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    522 KB Fortune: Evolution Game - Part 2, the Age of Ice FortuneHost 04/30/12(Mon)23:51 No.18929052  
    Part 1: the Dawn of Life
    > http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/18909443/

    After eons of being a barren rock, the young world of Fortune began to bear life in its raging seas. From these smaller organisms, grander, better species were wrought. Life flourished in the seas, in the air, and upon the land.
    Much of Fortune is either ocean or swampy mudlands, with the odd tundra to the north.

    But now, life will face a great trial, for a whim of fate, Fortune has turned. Slowly, freezing temperatures begin to blanket the world, and the icy touch of winter falls unending for many a year. What was once a steaming tropical world is quickly turning into an icebox. How will life survive? *Will* it survive? That is up to you.

    > Guidelines
    - One change on one creature per posting. Try to limit these changes to the small. I would like this to be gradual.
    - Color change is free, as long as you can explain it sensibly.
    - No "alien intervention" or "meteors from space" or "cosmic radiation". These changes will occur due to environmental pressures only.
    - No joke/fetish races/changes. (eg. no dick shaped creatures, no "reproduces-by-rape", and no creature-with-a-spine-so-flexible-it-can-kiss-its-own-ass)
    - when you create a creature, make sure you "quote" the post containing the creature you are changing/adapting
    - make sure to specify whether your creature is a branch-off of the main species or an evolution of it

    Available species to follow...
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)00:02 No.18929186
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    There are a number of species currently available for evolution. Again, no one claims a species, any anon can take them and change 'em, as long as said changes don't bust the guidelines and are explained in a way that sounds at least *slightly* plausible, I won't out and out reject it.

    > Gulper
    Diet: Carnivorous
    Habitat: Amphibious (swamps and riverbanks)

    The Gulper is a gluttonous eating machine. It's not too bright, but it more than makes up for with its brawn, including a massive mouth that can consume creatures even as big as the Gulper is, as well as powerful legs to hold the creature's bulk up. A muscled tail propels it through the water.
    The Gulper is basically Fortune's equivalent of a crocodile.
    (I was originally going to do a new illustration for ALL of the current critters, but this one took me almost an *hour*, and there were people wanting to play this game tonight)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)00:07 No.18929254
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    The Fast Flippers continue to develop their bodies for speed, their tail shifting lower now that they travel floating on the surface to allow greater speed (waterline would typically be just above the eye)
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)00:08 No.18929266
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    Like I did with the Gulper make sure you state the creature's name (most of the time, the critter's name doesn't change), diet, and habitat. It was quite a headache trying to figure it all out, so make my job a little easier and set it all up right there for me, would 'ya?

    > Bladed Flipper
    > Omnivore
    > Amphibious (coastal shallow, tidepools, and beaches)

    A speedy oppurtunist that relishes its habitat's warm temperatures. Bladed Flippers dig holes in the sand, where they bring any kills to, that they may eat in privacy and safety.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)00:08 No.18929268
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    legs retracting, backspikes forming
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)00:11 No.18929304
    main evolution from above gulper

    ((I will do more with my graphics tab when I get home))
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)00:11 No.18929311
    oh I should probably add this
    Diet:omnivore+photosynthesis (which on its own provides about 50-60% of their energy)
    habbitat: Ocean surface
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)00:13 No.18929341
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    > itbegins.jpg

    > Raveshark
    > Carnivore (sometimes Scavenger)
    > Aquatic (Deep Sea/Sea Floor)

    So called because of the psychedelic ligth show that the males display on their fins during the mating season. The drawback is, of course, that prey can spot them a mile away during this time, and the lights don't abate until a male copulates. If a male doesn't find a mate in time, it may starve, the victim of its own display.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)00:15 No.18929369
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    dear fuck..the gulper not only survived, but has thrived. GLORY. second set of overlapping jaws. EAT MOAR.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)00:16 No.18929387
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)00:18 No.18929408
    divergent evolution or combine with existing one to form one homogenous.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)00:19 No.18929421
    His is clearly a separate branch. This is not a bad thing. We'll see which is better able to survive.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)00:21 No.18929451
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    > Neo Serpent
    > Diet: Omnivore (prefers Meat)
    > Amphibious (Jungles & Rainforests)

    A stealthy, panther-like predator. The Neo Serpent hides in the shadows until a hapless prey species comes along. In the blink of an eye, claws fire out, and just as quickly as it appeared, it vanishes, to take its prize somewhere safe.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)00:23 No.18929481
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    added more eyes (undeveloped)
    decided to retract legs more
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)00:29 No.18929564
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    > Blimpie
    > Photosynthesis (occasional supplement with plankton)
    > Aerial (floats over open ocean)

    As its name suggest, the Blimpie floats through the air like a gaudy balloon. The orange spots on their bodies are used to absorb the warm tropical sunshine of the equator, and through photosynthesis, provide food for the animal. By processing this as well as plankton (obtained via filter feeding with the trunk) the Blimpie's body produces numerous lighter-than-air gasses that keep the creature afloat.
    Blimpies never touch the ground throughout their entire lives. They float above the warm waters of the open ocean, and are especially common around the equator. They are dull-witted, but gentle beasts, and currently possess no natural enemies.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)00:30 No.18929577
    inb4 fast flipper eats blimpies
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)00:31 No.18929581
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    Haven't participated in one of these threads before, and I'm not that good with MS Paint, but I'll try my best.

    > Raveshark
    > Carnivore (sometimes Scavenger)
    > Aquatic (Deep Sea/Sea Floor)

    Since the Raveshark is easily spotted while its fins are lit, evolution has caused its caudal fin to grow larger, allowing for faster speeds in less time. This is better for catching prey.

    >Evolution of the main line.
    >> Available Species: Mud Pigs FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)00:37 No.18929646
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    > Mud Pigs
    > Herbivore (roots 'n tubers)
    > Land (mud pits, sometimes swamps)

    Mud Pigs are moderately sized creatures with a gel-like consitency. Their organs can be clearly seen from the outside, and if a passerby was curious enough (and didn't mind likely getting splashed by playing Mud Pigs) they could observe the Mud Pig's digestive process, which filters out stones and other things the Mud Pigs tend to consume on the way to the yummy roots and shoots they do enjoy.
    Mud Pigs tend to congregate in groups of 30-60 around muddy pits, or, if not available, swamps.
    Though their lineage has so far been highly adaptable, the fast-approaching glacial period could push them to the very edge of extinction... possibly over.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)00:44 No.18929709
    Short fur forming, eyes developing, middle legs completely gone
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)00:46 No.18929722
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    The Fast Flippers evolve a third eye on the top of the head, allowing them a better view of the world above the see. Some start trying to prey on blimpies, though since their arms are little more than mobile spikes its rarely sucessful.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)00:46 No.18929724
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    dire gulper emerges! long powerful tail combined with legs allows for a strange serpentine motion not unlike a millipede.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)00:47 No.18929747
    You missed uploading the picture, mate.
    >> Available Species: Tiger Boa FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)00:49 No.18929775
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    Though a subtle change, the extra speed their new fins give the Ravesharks allows a few to catch prey even during the mating season. Fewer males starve to death and the species numbers bolster.
    The Ravesharks are fast approaching overpopulation on the sea floor, but for now, there is enough food to go around and their numbers experience a gradual climb.

    > Tiger Boa
    > Omnivore (prefers vegetation)
    > Land (Jungle & Rainforests)

    Massive serpentine creatures, the Tiger Boas can usually be found basking in the warm tropical sun. This is because they are ectothermic (cold-blooded, in layman's terms) and their energy levels are dependent upon the temperature around them.
    Long tendrils near their mouths aid in grabbing prey (with their tails attached to tree branches) or in picking the fruit off of their preferred meal, the plant known as "water berries". Tiger Boas usually travel in family groups of anywhere from 5-25 individuals. Each family member claims a branch of a tree (and larger groups are often draped across several trees) as its personal resting spot, where they take prey or nap in the sun, soaking up its rays.

    Other than the occasional Gulper attack, the Tiger Boas are rarely threatened by predators. The coming frost may strike a blow no Gulper ever could though, and unless fortune somehow smiles upon them, the ice age may kill them off entirely.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)01:01 No.18929910
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    gained some extra eyes, for increased field of vision, and confusion of enemies as well as redundancy. (loss)
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 05/01/12(Tue)01:07 No.18929993
    That really reminds me of BLORP.
    >> Available Species: Sand Squid & Stone Squid FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)01:08 No.18930002
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    The Dire Gulpers soon start leaving their ancestor's riverbound lifestyles and stalk the jungles. They eventually learn to climb trees, by using their stubby legs and powerful tails in concert. Tiger Boas, for once, actually have to worry about predators. Many family groups are devoured before the species learns to appoint a "sentry".
    It seems the threat of predation has caused the merest hint of a spark of animal intelligence in the Tiger Boas, though, like most species currently on Fortune, this is about as equivalent to, say... a goldfish at best. It's still pretty early in development, even for basic animal cunning.

    > Sand Squid/Stone Squid
    > Carnivore/Herbivore
    > Aquatic (anywhere from the sea bed all the way up to coastal beaches)/ Aquatic (shallow seas and coastal waters)

    A fast and, for its relative primitiveness, wily critter, the Sand Squid is a common sight in the waters of Fortune. Possessed of a hard shell to protect against larger predators (while it may deter a Fast Flipper, a determined adult Raveshark will sometimes crack through and enjoy a crunch Sand Squid snack), the Sand Squid generally preys upon its herbivorous cousin, known as the Stone Squid. The two are practically identical, save for their teeth, which are both adapted to their respective diets. The only other difference is that the herbivorous Stone Squid tends towards shallower areas, where the kelp known as "short-weed" tends to grow. This plant provides the bulk of the Stone Squid's diet.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)01:10 No.18930030
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    Sounds like my improvement was a double-edged sword. Not sure how I might keep them from over-populating. In the meantime, I think I'll provide an evolution for the Tiger Boa. Hope I do this right again. *fingers crossed*

    > Tiger Boa
    > Omnivore (prefers vegetation)
    > Land (Jungle & Rainforests)

    The Tiger Boa has evolved skin which allows them to retain heat for longer periods of time, allowing them to stay active further into the night.
    >> Available Species: Pink Leech FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)01:26 No.18930192
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    Thanks for following the guidelines. I won't throw a fit if folks don't follow them, but it makes the whole thread a least a gajillion times easier to follow. I can see who came from what and in what order, as well as what eats what.
    Hell, I'm still going through the original thread, trying to find where everything ended up.

    > Pink Leech
    > Carnivorous (bloodsucking parasite)
    > Aquatic (anywhere there are hosts to be found, though common in mid-to-surface depths.

    Pink Leeches haven't changed for millions of years. Their small, strange form has been so successful they haven't needed to. A tough outer shell to brave any attempts to pry the little monsters off (and good luck with that, they're holding on with 7 toothy mouths) and simple eyes on stalks to scope out new hosts. The Pink Leech also has two rear-pointing tentacles with sensitive cilia. These supplement its primitive sight with information about small changes water pressure and density, which are caused by movement in the water. A Pink Leech couldn't tell what colour something was, but it can tell how big it is, how far away, and what direction its moving.
    Pink Leeches are common place in Fortune's ocean. Two-to-three usually latch on a single animal, but they creatures are so small and miniscule that they rarely take enough blood/fluids to be a health hazard to their hosts. Pink Leeches are akin to the ticks and mosquitoes of the seas.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)01:41 No.18930349
    No problem. Are we allowed to evolve each creature in between your posts, or only one post between your posts?

    I.e.: Your post -> My post -> Your post
    Your post -> My posts for A, B, and C -> Your post
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)01:42 No.18930356
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    The Mud pigs gained means of defense by shoot out waste at their enemies.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)01:46 No.18930400
    First post /fingers crossed

    Tiger Boa

    plants dont want to be eaten! Adapting to the toins found in plants tiger boas begin manifesting the ability to store said toxins in body and mouth. Now slightly toxic to eat and has slightly toxic bite.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)01:47 No.18930404
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    dire gulper grows venomous fangs to poison as well as get a better grasp of creatures that would try to escape its maw.
    >> baby 05/01/12(Tue)01:53 No.18930456
    dont mind me just waiting for op to post my beloved wiggles, hurry up man
    >> Available Species: Cliffclimber Crab FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)02:10 No.18930605
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    As many as you want, between each of my posts. I'm may be watching this thread more closely than I did the previous, but I'm still, for the most part, rather hands-off. It's you guys who'll direct the fortunes* of these creatures.

    * see what I did there?

    > Cliffclimber Crab
    > Herbivore
    > Land (Alpine & Tundra)

    Cliffclimber Crabs are probably the only species actually *ready* for the big freeze. They already live in colder climates (the slopes of cliffs) and hop amongst the rocks, like some bizzare crustacean billy-goat.
    They mainly eat the banana-leaf plant. While the creature has no natural predators in its habitat, they tend to die off in droves every few years or so, as the banana-leaf plant grows very slowly and does not replace its number fast enough for the crabs to thrive.
    Because of these die-offs, Cliffclimber Crab population levels have remained incredibly consistent for thousands of years.
    Cliffclimber Crabs have strong jaws that they use to tear up the roots and tuber of the banana-leaf, as well as a shovel-like appendage that they use to dig up the aforementioned plants.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)02:11 No.18930622
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    As an additional measure of defense, skin on mud pigs' backs toughens, changes its color and starts losing its transparency. It doesn't really save from sharper teeth, though.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)02:15 No.18930655
    Good gravy... this creature is turning downright horrifying rather quickly.

    The new-and-improved Dire Gulper has adopted a new hunting strategy, courtesy of its wicked arsenal of fangs. The Dire Gulper will bite an intended victim and then wait for days as the slow-acting painful poison takes its course. The Gulper sits there, silent, watching, while some helpless beast writhes as fire flows through its veins. After a long, painful death, the Dire Gulper begins to feed on the corpse. Dire Gulpers eat large chunks at a time, the longer spent at a carcass, the more likely other Dire Gulpers will be attracted to the kill, and attempt to steal the other's hard-won prize.
    Battle almost *always* result in these situations, and fatalities are not unheard of.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)02:16 No.18930662
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    there we go

    I am home with my tablet now, so yay
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)02:16 No.18930666
    >Cliffclimber Crabs are probably the only species actually *ready* for the big freeze
    Aren't squid supposed to be warm-blooded? Wugglers were.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)02:17 No.18930674
    Looks good. Say, if you're the talented Anon who originally made the "porkies" would you mind making illustrations in the future?

    Love your style, by the way. It reminds me of Shwig's designs.
    >> baby 05/01/12(Tue)02:17 No.18930676
    ok u know what i can wait ur doing a dam good job on summing up these creatures, as well as some great drawings
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)02:19 No.18930690
    Not me, sorry. The one who added the tail might be.
    I can't even really draw (I'm the one responsible for bloated black fuckers)
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)02:23 No.18930725
    almost all my art comes from mouse and MS paint, though if you need me to redraw something post a sample and tell me what you want done. Im also the one responsible for much of the nightmare fuel from Aether's moon game. YuMel anyone?
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)02:25 No.18930752
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    Actually, I really liked those guys too. They just float... ever so chill. They kind of have a Zen-thing going on, at least in my mind.

    D'aaw thanks. I appreciate the compliments and ego-boost (not that I need any encouraging).

    Also, here, thought I'd bump with a picture I made. It was originally going to be the thread starter, but I figured the Ravesharks disco party was more fun and would attract attention better.
    Obviously this scene is from *very* early in the first thread, so the Pinkies and Wiggles we started with are still recognizable beneath their adaptations.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)02:32 No.18930799
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    The Wretch Gulper has emerged!
    The Wretched Gulper sports a new jungle camo green, and multiple compound eyes, making it able to hunt in the dark. the tail reseeds into the body more and more.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)02:40 No.18930850
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    The Fast Flippers grow even larger side swimming arms. When hunting they prowl through water berry patches, eating what berries they can and when they spot another animal they charge it at full speed, aim to impale it on its lance like spike arms. Before pulling it apart and shovelling pieces into its small mouth.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)02:43 No.18930866
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    I think we have found this world's nightmare fuel... mfw
    (in other words, good job, I love the design to pieces)
    Now, on to effects of the adaptation. *ahem*

    The Wretch Gulper is the latest in a thousands-year old line of monstrous, gluttonous super-predators. What the Wretch has above its ancestors is a low cunning. As the Tiger Boa began to become more active at night (see >>18930030) the Wretch followed its prey into the dark.
    Fortune nights were once quiet, but now the roars of the Wretch and the hiss of defending boas pierces the silence, as the moon and stars bear witness to Fortune's first nocturnal organisms. These two creatures begin an evolutionary arms race dubbed "the Night War".
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)02:44 No.18930879
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    the dire gulper has grown thick tufts of fur to help it survive outside tropical regions, as well as to protect it in combat against other gulpers. may the gulpiest win.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)02:51 No.18930911
    Thank you for clearing that up for me. And yes, I saw what you did there. I guess my next attempt will be with the blimpies... Unfortunately, after due consideration, I would like to request that someone else please draw my idea for me. I don't have a tablet, so what I'd like to do would be too complicated for a touch pad and MS Paint. Please, guys?
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)02:51 No.18930912
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    The loss of tail has caused the Wretched Gulper to take a pseudo-bipedal stance, it has grown sharp claws and high cognitive skills in problem solving.

    glad you like it ;)
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)02:55 No.18930933
    The Dire Gulper, growing weary of competition from its Wretch Gulper cousins, uses its newfound adaptation to steer its way north. As the impromptu one-by-one migration travels, a mutation causing hair occurs. Those who inherit this trait do much better than their non-hairy brethren. Dire Gulpers now inhabit temperate forests.

    Too soon for cognitive skills yet. We're still in... somewhere between the Devonian and the Permian era, to use Earth history as comparison.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)02:55 No.18930937
    Oh god, it's even worse now
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)02:57 No.18930945
    If you'd like I can do it. I don't have a tablet, but I've seem to be in the good graces of the art gods tonight, as Paint.NET seems to be lending itself well to me.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)02:57 No.18930950
    >using earth eras as a scale
    >implying cognitive skills are a concrete thing and time oriented
    Man, you need to study your paleontology a bit more.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)02:58 No.18930954
    okay, cool beans, I just want him to be a smart hunter, like wolves.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)02:58 No.18930960
    Tiger Boa
    Omnivore- eats mainly fauna and supliments with toxic plant life to keep body toxins high.
    With improved skin and insulation from brown adipose deposits the Tiger Boas Have become homeotherms. Able to maintain constant body temps in a cold environment. Being more venomous over time, groups of tiger boas can turn the tables and hunt Dire Gulpers in late night early morning when they are still sluggish from the cold.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)03:01 No.18930974
    Thanks so much, FH. I would greatly appreciate. If my other evolutions are simpler, I'll do them myself so as to keep you from being swamped.

    > Blimpie
    > Photosynthesis (occasional supplement with plankton)
    > Aerial (floats over open ocean)

    The blimpie, facing predation for the first in millenia, begin to evolve coloring that matches the sky above them.

    Image idea: Basically they have sky-camouflage.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:03 No.18930987
    The one who made the tail wasn't him ethier. I originally made the blues last thread.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)03:06 No.18930998
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    the dire gulper grows more muscular, hairy, and large...very large indeed. It digs holes and waits for passers by, then lunges out, and will persue if need be. otherwise, eating shit all day mang. good to be an elephant sized carnivore with the hunting skills of the wolf spider.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)03:08 No.18931011
    Oh hush, you. I'm aware of that. Cognition, if it develops, takes a long time (or so I'm told, no formal training in this kind of thing, just armchair scholar/bookworm). Also: it's imagination, ain't gotta explain shit.

    I'll keep that in mind. He'll get there, if the conditions are right.

    Those sneaky bastards! I love it. (Also, props for using words I actually had to look up, usually I'm the one doing that to *other* people, so thanks, I learned two new words thanks to you).

    Anyway, the Tiger Boa begin to eat Dire Gulpers, prompting ever more of the beasts to migrate from their ancestral jungle abodes. Eventually, the Dire Gulpers are no longer found in the green hell of Fortunes tropics, keeping mainly to the temperate zones to the north.
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)03:11 No.18931035
    Hey FortuneBro, I bumped your thread yesterday but was unable to stick around and help out, however I did see that you posted some fauna later on. Do you have anything against someone picking up one of those to put on an evolutionary track? And if not, would you be so kind as to repost them.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:11 No.18931036
    This world is getting pretty cool, but it seems like people are focussing on gulpers too much. Can we get full evolution trees now to remind us of our options?
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)03:12 No.18931050


    Meant to say flora, fuck sorry about that.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)03:14 No.18931068
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    The spikes on the back have flattened into, hard, light jagged plates of bone. The claws have lengthened as well as bipedal running power, allowing for longer sprints. Its call is a low hum, much like a large toad.

    only two guys, each with their respective species ;)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:15 No.18931074
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    Those of blade flippers who spend more time outside of water or on the edge with it, find their tails reducing. The body mass freed that way is distributed into the rest of the body.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)03:18 No.18931101
    All I did was change the coloring, but would this be an adequate picture for your evolution?
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)03:19 No.18931107
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    Whoops, forgot the pic.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:21 No.18931122
    Hey OP, what happened to the blues and plant-impersonating wigglers? Did they manage to die out somehow?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:24 No.18931137
    Forgot to mention: it's a branch of blade flippers, not a replacement.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)03:32 No.18931205
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    Dire Gulper can now simply be called "the spineback". Facing competition from ever northern migrating creatures. The entire creature is coated in a light grease that is moderately poisonous. Its call is an ultra low frequency bellow that is more heard then felt. Like a living sub-woofer...perhaps that is what it does? it sub woofs. indeed.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)03:34 No.18931224
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    Here be 'ye blue Blimpie, matey.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:36 No.18931237

    Mud pigs develop stronger and longer muscles around their mouths, allowing them to seek out deeper roots & tubers.
    >> OP 'dun Goofed FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)03:38 No.18931252
    OH SNAP! I completely dropped the ball on those two. Gimme a moment. I'll post 'em.

    That's more than fine by me.

    > proceed.jpg
    Crazily enough, so far these are all descendants of the Flipper critter.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:39 No.18931260
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    Lacking any means of light perception, mud hogs have to find other way to be aware of the environment. Their olfactory organs enlarge and become more precise.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:39 No.18931263
    Post the other lineages so people remember them.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:40 No.18931265
    Who thought it was a good idea to put their mouths in the traditional location for vaginas?
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)03:43 No.18931287
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    Please respond.

    I went and found the old flora, have a neat idea for the Curly-Q if allowable.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:45 No.18931304
    This is a really good question. Somebody in the previous thread with this description:

    >Also included a diagram of their 'mouths'. Porous holes have grown into 2 slits with powerful muscles either side; the porkie waves its posterior over a mud scrub and flexes its 'lips' to grab and chew the plant.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:45 No.18931305
    The Mud porks have gained a better movement through more stable limbs.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)03:50 No.18931338
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    I should probably show the picture, shouldn't I?
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)03:57 No.18931386
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    O.o Nightmares...so many nightmares...
    Wow, that's nice, FH. I love the little cloud bits. :3
    Another Raveshark evolution, but I'd like to call it a branching evolution. Maybe call it the "after-raveshark"? I don't know.

    > Raveshark
    > Carnivore (sometimes Scavenger)
    > Aquatic (Deep Sea/Sea Floor)

    Because of high numbers in the deeper areas of the oceans, some ravesharks began to move higher and higher up so they wouldn't have to deal with the competition. This eventually resulted in a new subspecies, with lighter coloration that has more green and blue mixed. Also, the dorsal fins have shrunk slightly, since the need for bright displays is not as necessary, although the yellow patches has inexplicably lengthened.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)03:58 No.18931387
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    Will do... as soon as I get the plant-pretenders and the blues posted.

    Hey, knock yourself out, man. I'm glad *someone* remembered the plants. In addition, the other plants, (bluegrass, banana-leaf, and red-lichen) are open to evolve too.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)04:04 No.18931430
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    Blade flipper deviants lose tails almost completely. Their armor plating rearranges in process, covering their backs and heads, also allowing them for better camouflaging on the sand.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)04:07 No.18931446
    After-party sharks?
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)04:09 No.18931454
    Hmm, I'd like to keep "rave" in the name since it is still very close in physiology. If we can't think of something better, though, that's a good one.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)04:10 No.18931468
    Midnight Ravesharks.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)04:13 No.18931481
    Fuckin' approved!
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)04:14 No.18931490
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    Thank you kindly.

    Prepare for poor ass MS Paint skills.


    In response to the steady temperature the CurlyQ begins to form a hard bark like trunk akin to a pine tree as opposed to its previous flower stalk. Along with this the large trees roots have, without losing much overall length bend in a way that the base of the tree is much closer to the ground, while the upper roots protect it and the lower roots search for nutrients and the like.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)04:29 No.18931622
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    the spineback's tongue has evolved to be highly elastic, and can easily extend twice the length of its body in quick rubber band like motions. At the same time its mouth has produced a highly adhesive mucus...also poisonous...the entire creature is poisonous still..fucking horrible thing.
    so it hides in holes, is fuckhuge, and can catch things with its toxic tongue. yep. mission accomplished. enjoy planet, enjoy. I am done with this beast for tonight, if someone else wants to run with it, go ahead. otherwise it is likely to fade into the background or get eaten by smarter more mobile predators that can get its spiky ass out of its hidey hole.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)04:31 No.18931645
    The only evolution it really needs to have a permanent niche at this point is for the spikes to point the other way, so they'd actually apply to things trying to get it out of its hole. Also maybe some camo colors and a dirt hat for further camo. I ain't drawing that now though, it's bed time.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)04:33 No.18931658
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    Searching for more bananaleaf, some of the Cliffclimber crabs' appendages develop into better climbing implements. Males start using back appendages in mating fights to try and either turn your opponent over or toss him off the cliff.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)04:40 No.18931719
    Well, I've got to go to bed, guys. Glad I could contribute, hopefully I'll participate in further threads. Good night.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)04:48 No.18931784
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    a venomous retractable spike added to tongue after competition from other normal and dire gulpers,
    armor has grown,
    eyes are more sensitive,
    stronger legs, yet again, (recorded to be fasted land animal)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)04:59 No.18931888
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    With the intense predatory pressure from the Cliffclimbers, a new strain of Banana Leaf has formed a symbiosis with a nodule-forming fungus. The fungus helps the Banana Leaf take in nutrients more quickly, while using its roots as a structure to grow on. The fungus sends up fruiting bodies periodically which are yellow in color.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)06:43 No.18932503
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    Growing pressure from the predatory gulpers forces the transformation of Mud Pigs' skin into a thick mud-colored carapace.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)07:50 No.18932813
    Have gotten rid of dire gulpers, tiger boas become a true terror of the jungle.
    Their facial tendrils become longer and suction pads move onto the side. This improvement allows boas to grab objects and subjects better, makes climbing the trees easier. This in turn changes their hunting tactics, their packs become larger.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)07:51 No.18932821
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    Fuck. Forgot my picture.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)07:57 No.18932839
    mfw Wretch Gulper Jungle master race.
    >> Available Species: Pretender Crab FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)08:16 No.18932910
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    mfw you have no face...

    > Pretender Crab
    > Carnivorous
    > Aquatic (warm tropical/coastal shallows)

    The Pretender Crab gets its name from its disguise as one of two plants. The females are disguised as the carnivorous Vampire Lily, so that passing creatures will leave them alone while they nest.
    The males are disguised as the delicious water berries, attracting aquatic herbivores towards its waiting claws. Similar to Earth penguins, one of a mated pair will fetch the food while the other tends the nest, although, unlike penguins, it is the males who do the hunting, due to being specifically evolved for this role.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)08:22 No.18932950
    you got any ideas on how to make my wretch stronger?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)08:23 No.18932959
    A new, more predatory offshoot of fast flippers appears. Their frontal appendages change:
    One pair becomes larger and now somewhat resembles tusks. They are still used as lances to impale other animals, foes or food.
    The other pair becomes smaller and moves closer to the mouths. These are used to rip apart pieces of impaled animals and put these pieces into the mouth.

    They probably should get a new name. Shrike flippers?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)08:24 No.18932963
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    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)08:24 No.18932966
    call them "mincers"
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)08:26 No.18932977
    It's pretty ridiculous already
    >> Available Species: Bluefly FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)08:48 No.18933083
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    > Bluefly
    > Omnivore (Scavenger, either carcasses or rotting fruit)
    > Land (cool temperate to tropical regions)

    Blueflies are fist-sized creatures that serve as nature's cleanup crew. Serving a similar role to Earth dung beetles and maggots, Blueflies eat rotten or decaying matter and lay their eggs in carcasses or animal dung.

    They can be seen buzzing around almost anywhere save the coldest regions, breaking down and digesting the refuse and leftovers of larger critters.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)08:50 No.18933104
    Strike Flippers or Strikers. Lancers also works, given those narwhal-esque spear-faces of theirs.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)08:57 No.18933146
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    Around pigs' mouths grow hard beak-like shells used for digging. In a pinch they could also be used for biting but it's kinda hard to bite with your ass.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)09:03 No.18933182
    Through meticulous use of communication in hunting, Wretch Gulpers gain an advanced reverberation chamber, which allows for a much large voice spectrum when hunting.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)09:49 No.18933481
    Lol buttmunch
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)10:34 No.18933815
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    Hehehe, now I want to call them "Kissass", for in Soviet... Fortune... ass kisses *you*!

    As previously promised, here are the evolutionary trees, obviously, as of this thread they're out of date, but they may still be interesting or helpful to you, plus you asked for 'em and hey, "give the people what they want" and all that.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)10:36 No.18933834
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    Due to the autistic bahavior of fortunes very gods the Wretched Gulper develope less sketchy legs. The drawback is that it made in paint wich causes the hairs on the new leg to be really crappy.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)10:40 No.18933873
    wow, if we give the longcat-tigerflopper wings it will become the ultimate animal, statswise
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)10:44 No.18933915
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    > longcat tiger flopper
    Somebody remembered the silly little scientific names I gave them.

    Here is the Wiggles lineage.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)10:47 No.18933947
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    Mud Shrub develops a new way to deliver seeds: by wind.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)11:04 No.18934112
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    And last, but not least (although receiving the least amount of love/attention) the Pinkie lineage.
    >> Gulper Evolutionary Tree FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)12:07 No.18934706
    Bumping with a treat for y'all. The Gulper evolutionary tree, also known as the "run for your lives" genus.
    >> Gulper Evolutionary Tree FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)12:10 No.18934751
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    Here, for real, this time.
    >> baby 05/01/12(Tue)12:53 No.18935166
    receiving the least amount of love/attention

    LIES u haven't even mentioned my beloved wiggles....
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)12:56 No.18935200
    The plants need a lot more love. Bananaleafs could do with getting some poison in that fungus they're symbiotic with and... anyone have *any* idea for the Red Lichen?
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)13:01 No.18935254
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    I did too!
    Here: >>18933915, here: >>18930605, here: >>18930002, and here: >>18932910
    All those cool cats are Wiggles descendants. *puts on cardboard knight helmet* Do you dare impugn my honour?

    Also, bumping with more Fortune flora, and yes, >>18935200, said fauna could use more love.
    >> baby 05/01/12(Tue)13:08 No.18935349
    toatly didnt see this.........lol
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:13 No.18935419
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    >Original Porkie guy here, just wanted to say I'm glad people are showing the swollen, swamp-swilling swines some love.

    An off-shoot of the Wretched Gulper appears which is browner in colour and omnivorous, turning toward vegetation over hunting. They grow powerful forearms to uproot Banana Leaf and smaller CurlyQs. Meet the Chumper.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:23 No.18935575
    OP, next time you make a new thread you should start it with your complete evolutionary trees and species introductions ready to go off the bat, so we don't end up with everybody focusing on one type of creature.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:23 No.18935578
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    The herbivorous wuggles, due to increasing threat from predators, gradually begin to favor a softer shell for nimbleness to escape their jaws at the last second and such.

    This softer shell allows for a contracting "jet" organ similar to earth squid, allowing them brief bursts of massive speed and also requires less sustenance to grow, enabling herbivorous wuggles to grow to a larger scale than before while retaining their relative maneuverability for escaping predators
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:25 No.18935603
    What do the terms "Available Species" mean?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:26 No.18935613
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:29 No.18935650

    One you can feel free to evolve.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:30 No.18935659
    But what if a species doesn't have that tag on the?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:30 No.18935663

    Do it anyway.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)13:39 No.18935752

    Answered it for me, thanks, Anon. All the creatures you see in this thread are free to evolve. Just do me a favor and "quote" (you know, where the post has the >> and then the number in red?) the creature you're evolving from, so I know what descends from what. Also, don't forget to mention its diet and habitat. All these things save me a lot of headaches later when making evo trees.

    Oh absolutely. I need about a day or two to prepare/recuperate. Running a quest like this is a surprising amount of work! Part three of this quest (if there's still any interest by then) will probably be tomorrow rather than later tonight, and even *that's* the earliest. Most likely it'll be the day after tomorrow.
    >> baby 05/01/12(Tue)13:41 No.18935772
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    The pretender crabs have developed a much thicker and longer right claw that allows them to grab the top of real vampire lillys without danger. with this new found ability the pretender crabs begin to live in colonies of about 30 - 50 crabs. they residing among the plants they imitate giving them a semi steady food source and protection
    >> Bluefly Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:42 No.18935785
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    The bluefly has developed into more of a carrion feeder due to the abundance of carcasses brought about by the gulper and tiger boa conflicts. In response to that change the Blue fly has developed a carapace to protect itself from the bacteria within the carrion and gripping claws to better pickup the flesh. They have also begun to develop a darker more earthy tone to match there new terrestrial environs as well as compound eyes to better navigate it.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)13:49 No.18935859
    Why is everything on this world becoming horrifying monstrosities btw? Not that I'm complaining, this thread is fun as fuck
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:01 No.18935977
    All cute and cuddly things eventually turn into monstrous murdering machines. Primordial Evo had worms eventually turn into jet powered sea dragons covered in razer blades.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:05 No.18936005
    How dare you call Blimpie a horrifying monstrosity
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:10 No.18936057
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    The fungus growing with the bananaleaf, tired of being eaten, crushed, and otherwise abused as it tries to scrabble for life with its host plant, has started producing a mild poison, which causes the organism which consumes it to get mildly dazed for a few minutes. Tt accomplishes this task by hyper-stimulating the creature's brain receptors responsible for the release of this biology's endorphin-analog.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:12 No.18936080
    You just made fortunecannabis, stoner animals inc
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)14:18 No.18936143
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    Due to further declinations in temperature the CurlyQ has "migrated" to grow around riverbeds and further out to avoid the freezing waters and potential ice hazard that would kill them. Along with that the silt roots have grown in thicker and more abundantly in order to prevent uprooted by Chumpers. The thick maze of silt roots seems to be a good location for nesting animals that wish to avoid the low grounds to live in.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:27 No.18936229
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    The Blimpies developes a "cup" on their backs that fills with snow and is heated by the sun-absorb-gland-things to create a tiny pond.
    It is used to grow food and get easy accessible water for the blimpie. Now all it needs to do is float around and chill in the sun.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:32 No.18936275
    In order to reach the algae and wildlife in the "pond" on their back, Blimpies develop longer and more flexible trunks that can easily reach any point on their back.
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    The neo serpents grow more fleshy and have grown another bulb. Their diet is still mainly carnivore and they still try to find the most tropical of locals to live in.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:46 No.18936404
    Can someone draw this btw? I suck at drawing.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)14:58 No.18936522
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    All they need to do now is start growing bananaleaf-weed and they are the most chill guys on all of fortune
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)15:18 No.18936717
    I was going to mention how that kind of evolution should take a *long* time, and should occur in stages rather than all in a single post...
    But you know what, that's too cool and original. I'll let it slide. Bathtub Blimpie is now canon.

    Time grows short for the Neo Serpents, so far they have failed to adapt. No adaptations that will assist in the freeze, now only decades away, have yet to emerge. They huddle closer and closer to the equator's rainforests, but unless something changes for them soon, they may face extinction.

    I would be all on board for such shenanigans...
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)15:23 No.18936757
    All right, this thing still being alive makes no sense. How the hell is this thing able to live in freezing climates? It's got no fur or fat deposits. Sorry man, but this things going to have to go extinct. That's evolution for you; survival of the fittest.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)15:27 No.18936789
    Why does it need to be warm to survive?
    It just needs sunlight, and the sunlight isnt any weaker than it used to be, regardless of climate.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)15:34 No.18936862
    The big freeze is in 2-3 more posts, it better evolve fast then.

    Many animals, feeling the coming change in temperature, begin to start nesting within the warm boughs of the Curly-Q Trees. No doubt such creatures will have an easier time surviving the imminent frost (thought they will probably shrink as a result).

    The Banana-Leaf's gamble has paid off, for the most part. There are one or two animals that seem immune to the plant's effects, and some even seem to seek it out. Only time will tell how these developments pan out for the Banana-Leaf.

    The Blimpie survives the cold by warming our hearts.

    The Blimpies at first developed the cups to obtain fresh water, by filtering out the minerals within sea water. Their filtering organ grew, and eventually became a raindish, a more direct method of obtaining the precious liquid.
    Seedlings have been known to fall into their water-dish, and even grow to maturity, but if the Blimpie is even aware of this, it doesn't seem to care.

    Blimpies begin actively taking advantage of their pond-gardens on their backs, harvesting fresh water as well as water berries from their built-in bowl. Vampire Lilies are rarely seen on a Blimpie's back, as seedlings soon starve without access to the plant's carnivorous diet.
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)15:37 No.18936878

    >Many animals, feeling the coming change in temperature, begin to start nesting within the warm boughs of the Curly-Q Trees

    Just as planned. I have work soon but I'l be back later tonight to update the CurlyQ, assuming no one else goes.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)15:42 No.18936919
    What happens when you spend too much time in the cold? Your internal body temperature goes down. What happens if it goes down too low? Hypothermia and frostbite, something that is visibly happening to mister Blimpy in the image. What happens if this goes on for too long? Death. It doesn't matter how much sunlight you get if you're dead. So, instead of trying to find dumb reasons for it to still be alive, why don't you admit it's a dead end. It happens all the time in nature; species go extinct because they can't adapt. Or, you know, just have them migrate to the equator, where it's still warm. That way, they will have more time to evolve a way out of extinction.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)15:49 No.18936979
    One dumb reason commin' up!
    The blimpies have evolved to be able to survive incredible cold and even beeing deepfrozen. (just like some toads on earth).
    They float around in a sluber state and when it wakes up on hotter days it eat and drinks then go back to sleep. During sleep the plants grow back again.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)15:53 No.18937006
    What makes you think it's internal construction is exactly like a humans, this world is in no way earth and the species don't necessarily have to follow earths rules, do you even know how cold kills? It kills because it turns the blood to ice, and encases the organs in ice as well, bloods purpose is to carry oxygen to the brain. Now who's to say these creatures even have a brain or need oxygen to get to the brain or use blood cells to carry the substance to the brain.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)15:54 No.18937015
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    Actually, they already live at the equator. The big freeze hasn't happened yet, but it is my next post. So, anyone who wants to give our favorite Zen bathtub a fighting chance had better do so quick.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:06 No.18937101
    I must say the blimpie is like the least likely to die from cold. It is gas and skin it probably doesnt have all that much blood to heat.

    The wretch gluper, neo serpent, hell even the fast flipper (with the ice and all) are more in trubble.
    >> Parasite Fly Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:11 No.18937148
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    This subspecies of bluefly has developed a stinger/ovipositor that can be for both defense and delivering its eggs into the skin of larger creature where they can gestate in the warmth of the larger creature and feed upon its flesh. Beware the Parasitic Bluefly.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:12 No.18937156
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    In reaction to the falling temperatures, some mud pigs drift to the deeper pits and their stiff legs become flippers as they spend longer in the liquid than on land.
    Due to the much easier method of swimming around to collect food (including delicious red lichens!), they gain much more blubber; further enhancing their defence against the impending cold.

    Jellyfish, pig, cow, hippo, manatee. By your powers combined, I am Mud Cow!
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:12 No.18937158
    Except for the gulper with fur, the water animals and maybe the jellycow I dont think any of the creatures would make it if the blimpie doesnt
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:15 No.18937193
    Cold will reduce its bouyancy by making the gas inside of it contract. The blimpie may very well live on a razor's edge unless it seriously tries to photosynthesize and generate more internal heat.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:17 No.18937205
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    You know nothing about biology.
    Now this is an actual reason!
    Just for that, I'll help.
    A random mutation has caused a Blimpie to be born with certian protiens that bind to ice crystals and prevent the crystallization of organic tissue, allowing it to survive in cold climates.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:23 No.18937255
    Lol I know more than you mr. cold kills because my parents told me it does.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:31 No.18937320
    Your parents are correct, organisms that live in arctic regions often have some form of adaption against the cold weather it be fur, some form of blubber, or by simply hibernating through the coldest parts of the year. Those that do not and do not possess the intelligence or luck to find or erect shelter of some kind will usually perish.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:35 No.18937353
    Sounds like we have reached the point in the argument where OP brings in Ice Age and tells us who lives.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:35 No.18937361
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    These are desperate times for the neo serpent.. and dark times calls for desperate actions.

    It might seem un worthy but if you cant produce the heat yourself you don't have many options for hunting and staying warm.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:39 No.18937401
    The Blimpie issue is easy.
    "As temperatures fall, Blimpies descend from the stratosphere, now flying mere hundreds of yards above the ground. The descent is gradual and over generations Blimpy lungs adapt to the denser air."
    No picture because none of that is visible from the outside.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:39 No.18937404
    No it wasn't a statement it was an insult you know, like your name is literally "Mr. cold kills because my parents told me it does"
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:41 No.18937417
    His best option as a game runner might be to just let this thread live until its natural conclusion and then spring the ice age as the beginning of the new thread, with full evolution trees including everything from the original three up until the ice age extinction, and then a full overview of each surviving species.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:47 No.18937482
    Well, now that the Blimpie has adapted to the cold somewhat better, I feel more confident about it's chances. However, ultimately it is up to the OP to decide if the creatures that we have helped create are sufficiently well adapted to survive. As for me, saying you know "nothing" about biology was wrong of me, and I apologize for that statement.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:53 No.18937544
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    I am gonna save every creature damn it!

    The fast/armor flipper gains a sharp horn/blade so that it keep up the surface life, by breaking the ice when it needs to.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)16:54 No.18937562
    That we have. I don't want this to turn into a pissing contest by any means.

    The Neo Serpent begins prey on the Carcass Fly, and seeks shelter by draping itself and its nests in warm excrement.

    Oh? What makes you say that as opposed to what I just about to do? I'm curious, and it's my first time running a game so such tips would be welcome.

    That's better, I hate to see you fight, especially in front of the children (won't *someone* think of the children?) Ha ha ha.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:54 No.18937563
    The species is saved!
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:55 No.18937574
    >As for me, saying you know "nothing" about biology was wrong of me, and I apologize for that statement.

    This is why I love /tg/
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:57 No.18937592
    >Oh? What makes you say that as opposed to what I just about to do?
    It's a big dynamic point with which to encourage immediate/sudden interest in a new thread, for one thing, and it also allows people who are on different time-zones or odd schedules to get some last edits into a dying thread.
    >> Deus vs Machina 05/01/12(Tue)16:59 No.18937614
    >do you even know how cold kills? It kills because it turns the blood to ice, and encases the organs in ice as well
    I fear, good sir, that you are incorrect. I'm sorry, but this mistake simply must be corrected before it is allowed to proliferate.

    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)16:59 No.18937619
    I agree! It will be a fresh start with the new thread in an Ice world. Also a bit of a cliffhanger, what animals made it?! (even though i am still going to save them all)
    >> Part 2, Winter is Coming FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)17:01 No.18937645
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    You make a good case. Very well, it is the third thread that the actual ice age shall hit. This thread shall be about the gradual temperature changes that preceed it.
    So, instead of "Part 2, the Age of Ice" it shall be called "Part 2, Winter is Coming".
    I don't watch Game of Thrones (nor have I read it) but the phrase seems apt.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:04 No.18937677
    There's no need to beat a dead horse, I'm sure he's already realized his mistake. It's a common misconception anyway. Besides, quite a few of these creatures are nonsensical from a realistic standpoint (fur/spikes/eyes coming out of nowhere, useless horns and other flair, etc), but to not allow for some fanciful thinking would ruin the fun of creating interesting creatures.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)17:05 No.18937681
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    Hey there, guys, glad to see this thread is still alive. I'm gonna add more to the midnight raveshark subspecies.

    > Midnight Raveshark
    > Carnivore (sometimes Scavenger)
    > Aquatic (Mid Sea/Deep Sea)

    With the seasons getting colder, evolution has decided that the midnight raveshark will weather out the temperature change (pun intended). It now has a larger stomach and overall digestive system, allowing it to process and store more food for longer periods of time. This keeps midnight ravesharks from having to eat as often, meaning less will die during periods of oceanic famine. Also, their dorsal fins have shrunk slightly again, and the once separate yellowish patches have joined together. However, a new green colored patch has appeared.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:08 No.18937725
    Hey, I'm back, flu only lasted for a day, good to see people are still working on the neo serpent.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:19 No.18937850
    Would you believe it, every time I join a thread it instantly dies.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:21 No.18937880
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    The pretender crabs clump together, creating a roof for the snow to land on. In these heat domes smal plants and other food for the crabs can grow.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:24 No.18937913
    Ravesharks already had their adaptation for the coming ice age. They live near the ocean floor, where it is almost always cold, and if there is any heat, it's from volcanic vents.
    Here and lower

    In fact, if you brought to any higher depths, they'd probably die from decompression.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:24 No.18937916
    Im glad you are here! quick!
    Help me save them all from the frost!
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)17:41 No.18938112
    As you might see above, the midnight raveshark is an offshoot of the main species who are descended from those ravesharks who decided to start going higher in the ocean to avoid competition for food. FortuneHost approved it.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:48 No.18938198
    I'm a bit confused by your wording. Is the Midnight the one what went back up, or stayed in the deep?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)17:50 No.18938217
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    Last one before the lock.

    These guys gain web makers so they can build warm comy nests.
    >> Greyheart 05/01/12(Tue)18:06 No.18938434
    The midnight are the ones who went up. I don't know, FH liked the name. Some anon posted the idea.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)18:10 No.18938481
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    Wait, we're going into lock? What for? I didn't decide this! Are we nearing autosage (what's the autosage limit?)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:12 No.18938503
    Sorry I was out trying to shoot squirrels.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:13 No.18938508
    Oh, im sorry. what i ment was: Last im doing before next thread.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:13 No.18938510
    /r/ing for someone to make one big evolution tree.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:14 No.18938530
    I think it would be too big for posting on 4chan
    >> baby 05/01/12(Tue)18:19 No.18938586
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    the male pretender crabs show off their adaptability again and in this newly snowy climate they begin to change their camouflage as well as gaining the ability to retract their "plant" to help keep warm. while the women stay at home the men go out and hunt
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)18:21 No.18938605
    Oh, *phew* crisis averted, blood pressure receding to normal.

    Well don't be stingy, cousin Ingus, why d'onch y'all done share some wit' us? [banjo music in the background]
    (Only teasing, I come from pretty "country" roots myself, so this is probably the pot calling the kettle black... unless you're serious.)

    I want to, but given how long it takes me to do the evo trees for one lineage, it's not likely. For reference, this one here: >>18934751 took well over an hour, maybe two.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:28 No.18938662
    I was serious, I've only actually shot one squirrel and by the time I was able to skin it, it had been dead for about three days, it was stiff and smelled terrible so we didn't eat the meat. My step brother is into that survivalist kind of stuff, like going into the woods and living off the land so he thinks it would be pretty cool to shoot, skin, and cook a squirrel however he's very busy so that leaves me to do the actual shooting. And then I have to wait for him to skin it because I'm not really good at the sight of blood.
    >> smokeyprogg 05/01/12(Tue)18:37 No.18938758
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    Sand squid/ wuggler develop stinging tentacles on the end of their appendages to kill prey and target weak spots.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:38 No.18938771
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:41 No.18938806

    Tiger Boa
    Now able to produce their own toxins rather than rely on build up from vegetation consumed. The tactile pincers have become more developed and dextrous. Taking advantage. Theres an increasing trend to keep have body.
    spoilers- I will attempt to turn these to Naga over several post.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)18:43 No.18938828
    gather sry had a case of the retards there. I meant theres a trend to keep upper half of body elevated/ erect.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)18:52 No.18938930
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    Turning them into Naga is fine by me, even more so as you're doing it slowly, little by little. Instead of losing a leg, shrink it, then leave a stub, and finally, only *then* should the appendage disappear.
    >> smokeyprogg 05/01/12(Tue)18:57 No.18938975
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    The wuggle grow larger and more like a quadruped with a tougher shell and the 5th tentacle becoming for balancing out its large shell they now mainly eat slow creatures and carrion and are much tougher (any good drawer could redo this completely )
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:06 No.18939097
    The wretch gulper radically shrinks in size in order to sustain itself with the limited amounts of food available.
    Its forearms become smaller (think t-rex arms) and its hind legs grow longer, allowing the gulper to run considerably faster.

    (I suck at drawing, but Ill give it a try)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:07 No.18939110
    Hmm, what do you guys use to draw these?
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)19:09 No.18939131
    I'm the guy that made the Wretch, I use Paint Tool SAI.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:09 No.18939132
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:10 No.18939138
    yes. Summing things up as of this post. Not sure of the size but Tiger Boas look a cobra with arms and a mammalian skin. Going by last picture of them they have 4 arms. So they start to develop separations at the ends of those arms with flexibility at the body connection point for grater range of movement.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)19:11 No.18939164
    As a result, the population booms and the hunting packs grow. The Wretch develop a sharp beak tip on the snout, better suited for tearing flesh like a vulture.

    (I'll draw it later)
    >> baby 05/01/12(Tue)19:15 No.18939215
    you guys should draw them before you make the descriptions, it gets confusing the way ur doing it
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)19:15 No.18939228
    I have to wait for him to draw the t-rex arms.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:20 No.18939293
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    Problem is I suck at drawing.

    I present, mister derpy-arms!
    >> smokeyprogg 05/01/12(Tue)19:22 No.18939321
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    wuggle develop a beak to eat tougher meat and plant matter and become omnivores
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:23 No.18939333
    wish I could draw :(

    Tiger Boa
    Carnivore, suppliments with fruits/grains
    Emphasis placed on child care. Hair used as a means by females as a means of keeping primative milk secretions on the body for young to lap up. Lips appear to better take advantage of this. Ya thats right. The tiger boas are the first mammals of Fortune!!!!1
    >> That one guy 05/01/12(Tue)19:23 No.18939336
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    Aww, barely anyone is showing the little climber crabs any love :(

    Cliff crabs develop a better symbiotic relationship with the banana grass, burying the seeds using their adapted finger-like feelers. along with their young. The young crabs defecate in their old nests, creating nutrients for the growing banana grass.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)19:24 No.18939347
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    (the beak is made by the bony back plate material)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:31 No.18939446
    alright Ill give them a lil attention.
    Climber Crabs
    Graminovores (grass eaters)
    being the first farmers of Fortune and relying more on the banana grass they farm. The Crabs spend more time on the ground and hence begin adapting the back two feet more suited for the ground. HOOVES! (unguligrade feet is the actual term)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:36 No.18939528
    hooved crabs.. with 3 limbs, awesome.
    >> NO TRIP 05/01/12(Tue)19:36 No.18939531
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    Its tentacles have tentacles?

    The spine of the Wretch elongates into a tail to act as a counterweight for standing.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:36 No.18939539
    Cliff Crab
    Further developing specialized feet over time, the Cliff Crabs, now should be called ground crabs. The back two pairs of legs of hooved for great ground speed, while the middle pair if strong claw digging type. The front pair remains the small dextrous fine movement type arms. I really need to learn how to draw.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:37 No.18939547
    thanks for redoing my drawing, looks way better now.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:38 No.18939576
    they have 4 pairs of legs.
    >> NO TRIP 05/01/12(Tue)19:38 No.18939578
    You're welcome. I'm sure your paint-fu will improve in time.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:40 No.18939603
    Oops, meant 3 arms.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:44 No.18939667
    counting the blade thing on top as an arm?
    They have two pairs of legs now. The front two are arms now. I count the thing on the head as an appendage.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:46 No.18939718
    Beaked Wrech

    Am I right?
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)19:48 No.18939729
    I removed the tail in creating the wretch, so we'll make the tailed one a branch of the wretch
    >> NO TRIP 05/01/12(Tue)19:48 No.18939739
    They're both beaked. It's just that I was working on mine still when the other was posted, and the black bony plating doesn't go across the whole face.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)19:57 No.18939915
    Is there any way we can get a quick workup of all the species? Would make it much easier to get into this as a new guy joining the thread.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)19:58 No.18939936
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    Made the pic for you, although i guess
    >>18939321 makes it a bit moot.

    Alright, gang, everything looks great. Keep at it, I have something I need to do. I plan on being back later tonight.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)20:00 No.18939975
    The Chomper's cranium size increases sightly in order to help handle the new dangers in this cooling world, resulting in a slightly raised intelligence, about a dog's level.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)20:02 No.18939999
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    Derpy derpy durr
    >> That one guy 05/01/12(Tue)20:09 No.18940119
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    The ground crab develop small tubes on their heads to warn of predators. They are slightly curved to keep dirt out while digging.
    >> That one guy 05/01/12(Tue)20:12 No.18940156
    The tubes work similar to ears. The ground crabs also use clicks as chirps to communicate.
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)20:28 No.18940421
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    Originally unknown to the fortune creatures the CurlyQ produces a semi bitter sticky resin that is edible and in fact life sustaining. Not unlike a fruit the resin contains the seeds for future generations of CurlyQ's so they may live on past the Ice Age should anything particularly bad happen.

    The mess of silt roots and vines thickens below the main tree and some creatures that travel further in seem to simply vanish from existence. That being sad the resin that the tree produces seems to be much sweeter the further in the creature travels.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)20:32 No.18940482
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    spineback got harrier and hungrier. primarily hunts other gulper sub species, not above cannibalism.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)20:43 No.18940695
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    A variant of the Neo Serpent, adapts to this, and takes residence among the CurlyQ roots, preying upon critters who come in search of food.

    As a result, their hide becomes darker and gnarly, allowing it to camouflage itself as a root.
    Its bulbs take on the appearance of resin, luring in unsuspecting victims.

    Anyone that can come with a fitting name?
    >> Bobski !XDg.YiZHFE 05/01/12(Tue)20:45 No.18940729
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    A variation of the cliff crab appears called the cliff nibbler, an omnivore . Caused by the pressing need to find new forms of food due to the approaching cold, it eats the smaller insects and grubs it digs up alongside its greener food.

    (Did I do this right? First time in one of these threads)
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)20:49 No.18940813
    Curly Serpent? Since it's adapted to living by CurlyQs?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)20:50 No.18940817
    Saproot Serpent would probably be more fitting.
    >> NO TRIP 05/01/12(Tue)20:51 No.18940837
    Yeah. Don't be afraid to work on other creatures as well.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)20:52 No.18940863
    The ice age is coming, all the creatures who dont adapt, will die.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:02 No.18941045
    Who hasn't adapted yet?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:07 No.18941163
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    In colder regions the Fast Flippers begin to darken, to better absorb more sunlight and heat.
    Their belly armour also thickens and fuses, forming an extra layer of insulation from the colder waters they sit in.
    They also become more aggressive hunters, eating any plant or animal they can find to build and maintain a thicker layer of blubber.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:07 No.18941168
    forgot to draw the latest leg modifications
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:08 No.18941185
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    The Wretch now sports a thick coat of fur, helping it survive the cold.

    >can be found sparsely forested areas and open plains (the Chomper now reigns supreme over jungle/dense forests)
    >roughly the size of a wolf

    Due to being forced out into open areas to hunt, Wretches adapt advanced hunting strategies and work together in packs.
    (Strategies like flanking, scaring creatures into running towards other Wretches waiting in ambush/into rough terrain)
    >> Bobski !XDg.YiZHFE 05/01/12(Tue)21:14 No.18941308
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    The cliff nibbler develops feet capable of gripping objects for leverage, such as rocks or trees, so that it might now forage for food further afield. To separate itself from its ground grab cousins it changes its shade a little.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:24 No.18941454
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    The snout of the Chomper has increased in size, in order to heat up the frigid air. The Chomper's arms have also elongated to allow it faster movement. The Chomper has also has had it's fat deposits increased, allowing it better survivability.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:28 No.18941546
    Well, Ill be going to bed now.

    When I return, the Wretch better still be alive.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:30 No.18941586
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    Some silt spiders form colonies and head inland to dig tunnels, using their webbing to support their underground homes with many trap doors that they use to lay in wait for prey.
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)21:42 No.18941808
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    In response to the new inhabitants >>18940695, the CurlyQ has accepted it's new relationship and begun to develop false resin holes that the CurlyQ/Saproot Serpent can hide/live in to trap unsuspecting prey. This relationship proves useful to the CurlyQ as it weeds out the more dangerous bugs and creatures that would otherwise slip through and into the thicker silt roots, which could prove dangerous to the CurlyQ.

    Note, I just sort of took a guess at the size of the Curly/Saproot Serpent. Either way we can assume the false resin holes are generally fit to them.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:48 No.18941887
    They are now becoming social. Well. So the Wretch now have packs. Since they are becoming social they need to communicate. And communication requires more brain power, and bigger tails for showing their rank in the pack and also for communicating. They also are developing sounds like raptors did, aren't they?
    >> That one guy 05/01/12(Tue)21:49 No.18941902
    To adapt to the snow, the ground crabs evolve hard thin umbrella-like protrusions from their feeding claws, used to brush snow off, further protecting them from the snow.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:49 No.18941912
    Question: Are these guys solitary, or living in groups? Have we established where they live, what they eat?
    >> That one guy 05/01/12(Tue)21:49 No.18941914
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    >> Bobski !XDg.YiZHFE 05/01/12(Tue)21:51 No.18941948
    The ground crabs are farmers right? Well for a wide definition of the word farmer.
    >> NO TRIP 05/01/12(Tue)21:53 No.18941967
    If you say they are, make the answer yes.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)21:55 No.18941991
    Then they're developing sounds, and their tails are becoming longer.
    >> smokeyprogg 05/01/12(Tue)22:07 No.18942197
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    Cheers I will use that as a base to edit now
    The wuggle develop muscle in the stingers so they can now use them to manipulate objects and climb reefs better
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:09 No.18942241
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    Red lichens give some special pigmentation to the mud cows, but as temperature falls, they need to have a bigger protein consumption. The mud cows need also some kind of coat, and a fin tail for swimming faster and catching what they hunt in the waters. Bigger teeth are developed, and the mud lion is born.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:15 No.18942317
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    I just want to ask if you're aware of the location of their mouths.
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but they had no eyes yet, right?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:18 No.18942370
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:18 No.18942381
    Well I personally think the mud lion is adorable.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:19 No.18942396
    Eh, maybe its just to convince predators its still facing them?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:20 No.18942413
    Not segueing there. I love the idea of little gel-walruses. Just addressing continuity.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:21 No.18942419
    I don't know that they even have bones or skeletons at this point. But now they have fang-things and eye spots. Still quite useful.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)22:23 No.18942446
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    Oh my gawrsh, it's adorable... and I want to snuggle it.

    Either name is fine by me. Whatever you guys decide.
    (I'm back, incidentally)

    Alright! While the genuine "ice age" is still centuries away, the climate of planet Fortune has already started to cool. Areas that once felt temperatures in the 80s now feel the relative chill of the 50s and 60s.
    For many areas, especially inland, the forests see snow for the very first time, little realizing it is but a taste of what to come.

    Creatures are already feeling pangs of cold, but for now, the time of cold is but a season, quickly passing and soon forgotten once spring rolls around. But the glaciers are moving... like grand marble giants on some massive boards, they inexorably march towards the fertile lands to the south, soon to inflict their chill upon the world at large.

    Winter is coming...
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:23 No.18942452
    Yep. Arrow is pointing to their mouth.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:26 No.18942495
    And how if it somehow developed two digestive tracts? One for lichen and another one for fish?
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)22:32 No.18942568
    Where is it going to... err, expel waste then? O_o

    I like it, perhaps it is the reason that those critters who descend into the Curly Q's are never seen again?

    Don't worry, you're doing just fine.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:33 No.18942593
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    Something like this.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:36 No.18942651
    It eats with the same hole(s) it poops from, ala Schlock from Schlock Mercenary.
    >> smokeyprogg 05/01/12(Tue)22:39 No.18942703
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    wuggle develop a layer of fur which also produces slime for warmth
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:41 No.18942723
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    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:42 No.18942739
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)22:48 No.18942823
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    The original wretches stay in the jungle, the headplate forming more into a beak. They are the size of small horses and travel in packs of 7, they breed fast and nest underground to avoid the bitter air.
    >> smokeyprogg 05/01/12(Tue)22:49 No.18942844
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    Blimpie develop a a way to spread spores while flying which spread the blimpie around wider areas
    >> Bobski !XDg.YiZHFE 05/01/12(Tue)22:49 No.18942848
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    Seeing the approaching glaciers not as a threat, but as an opportunity, the cliff nibbler adapts by sharpening its digging claw to the point that it can pick away at ice and make little igloo like dens in the glaciers for it to sleep in. When the sun rise it heads out to forage.

    It also changes it coloration to match the frosty rocks
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/01/12(Tue)22:51 No.18942877
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    In response to this, >>18942446 the CurlyQ's "Q" rolls in on itself and the leaves around it form a protective layer of leaf with a thick leathery feel. The CurlyQ's are preparing for the deep frost, though most will die that have yet to develop natural resistance or fold up upon themselves in time.


    Smaller creatures are eaten up by the Curly/Saproot Serpents, which was an unexpected but welcome additional to the CurlyQ's.

    However anything larger (varieties of Boa/Gulper) will go further in to find sweeter and more nutritious resin. As they do so the branches get to a point of twisting and thickness that the creature is unable to escape and subsequently dies. The CurlyQ then feeds off(via roots and as opposed to photosynthesis) of the mass graves that it is creating below itself.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)22:52 No.18942895
    Alone in the growing snowlands, the Chomper wanders. It has not eaten in days, it's six eyes purple from lack of sleep. It heads south, toward warmer climates. There, maybe, it can find some food. It is out of it's element; the Chomper is used to warm temperate forests, chewing on tree bark and hunting mudlions and snatching freshwater flippers from streams. Now with the cold, the Chompers went to hibernate. Many lie in their caverns, starving in their sleep; this is one of the few Chompers who awoke. It catches a scent; a dead spineback. Those are usually farther north. No matter; food is food. It feasts on the foul flesh, even preserved, the spineback's flesh is unappetizing to the Chomper. Still it eats.
    This Chomper is one of the last of it's kind. Unless a miracle happens, this majestic beast will soon vanish from Fortune... forever.

    >herp derp spelling
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/01/12(Tue)22:55 No.18942961
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    better version
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)23:03 No.18943139
    That works just fine for me.

    The glaciers aren't here yet. That was me being poetic, anthropomorphising them as some force looming over the land of the organisms. The animals have yet to actually encounter them, and they wont, until thread 3.
    Feel free to keep that creature for later threads though. Sorry for the confusion.

    I think for thread three I'll be having a map of Fortune. It's been in my head for a while, but sometimes the way I write (perhaps *generously* put as "hamming it up) may create confusion.
    >> Bobski !XDg.YiZHFE 05/01/12(Tue)23:09 No.18943257
    Oh, well yeah when the glaciers do turn up the cliff nibblers adapt to do that then. For now they just sharpen their claws cause the ground is getting harder due to frost.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)23:25 No.18943541
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    The Ocean going Fast Flippers evolve their swimming membranes to even larger size, then some discover they can poke them up out of the water to catch the wind, allowing them to travel while expending much less energy. These Sail Flippers quickly replace the fast flippers in open waters, able too maintain a thicker layer of insulating blubber with their new ability to move with almost no effort (as long as they want to go roughly where the wind is).
    The fast flippers still exist in sheltered coastal waters and inland fresh water where there is less wind available at the waters surface.
    >> FortuneHost 05/01/12(Tue)23:32 No.18943665
    The Sail Flippers spread far and wide... even to the north, where the comforting warmth of the water dims...
    Their primitive brains do not comprehend what has changed, and they flee in terror.

    Soon there will be nowhere to run.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)23:52 No.18944024
    So, no one interested in a last minute mutation? Well then, I leave it to MentalHost. Godspeed, Chompers.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)23:54 No.18944069
    What the fuck is wrong with me
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)23:54 No.18944075
    they've already had a few adaptions for cold. Or do you mean the seas are going to be completely gone?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)23:56 No.18944118
    Alright headin' to bed, night all.

    -The guy who had the flu yesterday.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/12(Tue)23:57 No.18944127
    They've actually developed blubber a while back.
    >> non gent 05/01/12(Tue)23:57 No.18944135
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    The woolly spineback gulper has grown talons to give it purchase on the hard and frozen grounds of the northern wastes, as well as tusks to dig into small burrowing animal lairs where they can use their stick tongue to effect.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/02/12(Wed)00:02 No.18944247
    spinebacks are ambush predators.
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:03 No.18944259
    I'm sorry for being stupid.
    >> non gent 05/02/12(Wed)00:03 No.18944263
    its tusks are on either side of its head, with its mouth closed loosely on the sides, lots of drool. its elephant sized. the tusks aren't for insects. i guess they also do the trick on goring other animals.
    >> the Fate of Fortune FortuneHost 05/02/12(Wed)00:04 No.18944277
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    Who the hell is MentalHost? I am the only Host here, COME AT ME BRO!

    But seriously, we'll see who/what lives and dies, your changes have made a difference, but we'll have to see if it's enough of one.

    Alright, keep evolving, folks, but this time... roll 2d10.
    No, seriously. Select a lineage (Neo Serpent, Cliffclimber Crab, Raveshark, Pretender Crab, the various Gulpers, etc.) and then roll for it. The first to roll for a species is the deciding roll (exception: get doubles and the doubles get will be the deciding roll, in a conflict of multiple doubles the first one gets it).
    Don't worry, a low roll won't necessarily kill you, but a high roll isn't guaranteed to save them. I have a system, but I won't reveal it, I'll just leave you in suspense.

    You want to make sure your favorite species lives, but you weren't the first one to roll? Keep evolving it.
    Each evolution, depending on my subjective judgement of its quality, plausability, as well as usefulness in its environment will help. No, you can't see the formula I'm using to calculate all this. That's my secret. You'll just have to bite your nails until Part 3.

    Winter is coming...
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/02/12(Wed)00:05 No.18944287
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    Sorry the thread seemed to die down a bit whenever you managed to come back OP. Though I figure now is as time as ever to start something a bit new with the CurlyQ's. If you approve of the following.

    The new pinelike CurlyQ's can reach a maximum height of 100 feet, with their silt roots being an effective jungle of 20 feet of just pure roots and vines. Among them are the Saproot Serpents that have made an effective niche among the CurlyQ that protects it from dangerous creatures.

    However the mass graveyard like harvesting has produces a strange side effect. The resin which was originally produced as a pollen during the trees earlier flower like days an made up of mostly water has been turned into a mixture of plant material and animal matter. The CurlyQ now takes at least 25 years to reach sexual maturity and at this point during the cold season a red orb of resin is formed in the warm embrace of the Q. This resin includes all the makings for new life to occur and generally houses CurlyQ saplings as they form before the warm season where they will flood out from the resin egg and into the world. However given the strange new materials that make up the resin and extended time it will have to incubate the Resin Egg has the potential for new lifeforms to form alongside the seedlings.

    Essentially what I'm saying is if you want to add some new baby lifeforms (so newer people will have something else to grab onto maybe) the CurlyQ can provide. If you would like. If not, I'll scrap the idea.
    >> Bobski !XDg.YiZHFE 05/02/12(Wed)00:09 No.18944372
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    rolled 7, 9 = 16

    Rolling for the crabs, and then heading to bed.
    >> 2d10 non gent 05/02/12(Wed)00:09 No.18944376
    woolly spineback....GO FOR SURVIVAL!!!!
    >> non gent 05/02/12(Wed)00:10 No.18944392
    rolled 5, 7 = 12

    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/02/12(Wed)00:14 No.18944447
    rolled 4, 10 = 14

    non-tail wretchs, lets a go
    >> Anon B 05/02/12(Wed)00:14 No.18944451
    rolled 2, 5 = 7

    I'm going to roll for the raveshark. Here goes...
    >> Bananaleafs! Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:15 No.18944469
    Live, beautiful slow growing symbiotic-with-drugs plant, live!
    >> Bananaleafs! Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:16 No.18944481
    rolled 4, 7 = 11

    I'm a fail
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 05/02/12(Wed)00:16 No.18944492
    rolled 10, 8 = 18

    Do you see
    Banana man
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:17 No.18944507
    rolled 7, 6 = 13

    I'll roll for the Midnight raveshark
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/02/12(Wed)00:19 No.18944531
    rolled 7, 8 = 15


    Live CurlyQ Pine, you murderous tree you! DAMN YOU LIVE
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:20 No.18944571
    rolled 5, 2 = 7

    Rolling for the Chompers...
    >And I already had a mutation drawn too...
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/02/12(Wed)00:21 No.18944575
    rolled 5, 3 = 8

    the wretch gains blubber and the fur grows thicker by the generation. The dens grow larger to sustain growing numbers.
    >> !.JeS8NKync 05/02/12(Wed)00:22 No.18944593
    didnt mean to roll
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:24 No.18944624
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    Just realized there's time for one more mutation, so
    Behold, my final form!
    >A mutation has cause a few Chomper young to grow dark shaggy hair on their backs, hands, and around their heads. This provides some protection from the warmth. But will it be enough?
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:24 No.18944630
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    The Sail Flippers tails aptrophy somewhat, now used as little more than rudders. At the same Time their sails get larger.
    Those living in Polar waters evolve an axelike ridge on their nose armour to allow them to break through sea ice easier.
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)00:26 No.18944671
    rolled 9, 2 = 11

    oh and rolling for the sail flippers
    >> Why I Made This Thread FortuneHost 05/02/12(Wed)00:27 No.18944680
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    Holy shit... PLEASE keep it, I beg you. That's giving me all *kinds* of ideas and I thank you heartily for that... *ahem*, it is approved.

    Let me tell you all a little secret. I am not the "master" of this game, so much as the referee. In the end, I will not determine what becomes of Fortune's various species any more than the referee decides who wins the Super Bowl, or the Umpire earns the pennant.

    I created this evolution thread to simply see what the community would create. I endlessly and excitedly refresh not see if you did it *right* or to punish you for evolving *wrong*. I do it because I can't wait to see what cool stuff you guys come up with.

    I built Fortune not as an arena, to pit good design against bad design, some bizarre and (hopefully) less sexual version of Hot-or-Not.

    I built Fortune as a playground, a place where you can let your imagination run free. You guys make this thread, and you guys/gals keep me preparing for new threads, even though my real life has a thousand much more productive (and boring) things I could do (like finally finishing A Canticle for Leibowitz on my nightstand).

    That was probably really sappy and melodramatic, but I feel it needed to be said.
    >> baby 05/02/12(Wed)00:27 No.18944689
    rolled 8, 7 = 15

    the "plant" part of the pretender crab becomes more fatty giving the crabs much needed insulation for the coming winter
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/02/12(Wed)00:43 No.18944935
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    Neat. I'm glad you liked that. Though in terms of the actual new creatures I honestly can't say I have much of an idea. Beyond a symbiotic relationship between a seedling and some other thing (think eventually Torterra).

    That being said I'll leave anything like that up to you for the next thread(I assume it'll sort of be how you started thread Number 1) I'm more concerned with my murderous trees either way, for now.

    Speaking of which.

    The CurlyQ pines have gone into full hibernation mode and its resin output begins to fall slowly due to its lack of photosynthetic processes to produce it. It does have back up reserves that the Saproot Serpent may be able to live upon but in terms of larger animals they may be shit out of luck. Any tree that has yet to "close up" is on it's way out and dying rapidly. The rest are beginning to incubate their Resin Eggs.
    >> Results FortuneHost 05/02/12(Wed)01:00 No.18945203
    Cliffclimber Crabs (7, 9)
    Spinebacks rolled (5, 7)
    Wretch's rolled (4, 0)
    Banana-Leaf rolled (4, 7)
    Curly-Q rolled (7, 8)
    Chompers rolled (5, 2)
    Sail Flippers rolled (9, 2)
    Pretender Crabs rolled (8, 7)

    Who's left to roll for?
    Don't forget, just because a species has been rolled for doesn't mean you can't still evolve them, it only helps your chances of seeing them thrive. The numbers simply determine random events that will help or hurt the species as a whole, so if they can adapt, they'll weather through.
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)01:06 No.18945270
    rolled 9, 5 = 14

    have a roll for the blimpies
    >> NO TRIP 05/02/12(Wed)01:14 No.18945365
    I kinda read that in Andrew Ryan's voice.

    You forgot the two ravesharks
    Normal (sea floor) (2,5)
    Midnight (above seafloor) (7,6)
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)01:23 No.18945500
    the proto nagas / tiger boas
    naga boas?
    >> FortuneHost 05/02/12(Wed)01:25 No.18945518
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    Alright, the Blimpies and the two Ravesharks are now rolled for, thanks Anon and NO TRIP.

    We still need: Bluefly/Carcassfly, the Tiger Boa, the Mud Cow and the Sand Squids.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 05/02/12(Wed)01:30 No.18945595
    rolled 9, 4 = 13

    Mud Cow disease strikes local thread, forumers rejoice: more news at 11!
    >> FortuneHost 05/02/12(Wed)01:41 No.18945728
    I laughed much harder than is probably appropriate with people asleep in the house.
    Thanks Indonesian Gentlemen. How's your Tribal game going? I haven't really been able to follow it since starting this quest of my own.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 05/02/12(Wed)01:45 No.18945777
    's going well enough, apparently. Currently having a 'breather' evo game, where you can evolve programs.
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)01:47 No.18945804
    rolled 4, 9 = 13

    for bluefly
    >> fatherofthemoons 05/02/12(Wed)01:49 No.18945824
    rolled 5, 10 = 15

    Rolling for sand squids. Because why not.

    Also, as a point of case OP pretty sure the thread is on autosage, or close to it. Probably about time to working on thread number 3.
    >> signing off FortuneHost 05/02/12(Wed)02:01 No.18945978
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    Can do, will do. Not tonight though, look for it tomorrow, or more likely, the day after.
    I'd like to thank any and all who participated, it seems a guy's first quest thread can still be quite a success.
    I'll be signing out for the night soon, but I'll watch the thread until it 404's. If you enjoyed it, vote for it on suptg, please.

    Tune in next time for the fate of Fortune's various inhabitants, as well as a map of the planet. Much will change with the coming of the glaciers.

    Winter is coming...
    >> Anonymous 05/02/12(Wed)06:10 No.18947785
    rolled 10, 9 = 19

    I realise no one has rolled for the Pink Leeches, so here is for them

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