Welcome to Tribe Evo. Previous Thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive/1437879/Rules:>Every turn is a new day>Every turn you can do one action and research >Research - Laws, Technologies, Arts, Customs>Action - Trading, Hunting, Scouting, Organizing>At least one player per tribe, no upper limit on tribe membersPlease include your tribe actions once more
>>1448391Copy pasting from last threadAction: Scout out for animals that can be either ridden or are useable for things such as wool.Research: The bunnys worried that their prosperity as been uninterrupted for so long that something might stop it in the future. In turn the bunnys devised a idea. They learnt that a particularly flexable branch combined with grass twisted together and notched to each end can launch things. They tried attaching the pointy end of a Sharpened improved digger onto a handle and when launched it stuck into the dirt. They dub this invention, a bow.
>>1448391Copying from last threadResearch: better shelters/fortifications using the wood (to be implemented shortly, better to plan ahead of time)Action: capture and begin domesticating the spiders we found to use their silk and other resources (potentially as battle mounts / hunting companions). Other chickens had other ideas too.
also adding we should probably prioritize streamlining our system of governance. the monarchal alpha hen is fine, but a supporting council (parliamentary monarchy?) would keep the people represented and prevent uprisings and morale intact. Maybe 3 elected members to advise the alpha hen?
>>1448456>>1448462Yeah I'm cool with these ideas
Research: song. frogs need to learn how to sing to better there diplomatic ability, intimidation and develop culture more advanced then femboys (however qt they may be)action: send scouts out to scout out the surrounding area
Chickens learn to tame the spiders they find with their shared diet of insect, and bring a few to the animal pen they set up. The spiders can serve as a food source, silk source, or companion. They find that the female spiders are much bigger than the males and have venomous sacks, whereas the males have longer legs and no venom. They continue clearing the forest, and develop improved construction of their shelters. Wood is stacked vertically and hammered with stakes, instead of being assembles in a tentpole fashion. These makeshift cabins greatly improve the coops.
Bunnies try and scout for animals, and also create the bow. They also had a burrow last turn used for storage, alleviating space for bunnies in their burrows, at least for now.
Rolled 69 (1d100)>>1448481> 1-25: nothing> 26-75: one animal> 76-100: more than one animal
>>1448484Bunnies find a herd of prairie sheep. Sharing their vegetarian sensibilities, the sheep are easy to tame and come back to the village, tied to the trees via twisted grass
Rolled 78 (1d100)Frogs add to their jovial culture with Croak Music. Athletic competitions now include a singing event, where the winner is more revered than the other athletes as a result of their reverance towards frogs with female qualities.They send scouts out the surrounding area to explore.> 1-25: nothing> 26-75: something ok> 76-100: something terrific
>>1448497Frogs find a clan of twelve of their cousin forest frogs who have a unique trait of secreting poisons. Given their shared biologies, the forest frogs agree to join the frog villagers back to their camp and assimilate.
>>1448503Action: Implement previously researched fortifications to reinforce nests and other structures throughout the chicken settlement.Research: Spider life cycles and morphology to integrate with selective breeding - aiming to selectively separate the spiders into bigger females and smaller males. Males can be integrated into nesting units as pets (and pest control, like cats), and females can be kept in the animal pen and groomed (more like canines) to hunt for sport and for defensive measures.
>>1448503Action: Its time the bunnys create a sport. The bunnys begin holding archery competitions to not only make our people better shots with them but for prestige for the winners of them.Research: The bunnys make sheers in order to harvest the wool of the sheep. Now with this combined with our already great skill at making clothes we can advance from grass clothing into the better alternative now that we have this material.
>>1448506After this we should build more walls. Then maybe send a scout to observe the bunnies, they're the only ones we haven't met yet.
>>1448550seconded. I figured priority would be structures already existing before starting a new project with the wall. and the leadership stuff can come after we contact bunnies, morale is good for now so we're not at risk, but having that in place would strengthen unanimity when it comes to negotiation/diplomacy
>>1448497research: begin working on boats, catamaran specifically. these can have houses set up on like lilly pads, but they have the added bonus of being highly mobile on water. they also look freaking coolactions: begin searching for wood. were going to need it to make our boats
Bunnies make a sport from archery. The excitement of the competition encourages many of the clan to learn and practice the skill. Bunnies also make shears to shear wool from their new sheep friends. They now has a supply of wool they can use to weave soft wool clothes, replacing their scratchy grass clothing.Fast rate of growth forces new burrows to be built, but the overcrowded tunnels for when bunnies enter and exit start to annoy the bunnies.
Chickens reinforce their nests with their new knowledge of advanced construction. Coops feel safer to many now.Spiders are breeded for desirable characteristics, such as size and ferocity for females, and domestic pet companions for males.
Rolled 10 (1d100)Frogs must construct more houses for burgeoning population and new forest-frog members. Tensions build a little from the introduction of the long lost brothers, dampening moods a little.Frogs begin the development of wooden boats, but need wood. Their efforts of obtaining wood are limited to scavenging and sawing into thin trees with their knives.> 1-25: nothing> 26-75: some wood> 76-100: lotsa wood
>>1448655The areas the scouting party travel to are not harvestable by their existing tool sets, and they found no stray logs they were able to carry back to base. Sorry frogs.anchor post
so chickens-Action - Construct a wall around the perimeter of our settlement, starting from the east side?Research - Education for young? Our population grows more slowly than the other species, but we can have higher quality offspring contributing with the right mindsetUnless there's something else we need more
>>1448656research: begin developing halberds. these are incredibly useful multi tasking tools. they are incredibly effective as pole arm and cleaving weapons, work well as axes and can be used as fishing spearsAction: now with our new halberds we can finally get some wood to make catamarans so we can make more houses!
>>1448659Sounds good. Then after that we can focus on that parliament system.
>>1448656Research:The bunnys need to constantly dig and move large amounts of dirt and stone has lead to a new idea. They have created baskets to be able move quantities of goods much easier this way the diggers wont need to toil as hard and will help in other aspects of bunny life.Action: The bunnys have always needed to deal with overpopulation within their home. However a idea was sprouted that could fix it while spreading bunny civilization. They decided they are to send a select amount of bunnys east and start another bunny village on the rivers shore much like the original. Of course they'd have everything they need to recreate the first one with its farms and masterfully made tunnels. With luck the presence of a second village will increase the bunnys growth and material harvest rate while solving the space problem.
I am gonna be off a lot today , so this are my propositions:-A watch tower-A Sistem of boy scouts for the kids to developement the youngs and other stuff-Diplomacy
>>1448698yeah I was planning on trying to get some sort of trade agreement with the chickens but the population issues come first. also I don't think watch towers are necessary sinse were in the middle of a lake. if they come after us were likely to easily spot them. also considering were developing mobile homes most of the frog population can get away quickly.the boy scout idea sounds very good though
>>1448659Supporting, though considering how the spiders have poison, it is essential that we try making weapons with it (preferably poison tipped arrows/spears) anytime soon so we can get experienced combatants familiar with it
The faster we get a range advantage, the later we have to worry about home defense
>>1448693>>1448709What do you guys think of wooden armor later on?
>>1448732spider silk armor is even better - more durable and lightweight and flexible. something to keep in mind.and personally, I favor diplomacy over conquering, so >>1448709strikes me more as a defensive resort than a priority
too late to join?
>>1448748Cool! I'd like to be the cat tribe; i'll start with putting some points into lawI'm a newcomer to this and the /qst/ scene
Frogs create a 'halberd' by sticking stones with a spade, axe end and narrow, pointy end into their fishing spears. They use these to cut trees to begin constructing catamarans.
>>1448767it doesn't work like that my guy, you gotta join one of the existing tribes
>>1448771;-;What if there was a new tribe in town? Either way, i'm going to do some research on this. There are links in the early posts that I guess should be checked out before posting
Bunnies move other bunnies down river east. This alleviates the population problem, and gives them more areas to harvest resources. The campsite currently has no crops, but over time plants will grow there as well.Buckets are also made to carry resources easier, to the great joy of the diggers.>>1448774Previous civ evos added tribes, but they had caps on players per tribe, and I dont. Its easier for me to manage fewer tribes.
>>1448796just one more tribe? c: Lawyer cats, law points pls
>>1448769research: improve halberds to be sharper and more effectiveaction: now we make catamarans with out wood!
Chickens make a wall in the east, and start educating their chicks. Education includes understanding laws, farming, music, spider breeding, and early sex education, which encourages an increase in population growth. Since chickens have not developed any writing (yet), early students are forced to memorize all this knowledge, improving their memory as well as their critical thinking skills.anchor and probably might be all for today, sorry folks, might be back in like 9 hours? Maybe less
okay a written language seems important. I'll just put in that two cents before I head out as well
>>1448818i think there should be a cat tribe, one that moves in overnighttwo cents for if i ever see the thread again G'night everyone
>>1448818True. Do we want to make our own or adopt another clan's language?
>>1448813Research: With the bunnys loving the sport of archery someone makes an improvement. A bow with a better base design and better arrows is invented to improve on our more primitive version.Action: With such a large population the bunny council is taking a measure and implementing schooling to ensure the younglings are learned and educated. This way the future generations of bunnys will be more skilled and knowledgable than their ancestors.Also have you considered making a Discord OP? It could help with player communication and keep shitposting out the thread.>>1448856If you find us we can share our language via trade. We'd have tried finding you guys by now if it wasn't a trait that chickens are naturally territorial when it comes to newcomers.
>>1448877>>1448813still lurking.enjoying this dudes choices. supporting
>>1448813Research: Build a watchtower at the old stockpile site.Action: Breed with poison frogs. Bring the community together with song
back from the death , tell me a quick rund down my dear frogs
>>1449199Eyyy fat frog
>>1449199>>1449212EyyyySomeone decided to make singing a thing and wasted a joy boost. Cuz immediately after that we found poison froggy bros, but it made 1/2 the population uneasy
>>1449255Poison frogs?Good.... good indeed...Ok lets get this shit done , lets form a new area for the poison frogs , and let elect a new chief that will remplace the old one of the poison frogs , pupeting them.Also ,do the boy scouts shit
>>1449291In the current tribes? Yes, as each may contain as many anons as want to join. However there shall only be as many tribes as OP creates / allows. So for now, only three to choose from.
I would like to join the rabbits
>>1449261Elections happen at winter. Its literally set in stone
>>1449359ooo yeah rigth rigth , but , if we dont want a civil war we should at least get one of the frogs of the type that didnt won as a ... second minister or smething like that?
>>1449363I dont think anything happened that would cause that
>>1448856If we don't invent Chickenscratch, what will prescriptions be written in?Action: Send a search party out into the lands heading eastwardResearch: Develop a written language, to increase economic and sociocultural permanence of knowledge.
Follow up, we found the Frogs, right? Did we ever come to any sort of trade agreement or are we just benevolent neighbors who know of one another? Frogs, how would you feel about gaining some of our wood in exchange for some of your mud brick technology? Layering mud brick and wood is way sturdier than either alone, and allow your watchtower to be higher (and our wall to be more impressive, and potential roads to last longer).Chickens, frogs, thoughts?
>>1450448We should be killing the frogs, not trading with them. Also, our logs are for building walls and important things. We shouldn't trade them for things we could make ourself.Also, we should look into mining, quarries and rock gathering, shape some of the already existing axes to better go through stone and replace however many get converted
>>1450448Neat idea.United we can beat the herbivore bunny scourge. Next turn?
>>1450434We should probably try to make wooden chariots driven by spiders, that way we can improve our transport abilities and not wait for spiders to get bigger. We don't even need charriots thinking about it sleds would be better for now since we don't have the wheel. They would be slow but faster than just going on foot until spiders are bigger.They will also improve our combat abilities. We are falling behind the frogs and the bunnies
Bunnies improve their primitive bows as much as they can with their current resources. The bows last longer, and the grass-string is thicker, though not exactly flexible and not as easy to pull back. Education is started for the youths. Lesson plans are written in stone tablets of the tunnel walls, and include the basics of digging, scouting, farming, crafting, and foraging until they come of age where they will be assigned a role more specific.
Frogs finish catamaran construction. They are happy with the mobile homes. A tower is being erected on land. It will take some time to complete. Poison frogs are being breed into the community. More poison frog offspring are soon running around. Frog tensions seem to ease by the tadpoles presence.
>>1450814We have no mood meter
Chickens invent a way to express their language by marking their wooden posts with their beaks in certain shapes. They also send a party to scout east.> 1-25: Get Lost> 26-50: Trek east but make way back> 51-100: Find Bunnies
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>1450818>>1450822>>1448877Good suggestion, gonna open it up to the playershttp://www.strawpoll.me/12948880
>>1450822>>1450831Chickens find it tough traversing through the thick jungle, and end up circling back to where they came from.
>>1450746Also we should probably get our spiders to make a few webs to capture insects
Frogs I suggest a tadpole nursery for the young. It can protect them and teach them classroom style.They can learn the ways of scouting and fishing.I also suggest that our explorer frogs that found the poison tribe write down survival techniques on tablets
>>1450848I like what froggo said , so he has my votealso what is our to do list?
>>1450805I suggest this unless another bunny has a better ideaResearch: Invent the wheel so we can attach them to our wood baskets and create carts for more efficiency and carry load. These could be either pulled by bunnys or our beloved sheep.Action: Expand the farms to encompass a much larger stretch of the river shore. After all one can never have to much food and us bunnys are the best around when it comes to growing it.
I suggestResearch: Invent spider drawn sleds for transportationAction:Have the spiders make webs in the jungle to capture insects
I dont see an anchor
>>1450979we havent developement those froggo
>>1450981I mean OPs anchor post, ya goof
>>1450985i knew , it was a joke
>>1450988Our to do list is about the same as what I wrote a while ago in thread 2We could also make better relations with chickens by trading wood supplies for bricks and improving our structures.I kinda also wanna explore tge lake. Send a group of divers out. Maybe we can tame some freshwater snek mounts
Set up a discord for those who want https://discord.gg/R6zcWanchor
>>1450998Research:We bring in some lilypads to build a school for the tadpoles and use a boat tp build a hut for the young ones growing their limbs.Action: The explorers from the poison frog expedition write down their survival techniques and experiences on slabs. Hopefully this gives an exploration bonus to rolls.
>>1450998 use this if the the other one doesn't workhttps://discord.gg/r36b7By
>>1450995yes , trade whit chickensif things go well , we migth be able to get chicken workes if we need extra hands
Chickens create sleds from wooden slabs and have spiders draw them with twine leads. It is good for transporting large amounts of resources, especially wood.Chickens train spiders to make web traps in the forest to capture insects. The population growth rate increases as a result.
Other chickens, I say we should research the wheel to make our sleds even better. Make stone wheels.For actions, should we focus on offensive power or defense?
>>1451065I would say we go on the defensive
Frogs take a turn to focus on the young tadpoles. The first School is created, and the institution is open to all tadpoles. A set of dorms is created on shore for those tadpoles growing into full frogs.The scouts who discovered the poison frogs are asked to write their experiences so that travel through the jungle will be easier. Scouting rolls will be adjusted to account for this.
>>1451065we are plotting in the discord, hop on in if you have time! We're prioritizing silk utilization, parliamentary implementation, trade pacts etc(ps name change)
>>1451065Action wise, I recommend learning Ribbetese now that we have a system of writing we can compare to the frogs. It would make diplomacy easier than an axe to the face.
Bunnies find that by slicing their logs and making a hole in the center, they can have a way to move things easier than carrying them. They start with small buckets attached to wheel and axles, making it much easier to carry items.They also expand the farm out, increasing their growth rate a lot more.
>>1451093I'm also for learning ribbetese
welll , i propouse we make that sweet trade whit the chickensalso research fire , even if we are frogs we need the fire
>>1451112Action: Send an envoy north to the frogs to learn Ribbetese well enough to teach the rest of the chickensResearch: We need the wheel to improve our sleds
>>1451132shit , yeah , trade later , we need to know chickenalso as we cant trade whit them , make the watch tower , i want to start the kingdom of frogs
>>1451112Research: The bunnys seeking even greater food production learn to create fertilizer from rotting food and other waste to aid their farms.Action: The bunnys scout out for more animals they can use like a beast of burden or something rideable.
Chickens send a scout to learn ribbetese. When she returns, after an extended stay, she will bring back wooden plates of all the vocabulary that the frogs use in speech.The chickens also create wheels, and primitives stick them on their sleds. The flat platforms can now pull resources much easily, but needs careful surveillance to make sure they don't fall apart.
Your discord invite expired. Wut?
Rolled 16 (1d100)Bunnies send scouts to find beasts of burden. They also learn how to make use of rotting food as fertilizer, adding a great boost to population growth rate.> 1-50: No animals> 51-75: One animal type> 76-100: More than one
>>1451234>https://discord.gg/r36b7By>>1451236Although the bunnies may be good scouts, the prairies are a large place. Maybe they'll have better luck next time.
>>1451112Action: Frogs decide to go exploring in the lake and under its waters. They send an expedition of normal and poison frogs up northwest. Maybe they can find mounted beasts as well?Science: While playing games the frogs were playing with nets. The frogs found a cool new way to throw small projectiles fuether than their froggy limbs could. They invent the sling.
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>1451271Frog scouts are sent to explore the lake. Their natural abilities in the water allow them to scout areas quicker, so provides them a bonus in scouting underwater.They also invent a sling using nets and small rocks. The sport is added to the games they usually play.> 1-25: Nothing> 26-75: Something ok> 76-100: Something terrific
>>1451304 thought I could do the bonus added in options but guess notEven with the bonus of +10 to scouting in the lake, the frogs manage to not find anything. Better luck next time.Anchor
>>1451309Science: Frogs request to trade writings with chickens and learn each others languages.Action: Expand lilypad village
>>1451309Action: Chickens decide to use some of our excess lumber to craft more coops for our population to prevent overcrowding. Research: With the cold season coming at some point, chickens dedicate time to finding ways to stay warm (fire)
>>1451309Action: Begin construction of a stone bridge across the river with our knowledge of stoneworking. This is done in the hopes we can spread further once the bridge is completed.Research: The bunnys research basic medicine
Chickens craft more coops with their excess lumber to support growing population.Fire is discovered. It will be a great aid in the cold months to come.
Frogs requested a trade for chickenscratch wood plates in order to learn chicken language. It will take them a while to learn and interpret the symbols, but the school are already incorporating them in their classes.The village is also expanded to encompass the growing population.
Bunnies build a bridge across the river. It will take a while. Bunnies enter the realm of medicine by mashing roots together with tomatoes to make a healing salve. As this decreases the frequency of death, the rate of population growth is increased because of this.The other bunny colony is slowly adapting the arts of agriculture the capital has used.
>>1451512Action: Chickens begin actively harvesting silk from the spiders, gathering skeins of raw silk.Research: Cuisine! Dried foods to store for winter, bread from crushed seeds and insects, cured bug jerky and more! It's time to live a little and not need to forage every day with mama hen.
>>1451512Research: We must delve even deeper into the world of medicine! The bunnys will seek to learn as much of their bodys as possible so they can better understand how to treat themselves.Action: The bunny capital once again has a overabundnace of citizens. So its decided 70 bunnys are going west along the river to set up another colony.
shit i dont have many ideas so what if we do this:Research: frogs see that poblation gets bigger so they start to count them and developement a basic way of maths (?)Action: Frogs go to search for animals to take or tame
>>1451588>>1451512love it, +1
Bunnies transcribe the most common bunny diseases in stone so they can record how to treat it. This knowledge increases their vitality once more.Bunnies set out west along the river to establish another colony. The bunnification of the plains increases the avenues any scouts can take into the plains.
Chickens begin to harvest silk. It is soft, smooth, and strong material that can be used in various ways. They also take their newfound fire and start cooking spitfire bugs. Its a delicacy that provides a boost in population growth sorry chickens, your cuisine turns asked for a little too much innovation, so I had to choose one
Rolled 45 (1d100)Frogs scout animals to take or tame. Their survival tactics improve their chances to find something in the forest.Frogs keep a public record of their population. It is useful to understand demographics, citizenship, and keep the community closer together. (trust me, it'll get useful further down the road to civilization)+5 boost due to survival techniques> 1-50: No animals> 51-75: One animal type> 76-100: More than one
>>1451753Sorry, frogs, you were close but you couldn't find any animals this turn.All the tribes notice cold breezes in the air. Its a wonder whether it is just a cold day or if more are to come.anchor
>>1451753well shitAction: send some frogs to colonizate the space beteewn the frog and chicken tribe , this place will work as commercial city.Research: fire
>>1451764As soon as that grass frosts over it's NEW BOSS TIME>>1451764Fire is good, we'll need it.Maybe we can make baked clay soon enough.
>>1451762Action: Select 12 chickens to scout southward for a suitable settlement location, then develop it into a farming outpost with a cart loaded with a supply of seeds, wood and 3 spiders. (This may take rolls and turns to complete understandably)Research: Dictatorship is great, but the Alpha hen decides to let the people appoint representatives to advise her and lessen the load of governing as one hen. Research republic governing systems to elect governors from the main colony and farming outpost.
>>1451772hey fat frog , any suggestion for what to do next?
>>1451779Yeah, I do suggest we get to working on fire.Also though, I suggest we set up the colony and then build a road from Chicken Land, to our colony, to Bunny Land.Then we'll all be connected, and we'll control the major highway between all nationalities.
>>1451762Research: The bunnys learn to dry their foods so they can store away excess food before it rots. Action:a sort of underground Pen that can be accessed via a sloped ramp is made so we can put our livestock in shelter whenever theres danger or weather conditions are bad.
>>1451784>bunny landnah , lets focus on the chickens , they seem to be the closest allys we have for now plus , we had been planing a trade route , this city will improve that
Bunnies learn to dry their foodstuffs of all water after noticing that juicier foods rot the fastest. The storage space is stocked with dry food.Bunnies build a pen for their sheep to protect them from what they believe might be an oncoming cold season.
Chickens scout south to settle a town where they will develop it solely for farming. The proceeds of these foods are transported back into the capital over time when the farm is fully developped.The alpha hen expresses desire to have helping ministers with his administration. Governors look over the farming outpost and main city and a system is created to elect these over time.
Frogs send frogs south to make a trading town so its easier to trade stuff with the chickens. They struggle to adapt to the relatively drier circumstnaces, and sustain on dried foods imported from the main city. They are constructing land catamarans to use as huts.Frogs also discover fire. There is fear of it burning the catamarans, so it is set on shore, far from the wood boats.
>>1452329Research: The bunnys learn mathematics to keep track of things better like our large population and help when it comes to measurements for building.Action: The bunnys wanting to create a structure they can properly see and admire while also helping to keep the Bunnys safe decide something. They set some bunnys to work on a castle-like structure out of stone above the core area of the burrows. That way they can always have a good view of the planes while having a bastion to stay in.
Chickens, we should begin looking into armoring, could we harvest the spider webs that stick and make attach bark plates on the outside, while keeping regular silk plating the inside? Like a wooden lorica segmentata
>>1452546Dropped name, also, by silk plating I mean we should make a regular shirt of spider silk, layer sticky webbing on the outside of the shirt, then attach overlapping wooden plates on the on top of that. Maybe add holes to thread the wood into the first layer of shirt so the plates wouldn't slide off when they get hit.
>>1451753>>145176245+10 is 55 we found 1 animal. You forgot to add our survival bonus
>>1452592That only applies if you're inside the lake, because you swim very well.
>>1452329Action:Using existing boat technology the frogs create buckets to carry water, young and other important things.Research: Trade town and Lilypad town work together to make a more efficient water system. Using clay and wood they start to build a above ground pipe system>>1452605Oh dang.
bunny >>1452516frog >>1452612chicken n/a
>>1452329Research: Wooden lorica, as described in>>1452546>>1452580Action: scout around for a place were we can collect stone, such as a cliff face or cave.
>>1452972Frogs use existing boat technology to create buckets. Carrying tadpoles, water, and fish has never been easier.A pipe is being extended into Trade Town. It will take a while to finish.
>>1453419Fixed pop count
Rolled 84 (1d100)Chickens form a wooden shirt by linking several axe-split logs by twine. It is quite heavy to wear, but offers pretty good protection from physical damage.Chickens scout for a cave, cliff, or any place that they can gather stone. > 1-25: Nothing> 26-75: Find a boulder> 76-100: Find a stone source
>>1453472Chickens find a cave. Fortunately they have fire so they can explore and mine, but have to carry stones as their tools are not capable of breaking stone.
Bunnies start making a stone fort. It will take many days to finish.They also learn to record a language for the concept of counting, to keep track of their resources easier. It is quickly incorporated into the education of the youths.anchor
Frogs and Chickens we must unite against the Bunny threat.
>>1453649why you think i made that city?
>>1453532Research: Invent the pulley, this should aid us with our current construction projects and speed them up by allowing us to lift extremely heavy materials into the air to stack onto our buildings.Action: Try to find beasts of burden/rideable animals again with scouts from the 3 Bunny Villages. One day we'll get lucky and find them so we can make use of them on our farms.
>>1453649>>1453698Fuck you, you just want the chicken race to weaken themselves so you can stab us in the back.To any other chickens, I say that we shouldn't help the frogs if they attack the rabbits, but if the rabbits attack the frogs then we should make frog-chicken trade town a peaceful buffer zone for refugees.>>1453532Research: Modify our hoes to better break stoneAction: Outfit some strong warriors with the most blunt axes and the armor, tell them to fight, but don't kill. Take notes of the armors short comings and modify if needed. (If that is too researchy, then lets start regular combat drills and sparring/wrestling regularly)
>>1453780We wouldn't want to stab our allies in the back. Look at how fast the rabbits populate, they're like vermin that need to be destroyed lest they destroy us!
>>1453780To clarify about the trade city statement, I'm suggesting that we move a armed force to the town, set up fortification, and communicate with the rabbits that the town is a neutral town under the protection Chicken Empire, and wait until the war is over before heading out.If the rabbits win and destroy the frogs, we should build a artificial river from the natural lake closest to inside the forest leading to a artificial lake fairly deep inside the forest (to hide them from further extermination) and resettle the remaining frogs there. My reasoning behind this is not only to keep frog players in the game but also to get a client/puppet state for experimenting and cannonfodder in our armies.OP, how long do you plan to run this game? And also, is exploring outside the island allowed? Maybe we are in a archipelago and there are other tribes around us?>>1453910True, but any war at this stage would be a total bloodbath, with large casualties on both sides, and you frogs have much better chance of not being torn apart, as you have non-stationary housing, the chickens, however have very little in the ways off defense, us joining a war you start for almost nothing is stupid... However, if you were to help us construct a strong wall and slide us some good tech/tools, we would be actually gaining something. On the other side of the coin, there are other ways to kill them, insinuating and arming a rebellion them or giving them a plague is always options you could look into.
>>1453971Fair point. We need to introduce a disease that will slow their breeding. We could also fuck their water supply
>>1453971Fuck, I just realized how many spelling/grammar mistakes I made. It's 1am and English is not my native language. I promise I am not retarded.
>>1454032I'm dead too so don't feel too bad, but I think we should bring our talks of war into the discord
>>1453971you can do whatever you want buddy theres no endgame. Im running as long as i can, probably gonna be less frequent sometime between next week and week after because work
Also, frogs, we are waiting on you to progress
>>1453780I agree with the research better tools to deal with stone. I contest the action - war games won't serve any purpose. We have no enemies right now, and we're behind a wall with decent armor. I propose Research: Stone-working toolsAction: Expand our storage area and work to fill it to the brim with foodstuffs for the cold season.
Is it too late to join? For the bunnies, over population, scarce resources, moral, research, digging and development speed and rising tensions of the other clans possibly attacking can all be solved with a small restructuring of the education system Bunny's start with basic education of how the different sectors of the burrows work and basic survival and farming, they then proceed to spend a set amount of time in the different sectors, starting with digging tunnels and farming, as to have the largest initial workforce for development of agricultural land and tunnel networks between cities. They are now at peak fitness and move to foraging and scouting as to have a constant flow of resources into the burrows aswell as pruning weaker stupid bunnies, so only the smartest and strongest return for the next stages, continuing until the last stage of crafting, where they use their experiences and understanding of the entire burrow society to create the most useful and efficient tools. They can then move between sectors as they wish. This will allow fast development with the initial large workforce, being kept in line by the more experienced, aswell as ensure only best reproduce, accelerating the evolution of the bunnies, aswell as keeping moral high as the system is viewed as a right of passage and sense of brotherhood , allows constant breeding and the older bunnies to be mentors. Allows freedom later and fast tech development and for the strongest to always be present in the burrows to defend if the other clans try something stupid. The council will also have the most experienced to replacement should they die, ensuring longevity of the burrow community We should also build a trade tunnel between the bunny cities and to key locations around the island for fast safe travel Actions: change education system to a progression system and build trade highway to connect the cities
>>1454697Never too late to join. We are currently waiting for the frogs to wake up and take their turn so we can progress.
>>1454697Come join the discordhttps://discord.gg/XSk6P
>>1453532Action: Both frog communities realize the importance of water for the trade town. They place more manpower to finish it a little quicker.Research: The trade town frogs realize they need to keep moist as long as possible. They adapt the local flora into a more-covering clothing that retains wster and obsorbs moisture better to lessen the need to soak in water as often.
>>1454697I'd argue against this course of action personally. As it stands the three tribes populations are thus:Frog - 152Chicken - 114Bunny - 308Their growth rates per turn, relative to the size of their population are thus:Frog - 0.046%Chicken - 0.070%Bunny - 0.103% The primary strengths of the bunnies as of this time is their numbers (they outnumber either tribe at least two to one or in the case of a alliance, 15 bunnies to every 13 enemies), having the only ranged weapon and the fact that the burrows are easily defended. Along with the fact that no other tribe has actually found them yet thanks to lucky or unlucky dice depending on how you look at it.Your method prioritises "quality" over quantity yet does it in an inefficient way by eliminating useful population. The current method ensures a well-educated and large population, whereas your results in a smaller more "spartan" style of education. This system is a major problem if we ever get into a war as it will be harder to replace losses.It is more logical to continue our current methods of education and to just focus on making our burrows into a fortress if we want to resist attacks. It is more efficient to continue with the current method of establishing new towns with our population to deal with the overcrowding. It is more morale efficient to not have peoples children dying in some trials and instead have them sent off to found a new colony.Also, the bunnies don't have scarce resources of any kind. They have had some of the best luck when it comes to resources in this game so far. With their sheep, crops, trees and such.As to research it isn't aided by killing population. Especially by your methods. As a individual who might be great at math would fail in your system, a individual who would be a great doctor or engineer or writer would fail. Hell even a good blacksmith could fail in your system because they were a shit farmer or survivalist.Digging speed is determined by our available workforce, tools, the size of the project and their skills / fitness. Is it more efficient to have twenty decent diggers or fifteen good ones?However a network of trade tunnels or underground highways is a good idea and at the very least I can agree they would be a good use of resources.
>>1453997we have poison frogs
>>1455164Ok well that's fair I'd agree with you there, not so great upon closer inspection, that said simply due to the increase in individuals, I think it's easy to see that the bunnies should be able to advance faster & safer than the other 2, should they be properly managed simply due to more individuals.Another idea as to how, how about the bunnies specialize afterwards into what they're best at, so we'd have all the best crafting bunnies together, best digging bunnies together etc in order to make the whole thing more efficient, then maybe add little sub group competition to encourage innovation within the expertsIn addition to trade tunnels & undeground highways, imo it might be good to add offshoots to plenty of other places in order to employ ambush/surprise/vietcong/guerrilla tactics if battle ever comes
Can I have my cat tribe, yet?
Ok so what if we do this:Research: frogs in the town need to keep themselfs wet so they start making clothes that can preseerve the water of they bodyes longerAction: frogs focus on the pipe system
>>1455262That is a better use of our resources, division of labour is the most effective use of labour in almost all cases and will result in higher efficiency.The primary goal of the bunnies should be the development of defensive weapons (shields and spears) and fortifications (towers rising out of burrows, gates and checkpoints in the tunnels). As their lands all ready contain everything they need to live quite comfortably. This along with continued economic developments like road-tunnels between colonies and possibly some innovation regarding materials. As we are currently only using stone, even copper would provide a massive increase in utility, durability and re-usability (metal can be melted into new shapes). One more thing, bunnies should make sure to invest heavily into medicine (to avoid disease becoming a problem), architecture (safer tunnels), food preservation / production (less population needed in the fields and more resilient to droughts and sieges) and tool-making (quicker tunnel digging).
Research: chickens will research genetics, more specifically they notice how naturally stronger parents will make strong babies and use that to their advantage
>>1455271I literally did exactly what you just said a few hours ago. Read the thread, dude.>>1455134
>>1455323Not genetics sorry I meant selective breeding, and I meant this for the spiders not the chickens but that works too
>>1455266If i add another tribe, its definitely not gonna be a cat
>>1455356I have been lurking in the threads, but I would be so down for coastal octopi
>>1455379That would be cool
>>1455379>>1455389Clearly either beavers, otters or lobster people would be better. That or savage ferret people who hunt rabbit people.
Rolled 97 (1d100)Bunnies makea pulley system to haul larger stones up while building their fort. This saves time on production, especially when the building gets higher. Tireless work is being put each day to chip stones away and deliver them to the surface to build up. Beams are also put to prevent tunnel collapse by the additional weight.Population pressure is experienced once more in the capital.The bunny scouts venture forth once more. With two additional bases being close to each other, the scouts have more area to scout from and add a +4 boost (+2 per village in close proximity)> 1-25: Nothing> 26-75: One type of beast> 76-100: Two types of beasts
>>1455432So we got 101. OP I think your table lacks a thing for this...can we get three please?
>>1455432Bunnies find a herd of buffaloes and fast antelopes. While the bunnies can catch up to the buffaloes, and tame them quickly, the antelopes are very nervous and are difficult to capture. At least now since the scouts have found the antelope grazing spots you know where to find them again.Two buffaloes are brought back to camp.
>>1455442lol nice tryfrogs focus all their possible efforts into creating the pipe system. Even then, it will still take a number of turns to complete.The develop a type of clothing that makes it easier to trap moist water for frogs travelling beyond the lake. Though it dries after a while and gets sticky, the frogs are able to tolerate leaving their home village more.
>>1455453I'll update the pipe drawing next turnChickens finally record all ribbetese alphabet, vocabulary, and syntax. Chickens alter their stone hoes to be sharper. They use it to mine stone in the cave they found. The storage area is also expanded for the coming winter month. It is quickly being filled with the fruits from farming and hunting.anchor
>>1455472Action: Send 20 chickens to settle in a good location around the mine cave to better supply workers with food and make harvesting stone more convenient.Research: Mining techniques and tools to more effectively mine in the cave
>>1455472Research: The poison frogs are... poisonous. Sometimes base frogs get sick by them. The continue good relations they develope medicine to resist them amd other natural causes around them.Action: Scout the lake. We have had a few bad trips, but that means we know where not to look. They explore further using their boat and send diving teams to accompany. Materials, mounts, beasts. They want to find Anything
>>1455472Assuming no actual bunny controllers come along, I'll act as a substitute for now.Research: Develop better carts / wheelbarrows.Action: Establish additional colonies, away from the other tribes.
>>1455516I would suggest we should work on expanding our burrows in the capital to make our centre of power stronger.the research is sound though
>>1455516I was just about to post something similar. With buffalos we can really make use of much bigger carts and we needed the extra colony. Next turn we could maybe start the network to connect all our colonys and research could be to improve our stone architecture to be safer and more durable?
We still don't have ranged weaponry right?It would really suck if we got back stabbed or attacked and our only hope of protection is us running out of the wall instead of sniping on it...
Congrats frogs, you have the range advantage...
Research: Develop a better understanding of fire, develop pottery using clay from underground, develop cookingAction: Begin work on tunnels connecting the coloniesWe now have buffelo milk, water & many many crops + a large population, cooking will allow more robust & nutritious meals that can last longer, as well as developing a better understanding of fire will be very useful in future tech & for things like fire arrows etc. not really a risk to us since everything else is made of stone & dirt which isn't flammable
>>1455564it'd also be good for metallurgy later on, we're bound to be digging up huge amounts of metal, clay & other processable materials we can use to improve bunny living
>>1455564You cant build pottery and cooking in 1 turn. Thats 2 research actions
>>1455598You have a point.
hmm I see two bunny actions, gonna wait for now.>>1455496>>1455485frogs and chickens agree on these?
>>1455618>>1455516At the moment a majority seems to agree with this one unless some other bunnys show up and support the other one.
>>1455618Chickens agreed on the need to better our mining capabilities in discord, yep. Richard and Alpha Chicken weighed in on that :)
Chickens send a settlement to operate the mines and develop mining techniques to mine stone better. They have to burn a lot of wood to bring torches in, as they burn out quick. As a result, they aren't able to mine to deep without more wood.
Frogs develop an antidote for tree frog poison by using fish oils mixed with some lake weeds. They also scout the lake with boats and a diving team. A +10 bonus is added due to their swimming abilities.> 1-25: Nothing> 26-75: Something ok> 76-100: Something terrific
Suggestion:Research: charcoal or something else slow burning or spearsAction: reinforce walls with stones from the mine
>>1455687That was for chickens
>>1455690It's on our to-do list. :) If you join the Discord we've got some priorities planned out we've discussed
Rolled 3 (1d100)Bunnies split their growing population even more. They also improved their wheelbarrows and carts.>>1455682rolling
>>1455702Even with the bonus, the lake did not produce anything of unique use, sorry frogs, better luck next time.
>>1455704like irc or teamspeak but not shitty. https://discord.gg/NnA9tuFyou can also visit it in a browser :)
>>1455702Research: Develop pottery to carry crops & materialsAction: Start construction on underground trade highways between the coloniesAlso, need to come up with names for the new colonies, i'm no good with puns though
>>1455682I say we do thisResearch:woodmaking , so we can start working on wood and make good and strong buildingsAction: Go to hunt
>>1455702I'll suggest thisAction: Begin construction of the underground highway between our colonys.Research:Improve on our masonry so our stone structures like the tunnels and buildings will be stronger and better.>>1455712We really dont need pottery at the moment I feel seeing as we've been carrying everything using baskets and wood buckets well for awhile now with no problems, not to mention we recently made proper carts and wheelbarrows. Also come join the discord so we can communicate easier.
>>1455702Action: The chickens send a trade delegation to the frogs to ratify our agreement:Chickens provide lumber in exchange for the frogs providing clay bricksBoth clans will contribute to building a trade route between our capitalsResearch: Charcoal production to better our mining and heat/light capabilities in general.
Every tribe finds on a particularly cold night, frost flakes are coming. They fear that by tomorrow, the season will come.anchor.
>>1455717wait , change go hunting Lets make more houses in the land whit the mud bricks
Okay winter is coming. Time to prepare the bunnies for this time of death and cold.Our burrows protect us from most of the cold, as ground temperatures very rarely drop once you get two or three meters below the surface. So our primary problems will be food and feed for the sheep.Another potential problem will be that our people might get a bit stir crazy being stuck in the tunnels most of the time so this would be a good time to develop our culture: plays, music, art and so on. This will also be a great period for us to focus on producing as many tools and burrows as we can to support our growth after the winter months.
>>1455745Seeing winter is finally here the bunnys change their plans.Research: The bunnys learn to make charcoal from their wood so they can have a better and longer lasting fuel sourceAction: With the bunnys settling in for winter inside their burrows they decide to start making their tools in mass so everyone will be able to have one, this'll range for everything we have.
>>1455786>>1455772this, the fire should be useful for underground living, looking forward to a bunny culture rising in the spring
>>1455804Fire is dangerous to use underground, as it consumes oxygen. It could be rendered safe by creating "pipes" connecting to the surface to draw oxygen in and dispose the carbon but we would need to be very careful about it.Also, we are essentially dwarves. Shitty dwarves but dwarves.
>>1455812I wouldnt worry about it. Our rabbit burrows are built so air can ventilate and light could enter so I doubt we'll die from smoke inhalation.
>>1455812We could try having dedicated fire rooms around each colony with a massive chimneys, where all the cooking, metallurgy etc happens, & radiates its heat throughout the burrow, and can heat up stones while at it to act as victorian style radiators in other burrow parts while cold. Or have it all in the above ground buildings?
>>1455816Not smoke inhalation. Lack of oxygen.If the fire burns and consumes all of the oxygen, then the burrows will die.It can happen even on the surface in real life, like during the blitz on London, the Germans used fire bombs which were so effective at consuming the available oxygen, it actually acted like a tornado dragging in more and more air from the world around it at such a rate as to deny those around it oxygen.
>>1455821That would be safest.
>>1455826Sure then, we can address that problem by using the other rabbits idea next turn.
>>1455829Only problem is it's a dead giveaway to the other colonys, they'd finally know of bunny kind
>>1455839They'd still need to spend a turn to find us and even then might not succeed.Also, we are currently building a massive castle style structure above our central burrows in the capital. So they will be able to see us anyway.
Chickens learn than burning wood while suffocating the flames could produce charcoal. It can be used to excavate deeper in the mines, potentially uncovering deep resources.They also form a trade agreement with the frogs in the trading village. Once every couple of days, a wagon cart drawn by a spider takes wood and brings back bricks.
Bunnies also discover charcoal. The tunnels are lit for the coming winter.Extra tools that may be necessary are also constructed in mass at Bunny Capital.
Frogs quickly construct a house on land, stalling pipe construction temporarily, to find a place for the non-hibernating frogs. They also work on learning carpentry skills, and are finally fluent in chickenscratch.
>>1455867Research: Improve understanding of fire & fire techAction: Construct fire rooms with large chimneys in the colonies for heat
>>1455909in the burrows*I'm thinking things like matches, how different fuels can make it last longer (charcoal, oil etc), how to reignite flames from cinders, how oxygen effects it etc. Basic fire stuff that's required for later things
>>1455916Matches would be near impossible with our current resources. Besides that all of those things would be possible.
>>1455889Research: how to make a sauna whit fire , rocks and waterAction: get wood , like a lot
>>1456024Shit forgot name , but i will use this to fix some shit:whit the research of this sauna , we can maitain our frogs alive in the house And whit the wood thing , we can do many stuff , like fire
Research: dartsSome mischevious children were playing around one got excited and picoed up a rather large splinter of wood and hurled it at another child. The wood was shaped in such a way that it flue straight and true, embedding itself in the wall next to the child's head. Dart throwing has quickly become a popular sport and even some young children are pretty accurate with it. Though they play with blunted darts of courseAction: teach all basic survival skills to the children including: swimming, spider handling, and the birds and the bees.
>>1456078build a school? BUILD A SChOOL
Winter has come. New mechanics are introduced> Stockpile - amount of food stored to consume> Scouting can increase your stockpile, but carries heavier risks (i.e. death)> Frogs:>(stockpile: 300) - Most frogs survive underwater and breathe through their porous skin, resting. They do not need to survive off of a stockpile as a result. Some frogs, however, are awake and can perform actions. You may select this number, but they will incur a stockpile penalty.>(scouting penalty) - Due to their cold blooded nature, frogs face significant penalties while scouting (-20)> Chickens:> (stockpile: 3000) - every turn the stockpile will decrease by the population of the chickens. This also includes their livestock. >(scouting penalty) - Chickens are warm blooded and have feathers, but still face some difficulties scouting. Their penalty is (-15)> Bunnies:> (stockpile: 7000) - every turn the stockpile will decrease by the population of the bunnies plus their livestock of three sheep.> (scouting penalty) - Bunnies are by far the most well prepared for the winter. They have the lightest penalty of (-10)Being winter, some frogs prepare campaigns for the chiefdom election tomorrow.anchor. if something doesn't seem fair please comment and I will consider it
>>1456095How long will winter last?
>>1456095Also, growth during winter is returned to what it was in turn 1.
>>1456095Action: The Alpha hen and governors feel the change in the wind and issue a decree that all excess food is to be prepared stored for the winter to actively increase our stores.Research: Additional food preparation, curing and preservation for winter. hopefully something nutrient rich and lasting like dried seeds we can use to make soup or something over the cold months
May the cold, cruel winter fods have mercy on us...please?
Ok so most of the frogs migth sleepThose who are awake tough will need to do stuffAction: A way to keep frogs warm , like , putting a lot of of leafs togheter to make beds for the frogs that are awoken (i think those are the tree frogs) so they keep inside of the house we madeResearch: how to make pots and bowls , and stuff whit mud you know?Also OP , if all the frogs are hibernating , then i guess... dont do anything and let them hibernate?
>>1456095question - our population keeps growing, but what about deceased? or is the population growth already accounting for the dying of others?
>>1456095If stockpile means food I think the frogs have a larger advantage with the underwater netting system. They would never run out unless the ocean got blocked off.Aside from that the scouting penalty makes sense despite that frogs roll shitty scouting rolls to begin with.
>>1456157Pop growth accounts for deceased. Pos growth means more are born than dead, neg growth vice versa>>1456140You have stockpile 300, if winter is thirty turns you can have ten frogs active all the way until winter ends and not need to worry about the hibernating ones.
>>1456140>>1456147Why did you build a house when you had a fully fumctional tower a few feet away?I agree with beds and pottery tho. That makes sense
Okay, I just did some rudimentary math. To see how well the bunnies are prepared for winter.To put it simply, our stockpile just about covers our expected growth for the winter months leaving 1600 units of stock for the rest of our population which they run through in just 4 days.
>>1456208We can send out a group to gather the last of the grass from the meadows before it dies to bolster our stores with hey, then research cooking to extend the life of our stores, and then later If push comes to shove we can go looking for underground mushrooms, and look for other food
>>1456208In fact I think I will show the math just to make sure I am making no mistakes.There are 409 bunnies. These require food for 30 days. So:409 times 30 = current population's food consumption = 12,270 unitsThen we account for population growth, which is 12 on turn 1 and occurs over the 30 days. So:12 times times 30 = population growth = 360 bunniesThen we calculate their food consumption, which is half of the population growth (360 / 2 = 180) as for the first 15 days there are less than half and for the final 15, more than half. So:360 times 0.5 times 30 = population growth food consumption = 5,400 unitsThus for the bunnies to just survive the winter they need 17670 units of stock. Which is more than double their current stockpile.I have done some more precise math now, the day we run out of food is 13 assuming I didn't do the math wrong. I will run the numbers again just to be safe.>>1456251That is far too little. We need to more than double our stocks in 13 days.
Do any of the chickens want to hear how doomed they are? I'll state it nice and clear, you run short of food too but by a far smaller margin.
Like the rabbit said.Research: cooking to make our food last longerBut alsoAction:ration the food so nobody is starving but it lasts longer
>>1456253I'm thinking we can remedy this by using an action to start rationing our food and then using research to learn how to grow our mushrooms in our tunnels. It should buy us quite a bit of time. If worse comes to worse it won't be a big loss to send bunnys on scouting missions as when winters over we'll easily regain any lost.
>>1456253We could try the scouting parties I suggested ages ago to bring resources and thin the burrows of the weak...or try invading the other colonies while they struggle Can't bunnies hibernate to consume less?
>>1456274That is not going to help trust me. I said you ran short by a smaller margin but when we need more than double our current stores that isn't saying much.I will be honest, we are both going to suffer greatly in the next few turns unless we can find a winter food source or kill off a portion of our population.>>1456281I hope you are right, though I know you are wrong. I will double check my math to see how long we have but at best I can promise another day...or a day less as it may be.
Is that cannibalism I hear?
>>1456284>We could try the scouting parties I suggested ages ago to bring resources and thin the burrows of the weakWe are not throwing away population but it may be needed. >...or try invading the other colonies while they struggle But we could attempt to invade others for food but we don't know of their existence. Though the same goes for them. However we are aware of the existence of non-sentient antelope we could try and hunt.We might as well kill our buffalo for what little food they shall give and then...oh shit. I forgot to account for the live stock. We need another 5 (two buffalo and three sheep) times 30 units of food. 1500 additional stock.>Can't bunnies hibernate to consume less?In real life? Yes they can. In game? Unless OP says so, nope.Depending on if OP calculates popgrowth and then food consumption or the other way round, our situation gets slightly better. Also if we do the first turn of winter with our current population and then growth kicks in...except that leads to us getting about 5 turns of winter's pop growth in 1 turn.
>>1456306I think surprise raids on the other colonies for their food stores might be more fruitful Although developing cannibalism might be fun...does dirt have any nutritional value?..
>>1456306Do you chickens want an estimate / the numbers on how long you have? Or are you just going to see how it goes?
>>1456333Unless you are a lithovore, no.
Wait how much do the spiders eat?
>>1456326With cooking we could make cheese from the buffalo?
Also, guys join the discordhttps://discord.gg/fhhSt
Chicken's current population: 141. So:141 times 30 = 4230 units of stockProjected growth: 4. So:4 times 30 = 120Projected growth food consumption:120 times 0.5 times 30 = 1800>>1456337I entirely forgot about your spiders, One moment. You have 24 spiders, assuming they consume the same value of stock as a chicken, they will require:24 times 30 = 720 units of stockThus you need 6750 units of stock. More than double your current supply. Would you like to know on what day you run out of food and your population starts dying a painful death?>>1456339That requires we keep them alive. Every turn they are alive they consume 1 stock. This means they are effectively a bunnies worth of resources and as of right now we have no use for them.Also cheese takes a long time to make and isn't something we can just develop out of thin air.
Kill the spiders except for one male and one female then weed out the 5 weakest members of the clan.Kill 5 every two rounds until the food is stable and if the spiders have babies kill the babies and eat them.Not dying this winter.
Just pointing out rabbits take 4-5 days to starve to death, so we could try the old roman method of half the population eats and works 1 day, and plays games to distract themselves while not eating the next, rotating between the 2 effectively doubles our food store aswell as developing a competitive culture and high moral, plus everyone stays alive
Bunnies tinker with fire and with their knowledge start with warming their fireplaces, providing comfort to the homes at the capital city. The stockpile is initially rationed to the citizens of the capital and the livestock. Refugees from the hungrier colonies come over to beg for food. If not fed after three days, they will start dying at a rate of (-4 per day). The same goes for other tribes, but death rates differ.
Okay, I may have gone overboard.
>>1456370Examining your population control efforts...Insufficient. Population growth rate still 1.5 per turn.Suggestion: population needs to instantly be reduced to 98 chickens with 4 being killed every turn after and the two spiders to survive the winter without starvation. Assuming no increase in stockpile.>>1456383Examining suggestion. Extending simulation beyond food stocks by 6 days...population still dies before winters end on day 18-19. Assuming no increase in stockpile.
Every day 30 chickens will go out to get food while the others don't do anything and just sleep all day to preserve energy. All but a male and a female spider are killed and turned into food, and if the male and female have babies wait til they hatch out of their egg sacks and then slaughter all but 2. One male and one female while still rationing.
>>1456386Following my calculations. You were in fact insufficient in your actions. Sadly for you, more must die.>>1456395Op has stated population dies after 3 days of starvation. Correcting for this bunnies all die on day 15-16.
>>1456401Efforts still insufficient. As previously mentioned the stocks you have are less the 50% of what you need. Temporary starvation only helps in the case you fall 2-3 days short which you are far from doing.
>>1456407Yes but we are also collecting food every day so we might run into a jackpot and we eat spiders too. I dont know how much food each spider is though.
>>1456421Assuming your people continue to consume insects, you will run into the problem almost all of them either die off or hibernate.Chances are spiders are not worth much for calories but they will be good for protein.
The spiders are small dog sized or larger so they should be a decent caloric ratio
>>1456431That is only the female spiders, as you have been breeding the male ones to be smaller.
>>1456385Research: cooking to extend food and make it more nutritious Action: the population now eats and works every other day, and plays games and relaxes on the starving days This will half work speed, but atleast double food (not including cooking benefits) and keep everyone alive. Competitive games with friends and family should help keep moral high Any dead should be fed to the animals to stop disease developing and further help the famine
Chickens gather as much leftovers as they can and add it to their current stockpile. They also discover the merits of stewmaking to help warm the bellies of chickens during the cold month. After three days, chickens will start dying at a rate of (-7 per day)
>>1456437That could work for now, next turn we can make mushroom farms in our tunnels to further extend our food supply.
>>1456437These efforts are insufficient and as previously discussed, the 2 day cycle does not help in the long run. Even if you eliminated all of the livestock and population growth you are still falling short of stocks by 5270 stock.However consumption of the dead will slow this problem...but it will not be enough.
What about our searching OP? And also can we have a few chickens in secret chop up the people and add it to the stew so the general populous doesn't know about it and morale won't drop?
Most frogs hibernate underwater. Ten choose to stay above water to protect the tribe and do other actions. The first act they do is try and create pots from their clay. The fire they use cooks up the bowls for carrying delicacies such as flies and dried fish.They also construct beds for themselves in the tower and brick shelter. Moods seemed to lighten for the frog friends.
That was a question not a statement I was along if we could do that
>>1456465I'm just clarifying but I'm wondering if this could work not telling you to do this don't get mad at me chickens
Rolled 51, 100, 51, 68, 94 = 364 (5d100)Before hibernation, the frogs enter a new election for chief! The candidates are on pic related, and the results are finally in!1. Totally not a lizard (+5)2. Froggo (+20)3. Wendifrog 4. Fat Frog (+3)5. obvious pepe the frog joke (+3)anchor
>>1456449Would the same method, but splitting the ration in half work? This would triple the lifespan of the stores compared to daily, but without the moral drop of eating once every 3 days Mushrooms, cooking, cheese,harvesting long meadow grass hey, and feeding the dead to our livestock should make a decent difference too So 1/2, 0, 1/2,0,1/2,0 etc etc
>>1456489Action: Do this method of rationing>>1456491Research: Learn to grow mushrooms within our tunnels to increase our food stores.Any better ideas Bunnys?
>>1456489Action: send our four spider sleds out scouting in different directions to find additional sources of food during winter (acorns, fishing holes, etc)Research: weaving silk into cloth for clothing and blankets
>>1456491>>1456514The problem is that, without sufficient food, the population become weaker, both physically and to disease. Not to mention the fact that at the end of the day, you are running out of calories and nutrients. I can't state for certain if the bunnies would live off of one third of their required intake of calories for a significantly longer period of time. At best it might get you a day or two before they become too weak to do major work.As to the other methods, they might work: Mushrooms would take awhile to grow but would provide more food but admittedly at the cost of potentially causing harm to the population (fungal infections in the lungs and such). Cooking will make what food you have safer and more nutritious but in the end there is not enough. I've already discussed the cheese and how you would be better off just killing the buffalo. The harvesting of the meadow grass might provide a large boost in food but I can't state how much. Lastly, the consumption of the dead should relieve the food stocks slightly.To all other tribes please ignore this next bit:Look, your best bet is to either begin hunting the antelope you found earlier en mass for their meat or raiding the other tribes. The frogs are the weakest for now and it would be smart to take advantage of that but you would need to take a scouting action.
>>1456491On the entertainment day, we can develop a music and art to further keep moral up along with games to prevent rioting, singing, percussion maybe a few wooden wind instruments can easily be made, and chalk dug up can be used on clay pottery and the burrow walls. The tunnels can be full of beautiful burrow ballads
>>1456527Well, it's either that or straight up starve to death in awhile. However these mushrooms are ones we've been growing for a long time. We just haven't grown them underground yet so they wont kill us.
>>1456543In what post did we get the mushrooms?
>>1456549Check the last thread, we got them along with a bunch of other vegtables when we rolled high to find some.
>>1456527I thought the bunny's couldn't eat meat, why hunt antelope? foragers doubling up as scouts to find and raid the other tribes is absolutely on the table if things get alot harder
>>1456558If that were the case we would be at a significant disadvantage.The other two tribes entire food source is meat or insects, if we can't eat them then raiding provides little.
>>1456565The frogs have lilly pads, while the chickens have leafs and beansprouts
OP, why do chickens begin dying in 3 days? Is it the cold or some other reason, if we have enough food for the moment?
>>1456565>and if you try and raid us our children will also dart you in the neck then we'll either eat your corpses or feed them to our hideous,drooling giant spiders
>>1456575To clarify I mean the colonist chickens
>>1456578Again, we don't need to raid you when the frogs are so much weaker.
>>1456585we also are at peace with them so if you wanna fite them we'll fite you.
>>1456601That's nice but you would need to find our homes. Which I would point out is harder for you to do than it is for us.Plus, we can quite happily lose two bunnies for every chicken and come out of this winter with a bigger population. In fact a war with you would do us good in regards to rations.
>>1456521Research silk clothing and blanketsWe finally have ranged weaponry. Although I'm sure it lacks range, it can come in handy if we remember to use the poison from our spiders.
>>1456644It's me, Colonel Chick N SandersAlso, I thought we were preparing for threats, not eliminating them>>1456601>>1456585
eliminating who?and join the discord
hey rabbits you gonna do your turn or what?
>>1456661Next turn we can use our action to make enough silk for all our chickens to keep warm. What should we do about the colonies? Send food out to them? Farm town should have some food but. I feel it's a mistake to give up on them just yet.
>>1456677Assuming none of the other bunny leaders show up, I'll provide a plan:Research: Cooking of all kinds, stews and roasting specifically. Action: Send out parties to hunt the antelope for their meat.
shouldn't they have more food then us though? if they hunker down they'll prolly be fine
>>1456707I already posted one thats connected to the anchor. Although if we decide to do a different thing we could if a majority agrees. However Bunnys are incapable of eating meat.
>>1456718As far as I am aware OP has made no statement as to if we can eat meat or not.I would point out however, that if we can't eat meat, then discovering antelope was a waste of our roll.
>>1456730The starting stats when the civ started showed us as pure herbivores. Take that as you will.
>>1456739You are correct. That means that finding antelope was really a waste of our roll.
>>1456489Oh fug we just got character studied, boys.
>>1456489I vote for Wendifrog-Chan. Seems like a nice guy
>>1456668I don't know, they seemed like they're plotting to do that to someone.Also, how does one join discord?
OP left so it kinda useless buthttps://discord.gg/qpnVda
Oh... games over already?
>>1457156Nah, OP just needs to sleep or something.
>>1456489Did i miss the election? Oh? I won!?
>>1456469Action: Collect stones from the lake floor. If too cold they use nets to pull them up.Science: They combine wood, twine and stone and begin creating stone tools. Pick axes and chisles
Frogs collect stones from the lake floor and learn to fashion them into primitive diggers.
Bunnies implement a ration. Many bunnies are upset, but they live. They also learn to grow mushrooms underground. After enough turns, their stockpile will grow.
Rolled 75 (1d100)Chickens make silk woven blankets and clothing. The warmth eases the hardships of the winter for citizens. A scouting party is sent out as well. (-15 penalty)> 1-3: All scouts dies > 4-6: Three scouts die> 7-9: Two scouts die> 10-12: One scout dies> 13-45: Nothing> 46-70: Find something ok> 71-85: Find something terrific
>>145819175-15 = 60One chicken scout finds a tree filled with acorns. Their stockpile will increase by 85. Nice looking, chickens.anchor
>>1458075Action: 1 frog goes to search food like , fishingResearch:Frogs realize that the wood is a very resisten material , whit a few strings they could attach them to they body and make them an armor
>>1458216Assuming no Bunny leaders show up in a reasonable time:Research: Musical instruments like flutes, harps, maracas or didgeridoos.Action: Send out as many parties as we reasonably can to scavenge additional supplies.
>>1458259I agree with the action but I think we should switch the research to cooking as it'll make our meals more nutritious while also increasing morale.
>>1458268We don't have enough food for everyone, we can have enough music for everyone however.
>>1458276I suppose thats true. Either way a large morale boost now will help later on so we won't need to worry about sudden riots. So we could do music
>>1458295Plus, the evolution of music directly will influence our architecture.
>>1458216RESEARCH:They bust a hole into the side of their home to stack up their rocks and form a chimney and fireplace to make their home more cozyAction: They build a bonfire on top of the tower to keep the camp lit at night and to keep the lookout warm
>>1458558Bro. Fantastic. Im glad we are all characters together
>>1458558>Chickens>muh alliesNani?As far as I know, we just trade sometimes.>>1458216Action:replace the thatch? nesting on the floors of homes with actual wooden flooring.Research: External chimneys/ hearths made of stone. Think of Primitive technology's Wattle & Daub hut video but with extra care to not set our homes on fire.
>>1458404So everyone loses population in the winter regardless?
>>1458916Except frogs. We have a big enough stockpile to survive and can hibernate.
>>1458916Actually I need to redo my calculations for the revised population growth rate. As it is now one quarter of what was previously expected.Redoing calculations: Bunnies can sustain current population plus expected growth with only 13770 units of supply. Instead of the previous estimate of 17820 units of supply. A reduction of 4050 units and just under double the starting stocks.
Rolled 84 (1d100)Bunnies make music from grass flutes to raise spirits. They also send a reasonable number of scouts out to fetch additional supplies. (-10 penalty)> 1-3: All scouts dies > 4-6: Three scouts die> 7-9: Two scouts die> 10-12: One scout dies> 13-45: Nothing> 46-70: Find something ok> 71-85: Find something terrific
>>1459275Sorry, the scale I made was for frogs, the adjusted one for bunnies would be> 1-3: All scouts dies > 4-6: Three scouts die> 7-9: Two scouts die> 10-12: One scout dies> 13-50: Nothing> 51-75: Find something ok> 76-90: Find something terrificMeaning they find something ok. Bunnies return with three frozen berry bushes they found in the far snowy field. Their stockpile increases by 150, being 300 rationed. Good looking, bunnies.
>>1459296grr I mean that scale was for chickensSpeaking of which, chickens use their stocked wood to replace their nested flooring with wood. It'll take at least three turns due to the cold weather. They also research how to make stone chimneys without burning their houses, and first install one inside the Alpha Hen's coop. She clucks in delight.
Frogs build a comfy chimney and comfy bonfire. Lookout frogs are maximum comfy.anchor
>>1459338Action: Frogs put manpower on the pipe to finish it so the trade town doesnt die.Research: Full bowls of water over a fire makes it warm. Frogs can stew bugs, rehydrate dried fish and even found a way to make warm water to bathe in or to simply drink.
>>1459338Research: The bunnys learn that they are able to cook their food, thus making it more nutritious and better tasting.Action:With the Bunnys deep underground a few dig particularly deep in a fit of boredom. Maybe they'll discover something other than normal stone?
>>1459644& hopefully cooking will also extend food supplies by making each bit go further (using leftovers, cooking different parts plants that were previously unedible etc), Instead of digging more, how about just straight metalergy so we can If the chickens don't come thenResearch: Glass for spy glasses & to help insulate housesAction: Build a lookout on top of the tallest jungle trees for scouting
>>1459959We dont have metal yet, thats why I wanted to dig deeper.
>>1459963well you get metal from refining it from dirt before smelting, so we'd need to develop metallurgy to process the excess amounts of dirt into it's composite ores , but ok either way is fine , it's a long winter & we can sort it all out, for now i'm just happy moral isnt in the gutter & we're not starving
Research: Frogs developement a rudimentary tabletop game like chess , this game is more played for those frogs that are common leadersAction: Frogs go to scout for something , whatever they can find , but they do it quickly and whit precaution , so they dont get sick or something
>>1460026>>1459644>>1459525writting in a few
>>1460026I veto that action because we have a -20 in scouting. You will kill us all. Games also do not help us since there is only 10 awake
>>1460060ok so , wath should we do?Maybe start making more weapons?
>>1460060>>1460076I'll wait for frogs
>>1460076>>1459525I posted an action already
>>1460046>>1460108Hold on I'm missing chickens
>>1460134Action: Scout for more foodResearch: Silk socks for our bird feet
>>1459338Research: Chickens use their fallen down feathers and fashion them into another layer of clothing to increase warmthAction: Build more fireplaces
Frogs heat water, useful for cooling of in a stressful winter, and also creating premium fly soup. They also huddle their efforts to try and finish the pipe, but it takes their maximum effort to do one days work.
>>1458558I hope we stay allies>>1460156Nice, I hope we get comfort to boost morale
Not sure if gonna be able to join discord guys, reall sorry bout that...
Rolled 56 (1d100)Bunnies learn to roast vegetables. While this excites the ones who eat, it also deepens their hunger on noneating days. They attempt to mine deeper to see if they can strike something more valuable than rocks.1-15: Nothing16-40: Common Ore41-85: Uncommon Ore86-100: Rare minerals
>>1460216Bunnies find a vein of silver. It is limited, but large enough to excavate. Congratulations bunnies.
>>1460244I look pretty badass.
>>1460216Research: Metallurgy, now we know what metal is, we need to learn to refine smelt & moldAction:Send groups to harvest meadow grass before it dies to make hey & bolster our food stores
>>1460259Sounds good, next turn we could dig some more and hopefully find a strong metal usefull for stuff like tools.
Rolled 35 (1d100)Chickens make cozy silk socks. They are happy, but will be happier once they all have wooden floors installed. They also send a scouting party out to find more food.> 1-15: Scout dies> 16-45: Nothing> 46-70: Find something ok> 71-85: Find something terrific
>>146027435-15=20Sorry chickens, you don't find anything in the cold jungle this turn.anchor
>>1460280Action; Begin making more axes and armor.Research: Are our spiders big enough to ride yet? If so, start learning how to ride. Otherwise, let's add longer shafts to our axes, make poleaxes.
>>1460280Action: Finish the pipes.Research: While letting the pot cook too long they notice the pot starting to molt a little. They begin smelting stones, the heat is soothing. But maybe they can do something with this?
>>1460286Silver isn't good for new tools, BUT it does have anti bacterial properties, so we can use it for wound dressing, as well as paint for art and to make mirrors for burrow parascopes & telescopes
>>1460349as well as obviously being used to learn & develop metallurgy
Chickens make more armors and axes. Its nice work to keep the mind off the winter blues. They also learn to ride spiders, though the spiders are reluctant to ride in the cold.
Rolled 37 (1d100)Despite their knowledge of the stone digging, bunnies will take a little while to make the logical leap from burning silvery rocks to metallurgy. They send more scouts out to fetch grass> 1-3: All scouts dies > 4-6: Three scouts die> 7-9: Two scouts die> 10-12: One scout dies> 13-50: Nothing> 51-75: Find something ok> 76-90: Find something terrific
>>1460653Sorry bunnies, you find nothingbrb, gonna post frogs turn in like half an hour or longer
We did it boys
>>1460653OP I can understand us not suddenly knowing super advanced stuff but is learning how to make basic forges when we have special rooms for fire and quite a bit of knowledge of how fire works already that hard?
>>1460748Really nice art.
>>1460748That is beatiful, my man.>>1460762My approach to that is making a situation as to how or why they would learn it to give OP a sense of belief.
Frogs put stones in heated pots and expect to learn something as well. They also finish the piping system to the town. Water flow is slow due to icy blockage.anchor thats all for today, gonna celebrate mothers day and tomorrow gonna fly to see some folks, so dont expect me to get a lot of post time. Go hug your mothers you fucking autists. I'll be active on discord maybe
>>1461000Action: Make more spears and halberdsResearch: Frogs watch the winds blow some dirty old leaves away. One got caught to their clothing and noticed it floating while anchored to him. They would piece leaves and sticks together and build a primitive kite. Fun AND a marvel.
>>1461086We naval frogs now
>>1461000Action: Establish a supply run to our mining and farming settlements, providing them with enough resources for 5 days each.Research: Insulation & general quality of living improvements for our coops.how many chickens can the towns sustain at bare minimum with the resources they already had stockpiled? or were their stockpiles literally zero to begin with?
>>1463013Can we research applying poison to our darts or making throwing axes?
>>1465840I think you need poison first
>>1465912we also would need darts. the dart action was overwritten because of the start of winter, we don't actually have darts.>>1465840and to answer your question, no. frogs are hibernating. bunnies are stuck in their burrows. we are literally at no risk, we need to research useful things in able to survive rather than working on ways to kill ....who, exactly? We don't even know the bunnies exist yet
>>1465912We have venomous spiders, do we not?
>>1466083They are spiders. No one said venom
>>1465912Thought we already had it, thanks man>>1465918Good point, sorry was tired and couldn't think of anything better to contribute to than troop powerTry researching better roofs to keep the snow and cold out more effectively. Especially since a chimney will come in handy later and cold water leaking through our roof is not good
>>1466602Sorry, forgot username, Chick N Sanders reporting briefly before rest!
>Tfw you've glimpsed only a few of the horrors of then internet while owning a hyperactive imagination>that moment when your coming up with useful innovations and you realized that the truly desperate could try sharing warmth with spider>tfw you realize there are actual people with half spider waifus...
op coming in with updated sheetsfrogs make more halberds and spears, and also invent leaf kites. moods are chill.
>>1466656You forgot pipes on that list. But great job cleaning up
Chickens invent insulation to keep themselves warm. Along with their completed flooring, the chickens are now comfy. Some chickens are sent along with enough food for five days in the mining outpost. The mine is now operable until that time.farm only grew seeds and I have deemed them not growable under winter so did not bother to state that they were sent there. Im operating under the assumption that at Winter time for the chickens, all colonists returned to the capital due to the existing stockpile there.if bunnies dont do turn soon, gonna call it a night.
>>1466816Bummer. I wanted another turn. Oh well
>>1466816Action: Scout out for some more food and stuffResearch: The bunnys discover the wonders of wood/stone furniture such as chairs, tables, etc. Hopefully with these new comfort items morale will increase.
>>1466816oh, well, that works. we chickens appreciate your mercy.
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>1466878Bunnies scout out again. They also work on making comfy benches to rest their sweet, fat, juicy buttocks on.> 1-15: Scout dies> 16-50: Nothing> 51-75: Find something ok> 76-90: Find something terrific
>>146697083-10=73Bunnies find a acorn deposit left by a forgetful field rodent. Their stockpile increases by 120, being 240 rationed. Good looking, rabbits.anchor
>>1466983Action: Chickens scout some more. We're going to need to.Research: With all of the influx of population from the settlements, it's time to get an accurate count of everyone. The Alpha Hen calls for a census. Then, when they find out how fucked they are, they can learn to ration.
>>1466983Action: Lets dig some more, maybe we'll find some more neat stuff like more ore under the stone deep under our home.Research: The Bunnys wanting to be even more comfy advance their furniture skills and learn to make Wool beds and pillows.
>>1466983Research: Frogs use the kite as an inspiration to surprise the sleeping brethren. They begin to build sails to give their boats air guidence.Action: The frogs write down their memoirs of the cold winters. They aid survival tactics by recording experiences and tips.
Research: metal tools Action: build highways tunnels connecting the bunny settlements
>>1467074>>1467597While digging the tunnels, collect all ore along the way
>>1467597>>1467598You dont have smelting, casting or a means to do that
>>1467597At the moment were learning metallurgy over time so we need to wait for metal tools, our normals tunnels for traveling also aren't deep enough to find Ore.
Rolled 3 (1d100)Chickens send a scout and create a public census. > 1-15: Scout dies> 16-45: Nothing> 46-70: Find something ok> 71-85: Find something terrific
>>1467734I'm sorry chickens but your scout seems to have been lost in the jungle and died from frostbite.
Frogs make large kites and begin to record winter survival techniques
>>1467074Bunnies mine out more and make wooly furniture
In their sleep, the Alpha Hen, Chief Froggo, and many Bunny Heads experience a floppy eared creature in their visions muttering some mysterious words. [i] Ho, ho, ho, what a terrible drearynight for the hungry, weak, and most weary!Frogs in the pond, frozen and pondering,Bunnies are starved, their scouts above wanderingChickens in coops, stockpiles reduced,Fearing they might lose their spider friends too!But look to the stars and brace your fair eyesOn OP's delicious and devious prize,A gambit to some, a dare to many,A roll from a dollar the meagerest penny,The risks may be great, but rewards are much greater!A blizzard's a fair bargain for a top favor!'But anon' you ask, although this seems funPerchance the big rollers are greater than one? The funner it gets when you roll in a team!The simple grand total will be a clean mean!I await your response and your furious glee!Tremble in joy before the Wintermas Bunny! [/i]> 1-30: Bad Event*> 31-75: Nothing> 76-99: Remaining winter days cut in half> 100: Saint Bunny grants tribe a wishanchor (with 1d100 if you choose to play) * bunny: disease frog: predators chicken: blizzard
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>1467743Mining Roll1-15: Nothing16-40: Common Ore41-85: Uncommon Ore86-100: Rare minerals
>>1467766Bunnies have copper (20)
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>1467760If we get predators, I will try to make lemonaid from that lemon
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>1467760>forgot name
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>1467760It can't be worse than the last roll.Action: Begin rationing our food with half a ration every day to all citizens, with the sick, young and old receiving full rations.Research: After an accidental bite by a female spider, chickens begin to study the venom, and find that it can be separated. One application is medicinal, being used to numb pain in small doses.
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>1467760
>>1467760Action: With wonter and water survival skills, the frogs hopefully negate that ugly negative modifier and take a sailing catamaran out west to go fishing.Research: They study the fish they eat. Maybe we can learn more about that food source.
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>1467743Action: The Bunnys wanting to be productive work on the bridge a bit moreResearch:The bunnys improve on their stoneworking making for safer and better looking structures
>>1467801RABBITS FOOT STRIKES
Rabbits are officially God's favorite
Also, is all of this quest happening on an island or am did I make that up
By The Great Bunny Jesus, that roll is quite grand!Winter shall now last 12 days in this land! But the game is still open if you choose to play,Just 1d100 in options again!
>>1467824The images OP has posted show an island, yes. Unless that's our clan's understanding of geography that may not entirely reflect reality. reference:>>1456095>>1452329>>1451112
Rolled 74 (1d100)>>1467801Thankyou very much >>1467801Right, I'm going to be away for abit but I've got a few ideas I've been mulling over for you to implement if you get the time Firstly obviously with a shorter winter and our luck finding extra rations, we should be able to dish out a little more to raise moral More importantly next time we need to make a new village from over population, send them down the river to the ocean and start farming seaweed. It grows YEAR ROUND, extremely nutritious, easy to harvest (collect when tide goes out, or use a grappling hook down from a boat to twist and pull it up from the ocean floor). Even inedible varieties make excellent fertiliser for other crop which should further boost food. We can send them down the river to the other bunny towns, and receive metal and wood and other supplies back with boats or carts while we wait for the trade tunnels to finish. Required research: seaweed biology,boats and for our metallurgy to finish Reasons for the bunnies to do this, they discover that wood floats, wander down the river in the unexplored direction come spring after being cooped inside all winter, since they're still hungry from the famine and are looking for sustainable food they try the strange vegetation they discover by the sea. This should mean there's never suffer from winter famine again.So ye, coastal village needs to be added to the to do list
>>1467825So just randomly roll without posting turn?
>>1467876ALSO we can get sea salt to further preserve food and for cooking, we can import sand from the coast for glass for green houses to grow stuff in the winter , insulating fire pits / making the fire rooms safer incase of a poor dice roll, it can be mixed with ground minerals (gypsum not sure what else) to make cement, it can be used as an abrasive to improve crafting quality (shiny jewellery , high accuracy shape for spy glasses, no edges on metal handles etc), and is 1 of the best places for our root vegetables to grow with a little seaweed fertiliser, increasing yield (in addition to green houses, we should put these above the area of our fire rooms where the ground is warm and frost free to further make our crops grow longer into the winter and Bloom earlier in spring). All in all a coastal town has HUGE benefits to food and tech, we can even trade any fish we accidently scoop up to the frogs, or just feed them to our animals, reducing their strain on our food stores. Seriously do this and the elements shouldn't really be a worry again, just things like raids and blight. (set up good trading so we're invaluable and won't be invaded and having a variety of crops across different towns should make blight less impactful)
Running averages so farFrogs: 38Chickens: 39Bunnies: 74Gonna post turns later tonight
>no one else plays frogs
>>1467991Idk, chicken's seem more dead than frogs, although the whole feminizing frogs and religion thing makes them seem abit shit, that said, good will bunny post You live near the coast too, a coastal town would probably do you even better because of the fish and would stop you from becoming dependant on bunny fish in the winter, so there'd be no problem waging war in future. Plus the coast is warmer and you can swim so you can access underwater stuff ( maybe make glass underwater structures?) . Also you can use fish/ paste for hunting, and can eat the large amount of sea insects that float about washed up dead stuff and crops Enjoy that bit of gooey bunny goodness on your moist feminine skin
>>1468042I post 95% of turns. Im alone with a reptile :(And the feminizing thing isnt a hindrance. All of our fanart are macho and/or cartoony frogs
>>1468042Fish paste isnt a bad idea. But we also have dried fish which accomplishes the same thing. I think we need a new meat source. Prolly use our fish as bait for bigger fish.I plan on underwater constructs after winter to avoid death
>>1468068Fish for bears, birds and insects CAN you eat seaweed and veggies, or literally just meat??
>>1468100What's this about eating birds?
Bunnies take a turn to work on bridge and improve stoneworking skills. Spirits rise as a result.
Chickens ration and make painkillers from spider venom. The ration and previous scout death sours moods a bit
Frogs study the fish they eat. They now understand the complete fish anatomy, including the scales, bones, teeth, eyes, and flesh, and can categorize the various fishes in the lake, and use these studies to predict fish behavior in other bodies of water. They also send their catamarans out in the lake west in a fishing expedition. Due to their familiarity in the lake, fish biology, and survival knowledge, they are not at risk of dying and are guaranteed to find a catch. Their reel in adds 25 to the stockpile.> 1-15: Catamaran is stuck in ice> 16-75: River entrance is found, untraversable> 76-100: River entrance is found, traversable
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>1468373
>>1468374The river entrance to the west is found by the frogs, but there is no way to enter it via catamaran, as the river is not that wide and is spotted in ice.anchor
>>1468377Action: Lets keep working on the bridge, might as well try to finish it since its almost done.Research: The bunnys improve on our wagon technology so they'll be bigger and better
>>1468377Action: Since we've got chickens in the mines, we might as well make them dig! Research: Road-building, to begin plotting roads to our settlements and the trade town with the frogs.
>>1468373Research: Frogs begin to breed fish themselves in the lake. Selectively creating the fattest and juiciest meats and keep them within the network.Action: They explore the parts of the lake they can reach and use chisles to chip away at the icy obstacles. Surely this lake produces more than just fish and frogs?
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>1467760>>1467825We can still roll to avoid disaster right?
>>1468688Gosh darn it! Colonel Reporting In!
Bunnies continue working on bridge. Its nearly done. They also expand their carts to support bunny weight.
Rolled 91 (1d100)Chickens make a road out of their coop. The path goes towards the trade town near the edge of the forest but stops there do to fatigue and lack of comfort. They also mine in the cave for unique items.1-15: Nothing16-40: Common Ore41-85: Uncommon Ore86-100: Rare minerals
>>1470005Chickens find a rich vein of gold. They immediately seek to excavate the metal and understand its properties.
Rolled 89 (1d100)Frogs learn to selectively breed fish. This will help greatly once spring hits in aiding population growth. They also search the lake for items. Their lake affinity grants them a +10 bonus. (scouting penalties apply outside lake)> 1-25: Nothing> 26-75: Something ok> 76-100: Something terrific
>>1470043Frogs find a nursery of maturing giant dragonfly eggs underwater. They decide to take the eggs back to the village to incubate. Perhaps once mature, the dragonflies will provide a good food source and be able to support the weight of many agile frogs.anchor
>>1470063Action: Begin gathering chickens who show talent in making things such as Carpenters, Woodworkers, stone crafters, etc. And begin construction on work quarters specialized to their needs and desires.Research: Ergonomics and modifying the haft of our tools to better fit our hands.
>>1470063Research: Incubate and farm dragonflies. A special lilypad is assigned to this.Action: Boss Frog Froggo creates a council of advisors to help manage his large population. The Head of Fishing, Master Builder, School Headmaster and Mayor of Trade town and Manager of Agriculture.
I am back friends! I got a new comp so sorry for being away for awhile
>>1470299Please roll 1d100
>>1469991Action: finish the bridge Research: wood falls off the bridge mid construction and floats, bunnies get the idea to make a boat /raft with grass sails to travel down the river
>>1470408Awe man. I had to invent kites before sails were a thing.
REMOVE RABBIT remove rabbit you are worst tribe you are the rabbit idiot you are the rabbitsmell. return to hovel. to our frog cousins you may come our contry. you may live in the zoo….ahahahaha , rabbits we will never forgeve you. cetnik rascal FUck but fuck asshole rabbit stink hovel sqhipere shqipare..rabbit genocide best day of my life. take a bath of dead rabbit.ahahahahahRABBIT WE WILL GET YOU!! do not forget .stink rabbit we kill the king , rabbit return to your precious hole….hahahahaha idiot frog and rabbit smell so bad..wow i can smell it. REMOVE RABBIT FROM THE PREMISES. you will get caught. chickplomat+Richard+alpha hen+priestesschick=kill rabbit…you will ww2/ tupac alive in chicken tribe, tupac making album of chicken tribe. fast rap tupac chicktribe. we are rich and have gold now hahahaha ha because of tupac… you are ppoor stink rabbit… you live in a hovel hahahaha, you live in a yurt
>>1470434Truly a frog REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEThat was a great read, laughed in the car for a good few minutes, ty based pepe, going to keep you alive as entertainers once we rule the island
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>>1470434>>1470438If I die from either of your hands, I shall die happy knowing that you will never know my secret blend of herbs and spices. If you did, it will only make your bloodlust grow...Luckily for me, my secret blend of herbs and spices go great with spider meat and seed salads!