudkerps. Some are beginning to show signs of small barely visible hairs poking up from between their armored plates, an additional sign of adaptation to the cold.
>>36826171forgot pic>>36826082did we both really just do this?
>>36826071Relying on being able to see quick targets from high in the air, seeker fennets rapidly develop powerful eyes capable of precisely seeing a wide range of distances.
>>36826226now you are prey
>>36826226Left a watermark buddy
>>36826257Does it have a four sectioned mouth?
Real talk time. All sats are pretty much extinct, right?
>>36826317Yes it does. The two section mouth fell victim to the same effect that give it two eyes out of one.
>>36826279deep sea competition sounds fun!>>36826315I know i'm terrible i'll fix it when i get some time to
>>36826357nope to the evo, or nope to extinctions, or nope as in nopenopenope
>>36820377The female kerp's blood pouches adapt into poision sacs, so that it may inject its prey with a paralysing venom. It is then they bring back their prey to their hive. Female kerps no longer hunt independent of a hive, and start hunting in packs. Hives no longer clean parasites off of sats, instad favoring to carry them back to the hive where the horror begins. warrior kerps and worker kerps, adapting to the cold, clump together and shiver, generating heat. can I suggest the next adaptation be parasitic eggs? giving the eggs a tauntaun jacket seems like a good idea
>>36826424>nope to extinctions,>>36826082due to the relative lack of predators in the deep, The Armored Fenish increase in size. the eye become a bio-luminescent red, which assists in finding mates
>>36826474>Dat Spoiler Oh yess anon. Oh yess.
Competing with other flying fennets and to combat the Sats below their nests, green flying fennets(from now on known as green flynets), that have an extra way of fighting prosper. The main advancement is a small bladelike stinger on their tails. With a tensing of their muscles, the green flynet can sheath the blade in a crevice on it's tail. This allows it to bed down on a Gromb without cutting a hole in it.
Anybody got a picture of the watcher fennet?
>>36822564The evolved, nub-filled mouth of the Gulper has revealed itself to be surprisingly talented at chewing through ice, in instances where the gulper needs to gnaw through various frozen barriers in order to get delicious vegetation.As for actual evolution, the Gulper seems to have developed a new set of crude limbs, having a habit of using all four to clear its mouth of ice and also keep itself warm through friction and rubbing them against each other and itself. In addition to this, the Gulper now has an oily coat, useful for keeping ice from clinging to it and to move through the chilly waters with ease.Yet through the ice, the advanced gaze of the Gulper sees a strange sight, a glow that belongs to something that is not the sun. Lured by the distant Glowbs, kept away by a barrier of ice, the Gulper dreams of air.
>>36820079the toenail sat's covering envelops it as a protective shell in the snow and also works as camo
>>36826710Thats some lovecraftian shit right there
>>36825847Despite their armour plating and large size, the kerptaur finds itself as a prey for species other than itself for the first time in many generations. The skyward attacks eventually lead to those who have better eyesight from their rudimentary eye to survive, fighting back against the attackers it can see by biting onto them with its pincers. Over time, Their eyesight inproves greatly as does the flexibility of their "Neck", allowing them to look upwards.Note the image shows the same evolution in two different poses.
>>36826424They aren't extinct but they aren't doing well either.
>>36825051Actually, that's a Webbed Pholl (although after recent changes, I propose that we dub this species "Eyepholls"). This is a Levipholl:>>36824650Levipholls don't have eyes, but luminescent spots. Also, you missed an evo:>>36824068Still, you made a pretty cool evo.
>>36826528>due to the relative lack of predators in the deepForgetting that Levipholls are full time deep sea hunters, are we? Anyhow:Welaks are able to see a wider spectrum of light than Armored Fennels. It takes quite some time, but eventually their bio-luminescent patches change the light they give off until it is almost entirely undetectable by Armored Fennels, while still being completely visible to its own kind.
>>36827187Whoops, missed a spot.
>>36827187I thought Levipholls didn't swim that far downanywho >with the growingly undetectable prey at hand, the Armored Fennels develop smelling capability
>>36827333They've been diving deep since last thread, and they've been full time deep divers since>>36824650Props for developing smell, I thought for sure that the two species were going to have an arms race over what spectrums they gave off and perceived.
The Grey Pholl has many better days. With new competition showing up and the old competition getting better, everything's gone to hell in a handbasket. But they haven't gone extinct just yet; instead, they stick to the ocean floor, and their fins have evolved in a strange way to accommodate this. It has the unexpected effect of enhancing their senses.
Some of the northern digsat on the uppermost peninsula now dubbed the Ramos Peninsula by captcha, become more inactive as the temperatures drop as the ice age began to approach, progressing into a period of inactivity that could last through the whole winter. They fatten up during the short summer, dig down to just below the frostline, and hibernate. When spring comes around, they return to the surface and make their way to the sea to mate.On the rest of that continent, those which survive instead begin stock up on food, stashing it in their tunnels, and live off of that for the long, cold season. Like their Ramosan cousins, they go to the coast in spring for mating.>tl;dr: circled area hibernates. Rest of continent stores up food. Both mate at the sea in spring.
With faster, and more stealthy prey, the Levipholl must adapt. The ones with more flexible and longer jaws prosper, taking over the deep sea. Over many generations, the jaws split into three joints. When they close their jaws, the right(the animal's right) one slides over the left to form a more complete seal that traps smaller prey
>>36826812Even though many kerptaurs were able to fight back the green flynets, the later's pack behaviour overwhelmed our little brown monsters. As a consequence, only the strongest and largest kerptaurs left descendants, and the species grew in size.Comparison between the green flynet, the kerptaur and the hercules kerptaur.
>>36827712Fourth evo thread and I still don't get those fucking Sats designs.
>>36824407should we roll for icecap size? I don't think we had one before and the current situation certainly warrants the formation of polar icecaps
>>36826257With only the senses of contact, head, and sight, seeker fennets are extremely specialized. This last sense has been under such monumental pressure due to the species' predation method that it's leapfrogged in the same way deep sea critters have: a broad range of light is funneled and interpreted by seeker eyes, including deep into the infrared. Those with this ability find hunting much easier, as well as finding mates among and through clouds, due to the ability to see the heat radiating off bodies in contrast to the deadness of the snow.Throughout countless generations, seeker toes have gotten longer and longer membranes both for use as wind rudders and to flag in courtship. This has had little real effect on survivability, but a noticeable one on mate selection.
I fucking give up. No more from me. Shit. Cunt. Damnit.
>>36824435>And in a surprising reversal we have an ICE AGE!God, it seems a lot longer than a year and a half ago...https://archive.moe/tg/thread/25387027/
To assist in wrassling prey and rival males, as well as hanging onto mates, male Welaks evolve longer legs, while the females evolve different colors and more luminescence to distinguish themselves from and make them more attractive to males.
>>36827712One species of Sats (let us call them "Badger Sats") has seen its females develop special water-pouches to help insulate their eggs, while the claws of the males grow even larger, not to maintain the nest, but to keep thieves away from the family's food stores.
To get at the food on the ocean floor, Levipholl gain flexible necks to scoop up the flat Grey Pholls. This leads to them getting a mouthful of muck along with the meat, but its worth it.
>>36827812>>36828803Do we have a divergence here, or is this just a case of a missed evo?
>>36824551from when they are rooted, before taking off, have you not read the previous 4-5 times that was asked?
>>36828842Divergence, different means of getting food and genes
>>36824551They only live around volcanoes and grab dust and ash from the air
Air-Grombs develop a fine covering of fluff to hold in warmth, the hairs push up during the day to allow sunlight and heat into the Gas-Bladder and then close it at night to hold in the heat, this also makes it easier for Sky-Sats to stick to the Gromb.
>>36828670 Due to the extreme cold of the of the frozen earth the Southern Digsats, Molesats if you will, have developed a thick, fatty skin to combat the chill, of course to support this greater weight they also have formed a more complete skeleton. The males have also have more developed muscles to dig through the cold packed earth easier.
>>36828187Oh jesus, I remember the glik hive dragons, That was the first thread I ever saw, and up until then I thought the idea of playing these sort of evo games was solely my own.
>>36828852In an ice age? Above the cloud layer? In the species that has abandoned being terrestrial entirely?
Map update, sorry for killing the thread today guys. i'll try and make it up tomorrow and get it rolling hopefully we'll have this map full and ready by the start of next week.I'll be around if you want to ask question, i'll probably start the new thread around 9 tomorrow (its midnight here so in 9 hours) hope to see you around then.
>>36829518u wut m8
>>36829518hahahahahahaha wrong goddamn thread :P
A strain of Watcher Fennet forms a rudimentary skeleton and elongates, causing the evolved Fennet to swim faster and better than before, so it can hunt more prey.First evo pls no bully
>>36829470when did they abandon being terrestrial? the plants grow near water, which is harder to find now yes, and once enough Hydrogen has been built up in its gas bladder it leaves the roots behind to spread the seeds, or at least that's how i have understood it in >>36820044
>>36829535planning on updating my waleks soon and posted in the wrong thread
>>36829553No Harm done
>>36829470I'm more concerned about how temperatures actually drop the higher you go.
>>36829593 Maybe they float at a lower altitude?
>>36829593they've been living in and above the cloud layer for several years, its probably quite resistant to cold already, so i dunno.>>36829728a quick skim of the last thread shows lots of people asking about how they live solely in the air, and every time its answered with 'they don't, they grow on the ground' so i dunno, can you find the quote or post number? i may just be missing it.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CKg7H6g3sTO1yVji7iLDAcSfY5GRhlvSHfp5du9WHCs/editUpdated the table, taking recommendations for other changes. The idea is that this can be used for any thread, just change the species for the Contagion event.
The Deep sea walek grows bio-luminescent tassle that it use uses in its mating dance.
>>36829801I'm trying to find it. I thought it would be between when gromb are last referenced using normal root structures and when they begin to have glider webs, sats start having tribalistic mutualism out of sheer aerial survival, and all that nerve nonsense.
>>36830039It was an abvious attempt at recreating the wild success of the photohummels.
>>36824631Some spores from the dieing breed of Benisroot are carried in the wind across the sea to the south to the two continents on the bottom of this pic >>36827712. The shift in temperature at the pole was too much for what lived there, leading to a localized mass extinction.Strains of Benisroots with spores resistant to the most chilling winters of this world quickly took over this land. The plants spring up for the short summer, release their spores, and then die when winter rolls back in.The two at the bottom look like they're connected by a narrow land-bridge. With captcha, I'm calling the right Motan, and the left Mitti
>>36830034Holy hideous overdesign, batman
>>36823184It's fins move further away from it's two tail protrusions, which float in the water behind it. Over time they become attuned to vibrations in the water, allowing it to sense when large animals swim nearby.
>>36826721instead of a body tight suit that looks like it was filled in with the bucket tool with no regard for aesthetics, some sats' shells have their own form, giving more room to the sat inside. The weight makes smaller but sturdier legs favourable.they end up very cute.
>>36827812the 'eyes' of the Levipholl develop in such a way that there are two main spots, that become a lot more potent, wihile the rest of the spots devolve into small light sensitive spots, used to get a better sense of the surroundings.
>>36828092>>36828112the seeker fennets' legs wander down their body, so they can more easily defend their whole length against sats and other fennets.
The sail fennet find themselves woefully unprepared for the reversal in conditions. Because their sail is so good at getting rid of heat, many of them die off within months if not weeks. However a few have a rare mutation whereby they deposit fat into their sails, effectively becoming a hump of fat they can feed on during long periods of cold.They also become whitety-blue cause all the orange ones got eaten already.
A divergent of the armored fenish develops the Bumb on it's head to a fully grown horn. Their main tactic now is to use their superior speed to impale their prey. The horn is also used to battles between males in the mating season
>>36826474So, combined with the info from previous threads, here is how these babies hunt: They lurk underground with their green apendages above ground, spreading pheromones and mimicing plants. These 'plants' are coated with a chemical that drugs any herbivores that munch on them. The Kerp will then bring his mouth above ground, slowly injects poison and then drag the prey underground.Boy, these guys are nasty killers.
>>36820079the flamboyant sats gain more body fat to store warmth in.
>>36829256These should be called Brosats.
>>36831678>>36831822>>36829558>>36828112Hey kids, do you know what these 4 animals all have in common?They all evolved from the same organism. Isn't evolution amazing.what if our world was created by a whole bunch of gods playing an evo game? spooky.
>>36831822the horn proves so useful in the contest for females, that soon the males with the biggest horns pass down their genes the most.
>>36831962Is this going somewhere or is it a joke?
>>36831948now that you say it, we really got pretty focused on the fens this thread. Which is fine, they were underdeveoloped only one and a half threads ago.
>>36831997It's a fish with a horn. why u have to be mad about a fish with a horn?
>>36831997it's neither, it's how shit like that happens. The stag with the biggest antlers gets the most women, passes down his genes. The peacock with the biggest halo gets the most women, passes down his genes.Both of those traits are not benefitial to induvidual survival, but are extremely developed because it means getting bitches.
>>36832003But the wo dinsaur ones where solo-evolved, so it's not really fair.
>>36831997and seriously, this 'going somewhere' attitude is the biggest bain of evo threads.because somebody was 'going somewhere', instead of just evolving as seemed fit, >>36830034 this overdeveloped strain with no divergence came to be.
>>36832003Don't worry about it, that tends to happen in these games. Primordial had Worems, mine had Flippers.
>>36832018Hey, I did a few of those and I wasn't the only one, so maybe people just really like lizards with wings and stuff.captcha:ofpol How did it know?
>>36832018yeah, that's pretty shitty, but happens if nobody steps in.
>>36832055he means the ones with the single fin on the back. that one got solo evolved.
>>36832055I did a few of those as well though...
>>36826474since they don't need to hunt anymore and get fed by the females, the males' feeding apparatus changes into pincers, which can be used to cut down grombs and use them for nest maintanence or to carry eggs in.
Made a scale chart for some of our land-boys. Feedback?
>>36824794the cave fennets finally lose their eyes, and some reposition their feet for better movement.
>>36832434the shell sat is definitely smaller, he that shell would crush him. The tall sat could be that big, but with that much armour, it would need stronger bones.also I think I remember that the hunter kerp are like three times the size of micra kerps, and I didn't think the Sail fennets are that big.All in all, I'd thought there to be more variance.
>>36832450ohThe cave fennet who live on the northern island diverge from their mainland cousins. Their eye also completely dissapears, but instead their limbs become thinner, to better reach for food in crevices, relying mainly on their tail for movement.
>>36832463I figure the Micra Kerp have caught up by now since they need to be big enough to drag their prey undergound, and they're not just hunting Molesats.
>>36832526>I figure the Micra Kerp have caught up by now since they need to be big enough to drag their prey undergound, and they're not just hunting Molesats.yeah, with the females I'd agree. Not the guards and workers though, they rely on numbers. I'd say there would be quite the difference. A female would be as big as the guard on your chart now and a guard half that.
>>36832513don't hog a species. According to yuor image name, that's the seventh iteration you have done of the vace fennet, and you don't even continue the strains other anons make of it. let others do stuff with your 'pets' (which they aren't), and evolve different things.
>>36832539Okay. I'm going to try to make a better scale chart, with some remarks on different species. Any remarks?
>>36830034>>36831177What the fuck? Have you guys even been paying attention to previous evos? Levipholls have never even had eyes, for fucks sake, those green things are luminescent patches. How do those 'devolve' into light sensitive spots? And that Walek blatantly ignores the last 3 evos, all of which concerned luminescent patterns used for mating.
>>36829256Brosats get stronger back legs still, with smaller nails than their front legs. Also, a little colour change happens due to the more in fat in the hide.
>>36832628shit. I made that Levipholl. I thought I missed somethign substantual and they got eyes. My fault. If I can, I redact this post.
>>36832628>Levipholls have never even had eyes
>>36832743yeah, but look at their hind tentacles: The ones I mistakenly evolved wrongly are not the ones that have eyes.
>>36820097Super late, but Fennets
>>36832699Eh, just rewrite it as "The complex-jawed Levipholls develop a new pattern of luminescent spots that seems to attract prey better." Heck, I think I could even make a new divergence on that point.
>>36832758YOu missed out THe New scaled and Horned ones m8
>>36832794some of these leviapholls develop a set of stiff hairs along the inside of their mouthparts to let them know when they actually have a prey animal in their mandibles
Ok this is taking some time. I was going to put a lot of our animals on it, but I'm going to eat first, and then I have to get to class. If anyone wants to change or add something already, go ahead, but just warn us first. That way we won't have two people working on the same thing.Oh yeah, and feedback is still welcome.
>>36832982The 'near extinction' signs are for evolutions that are a lot less viable now and almost seem prehistoric. Although some of them are newer than things that aren't near extinction, it's because they have a conection with other creatures that are also nearing extinction. It's rather subjective, so feel free to give you opinion. I was also going to draw some markers to show which animal eats what. I think it's more fun if we have creatures in different sizes but with different foodsources and prey. Like >>36832463 pointed out.
>>36832982>>36833012And feel free to add ,names. We need more names. Ok, sizefag out!
>>36832982I don't know if especially the land gromb with the dot would go extinct. They have a great symbiosis going on.
>>36833039You're right, I forgot Molesats are still a thing. Man, we have such a complex world going on already.
Fennet feed voraciously on surov when they emerge during the thaw, greatly reducing surov numbers. However the surov which earlier developed poison are eaten less as the fennet don't appreciate the nausea.tldr; the only surov left are poisonous.
>>36833072then these guys are actually small?>>36832982
>>36833039>>36833056It should still have some sort of adaptation to the conditions, however.
>>36833104I'd say fennet are about igauna size by now. I think surov are slightly bigger than what it shows in >>36832982But that's just my feeling on them.
>>36833133I thought they were grass-like?
>>36833168Yeah, grass size is prob right.Then I guess my >>36833072 picture is just terribly out of scale then. Just imagine the fennet bigger.
Here's an updated Pholl chart. To whomever feels like making the other charts, can we all agree to make a note of which evos occurred when the Ice Age began?Also what do we have for undersea plant life, that shit needs to evolve too.
Here's a new version to maybe better show scale.
A new divergence of Fenish appears, with a larger horn. They now move to the upper water, with a size large enough to antagonize the Levitholls as predators. They also slightly change their mating techniques. Instead of fighing other fenishes, they charge as the thick sheet of ice in the surface and break it to impress females. I'll it "Icebreaker Fenish" to avoid confusion
the larger Gromb leaves gather more sun and heat, eventually the the Gromb-airs Leaves extend around in a large disk, this also gives the Sky sats a n easier time staying on.
>>36833276Eyepholls, anon. Levipholls are lower ocean, Eyepholls are upper ocean.Meanwhile, a new shape of horn has proved more effective for dueling with rivals in the deep.
>>36832081No. No they weren't. Banish that thought from your mind.
>>36833389yes. yes they were. You know this to be true.
The icebreaker fenish as the main factor on their evolution is attractiveness to females, and they show this by breaking ice, they grow larger tail fins in order to gain more speed before impacting the ice, and therefore having a greater chance of breaking it.They also lose most of their bioluminescence, as it has no use up in the shallower waters.
>>36833422Well i didn't do all of them and they seem to change between my evolutions so im pretty sure they werent.
>>36833437well you did do all of them and they stayed stagnent, so I'm pretty sure they were.
>>36832699 Don't worry about it. He's just not caught up. Check the chart the they have eyes now
>>36833425>The icebreaker fenish as the main factor on their evolution is attractiveness to females, and they show this by breaking ice, they grow larger tail fins in order to gain more speed before impacting the ice, and therefore having a greater chance of breaking it.Given the population of Fenishes doing that, could it have any large effect on the Eco-system ?
>>36833449A slight increase in light reaching the sea? Doubt it'd be anything massive, it'd prob freeze back together relativly quickly if they were under a big ice sheet.inb4 weird unicron fish end the ice age
>>36833462They are the heroes the World Deserves
>>36833439 I started them. Other Anons took it from there.
do we want to do an EVENT! before the new thread?
>>36833484Nah, let the ice age keep going for a bit.
>>36833484Nah. One event a thread is more than enough.
>>36833484>EVENT! before the new threadTHe Glorious Icebreaker Fenish Ended the Ice Age. New event now
>>36833484 Hi, guy who made the table here. Hi. I like to do them when it seems like things are stagnant, so not now. We are slowly approaching post limit so when op makes a new thread I'll post the prompt halfway through so we can get a new EVENT! any suggestions for the table?
>>36833524Does the table have an event on it where the weather changes to "Kinda normal and there's plenty of diff biomes for stuff to evolve in"
>>36833538Yep. Harmony mellows out the current conditions, but not completely so there's still some selective pressure. Clear Skies is the one you want though, as every thing goes back to normal for everyone.
What do Sailfennets eat now that all the grass is toxic?
>>36833962There's plenty of other groomb varieties to feed on.
>>36833215With so many of the primary predators descending into the deep, dark depths of the ocean, finally the Snouted Pholl has breathing room. In its new environment, free of Levipholl and Eyepholl predation, it is able to flourish. The feelers about the snout are nothing more than useless extremities that freeze off, causing them to shrivel away and disappear entirely.Not only that but its snout develops into an elongated, smooth beak with a carefully designed stabbing point for two purposes. One, for spearing and wounding the well-armored breeds of Fenish. Two, for spearing and digging its way through thin ice.
With increasing competition in the upper seas and lower seas, the Eyepholl retreats to the seas in between, feasting on primitive strains of Fennet. To this end, its eyes grow larger to accommodate the darker waters.
>>36832526Seeker fennets are specifically big enough to be hunting the other flying fennets as their primary food source. They might be as big or slightly smaller than even an Airgromb.
>>36826226Okay i fixed any watermarks if anybody wants it i can post it.and i made 2 evos in one update, firstly they lose most of there boney skull that only slowed them down. and with the plentiful amount of bio-luminescentes in the deep waters Fenish with weaker and weaker eyes were less drawn predators resulting in them loseing there eyes.
>>36833962>>36832119Since the Grasslike Grombs are less eaten due to being poisonous, the Micra Kerp females undergo a change to their plantlike apendages. They now contain different chambers with valves for fluids. These will expand and change the shape of the appendages, making them resemble different kinds of vegitation, like Benisroot sappelings.
We're over the bump Limit again! Anybody up for making charts?
>>36831177>>36827187The bio-luminescence of the Walek is shocking similar to that found on the crest of the Levipholl. This has led to a shocking amount of the Walek population being directed straight into the maws of the Levipholls, especially those with larger luminescent spots.Those Levipholls able to feed so frequently find that they are able to grow ever larger in size, becoming even greater beasts of the bottom of the ocean. Unfortunately, their mouths are unsuited to deal with such tiny prey. As a result, those that flourish are the one whose fangs atrophy and who develop hundreds of tiny little teeth in the maw, used for catching and chewing up prey. Rather than catch prey, they now inhale them using the methods seen in >>36822292. For this breed of Levipholl, eating their miniscule prey comes as easily to them as breathing.
>>36825847Yellow Fennets, due to predation of the smallest, steadily and slightly grow larger. As well, those that are more adapt at forming and maintaining stable packs are more successful hunters, and those that maintain better awareness are less easy prey.The scales or yellow fennets multiply and thin until the scale/hair/feathers that kept them warm as spinal manes cover their entire skin. The most successful packs intimidate the apex predator seekers, and even sometimes manage to prey on their larger cousins. The apex is dethroned.
>>36835085we need charts. I'm working on the Kerp one, help is welcome.
>>36835085No. We have five more pages until we're in trouble.
>>36835095I'll do the Pholls; should I post them in this thread or wait for the new one?
>>36835116post ahead, then we all have it, even when archieved.
>>36835225Crop your fucking whitespace, dude.
>>36835236Never! Sorry, thought I needed more room. Can't understand the evolution of those flyong Fennets.
>>36835265You mean how they got to be flying? It's in the chart from the old thread. The one posted ITT is pretty inadequate.
>>36835132We certainly do love our Webbed Pholls, don't we?Had to fix a few color mistakes; people keep confusing Eyepholls and Levipholls. Is there a great deal of vegetation in the middle ocean? Kelp forests or any equivalent? If so, first post I make next thread will be to turn the Eyepholls GREEN.
>>36835299Could you help out with Gromb Or Sat now? I'm working on Fennet. If not, thanks anyway.
>>36835225For a while there I thought the kerp were going to turn into Slizers. Ah, Slizers, you giant coiling blue pillars of chitinous rape.
>>36835299Yeah. There are definitely kelp forests in the shallows. See >>36832982
>>36835225I think he's just leaving room for future evos.
>>36835361Please post pics.
>>36835368That's not necessary. Even MS Paint can increase canvas size. He's just inflating the filesize and making it harder to maneuver in.
>>36835372here you go
>>36835372I think they were about 20ft. tall, 30ft. long. Definitely the alpha predator of the world. By no means the biggest critters on Borgas IV, but definitely among the meanest.
Also, at some point in the new thread, Someone is gonna need to redraw the Hercules Kerpataur
>>36835409What is this? A Slizers for ants?!
>>36835452Gimme a bit, I'll whip something up and can post it in the next thread.
Has this thread been archived yet? If not, I'll happily load it onto the old suptg.
>>36835468Nope, shitty image quality, grabbed the same image as >>36835439 But /tg/ didn't like it for some reason
>>36835503It's because SHOGUN GLUND smiles upon me this day.
>>36820024In the fall, hunter kerps begin to seek out Northern Digsat dens >>36827712 to take over for laying their eggs. Those small enough to squeeze into the burrows are the survivors of the climate shift. When a den is found, the soon-to-be mother kerp kills the former occupant, gathers all of the food caches scattered through the tunnels into a single chamber, and then lays her eggs, dieing soon after. Over the course of the winter, the larva will grow, feeding on the Sat's hoard. From the den in mid spring, dozens of young, hungry kerps emerge.
>>36835560Goddamnit I just made the chart. Throw this baby on there and crop the whit would you?
>>36835560Dude great work on the Hunter Kerp.
>>36835520@ the top
Damn flying Fennet-fanboys, this took me ages.
>>36835666>>36834971These guys got fuzzier
>>36835439You should have mentioned how they're so apex that they even prey on their own species, and that managing to fight off an older slizer is what triggers mating behavior. Since they're hermaphroditic, both will lay hundreds of eggs. And when they hatch nearly half will be cannibalized by their siblings. Every stage of life weeds out the weak.
>>36835666I'm sorry Satan, but you made an error; the split horned fish actually divergences one evo earlier.
and we are one page away from falling off the board
Shall I post a new thread?
>>36835840Might as well, I guess.
>>36835811We can ride it a bit longer.And I'm off to finish fluffing up that northern continent.
>>36835666the seeker fennets are missing an evo. And they diverged from the first yellow fennet, pre-fuzz but post-orange.
I suspect Walek to be made by 1 guy. If so, I declare him a cunt.>>36835712Go ahead and correct it.I'm gona eat, I don't know if the Gromb changed much this thread, but if somebody will be so kind to update the chart, I'd be gratefull.
>>36835872Seriously folks, I'm not good at making charts, so if you so I've made a mistake, correct it yourself.
>>36835840He's an updated version of the OPHow to play:• Open an image of a species in MS Paint, or your editor of choice• Make one evolutionary change to that species• Save as .PNG!• Post your new species in the thread with a description of what evolution you've added and whyNotes:• Unless stated explicitly, no species ever goes extinct. Old species can still evolve, even if they're not on the latest "chain"• Try to make your evolutions gradual and realistic•Don't do a thousand evolutions on a single creature by yourself, let the other Anons try• Archived threads: >http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=GrombworldThread 2 got messed up on suptg >https://archive.moe/tg/thread/36761184/• Have fun
Someone archived this thread with a different title and tags.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/36819300/
>>36835894Two guys, actually. Not at the same time though.
>>36835911 Thanks anon.I'll wait till page ten then post an hour afterward. Keep an eye out for it.
Seriously nobody is going to update the Grombchart?
>>36835711How could I forget?
>>36835964Sorry, my bad.
>>36836255Give it time, they tend to look similar along the lines.