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    9 KB Ancient Desert Evo Game part 3 non gent 04/23/12(Mon)02:25 No.18824863  
    >> non gent 04/23/12(Mon)02:26 No.18824872
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)02:28 No.18824903
    using the /tg/ catalog really helps to locate these threads.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)02:32 No.18824945
    My liege, I humbly ask for the result of the bump test.
    >> reference and event non gent 04/23/12(Mon)02:36 No.18824999
    >>18824650 old thread. enjoy it.
    1-develop rudimentary language
    2-develop dance/ body language based communication
    3-develop a strong pack mentality (if that already exists, take it to the next level. all communities work together. this species no longer fights amongst itself like two colonies of ants would.)
    4-Develop a symbiosis with another creature- explain what it is you do and how its mutually beneficial.
    5-Develop a way to manipulate objects...rudimentary tool use. (just sticks, maybe thrown rocks.)
    6- Intelligence. your smarter then the average creature. show it off.
    >> non gent 04/23/12(Mon)02:38 No.18825019
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)02:40 No.18825047
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    The Titandonis continue to grow larger, evolving an extra set of legs to cope with the increased weight and allowing them to walk with a softer gait, making them harder for the sandworms to detect.

    Over time what was once a sharing of nutrients across the blood/root system has become a sharing of cells, Cho photosynthetic cells now populate the the top of the Titandonis body, providing enough sustenance that they can go months without eating.
    This constant trickle of food allows them to continue growing through out there lives, much like the sandworms those that live long enough can be truly massive, though more prone to injury as their exoskeltons ability to support their weight doesn't increase as fast as their size in old age.
    >> C.A.S.E 04/23/12(Mon)02:41 No.18825050
    is this table good for plants as well?
    otherwise eagerly awaiting plant table.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)02:43 No.18825075
    rolled 1 = 1


    Rolling for the Suzumous!
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)02:47 No.18825111
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    The suzumou further develop their primitive bioluminescence and chirping based communication.
    The light patterns on their wings are used to indicate the mood of the creature, while the vocalizations pass on the information.
    >> non gent 04/23/12(Mon)02:52 No.18825176
    plant table
    1-grow bigger, and if you aren't already, your now carnivorous.
    2-develop flying seed pods, and the ability to produce flammable sap. enjoy.
    3-Develop mobility. (Already got it? its enhanced.)
    4-grow long vines with tentacle like function.
    5-Limited sentience w/ Limited ability to communicate, your choice.
    6-grow armor. lots of fucking armor.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)03:01 No.18825251
    rolled 4 = 4


    Rolling for the blade runners!
    >> C.A.S.E 04/23/12(Mon)03:07 No.18825286
    rollin' for the albatross
    >> Burrahn 04/23/12(Mon)03:08 No.18825296
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    It is I, my liege. Please accept my apologies, it will not happen again.

    Picture of inside of a sandcoral tower. The name comes from how above ground the intertwined tubes look like the exoskeleton of some species of coral, but enlarged. Underground, it stretches down until hitting an aquifer, underground river, etc. The deeper it goes, the larger the upper tower gets.
    >> C.A.S.E 04/23/12(Mon)03:08 No.18825301
    rolled 2 = 2

    rolling for the albatross cho
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)03:13 No.18825342
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    The blade runner packs have started moving with the swarming rippers. The smaller rippers can fly and scout for prey, while the bigger blade runners can kill far bigger prey than their smaller cousins could.
    Together, these two species form wast hordes of claws, teeth and chitin, which moves swiftly from place to place in search of food.

    When the horde attacks, the smaller rippers serve as an distraction to the bigger creatures, biting their ankles and other soft parts. The bigger blade runners use the distraction to their advantage, so that they can strike when the prey is unable to defend itself. They impale their prey to their forelimbs, while slashing them with their secondary arm blades. They use their strong beaks to crush the creatures shell/skull/spine or other hard parts.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)03:15 No.18825363
    rolled 1 = 1

    rolling for the Titandonis back Chos
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)03:22 No.18825429
    rolled 6 = 6


    Rolling for the snake houyi.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)03:23 No.18825438
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)03:24 No.18825445
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)03:39 No.18825604
    rolled 9, 6 = 15

    rollan for spike/creeper and mimic cho
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/23/12(Mon)03:40 No.18825612
    I think it's time for a kind of negative event...
    Let me look up potential desert disasters and I'll get back to you in a jiffy.
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)03:40 No.18825614
    rolled 4, 4 = 8

    yea now rolling the correct dice
    >> C.A.S.E 04/23/12(Mon)03:40 No.18825618
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    the wesper swarms they once took advantage of becoming more and more difficult to follow, the albatross cho evolve a drastic measure to ensure the continuation of the species: a controlled burn.

    the species has developed the ability to produce special sap that is both incredibly volatile to shock and quite flammable.

    the unstable sap is bundled within newly adapted spore pods, designed with tough-shelled fireproof spores and specially shaped wings that help them steady their fall when dropped from the parent's bloomshell.

    when a sporebearing adult senses an increase in humidity in the air, such as would be produced by evaporation from an oasis, it releases its hellstorm of explosive sporepods. the first to impact burn through any local flora or fauna unable to escape the blaze, while those who come late are left with pre-fertilized ground to take root in.

    the once sundry sight of a massive flying plant becomes a signal of terror for many desert inhabitants.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)03:42 No.18825643
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    >I'll leave out the carnivorous since their host is

    Like their Titandonis host the Cho plants it carries also get larger.
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)03:42 No.18825645
    >creeper cho
    >develop long vines
    >but they are alread-

    Welp, I think the cho have taken over the Oasis.
    and mimic cho can now grab and eat people who try to come for water. Bitches better start watching where they step.
    >> VOLCANIC ACTIVITY Indonesian Gentleman 04/23/12(Mon)03:45 No.18825676
    Volcanoes to the west of the desert erupted! Their ash falls on the sands, and carried by the winds deep into the desert. The bad news is, lava also poured to the western reaches of the desert, and now those parts are obsidian fields. The good news, the ash is highly nutritious to plants. Adapt or move to the east, what would your species do?
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)03:48 No.18825715
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    >nutritious to plants
    >but the cho just got bigge-

    welp, it's time for an upgrade and strain split.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/23/12(Mon)03:58 No.18825813
    Remember, although there's nutritious ash, there's still the need to dig deep for water.
    That, or reduce dependance to water.
    >> C.A.S.E 04/23/12(Mon)04:04 No.18825879
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    the albatross cho, in the presence of nutrient-rich ash and the byproducts of their new method of reproduction, develop much stronger structures around the bases of their wings. these new structures allow for powerful flexing of the wing structures.

    the albatross cho have developed true flight!
    - young of the species need not wait for a sandstorm to rise, simply a strong gust for them to work off of
    - if a flyer is grounded, it has a much greater chance of regaining its altitude
    - greater control is possible in flight. the ability to vary altitude helps them reach denser pockets of humidity.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:14 No.18825964
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    The smart houyi!

    The snake houyi were out-competed in brute strength and speed by the running houyi almost everywhere. The little advantage the snakes had was their relatively more accurate spines and longer range.
    Unlike their running cousins, the snakes couldn't just ram a tankdoni while shooting few javelins at it, and expect to succeed in bringing the acid spewing bug down. No they had to think what they were doing.
    Slowly, but surely, a predatory cunning like no other started developing within their brains. The concept of tactics, covering fire and flanking were slowly sinking to the minds of these ravenous predators.

    The snake houyi hunt in packs with almost military grade organization. Each individual has clear objectives and roles when they hunt. One distracts the prey, while other moves to its flank, as the rest of the pack provide covering fire with their spines, pinning the prey to the ground, allowing the flanking one to either unleash a volley of spines to the creatures unarmored backside, or simply move close enough to be able to swiftly kill the victim with it's arm blades.

    There is clear, cold and calculating mind lurking within the armored head of these beasts. They know when and when not to attack, they make plans, ambushes, raids. They capture creatures to their lairs, presumably for feeding their young. They are predators, first, sentients second. There is no compassion in them, the weak die and the strong endure.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:19 No.18826019
    rolled 4 = 4


    Rolling for sand worms
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:21 No.18826032
    Hydralisks inbound. Prepare your anuses.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:25 No.18826076
    Oh shit son.
    As if they weren't scary enough.
    Now they have toadies.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:33 No.18826148

    The fun thing it, they already were in symbiosis with other creatures.
    That roll will just make the connection between the sandworms and Suzumou deeper.
    >> C.A.S.E 04/23/12(Mon)04:33 No.18826150
    in this thread alone, the demon lord of evolution has brought us:
    massive insectoid tanks that wander the deserts to spear prey with their proboscii
    incredibly socially intelligent parasitic wasps
    tiny worms that build massive coralline structures in the sand
    a swarm of bladed insects that wanders the wastes killing everything in its path
    flying draconic plants that pointedly destroy desert oases to colonize them
    lightning-fast, spear-spewing, sword-armed, horrifyingly hierarchal dreadbeasts that hunt in packs and hate everything
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:35 No.18826161
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:37 No.18826175
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    Time to see how plants react first.

    Evolution complete.
    >pic related
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:38 No.18826185
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    >demon lord of evolution
    >Charles Darwin: Demon Prince ot Tzeentch
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/23/12(Mon)04:40 No.18826198
    Hmm, I'll have the other plants adapt against these invasive STEHL REHN. Or rather, SEED REHN!

    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:43 No.18826223
    Don't forget flying aircraft carriers whose payloads are angry heat seeking super sonic bullets.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)04:56 No.18826347
    >tiny worms that build massive coralline structures in the sand
    Having made these, I just want to say that that didn't happen in this thread. That was actually the very first thing to happen in the first desert thread.

    For the volcanic event, the sandcoral usmal stick near the plants, preferably the more primitive kaskus and cho which, by what I gather, have an easier time surviving out in the open desert than those adapted for life around the oases.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:03 No.18826421
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    Over time, the symbiotic relationship between the Suzumou and the sandworms becomes even deeper. After generations of hosting these sentient wespars, the sandworms develop a curious trait. When they finally grow too big to properly move around, they start developing specialized openings at their sides. These openings lead to a simple flesh-pouch, in which the worm starts storing small amounts (from it's perspective) of fat.
    These, almost womb like chambers were quickly utilized by the Suzumous, who no longer needed to melt trough the hard skin of the worms that resides between their massive armor plates. This trait is beneficial for the worm, as the wounds made by the wespar nymphs when they emerge, are no longer in the open, making infections less likely. Now the wounds are contained within these incubator chambers running down the worm's sides.

    The Suzumou start permanently living in these "wombs". Their presence doesn't affect the worm much, as the walls of the chambers are coated with thick mucus, that prevents infections.

    These old worms, with the food provided by the Suzumou who worship them as gods, can produce high amount of eggs. The worm populations continue to bloom.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:04 No.18826428
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    rolled outside of thread by accident got a 4

    The Burrog developed a symbiotic relationship with some swarming rippers. These rippers feed on the parasites which commonly infests the joints between the Burrog's armour plates.

    In response to the Volcanic event the Burrogs move east towards the plant growth fostered by the ash field
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:04 No.18826429

    And for a sense of scale, the wasp is about the size of a 10 year old human.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:10 No.18826466
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    rolled 2, 6 = 8


    Brain remember to roll...

    Rolled a 3 for the Usmal, so they start moving in herds across the desert taking advantage of the new ash vegetation

    Also rolling for trapdoor sandosis and the carnivorous kaskus they live in
    >> C.A.S.E 04/23/12(Mon)05:11 No.18826471
    well, i shall be retiring for around 12 hours. i hope to see some exciting opposition to the albatross cho in that time! the terrible and wonderful evolutionary arms race continues!
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:13 No.18826477
    rolled 5 = 5


    Rolling for the running houyi
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:17 No.18826511
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    The tongue of the running houyi becomes longer, stronger and more dexterous.
    They use it to grab and constrict other creatures.
    When they run, the tongue is folded neatly inside their massive maws.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:17 No.18826518
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    rolled 2 = 2

    The trap door sandosis have developed a ritual mating dance!

    The Carnivorous Kaskus have developed a thicker lid leaf preventing animals from escaping the symbiotic pair
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)05:29 No.18826597
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    The Cho hit the evolutionary motherload and make a series of quick advancements and adaptations.

    The central spire grows up and outwards, forming an umbrella like structure over the main area. It is hard and armoured, made of interwoven fibers with iron strains to protect itself from the bombs of the albatross cho.
    Underneath this umbrella, sandwiched inbetween layers of plantfibers to mitigate the effects of shaking, are great waterpacks the cho can rely on in hard times of little water and can use to extinguish itself if fired upon.

    The creeping vines grow longer and stronger, able now to support the weight of almost any creature in the desert.

    When there is a great disturbance(eg sandstorms, being eaten, bombardment, fucking sandworms), the umbrella locks up and the vines wrap around it forming a difficult to penetrate series of walls, the rubbery inside absorbing kinetic damage and channeling it into the ground via it's new and improved root system.

    Every now and again (about twice a month) the UMBRELLA CHO shoot out great spore clouds that bathe the desert in it's bio-luminecence.
    Every night the light refracted through the waterpockets forms a rainbow lightshow to be seen under and around the plant as it bathes itself in a light mist, washing off any detrius that may form on it's surface so it can take advantage of every bit of sunlight in the morn.

    One can now see many of these plants growing around seasonal or permanent water sources and they fill the surrounding desert with it's glow.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:36 No.18826648
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    More Cho goodness, if I may join the party?

    The Submarine Cho faced their first aquatic competition from the Kaskus flowers and have now begun to fight back.

    Like their distant cousins the albatross Cho, they have developed flammable sap which they inject into any plant in their environment, using two specially developed root tendrils. (This process is too slow to attack animals)

    Also the Aquatic Usmal have developed a small crest on their heads which flushes with blood when an Usmal senses danger, sending the group diving into the safety of the Submarine Cho's chamber
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)05:43 No.18826694
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    The massive obsidian fields of the west attract and abundance of all kinds of jet wespars, who seek to utilize the massive thermal winds the black rocks generate, when sun quickly heats them up.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)06:14 No.18826907
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    This fucking desert man!
    This fucking desert!

    So as for now, we have:
    >Organic fighter jets and flying aircraft carriers.
    >Firebombing dragonplants.
    >All kinds of predatory plants.
    >Goddamn hydralisks.
    >Bugs that look pretty much like the arachnids from starship troopers.
    >Sentient parasitic wasps.
    >Rock hard bugs with sharp beaks.
    >Acid spewing bugs who march in massive armies.
    >Sand spike spewing monsters with massive maws.
    >Some sort of chameleon wolf things.
    >Massive bugs with plants on their backs.

    I am pretty sure I missed some horrible thing somewhere.
    >mfw thinking about having to try to colonize the place.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)06:24 No.18826973
    the worst is yet to come...
    First of all...im sorry to say the ambush houyi was smothered under thousands of tons of lava and volcanic ash. it is a tragedy that there is one less spine spewing beast on the planet. rest in peace little dude. On a happy note the Devil houyi has evolved nicely to fit into its new environment of lava, ash, and volcanic hell. It has become significantly slower. Why thats no good you say? But it has a shiny new spine launcher. This spine it launches is a modified bone. Inside is a mix of highly volatile liquids that on impact mix when the bone cracks. then..well, "boom". Yes dear readers, the devil houyi is no longer the proud beast it once was, its been reduced to a giant artillery peice that will rape you if you get too close with its giant claws. Oh, its got a nice upgrade to electrical sensitivity as well. that ash makes it hard to see.
    >> non gent 04/23/12(Mon)06:25 No.18826977
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    anyone else is welcome to take over the Artillery houyi. They need a good home.
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)06:31 No.18827013
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    Kill it with fire
    ...more fire

    Damn who is gonna reach tribal first in this. This place is horrifying.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)06:36 No.18827041

    What are the candidates?

    The social burrog things, the sentient parasite wasps and the Hydralisks are the only ones I can think off right now.
    >> non gent 04/23/12(Mon)06:57 No.18827177
    sometimes thats the way life goes. The abyss was equally hostile. actually, no. you fuckers have no idea the nightmares that are coming from that place. no sir. it was a very quick game made to be a death machine. a player killer. what walked out of there. its not good.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)07:02 No.18827206
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    A subspecies of snake houyis emerges. The volcanic houyis adapts to live in the hot obsidian wastelands. They are smaller, more lithe than their cousins who live in other areas.
    To cope with the immense heat in these dark plains, they have developed lighter skin, that reflects sunlight off their bodies.
    Even still, they are mostly inactive during the day, as the heat prevents them from doing much.
    They hunt the jet wespars which flock to these fields. They have developed a way of making their spines grooved, allowing them to shoot even further with more accuracy.
    >> non gent 04/23/12(Mon)07:18 No.18827306
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    The "Carrier" wesper has had to deal with the increased predation from the snake houyis and even the great artillery houyis. In order to cope from predation on the ground, as well as from the albatross cho in the air with its firestorm pod release the Wesper merged a very old design with new concepts. The "carrier" wesper no longer has the single shot cannon it used to. Its radio broadcast communication to the other jet wespers has become more powerful, it has become as large as an Albaross Cho and a flap along its lower body can open and close, creating a sort of internal hanger giving it a much larger capacity then before. Two very powerful propulsion organs have formed once more. The "exhaust" from this scorches the sky black. The beast otherwise is the same as before, complete with hypersonic "bullet" drones. aim down, fire drones. collect corpses later.
    this creature also needs love again. its open to a re-draw. needs one pretty bad, as well as continued evolution. im going to bed then work. so ill be back later.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)07:18 No.18827308
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)07:20 No.18827315
    rolled 2 = 2


    Rolling for Rockdonis
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)07:21 No.18827323
    rolled 6 = 6


    Rollin fo Pusmal
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)07:27 No.18827374
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    rolled 5 = 5


    The Queen Matriarch of Pusmals have become extremely skilled in bioengineering through the generations of giving birth to thousands of Pusmals. With this comes the change in the pusmals as in one generation they have evolved pair of arms to use for their advantage. With these arms they build walls of sand to protect the nest from magma.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)07:31 No.18827402
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    >Dat but.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)07:56 No.18827584
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    Accidental roll. In short time the Queen had created a new type of Pusmal. The bigger and stronger Rusmal is the warrior type Pusmal. as normal Pusmal is about 2 meters tall the Rusmal is 3meters. They stay mostly in close to the Queen to protect her from possible threats. The number of Rusmals is quite low compared to numerous Pusmals.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)08:13 No.18827680
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    Some of the landworms adapt to the obsidian plains. They are able to tunnel trough the relatively brittle rock with surprising ease, although they become somewhat smaller.

    They develop a special "quake" organ at the tip of their tails. This organ is covered with metal lumps, and underneath them, are exremely string vibration muscles. They can generate such immense vibrations with this organ, that it causes the obsidian to collapse. Essentially, these creatures cause minor earthquakes under the feet of their prey, and as the ground they stand on is swept under them, they fall to their deaths, as the worm quickly snatches them.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)08:29 No.18827779
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    Seeing how strong and tough the Rockdonis is the Queen sent the Rusmals to capture live sampels for genetic material. With the genes gained the Queen created the less intelligent but big and extremely strong Pusmal: Tusmal. It doesn't look so dangerous but it's biggest Pusmal around being over 7 meters tall with the streingth and durability of Rockdonis it's living battering ram of destruction.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)08:53 No.18827945
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    The carrier wespar develops an specialized eye at it's snout that can sense all kinds of electromagnetic radiation quite well. From short frequency radio waves to ultraviolet, these creatures truly see all that there is to see in this world.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)08:58 No.18827968
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    The Titandonis grow a conical hump, to allow more room for more Cho plants to grow. When the Eruptions strike they take advantage of the falling ash, catching with their roots. Over time the Titandonis develop the habit of wandering the edge of the lava flows to allow fresh ash to fertilise their Cho plants. The access to new minerals via the plants allows the Titandonis to strengthen its exoskeleton and attain even greater size.

    With its body covered over the Photosynthetic cells in its skin move to the enlarged leg shields.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)09:09 No.18828027
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    How big are these exactly?

    Are they sandworm huge or something else?
    Here is how big some sandworms can get.
    They don't really move around anymore if they are that large, though.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)09:17 No.18828067
    ummm, they'd stand about as tall as that worms body is thick when sexually mature adults, really old ones can grow to twice that size at the most before their body starts collapsing under its own weight.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)09:36 No.18828164
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    Doing charts of each lineage. midway species are not to scale but the end of each line is correct size near as I can figure.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)09:50 No.18828236
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    I lol'd
    fucking cyclop wespar
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)09:51 No.18828247
    I don't know if anyone noticed this before, but there's something interesting which I just realized about the Lem. When they were first introduced, they were the LemUy. What does that spell backwards?
    Hint: Moon thread.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)09:53 No.18828253
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    how big are these relative to the first usmal?

    in the mean time have the kaskus
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)09:54 No.18828259
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    The next issue for the Matriarch were the beasts that can fly or shoot projectiles. It would need to make something that can counter both at the same time. Its next target was titandonis and houyi. Capturing them would be hard but with the new tusmals it would be easier. after many failures came the success. Queen started to work with the genes of these two creatures and after many trials gave birth to the biggest Pusmal creature to be seen. Wusmal is 30m tall and has eyes all over it's body so it has 360degree eyesight. In front it has extendable tongue which tip is diamond hard and coated with poison. At the tail it has organ that let's it shoot the spines same way as other creatures in the desert. but the main point of Wusmal is transportation. Its muscles and fat can take the ranged attacks of other creatures with ease and within itself there is numerous holes that let Pusmal and Rusmals to travel safely.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)09:54 No.18828264
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)09:58 No.18828284
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    this is just meh
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:00 No.18828303
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    With this the Queen is ready to go into final phase of the Pusmal evolution. With the volcanic activity the flora in the are died so the Pusmal evolved into omnivores. Queen Matriarch made sure that the Pusmal evolution was up to the task. With this step the Pusmal species as whole shall be known as THETA.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:04 No.18828321
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:20 No.18828418
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    you should now get the fuck out, sir
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)10:36 No.18828489
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    what are these things
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:44 No.18828531
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    Don't worry i was gonna retkon them anyway. Just had to do that when i realized where i was going without myself even realizing. And this was made also because of Hydralisk...

    I'll retkon them to the point where there is only Pusmal in the pic and Queen matriarch with some skill in bioengineering. I'll be keepin the bioengineering because we need at least one race that doesn't use conventional technology.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:45 No.18828533
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    I have absolutely no idea.
    Some sort of, zerg in gummy bear form?
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)10:46 No.18828543
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    Burog line
    in the background is how big I imagine the sand worms can get.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:47 No.18828552

    Ah, you made reference to something?
    I missed it completely.
    Could you clarify what exactly you referenced?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:50 No.18828565
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:51 No.18828568
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    Just the normal Hive living bioengineered mass tactics using world devouting aliens.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:52 No.18828574
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    Excellent! I have just one minor nitpick.
    The sand devil/houyi from which the differend breeds split from is the earlier evolution.
    The snake things for split from pic related.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:55 No.18828589

    Oh, those!
    I felt like I had seen something similar to your little abominations before.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)10:55 No.18828591
    ok thanks, I'll get on that and fix it
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)10:59 No.18828606

    With the increased pack mentality the Rockdonis have created a sign language to communicate with each other. They use their hindlegs to do these signs as the big arms are too clumsy for this kind of work. With a way to communicate the society of Rockdonises have gone to the next stage.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)11:09 No.18828675
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    this better, or have i just gone and got it more wrong.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:25 No.18828787
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    Dam I love this....this EVERYTHING!
    Have this. You guys are awesome!
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:27 No.18828797

    I am not sure if the updated version of the sand devils replaced the earlier one, but it did evolve from it. The first one you had in the chart is the ancestor of the one I posted.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:36 No.18828871
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    Fuck yeah weaponisation! rolled a five

    Greater armoured burrogs (new name please?) have come to the amazing realisation that they can now pick things up. With their strong forearms they can even uproot trees.

    The volcanic activity has activated the long dormant metal bio-electrical nodes in their shells, causing them to constantly release sparks of electricity. This has also made them more aggressive as a species, the once lumbering giant herbivores now fight amongst each other
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)11:39 No.18828890
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    hows this then
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:42 No.18828919
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    It's all good now. No further nitpicking from me.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)11:46 No.18828967
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    also heres the usmal, not really sure on the final sizes.
    Guys who've been running them any corrections?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:48 No.18828988
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    The volcanic houyi develop foldable skin crest on their backs. The crest is supported by long hollow bones, which the creature can move up and down, allowing it to fold the crest when it needs to.

    The houyi use these crests to manage their body temperature better in the hot obsidian plains. They raise their skin crests against the wind, allowing them to cool themselves down, as the skin is teeming with blood veins.

    This adaptation allows the snake like creatures to be more active during the day, thus they can hunt more.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:50 No.18829006
    how did the fucking hydralisk knockoffs get a pass?
    its like, directly fucking hydralisks now
    and yet buddy parodying BETA gets retconned?
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)11:52 No.18829029
    it was the speed of the beta guy, also I think he retconned himself
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:53 No.18829037

    Note that he retconned the creatures himself.
    If IG wishes for the hydralisks to go way, he can do so. But until then, I'll just continue developing them.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:55 No.18829050
    Yeah, the Hydralisk creator had the patience only amorality can allow.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:58 No.18829077
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    I don't think that they're quite that big.

    A subspecies splits from the chuflouz. Their tentacles have lost the hairlike projections and they split up right next to the body instead of the end.
    For ease of identification, these are the tentaflouz.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)11:58 No.18829081
    I'm only casual lurker of these threads, but it's kinda lame to see someone do something so blatant.
    this is like H&K gunfish, doesn't belong in this game

    or hey, maybe if i do it slowly enough I can make a carnifex? just sayin guys
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:08 No.18829152
    For the Island evolution games run by Aether, there someone made Reapers and Lavos. I've never made a tribute creature before, but someday I want to make Diaboromon.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:08 No.18829160
    Event rolls gave them spine firing, they went after flying targets, and the entire chain was well made. Stop being a spoil sport. The plusmal guy just went SUDDENLY queen matriarch has created 7m tanks and 30m troop transports. The two are very different.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:15 No.18829216
    Are few tribute creatures really putting this many people off?
    I found the idea of making the hydralisk lookalikes quite amusing, and I tried to make it so that their development made some sense at least. There are loads of more unique things running around, the majority of the sandoni variants, basically all the things that came from usmals, the majority of burrog descendants, over a half of the wespar derivatives are goddamn organic jet-fighters, not to mention that all the plants are quite unique.

    The only tribute creations I can think of are the sandworms, the houyi and maybe the blade runners. Are they really a problem?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:20 No.18829251
    Another lurker reporting, I doesn't have anything with the hydralisk thingie unless they stop with the evolutionary thingie, so keep going anon, make them evolution in something more wonderful and interesting and we will be all happy, I guess.

    Sorry English, a reason why I don't post in these games (alas my paint skills are pitiful).
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:23 No.18829278
    Alas I'm the only one with the idea of add some of these little beauties to a tyranid swarm? The Jet things and the wasp+worm combo seems awesome.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)12:27 No.18829309
    no, I've been considering making some organic jet engine harpies for my nid army.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:33 No.18829362
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    the lizard guys are tired of being eaten so they evolved to be five times bigger with really sharp claws and a laser cannon on their back

    they are also smart now and form packs that make tools and use them
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)12:40 No.18829427
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    Obviously the only thing left is space age
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:41 No.18829431
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    Two of the tentaflouzs' major tentacles atrophy while the other pair begins to split into digits.
    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)12:42 No.18829441
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:43 No.18829449

    What is Falk's opinion on making tribute creatures?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:46 No.18829478
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    >> Falc 04/23/12(Mon)12:48 No.18829498
    I rather original content. It brings new life to the world and helps people not to fall into old ruts.

    However if the tribute character is done properly (all the evolutions that led to that point make sense for the environment and base creature) then I have no problems.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:52 No.18829523
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    Ok, that is how I tried to do it in the first place.
    I will try to make something more original from now on, but I won't abandon the houyi though. I kinda like them.
    Meanwhile, have this.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:53 No.18829533
    Hell Nad'lun
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:58 No.18829568
    That's some sweet art. In paint alone or with a tablet?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)12:58 No.18829574

    I only use the name when I play as the titular tribe. Shit would get confusing otherwise.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:02 No.18829599

    Tablet, off course, and paint tool sai. I could never pull off something like that on paint.
    I make the updates on creatures with paint because if I did them on sai, they would look out of place, and if someone would try to modify them, the modifications would shine right out.
    All the sai pictures are just generic imagery for this world, I won't make changes to creatures in them.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:04 No.18829616
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    I'm sorry about the problems i might have caused. I have nothing against the tribute creatures for being tributes. It was just that i have my own grudge with SC and for that i have no love for creatures that are from it. I have no reason to deny your work as they just look so awesome. My Pusmal highspeedhaxevolution was meant to be joke as it is. a stupid one but still a joke for all the weird evolutions that i have seen here.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:12 No.18829690

    It's cool man.
    I was mostly confused by your things, as I didn't get the reference. If you want to go down with the whole bioengineering route, you might just want to tone the speed down a little bit.
    Simply copying exact features from other things in one generation is kinda cheap.

    And to be honest, I don't care much for SC myself either. I liked the 1st one, but I think that Blizzard really screwed up SC2.
    Hydralisks look bloody awesome though. I have always loved them.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)13:15 No.18829710
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    heres the Sandoni chart. Any corrections?

    its 3 am so I'll tackle the wespar in the morning/next thread.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:21 No.18829764

    I'm so going for the bioengineering but i will leave it to tribal stage. As i said it's for variety in the world where weird creatures use the same technology than humans.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:24 No.18829791
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    You missed the great tankdoni, which is it's current form.
    It is bigger than the blade runners, but not as massive as the titandonis creatures.
    Other than that, I see no flaws.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)13:25 No.18829804
    ok cool, i'll ad that in
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:27 No.18829818
    Are you implying that you were behind the Hydralisk?
    If so, explains the quality in artwork.

    The digits on the tenaflouzs' major tenacles further develop. With the hand-like ends, they have an easier time grasping prey, objects, and plants to keep from drifting in their sleep. Another new adaptation, they develop eye-shaped markings to intimidate possible predators.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:27 No.18829819

    I got no problems with that as long as it it's zerg or tyranid like hyper-fast evolution stuff. Meaning that you won't develop new adaptations within few days.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:29 No.18829837
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    forgot pic.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:30 No.18829849
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    Yes, that is exactly what I am implying.
    I am behind quite few of the critters roaming the world. Try to guess which ones!

    (Don't actually, it doesn't matter as we are all free to use and adapt these critters.)
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)13:37 No.18829921
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    look right now then?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:40 No.18829964

    Dam there are many sandoni variants!
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:43 No.18829995

    Haha. yeah. My idea wasn't to use the bioengineering to that extend. More like where others have hammer made of stone i have hammer made of organic matter. No adaptations or something like that. just Flesh where there normally would be metal. I would need to roll for them just like everyone else would.
    >> chartfag 04/23/12(Mon)13:44 No.18830000
    yeah, i think people just liked them, i myself am resposible for the Leaf sandonis and Titandonis
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:49 No.18830058
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    The once docile herbivore Gorrirogs are now aggressive omnivores, smashing smaller animals to a pulp with crude tools or their bare hands. Metallic studs have protruded from the knuckle bones. The largest of the Gorrirogs will sometimes lead a small "pack" of them to take out more deadly prey
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:52 No.18830086
    rolled 6 = 6

    All I've done is Sandcoral and Tentaflouz (which I just remembered haven't been rolled for. Not rolling for sandcoral though; they were never meant to ever reach tribal).

    Looking back, did you do the Reaper and Lavos fryc?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:53 No.18830099
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    The bodies of the Suzumou change as their worm hosts start providing them with ready made homes.
    Their legs grow stronger, allowing them to fully support their weight on them. Their acid glands atrophy, as they no longer need to melt through the thick skin of the worm.
    Their communication "wings" become longer, allowing them to transmit more complex messages trough the bioluminescence of these wings.

    Their primitive religion also develops. They now see the worm as their own personal gods, that beget them, and grant them shelter, for exchange of food sacrifices. They have also started to react violently if they see a juvenile worm being harmed. They don't actively try to protect them, but if they spot a worm in trouble, they will come to it's aid, even if the worm might kill it's saviors, as the juvenile worms do not feel connection to the Suzumou.
    The worm will remember the act though, and in later life, it might be more welcoming to it's small worshipers.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:55 No.18830118
    Are the tiny blue plant cultivator adoni still on the tiatan adoni?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:57 No.18830128
    Oh boy, intelligent balloons.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:57 No.18830131

    No, I did not.
    The primorial evo game is the first game of this type I joined in.
    I was the one who made the first hopping flouz, and eventually a whole bunch of different hoppas.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)13:58 No.18830140
    Yes, another smart descendant of the humble flouz joins the fray!
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)14:01 No.18830153
    I was going with some. Not all Titandoni have populations of them, but many do (and probably most of the largest ones since they've been around long enough to pick up some).
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)14:22 No.18830357
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    Some artillery devils begin to hunt the titadonis creatures, by shooting their spines trough them.
    Their cannons have improved.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)14:50 No.18830559
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    I was the guy who did most of the Ambush Usmal, I fixed the chart to include the most recent one witch i posted last thread
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)14:54 No.18830602

    Weren't there aquatic Usmal come to think?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)14:56 No.18830623

    My bad, need sleep. Good job on the charts guys
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:09 No.18830733
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    A splinter species of the ambush houyi develops extremely acute eyesight, as well as powerful extra air-sacks to their pressure lungs, allowing them to propel javelins very far.
    They hunt by stalking stalking their prey, and then shooting them from a clear distance, so they can avoid harm. They then use their elongated legs to quickly skitter to their kill, and devour it. They use their sharp tail blades to deter any would be thieves from their prey.

    These creatures hunt in the plains, flouz creatures are especially to their liking, as they are easy to pop, and then follow as they fall to the ground.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:19 No.18830847
    Good thing the flouz have multiple air sacs.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:22 No.18830873
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    Added the aquatic Usmal and I indicated the lines that have stealth I am going to check the archived threads to see what I missed. Any advice?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:25 No.18830895

    True dat, they won't go down with one shot, but they are still easier to kill than social burrogs, that also live in the plains.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:32 No.18830960
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    The tentaflouz having increased predation have begun to adapt. They begin to expel gasses at irregular rates causing their bodies to vibrate. When shot down by the accurate houzi their bodies shudder violently and send vibrations through the plains. This draws the electric plain wurms to their corpses, dissuading the houzi from hunting them en mass.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:40 No.18831037
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    The competition between the slizers and the jet wespars for the reign of the skies has finally caused developments.

    The massive slizers were often unable to defend themselves against the fast and agile jet bugs, who shredded the fragile wings of the flying slizers, causing them to fall to their deaths.

    As they were in the brink of extinction, some slizers developed additional acid glands in the former water intakes at their sides. They use these glads to excrete a haze of caustic fluids, which upon entering the "jets" of the wespar, cause them to spontaneously explode, as the acids react with their organic fuels.

    The slizers use these acid clouds to shield themselves against the jet wespar's attacks.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:49 No.18831155
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    In addition to the vibrations the tentaflouz's new diet on this continent has led to it storing more volatile gasses. Upon being punctured they crash sparking the gas mixtures they contain. They swell and explode helping to draw in wurms and maim any ambush houzi that get too close to their downed prey.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)15:54 No.18831235
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    I like this update, and I like that name you called them. Houzi. Yeah, I am pretty sure that I will start calling the tripod ones houzi, the snake ones houyi and the running ones can stay as devils. Now there are nice names for all the subgroups!

    Anyways, the sniping houzi quickly learn that the vibrating sacks of flesh will herald the coming of a GODDAMN landworm! They slowly stop preying upon the adult flouz creatures, but young ones still belong to their diets, as they generate far less vibrations when they die.

    Their main food is once again, social burrogs.
    They usually shoot them into soft parts, such as eyes, sides, ankles, anywhere were they lack armor. To discourage any would be kill sealers, the lubricant mucus their javelins use has started to smell and taste horrible, and when the javelin hits the target, this mucus spreads and sticks to the carcass, and quickly forms a revolting digestive membrane over it.

    The snipers aren't jet immune to the taste either. They are bloody furious when they are eating.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)16:31 No.18831648
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    The running devils become even faster. They lose their horns, as they develop to fin like spikes at the top of their carapace, in order to reduce drag, their legs also became even more suited for running.

    The movable claws near their knees develop into long talons, which they use to settle disputes between the individuals, as well as for hunting.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)16:31 No.18831650
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    This gives me something interesting to work with.

    With having the more volatile gasses in their bodies, the pressure reliefs, air jets, and filtration organs of the tentaflouz have to adapt. The air jets become more movable as well as capable of releasing more controlled amounts of gas. Since these gasses react violently with the air, flames often spout from them. Their pressure relief also routes into the jets.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)16:54 No.18831922
    Any specie with little love? I will gladly adopt one. For evolving one, not in any /d/eviant propose or anything.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)16:57 No.18831954
    I think the Usmals are a little bit behind, I'd pick one of them if I was you

    Actually pick anything you want, go wild
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:01 No.18832000
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    These things haven't been updated for ages.
    Link to their latest update I could find.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:11 No.18832133
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    The sandworms develop special glands in their flesh pouches, that provide nectar like liquids for the Suzumou. This allows grants the worm a greater bounty of the kills of the wespars, as the adults no longer need to eat as much of meat as they ordinarily should. The nectar is mostly just sugars and related substances, which the worm no longer needs as much, as it is largely immobile. It needs the proteins that the meat contains, which earlier would be eaten by the suzumou too. Now that the suzumou eat less meat, the sandworms can produce even more eggs.

    In addition, more of the sandwom's nerves have grown within the incubation chambers, allowing the worm to monitor it's little inhabitants better.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:27 No.18832326
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    Different guy, jumping on the bandwagon.

    Some of the Usmal that burrowed underground have survived all this time by sucking nutrients from the deepest roots of the Cho; these Usmal are starting to resurface.

    Their stalked eyes have sunk to pick up the low levels of light underground; their legs have multiplied and bent backward to make tunnelling easier; they've lost most of their pigment through lack of light and their mouths have become suckers through which they drain the roots.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:28 No.18832338
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    The Gorrirog has developed compound eyes to better protect itself from all the airborne death that's evolving around it. Becoming even more violent it has become almost completely carnivorous, preying on anything it can find, mostly the varieties of Usmal. They can now channel the bio-electricity at will (to some degree), and it is released from the metallic nodes on their shells
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:29 No.18832355
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    The tentflouz have begun secreting a digestive goo. It doesn't do much other than drip around everywhere, but while feeding on plant matter, or small larval animals it allows them to have an easier time grabbing things.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:30 No.18832373
    Could someone tell me how this works? how do I join? how do you play? I really don't get it
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:32 No.18832401
    Go through the archived desert threads. Pick a creature. Edit in paint. Give a reason. Nothing too sudden and let your imagination take hold.

    Don't be afraid to edit someone elses creature and call it a splinter strain.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:34 No.18832424
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    The ambush Usmal grow even larger now. To make up for this there legs have grown larger to support size. There tail has also grown slightly longer and stronger it acts as counter balance so they can run much faster on 2 legs
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)17:36 No.18832454
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    To shield their sensitive eyes from the sudden, harsh desert sun; the sub-usmal's eyes shrink and their brow protrudes into a visor. Their skin also darkens.

    Slowly, their legs grow and harden into oar-like limbs that have a better time moving together through the sand, they move surprisingly quickly with their tail acting as a rudder.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)18:05 No.18832827
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    A tiny houyi subspecies emerges. These little creatures have adapted to climbing on the Kaskus trees, and shooting down young wespars and eating them.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)18:18 No.18832995
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    >Wipe off your hands, mister!
    I think it's time to finally start reinforcing the fact that these things are smart and give a push toward tribal.

    The Tentaflouz find that they can use rocks for a number of purposes. They use them for breaking open the shells of prey, fighting off predators, hammers, etc.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)18:19 No.18833012
    With some time, these burrogs develop new hoofs with a pseudo-thumbs who make easier dig roots and stuff, alas the antlers are reduced and a tusk it's starting to appear.

    They live in good sized herds, but the vicious predators make they live very difficult.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)18:20 No.18833018
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    Eventually, their paddle-legs become struts for full-body-length fins, letting them glide through the sand literally like a fish through water.

    They develop rough edges around their sucking mouth, which adapts to allow solid vegetation which they gnaw off the base of plants.

    Also, their prominent brow grows further across their back.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)19:05 No.18833624
    squee you used the name i suggested
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)19:10 No.18833698
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    Fins grow and develop; brow extends over the back to form a tough carapace, tail extending from under it to maintain maneuverability; "teeth" grow to suit scraping off plant matter, also act as self defence.

    Somebody stop me if I'm going too fast, I figure I've got some catching up to do.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/23/12(Mon)21:43 No.18835864
    I've returned from my slumber! I see an explosion of activity happened...

    Gorrirog, Suzumou and Tentaflouz might be ready for tribal stage, or close to it.
    Also, Pusmals are cute, and I think their quadbutts are just hilarious to look at.

    And I see what you did there, Sub Usmal! Hehehehe. I'm just wondering what would humans think when they first landed on this world.
    "Let's take a look at the desert faunaHOLY SHIT IS THAT SOME ZERGS FIGHTING BUGS AND DUNE WORMS?"
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)22:26 No.18836446
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    The ambush Usmal start to grow fine hollow hair over there bodies. These hair have 3 purposes, first is to absorb the sound used in echolocation, second is to retain the heat of there environment this is to mask them from creatures (not really sure what to call these things) that detect heat, and finally it improves there camouflage greatly. There pads on there feet now allow them to walk without creating any sounds.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)22:34 No.18836571
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    The Tentaflouz have begun using their digestive goo as a carrier for their volatile gasses. By passing some of the gas into the goo that drips down they have created rudimentary firebombs. While not many can do it the tentaflouz that see this action have become increasingly good at copying.

    With their new hunting methods, and less predators (due to exploding corpses) the tentaflouz have begun to grow larger.

    dun dun dun bomber flouz.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)22:39 No.18836641
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    (guy who suggested gorrirog name here. apologies for the shitty edit)

    The Gorrirogs develop conductive nodules on their palms and fingertips. Even unarmed the gorrirog can grab and shock prey. Over a few generations, Gorrirogs discover that certain materials are better weapons than wood and rocks with traces of metal become commonly used
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:03 No.18836922
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    Overtime the power of the firebombs have turned the Tentaflouz into the masterminds of the central plains. They coast on thermals taking down prey as they see fit. Overtime their bodies have adapted to the volatile gasses and have even created intakes to create slightly better burns. Their exhausts have also become more finesse oriented. Though at a full burn they move quite quickly through the air.

    Alongside that their eye system has evolved to allow them to escape threats from all angles. These adaptations have allowed the Tentaflouz to become more sociable and learn from one another through dances they perform in the air.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:23 No.18837138
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    >those jets
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:25 No.18837164
    I can see these guys slowly evolving to naturally armored knights. 'Shock troops' or. 'Storm troopers'.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:26 No.18837187
    Close to tribal? I think it's time to make another shove toward it.

    The Tentaflouz have realized the concept of safety in numbers, congregating into large nomadic groups of up to fifteen to thirty. At first, they all did their own things at once, but over time, the Flouz have figured out dividing the labor between hunters, guards, and even cooks of all things (they use the flames spouting from another's back).
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:28 No.18837206
    The tentaflouz team up is complete :D
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:30 No.18837228
    oh man, prepare yourself for a shit-tier redraw
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:32 No.18837235
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    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:38 No.18837306
    Wait what that was my redraw! With the jet engines and what not. I've actually never been very enamored with playing the tribal stage. This age of raw animalism is what appeals to me.

    -signed guy who made firebombs, and jet tentaflouz
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:39 No.18837310
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    The Gorrirog grow in strength and stature, able to hurl stones with incredible force at flying assailants. Shockpoints grow on areas of frequent usage. The social hierarchy of gorrirogs continues toward the trend of alpha leaders, as the strongest and most durable assert themselves on their subordinates.

    shit-tier redraw included. U Mirin Bro?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:40 No.18837326
    This man is now very embarrassed :D

    Also uh oh...bug gorillas that throw rocks. Best firebomb them from high altitude ;D
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/23/12(Mon)23:41 No.18837333
    Hmm, convergent evolution! We now have two sentient hominid creatures which has shocking hands. I wonder how first contact between them and the Frowgmen will roll...
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:42 No.18837344
    If you still want to work with the flouz, the normal chuflouz are still around, just waiting to be taken in a whole different direction.
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:46 No.18837372
    two? whats the other besides gorrirogs?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:49 No.18837405
    On the other continent we have frowg people. Who have a shocking element. Used to use them to hunt, now they channel them through their weapons(?).
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:50 No.18837415
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    Frowgmagnon. Pic related

    Was removing the eye-shaped markings intentional or not?
    >> Anonymous 04/23/12(Mon)23:55 No.18837478
    Intentional. If we are apex why do we need such things. Plus with 360 degree vision we can rain terror without the need for people to be scared by the eyes. (plus I thought they looked kind of derpy)
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:02 No.18837557
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    rolled 17 = 17

    Frequent use of electric pulses leads the Gorrirog to develop specialized organs located on their tail. These organs enhance the already formidable capacity of the gorrirogs. This leads to the ability of gorrirogs to project the electricity over a short distance. the prevalence of rock-wielding tactica leads to some of the more cunning gorrirogs to develop a tactic

    Rolling for shock weapon based tactica
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:03 No.18837568
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    Leaving vestigial traits isn't a bad thing, although I do admit they looked kinda weird. Central air sac looked like a giant nose.
    Butterflies and moths make it look way better.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:05 No.18837579
    The Alphas develop a habit of using sharp rocks to impale creatures from a distance, and then project the electricity through the metallic ores. Skill with this technique is a defining trait of future leadership
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:05 No.18837580
    True that. Since I'm not partial to em you can go ahead and evolutionize em in. I just wanted to make a new model for us.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:09 No.18837633
    Forgot to add, the Tentaflouz are by no means masters of the sky. The wespar still hold that title.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:12 No.18837672
    I figured in the plains they'd be pretty well off. Though I didn't think they'd beat bioship Aigaion.

    I do think they're less of an evolutionary dead than the scary air carriers. Though the dark hand of evolution can do many things.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:31 No.18837876
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    But they do happen to be around the tribal cut-off.
    Also, do they markings look better like this?

    Does anyone have a good description for this series of evolution games? I think it's about time to get a wiki page going.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:31 No.18837886
    *the, not they.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:32 No.18837894
    i seriously hope someone can make a nicer version of this with less retarded armour

    I suck at drawing things. wish i had a tablet, looks like they are boss!
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:34 No.18837926
    Thats cool with me. I mean we can always give a reason for em, perhaps they are now used as mating things. Let them create some phosphorescence?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:34 No.18837927
    I'll give a shot with my mouse paint-fu.
    >> non gent 04/24/12(Tue)00:37 No.18837956
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    Oh also to whoever figured out Lem'Uy is Yumel...yes...YES!!!!1 just a little homage to the moongame.
    The carrier wesper develop a massive wingspan, and an increased number of "bays" to carry the various wesper swarms. They frequently hunt the Tentaflouz and slizers at low altitude. The lack of abundant oxygen increases a need for "Fuel" at high altitude results in hunting the albatross cho.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:41 No.18838005
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    oh lawd
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)00:46 No.18838070
    Allright, I think Gorrirogs are ready for tribal stage... which means every evolution for them from now on would be minor ones like color, stance, etc. No big evolutions like radically changing the bodyplan, adding limbs, or extra organs.

    Suzumou and Tentaflouz would need a few more evolutions to tribal stage, however. Suzumou haven't got the evolutionary pressure to use tools, and the Tentaflouz are still too solitary to form tribes. I'll make an event soon.

    Meanwhile, superpredators of the desert: Aigaion, Snake Houyi, and the Sandworms.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)00:52 No.18838156
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    bioluminescence i would use
    >> Dark Hand of evolution non gent 04/24/12(Tue)00:57 No.18838210
    The albatross cho is now the Dragon + Cho= Dracho. By vaporizing its explosive sap and igniting it has flaming breath. The body of the plant has grown slightly more bulky.
    the Dracho is a good parent to its saplings, so good of a parent it sees many opportunities to create fertile ground...they just move so damn much, but if burned...perfect. Even in the air, so much to burn...to burn it all? Yes. the world must burn, so life can grow.
    The Dracho and Carrier Wesper can be seen in diving aerobatic death matches. Flaming seed pods and suicide drones...the skies are alite with smoke, flame, and the roar of the wesper jets.

    gonna say these and that artillery devil make for pretty horrible life forms as well.
    >> non gent 04/24/12(Tue)01:00 No.18838247
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    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)01:00 No.18838253
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    Tentaflouz already formed groups.

    Does this look good so far?
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)01:04 No.18838291
    Hmm, yeah. Well I'll just wait for one or two more evolutions towards their social habits. Should be the ticket.
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)01:11 No.18838365
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    I think the frowg as a whole are going to go 'nope' at this place.
    >> non gent 04/24/12(Tue)01:17 No.18838416
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    Hey guys were the Ta'Mirel, and we want you to join the Enclave of tribes! We have lots of technology and education, and food and resources! Were pretty great guys but...wait, what? things to kill you say? a war...RIP AND TEAR!!!!!! RIP AND TEAR!!!! KILL FUCKING EVERYTHING!!!
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)01:19 No.18838437
    The tentaflouz language of dances and limited vocalizations have improved since first gathering. They can now express less literal ideas and concepts.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)01:21 No.18838468
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    Some houyi begin to use the caverns and otherwise already loosened soil that the landworms have created to build their burrows in. Their front claws become sturdier, to help them dig, and their tail starts excreting resinous substance, that they use to harden the walls of their lairs. They also become somewhat smaller. The digging houyi live in bigger groups than their larger cousins. The group is led by the ruling male and female, who have the privilege of reproduction. The rest of the individuals of the pack are their descendants.

    The landworms are a problem to them however, as they can easily breach their burrows. This is why their lairs aren't permanent bases, instead the houyi are constantly ready to move out, in case they feel the tell tale vibrations and the static buildup that signal the arrival of a landworm. They quickly abandon their nests, sometimes intentionally crippling the weak, sick or the elderly to buy time for the rest of the brood as they make their escape.
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)01:31 No.18838571
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    The Spike/umbrella cho begin to grow shoots from the main creeper.

    During the night, the Umbrella cho will release a fine mist of water from it's top storage tanks to wash detrius off itself and it's shoots.

    Lastly they have begun to produce, using different chemical combinations, varying colours for their bioluminecence, changing throughout the day to match with their mineral content,temperature,water content and general health.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)01:39 No.18838658
    The gorrirogs develop a system wherein they are grouped. A single Alpha will command a group of several subordinate males and females. These groups hunt for large prey and defend their territory. It is not uncommon for a sbordinate to sacrifice themselves so that other grorrirogs may take down larger beasts such as sand / land worms, wespar, or houyi. As the subordinates develop, they may become Alphas themselevs and will splinter off into their own groups as gorrirogs decide who to follow. Over time, Gorrirrogs develop powerful vocals that allow them to communicate with other packs at great distances.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)01:42 No.18838700
    It's official: Gorrirogs and Tentaflouz can advance to Tribal stage.
    Which means I'll have to make the map for this continent, as well as next thread becoming a Tribal thread.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)01:54 No.18838798
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    Overtime, the Suzumou learn to tap the nerve endings of the worm which end in the pouches.
    Nothing much happened, except that sometimes the worm increased the nectar production of the particular chamber, or opened/closed the "door" of the chamber.

    At some point however, some Suzumou tried to lick these nerve ends. As the exposed nerves connected with the tongue teeming with nerve-ends, a connection was made. A rudimentary at first, but nevertheless the Suzumou had managed to touch the mind of it's god. As the practice of liking the nerve ends grew, the Suzumous tongue changed. The nerve endings at their tip became more pronounced, allowing them to make a clearer connection with the sandworms.

    The mind of the ancient sandworm is vast. Their brains themselves are massive. They are sentient, they remember. Young worms are intelligent, they learn fast, as there is no-one to teach them. The minds of these ancient worms are all but memories. Memories of their past, of the things they have "seen", done and learned.
    When the suzumou first connected to the minds of these gods, they were overwhelmed. Their insignificance at the face of their deities blew their minds. Many started seeking advice from the worms, and some times, they received scant pieces of memories, which provided some guidance.

    Unbeknown to the wespars, the stimulation they caused by peeking to the minds of these old beings, slowly started to vitalize their ancient brains. They worms slowly grew curious again, drawing new memories from the minds of their worshipers. New sensations, concepts, experiences, all these served to set their minds back in motion.
    Something grand is building up within the living hills.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)01:59 No.18838840
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    As the TentaFlouz grow closer to each other so too do their genetics become more streamlined. They no longer need their huge mass of tentacles instead there are now two set of tentacles under their large eyes.

    The feeder tentacles remain much as their ancestral versions, used for filtering food and grabbing onto their small prey. However, a new set of tentacles becomes prevalent in large TentacleFlouz communities. These large tentacles split into finer arms and are used shape firebombs. In addition the mouths have a link to the volatile gas chambers and stomach fluids to allow quicker fire bomb creation. In doing so their "hand" tentacles are freed up for other things.

    The new light shows are used for communication, their ancestral pheromone sacks withered and gone. Their 360 degree eye sight has developed into a long red gash that sees all around them. At night the TentaFlouz shine light around them creating "clouds" of light where they can see night time predators, and to attract prey.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)02:06 No.18838894
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    The foldable back crest of the volcanic houyi grows larger, allowing the creatures to cool themselves even more efficiently. The crests are now also used in mating displays, and to as a communication device between the creatures.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)02:08 No.18838908
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    Getting close now.

    Is it just me, or is 4chan having problems right now? I keep loosing connection every so often.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)02:14 No.18838965
    Someones had a bit too much venom ._.

    Hey other TentaFlouz guy what do you think of the new tentacles?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)02:26 No.18839060
    Purple veins were around the metal plates, so I decided to add a few around the rest of their exposed skin.

    As other flouz guy, I'm wondering if the tentacle mouths are useful for eating, or if they still use their beaks beneath the tentacles.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)02:31 No.18839098
    Can always do another evolution if you want. Though digestive fluids coming out of the new tentacles with flaming gasses seems like it might help. Also totally forgot they had beaks in there xD
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)02:32 No.18839113
    Oh hey, wiki page up... but there's still not much over there.
    I'll need to dredge the archives. Both archives.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)02:50 No.18839311
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    Oh no, I'd prefer keeping the beaks for actual eating.

    I want to make a slight retcon to one of my creations: Post-mating female sandcoral usmals. Making it for just before the mating season and for both sexes. Three times of the year, you get something very much like a mayfly outbreak.
    All those dots are usmal. All going out to breed then die off.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)03:23 No.18839603
    Archived the thread, but it was accidentally labeled 2 instead of 3. Slip of the finger.

    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)03:40 No.18839744
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    Strange things are in motion.
    All across the deserts, within the Suzumou communities, strange creatures are born from the worm-flesh. Outwardly, they look mostly like Suzumou, with minor alterations. But they speak with words bearing wisdom far greater than any of the Suzumou before.

    The claim to be the prophets of the worm, the gods speak through them. The worms see the world trough them.

    It doesn't take long for these worm seers to become the leaders of the Suzumou. The will of the worms is made manifest with their commands. Great hunts are organized, the juvenile worms protected and the worm eggs scattered to suitable areas.

    Truly, the gods of the desert are coming forth.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)03:45 No.18839787
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    The cultivator Sandoni that colinised the leaf sandoni and Titandoni have not physically changed much in time, though they''ve gained a greater ability to learn and poses a very rudemntry base of a spoken language, a series of clicks and chirps that can convey very simple information.
    Most interestingly they've learned to be picky in which Titandonis they colinise, picking only the very largest such that they are less likely to be usddenly killed by a predator. The Titandonis themselves also benfit from the extra care and aid in finding water the flying cultivators provide.
    lately the cultivator sandoni have begun introducing new strains of cho to the forrest on the Titandonis back. The most succesful colonies being those that manage to grow Spiked Cho, the extra defence this spine shooting plants provide against predators ensures their home will live longer.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)04:08 No.18839947
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    One of the larger flocks of TentaFlouz have taken to raiding the chodoni on Titandoni's backs. They float above and the smaller ones distract the worker chodoni. Meanwhile the largest of the Tentaflouz will unleash a hellstorm on the largest cho plants. Then the fastest of the TentaFlouz swoop in and grab what they can.

    However, these raids never totally devastate the Titandoni or their Chodoni populations. The Tentaflouz use them are large roaming farms grabbing food when other sources are scarce.
    >> C.A.S.E 04/24/12(Tue)04:18 No.18840005
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    due to predation by the carrier wespar, the albatross cho evolve out of the swarms' reach rather than attempt to defend physically. they develop additional wing structures and sinuous flexor tissue. this addition to their flight power allows them to reach incredible new heights sometimes exceeding 40km.

    to cope with the decreased oxygen levels and much of the available water being in frozen form, the albatross cho have adapted a strange behavior to coincide with a physiological addition: their formerly weaponized sap drains constantly from their seedheads, whose jaws clap rhythmically to cause bursts of heat significant enough to melt airborne ice crystals. the moisture is absorbed further down the body by the multitudinous root-vines along the plant's posterior edge.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)04:23 No.18840037
    I realize this doesn't have much sway; as I am a lurker primarily with no contributions, but damned dude. I have never been so amazed, disgusted, fascinated, and... EEggh, all at the same time. I love your creations bro; good on you.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)04:30 No.18840082
    With the winds on the upper atmosphere... these guys are easily going round the world.
    Good thing only few manage to actually round the world.

    ...my god these guys could start a worldwide bombing run! I mean, you can't simply block these guys out of the airspace... Man, the other continents better get ready for sudden SEED REHN. Incoming event for the Western Continent tribal dudes, I suppose. And any other tribals all over the world.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)04:33 No.18840094
    You're just writing up a big list of catastrophes for any and all places aren't you. Off the top of my head I could see...

    Frillas going into overdrive blocking out the sun on the main continent (the results of their thousand year convergence in the mountains)

    SEED REHN as you have dubbed it.


    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)04:36 No.18840114


    Btw IG, what do the Suzumou require to become tribal. Is it necessary for them to be tool using from get go?
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)04:59 No.18840252
    Tools, or organic tools. In essence, a way for technology (or biotechnology) to be used by them. Current Suzumous only need that to get to tribal stage.

    Well not all of it are intentional. Vyrii was just something to make the Lem nightmare come true (and a catalyst for advancement), Frilla scenario is not gonna happen (but opens up possibility of a new ecosystem that we don't have on Earth), Seed Rehn is accidental, and Shogun Glund marches... yeah, not yet seeing it.

    I'm just gonna point out that by the time the desert folks get tribal stage, the Ta'mirel had first contact with the K'Lahk, over at the Western Continent. I'm also guessing the first Albacho round-the-world trip will happen about the time we left the Western Continent to work on the desert, or some time after the Na'suul invented Juggalo Drug. Which means the Eastern Continent will get hit by the Seed Rehn first. This allright with everyone?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)05:01 No.18840262

    Expanding on this.

    I'd like to take the Suzumou to somewhat alien direction, with their symbiosis with the equally sentient sandworms. I think that adding intelligent, sentients who are not necessarily tool using would ad a great variety to the world.

    Take for example the houyi. They extremely intelligent, and definitely sapient, but they will never develop tools as their bodies and lifestyle don't support tool using. They are like dolphins, intelligent, maybe even equal to us, but unable to become a "civilization" if you know what I mean. They are a different type of intelligence. They are basically sapient predators, antagonists to the "proper" tool using tribes, but equal in intelligence.

    I am not completely canceling out tool using from the Suzumou, but they are far less inclined for it than the Nad'lun for example.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)05:06 No.18840290

    Ok, with me. The Nad'lun have had it far too easy. They are jet innocent to the true nature of this cruel planet.

    My thoughts on the Suzumou are in this post:
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)05:11 No.18840329
    Hmm, indeed, they could become something intelligent, like the Glud and the Vyrii. Both don't use tools.
    Let's just see which one survive in the long run; Would the Suzumou, Vyrii and Glud survive the march of technology?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)05:23 No.18840412

    Well, there is really nothing stopping the Suzumou from developing tools, it just that they don't really need them. They are provided by their "gods" and they are content at worshiping them and providing food for them. They can hunt creatures efficiently enough to not need tools for the task, as they have deadly poison stinger, sharp claws and mandibles for weaponry.
    >> C.A.S.E 04/24/12(Tue)05:28 No.18840453
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    i think i can securely dub the albatross cho in their final stage then, if tribes are on the horizon.

    man i love the idea of these massive, lone beings slowly circumnavigating the planet occasionally dropping seedpods, unable even to comprehend the destruction they may sow upon the land, until their incredibly long lives end and they become slowly orbiting detritus in the upper atmosphere.

    perhaps some day, far in the future, a dead god may fall from the sky and astound tribes of creatures we couldn't possibly fathom. that was the vision I had for these creatures oh so many threads ago. this world of war and death needed something old and lonely to keep beauty alive.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)05:35 No.18840489

    Truly, this is a world of both uncanny beauty and mind twisting horror. I for one, cant help but to see something strangely fascinating, and perhaps even serene in the sandworms. The idea of such a massive creature, moving through the sand, impervious to the world, is awe inspiring.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)06:05 No.18840654
    Shai'hulud! Shai'hulud!

    Eh, they're good for tribal life, then. But this does mean they can theoretically reverse-engineer tools, or able to use tools when taught, right?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)06:12 No.18840701

    As I stated, they have nothing really that would prevent them from making tools, unlike the Houyi for example. The snake things are smart, but they can't become tool using as they have no sufficient manipulators, nor the right mentality for it.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)06:15 No.18840720
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    Pusmal nest/Hive is a lot like the anthill. The Queen matriarch lives in the own chamber where it gives birth all day long. Pusmals also grow their own food like some ants do. they grow Cho in the lowest chamber where there is abundant amount of groundwater. This way the colony can sustain moderate amount of population without external foodsource.

    Now i will tell you the difference of the tribal and wild pusmals. You can imagine the wild pusmals just like ants. they have no self-consciousness and the queens job is to give birth and rule. The Tribal Pusmals will be different. They will live mostly above ground, have self-consciousness, are ruled by some individual(s) rather than by queen. The Queen is used as workshop for the purpose of producing tools and more Pusmals. The tribal queen doesn't give birth so often as it loses much energy in being used as factory.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)06:38 No.18840819
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    Sometimes, I wish I wouldn't be so shitty at writing stories...
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)06:40 No.18840829

    Sometimes, i wish i could draw like some of you guys.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)06:43 No.18840837

    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)06:45 No.18840851

    None of us are perfect.
    I had planned of writing a short story about a juvenile Suzumou being granted the honor of presenting the egg of the sandworm to the sun, but as I tried to do that, I just produced utter crap.
    Seems that I should just stick to drawing stuff.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)07:49 No.18841139
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    The sniper houzi develops a pair of antennae like appendages, that allow it to sense air currents better.
    This helps the creature's accuracy, as it can now factor in the winds on it's aiming.
    They are now also immune to the horrible taste and smell of the goo their javelins are covered with.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)08:44 No.18841395
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    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)08:56 No.18841461

    What scientific fields do your technologies base themselves in?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)09:06 No.18841525
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)09:36 No.18841703

    You don't have to draw well to contribute sometimes you just need to have an interesting idea and draw something which express it well enough.

    Which sorta brings me to my second point, I was the guy who originally gave the Cho plants rudimentary flight during the Sandstorm event (with a crappy drawing) and now thanks to C.A.S.E's awesomeness they are now globe travelling sky-whales

    That's how great this game is.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)09:41 No.18841732
    yeah man look what i did with the gorrirogs.
    speaking of which, that bro who was doing the sweet redraw never finished.
    I wanted to work more on it but IG says theyre ready for tribal... so I'm reluctant to do anything
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)09:49 No.18841792
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    The Suzumous have started summoning smaller sandworms to their aid while they hunt bigger prey. The sandworm is given a share of the kill, but the rest is taken to the great worm which houses the Suzumous.


    I could try, just link me to their latest update.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)09:53 No.18841819
    I was hoping to consolidate the armour plates so it looks less.. banded? more plate-y
    Unfortunately, the guy also obscured the tail. I kept the drawing like that so the editable parts remained visible.. even though my drawing sucks shit
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)09:54 No.18841831
    It got late. You guys seem to come on right after I go to sleep. It won't be done until tonight when I'm back to my desktop and mouse.
    Unless someone else picks up where the last update left off. I'll still finish it myself though.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)09:55 No.18841840
    oh. well dude it looked pretty sweet for sure. Wish I could be that meticulous.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:03 No.18841894
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    Less banded? You should have said before I started Ah well, I can edit it so the armor looks like the bands have fused into plates. As for the tail, I just haven't sketched it in yet.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:09 No.18841927
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    Never forget.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:11 No.18841943
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    Reconned specimen is reconned.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:45 No.18842206
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    Have this thing I scribbled up.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:46 No.18842211
    oh jesus. it.. it's beautiful.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:49 No.18842229
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    Am I the only one seeing the resemblance?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:51 No.18842236
    >Am I the only one seeing the resemblance?


    Yes. You really are. bug-like != K-Rider.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:54 No.18842263
    I noticed the pauldronitis has manifested
    really good job btw!
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)10:55 No.18842266

    Were these actually retconned?
    Or did we just start to ignore them?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:04 No.18842335
    As the guy who took over the Armadillo Burrog and evolved it into the original Gorrirogs, I can truly say that I am proud. Thank you for bringing my creature into the tribal stage, I couldn't have done it better myself.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:07 No.18842357

    You are welcome.
    As the person who made the original rolling burrog, I can say that I am pleased with the development you put them trough.
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)11:13 No.18842405
    1 evolution was retconned(and the 'ice age' given as it's reason)
    then it instantly became a troll pic and people started ignoring it.

    The creature technically still exists(or maybe the lava killed all of the bastards, what with having fur in the desert not being enough) and could become something great given time.

    But since they reached tribal stage so early in their development they are almost doomed to being the worlds 'kobolds'.

    The goal for hitting tribal is as late as possible without actually hitting 'evolution period end' I believe. It maximizes physical and mental complexity and ability to cope with any environment.
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)11:14 No.18842419
    also this is the most badass thing in the world.
    I hope they are not too unfriendly frowgs could use an electro buddy.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:32 No.18842550
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    Hey, where did everyone go?
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)11:35 No.18842576
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    sweet mother of mercy
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:43 No.18842653
    I was riding the bus.

    I thought only the hair was retconned. Falc said it better.

    You just blew my pic out of the water. Looks amazing.
    I'm still going to finish mine regardless.

    I need a tablet. Plain and simple.
    >> Alpha Gorrirog 04/24/12(Tue)11:46 No.18842673
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    I'm just re-vamping the pic, but thank you, good to know I did a nice job first time around.

    It is a good day.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:48 No.18842692
    Hey, I have an idea for an evolution of the sand worm/sumozu combine. But I need to know something; Does the Sand worm still have teeth?

    I was thinking that, maybe, when a sand worm reaches godhood, his teeth start to get loose, allowing the sumozu to use them as weapons and tools and maybe simbols of status. this would imply that some of the sand worm´s teeth evolve to be blade-like, while othe theet are more blunt-like, like hammers.

    That way, the "tools" are provided by the gods.

    If you want to take it to the next level, the sumozu may evolve to, in a way, "fuse" with this fangs.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:52 No.18842723
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    Did you know that by becoming a willing sacrifice to the wormgods, you too can be reborn in the divine form of the great Hazuvaat! By joining in flesh with the blessed worm, you guarantee the salvation of your soul!
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:54 No.18842742
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    Yes they have teeth, and yes, I will be taking that excellent idea.
    Thank you, kind sir!
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)11:57 No.18842765
    OH god I'm imagining an army of creepy religious door to door salesmen.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:01 No.18842792

    Guess how I am going to play these things in the tribal game.
    Maybe not the doors, but the creepy religion stuff most definitely. After all, from their point of view, they ARE worshiping living gods.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:01 No.18842794
    Why thanks! I´ll do it myself, but I lack a tablet.

    Awesome! I participated! the worm world will have mercy on me!
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)12:02 No.18842795
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    go take a long walk on Kunaba
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:11 No.18842883
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    TentaFlouz gas sacs have evolved to create a move controllable gas. They still can create the hyper volatile gasses but now they have a version that is inert until sparked by something. These gasses will still explode violently when the TentaFlouz are shot down by any brave Houzi.

    As a defense against the supersonic Wespar attacks flocks of TentaFlouz have begun creating zones of explosive gasses. When they creating these domes the TentaFlouz stop using their combustion locomotion and instead expel their inert gasses to push themselves around. In doing so they create large zones of inert but explosive gas.

    When the supersonic Wespar fly into these gasses their speed ignites the area locally and the Wespar "missles" die in the process, becoming nothing more than charred corpes.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:17 No.18842927

    Tablet is not required for great artwork. You can make good quality works with paint but the true challenge is the skill. You must have some knowledge in drawing to make them look good. I'm just saying that tablet alone will not make the art good. it's the skill.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:17 No.18842928
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    What all do we have for religions in our little setting here?
    So far I remember the Soul Wind for the Nad'lun, the union of Kraless and Nemir for the Burrahn, and now the ancient worms. Would that one dark/nightmare being count? And what all is there that I forgot?
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:19 No.18842943

    Onolkeshan religion of Knowledge.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:19 No.18842946
    I thought they hit the tribal cut-off.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:22 No.18842976
    I figured some more tangible behaviors and minor things wouldn't be amiss. Though IG/NG can retcon as needed.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)12:23 No.18842979
    Probably the other Tentaflouz that didn't get the tribal treatment, eh.
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)12:24 No.18842994
    Lastér (frowgs) - The spirit of the mountain, Kunaba
    Ta'Mirel - Great war prophecy (not really a religion...)
    Nad'Lun - Soul wind
    Jenter (western melova) - The sun...forgot their name for it.
    Burrahn(eastern Melova) - the union of Kraless and Nemir (sun and giant ass frilla)
    Onolkeshan (dark skinned...membraned? Lem) - Knowledge

    ...these bug/worm things that I sadly don't know the name of... too
    >> Durandal 04/24/12(Tue)12:25 No.18843000
    Would anyone be angry if I attempted to write a piece of comical fiction involving humanity attempting to colonize this planet? In intend them to fail and be wiped out well before a single cycle.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:25 No.18843004
    I hear you. But my skill, not that good either, and I´m studing while I lurk, so.
    >> Falc 04/24/12(Tue)12:26 No.18843010
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    and we are saging
    >> Durandal 04/24/12(Tue)12:27 No.18843019
    Murdered dead by Houzi, and SEED REHN!
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:28 No.18843028
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:29 No.18843046

    Suzumou, currently at least.
    I am not sure if I will call the tribe itself that.
    non gent gave that name to the species themselves, when I couldn't come up with one myself.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 04/24/12(Tue)12:30 No.18843048
    Allright, take a rest, you guys. I'll return either tomorrow or the day after, with Central tribal stage game.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:30 No.18843050
    If so, that would have to be further back than what's being edited. They become intelligent after the hands.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:33 No.18843075
    Even modern humans needed some tens of thousands of years of behavioural evolution before they started doing modern human stuff like cave paintings, it's not impossible to have a small change occur in the formula of the gas. Though the ability to actually switch between gases is a big step.
    >> Anonymous 04/24/12(Tue)12:35 No.18843090
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    Posting the final update to the Suzumou before we hit tribal.

    The ancient godworms no longer need the abundance of teeth in their beaks.
    The smallest of them begin to fall off, and under the guidance of the wormseers, the suzumou begin to collect these teeth. They are made mainly into tools, such as knives for now though.

    All the dots and shit you see on the beak, those are teeth. I also draw the different teeth variants, and their size comparison to each other and the suzumou.
    Suzumou are about the size of a ten year olds.
    >> Thread end/ New thread nongent 04/24/12(Tue)13:32 No.18843571
    thread is terminated, please someone archive this beast.'


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