We are currently in harmony, harmony. Table of Misfortune: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CKg7H6g3sTO1yVji7iLDAcSfY5GRhlvSHfp5du9WHCs/edit?usp=sharingHow 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"• 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/• Stay on topic• Have fun
can someone post the rest of the charts please?
>>36875055Put some work into doing it yourself and stop just whining about things you want other people to make for you, tripfag.It's obvious that this evo game is running out of stream so let it die quietly without bitching about it.
>>36875118Look Mate. I would post the other charts but I don't 'have' any of them, that good enough for you
>>36875138Then go to the old thread, save them and get to work on them.That's not good enough to me because all you're doing is sitting back in a cooperative project, complaining and asking people to do the hard parts for you.
Not updated, of course
>>36875157I also don't want to cock up the charts so no-one knows what they are doing, that and most of the other anons have been doing this for far longer than me.
>>36875304It's literally just copy-pasting and resizing images in the right order, jesus christ.
>>36875323Note to Self:Stick to /dvv/ they have common sense
>>36875366Here's an alternative: look up the definition of common sense, don't post stupid bullshit with an identity attached, and stop replying if you're not playing. No one gives a shit about the justifications for your actions. Absolutely no one.
>>36875300Then don't post it! I swear to god, is everyone being retarded today on purpose? Did I miss some kind of memo?
>all this shit posting You're breaking my heart /tg/. I thought you where better than this
>>36875366Last thread, you posted 42 times.Only one of those was content. Three of those were contentless bumps.You literally bumped more times than you provided content. All you've done is provided fucking inane commentary that took up over 10% of the last thread.I think that's all I need to justify asking you to either shape up or get the fuck out.
>>36875427The only ones shitposting so far are you and the tripfag who wants everyone else do everything for him. He did the same thing last thread, too.
>>36875463This. This a thousand times.
Old chartfag here. I'll get some made up after I have lunch. In the meantime, I made a really dumb thing.
>>36875544Bless this post.
>>36875544And the serious version of the picture. Just a new pic for the Nomad mudkerp.
>>36875544amazing. beautiful.>>36874815The divergent mudkerps continue to becoming increasingly hostile targets, if only by a very small margin. They are more of a threat to each other.The Nomads have used their mandibles to dig frequently and often to try and tear down the mounds of the pile mudkerp. The horns also are of limited use against larger foes.The Pile mud kerp in turn has developed a unique behavior. Their scoop like nubs on each tentacle can be used to fling chunks of dirt and rock. While individually harmless, an entire mound flinging rocks and dirt from behind the safety of port holes can be a deterrent.
>>36875464Well I suppose it could be worse
>>36875585that is actually really good, well done Anon
Updated size chart.
>>36875809 Why are the brosats still in water? Aren't they more mole like now than otter?
To help the carts come up faster, would anyone else be willing to take over one or two? Currently working on the sats, then moving onto kerps.>>36875585Just realized that I forgot one of the hind legs.>>36875809Few issues in comparisons. Harpoon Kerp are about 3ft long. Benis bushes are about 3-5in tall, including the root.
>>36875922Coudl you fix that? I don't have good pics of any of the species you mentioned. Also, maybe it would be a good idea to include a scale.
I made the charts for one of the previous threads, for the benefit of everybody. I also started the size-charts. It took a lot of time, but I did it for the team.I'm not up to date with current events, and I would love to get back in the game.So someone, please be a dear and MAKE THE FUCKING CHARTS. Also, don't post a new thread before the charts are done. We're at 1/12th of the bump limit already and we're not even able to start the game yet.
>>36875922Oh wait you're working on it. Thanks bra, godspeed.
Evolving from the Tusked Humpback Fennet, the Snakejaw Fennet's mouth now opens even wider. Obviously, it is used to get more delicious food in a single bite, but it also begins using its mouth to hide its young in times of danger, similar to alligators and many species of fish.
>>36876076Oh, and here's an outline version for easier editing.
>>36875464Your inane bitching isn't adding anything of worth to this thread either.Anyways, the Harpoon Kerp has adapted further to it's niche. It's simplistic compound eye became larger over the generations, granting it greater field of vision, and thus a primitive capacity to detect movement, and thus track it's prey better. It's fins also developed further, with the tail fin growing shorter, but far wider, allowing the creature's strong tail to propel this hunter fast in pursuit of the kill. The side fins, and to an extent, the side tentacles in turn, adapted more to steering, and quick hunting, and evasion maneuvers making the harpoon kerps rather agile swimmers.Finally, their mouth parts have adapted into a better cutting, and piercing tool, that lets the Harpoon kerps bore trough the hard shells of other kerp species more easily.These relatively minor adaptations make this predator more well suited to hunting it's prey, as well as avoiding bigger predators.
>>36876108These things never evolved teeth. They only have beaks.
>>36875922Harpoon kerp came from the sea kerp line and never mentioned radical growth spurts. They are not three feet long and you'll have to cite that to change that. Benis bushes are a direct mutation from other benis roots. Why would they be so much smaller than others? Try to keep in mind that a Giant Pholl is probably no larger than a two feet at the greatest "wing" span.
>>36876226The Snakejaw Fennet evolves simple nubs that stick out from it's beak, allowing it to grind up plants for easier digestion. Problem solved
>>36875922Then I'll try my hand at doing the chart for the fennets. I only ever bother with evolutions, but since OP doesn't seem to like the convention of having charts ready before starting a new thread, I'll see if I can keep from buggering it up.
Sat chart. Not much added last thread.>>36876260Harpoon Kerp>>36809727Benisbush>>36849390>>36850211
>>36874837>>36876470So, are Pholls still invertebrates? It'll determine the texture and look of some of my future evos.
>>36875854No one's actually broken their aquatic lifestyle. Hell, their mouths still mostly work to make sure they keep in water. So I guess they are at some odd point between otter and mole?
>>36876470Doesn't mean it's >gradualand>realisticBenis roots are not a few inches tall. That poster just didn't know how big the thing it evolved from was. Other animals, like Giant Gulper or the Skynet had to go through six evolutions to get to less than a meter in size. A complex critter like the harpoon kerp is not going to do that in one jump.
An entirely different question: how do you guys think this game would work in real life? I start with a couple of small organisms drawn on paper, stick them to a wall and invite people to evolve them. I've got a light-table (the kind used by animators, don't know a decent english word for it) so you can draw something new directely above the previous drawing.I have a group of friends coming over for new years eve who are really in to board games, so they could play this in between meals and games. I also have an event for art-students coming up, so I'd also like the test it there. Last time we did some group drawings and such, which was a lot of fun. Which group do you think would be more fun to play with?Pro: No need for copy pasting charts afterwards, just tape your drawing to the wall where it fits.Con's:paper get's shredded, dirty...The players would be less autistic than on /tg/, so they could make less realistic changes? What do y'all think?
>>36876834With the art students, I'm guessing something more like The Exquisite Beast would work better IRL.http://exquisitebeast.tumblr.com/page/11
Chart half assed, left out a jpg fish evo, drew in a fin for the guy who goofed and evo'd an incomplete redraw. Have to leave now, back after awhile, feel free to correct any shit I screwed up. Brandishsoap out.
>>36876834I think that sounds like a swell idea, Anon. I say go for it! Even if it doesn't produce "super-realistic" evolutions, it sounds like a great party game! 10/10, would totally play.If you have one, maybe you could use a scanner and upload some of the really cool ones. Either way, tell us how it goes!
>>36877593I'll do that!
>>36878512you are the worst. Make an evo if you want to bump.You worst you.
>>36878635so you paint me as evil for keeping the thread afloat, it beggars belief but, What?
>>36878809Keep the thread afloat with content.Actually fucking provide content.Do something in these threads other than bump, spout inane gibberish or ask for something to be made.
>>36878892Now now, stay calm.
>>36878892(I know the edit is crap, bare with me)the barbs on the proboscis of the harpoon kerp become more defined
>>36879198much better, please stop just bumping, make a quick edit, and post that instead, its not hard.for example:a rare mutation in some Sky-Sats causes them to develop a second eye, this ends up being a HUGE advantage as the sats can no see how far the Gromb is when gliding, allowing them to stop bumping into them or falling short of landing at all.
>>36879532That's... Uncanny. I miss the days when it was just cyclops-world... (I can't believe I've spend a week on this game... )
>>36879532At least make them vertical.
>>36877078For those of you who forgot, the Micra Kerp females hunt by luring herbivores in with their plant-like appendages, injecting poison in the prey and then dragging them underground, for the colony to feed on. Ofcourse this is hard when you're about the size of a Mole Fennet and the world around you is getting larger. So the Micra Kerp have greatly grown in size. Their females have grown distinguisably more than the males, and the guards ar now also larger than the workers. Overall the species is now able to take on larger prey. (I could redraw them if I find the time)
>>36878892not trying to be a chode, but are you doing any evos?
>>36877559Snake Fennets become longer and even more flexible.
>>36876470You forgot someone.
>>36880565Nope, not canon. You know it's not canon. Can you admit it's not canon? It's not canon. Nope.
>>36879673I did the thing. Not an update, just a replacement. Also gave the species a new name, derived from mixing Sat with Yehudim the Hebrew word for Jew according to wikipedia.
>>36875635the pile kerps social behavior continues to evolve. The mounds grow in size proportionate to the population. Members of the pile add on pebbles, sticks, and other small items to the mud mound, pounding them into the walls. The more adorned and larger a mud mound, the more likely it will attract displaced pile kerps, bring a valuable addition to the gene pool.The Nomadic Mud Kerp has become more organized, the small groups are now large migrating hordes lead by dominant leaders. When two groups come into conflict the leaders will engage in combat, but rarely to the death. Within the first few slaps of their bulbous clubbed appendages the victor is decided. Nesting materials are often carried by individuals as they migrate, to include small peices of dried grass or twigs.For the first time the Mud Kerp subspecies are not only able to hold their own, but on occasion repel enemies.
>>36880882Noooooooot canon. No.
>>36880912Joke evolutions are nothing new. If anything, it makes new OP images or reactions for in future evo threads.
>>36880565>>36880882>>36881099ebin simbly ebin
The sahutim gain the ability to blow gold colored bubbles that distract other organisms. While the rivals are distracted by the "gold" shekels, the sahutim will steal the real ones from the master race pile mud kerps
>>36881204forgot my pic
>>36881204So what, Mudkerps are like the illuminaty who control the jews? It's getting a bit /x/ish in here. Hail Mudkerp!
>>36880706After attending a motivational conference by the Yumel, the sahutim feels confidence to take on the world and reach it's maximum potential.
>>36881024I take back what I said. This is getting very silly.
>>36879198back on track, the Harpoon kerp's compound eye begins to wrap around it's head as those with a greater situational awareness are more successful.
>>36876470Toxic Phantoms are actually supposed to be divergent from Durable, but unless someone evolves both lines I guess it's a moot point.Increased social interaction, reliance and interbreeding among PhantomSat strains has caused a new dominant strain to arise almost simultaneously in all lines. A mutation that allowed the Sat to more adeptly process the vibrational signals received from the world has now had a chance to flourish instead of being crushed in the mass murder, hyper aggressive cold war of eons past. Now it's ability to quickly determine what is food and what isn't, as well as avoid large incoming predators has allowed it to outbreed similar strains. <increased intelligence><more sophisticated pack hunting>(I thought this was a logical result but if anyone has objections ill hear em)(and as always, anybody can feel free to do some evolutions on these, I'm not trying to claim dominion or anything)
>>36881635formatting on that got messed up, this is the changeIncreased social interaction, reliance and interbreeding among PhantomSat strains has caused a new dominant strain to arise almost simultaneously in all lines.A mutation that allowed the Sat to more adeptly process the vibrational signals received from the world has now had a chance to flourish instead of being crushed in the mass murder, hyper aggressive cold war of eons past.Now it's ability to quickly determine what is food and what isn't, as well as avoid large incoming predators has allowed it to outbreed similar strains.<increased intelligence><more sophisticated pack hunting>
>>36880833Mud pilekerps have been living within their dwellings for so long that their shells have begun to soften and even atrophy in certain areas. Dependency on the community, and the community mound cause more social behaviors such as food and pebble hording in a central chamber, as well as roles. Some Mudkerps will sit atop the mound as lookouts, slapping the top of the mound when danger approaches, while others will defensively guard the portholes. For those journeying outside, due to their albino heritage a mud bath is essential.The Nomaid Mudkerps continue to become stockier, stronger, more mobile. Their social development is markedly slower than their cousins. Of note is during an attack the horde will have small groups break off to distract their prey, be it a Pilekerp nest, or a lone kerp of another species.
>>36881635These sats originally evolved from clusters of the origin sat, so I guess this is appropriate.
>>36881772Really that step made no sense to me, but I gotta keep going I guess.
>>36881678kerps at war
>>36881670hey falcon, if ya got a chance, pop on by the old evo irc. https://client00.chat.mibbit.com/ server: www.thisisnotatrueending.com room #evo
>>36881099I am the original creator of Happy Merchant Sat, and this evolution is much better and made me laugh like a retard. We need a Gestapo Fenet now.
>>36881917This is awesome
>>36881917I'm now imagining one of them nature documentaries about ant colonies fighting each other.Now replace the ants with Kerps.'tis a glorious vision, it is.
>>36884429David Attenborough would, of course, have to be the narrator.
>>36881678the pile kerp continues to loose it's shell due to soft shelled mudkerbs being able to navigate narrower more dense corridors and rooms, and escaping the periodic nomad invasion.The Nomads have developed a peculiar habit of carrying leaves or small piles of matted grass in their mandibles, shielding themselves from the pelting onslaught from a pile kerp mound. These items often vary wildly in origin, with the more impressive the shield the more likely the kerp is to find a mate.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CKg7H6g3sTO1yVji7iLDAcSfY5GRhlvSHfp5du9WHCs/edit Edited the table with ice caps taken into consideration. Taking recommendations, as always.
The trailing antennae continue to split off and form a wider array, allowing for greater detection of vibrations in the water.
>>36880706 The skysat has now developed an enhanced membrane. This primitive wing, coupled with their newly realized depth perception, has allowed the skysats greater control in the air, allowing them to glide to, and populate, other skysats, greatly aiding in genetic variation and reducing the amount of skysats born on land.
>>36887935 And I'm an idiot
>>36877078Holy shit, I just saw this, it's got to be the most beautiful thing I've ever seen...
>>36876555Benisbushes, only existing because they spread to where they were not out competed by other benisroots, are pushed back into the antarctic. As they move further south, they become miniscule in size, being able to reach full size and reproduce faster than their larger cousins. In this part of the world, plant's don't have the time to grow large before the first frost. As always, they grow in spring through summer, spore in fall, and die in winter.
>>36886064the pile kerps jaws become narrower, providing less obstruction, and allowing them to make their tunnels narrower
> http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/36837181/#p36867921The Complex-Jaw Levipholl begins scavenging as well as hunting. In doing so, it begins to gather many bacteria and other unpleasant things in its mouth. This, however serves as an advantage, as when the creature goes hunting, its bite is actually toxic.Instead of wasting energy chasing after creatures, all the CJ Levipholl needs to do is bite once. It then waits as the virulent microscopic organisms go to work, and begin paralyzing and killing the afflicted creature. When the poor victim is fully immobile, the CJ Levipholl eats its fill.Using this strategy, the CJ Levipholl can take down creatures much larger, even larger than itself, meaning it has more food readily available to it.[note: I imagine the inside of the jaw-like structures are lined with tiny little teeth for gripping poor sods that eventually end up as food for this beast.]
>>36890110to get through the hard outer shells of some waleks, some Complex-Jaw Levipholl develop hard fangs to give their bite some more punch
>>36890110>those eyesdamnitsorry man
(going for it)(hide your kids) Harmony has been very, very good to the Phantoms. With the lack of extreme cold pushing them into aggressive tendencies all the time, two major oddities have developed.The rising social tendencies have awakened what may be a tendency to merge with nearby Phantoms and combine resources and abilities to temporarily, or permanently if they choose, become something [more]Amalgamations of different types of Phantomsat (and the occasional Ghost) can usually be seen surrounded by swarms of Phantoms, directing the feeding swarms to patches of seagromb and the occasional eyephol overwhelmed with sheer numbers and copious amounts of toxin.<some kind of reawakened amalgamation based gene driven directive? I'm sorry sir I don't know what I'm looking at here>
>>36890443Creatures formed by lots of sats squishing together diverge, then once again squish together to create new stuff.When will it end?
>>36890443whats next, sat voltron?
>>36890443The second advance is another curiously pseudo regression. A derivative form of Durable Phantomsat has regained it's green pigment. But instead of as a camoflage advantage, the colouration is a mere side effect of the <Solar Phantom>'s ability to create food for itself from sunlight.The receding ice sheets combined with the sharp decrease in survival of only the physically strongest strains has allowed the <Solar Phantom> to thrive at surface level, needing to do little hunting to survive.They can usually be found in the microcosm surrounding FLOATER GROMB, which they occasionally feed from.<Solar feeding get>
>>36890504>>36890477>Where will it end?>Whats next, sat voltron?...I have something a bit different in mind.
some proto-pholls delve deep into the ocean where the world forgot themthey live mostly by eating clumps of organic matter, living or dead
>>36890587Aw baby new Pholl line
>>36890574they may need to get a bit bigger before that can happen
Thanks to the new warmer age and the reduction in Aggression they no longer need to put so much energy and mass into regrowing eaten pieces, and can instead put the growth into its fruit, they become much sweeter as their sugar levels rise along with their size, the new grown Grombs get a much better start at growing thanks to the increased nutrients available and the Goyim-Sats get a much better meal, causing them to need to eat less of the fruit.<Bigger/jucier fruit get><Stole Falcon's shtick>
>>36890587As a few grow closer to their food sources, the Deep Crawler Pholl scavenges the floor for anything. If it moves, it will eat it, if it doesn't, he will try.
>>36890715soon.tmcool evos btw
>>36890587Some Deep Pholls ditch hunting and pursue filter feeding, drifting with the waves, Filter Pholls love hydrothermal vents the most, which are ripe with nutrients
>>36890763decra pholls develop more durable fin tips and a rudimentary crude jaw for breaking up organic matter and making it less likely to float away
Im gonna keep this thread afloat if it kills me
where has everybody gone?
>>36892057We've evolved beyond a need for this game.
>>36892507Pretty much.A combination of an annoying non-contributing tripfag, far too many pet projects and no one willing to do that hard work of making charts has killed this project.
>>36892057Wast majority of evo games die before they reach their third thread.It is hard to maintain people's interest in these sort of games while also being open to new players.Primordial was kind of an oddity for how long it lasted.
The sky Sats wings grow larger over-time to facilitate longer flights This combined with their increased Sugar intake from Gromb-Fruit means that in some cases particularly strong Sats can fly from the ground up to low flying Sky-Grombs,
>>36892552No, what kills collaborative projects like these is pointless bitching, arguing and infighting.It drives people away, and sours the whole mood of games like this.While a tripfag who doesn't contribute just takes up post space, a faggot who bitches about everything, and argues pointlessly with other posters not only takes post space, but also poisons the whole game as well.Just post your critters and evolve them. That is what keeps games like this alive. Bitching achieves nothing.>>36881531Over the generations, the eye of the harpoon kerps wraps nearly completely around their heads, granting them an excellent field of view. Their ability to track movement is also increased due to this, making them better at pursuing fleeing prey.Their mouth parts have also become more defined, with the lower spikes also developing barbs that let this creature to hold onto their prey better.
>>36892939Sorry, I didn't mean to ruin this for everyone, but there's a first time for everything, even screw-ups....I wish I never got involved with this project.
>>36893095Honestly, I don't mind you.I am far more annoyed by that one faggot who keeps bitching about you.Keeping the thread afloat, even with content less bumbs, is at least stopping the thread from dying prematurely.
>>36893095A lesson though about quests, or evo games on 4chan. dont do them here. For all it's magical realm status, i think an evogame would do better in TGchan. This is not the old /tg/ that was able to "live and let live"
>>36893095everybody warns about trips all the time. you could have just listened.
>>36893253Wait, having a tripcode is a bad thing?(new to the ways of 4chan, sorry)
>>36892057I went to sleep.My First Evogame was Primordial, and I think the success could be real for this one as well if we're willing to put in the work. Charts and descriptions are essential I guess, not everyone is willing to dig up past threads to see what a thing does. Events and interaction between strains too (so if someone makes an evolution that affects another strain, that strain adapts)If the thread is still alive when I get back, I'll try and fill that role as best I can. >>36893366'Namefagging' is generally frowned upon unless you have good reason. In evo threads however we found it helps keep track of content creators (which is more important at the 'civ' stage' but not necessarily the early evo stage)
>>36893407I thought this game already had an Events master though.What happened to him?
>>36893366having a Tripcode or Name is saying 'im more important than all the other anons here' which in some cases is true, such as for Quest runners or story times, by using one outside of the right situations you tell other that you feel that you need the attention of being a known person on a website designed around the ideals of anonymity.don't be like NiceDeamonette, no-one likes him.>>36893413we had one, but they stayed anon, so no-one knows who they are (one of the few times using a name or trip is acceptable or useful)
>>36893407>>36893429ah, thank you for your advice, i won't don the persona unless people are up for my suggestionsI only really use it for /dvv/ anyways
>>36893429Well damn.... I only have like an hourish each day to work on evo so if the actual top dogs of the quest have vanished, this might really be game.
>>36893429>NiceDeamonettewho is that? i'm not familiar with the way things work around here.
>>36893509a particular namefag who constantly derails threads into 'muh fetish' bullshit and pro-namefag anti-namefag shit-flinging or generally makes everything about themselves.if you want to see that shit for yourself just look for any thread about Slannesh, anything fetishy or really any random thread, his shit cannot be contained.
Ok well, if thread is still around when I get back and hasn't seen a resurgence of activity I'll do my best to get the stuff organized and presented. Probably start a new thread with all the charts updated and the latest version of each strain presented separately to show what they got.If anybody else feels like doing that while I'm gone, please feel free.
>>36893481hey falc, old primordial ta'mirel guy here. I know your pain about short on time. New government job and being a new dad. I have minimal free time
Thought to be previously extinct, the bodyfin kerp had simply spread to a less densly populated section of the planets ocean, flourishing and growing larger becoming the sole carnivore predator of various fennet evolutions in the area.
>>36893776one subspecies of longfin has adapted its body to better immobilize it,s prey whilst feeding on them
>>36892939 As some of the blind fennets mistake Harpoon kerps fins for plantlife and begin to eat them, A rare mutation causes some of the Harpoon kerp to lose their fins to keep the excessive amount of fennets away. This causes them becoming more snake-like. Due to the abundance of prey and worldwide harmony between predators, it does not die out and becomes a fairly common offshoot.
>>36893776one species of longfin had a freak mutation in which it's horns curved outwards. This was mostly useless, except for the fact that one of those individuals had an anus that could release air at a fast rate. This meant that these creatures had faster speed than most other species
>>36893992the segments of the harpoon kerps body develop wider gaps between them increasing its manuverability
>>36890110Due to their newly found Jaw structure, Some of the Complex-Jaw Levipholl, lessened their reliance upon their fins by simply latching onto prey with their new mandibles and waiting for it to die. The doomed creature would often travel far attempting to shake the Complex-Jaw Levipholl off, often taking them up into streams heading inland. This dependance on their jaw allowed those with less water surface resistance to hold on longer and thus survive and get more food. Causing future generations to have smaller fins.They now inhabit riversystems
>>36894186The continued reliance upon their reliance upon their jaws causes their webbing to reduce even further.Their new river homeland leaves them grabbing onto many land creatures who come to the water to drink. Many cling onto these land creatures and kill them using the toxins, but often the animals escape and die outside of the water as the majority of Pholls let go as they leave the water. .. Though a few cling on even as their prey leaves the water. If the prey is small enough, they flip around using their tendrils and attempt to drag it back to the water.
>>36894283Those few that cling on and return to the water to breed eventually lose their fins completely, instead relying on their newly free long tendrils to manoeuvre themselves on land. Future generations of these "Tendril Pholl" leave the rivers completely and become solely land-based animals, hunting new and exciting prey they they can cling onto and be carried new places.
>>36894381Okay, I know that was three in a row as opposed to two, But I wanted to take it more gradual and fully explain how it happened.Now we finally have representatives of all five starters on land.
>>36894186(using the old image because the redraw is a pain to recolor)those leviapholls hunting in riversystems develop a more ambush oriented method of catching, their fins atrophying completely and there color scheme, changing to match the color of the river mud where they are now lurking
>>36874837The Parasitic Pholl at the far bottom's rear fin splits in two, giving it two large rear fins which it flicks alternately. Giving it the appearance of humanoid kicking its legs swimming. This mutation occurred during the Just before the Harmony stuck, initially as a potential method to go faster, the harmony's reduction in predator has allowed this mutations descendants to prosper.
>>36892057because its early in the morning
With all of this harmony and population boom going around, a creature evolves to take advantage of all of the sex.A Branch off of the earlier longer silver pholl, (Before the spiked jaw developed), develops a new organ in order to compete with its cousins better jaw.The new organ is located in the central chest and is a Vomeronasal organ and is used to detect pheromones of the various animals, both prey and predator in the sea. This organ itself develops in the centre of the creature in two bumpy protrusions. As it as no tongue, the information receivers that actually sense the pheromones and send them to the central organ for processing are small tiny feelers that develop on the fins. It now hunts by detecting the pheromones of other creatures, recognizing nearby prey and tracking them down, and hiding when it 'senses' nearby predators.
>>36890899A few Filter Pholls actually manage to hook themselves to the base of the vent to take advantage of its bounty. The fins naturally atrophied over time.
>>36894718The Pheropholl develops a hard silver scaled coating to protect its exposed protrusions of the Vomeronasal organ. It also develops a neck to allow it to turn easier upon sensing pheromones of prey.
>>36890443Somebody's gunning for siphonophores.>>36892057Dude, I just had to *sleep*.
Is there a link to the old threads somewhere? Hard to make charts without one.
>>36894859What I did in Fortune and what we did in Primordial was make a 1d4chan page. On that we included some basic info about the world as well as links to all the threads (which would be especially helpful given the mistaken label of thread... three I think it was.)For Primordial, we also posted many of the charts there, updating as we went. It's a lot of work, and in Fortune Evo I had to do most of it myself, but it's a tremendous boon.
So many Pholls!
I like how every species has evolved into things that are completely different colors than their ancestors.
>>36893413 I'm here
>>36894826Flourishing in the Harmonious environment, the Pheropholl's fins become long and slender, allowing them to extend them wider and sense even more pheromones with the feelers at the end.
>>36895038The Pheropholl's neck develops even more. It's now slender and flexible neck allows it to rapidly turn and pince any nearby pheromone emitting prey that pass by. Those with larger tailfins swim faster and catch more prey than those smaller tailfins. Allowing them to eat more, and breed more.
>>36894885New Pholls everywhere
>>36895235Or an Awpholl dance party.
>>36876076some of the Snakejaw Fennet who live in less fortunate areas and would rather die than break harmony, begin eating surov again. Many die and slow eaters starve so those few lucky ones become naturally immune.surov is hard to process, and takes a while to digest their complexion grew browner over time also>>36895283 would you a Pheropholl?
>>36895421hope it isn't too bad
>>36895430this is actually really good, nice job man
Being able to hold tightly to a host organism is the biggest factor in the survival of parapholls. The rear fins of the thinner species, still adapted for a diet of only bodily fluids bloated ones have guts which can handle plant juices, spread outwards, to better cling to their hosts.For some behavior, they'll often lie in wait among plants or holes in rocks which other creatures will use for shelter.>>36894823Tubeworm mode engaged.
>>36891360In an act of true HARMONY, some Anchorkerp peacefully anchors themselves into a Pigphol. Over time, the two former enemies grow into a symbiotic bond. The Pigphol grows onto the Anchorkerp, its pink flesh gripping it tightly and Anchorkerp fuses to the Pigphol.The new entities swims around the ocean elegantly, hunting as one and prospering.
>>36895421>SpoilerI keep seeing the 'hands' as eyes and the 'dress' as a big nose.
>>36895283or a Christmas card
>>36894549Dem hipsBet that ass be fat
>>36895582Over time the nervous systems of the two individuals intertwine, this is mutually beneficial, as the pholl gets a set of eyes and Pinchers, and the Kerp gets a means of moving around and feeding apparatus as its mouth has atrophied away, together they are the Phollerp
>>36895907... B.. But the Ballerina.
WE INTERRUPT YOUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED PHOLLI FOR THE FOLLOWING EVOSThe most violent conflicts the Waleks face nowadays is males fighting over mates; this has caused the males to evolve stronger graspers and a great deal of front end armor. Both sexes have developed slightly better vision.
>>36895907God this needs a redraw if possible, why, it's not very good looking at the moment.FortuneHost if you get the time could you make this look better, please(the Pigpholl jaw is a chitin overhang with two tusk-like grinders on each side, the Kerps other claw is not visible from this side and it only has the one eye)
Forgive me, /tg/, but this was going to happen sooner or later.The Molesats/Brosats have long suffered from the problem of their eggs freezing in temperatures the mother herself can live quite well in. The females of the species have solved this problem by drawing the eggsac into their own bodies; now the eggs benefit from the insulation of their mother's fat and fur. This cavity is sealed off from the outside world by an orifice that is usually kept shut by muscles that only relax when exposed to chemicals released from freshly hatched eggs. To fertilize those eggs in the first place, the males have developed an appendage unlike any other seen before with the sole purpose of penetrating the female's orifice and delivering sperm.
AND NOW BACK TO YOUR REGULARLY SCHEDULED PHOLLI>>36895090>>36895038>>36894826>>36894718The Raypholli, however, use their sense of smell against them, developing an organ that produces copious amounts of pseudo-pheromones to lure in the Silver Pholli. The Raypholli wait patiently on the ocean floor and crush the Silver Pholli in their superior jaws when they swim by.
>>36895938You can still evolve it, this is my version of the evolutionary leap for this thing, the pholllerinerp is still there.
The Land Levipholl finds that its luminescent spots brings attention, but more unwanted than wanted, and the feature atrophies until it is not present at all. The shell grows slightly harder to deal with struggling prey and hungry competition.
Meanwhile, the Levipholli of the sea continue evolving. The Complex Jawed Levipholl evolves a means to coat its jaws with a mucus that better supports deadly bacteria, making its bite even more toxic. The Long Necked Levipholl develops 5 nasal cavities; though primitive, the sense of smell they provide is quite advantageous. The Giant Gulper Levipholl evolves luminescent 'teeth' in its mouth to better lure certain prey items to their doom.
The Eyepholli have involved an interesting defense against a variety of threats: the majority of its body's waste and toxins are dumped into the mucus covering its soft parts. The mucus is at best extremely unpleasant to the tongue and at worst lethal if ingested.
>>36895984Why would they develop an organ do develop copious amounts of psuedo pheromones?Why would that even happen?Why would the Raypholli attack a close relative randomly when they're clearly unpractical prey to hunt? Especially in a period of global harmony and friendship. Not to mention its stated that the Pheropholls only chase preys pheramones while swimming away from predators.
>>36896112"Why" is the domain of philosophers; you should concern yourself with "how".
>>36896000Is that evolved from the River-mud dwelling Lurker Pholl >>36894520Or the Land dwelling Tendril pholl?>>36894381
>>36896137True I suppose. Same questions need to be answered with how. This aint murderworld currently.
>>36896144>>36896150I don't think those two are divergences, actually.
>>36896226the ones originally descended from river-mud were ambush predators
They Are >>36894520 evolved from >>36894186 directly and lives in the muddy rivers>>36894381 evolved from >>36894283which evolved from >>36894186And now lives on land, wriggling around with its tendrils.
>>36896275>>36896285Oh. It's confusing because at first glance, they look like they're not divergents. The blue one better change color, or shit's not looking too good for it.>>36896209Not entirely sure myself. It just made sense that when one species made several developments in a particular sense, another species would evolve to specifically fool that sense, and the Raypholli haven't had any love for 2 whole threads. I'm surprised this is the one being made a fuss over and the molesats
>>36894852>siphonophoresHuh, I didn't actually know what those were. Interesting how nature do dat.>>36893682Oh hey, you're alive! The time issue is srs, grats on the dadness.>>36890530it begins(included primitive brain in the solar phantoms, forgot it last time)The perfect storm of durability, alternate food sources and complete accidents has allowed some of the Solar Phantoms that occasionally get washed unto the shores to survive the ordeal. Solar phantoms can now be found miles inland, in and around bodies of water.
>>36896414The Raypholl has no reason to evolve to hunt a racial offshoot of itself. Especially when they both have different hunting grounds. The open ocean vs the ocean floor.Perhaps another species might hunt it, Some kerp perhaps? Though they wouldnt need to develop an organ to counter another creatures development of its first sense.
>>36890443>>36896421the conglomerate gets larger
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/36819300/#p36831070The Toenail Sat's begins digging. It is a defense mechanism that leaves only their hard shell exposed, cocooning the vulnerable soft bits from predators. Their colouration also disguises them as pebbles to passerby.
>>36895966>it only has the one eyeSo it's a cyclops? Got it.
>>36897194yep, it is in the same family as the longfin and harpoon kerp afterall
>>36897028Flatfuckingcolors.Anti-aliased.No effects.Use lines to create detail.This isn't hard. Why do you have so much trouble with it? And why do you keep "signing" things with a shitty font, anyway?
People have gone out of their way -- probably just one person actually -- to give prehistoric creatures less than three feet long their own tits and dicks. Lovingly rendered in shitty sprite lines.I fucking hate new-tg.
>>36897762well, when he did that, people complained and called 'em "sanic." there is no pleasing some people.
>>36897791so sat-conglomerate-guy waddaya think
>>36897827What the fuck are you even talking about?
>>36898097This I think >>36895968
>>36897896That's because he removed details. Do details with lines, so that they can be directly and easily edited. All of this blur and smear and alias makes it a whole hell of a lot harder to do anything with his scribbles.
>>36897791>>36898032unfstuff gettin crazy
>>36898170Also this >>36895090>>36894718>>36894826
>>36898210Not really sure where to go with this next though. Falcon, any ideas?
With the return of springs and even summers, differentiation is revealed in the maximum height of sun grombs. The ones that can get the tallest the fastest get a larger number of offspring further afield, and dominate. Their extremely simply seeds, neither enclosed in fruit or nuts nor specialized like spores, find a hard time germinating and only the parents with the best mass advantage tend to influence the next generations.
>>36898235Hrm, I'll try a thing.
>>36898211Pretty sure the description says that's just some kinda Pheromone sensing organ on a fish.
>>36898373Now you're being deliberately obtuse. Or you're the shitposter that made it. it just "happens" to be two lumps on the creature's chest? And just "happens" to cover itself only partially to make cleavage when it's oriented upwards? Fuk off m8.
>>36898511Deliberately obtuse is the one. I'm just impressed that they bothered to use creative reasoning behind making a fishwaifu.Don't think we have a pheramone sensor yet?>>36898548Thats some Twilek right there.
>>36895907>>36895966Here you go.The Phollerp's symbiosis continues further integration. The Kerp-half extends its chitinous armour across the Pholl-half. Further blending of the nervous system can be seen trailing behind the purple armour.>>36897762I've included an outline version for easier editing.
>>36897827>>36898097>>36898170>>36898211>>36898511>>36898373>>36898548>>36898618Probably a result of the harmony, harmony! OH LOVE <3https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MC0G-Lbuuk
>>36898789Bring back murder desert world
>>36898789As the guy who posted the new Molesat, I'd just like to say that I've been meaning to give the Molesats proper wombs since before the Ice Age, but it wasn't until today that I realized that the dick was a necessary evil that would have to go with that.Of course, it is the Ice Age. He can't have his wang out all the time or it'll freeze of, so clearly he can retract it and not look indecent.
Rolled 8 (1d20)>>36898830Did I hear "ROLL FOR EVENT"? I'm pretty sure I did.
>>36898954HA HA HABACK TO MURDERWORLD
>>36898901More like molestsat amiright?
>>36898954> Whatever the current weather condition is, it only worsens.How do we worsen "harmony harmony?"
>>36898235>>36898303>>36897791(This was a horrible mistake)While not a new evolutionary strain, the Phantomsat conglomerate practices have grown in size and capability. Hundreds of Phantomsat (and the occasional ghost) form enormous towers, capable of pinpointing the locations of prey, and other SATtowers with extreme accuracy, even miles away. The towers are never seen without their Satellites (heh), the hundreds of Phantoms and Ghosts that accompany them and protect them from threats as well as retrieve food for the growing Sat community. Sat communication, a series of sonic waves formed by undulating the body or swishing a tentacle, has increased the overall noise level in the oceans by a significant amount, as Sattowers send messages to one another.<Highly increased social, intellectual and combat prowess when in range of a Satellite Tower.>
>>36894823over time the Filter Pholl's mouth turned into a more net-like structure to collect more food
>>36899045Harmony, Harmony isn't a weather condition. The Ice Age is going to get worse, and everyone's going to resume clawing at each other's throats.
>>36899045well the weather condition is 'ice age' so...Well this is going to make all the Amglam Sat lines go on murder sprees...and if SAT towers actually came in.....I think most things that enter the mid/surface level of the ocean are in danger.Including Sats
>>36899088no, Harmony canceled The Ice Age
>>36899118We were 2 Ice Ages deep, Harmony brought us to 1 and now we're back at 2.>>36899072>pic
>>36899146It's gonna be a wild ride anon, buckle up.
The Molesats could not have evolved a womb at a better time. As the world gets colder and the other creatures get vicious again, this latest evolution seriously curbs egg mortality. They evolve further, with some of their hairs growing into sensitive whiskers that let them better feel approaching enemies.>what do Molesats eat? I've made a dozen evos for them, and I still don't know.
>>36896000To better walk on land, the Terrestrial Levipholl begins traveling on curled up tendrils. For a creature with no bones (I'm assuming it's invertebrate) this system works fairly well.
>>36899280... That's the one that lives in the mud rivers.
>>36899321but it's called the land levipholl!
>>36899280>>36899321>>36899335I'm not sure there's any mud left in this Ice Age...
>>36899335No, It was actually called the Lurker Pholl, The guy got them mixed up with the blue one, which is the "Tendril Pholl" >>36894381 which lives on land
>>36899274(couldn't tell you anon, probably roots)For those who didn't see the post >>36898954>>36898954>7-8Mayhem! Something vile has taken hold of the beasts of the world, causing them to be violent and brutal to each other, acting unnaturally and cruel. Whatever the current weather condition is, it only worsens.Winter has come again....second winter
>>36899274Female molesats' back toes evolve into small little spurs that extend near their womb. Any egg-thief will get skewered by these spikes.>>36899382My bad then, then it's an evolution of the Tendril Pholl.
>>36898901you and>>36898954>>36898986have forced my hand>>36899274 due too competition and RAGE virus, the molesat's frequently fight over mates. nicer sats are slowly weeded out while more violent ones become the majority. a side effect being rape, which proves effective at spreading genes. I'm hate myself
>>36899469Well that's kind of stopped by>>36899435
>>36899520they are now two different species
>>36899520>>36899469And haven't Molesats been doing parental care since forever?
>>36899274 I thought they ate these
As the going gets rough, the Welaks armor up and grow stronger 'teeth'.
>>36899548I said RAGE virus mad them aggressive
>>36899118 Actually I never meant for Harmony to be a cure, only a topical ointment. Clear Skies cancels the current event, as does rolling the same event twice, harmony only makes things less shitty.
>>36889611The Pile mudkerp from here on out will be called the mudkerp, as it only lives in the mud. The Nomad Mudkerp has expanded it's migration beyond the mud, not too far, but it will now be called the Nomad Kerp.Increased Hostility in the Kerp populations has resulted in genocidal tendencies beyond any rationality. Entire populations will fight to the death, and now even their normal predators will pick off stragglers and the survivors of battles gone badly. Attempting to glut on mudkerbs as in the past can be suicidal.The Mudkerp has continued to develop social behavior, they will cover eachother in mud, sticks, and small pebbles as a form of armor in their defense of each mud fortress.The Nomads exhibit no apparent awareness of personal injury, a trend that has been continuing in increasing amounts over each generation. The also have crude grasping appendages, while not opposable allow them to grapple. these are the evolution of their grasping nubs which were calcified protrusions of their tentacle clubs.On the mudflats there is only war. tiny adorable war.
>>36900814IT WAS ARMAGEDDON! THERE WAS A FIRE FIGHThttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsuH1msEkvM&feature=player_detailpage#t=35
>>36899469I know it's a thing IRL, but was that necessary?
The male Molesats find themselves on their back legs often when fighting other males, and females who use their spurs on would be rapists end up being the only ones who actually get to chose their mates. The result is a race of Molesats with stronger back legs and enough temperance to continue their ancient family lifestyle.>rage virus, that's fucking ridiculous, I'd sooner accept that everyone's at each other's throats for no good reason
>>36901064*slow clap, to fast thunderous clap* bless you anon.
>>36901064I guess a more acceptable cause for the increased aggression could be a combo of worsening climate + high population stress caused by the harmony period.
>>36901675>>36901064 I was inspired by the "magic" of previous threads. This doesn't mean that they should be slinging spells right now, especially since there is very little in terms of full blown sapience.
Under attack by parasites and predators alike, all the while having to deal with more and more hostile prey, the deadly mucus spread over the body of the Eyepholl. Ingesting its own mucus would usually prove fatal, so the head remains uncoated.
>>36877559Icebreaker Fenish, now having to deal with *another* Ice Age, had to develop even stronger horns to break through to create breathing holes. Their muscles bulk up, to lend power to their charges, as well as shock absorption, so that when they make contact, they aren't brained to death in their attempts to punch a hole.
Could someone explain to me the exact nature of the symbiotic relationship between the Molesats and the plant that's full of their young in>>36874815I would like to know for possible future evos.
Some Toenail sat begin to make use of their bulk as a weapon, slamming into each-other as well as other organisms. This is employed as a defense against predators, used to win mates, and to drive away other animals that would eat their food sources. Those able to apply more power are more likely to breed resulting in greater leg muscles and a slightly lighter shell. they also have a tendency to attack whatever damages them resulting in them being more likely to set off explosive grombs.Gonna work on this line for a bit.
>>36904030Just realized I forgot to define leg muscle on the other side...
>>36899072Alright, I'm back, time to evolve some Sat(tilites)
>>36904907>KILLING FRENZY INTENSIFIES
>>36904030Continued pressure has brought further change to the Guardian Sat.They have developed a sleeker shell to reduce drag, increasing speed. The legs have grown longer to increase the length of their stride and to pack in more muscle. The footpads grow broader to increase traction and spread their weight, allowing them to stand higher on the snow. The fronts of their heads have developed a plate of absorbent armor to reduce the damage they do to themselves when they charge.Do I need tone it back or does this all work for a single evo?
>>36905418Usually you would do one or two of those that are very closely related (e.g. Leg length and shape or armour shape changes together) but since it's right after an event (ish) I have no problem with it. Just dial it back a bit for further evolutions unless something drastic happens.Like another event or wanton hunting
>>36905418Please ignore any vague phallic resemblance. seriously, that's not what I intended.Their is little difference in build between male and female Guardian Sats, combine that with a more aggressive lifestyle and mating season consists of a series of massive brawls for the most attractive mates. As a result of fighting amongst themselves the armor on their fronts has grown to cover more of the lower region. These better armored Sats are less likely to be crippled and as such they prosper over the previous iteration of Guardian Sat.>>36905523Will do.
Developing harder armor and teeth isn't enough to ensure the survival of the Waleks. They additionally evolve spikes on their armor to deter predators and rivals.
>>36904907>>36899072The Phantom response to the ice age is violent, but in an unexpected way. Instead of breaking apart Eons of harmony altogether, the Sat towers and their swarms seem to be acting as a single Sat in relation to everything else. The swarms protect themselves and the towers and mercilessly destroy any other lifeforms that enters it's radius of influence. Phantoms born near a tower remain with it for their entire lifetimes or until the tower is destroyed, which causes the swarm to return to old habits (see: Feeding Frenzy file 1201)A Sat-ilite tower being destroyed is a relatively rare occurrence, but the Towers wage war against each other constantly, jockeying for breeding and feeding grounds. Favoured Prey: Everything <semi mobile absolute territories established>I realize that a lot of interaction based changes have been happening with the Phantoms recently, i should probably get down to brass tacks and start pumping out organic shot guns or something
>>36906056All of this aggressive development is costly, to fuel stronger and more active bodies they need more food. Some among the Guardian Sat have developed a pair of tiny nubs. These nubs aid in the search for food by enabling them to more effectively feel out food sources, with those possessing nubs able to find food slightly more quickly than those without. This small advantage results in them to slowly out-competing their fore-bearers.
>>36906653I'm a little hazy on how this all works, could you break it down for me? In a sort of "explain-like-I'm-five" kind-of-way?
>>36906737Think of a small country made up of Sats. Now martial law has gone into effect, as well as an isolation policy that is put into effect. Now the military junta kills everything that goes into its borders and turn them into food.Or a super-agressive siphonophore/slime mold.
>>36906737Do you mean what I just did or the game as a whole?
>>36906820Okay, with you so far... but how did the sats get together in the first place? What makes them partner up?>>36906835the sat-ilitites
>>36906887During the period of harmony (AKA weather doesn't suck as bad), they formed colonies to better their survival.Now that worse ice age: the electric boogalooing continued, they turned into the killer sat-ilites.
>>36906887It was a previous evo that is now going horribly wrong for everyone else.
>>36906887Alright so, lemme break it down.The line that the <Phantomsat> evolved from came about by smooshing a bunch of sats together. I didn't do that but I'm working with it as a pre disposition to melding and improvement (how did they evolve this in the first place? ask whoever started this line)This is basically continuing the trend with the new Generation since they had HARMONY HARMONY to make them more interested in working together again.I introduced the concept of the Post-Ghostphantom Evos becoming hyper aggressive when it's cold, to explain part of them going from HARMONY WORK TOGETHER, to solitary cannibal murderers when ice age hit the first time.Now, the cycle continues.
>>36907099Ahhh, okay... it just wasn't clear to me from your posts as to how it all worked. Thanks.
>>36907260What do each of the different colours do? And what's the blue stringy-stuff connecting them? Is there a difference between the oribiting sats and the "clump"? Or is it a school of fish as opposed to something like a Portuguese Man-o'-War?
>>36907306That is, is it just clumped together like a herd of animals, free to come and go as they please, or have they formed a structure?
>>36907306uhhThe GREY ones with BLACK cores are <Phantomsat>, technically a pre evolution of the other colours. They can pick up vibrations and are about as smart as...I don't know a fish hunter?The BLUEish ones with the PINK cores are <Durable Phantomsat> more durable versions of the grey and have regenerative capabilities.The ORANGE ones with RED cores are <Toxic Phantomsat>, they are more sluggish but have slightly higher regenerative powers than the Durables, also their flesh is a mild paralytic and toxic when consumed in high amounts. The GREEN ones with BROWN cores are <Solar Phantoms> that developed the ability to turn solar energy into food during harmony time. They're probably all about to die out because they have no heightened regen.>>36907388The 'clump' essentially has them sharing processing power and minor abilities with each other allowing them to direct other Phantoms (and ghosts) who for some reason actually listen.They can and do break apart, but it is a slow process and individuals usually only leave to breed or feed. Once formed the tower itself usually stays (even if made up by different phantoms than originally) unless it takes critical damage somewhere.The blue stuff was just supposed to be lots of tentacle merging, running under flesh, accessing cores, all that jazz. Squik
>>36907388>>36907306checking out the Siphonophorae stuff again, it's very similar but not quite the same. Probably what the Man O War stuff would be if they were formed out of more robust organisms and evolved on an alien death world with like 5 levels of ice age.
>>36906712The success of these nubs brings about a tend in the Guardian Sat as those with longer, stronger, and more sensitive feelers have an easier time finding food. The tendrils spur increased development of a nervous system in order to better make use of the input, which coincidentally brings about slightly increased awareness throughout the rest of the body.Basically, they're more capable of feeling pain and other such sensations.
>>36907634That is so fucking awesome... probably one of the most creative ideas in this particular game. Keep it the fuck up!
>>36907893Thanks!I like all the other ones too. Lemme just say, I have no idea what I'm doing, just going with the flow.If there were two more evos in harmony age they'd have probably ended up merging into some giant prismatic sea dragon or something....damn now I want to see that
>>36907893>tfw you had planned on doing this with the plants, but people complained when you made the plants conscious.
>>36907870*tend was supposed to be trendBTW I'm gonna stop with the guardians for a while.
>>36908080Good work on them anon. Guardians coming along nice
>>36907870and pain is good b/c it encourages you to gtfo of dangerous situations
>>36908145>>36908258Thanks. By the way, I wanted to work on a species flying carnivore next but I've noticed that it was never made clear whether or not they have eyelids. would it be right to assume they don't?
>>36909112I dunno anon, the fennet line is an enigma wrapped in mystery to me.Reached that point before I joined up so I think you're gonna have to archive dive.
>>36898699>>36898986the phollerp armors up, after all, this is gonna be a bumpy ride
>>36910748change your paint bucket tolerance to get rid of the white edges, also turn of anti-aliasing.
>>36887278here's a recommendation, include the sky in the mutation chart, and add Grombs to the infection chart, no point in making air-species immune to mutation and grombs immune to infection.
>>36906653the Sat Array becomes more advanced allowing it to control the smaller clusters
>>36910748paint bucket tolerance? i don't have that option on MS Paint
>>36911398meant to reply to>>36910812
>>36909112 I know the Sail fennets and their ancestors do. It would be dumb to assume that they have eyes but no eyelids.
>>36911350so Falcon where are you gonna go with this?
>>36911524I think the answer is going to be puns. So many puns.
A life spent moving at high speeds through adverse weather has brought about an interesting mutation amongst the Seeker Fennet. A clear protective membrane for the eyes separate from the eyelid, these nictating membranes enable them to keep their eyes open more often and improve life expectancy through increased success in hunting and more frequently being able to see approaching danger.
>>36912127you already posted this at>>36912090
How are we looking for charts at the moment?
and we are falling off the board>>36912351, thanks mate
new thread when?
now guys, don't make a new thread without the charts!
>>36911524Ah ha haaaaaa, I have no idea. I'll figure it out when I wake up properly in a few hours. At this point I wouldn't be surprised if they just launched into space and became literal Satellites, their true calling finally realized. I'm likely going to let them sit for a little bit and evolve the solar phantoms though. Give the other creatures time to react to the ....Phantom Menace
>>36911398Grab Paint.Net, its paint but better
>>36913326so the new threads going up when we hit page 10, that ought give the people doing the charts enough time to update them.
Some among the Seeker Fennet experience a rather odd mutation. The scales tipping their tails develop strangely, stretching, fusing and warping into a vertically flat, somewhat spade shaped mass. As it happens, they make for excellent rudders, providing them with unparalleled airborne agility.
Workin on Satchart, will try and post before next thread. Speaking of, new thread should probably go up in a few hours
>>36914201BadaboomSomeone else will have to update the other charts, outta time. I should be making a Phantom dossier for next thread so people know what they are beyond appearance in case someone else wants to evolve them.
I nominate>>36904907For the next OP.
>>36914582 Will do
>>36914582 New thread>>36914923
Christ. How come these things always end up looking nightmarish and never cute?