It's that time again /tg/. Rev up those art programs, because its time to build world of colorful critters. The goal of this Game is to see far the evolution of these critters go, and to also see how many days we can keep this running of course. As GM, I'll be actively working to make phylogeny charts to track the evolutions, and also throw in some random events to keep this interesting.How to play:• Open an image of a species in MS Paint, or your editor of choice• Make one evolutionary change to that species• Save as .PNG!• Post your new species in the thread with a description of what evolution you've added and why.• Adding size increments or names is optional, but would be appreciated.Notes:• Unless stated explicitly, no species ever goes extinct. Old species can still evolve, even if they're not on the latest "chain"• Try to make your evolutions gradual and realistic• Every 3-4 hours I'll add an update Phylogeny Chart to track changes.• Every 12-24 hours I'll be rolling for a Random World Event.• Have funThe Setting:The planet is most similar to Earth during the mid to late ordovician period. The planet just recent experienced a minor extinction event due to an arsenic poison bloom that had spread over the oceans.Fortunately, with time the poison became to dissipate, and the oceans return to a somewhat purified state once more. With that, life surges on.The picture is relating to the Phylogeny of life here just after the extinction event. I will be updating the chart again very soon with all the new life.
Also, gonna repost this really nice image of Planet Evo. Thank you anon-artist
>>43050219You forgot to add these two in the evolist.>>43044764>>43049196
In an attempt to escape the growing toxicity in the oceans, the lumpy shell Bzol begins to develop the photosensitive cells into a basic pit sight organ as well as a set of gill like openings near the neck along the shell to allow it to process the oxygen rich hair as it makes its way to the shore and harvests along the colony algea
>>43050219Probably fretting over nothing but will this >>43049082 be added later
>>43042837 Lichen colonies grow further inland, developing less hardy walls as they leave the ocean but energy otherwise required for the walls are put into more growth. The enzymes also start break down hard rock into usable nutrients.
>>43050136A new algae has formed and evolved to absorb resources through osmosis rather than photosynthesis due to all of the blockage from other forms. It is rather heavy and sinks down to the ocean floor and is starting to turn bright red
>>43050696Yes, I'm adding it now actually.
>>43047761When Rooted Plate Bzol become divided and decadent, content to wallow in their Hutt-like comfort, the symbiotic algae develop attractive coloration to lure small creatures for the Bzol, shifting it from a herbivore into an omnivore.
>>43050944Algae has adapted a bright red outward appearance to cloak it from most predators on the ocean floor.
>>43050990Red Algae now reproduces faster to cope with voracious herbivores. I hope I'm not going too fast or anything
>>43050136You marked the hard bottom Chlorophyalgea as being extinct, when it rolled high enough to survive. (I mean someone did roll a second time, but the species was toxin resistent so it should have survived the second roll as well.)
As the first few foragers crawl onto the shores, predators follow behind. The Smell Barf develops a second, smaller pair of legs that allow it to skitter quickly for hunting in shallow seas and short excursions onto land. Their frontal plating starts to spread over their bodies to protect them from rivals and the tail gets slightly longer, though that's mostly for decoration.
One of the few remaining Hawa species develops pectoral fins and a caudal fin. Due to lack of need, its neurotoxin defense fades slightly
>>43051104(My evolution too land spurred someone elses evolution to land. It is a satisfying feel)
The latest Phylogeny Chart as of 10:30 AM CST. Enjoy, and I will be adding all these new critters later this afternoon.Some items of note about the world:• As plants slowing begin to proliferate on the shore, the dead and decaying bodies of long deceased plants create a new kind of earthy substance: soil• Similarly, the swathes of dead animals from the recent extinction, have decomposed and left the shallow water seas with an abundance of fertile proteins and substrates for organisms to take root in.• The first rivers of the world begin to take shape, craving the landscape towards the coasts. Unlike the oceans though, these waters are devoid of the majority of latent toxins and salt of course.• At night the waters of the ocean give off a faint glow now thanks to the abundance of Glowshell Mulus.• The air on land is still arid and toxic to any humanoids that exist today, but is now capable of sustaining those with primitive methods of respirating air.See you in 5-6 hours with the next chart
>>43051104>The Smell BarfSee what you did there
I just got into this evolution thread thing, so is it possible for me to change one of the origin species this far in?
>>43051214Oh, and a quick note. The Chlorophyalgea >>43041324 is not actually extinct. I noticed it got rolled twice in the extinction event, and only saw the second roll, not the first. Keep evolving this one to your heart's content.
The CentiCerar develop a harder shell, stronger legs and a more powerful mouthpiece. They are now capable of traversing land
>Only one of the current land dwelling creatures is able to breath Air as opposed to water.Bzol shall Rule All!
>>43051267Unless it's declared that the base species is extinct, (Which I never thought of doing...till now) you can create any new organism from the base species.
>>43051446and then they are kill?
>>43051482> Unless stated explicitly, no species ever goes extinct. Old species can still evolve, even if they're not on the latest "chain"
>>43051171As the first rivers start to appear, a few of the Fishlike Hawa start to find their way into them. They have wider, pointed tails and sharper noses to help them swim against the currents and through these safer waters.
TailedMutabraf develop rudimentary pectoral fins and light sensitive cells, enabling them to become even more proficient hunters
The Arm Flaps Cerar developed a more defined musculature around a simple hollow set of bones allowing it it to skip across open patches of water through the air and giving it the ability to fly short distances. With this new ability it also developed a simple sensory organ to let it fully navigate back to safety based off of shapes and vague colors
>>43051334The new centiCerar further develops a new sensory organ that allows it to smell through it's body, it also has the effect of allowing it to resperate through it's skin. It can now survive in air.
This little Mulu has devoloped a sort of sucker mouth where it can suck up dead plant matter and smaller algee/plankton from surfaces. This has led to two primitive "arms" with small soft hooks on them that makes it possible to hold onto things in the water without drifting away.It has also devoloped samll antennas that can detect movement in the water near it. this is my first go at one of these evolution games
>>43051616>Whole body is a lungCool
The ToxinHawa, no longer requiring its filtration system. It instead replaced it with a rudimentary jet propulsion system, like squids. It's speed in the ocean is unparalelled
>>43051622Same here Anon. I was >>43051568 and >>43050364Just be brave and think about your moves and how it can impact your species and others
The PeelerMulu's fins extend down the length of its body, allowing better control in strong currents
>>43051616The Centicerar develop further (apperently with retractable tounge), and now use their powerful jaws to break through the hard bottoms of the Chlorophyalgea. They use the empty cells for shelter, and lay their eggs in them. The relationship causes minimal damage to the Chlorophyalgea, and in fact the Cerar living within provide a new source of CO2 for plant respiration. While the Cerars violently attack any herbivore that may try to eat its home.
>>43051796That is really cool. The second rudimentary civ like symbiosis
>>43051070Bottom Feeding Red Algae has evolved to reproduce faster to outgrow predators
>>43051836Sorry, forgot pic
The Glided Braf continues life in the oceans, feeding on unwary schools of swarm cerar or solitary derpy mulus. The Glider Braf has also begun to spawn lesser and lesser with each iteration. Slowly, only the strongest and largest of these species survive. Now, the average Glider Braf is easily twice the size of most of the aquatic organisms. As an Apex Predator of the ocean, the creature has begun to breed by giving birth as opposed to multiple spawnings from eggs, to ensure the safety of younger Glider Brafs from scavenging animals.
>>43052004> the creature has begun to breed by giving birth as opposed to multiple spawnings from eggsInteresting...Wouldn't think something like that would happen so soon. Is the reproduction ovoviviparous (Internal egg in female) or vivparous (no internal egg)
Clumping together and producing so quickly, the Red Algae begin t meld into one large structure that grows now by budding. With a more porous outer layer it draws in nutrients through a filter feed type reaction with the currents along the sea floor, taking nutrients from both the flowing water and drawing it from the sea floor where it makes its home.
>>43052097For the time being, the creature's organs aren't complex enough to support vivparous reproduction. With enough time however, it might happen.
>>43051622It has now gotten a bit larger (about 4 inches), evolved a larger mouth in order to suck of surfaces for food, and with that a larger pair of hooks to hold onto things better. It's antennas have also evolved more, and can now detect movements further away and more accuratly, it does move slower now however due to it's increase in size.It now also posses the ability to latch on larger creatures like the Glided Braf for example >>43052004 . While latched onto the Braf it can be kept relative safe from other predetors.[Spoiler] I am hoping that it will develop a sybiotic relationship with larger animals (much like the Cleaner fish in our world) So Braf Anon it's up to you if the Glided Braf develops a defence for these (even thoug thay are practilly harmless against it) or if the fish ebraces a symbiotic relation with the Sulu (I combined the words suckign and Mulu, god I am clever :P )
>>43052348By all means, go ahead. If the creature isn't bigger than the braf and can pick off food particles to stave off disease, they'd probably be all the more happy for it.They do still have toxin glands on their skin though, so they might want to stick to the fins more often.
As the Tube Algae push up through the upper layers, they need to capture more sunlight. They begin to slowly expand out in broad, flat shapes that somewhat resemble leaves. This allows them to gather extra energy.
>>43052399Perhaps by eating dead skin and parasites it perhaps evoles to get an immunity to it's toxin?
>>43052435Sure, you can word it that way. The world did also just went through a toxins purge so the toxins in an average Glidebraf's skin isn't as lethal as it used to be.
>>43051214Glow Mulu grow taller to accommodate a larger gut as creatures using them as shelter defecate the Mulu collect and eats it
To keep themselves out of the mouths of Brafs, the Flap Bzol develops larger wings and a longer tail. They can flap their way quickly along the ocean floor and use their tails to steer themselves quickly.Side note, should I be evolving my own critters? I'm waiting for people to make their own additions, but they seem to be ignored.
>>43052606Forgot the pic.
>>43052606(Need to include images, but otherwise as long as you don't go sanic with it you should be fine. I'd say 1 every hour or so would be fair)
>>43052606>>43052639Essentially what the anon above said. If you got a creature you love, and want to foster it's growth, then by all means do it. Just be conscious of how often you're updating its evolutions.
>>43052684Hey I just wanted something clarified. There is plant life growing on the surface now, right?
>>43052179Filtered Red Algae begin to grow as smaller individuals to conserve food per capita and continue to stay combined as a mega culture
>>43052712Only these two organisms could be considered terrestrial.>>43050760>>43047921
>>43052348>>43052435>>43052469By living in a symbiotic reltionship with the Gilded Braf the Sulu has devolped a natural resistance to the toxin, it can be seen by the small purple dots that show other animals that the Sulu has a little bit of toxic in it.It has also devoloped a pair of soft brushes/scoops in order to push algees/parasites/dead skin etc into or near it's mouth where it has also now got many small "tentacles" that can grab larger chunks of food and slowly break it down into smaller pieces in order to be able to eat it.So far the Gilded Braf has avoided to eat Sulus that craw into it's mouth.When a Braf has younglings a Sulu often tries to latch onto one of them early on in order to spread itself onto it.
>>43052813Forgot to add>So far the Gilded Braf has avoided to eat Sulus that craw into it's mouth when it's not eating.
>>43052748>>43052734As an individual whom is studying Marine Biology, this prospect makes me very excited
Would be cool Braf Anon if you could do a few blue/turquoise dot's (or if you want to very tiny versions of the Sulu) on the Gilded Braf
>>43052857You do know, no one anon controls any species. Any anon can come along and make changes to the Sulu branch or the gilded braf
>>43051104The Land Barf Evolved eye spots as their sense of smell is still quite poor and is not as effective on land this has also led to slightly more decorative tails
>>43052888 Ok, I understand, it's my first time posting in an evo game.
>>43052901That feel when someone evolves your creature.
>>43052857Yeah sure. I forgot to mention the length of Gilded Braf and I've no idea how large a Gilded Sulu actually is, so this is kind of a wild shot in the dark in terms of size.
>>43052914That is fine. Your adding a lot and that is good. Just remember to add no more than one evolution an hour on a any species. If others keep evolving it that is fine, just one per person per hour to avoid things spiraling out of control
>>43053000The size looks great! Fits perfectly like I imagined
>>43053079Ok, got it. Thx Anon for teaching me how to play this evo game
>>43053079Good god, I still remember Moon Evolution.
>>43051214Bottom Glower Mulu and Filter Mulu begin living in small colonies that clean other animals and filter poisons in the water. because of this cleaning system both become 40% less tasty(but still nontoxic) but 20% more crunchy
I have to go for a while. Don't let our planet die while I'm gone, anons!
>>43052993I am the anon who gave them a backboneLove all the biodiversity !
>>43050760As Lichen end up in fresh water rivers some settles on the banks of the rivers. The Lichen colonies that take to land dig into the earth to collect water from soil, as water permeable land is a thing now.
>>43051214Tail Barf evolve sensitive openings that detect noiseThe Barf use simple echolocation to better direct themselves around the currents it can detect the environment but not prey Barf listen for the movement prey and follow the noise
>>43053468Barf also develop a decorative tail
>>43052734Filtered Red Algae grow even smaller as individuals to near microscopic levels and remain clumped together reproducing almost as one organism
>>43049082To capture more light in the time where the walllichen are not shadowed by cliffs, rigid protrusions full of chloroplasts and whose
>>43053680>connection issues...whose bottoms are made of similar material to the underwater foundation-cells.
The Braf has over time evolved venom glands of its own, to produce its own toxin, this venom glows, attracting prey towards it. In addition, its stinger now has a spring mechanism, allowing it to shoot out towards the sea, attaching itself to whatever it hits and spew out toxins. The Spring-tailed Braf also has grown in size and a new pair of legs to support its weight on the ocean floor.
>>43050964>>43050973An offshoot of symbiotic algae growing off the energy of the Bzol becomes much, much larger than it's other parts. The segments of the algae "cells" become much thicker, and fan out to intake as much extra light as it can while being stuck to the seabed. Considering almost nothing on the planet has eyes, using bright colors as a lure seems kind of defunct. To rectify this, these flower-like organs produce an attractive pheromone, that hopefully draws small herbivores closer to their sluggish host.Also the colors become less garish because they were hurting my eyes while i was drawing it. No offense to who made it.
>>43053792It could be different depending on the location of the Bzol and what minerals they consume in the soil.
Slowly but surely the Red algae form into large structures of tightly clustered filter feeding cells working as one large colony as opposed to the individually. Nutrients is shared through the network of tightly packed cells as more nutrients are drawn in through filter feeding or being absorbed through the foot keeping it attached to the sea bed(added Braf, and Glow mulu estimations of size)
The Green Braf has evolved a tail with a spring and corkscrew mechanism, designed to pierce through the thick wall of the Chlorophyalgea, and then corkscrewing the tail over the layers of the Chlorophyalgea, until it breaches to the top, where the end of the tail, capable of doing photosynthesis unravels, soaking in the sunlight. It then stays hooked at the bottom of the Chlorophyalgea, eating any that come near. It also has developed a filter that excretes out the toxins from the Chlorophyalgea and any poisonous animal it eats.
>>43054070Sorry, I couldn't resist.
>>43053277As the Land Lichens grow they start to grow leafy stalks to gather more sunlight and feed through photosynthesis.
>>43053115Mulu colonies start forming at the beach and occasionally on land
>>43053792I'm sorry, I'm not a very good artist
>>43053000The Braf Glider enjoys a wider finspan, accompanied with a strengthened support frame for said fins, including thicker 'ribs' and greater blood flow. The sensory hairs found on their mandibles have begun sprouting from their fins as well, the increased surface area allowing them a more fine--tuned echolocation sense.
>>43054175well the green braf just won the evo game
>>43052606>>43052629The tips of Majestic Flap Bzol become pointed and the tail becomes longer, allowing it to "fly" through the seas above the bottom. It's primitive eye spots allows it to spot shadows above it, letting it know when Braf Glides are near.
>>43053669Filtered Red Algae has evolved to live in the digestive tract of Bzols and consumes minerals that the Bzols can't digest
>>43051539The fins and tail of the Fresh Water Hawa grow and strengthen. This allows them to pull themselves up on to the river banks to eat lichens, then push themselves back into the water.
>>43054070Sounds like it would end up preying on, and getting preyed on by the Chlorophyalgea dwelling Centi-cerars.
>>43055342The toxin excretion repel.
>>43052901The back legs of the Land Barf become larger and stronger as it spends more time on land. The tail is used in mating, and since their primitive eyes can only sense so much, only the most decorative breed.
>>43055386Toxin really doesn't do anything anymore... Pretty much everything that's till alive in the ocean has developed an immunity, because the ocean is full of toxin that was spewed out by plants and animals.A lot of people seem to forget that.
>>43051796As sediment collects on the Chlorophyalgea, the cells begin to lose their color from lack of sunlight, and the species evolves swaying protusions to gather collect sunlight.
>>43053680Protrusions are now simply hard un-living spikes to be less of a nutrient hog and simply facilitate the transport of nutrients and footholds for new living cells. The blobs of cells on the spikes can also fall off and be swept away to new lands or cliff faces.
>>43052813In order to move around while on the Gilded Braf the Sulu has started to develop small primitive legs that makes it easier to manuever on the skin of the Braf
>>43053756The Spring-Tailed Braf has evolved. Its size is now equal to the Braf Glider. It now is camouflaged, becoming the same color as the sand of the ocean floor. It also has fully replaced the vent system, for larger venom production to administer. The venom is now more deadly, being a mixture of different compounds rather than just neurotoxins, making it more deadly to organisms once immune, it also makes the venom give a faint aroma, bringing prey in. Its stinger has also morphed to be similar to the Majestic Flap Bzol in both color and shape, to be used for hunting the predators of the Majestic Flap Bzol.
>>43056742Oh, and it also has gained primitive eyes, allowing it to see prey from above.
>>43054269As the ground-based Lichen continues to adapt it's new environment it's stalks grow larger as leafs start to form off of them to capture more sunlight. At the same time it's "body" becomes more uniform.If someone less shitty than me at drawing wants to try and make it better be my guest.
>>43056811Lumpy Lichen Trees thrive in tidal plains, retaining enough water to survive dry periods but producing a slight mucusy barrier during wet periods to protect from rot.
>>43054070The Spire Drill Braf is now omnivorous, letting it eat the algae of the Chlorophyalgea via the spires on its corkscrew like tail that were primarily used for hooking itself securely, draining it like a straw. The spires also now shoot a spike like projectile that hosts the Drill Braf's eggs into the Centicerar's egg, which slowly digests the Centicerar inside. It additionally has gained ribbon like strips on its mouth covered in adhesive liquid with an aroma to catch prey.When a Spire Drill Braf is living in comfortable conditions, their ribbons are replaced with this:>>43054175. The red thing is covered in spires similar to the corkscrew tail covered in adhesive liquid with a more sweeter aroma.
Dear Mr. The-Librarian,May I request a landing and/or crashing probe?Yours truly-Anonymous
Some of the glow Mulu and accompanying variants have found their way up river into the fresh water location near the Tree Lichen and Extra Leafy Lichen where they started to burrow into the softer earth. Nearing the root system these small burrowing colonies rather than devouring the roots, started to work at cleaning the roots and fertilizing them with waste material.The basic Symbiosis is harvesting excess an unused materials from the plant system and the ground while fertilizing the healthy roots so it grows faster and creates a new food source for the mulu
>>43057292It appears the probe has sustained further damage.
>>43055448The tail of the Land Braf has become segmented to allow for greater maneuverability, and can now grasp items by using the two ends of its tail, very poorly however.
>>43035846With more food avaliable in more places the largely unchanged Hawa have developed more defined fins to facilitate long distance travel to make the most of the ocean's bounties.
>>43055280Horizontal tail heathen
>>43056376Chlorophyalgea have evolved once again. This time they've found use for the abundance of arsenic based toxins in the ocean. They now absorb the toxin via their root system, and use it as a nurtient to grow. Meanwhile, the protusions on the upper layers now grow plate like protusions of their own to collect sunlight.
>>43057628 With the ability to transverse great distances, Ocean Hawa develop larger mandibles as they can afford to wontonly eat-out local food supplies before heading to more abundant waters. Typically they eat anything that cant swim as fast or as long in open waters as well grinding away at the roots of Chlorophyalgea.
>>43058038Forgot to mention that they are still prey to the large glider brafs
>>43051616The centiCerar now gained the ability to form a hard cement like substance using their spit.They utilize it by hunting the Spire drill Braf, and then covering the walls of the tunnels the brafs formed. This prevents the Chlorophyalgea from filling in the tunnels, and allows the Centi-cerar a path up to the surface. Where they can hunt for drill braf without having the deal withthe drill braf's defenses.
>>43056811>>43057405As the Leafy Lichen adapts mostly undisturbed, due to lack of herbivores on the surface, it becomes more centralized and growing larger.Additionally to spread itself further over more of the surface it now produces new Lichen plants at the base of the leaves. When the new plants become too heavy they fall and are scattered by the wind away from the original plant thus keeping them from over populating.
>>43056742Some Sand-Speckled Braf take to the land, evolving a mound with a filtered opening on top of its head, allowing it to process oxygen, along with improved eyesight and the stinger no longer mimicking the Majestic Flap Bzol.
>>43057813For what it's worth, i vote for alien intervention.
>>43058345It would be cool, but its ultimately up to the Great Librarian in the Sky
>>43053115>>43053756>>43056742>>43058271The Filter and Bottom-Glower Mulus with the Triple-T Vented Brafs, Spring-Tailed Braf, Sand-Speckled Mimic Braf and the Sand-Speckled Land Braf have acquired a Symbiotic Relationship.
By the Gods. The rate of new organisms is outpacing my ability to add them in a timely manner to the Phylogeny.This organism >>43058271 will be the last one added to the current chart. So sit tight, the next chart is on its way.>>43057292This Probe will allowed to establish orbit around the planet. No direct intervention may be taken though. Repairs to the craft will be provided by my people.
>>43058435Hey Librarian, I think we need to spice things up with a new species.
>>43057408An anon from a long thread ago revives an unspeakable evil, unleashing it upon the damaged probe. Soon, it shall be consumed, and the massive Space Mantid Braf shall move on, leaving the world below protected.
>>43058522P-praise Mantid Braf
>>43058522There was a mistake and now it's fixed.
>>43058522... but still ever pursued by the Intergalactic Federation of Mulu
>>43058650Meanwhile, back on the planet.The disks on Chlorophyalgea protusions have taken a more standardized shape and form. Making large spiralling towers that repeat the same form over and over to collect sunlight. Here can be seen a single layer of a Chlorophyalgea tower as seen from above.
YFW >>43054671and>>43056742due to>>43058522>>43058650combine into a new species due to the Alien Probe accidentally causing a quarter of each species population to merge into one
>>43058435You alive there?
>>43059777Apologies. It's taking some time since I have to reorganize the charts for new slots.
>>43059920That's fine, just please keep us informed. Everyone is kind of waiting on you.
>>43060091I'm about halfway finished putting in new entires. Your patience, is greatly appreciated anons.
Random event coming too? My vote is still for accidental extraterrestrial intervention.
>>43060534I'm voting for a bunch of new species.
>>43060554Mmmmmmm.... that's already the point of the whole game though. And he did it already.
>>43060604Even more new species.
>>43060628Its also kind of boringly easy. I did this in 80 seconds, I timed it.
If we DO use a new creature, I vote for just plain old tardigrades.Please, no one think any of my doodlings are any kind of canon.
>>43057678>Not converting to the Cult of Horizontal Tail
>>43057516Braf with longer more flexible tails become more successful at holding down prey and have evolved a longer tail.Males with more ornate tails also use them in fights to grab and sometimes flip the competition this behavior has benefited them on land as some creatures have difficulty righting themselves.
>>43051214Sand Sifter Mulu evolve a shell to protect them as they crawl along the bottom the sediment that doesn't get passed as they shift becomes the building blocks of the new shell
I new breed tiny of ancient Cerar begin to cause problems for larger creatures. They make their way into larger creature's digestive systems and cause extensive damage as they feed.
>>43060912Their tail becomes more effective at grasping.
>>43051214The Shell digger in an effort to dig deeper for food and to avoid predators not have a more elongated shell they now spend most of the time underground.During mating season they will all gather with their shells above the ground the Mulu with the longest sleekest shell are most successful at attracting a mate
>>43060971*Sand Sifter Bzol
>>43051214Spear Bzol with long fins have been escaping predators more often and so Evolve Body length fins these fins also allow the Bzol to swim high then swim down with more force managing to crack the shells of most creatures
>>43051214In The Mulu colonies some Mulu Evolve a symbiotic relationship with one another due to the lack of space and the advantage of height to be the first to access food
>>43061542Some Mulu begin rolling and lettin the current push them along.this means the stronger currents become like roads for these MuluOccasionally these Mulu get caught closer to land and wash up on the beach some roll/crawl back to the sea but most that wash up die on the beach
>>43058147>>43057405Some strains of Mulu begin to use the Lichen as a food source in and of itself, attaching themselves to the Lichen's roots and siphoning off resources for the Mulu to utilize.These new strains of Mulu adapt a more territorial aspect and often attempt to keep the more beneficial strain of Mulu at a distance.These, are the Zumulu
>>43050964>>43050973Some rooted plate Bzol benefit from algal growths that attract small creatures as hiding spots, increasing the availability of food for the Bzol.
>>43062093God damn, that things looking pretty terrifying now.
No-one seems to have evolved any form of immunological defence (nor should they, with no bacteria or parasites to be attacked by)...Food for thought.
>>43062245I think it's assumed that there are bacteria and stuff going on in the background. That's just not the focus because it's much less interesting to draw, even if in truth it's a massive factor on an organism's success.
>>43061719To deal with the new parasites the Leafy Lichen starts to grew tiny tendrils off of it's roots. These tendrils when agitated emit spores that will attach themselves to the attacker and break it down into nutrients for the plant to consume.
>>43059583>>43059777>>43060534At last! The latest and up to date Phylogeny Chart is out for your viewing pleasure. Apologies this took so long, my work was a little more cumbersome than usual today.So, yeah some notes:• There will be a Random Event at 9AM tomorrow morning CST.• The charts are getting a little big in filesize and since 4chan has a size limit, I'm gonna have to cut these into two pieces; one for plant organisms, and one for animal organisms.• The Lichen branch and the Red Algea branch of organisms are going to get their own individual clades from this point forward. • Red Algea organisms are now know as Spongalgea, and Lichen are known as Lyheptidoalgea.• Some stray groups of algeas and terrestrial organisms have begun stumbling onto the surprisingly stable sheets of Chlorophyalgea.• The planet has recently been rapidly warming, due to an increase in volcanic activity.• Shoreline regions of landmasses have started to become loamy and more suitable for plant and animal life.• Glider Braf have become the Apex Predators of the oceans, while the Plate Bzols have become the prominent herbivore of the oceans.
>>43056742Other Braf still stay in the sea floor, evolving its antennae, giving electroreception, allowing it to sense the electric stimuli. Its tail has also evolved a hook end at the end of the spring, causing it to spew further venom. This pushes it to the top of the food chain with the Glider Braf.
>>43054671Some of the Braf Glider take to the skies, converting its fins into wings and getting gill like openings near its head, allowing it to process oxygen.
>>43062616Not to rain on Glider Braf's parade, but full fledge sustained flight seems like a big jump. Gliding seems more apt for these animals at the moment.If you meant Glider Braf's could only glide at this point, then just ignore this.
>>43062671Yeah, they can only just glide in the air.
>>43062528Here's the Sand-Speckled Spring-Tail Braf with the Filter and Glow Mulu on its vents.
>>43058271>>43062528I also forgot to mention.The Sand Speckled Spring-Tail Braf is now fully covered in hard plates.
Remember us saying we weren't interfering? Well, you see, some of us make mistakes, and that's okay. Mistakes weren't intentional, they were by accident, by lets say, being attacked by a Space Nazi Braf. You might accidentally press a few buttons and cause a quarter of each population of two species to merge together, which just so happen to be the two apex predators of the sea.Whoops.
>>43050364Leatherback Bzol have amalgamated teh tissue of their shells and skin, making them more flexible and better adept for moving on dry land.
>>43057885As a byproduct of processing the arsenic-based toxins Chlorophyalgea produce a gas that is lighter than the planets air allowing it to spend brief periods out of the water and away from predators while still collecting nutrients
>>43062093Algae with longer growths provide better cover and attract more hiding organisms, some of which are eaten by the host Bzol, others fertilise nearby plant material with their waste products, increasing nearby food sources.
>>43058038Ocean Hawa's light receptors combine into a single large depressed receptor that can more easily track movement and direction, in addition hardened cells form around the vital head.
A new shot of the planet before I go to bed. The toxic seas have settled down but volcanic activity has created a murkier, dustier, smokier atmosphere.
>>43063126>*pair of depressions
>>43063147Great work once again anon
>>43063147Shit, I forgot to add the satellite. I guess it's either destroyed on behind the planet. The Librarian can make that call.
>>43063057Floaters which lose their connection to the ground are sometimes blown to shore, where they thrive in the loamy soil. They fix nitrogen from the loam to improve their ability to spread on the breeze.
>>43063238Floaters evlove a new joy for life, flying through the sky
>>43063344The smiley faces are now canon.
>>43063446They're exhaust ports that allow the floater to release some of it's gas as limited propulsion.
>>43063238Now possessing a strong desire to keep their knees in the breeze, the Floaters begin to exract hydrogen from their diet and use it to fill their cells. The compsition of gass in the cell now leans mostly toward Hydrogen.
>MFW OP doesn't object to Sand Speckled Glider Braf's creationAyyy lmao
>>43063594I never said I approved of them either anon.
>>43063631You didn't say anything.
>>43063540I would like to welcome everyone to the age of flying Islands.
>>43063540There is now a divergence in cell size between the floaters and the sea Chlorophyalgea.While the sea Chlorophyalgea actually has a relatively small cell size averaging 2-3 cm diamter. The floaters are evolving to rapidly grow larger cells (for a better plant to gas ratio). The cells are currently 30cm diameter and still evolving to be larger.
>>43063068Algae creates a space for Bzol young to mature to the stage where algal growths can take hold. The young Bzol and algae are then ejected to float on the current.
>>43062616Braf Gliders begin to adapt for low-light conditions developing highly sensitive light detectors and a more appropriate palette for nocturnal activity
>>43063126Ocean Hawa develop rows of teeth in both the inner and outer mouths to better grip and tear prey. They are now adept pursuit and take-down predators.
>>43050364One strain of the Land Bzol begins to get longer legs. They can now move more effectively over the land. Their faces are also longer to give them more reach and their eyes are bigger for better detection.
>>43061083With some of their cousins taking to the air, the Flexing Tail Braf is no longer the only predator above the surface. It now has both competition and something to fear. In order to watch out for Gliders, it's eyes become more advanced and start to develop stalks, allowing them a wider field of view.Tail is slightly more decorative.
Oceanic Braf Gliders experience a temporary halt in their size growth as ocean temperatures begin to rise. Instead, their brains become more developed. While not intelligent enough to form any semblance of society, parent Glider Brafs show signs of guiding and nurturing their young.While no outward physical changes have happened outside of a larger tail fin and it's general size (now most specimens have a length of maximum 13 feet), the internal organs have changed drastically over the period of time in this new environment. Much of the toxin storage glands have disappeared in favor of a more efficient digestive and waste excretion system, and their vocal chords have become more complex as they are able to emit a wide variety of sounds for different purposes. They can now shriek loudly to ward off predators of their young, or perform what appears to be a mating call in search of a potential partner for reproduction.
>>43055003A few venture out of the shallow seas and into the more open ocean, where the predators are fewer. Their mouths widen out and act like filters, pulling plankton and free-floating algae/plant matter from the water. Heading out to open waters gives time to grow, and they begin to get larger.
>>43064153The line between plant and animal begins to blur more each generation. Very prone to mutation due to algae and bzol cells developing together in it's egg sack, one species arises that finds a dominant trait to simply merge the two organisms on a cellular level. The chitinous shell of this abomination of nature is now comprised highly of plant material. The creature's own cells now produce a healthy dose of chlorophyl. With much of it's energy coming from sunlight, oxygen, and minerals in the soil via the creature's roots, pumped directly into it by it's now questionably separate plant cells, it's mouth becomes semi-vestigial. The beak is now made of a much softer tissue, used to inhale small micro-organisms coming to graze on it's back.I can't into pseudo-science at all. Hope that explanation wasn't TOO ridiculous, and that everything makes sense.
>>43064789So, this particular Bzol is becoming similar to a sea anemone or sea fan
>>43055280Following the rivers up stream, further away from the sea, the Hawa find areas with fewer predators. It's easy for them to crawl up on the banks and eat their fill of the lichens that grow their. Their fins become stronger, but narrower, starting to slowly resemble arms. As they swim less and venture on to land more, their tails start to round out. Eyes, mysterious organs that take a long time to develop, start to slowly appear as light-sensitive organs.
>>430646991. Adorable offspring.2. PLEASE do not start developing towards Sentience. We should be like Fortune, where the OP has to give the go-ahead to a species to develop intelligence.3. 13ft? I think that's a little big. Librarian, is Sky-Glider Braf canon? That was a huge leap, as if a manta-ray turned into a bat.
>>43065002As it stands now, evolution has been...mostly unimpeded so far, so simple sentience, like not killing/abandoning offspring would be tolerable at this time. Temporary or short-distance flights would be likely for the Sky-Glider Brafs too at this point. Really its the 13ft length that I'm against. I'd say they get around 3-4 ft at max.
>>43065002No worries, anon. The intelligence isn't exactly a development towards sentience, it's just nutrients not really having anywhere better to go, since with the oceans warming up a larger body will be detrimental for energy conservation.As for the size, it's supposed to be the equivalent for what would pass as a shark. If it's a little too big, natural selection should be able to kill off larger species and retain smaller, more efficient versions of the Ocean Glide Braf.Also, I'm not sure about the sky-glider Braf, and I also think it's too big of a leap as well. Maybe if it can sustain short flight like flying fish. For true flight, they would have to force themselves onto land first.
>>43065058I have a terrible sense of scale, so please do adjust the size of the creature accordingly. They just have to be a size that's appropriate for a top of the food chain predator.
Bumping before bed.
No time to edit, bumping.
>>43064789One species of Bzol develops a sticky mucus, secreted from its tentacles. This mucus traps organisms which are slowly brought to the Bzol's re-developed mouth for consumption. This Bzol lives amongst other Bzol so as to capture organisms using non-carnivorous Bzol as a hiding place.
Hey OP, how strong is the gravity on this planet? Is it higher or lower than earth?
>>43053669Red algae form long tubes around deep-sea volcanic action, using the rising hot water to gain energy.
>>43063540Larger floaters are more stable, and able to disconnect roots in hopes of reaching more fertile ground.The floater plants now commonly arrive, lay down roots, absorb as much surface nutrients as possible then blow to a new location. The lack of land herbivores allows them to thrive.
>>43066696The multiple, vulnerable roots of the floaters combine into a single larger and more sturdy tendril capable of anchoring and providing nutrients for the entire plant.
>>43051682As more Chlorophyalgea float above reach, herbivorous Mulu look to Spongalgea, Glow Mulu and Lyheptidoalgea near sea water. As such they develop stronger arms and "plow-like" claws to chunk bits of food into their mouths. Thorny appendages develop to fight off the defensive Braf that live in Lyheptidoalgea.
>>43062985Leatherskin Bzol are smaller and more abundant then the leatherback variety. They crawl about the shores in large herds, searching for lichen to graze on.
>>43064494I'll be back for this guy, but I gotta get kids ready fo school
>>43064494Stumpy Bzol are far more stocky and upright then their cousins, and are able to reach higher vegatation then the belly-crawling varieties of Bzol.
>>43067618Also, for some reason, those things are Kawaii-As-Shit
>>43051646Jethawa propulsion becomes more advanced, allowing them short bursts of ludicrous speed. Their eyes and depth perception improve to cope, but their limbs are near useless and become vestigial webbed structures used to manuevre.
The Sand-Speckled Spring-Tailed Braf has become even larger, reaching 3-4 feet at maximum size. Their bone structure is now covered with the plated armor.
>>43066696Some floaters have begun to reproduce sexually. Primitive flowers developed on the roots over generations, and are pollenated via wind. When the seeds are fully developed they simply drop down.Because of the lack of sediment and being more exposed to sunlight, the floaters have begun to lose their protusions, and have begun to change color to a greener shade as they become better at using sunlight.
>>43064789Abundance of food and the development of more effective filtering mouthparts allows some Bzol to forsake their roots and become mobile, aided by sensory antennae.
>>43067853>That thing started moving
>>43064287Nighttime braf gliders develop larger flaps for catching updrafts for longer (though still brief) periods of gliding
>>43066883Single-root floaters develop small tendrils that "taste" the ground or sea below for its nutrient content. If sufficient nutrients are detected the main root is lowered and the floater anchors to feed.
>>43056640The Sulu has now developed thin spiderlike legs in order to crawl around on the various Brafs they now "clean". This has lead to the removal of the front "hooks" that it used to have before. They have instead evolved into a pair of primitive eyes that it uses to identiefy the common orange colour of the Brafs. And in order to better hide from predetors that are brave enough to get close to a braf they have evoled an orange stripe on thier backs in order to blend in.Other changes to the Sulu is also the following:>More tentacles/tongues>Has grown in size a little bit>Can reproduce asexually, wich makes it easer for it to spread>Is now 100% depandant on the Braf since it has been in a symbiotic relationship with it for so long
>>43066696Multi-root floaters now form seed pods after pollination. The pods fill themselves with hydrogen gas like the normal cells, making it so that floater seeds require less effort to leave the ground.
>>43065998Predatory Bzol evolve more powerful mouthparts to rip and tear organisms caught in their sticky mucus.Once caught even a hard-shelled braf can be consumed, although the process of grinding through the shell takes many hours before the Bzol can eat the still-living Braf.>>43067884 The nightmare is only beginning...
>>43068068If that thing becomes to powerfull, then perahps the Sulu need to swtich food soruce :P
>>43068068Dear lord, what have we done?I would beseech gods, but there can be no gods that would allow such pelagic horrors ascend from these antediluvian depths.
Good morning. I bring disparging news in regards of the planet's near future.My probes have recently detected volcanic activity from what was previously thought to be a great mountain, thought to had been created from continental drift. This mountain, name Mt. Khornus is a long dormant supervolcano comparable in size the Sol System's planet, Mars. When it erupts, it will likely trigger every other volcanic site on the planet to erupt in reaction. While I do not directly intervene, should it truly erupt I have taken the measure of collecting the base organisms of each clade that's grown on the planet thus far.This will be a Random Event/Extinction Event based on a d6 roll1-2: World of Fire - Mass Extinction Event, that'll impact all life.3-4: World of Ash - Mass Extincton Event, most life will be impacted5: Snowball World - Ice Age sets in, with a significant impact on Terrestrial and Plant Life.6: False Alarm - The Volcano is not the great destroyer I assumed it to be.See you in one hour.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>43068179Rolling for false alarm!
>>43067439Leatherskin Bzol develop large Eye-spots to ward off predators while searching for lichen and attract mates
>>43068179Volcanoes... Well >>43066540 is fucked.
>>43064726 becomes larger and increases it's filter size. This species is approximately 15cm long. It hides in caves or Tentacular Bzol if threatened.
>>43067618Their armor casing spreads over more of the front of their bodies. Their necks extend, allowing them to eat some of the higher lichens. It also makes them more Kawaii-Desu, as predators have a hard time eating something so cute.
>>43067618[spoilers] Its because when I have the original gills, it kinda looked like a kawaii anime blush[/spoilers]
>>43068068Bzol muscular fibres in algal tendrils allow the tendrils to whip about in a frenzied motion if stimulated. The predatory tentacular Bzol begins to increase in size to facilitate larger prey. It now has a body of about 50cm, with tendrils reaching another 60cm into the surrounding ocean.
>>43068347They might be able to pull down the floaters, if they can grab at a tendril/root.
>>43068190The fate of this world will be determined by me shortly.
>>43068474Bite the root, yes, But I highly doubt that they weigh enough/are strong enough to pull the entire root to the ground and pop the hydrogen pods. At best they can probably graze the roots if they're lucky to come across one.
>>43068457This is gonna become a tentacle rape monster isn't it.
>>43062985With the increase in volcanic activity, some Leatherback Bzols start to metabalize more carbon and sulfur. This provides the discrete advantage of better camoflage in areas with more volcanic rock, especially from above.
>>43068533I envisage it as more of a coral/octopus/ambush predator. Although the filter-feeding relative is totally harmless, it's flattering to see such a visceral reaction to it.Now that you mention it, I'm holding you all to ransom. $1000 or I let /d/ know of it's existence.
>>43068347Stumpy bzol develops longer more articulate neck for reaching even higher lichens and floating plants
>>43067924In a bizarrely random mutation stemming from an instance of localized inbreeding, a new kind Night Draft Braf develop a second, independent nevous system. While this does create serious problems with certain aspects of their neurology, it creates a new behavior; 24 hour hunting without rest (or however long the days are.) Each nervous system has its own set of eyes and specializes in a different hunting period during the day; one day, one night.
The Sand-Speckled Braf in response to the Carnivorous Bzol, has evolved the corkscrew stingers on the bottom of its body. The venom in these stingers have a new compound that causes rapid decay of algae and the sticky mucus. The spikes on the bottom of the Braf is covered in spires that inject this venom onto the algae.
>>43068626>called "Dusk Glider Braf" *
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>43068493The day comes in the middle of the dubbed Wednuslian Period on Planet Evo.Mt. Khornus erupts in boom of ash and hellfire. And the result...
>>43068562Volcanic Bzol develop large pores to vent excess sulfer and carbon into the surrounding water
>>43068690That Bzol variant your editing breaths Air
>>43068654That looks to me like a planet destined for a few thousand years of ash.
>>43068712sorry about that, I thought those little stripes by the eyes were still supposed to be gills. I guess >>43068690 vents into the surrounding air instead
>>43067949Radial leaves become common on floating Chlorophyalgea, allowing more efficient photosynthesis and spreading them further on the wind.
I have a funny feeling my Kawaii as shit dino-slugs are about to bite it.
>>43068179>>43068654The lands and the oceans are burned in hellfire as some lesser volcano erupt in response to Mt. Khronus' detonation rocks the planet as millions of tons of ash is belched from the Supervolcano, shrouding the world in darkness. Magma sprawls over the landmasses of the world, expanding their reach, while simultaneously incinerating all life in its path. Global temperatures drop by 5 - 6ºC in span of a century after its eruption. 70 - 80% of all sunlight is blotted out for several millennia. A few sanctuaries around the equatorial region of Evo shelter those organism that do survive the cataclysmic event.Information for our creators:• >>43068690 is the last creature to spawn in this era. All life will be halted in its ability to evolve until it has shown to adapt to the world that is left behind by this event.• You may pick up to two organism to determine the fate of.• non-algea plant organisms must roll a 4 or higher in order to survive this. - This includes Red Algea, Heptidoalgea, and Chlorophyalgea.• Aquatic and algea organisms must roll 3 or higher to survive• Terrestrial organisms must roll a 4 or higher to survive.• Apex organisms must roll a 6 or higher to survive. - Apex organisms include >>43068631, >>43068457, >>43064699, >>43064153.• The base organisms of each clade will survive.• Potentially, a new species clade may rise from the aftermath of this extinction event. Here's hopingGood luck /tg/. New thread later this evening.
>>43068840I must go for now. As I stated above I will start a new thread this evening, to open the stage for the next evolutionary era of Planet Evo.I wish I could intervene on this cataclysmic event, but the world' inhabitants now fall into your hands anons.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>43064699Fugg there goes our apex status.Go forth young ones! Evolve! Die! Avoid extinction!
>>43068857What dice do we roll?
Rolled 3 (1d6)Come on Sulu! Survive!!
>>43068569Y-you're bluffing! You wouldn't!
>>43068871a 1d6 my friend
>>43068877Yay, it lives!
Rolled 6 (1d6)>>43068840Rolling for flowering floater.
Rolled 4, 4 = 8 (2d6)>>43062528>>43067722
>>43067439>>43068626Rolling for these two. One simple generalist, one complex specialist.
>>43068860Welp, there it goes.It died as it lived, being on top of everything on the food chain. RIPIP Oceanic Glide Braf
>>43067439 (You)>>43068626 (You)Woops, trying again
>>43068991>>43068950Fucking can someone roll that for me? I can't seam to get it to work2d6 :D
>>43068991Need to put "dice+1d6" in the options tab bro
Rolled 6, 3 = 9 (2d6)>>43068991
Rolled 5, 2 = 7 (2d6)>>43068626>>43058271
>>43069020yeah, that how I was doing it and it wasn't working for some reason
>>43069061Did you remember to remove the quotation marks?
Rolled 1, 2 = 3 (2d6)>>43056556>>43063126Here's hoping
>>43068457>>43068631At first, the predatory Bzol have no response against the potent new venom of the Sand-Speckled Braf. However, they slowly develop eyestalks capable of differentiating shades and observing motion. They are now able to differentiate their prey and steer clear of easily recognizable Sand-Speckled Braf
>>43069091Nevermind that, I was too late. World is now ash.
>>43068857Are we allowed to choose which die roll affects which two species?
>>43068347>>43064726Rolling for these two. LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVE!dice+2d6
>>43069132Um...it would appear I did something wrong.
>>43069119I will allow that.
>>43068840When you say,>"last creature to spawn"Does that mean an entirely new possible prey micro organism cannot manifest as a result of the new chemical reactions happening on the planet? Cause I've been playing around with an idea...
>>43069171>>43069038My 5 is for the Sand Speckled Land Braf.
>>43069178If you would like, you can have the species spawn as a result of the event, but right now I'm kind of putting an end to any new evolutions until I start the next thread. That, and we're pretty much at image limit too.
>>43069210K, I need to do a bit of research quickly about it before anyhow.
>>43069242WELL THERE'S YOUR PROBLEM MATE.It's dice+2d6, not roll+2d6.
>>43069260>>43069242Or rather, duh, I DID do dice+2d6 before. 'Cause I wasn';t sure I was doing it right and just copied it from somewhere
Rolled 2, 1 = 3 (2d6)>>43069132Oooooh, it goes in options. Rolling again for those same two!
>>43069512Oh...um...>>43068347 and >>43064726 appear to have gone extinct.
Shall OP roll for hos original creatures?
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>43068457You must live. Become the instrument of my vengeance.
Rolled 5, 2, 5, 4, 5 = 21 (5d6)Just gonna start rolling for everything on this thread incase it doesn't get its own roll.Rolls are in order of quotes>>43050364>>43050760>>43050944>>43050973>>43050990
shit, image limit.Whens the next thread? I need to make sure I get this idea out when it starts.
>>43069605It's aquatic right? If so then....it has survived
>>43069618>My creature survivedThank you
Rolled 2, 5, 6, 2, 4 = 19 (5d6)>>43051070>>43051104>>43051171>>43051334>>43051539
Rolled 1, 2, 4, 2, 2 = 11 (5d6)>>43067924>>43066883>>43068690>>43068020>>43063344
Rolled 6, 4, 5, 6, 6 = 27 (5d6)>>43051549>>43051568>>43051616>>43051622>>43051646
>>43069678>More of my things staying aliveI love you
Rolled 3, 2, 4, 6, 6 = 21 (5d6)>>43051682>>43051796>>43051858>>43052004>>43052179
>>43069663The only survivor was the bzol...
>>43069605Watching this thing become the very incarnation of evil was entertaining.Its a shame it didnt make it. I'm sad.
>>43069693Glider Braf already got rolled.
>>43069725don't worry anon, I'm sure you get other chances to make eldritch abominations.
>>43069733I'm just going through them all, use these rolls last if they aren't rolled by someone else
Rolled 1, 5, 2, 6, 6 = 20 (5d6)>>43052348>>43052415>>43052528>>43052629>>43052734
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>43054016I will save my sponges
Rolled 2, 2, 5, 5, 1 = 15 (5d6)>>43052813>>43052901>>43053000>>43053115>>43053277
Rolled 1, 2, 5, 1, 6 = 15 (5d6)>>43053468>>43053669>>43053680>>43053756>>43053792
Rolled 4, 4, 4, 3, 2 = 17 (5d6)>>43054070>>43054269>>43054671>>43055003>>43055045
Rolled 6, 2, 2, 2, 6 = 18 (5d6)>>43055280>>43055448>>43056376>>43056556>>43056640
Rolled 5, 2, 1, 2, 2 = 12 (5d6)>>43056742>>43056811>>43057089>>43057235>>43057405
christ there are alot, I'm not even half doneI'll finish this ina bit
I know OP is gone, but I'll post this anyways without the pic, so any changes to the atmosphere he makes if I'm not here I can inb4.>>43069210>>43068840First time playing, let me know if I'm going too far. As a result of the clash of the newly changed atmosphere thanks to plant life, and the massive release of sulfuric-acid and methane, a new mico-organism has spawned, but rather then a carbon based life form in the depths of the primordial Ocean, it is a Silicon based life form in t-butanol pools dotted among the planets surface.Name: OrganosilicPros of being Silicon based: Both resistant to extreme temperatures(hot and cold) and pressuresCons of being Silicon based: Allergic to waterNeturals of being Silicon based: Crystal Structures life form, as opposed to being cellular As of right just a simple micro organism floating in its tert-Butanol pools.
>>43069993It's a really interesting concept. I'll give it some thought.
New bread when?
>>43070754When The Librarian returns
Bumping to keep alive.
>>43072432We're past the limit anon.There's nothing we can do now but let it die gracefully.
>>43072540There'll be a new thread soon. I'm working on the new charts now. Accounting for the extinctions too.
Rolled 6, 1 = 7 (2d6)>>43058147>>43062434Just got back from work. Time to see if my little plants will make it.
Rolled 6, 3 = 9 (2d6)>>43064153>>43068631
>>43072677At least one makes it.
>>430726876 is for the Sand Speckled Apex Predator.
>>43072677>>43072702I realize that I didn't pick which one lives, so I'll do that now. This one gets to live.>>43058147