>>40230460Evolution thread hit the image limit, lets continue here
>>40230680>>40230321Ferms light senstive areas begin to grow into long stalks to better receive and detect light.
>>40230680Can we get the first Thread Archived please?
>>40174595Ill start off with this, The Bleps Infrared sensing spots collapse to form a sort of compound eye capable of sensing movement and contrast, helping to differ predators to smaller creatures
>>40230216The Aerokreps find a new and easily-exploitable source of food: Land Ferms>>40227551The Aerokreps' arms travel further down its body to facilitate prey-capture.Unfortunately, it must return to the sea to eat its catch; its ventrally-situated mouth and the fact that it only has two limbs (sufficiently developed to bear its weight, that is - the third arm still exists, albeit stunted) means that it cannot feed and stand at the same time.
>>40230935FUCK. forgot it was on a transparent background
Previous thread archived. We Klogas now.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Klogas>>40230935While these are amazing, it's best not to focus continuously on one organism.
>>40231014Okay, last Aerokrep thing, I swear. well, for the near future>>40230935>>40230963A little reference diagram of a Krep's mouth.The folds in the flesh around its mouth allow it to protrude a bit and grant some extra flexibility, much like a ray's or skate's.
>>40227846without many predators the bristlechins mates start reproducing via sexual selection, the longer the "whiskers" the more attractive the bristlechin seems, through generations the average length grows longer.
Can someone link to the wiki?
>>40231196There's a wiki?
>>40231162do we seriously have neckbeard whales?
>>40231353not the most ridiculous things in this thread
In response to aerial predation, the photosensitive spots on Land Ferms begin to grow in more concentrated, upward-turned patches.The previously-occupied areas have very thin skin, inadvertently exposing more photosynthetic surface.
>>40231161that looks like a place i could stick a thing into
>>40231196>>40231256There isn't. Not yet.
>>40231488>>40231256http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Primordial_Evolution_GamePic related was best thread
>>40231162bigger pic for your convenience
>>40231516That's one evogame of many even though it reigns as the largest with the longest run. If this gets added to 1d4chan, it'll have its own page, like Fortune and Arigan.
>>40231695The Greater Bristlechin eventually evolves into the Higher Bristlechin, a large paddle like tail forming over time to allow it to maneuver rather than simply float blimp like on the currents or pad gently along the bottoms of the sea beds
>>40231695The bristles in the mouth mutate slightly to be thicker but still as thin at the ends, turning them into fortible piercing objects to attack the competitors and larger prey making them take a more predator route
>>40231867>>40231845lets splice these breeds together to make the ultimate predator
>>40231886krep for scale
>>40231938"There's always a bigger fish."
>>40230724like your ferm, but using the pencil tool makes the animal clearer.
>>40230724The stalky ferm grows a large flap of skin over its eyes , focusing the light and allowing the ferm to identify the difference between night and predators like>>40230935
>>40225997Crusher Anomalokrepidid. They break off and crush pieces of Frems to eat. Over the generations, the exoskeletal plates of their limbs have covered more, and have thickened. This both armored their limbs, and have rigid surfaces for their muscles to exert force against. Things needed to break up their food source.
>>40232120Forgot something. Added weight has them scooting along the sea floor sometimes, as it is slightly more tiring to freely swim.
Do we have a place these live? If not, planet. Most of the land masses are covered in Ferm by now, giving the planet a large pink tint. The planet is relatively young by geological standards and is mostly composed of a light grey rock at the moment. Temperature fluctuates between 6C and 24C but can reach -60C at either pole while the equator can reach 30C. The planet itself is three or four times larger than earth, and doesn't have any moons. feel free to name, edit or whatever.
>>40232324wait, aren't most Terrestrial Ferm green, due to absorbing Farmer Belp algal chloroplasts?
>>40232611I BET YOU REGRET IGNORING THE PSYBELPS NOW, HUH, FAGGOTS?!
>>40232611just kidding we captured a sattalite big enough/close enough to cause tides, still a pretty important change
>>40232667however in a few hundred mellenia it might spiral into a crashcourse tragectory
>>40232696Nah its moving further away from us. Name suggestions?
>>40232543The original land terms out number the newer ones? You could make coasts greener, as they would evolve quicker.
>>40232716Let's give it a designation.DNG-18-RY
>>40232667and we're orbiting a neutron star (not to scale)
>>40232696wouldnt it rip itself apart by tidal forces and create rings before that ever happens?
>>40232759DNG-18-RY (Klogas) It is then.
>>40233028We' the furthest orbit out, nearer are three stripped bare planets, and a gaseous ring that is all that remains of a pair of gas giants that spun themselves out in a chaotic orbit, creating a nice gas cloud that blocks us from the lion's share of harmful radiation from the neutron star, but not so much light and heat that our planet freezes.
>>40233028looks more like a white dwarf, a neutronstar would be just a blinding spot of light the size of newyork
>>40233131>>40232654I need to make tumor-brain belps that parasitically control their psi-help brothers... Then we could work towards intelligent belps with biological telekinetic tools.
>>40233131however we still get a lot of the radiation and cancer runs rampant in DNA based lifeforms but also gives them an evolutionary advantage by putting them on the random mutation fasttrack
>>40233161Would we be DNA based? Wouldn't such an environment naturally favor a more stable base in a triniary helix? The stability preventing evolution countered by the radiation, thus leading to about average evolution?
>>40233215wouldnt that just leave us more open to cancerous cells happening everywhere
>>40174732>>40233249speaking of tumors, a few klep develop "Heiretitary" brain tumors, however they reproduce before the cancer bursts from the brain, but the massive growth of the brain makes these klep technically the smartest lifeforms on the planet though they have no senses to experience the world with trapped in their own mind
>>40233286the only sense it has is pain
>>40233286Can you go Siphonophore with this?
>>40233126>>40232759>DNG-18-RY>DNG18RY>DNGLBRY>DingleberryYou guys just named our moon "Dingleberry."Fucking KEK
>>40233028>>40233431well, let's keep going. let's name the star we orbit Moon.
>>40230680Gave me a hearty kek
>>40230963To handle the sensory information that comes with powered flight, the Aerokrep's cephalon swells with brain matter.While not quite as intelligent as their short-lived marine cousins, these kreps have gained a serious competitive edge.
>>40233471glad i can please
>>40231435In response to increased predatory pressure, landferms develop a more streamlined bodyplan.This accidentally causes its photoreceptors to migrate dorsally
>>40233531SHIT TAINT FORGOT PIC
with brainwaves flooding their brain with self contained thoghts, the nervous system grows at tremendous rates sometimes splitting the ends and pushing out of the tentacles, if two krep with similar situations meet brainwaves shoot through the nervous tissue and into the other krep, often times this leads to "buddies" who latch on to eachother, usually becoming mates, "feeling" the others brainwave like a secondary sense.
>>40233616this, i like this. it would appear we have some creative fa/tg/uys tonight
>>40233616>>40233286sometimes however it just so happens that they can form colonies, when one inevitably dies they have sort of funerals for them by forsing the rest of their body into their shell and pushing it into the mud shell-side-up
>>40233635if anyone is half decent at art feel free to improve on my peice of shit here
Holy fuck, you guys...
>>40233683Can we get updated family trees? What would be best is if we could get a timeline one too... Would look freaking boss.
>>40232010The stalky ferms 'eyes' recess even more into its head, giving it vision that while extremely poor compared to humans, is more advances than any other species on the planet. Increase radiation on the surface has caused pseudo-nerve tissue to develop inside its hard outer shell. The sun also has the effect of bleaching all colour from the shell, making it camouflaged.
>>40231938Some bristlechins develop manes in attempt to atract more partners. These are now called Royal Bristlechins. Small bristlechins tend to hide in their parents manes.At this point, the biggest specimens are becoming too massive to swim. Instead they just roam on the ocean floor, consuming all organic matter they can find.
>>40226925The TumbleKrem form sharp barbs poisonous to most modern creatures, the poison dyes the skin a darker shade and eventually develops loose bones which rattles against the hard outer shell, warning animals of its arrival and warding off predators.
>>40234278Dial it down a notch, man. Only do one change at a time.
>>40234265could you post that with a white B/g it defaults to black and its hard to get rid of with the outlines being the same colour in my editor
>>40234295k i wont touch this one for a while then.
>>40234302There you go!
>>40234332it joins weight watchers and drops a few pounds, moving to shallower waters with more speed
>>40231844Ayep! Here's the main evolution games page, missing a lot of entries between Arigan and this one.http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Evolution_Games
>>40231886As time passes, SmartBelp algae evolves to be more "infectious." The easier it can integrate with developing Belps, the more advantageous.The Bristlechins, sharing a common ancestor with SmartBelps, have a degree of susceptibility to algal assimilation.One Bristlechin lineage has evolved to exploit this. Their skin is now a much brighter shade of green. They prefer to dwell in the shallows.
>>40234540Shallow-water life brings these slightly photosynthetic Bristlechins into contact with a profusion of potential meals - namely, the speedy Anomalokrepidids.After a few generations, Chlorochins begin sporting iron-oxide deposits above their mouths. While the magnetic disturbances these produce are incredibly minor, they're enough to entice hungry or stupid anomalokrepidids.
>>40234617Over time these deposits develop into a band above the mouth, which generates a large disturbance to draw in much greater numbers of Anomalokrepidids
>>40233683the ram was just to avoid a obvious dick spoecies.if it looks a little bit, ok, but not too obvious, so i changed this strain 2 or 3 times to look similar, but not too obvious.>>40234510yes the one with the Knob is missing>>40205895duo the stress with the bristlechin, the broadleaf ferm with bigger and sharper edges making it harder to get devoured in big parts so all later generations gerts sharper
>>40234716i miss my baby knob <3
>>40234698Eventually, this magnetic bait-strip becomes so effective that some populations of Bristlechins no longer require their bristles.The Magnalips are born.
>>40205922the broad Ferm with cells collecting gas from metabolism dont get eaten completly due to broken or shattered parts floating awaySo the following generations get bigger gasous cells
>>40234745The chromosome that houses the gene that codes for the Magnalips' characteristic lure also carries a handful of genes that regulate their facial development.the most successful population of Magnalips has accrued a neutral mutation that separates the prooptic fold into two distinct lobes.The magnetic "moustache" grows.by sheer chance, this species' Binomial name is Burtus reynoldsii
>>40234736i miss them too, was a nice thread, i found my old bopsam, but i didnt saved the evolution tree
>>40234853With increased food-intake comes an increased need for fat-storage. The void where the eyes of the Magnalips' ancestors once rested make a perfect spot.
In response to the sudden profusion of Magnalips, the marine Anomalokrepidids evolve more focused magnetosensory eyes.These are better suited to seeing past Magnalip lures.
>>40234898Those are nostrils.
>>40235689Nostrils then, whatever.
>>40211015The Mutant Brain Belps, previously and slowly crowded out by their psi-weilding descendants, make a resurgence after the SmartBelp Algae infection bloom effects all 3 populations, their colors are effected just as much, though their tumorous neural nodes are mottled.They are now able to infect other Belps with their specilized Hyphae, either planting eggs in them, or even directly infecting the brains of other Belps and controlling them as extensions of themselves thanks to similar brain structures even now.The first varieties to be 'tamed' are their descendants, the psi-belps used to cultivate larger and more complex algae fields.>If no one minds, I'm going to use this opportunity to render the original Belp extinct in the next few posts, they're just being out competed in the algae market at this point right?
Oh boy another evo thread. I thought it was about time for the next one to pop up. Observing for a while.
>>40220646An error in copying genes has produced the development of an additional set of tentacles in a popper klep. By some miracle, they were somewhat functional. The trait was passed onto offspring and is becoming more common over time in the species.>>40234898Hello new evogame reaction pic
>>40236758Make sure to check out the old'un >>40172744for context and coolness
>>40236797Aye Aye Capn. I'll probably go... science man again
>>40234898As their prey gets more crafty, the Magnalips begin to concentrate their magnetic lure into a liplike pouch
>>40236789The Klepcrab develops armor plating on the majority of its upper body
>>40234947Something happens in one Anomalokrepis population.A point-mutation (single-gene mutation) in the genes that code for the receptor cells in Anomalokrepis' magnetosensory eyes has drastic consequences. Of the first generation, 80% of the individuals that would normally make it to reproductive age die due to blindness. Of the remaining 20%, half compenate for their blindness and survive to reproduce, but with drastic declines in fitness.Of the final ten percentage points, five still retain a very damaged magnetosensory vision.But the final five percentage points? Those few, those lucky few...their copy of the mutant gene has done something extraordinary. The magnetosensitive cells have become photosensitive cells. They are now blessed with simple camera eyes.
>>40237010>compound eyes>Ficht Mich...well there goes my SleepDep-fueled-poetrysuch as it is
>>40236826God fucking damnit Cannot unsee
>>40236881since being not so mobile, the Klepcrab with a longer snout mouth can get more food, till its common under this species
>>40237148the offsprings with a shell more centered abobe the body middle are agilerwhich leads to all later generations having this morphology
>>40236826Having lost a significant portion of their food supply, the Maglips are further pressured into developing better lures.A duplication error on one of their chromosomes establishes a second "magnet-lip" on the underside of their mouth.However, this comes at a cost. The skin covering their fat-storing nostrils becomes dangerously thin
The motley of hybrid crep have settled down into a more homogenous state with subsequent generations. Frequently the ones with stronger, thicker limbs and larger membranes have come out on top in mating and feeding and have no come to dominate the strain. The stronger [Fanged Krep] is a danger to anything it can lay a hand on.
>>40237276Successive generations have a serious problem...their nostril-sacs are extremely prone to bursting.This leaves them at extreme risk of infection, and even to being eaten alive from the inside-out by small organisms such as Hunter Kreps.However, some populations seem to be selecting /for/ this trait rather than against...
>>40237388good lord how horrifyingside question, is that editable in paint?
>>40237388MY NOSTRILS ARE IN AGONY!But in all seriousness, fragments of Telsafrem start growing into the exposed fat deposits.
>>40237388...why? Because it solves the Maglips' lure-problem. Due to the Maglip's high amounts of adipose tissue, bloodloss was never a problem.Its immune system and scarring response are boosted to deal with parasitic infection, while its sense of pain deadens to make the open wounds more bearable.The rest of the changes are behavioralThis lineage of Maglip now sits and waits with its mouth closed, blood slowly leaking from its bait-wounds. The lips, swollen to hold more magnetic material, form an effective seal.When it feels the pressure waves of nearby prey on its exposed nerve endings, it opens its mouth with lightning quickness; the sudden influx of water creates a "vacuum," usually sucking small prey into its mouth.The Maglip has made the best of an awful situation, and you know what?
>>40237944It feels good, man.If the Baiter Maglip could feel emotion, it would probably feel pretty......smug.
>>40237967you were planning this since>>40234745weren't you?
I bet this would make a unique quest thread
>>40238151>>40238094>>40237967>>40238005Well this was fun while it lasted.
I did a thing.>>40237967I knew this was coming since >>40237276.
>>40238406>>40238151Im just asking, as a casual viewer, can we not shit this one up? Its evo that guying, and there is always that guy.
>>40238695this one's been shat up since fighter jet belp, the OP left pretty early on and there's been pretty much no idea regulation.
>>40238420and now as a timeline, you could use day = 10 mil years ^^
>>40238821I be your the best person to invite to a party...
>>40238420laser kreps need some love>tfw cant because on phone
>>40239144Joke's on you, I don't get invited to parties
>>40239289No, it needs to be left like the joke it was.
>>40237967>>40237944>>40237451>>40237388Behavioral change to >>40236336Move cultures and farms of algae onto the backs of the greater bristlechin line. As well as expand their contro to hunter belps. The life time of baiter belps is short lived in the extreme, as the cultivation and domestication of breeds that don't attract duck tons of predators use up their available resources. They live unfulfilling lives, their break in the normal rules of evolution barely noticed as the entire genus slides into extinction, unable to compete with more mobile, and sustainable breeds of greater bristlechin.>nice try, too bad I've been planning this move since the fatty nostrils thing
>>40239289im with this anon >>40239373I did it just because of the flying and psychic BelpIt was just an anti reaction to the quick evolving into starcraft things.
>>40239289On phone and did a behavioral change to herding belps to explain the extinction of a that guy genus. Will do pictures to show changes as well once I get home. Farmed Bristlechins are next.
>>40238420Can we get charts for the other two?
>>40239983Working on them. Not sure how to handle belps. I'll wait until the chatter has figured things out. Personally, I don't have issue with the Pepe Maglip, as the description sort of makes sense. Although I think it'd be better if they just had pores to squirt out blood rather than constantly open wounds. Like the Horned Toad, except these would use their blood to bait in prey. >Thing smells blood >Injured creature is easy prey>Just kidding. It was a maglip. Until this is wrapped up, I'll start the Ferm after running an errand.
>>40239650I understandI'm ok with where the psyblep ended up, though
>>40240156I say just put red x's over the extinct line. Pepe belp maker had their laughs. Keeping it just ticked people off and appears to have killed the thread.
>>40241834I do think it's real easy to salvage. Sure, it still looks like Pepe for now, but it makes much more sense with this. >>40240156Squirts blood out of pores connected to the nostrils in order to trick prey into thinking there's something injured and easy to eat nearby.
>>40242148I can live with this
>>40242804Last one. I can probably get rid of that "UNDER DEBATE," but I have to get ready for work.
give it big muscly legs
I wonder what the Aerokreps and Landferms are up to...poker?
>>40234871The bopshroom evos were strange, to say the least
>>40237275A mutation in the genes regarding the krep's tentacles, the tips separate into four "fingers" covered in touch and temperature sensors and granting more dexterity. the rear tentacles also achieve the split ends, but retain a webbing between the four "fingers" to aid in locomotion
>>40243512Are you of serious, comrade?
>>40243530w0tI didnt mean to do this
>>40193328As a response to the growing number of dangerous predators both above and below the water, these belps lose their collection sack in favor of a sensory bulge on their undersides (which face upwards) in order to detect incoming flying predators.It also changes its coloration to become harder to see from both above and below.
>>40233596To further combat predation, the smoothferms produce toxins in their skin to discourage predators, as well as warning coloration in the form of red and yellow spots all over its body
had an idea for an elemental evo thread. Start off with fire, water, earth, air spirits and then see how people mutate them from there until they basically create the world from them.
>>40232010While it's cousins develop more precise eyes, other Stalky-Eye Ferms turn their vision towards other purposes.Able to see the lay of the land through shadows and perspective, though no where able to see fine details, these Ferms find themselves able to better position themselves for moisture and to eat the rotting corpses of other land based ferms and the algae growths that have begun to cover the land. This eventually leads to them developing large root like constructs, forfitting the majority of their mobility in favor of better taking advantage of the nutrients in the layers of soil that have built up over the eons.
>>40233596Taking a different strategy to combat aerial predators, the Burrowing Ferm undergoes a drastic change to its body plan.It moves all of its symbiotic algae to its rear end, now a "leaf" that can be moved to face the sun. Its body becomes more flexible through segmentation, its movement bristles spread throughout its main body to help anchor it in sand tunnels, and its eye spots migrate to 2 main points on its body: to a ring around the "leaf", in order to detect incoming predators with enough time to retract its leaf into its burrow, and to an eye-stalk over its mouth. They can still reproduce asexualy, but now they can release clouds of sperm and eggs into the coastal waters they call home, and breed in this manner.>>40246269Go for it, man
aw shit yeah. Time to update my evolution charts.
>>40234838The Broad Ferm learns to use its gaseous cells for flotation, floating on the surface of the ocean, sometimes even serving as a roost for Aerokreps and feeding on their waste.
>>40247774Over time, symbiotic algae begins to grow in the upper areas of the Floating Ferm, beginning the creation of miniature ecosystems
>>40246269>>40246601when this ends I'll be starting this one. Last post on it, just sounding it out on you guys. Got another evolution for this: >>40246387The Terra-Ferm-er, over the generations, turns dust and stone and rot into further soil. And spreads further and further. Finding water an essential ingredient towards successfully spreading, it turns it's former movement tendrils into something useless for movement, but perfect for manipulating the soil. Soon, the Aqua-Ferm-Er has spread a variety of water ways, especially streams and rivers, throughout the continents it lives on.
>>40248111picture for updated ferm.
>>40248111Sounds cool. Would make charts for.Incoming chart updates
>>40223032The first species to adapt to live on Island Ferms, Migrant Belps spend most of their lives on a single Island Ferm. Traveling to the higher levels to feed on algae during the day, and going down near the water line to sleep. They are amphibious, still needing to keep their skin moist enough so they can breathe through it, but they adopted the coloration of their new habitat as camouflage from AerokrepsThey still need to go to the submerged portions of the Ferms to breed, however
And Blep.ill rearrange these when I have to, but there's no point if they're just going to be dead for now. Anything with a green line extending after it is the final creature for all of these, especially krep.
>>40248566>tfw >>40248541 wasnt accepted
>>40248656I'm not a time traveler friend. It'll be in the next one though I'm just lazy.
>>40248541>tfw >>40217493 wasn't accepted
>>40248776Lel its fine. Thank you for the charts, nonetheless
>>40172771>The Ferm eats a water stone
Rip in kill
Since this is dead, I guess I'll start: >>40248111tomorrow night.
>>40213064Smaller species of bristlechins still have their ecological niche in scavenging and eating algae in the places where the larger species cannot fit into.With some of their predators developing sight in the visible spectrum (>>40237010), those with smaller dorsal fins and skin with color and texture like that of the sand and mud of the sea floor had a better rate of survival.These are probably quite vulnerable to the blood lure, as scent is still their main sense.
Bump before bed.
Bump, if posting works again.
>>40246601That was...really fast.
>>40253755Wait, wouldn't the magnetic-vision Kreps just be able to see through that?
>>40257090Yeah, but the visible spectrum ones wouldn't as much.
>>40233605Aerokreps evolve stronger legs that let them stand better on solid ground.The cartilaginous rings (present in the tentacles from the start to give them a bit more structural strength) thicken, and the legs are carried further under the Aerokrep's center of gravity.
>>40257261Could we get a rough sketch of the underside?
>>40257261Fun Fact: Aerokrep wings are derived from air bladders. seriously, check out the previous thread's archiveModern Aerokreps gain the ability to partially deflate these wings (which "fold" along a crease that develops as the organism ages) to decrease their profile and allow the Aerokreps to walk on land more efficientlyno, that's not a cock. Kreps have always had three arms. The upper two became raptorial appendages and eventually legs. The lower one became reduced, but never really went away
>>40257847Nope, but now you have a profile.>>40257856
>>40257856The third arm could eventually be used to carry food or somethingalso how do these reproduce
>>40259489Assuming nothing has changed, external fertilization of shell-less eggs. They're pretty much flying hermaphroditic amphibians, except they're descended from squid-things rather than fish-things.
>>40257856the aerokrep's third tentacle grows longer, allowing its use for things such as carrying food or even eggs
Renaming the flappy belp Frilp. Frilled Belp.The mobile speces.Some of the highly mobile species which no longer ate would still swallow water. They'd bulge up from swallowing too much. This actually had the benefit of uncovering some of their flaps and body slightly. Over time, this behavior became instictual, and their stomachs became highly elastic.>>40257856Speaking of archives, suptg lost our first thread while 4chan was down earlier. Here's the... I guess I can't call it foolz any more. Moe archive then?>https://archive.moe/tg/thread/40172744/
>>40260247Excellent work, ensign.
>>40260247you always need to manually insert the thing into suptg. It's the only way to be sure.Anyway, looks like we got some neat stuff going on here... I think I'll update the parasitic herding belps next. Anybody against giving them rudimentry intelligence at this point? Like late ape stages. They aren't using tools, but their parasitic control over other belps would give them about the same mental work out wouldn't you think?
>>40260439Open the first page. It's blank.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Klogas
>>40260439Im all for the mind controlling belps to gain rudimentary intelligenceLet them control psy-belps and maybe other larger species. Id say that since they dont do much work themselves, just control other belps to do it for them, they'd get smaller but more intelligent
>>40236336Under the oceans, the Herding Belps have finally developed rudimentry intelligence. They are capable of identifying the self recognition and basic tool use. Or they would be if they had manipulators. Instead they have their parasitic Hyphae, used to control other species of Belp, this control over these species, combined with their already potent ability for pattern recognition and algae farming, has accelerated their brain developement to the point of later earth apes. With a little more pressure towards intelligence, they might become one of the first sapient species on the planet.
>>40234265>>40234332The Herder Belps began the process, but the Brain Belps ended it. The larger breeds of Royal BristleChin, chosen out of all the bristle chin breeds for the shelter their manes offer, have become the chosen homes and chief domesticated animals of the brain belps. Their manes extended to cover larger areas of their body to cover more brain belp population, while their rear sections and dorsal fins cultivated into algae farms growing from their skin.
>>40243530The Krep Krabs develop some new sensory organs, allowing them to detect heat and infrared light
>>40260036The third tentacle grows claws, further improving its ability to carry things, and now rests closer to the body, further streamlining the krep
>>40261637Krep Krabs evolve an extra shell plate to completely cover their popper, giving it more durability and enabling it to be used more often, giving them far better senses than before
>>40261771Do these things still only have magnetoreceptors? or can they see light in the visible spectrum?
>>40262251how exactly did they evolve to have their anus over their mouths? that'd not be a survival trait I imagine...
>>40262301blue eyes are visible spectrum. red eyes are magnetoreceptors.
>>40262373Its not an anus, m8. The Popper is an organ that functions like dolphin's sonar>>40261058To aid in movement through Farm Bristlechin manes, Brain Belps develop the tips of their fins into tentacles that, although not being very dexterous, do help it move in its new habitat. They also lose some of their eye-spots, and group the remaining ones together
>>40262485But they can fly, they could really use vision >>40261771>They develop light sensitive patches along their crest
>>40262704Top view / 3rd arm
>>40262827>>40262704Ill combine both views
>>40262704Evolution don't care. Magneto vision could still be very useful given that we're near a neutron star. Magnetic force lines are going to be far more prevalent in such an environment than actual light.
>>40263032I had not realized this, good point. Still, being able to at least tell light from darkness couldn't hurt
>>40262704>crestNot to That Guy, but that's not really a "crest."That's just a bulge on the back of their cephalon.
>>40263195I just wasn't sure what else to call it. I do now, though, thank you anon
Rolled 812, 788, 987, 430, 366, 334, 10, 980, 409, 949 = 6065 (10d1000)bump
>>40262251since the strain with these tentacle tips are superior, it more evolves inte specialised even mor
>>40266133The krep krab expands its gill system, enableing it to get more oxygen out of the water and be able to safely exert itself more. But what would it be doing that would require an expanded gill system...
>>40267603A less visual change, but just as important. Rather than the cartilaginous rings that most species possess to give their tentacles some more strength, the Krep Krab develops the first bone equivalent: it turns the cartilage in its tentacles into the same material in its shell. While it looks like a solid piece of shell, the rings are made of interlocking shell fibers, giving it more strength but still allowing a certain amount of "give", although not as much as the cartilaginous rings. these new shell rings are present in all its tentacles.
>>40266133>>40267603>>40267845Bit of a decent rule as to not play favourites would be to evolve other species aswell every now and again instead of focusing on a single creature.
>>40270039Yeah i'm giving it a break for now, i'll find one that hasnt gotten as much attentionto be fair, >>40266133 wasnt me
>>40263032We do have photosynthesis occurring, so there must be a source of light. Maybe we orbit a normal star which happens to be relatively near a neutron star. Pulsar even?
>>40270958Maybe its just a form of photosynthesis which uses the light emitted by a neutron star? (I thought they emitted light in the visible spectrum as well?)
>>40270958We're separated from the neutron star by a lovely gas torus that soaks up a lot of the hard radiation.Maybe the gas torus is spitting out some Cherenkov radiation?If it were strong enough, the planet would be very, very blue.Photosynthetic organisms would probably be a silvery pink
>>40271090So far, they've been shown to be green, but that's easy to change. As a side note, I love how our non-algae plants here are actually photosynthetic animals.
>>40262884how do they feed?
>>40273739mouth on their stomach.
>>40271090Could be that some conditions in the gas torus have created light up until now, and they are slowly shifting down?
>>40275257>>40248536Whoops, forgot to reply
>>40275257No, but named after it for the resemblance. Anomalokrepis.Will come up with some new evos after running a few errands.
>>40273855I think in the interest of not having to go back and change every single green animal we've made so far, this would be the best way to go. I guess from now on we could either slowly shift to having slivery-pink photosynthetic life, or in the name of simplicity just keep going with the current color scheme
>>40242148Some life-cycle and mating behavior. Like all belp descendants, maglips are still hermaphroditic. Unlike the rest and smaller members of the bristlechin family, they exhibit sequential hermaphroditism. Born female and become male later in life. This change came about from full sized specimens not moving much, and a tendency to consume their young if they laid eggs. Over time, only the younger mature maglips would lay eggs down current from the older, larger maglips.Relatively few live long enough to transition to male, so they reproduce young, and the weak are rooted out by predators.Should their young have some sort of larval stage?
hey guys thats a nice organism you've got there.be a shame if it was to contract a [spolier]highly virulent virus that destroys half the population[/spoiler]
>>40267845The Krep Krab begins to develop a heavily armored tail, with a club-like mass on the end. This could be a strong defensive weapon, a tool, or a solid base for further evolution.
So are Krep Krabs aquatic?
The Greater Aerokrep has an elongated claw n the legs now. The legs also have a Microraptorian secondary wing, to provide better gliding capabilities. Due to such, the third limb cannot be seen from above during flight.
What degree of flexibility does the tail have?
>>40278589The Krep Krab tail can bend slightly at all points, but it can bend the most at the spots where the armor plates meet. The Krab can also move with the tail, like an Ankylosaurus would.
>>40278211From the ruins, a champion emerges. A strain with a more radially symmetric body structure happened to have a genetic resistance to whatever this disease infecting what is now confirmed to be STICKY FERMS is.>>40278344Yes. They live in shallow waters. Mostly in gulfs and coves. Maybe reefs.
>>40278589meant to link to >>40278326
>>40278326Behavioral Change:With its expanded gill system, stronger muscles, and armoured tail, the Krep Krab can now venture out onto the coasts near its habitat, and prey upon Land Ferms, and using its armoured tail club to smash open the shells of Stalky Ferms, before consuming its insides
The armored tail can gain spikes somewhere as well if anyone wants to do that. I will be back in a few hours.
>>40278663Where would this have evolved from?Also does the virus affect only ferms, or what?>>40278726Would spikes make it more effective at breaking open shells?
>>40278760In some ways, yes. It would also be more effective as a defense.
>>40278326>>40278704They gain a longer tongue to aid in eating Ferm insides, and some sentisive, dexterous tendrils around their mouth as well>>40278781I'll give them tail spikes in a bit, gonna give some attention to other species first though. unless someone else is kind enough to do it
>>40278760Evolved from ferms with the yellow tendrils. There's nothing to link it back to since the last thread 404'd.As for the virus, it just looked to be some joke post, as it didn't specify anything. I decided to roll with it. Also, ferms just needed some attention.
>>40278940damn, forgot imagealso, as they spend more time on land, the webbing in their rear tentacles begins to fade>>40278948Lets forget the virus thing for now, but the acid tendril ferms did need atention
>>40261637Flat Krep Krabs. They've found a food source beneath City Ferms: the stationary species of frilp last thread. Short tentacles. Having a lower profile help in avoiding detection underneath the electrical ferms.
>>40230741After being tamed and bred for a while by >>40262556, These Eye Belps develop longer fins to enable them to swim faster, and, due to their domestication, slots on the tops of their heads for the Brain Belps to insert their parasitic hyphae, granting them greater control over them, and even allowing them to interface with their advanced compound eyes
>>40230680Fucking hell, OP, at least give the thread a fucking title.No wonder we've barely had any traffic...
>>40232120Crusher Anomalokrepidid front arms become completely covered. Compensating for the added weight, their paddles have become sturdier and more suited for dragging themselves across the seabed.
>>40275257Yep! Well, Klogas' equivalent of them, anyway.I may or may not have been working toward that...fuckin' love me some Anomalocaridids.
>>40282451Someone move its mouth to between its arms pls. First jaws on Klogas>>40282554no one blames you
>>40279805Like their cousins the Mount Belp, the Hunter Belp is likewise domesticated by the Brain Belps ( >>40262556 ).Just as the mounts, they develope the slots for easier Hyphae access, as those with more permeable skulls are bred more and survive better from the process of coupling and decoupling.Over time, their limbs shorten, as they are not needed to be as maneuverable, rarely traveling far from the Farm Bristlechins that act as their homes.
The way I see it, Mount Belps >>40279805 Might be used for long distance travel and foraging, while the Weapon Belps would be used for home defense
Well, I'm going to use the name I like for stuff.I am going to try to bring the creatures to late Cambrian or Early Permian states.
>>40284982I believe in you
>>40278965The Krep Krab become flatter, it gains claws, and the webbing recedes further for better life on land. The tail can now not only smash things, but can now penetrate an object. The neck is also at a much better position.
>>40285446I will be upset if the Krep Krab does not reach the tier of Yu'Mel and gain Elder God status.
>>40285446Krep Krabs begin favoring sharper teeth for ripping and tearing, and their webs recede further
>>40278476The Greater Aerokrep's tail becomes longer, and they gain a pair of brightly colored crests (this can be sexually dimorphic, but that is up to whoever else wants to evolve that), similar to those of a Dilophosaurus.Sorry, I'm a dinosaur related things fanboy.
>>40285887Krep Krabs develop real nasty canines for shredding prey. The tentacles on their faces grow longer to improve fondling capabilities, and their cheeks recede to improve their ability to latch onto prey, their webs are gone.
>>40286090THE KREP KRAB NOW HUNGERS FOR FLESH. IT IS LARGER, AND HAS REDUCED SHELL SIZE TO WEIGHT RATIO SO IT CAN MOVE FASTER. IT IS NOW BIPEDAL MOST OF THE TIME, AND CAN BE QUADRUPEDAL AT TIMES WHEN NEEDED. THE ARMS ARE ALSO LONGER. NOW WITH 250% MORE SPIKES.I had to edit this before I could post because someone edited Krep Krab before I could lol.
I'm making a 4chan evolution game wiki nowI won't do too much on it, but GM's can post family trees and other similar things about the game worlds and stuff. I'll post a link. It would help if you guys posted the link on the evolution game threads.Here is the linkhttp://4chan-evolution-game.wikia.com/wiki/4chan_Evolution_Game_Wikia
>>40286834It would help me alot if we can start a section of my wiki with this thread and what can be salvaged from the one before it.
>>40286563What is this autism
>>40287338This is the biggest step fowards to the Krep Krab becoming an Elder God, such as the Yu'Mel. It needs emphasis. Alot of emphasis.
>>40286563The Krep Krab develops yellow, bioluminescent stripes on its body and tail. Along these lines (except for those on the tail) the armor becomes jointed in those spots, and thus more flexible.
Someone should update the charts soonI'd do it but I gotta write a speech
>>40288639Can you post an old chart of the Krep Krab. I'll update it as much as I can for you.
>>40288725The latest ones are in this thread>>40248566 Belp Chart>>40248536 Krep Chart>>40248510 Ferm Chart
>>40287559Now he has eyes
>>40288865>spontaneously evolving eyesk
>>40288865Eyes are really complex... I don't think this is good. Eyes don't just evolve like that they evolve over time through design
>>40288915Everything past this >>40286090 point has been autismThis is worse than the fucking laser kreps and dick belps of last thread
>>40288812new krep chart
>>40247847The Island Ferms divides more the different cells and algaes
>>40289237The "orange eye slits" are infrared sensors