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>> No.18807281

>>18800565

get caught up son, then get in here, take any creature...any fucking creature. and run wild. just do be a prick. WE WANT YOU...for our ecosystem.

>> No.18807304
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The Usmal evolve a frill witch act like a satellite dish, letting them hear long distances. It also amplifies there echolocation, they can now stun prey and predators at a distance.

>> No.18807339
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KasKus, developing further and expanding, begin reinforcing their outer sun-gathering appendages with utilized mineral deposits, resulting in fibers reinforced by copper and iron. The reinforcement allows the thick shoots of the plant to grow to larger heights while increasing its size, bringing more sunlight in for energy. Below the ground the Kaskus pushes it's fruit further away and closer to the surface, making gathering it much more attractive than uprooting the entire plant. The spikey leaves at the bottom grow in number and develop sharp tips using the ore located deep in the earth. This disuades predators from reaching it's vunerable base. The KasKus develops de-centralized storage, keeping additional water and metal resources in large vacoules out further underground along large roots. Expanding beneath the oasis it begins growing up through the earth to emerge underwater and sprouts begining shoots.

>> No.18807349
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18807349

wespar are now more mobile with a third wing, and a cooler, lower pressure jet. The downside is they no longer break the sound barrier. ((slowly gonna reel them back into something plausible instead of a doomrider joke, which is what they totally were to me.)) feel free to keep evolving them.

>> No.18807362
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18807362

Just so you know...

>> No.18807388

>>18807362
you are a champion of justice! None of us do. Its part evo game, part role play. You evolve to match your surroudings and become sucessful. Deal with predators, catch prey, find and protect your nitch. ultimate goal is sentience, but you cant just go "BAM! IM THERE" otherwise you might as well not play. this is about the journey. not the destination. though i already miss the last thread of tribal warfare.

>> No.18807422
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18807422

In time rockdonises shape started to become more rounder with it's rear getting closer to its stomach

>> No.18807464
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18807464

>>18806971
The desert stalker's new feeding habits have prompted it to evolve vicous, 4-pronged claws that, although they do make sand-walking slightly more dangerous due to increased vibrations that may attract sand warms, allow the stalkers to attack in a more vicious manner, holding down their previously-sleeping prey, ripping open carapace of more heavily armored meals, and digging shallow holes to get at buried prey. This allows them to be more agressive in their night-time attacks.

>what if kamikazi-wespars colonized these things
>HL2 striders

>> No.18807472
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18807472

The parasitic wespar develops stronger limbs and jaws that allow it to keep it's prey still long enough for it to inject it's eggs inside the victim.

>> No.18807490

>>18807464
Could have smaller grabber arms instead of feet. Make it so they are pronged or barbed claws to hold onto whatever prey is beneath them, and to also help bring the meal closer to the body so that they can carry food as they travel?

>> No.18807540
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18807540

Wespar have now de-evolved their flight packs, and have adopted leaf looking wings for flight. A new tactic over the years has developed- they can lurk under the water, using their gill like organ, which used to support their flight pack, as a breathing apparatus. they then hold their leaf shaped wings above the water, waiting for herbivorous creatures to graze on the odd looking plant. Then, they pounce and kill their prey by paralysing them with their newly evolved tail, which has a venom tipped stinger on its end. They then bite the jugular of their prey, ending its life swiftly. They then proceed to flame their food, for easier eating and easier absorption of nutrients. They are often found by shorelines and banks, and nests can often be found around areas dense with kaskus.

Also this is the wespar im carrying over from last thread

>> No.18807580

>>18807490
Well they mostly just suck liquids.
So, it doesn't seem like something that would help.

>> No.18807605

Is OP still here?

>> No.18807627
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18807627

>>18807388
Faith in humanity = restored

Thank you Sir non gent

>> No.18807669
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18807669

The sub species of ripper sandonis starts to live in large groups. These fast predators fly over the dunes, constantly in search for prey. They communicate with each other trough chirps and pheromones. When one finds food, it starts to "scream", calling all his mates to the food source. The same effect happens when one of the creatures dies. They emit a cloud of pheromones that drive the sandonis to a frenzy, causing them blindly attack the threat.

>> No.18807681
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18807681

desert stalkers are easy prey for a swarm of wespar, if desert stalkers stray too close to a kaskus nest of wespar it has been known to be killed outright in portection of the wespar queen. first, the wespar quickly paralyse the desert stalker, and proceed to eat slowly away at its softer parts (under arms, mouth etc.)

>> No.18807774
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>>18807422

With Rockdonises center of gravity gone forward with its stomach. Its hind legs have also gone lower and more forward in order to keep itself stable.

>> No.18807779
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18807779

Another subspecies emerges from the ripper sandonis. The sandonis living in the more permanent oases slowly lost their ability to fly, in exchange of growing larger. They are now almost 4 times as large as their ancestors, and their powerful jaws allow them to easily rip trough the protective shells of the burrog creatures attempting to drink from the oasis.

>> No.18807786
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As time moves on the underwater KasKus shoots reach to the surface of the water, developing air filled bladders to allow the shoots to float on the surface. The underwater shoots develop into a reinforced flexible tendril to facilitate this and develop a stronger base to anchor the tendril. The Kaskus develops larger, armored storage vacoules located deeper within the earth to protect from predators. The root system becomes more advanced and actitvely seeks out other large roots of nearby Kaskus plants to interconnect with.
The landbased body of the Kaskus develops as well. The tops of the sun-gathering shoots begin growing frail leaves out of the central hole in the shoots to gather even more sunlight, these wide leaves currently retract during the night.
Along the outside of the ridgid shoots large hooked thorns develop. Providing a landing spot for creatures to potentially pearch. The Kaskus develops a more bitter alkiline sap that it exsudes at its base and at the tips of its protective spines. Spines have grown longer and additional rows grow out of root system to furter prevent predator intrusion.

>> No.18807987
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18807987

>>18807774

With it's hind legs gone forward Rockdonis can now use them as another set of arms. Rockdonises Big Forearms only have three claw like finger so they cannot be used for things that require finesse. For that the hind legs with their four fingers are better as they are less claw-like and more nimble. Rockdonis can use both front and hind legs to walk and as hands depending the situation.

>> No.18808036
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18808036

Some wespar develop long wide wings, with grooves that guide air trough them more swiftly. These wings allow the creatures to conserve energy, as they can glide trough the air currents and winds with minimal thrusts.

They hunt by flying very high, then waiting for a suitable prey to come in to their sights. They have evolved very acute eyes, which allows them to spot prey from many miles away.

When they have noticed their prey, they start gliding towards it, slowly at first, but as they descend they gain more and more momentum as gravity pulls them towards the ground.
When they are close to their target, they ignite their "engines" to gain a final thrust of speed.
They extend their sharp claws, and slice their victim with uncanny accuracy. Eyes, tendons, everything soft will be targeted by these small swarming organic jet-fighters.

They also spit digestive acids to these wounds, causing crippling pain in the victim. Eventually, the prey will succumb, due the acidulous burns in thousands of small incisions.

The wespar will gorge on their kill, mate, lay eggs and then take off again, starting the whole hunt all over.

>> No.18808059

>>18808036
god damnit we only just got rid of the damn jet pack, good design though by the way

>> No.18808076

>>18808036
actually fuck that you made the eyes look sick

>> No.18808100

>>18808059

I know, but I think that this way the "jet engine" might actually be plausible.
They use it very rarely, mostly relying on air currents and winds to move about, thus they don't have as huge need for energy as their ancestors did.
As an idea, I find the jet engine bugs quite interesting.

>> No.18808135
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18808135

>>18807987

Dumping Chart and size comparison

>> No.18808144

>>18808100
k yeah awesome, its nice to see some of the additions i made have stuck over time

>> No.18808197
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18808197

Some army sandoni develop hard carapace that over their heads.
They also become much larger and their acid becomes more potent.

>> No.18809181
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Unsure if this a bit out there but .The Usmal can now flex there frill down. Doing this causes them to be able to emit there sonic plus in a shield behind them blocking out heat and any sound they produce, this combined with there natural camouflage makes them essentially undetectable.

>> No.18809413

Bump due to my being unable to figure out ARTS.

>> No.18810076
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18810076

Kaskus continue to develop root interconectivity and a basic symbotic relationship with other plants of its species. A primativly developing hive mind driven by chemical interaction allows the plants to equalize contents among the armored vacolues of their interconnected fellows. When two large interconnected plant systems connect a breif negotiotion period occours while assets are collaborated. Smaller plant systems are simply absorbed. This comingled access of resources allows Kaskus plants to grow their less developed neighbors quickly and facilitates the Kaskus plants expansion away from the central water source at an accelerating rate.
The waterborn KasKus develop violet colored flowers to absorb additional light to maintain root expansion. The Flowers fold up at night to protect themselves. The flexiable tendrils develop inflatable water sacks along their length designed to manuver the flowers into a better position as sunlight coverage changes throughout the pond.
The tops of the Kaskus shoots reinforce and reshape their retractable leaves, producing a more geometric pattern. In responce to continued senses of predadation from outling plant sections the Kaskus plant is evolving TO SUPPORT WESPARS. The openings on top create a curved lip trough around the outer edges. The Kaskus plant fills this trough with nutrients favorable to Wespar physiology. In the center, the plant produces stamens that release hormones designed to attract Wespars.

>> No.18810083

>>18809413
I've been using paint the whole time. HERP DURP D:

>> No.18810185
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>>18803369
>>18804472

The remaining Cho's in permanent oases have grown much larger due to a lack of prey, and become a habitat for the Aquatic Usmal's, who use the large leaves as basking spots when not swimming, and as refuge from the Gill Worms. Their natural camouflage keeps them mostly safe from the Amphibious Waspar. They feed on the floating Kaskus shoots which gives them a source of metals for future evolution.

>> No.18810393
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18810393

>>18810185

The Aquatic Usmal's evolve iron-reinforced claws, and barbs on their fore-feeders, used to more easily consume Kaskus flowers.

(By the way, sorry if I'm trying to evolve too quickly, the thread seems to have slowed down some and I'm attempting to bring it back.)

>> No.18810456

>>18810083
I've been using paint as well since near the beginning of these threads.

Is there anything besides the Sandcoral Usmal which happens to be nocturnal?

>> No.18810486
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18810486

Kaskus generations v1

>> No.18810490

>>18810456

That terrifying maw in OP's post is, I believe.

>> No.18810533
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>>18810456
MS paint, master race

And now that all these little bloobpumpers think they are top of the world.
I think it's time for the plants to move.

>> No.18810561

>>18810456
I've been considering making kaskus have a nighttime element. Im really TRYING HARD DAMNIT to get the guy whos modding the Wespars to co-exist but he doesnt seem to get it. :/ may have to seriously evolve Kaskus to manage that.

>> No.18810679
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The Sand Devils have started preying on larger more agressive species. The loss of their horns for mating has been replaced with a savage rear spike. This spike is part of the sand devils mating dance, as well as a deadly hunting mechanism. Their body no longer has a true endoskeleton in the upper portion, all of it is cartilage. This allows the beast to open its toothy maw to truly horrific proportions (not shown.) sweet dreams.

>> No.18810683
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An interesting strain of cho develops, the mimic cho. In it's normal state, it looks like cho in every way, mimicing all the various strands including tall cho, creeper cho, spiked cho and water cho.

The main difference with this plant is it's reaction to touch. After a few seconds it will snap closed, wrapping up any creature that decided to try and make a meal or a home out of the plant and crushing them or a limb with it's powerful leaves.

It's underside has woven together in a tighter formation including more metallic strains for support and the 'spore pods' on the upperside are actually small spikes that impale the creature and rips it apart as the inner walls undulate and the outer walls squeeze.

They grow in the same areas as their mimic'd plant and showers its own, smaller spores on the real plant that ride along with the real spores, ensuring that they grow in the same areas.

The only immediately obvious difference between a real plant and a mimic appears after the mimic has made a feeding. It's main bulb turns red with the blood it stores for a period of time after draining a creature, but only for a time.

>> No.18810822

An increase in storm activity will be prevalent for the next few generations. Expect occasional flooding, lightning high winds and savage sandstorms. To survive, roll below, (To roll just type "dice 1d6" in the email field of the post, sans the " " of course.)
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declare your primary food source. congratulations, you are now out to fuck up and eat that other players creation. now roll.
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animal table
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1-hopping. you have developed it. grow stronger leg muscles to get across the hot sand faster. (dont have legs? you do now.)
2-hyperspectral vision- your eyes are pretty damn important now, you see in all spectrums of light.
3-Echolocation- like a bat, or dolphin. enjoy.
4-Tentacle- you gain one flexible appendage. just one. for now. use it in health.
5-Muscle mass- GET RIPPED SON, time to fuck some shit up.
6-Armor- Armored body. already armored? get tougher.

>> No.18810863

rolled 2 = 2

>>18810822

Rolling for the Usmal's
Primary food: The new type of water Wespar

>> No.18810897

plant table
-----------------
1- grow spikes- keep those fuckers off you
2-gain flowers. helps with pollination
3- develop spores. reproduce like fungus.
4- linited mobility. like crawling, rolling like a tumbleweed, etc.
5- limited awarenes, to light, nearby predators, prey, dry soil, etc. this is not sentience in any way. no thinking. just instinctual reaction.
6- welcome to the big league motherfucker. Your now able to be carnivorous.

>> No.18810911
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18810911

>>18810822
>>18810822
>waiting for plant chart

>> No.18810956

Whoo! 2nd thread already! Awesome!
BTW sorry for the late reply, I tried watching a meteor shower last night, but ended up sleeping at 2 AM. Woke up at 10 AM local time, which is kinda normal for weekends.

ANYHOW! Regarding the retconned sentient burrogs, I've decided that their latest incarnation is the Social Burrogs. They can't make tools or grab stuff yet.
And the plane Wespar is looking awesome. I'm thinking they also use thermals to soar, further supporting their energy-saving policy. This causes their lifespan to increase, now closer to 90% of the original Wespar's lifespan.
I've noticed some kind of trend of carnivorous plants in this world being more popular. I say this is an awesome trend.

By the way, I've looked back over the whole series, and it seems that our 'death world' is actually closer to Earth, in terms of deadliness.
And it's awesome!

>> No.18811006

rolled 5 = 5

>>18810897
COMON MOBILITY

>> No.18811029
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>>18811006
WHY DO YOU TAUNT ME

>> No.18811053

rolled 2 = 2

>>18811006
that was for mimic cho

rollan for spiked cho

>> No.18811069

rolled 3 = 3

>>18810897
I don't think any plant on the entire planet reproduces with seeds. They all reproduce via spores.

Sandcoral Uslam. Still an herbivore.

>> No.18811150
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>>18810185

The Usmal's are now able to secrete a sticky, copper-based resin that they use to weigh down the large, hollow bulbs of a new type of Cho. This provides protection from below due to the reinforced surface of the Cho bulb, and is a hidden refuge from the Wespar flying above.
The water Usmal are forming into more social groups due to several occupying the same Cho plant.

>> No.18811236

>>18811069
Wait, make that at least just things descended from Evola, such as Frilla and Mevola.

>> No.18811286
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>>18810393

Using their suddenly-developed sense of sight, Usmal are able to clearly distinguish aquatic Waspar from real plants, and can even spot glider Waspar from a great distance, making them a negligible threat.

>> No.18811329

>>18811150

Forgot to mention, they can use their claws to climb the inside surface of the Cho bulb.

>> No.18811502
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18811502

>>18811069
Unlike most of the Sandcoral Usmal's body, their tendrils become dry and grow hairlike projections. By rubbing the them together, they create a high-pitch chirping noise, which is used for echolocation, in addition to a mating call.

>> No.18811987

>>18810822
Rolling for Leaf Sandonis

>> No.18812015

rolled 1 = 1

>>18811987
ok lets see if I can get the dice to work.

>> No.18812016
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18812016

>>18810822

Rolled a 2 but then captcha ate my post. The loner Burrog gain ultra-violet eyes, this enables them to 'see' the light reflected from the carapaces of the many deadly insects which now patrol the desert. This gives them time to react to the threat either fleeing or burying themselves in the sand.

>> No.18812071

rolled 5 = 5

>>18810822

rolling for desert (herbivores Usmals), after all all these super predators surely aren't eating each other all the time

>> No.18812138

>>18812071
Frill Usmal?

>> No.18812158
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>>18812071

In order to deal with the harsh conditions some Herbivores Desert Usmal become larger. Though they are not the size of the burrogs they are about twice the size of their ancestors.

>> No.18812174

>>18812138

Nah their herbivore ancestors, or did they go extinct?
Missed the end of the last thread, so if they are extinct disregard my post

>> No.18812180

>>18812174
Nope, they're still there.

>> No.18812202
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>>18812015
The Leaf Sandonis develop larger and quicker muscles as well as more highly developed rear legs that allow them to jump forward with great speed to catch prey.
They also capable of crossing the desert faster adopting a bounding gait for speed.

>> No.18812216

rolled 6 = 6

No one's done anything with the desert kaskus for a while so I'll update them.
Rolling

>> No.18812245

rolled 2 = 2

>>18810897
rolling for the Kaskus empire

>> No.18812260

>>18812245
ok. well. that was redundant.

>> No.18812276

>>18812260

Bigger, better sexier flowers!

>> No.18812342

>>18812260
Second roll or flower? I know that spores would be redundant, since they come from Evola.

>> No.18812359

>>18812216
>6- welcome to the big league motherfucker. Your now able to be carnivorous.

oh boy, here we go now,

>> No.18812488
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>>18812359

Prepare to be underwhelmed by my crappy paint skills.

The Carnivore Desert Kaskus has sunk it's pitchers underground in order to trap unwary animals. It lures them to the trap by leaving water in the bottom of the pitchers. As the animal descends the steep sides of the pitcher it usually falls, as soon as an animal touches the bottom area of the Kaskus the leaf lid (shown raised in the picture) snaps shut trapping the animal.The water in the trap is then sucked back into the roots by the plant (to save for itself). The symbiotic Kaskus sandonis then wait for the animal to die or weaken of exhaustion/starvation/dehydration and then swarm from their tunnels to feed. The digestion process of the sandonis breaks the animals into simpler components that the plant can use. The sandonis also clear out indigestible matter from the bottom of the pitcher.

>> No.18812519

rolled 3 = 3

rolling for desert stalker now

>> No.18812563
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>>18812519

The Desert Stalker evolves pits on the top of legs where it's ears used to be (retcon evolution). By vibrating it's ear bones can produce high pitched screeches which enable it to communicate with it's fellows over long distances.

Desert Stalkers have started hunting in loosely organized packs!

>> No.18812604

rolled 1 = 1

rolling for generic desert Cho now

>> No.18812658
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>>18812604

The Desert Cho grows longer thorns and more numerous secondary thorns.

>> No.18812979

Just a bump to tell people what species haven't been evolved since I don't want to do them all

-Sand Worms (Massive top predators of the desert)
- Armadillo Burrogs (Small-medium omnivores that can roll into a ball to protect themselves)
- Mimic Cho (A highly adaptable plant)
- Oasis worms (Crocodile analogies)
- Various strains of Snadonis and Wespar found in the thread

>> No.18813068

rolled 2 = 2

>>18810822

Rollan for sand worms!

>> No.18813076

rolled 5 = 5

>>18813068
>eyes.
But they have no eyes!
They live under the sand! They don't need eyes!

>> No.18813092

>>18813068

You could chalk it up to having their sensory organs enhanced. For example making them be able to 'see' animals heartbeats. But hey your call

>> No.18813096

>>18813076

Didn't mean to roll, but this makes more sense for the worms. I'll take that, if no-one minds.
Suddenly developing eyes they don't even need just doesn't make sense.

>> No.18813133
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>>18813092

Actually, that is a great idea.

The sandworms have stayed largely the same for eons. Minor improvements have happened however. Their pressure sensitive organs have improved over the ages, making them able to track prey from miles away, and strike with uncanny precision.
No one is safe from the ravenous sand worms!

>> No.18813148

rolled 2 = 2

>>18810822

Rolling for gliding wespars

>> No.18813187
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>>18813148

The eyesight of the wespars becomes even more acute, allowing them to spot any potential prey or threats from hundreds of miles away.

>> No.18813201

rolled 6 = 6

>>18810822

Rolling for the swarming rippers

>> No.18813208

>>18813187
But the curvature of a planet!

>> No.18813265

>>18813208

They fly very high! Nothing is safe from their ever present gaze! One display of weakness is all you need to attract a swarm of hundreds of tiny organic planes attempting to cut your jugular, tear your tendons and pop your eyes.
You are being watched!

>> No.18813289
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18813289

The swarming rippers develop rudimentary armor plates that somewhat increase their survivability in their frenzied hunts.

>> No.18813297

rolled 3 = 3

>>18810822

rolling for the army sandoni.

>> No.18813391
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18813391

rolled 3 = 3

>>18813297

Some army sandoni develop small spurs on it's back-legs, that allow it to sense vibrations moving trough the soil. They have also learned to cause these vibrations themselves by pounding their front legs to the ground rhythmically, and then tracking these vibrations.

This off course attracts sandworms. Because of this, the army sandoni with this trait live in areas with less worm activity, such the oases, mountains and plains, although in the later two, there are still the smaller landworms.

Rolling for landworms

>> No.18813394

rolled 1 = 1

BRING FOURTH THE PAIN!!!!

>> No.18813403

rolled 2 = 2

>>18810822

Rolling for Rockdonis

>> No.18813469

>>18813403

Oh just great. Tell me how is this hyperspectral vision even useful because i don't even know.

>> No.18813479
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18813479

sand devils now bound at you like playful kittens.

>> No.18813492

>>18813469

I interpreted it as choose a spectrum of light to see in. For the Loner Burrogs I made them see in ultraviolet, to better see the many insect predators in this ecosystem.

If your a predator I suggest making the rockdonis see in infra-red and make them nocturnal terrors.

>> No.18813499
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18813499

>>18813391

HAHAHAHAHAA!

You think you can hide from the worms?
Desert, plains, mountains, no matter where you try to hide, it wont matter! Everywhere is worm country!

The landworms live in much more complex environment than their sandworm cousins. The soil they burrow trough is far from uniform, and to cope with this complex underworld, the worms echolocation ability becomes more sophisticated. While the sandworms can sense vibrations from far away, they have only a vague idea of the nature of their source.
The land worms on the other hand can form complex and very accurate 3d picture of their surroundings in their head based on the echoes of the vibrations they produce.

They can even tell what kind of creature is causing certain types of vibrations, so they can attack the easiest targets such as social burrogs, instead of going after sand devils, who would put up a bigger fight.

>> No.18813500

>>18813469
imagine being able to see into infared, ultraviolet, etc. light humans cant even see with our eyes. Constant thermal, night vision, etc, all at once. its never dark outside. the colors just change. It becomes very hard to camoflauge against you. actually impossible, if you can cloak and bend visable light, you probably still give off heat, and that is seen. now you see how its useful? Also with those eyes assume the ability to see at great distance as well.

>> No.18813512

...giant worms with echo location. carniverous plants. horrible demon bugs. this is just one continent. idontwanttoliveonthisworldanymore.jpg
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if there are any stagglers left to evolve let me know. im due to make another event thats gonna really...make things fun. "Symbiosis and parasitism"

>> No.18813517

rolled 4 = 4

>>18810822

Rolling for ravenous sandoni

>> No.18813518

rolled 6 = 6

Rolling for armadillo burrogs

>> No.18813531
File: 10 KB, 141x144, SHOGUNGLUND.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
18813531

>>18813512
SHOGUN GLUND FEARS NOT THE BEASTS OF THIS LAND.

>> No.18813546
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18813546

>>18813512
Welcome to Space Australia, mate.

>> No.18813551
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18813551

rolled 3 = 3

>>18813517

The tongue of some ravenous sandonis grows longer, and becomes more muscular, allowing the creatures to grab prey easier.

Rolling for the tank sandoni.

>> No.18813563
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18813563

rolled 1 = 1

The Armadillo Burrogs limbs are now armoured as well!

>> No.18813573

>>18813512

You forgot the ravenous swarms of small organic jet fighters with sharp claws who want nothing else than to kill you due to the thousands of cuts they slice to your skin and to pop your eyes and lay their eggs in the sockets while they feast on your guts.
And these creatures are constantly watching your every move.

Unless they are the "horrible demon bugs" you mentions.

>> No.18813584

>>18813573
Probably horrific enough to deserve their own section of the tourism brochures.

>> No.18813592
File: 60 KB, 536x495, Tank sandoni.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
18813592

>>18813551

Due to interbreeding with the army sandoni, the tank sandoni also gain the echolocation ability.

>> No.18813596
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18813596

>>18813563

Counting my accidental role as the one for the parasitic wespar

The parasitic wespar have developed strong back legs allowing them to become airborne in an instant

>> No.18813626

Oh my...an event tailor to a specific family of creatures, if you are descendent from that little fucker, this ones for you.
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The Sandoni turned out to be a highly mutable creature, branching off and rapidly adapting to new circumstances. We have Rippers, Stalkers, Rockdonises , Army, Leaf , and ravenous. What i need to know is this: how many players are running more then one species, and if so, let me know now.
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as soon as i get my results on those species i will post a roll table, and a story.

>> No.18813627

Also a link to the previous thread

http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/18800565/

>> No.18813655

>>18813626

I half created the Leaf Sandosis some of which are now in a symbiotic relationship with the carnivorous Kaskus

I also created the original Water stalking Sandosis, which then evolved to the Desert Sandosis when the oasis dried up. And then someone took my crappy artwork and made it beautiful.

So I'm involved in two of them I guess, though anyone is free to edit them. (Just don't don't make them sentient yet as unfortunately happened to my Social Burrgos)

>> No.18813664

>>18813655
assume that the evolved sentient ones are splinters of the socials. keep playign with them if you enjoyed them.

>> No.18813679

>>18813626

I have been developing all the flying sandoni variants and descendant, and I also made the original kaskus sandonis, and some of it's descendant such as the army and tank sandonis.

I also made the desert stalkers into night hunters with the multi jointed proboscis.

>> No.18813686

>>18813664

Ha I know, it was just 'unfortunate' how everyone went crazy with them.

Anyway I did I evolve them into Loner Burrogs in response to the vegetation scarcity following the oasis drought. Becoming larger but less sociable (who can now see in ultraviolet)

>> No.18813709

rolled 4 = 4

>>18810822

Rolling for the parasitic wespar with heavier arms.

>> No.18813730
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18813730

>>18813709

Some wespar develop long tongues that helps them to feed.

>> No.18813845
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18813845

Armadillo burrog develops longer claws and enhanced hearing.

>> No.18813874

The rains have stopped, and now it is breeding season. Colones of Sandoni derivatives that live near each other can interbreed creating one new hybrid species to take their place. This new species will combine the aspects of the two original ones, as well as pick from the random table below.
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1d6 (Already got one of these? now its more extreme, or you have more of it.. MO DAKKA)
1-acid spit
2-slashing claws
3-Armor plate
4-Wings
5-Giant growth- Your pretty fucking big now.
6-Speed. go faster. your choice how.
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All other races. roll below for your way to defend against these little shits. 1d6
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1-Armor
2-Whip tail (like a fly swatter...but a whip and a tail.)
3-pinchers
4-Electrical discharge
5-Poison
6- oh man, high roll. here it is. You develop biological needle launchers. shoot things from a distance. kill them bugs.

>> No.18813887

>>18813512

Thanks. That simplifies matters.

With the continuoust growth of bigger and meaner creatures around, the Rockdonises have started to live in packs.

>> No.18813909
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18813909

Longer claws for digging nests and more, smaller plates of armour for manoeuvrability

and rolling

>> No.18813910

rolled 6 = 6

>>18813874
rolling for the tank sandoni

>> No.18813927

rolled 2, 2 = 4

>>18813909
I fucked that up, my bad

>> No.18813932

for fucks sake

>> No.18813947

rolled 3 = 3

>>18813874

Rollin' for Rockdonis.

>>18813626

A bit late but i made the rockdonis. no other.

>> No.18813959
File: 60 KB, 536x495, Hopping tankdoni.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
18813959

rolled 3 = 3

>>18813910

The tanks sandoni are already quite big, and now they can also jump around. They have gained great mobility as their legs now can propel the whole with swift hops, allowing armies of them to move about faster.

Rolling for swarming rippers.

>> No.18814010
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18814010

I'm gonna count that as a four, sorry I'm kinda new at the dice stuff

The Armadillo Burrog has developed small nodules on its shell plates, these contain chemicals that can produce small bursts of electricity. The nodes are charged from either rolling around or basking in the sunlight, and the electricity is released when the burrog feels threatened

>> No.18814026
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18814026

rolled 6 = 6

>>18813959

The swarming rippers develop even more armor, becoming more resilient.
They do not ad much weight to the creature, due to the fact that they are actually mostly hollow. The strength of the armor comes from it's honeycomb like internal structure, which can absorb blows far greater than one would think.

Rolling for the ravenous sandonis.

>> No.18814029

here comes the sand devil.

>> No.18814033

>>18813947

Oh yeah. More armor
With this the Rockdonis is even harder and it has learned a way to go full defence. It can now put its forelegs under itself to form allround armor while still able to use its hindlegs to umm.. do something.

>> No.18814037

rolled 6 = 6

derp.

>> No.18814044

>>18813874

>Colones of Sandoni derivatives that live near each other can interbreed creating one new hybrid species to take their place.

Am I reading this right as it effectively turns two species into one?

>> No.18814045

>>18813512
It's like Australia, before things evelved to be REALLY nasty

>> No.18814059

rolled 1 = 1

rolling for loner burrogs

>> No.18814066
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18814066

>>18814037
DEALWITHIT.JPG
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oh man...glorious. The Sand Devil now is able to shoot horrific sand javelins. By eating sand then compressing it into rods and coating it in a fashion similar to an oyster the Sand Devil can create the javelins. To launch it just "sneezes". This attack is not exactly precise, but the projectiles fly quite far, and in a large cluster. Accuracy thru volume.
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with that im taking a break from the sand devils, someone else wanna take em over for a bit?

>> No.18814083

>>18814044
yes. you are reading that EXACTLY correctly. that was my intent. we are gonna narrow down the number of species. Make more robust nasties, and increase conflict along the way. After this the Bugs are gonna be too far separated genetically to interbreed anymore, so now is the chance. ill even allow players to "give up" their bug to breed with another, then you two can make two new subspecies from the resulting creation. Keep in mind, this isint limited to two bug species to make one new one. no sir, this is a fucking orgy. Gonads and Zygotes everywhere. you wanna cram 4 Sandoni subspecies into one? Go for it. just have a good story to go along with it.
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when i post the next event, the breeding extravaganza will be over. by the way, new breeds created do not have access to this events roll table. thats greedy and their ancestors both did, so really you get a two for one in that.

>> No.18814089
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18814089

>>18813874

The loner burrogs develop armour plates over their limbs

>> No.18814101

rolled 2 = 2

>>18814083

I'm the guy who had a hand in both the stalkers and the symbiotic leaf sandonis so this will be...interesting

Anyway rolling

>> No.18814113
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18814113

rolled 6 = 6

>>18814026

The non ravenous sandonis develop longer legs.
They run extremely fast in rockier environments, but they are ill suited for the actual desert.
Because of this, these creatures spread to the plains and mountains.
They hunt by impaling their victims to their sharp arm blades.
Their wings have atrophied, and their stinger has developed into a long pole like organ that helps the creature to balance itself.

Rolling for the army sandoni.

>> No.18814123

>>18814113

Actually, scratch that, the army and tank sandoni are now the same species. The differences between them were minimal anyways.
The armored tanks are just a different caste within the species.

>> No.18814128

rolled 1 = 1

>>18813874

rolling for sandworms

>> No.18814133

Armadillo Burrogs dig out nests under kaskus plants using their long claws. They are becoming more social, strength in numbers.
The collective electrical energy from all the nesting burrogs draws the attention of the plant roots, which form a basket-like weave around the inside of the nest.

>> No.18814144

>>18813874
I SPEAK FOR THE STALKERS

>> No.18814145

rolled 6 = 6

>>18814128

Newborn sandworms now have harder armor plates, but as they grow and the sandoni no longer pose a threat to them, these hard plates soften, in order to reduce the weight of the grown creature.

Rolling for gliding wespars.

>> No.18814146

rolled 3 = 3

>>18814144
WTF. Rerollan.

>> No.18814156
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18814156

>>18814145

>dat 6.
>Biological needle launchers.
>On organic jet fighters.
>mfw.

>> No.18814157

>>18814146
But they already HAVE pinchers!

>> No.18814167

>>18814144
as the original creater of the Leaf Sandonis I propose we hybridise them and the stalkers since the stalkers are the only other really large sandonis if I remember right.

The leaf sandonis colonised by social sandonis i've left in the hands of their creator.

>> No.18814171
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18814171

Not All Rockdonises evolved to Armored tanks. Some of them became simple herbivores and didn't have as much armor.

>> No.18814172

>>18814157
EXTREAM PINCERS! RIPPAN AN TEARAN!
(Or try for a Pistol shimp appreack, SUUPASONIC SNAP!)

>> No.18814176

>>18814157
now they have bigger and/or sharp ones then.

>> No.18814204
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18814204

>>18814083

This is my take on a stalker/carnivorous kaskus sandonis hybrid. The Trapdoor Sadnonis makes it's home in Carnivorous Kaskus plants snatching prey drawn to the water with it's new claws, providing nutrients for both itself and it's home.

Also feel free to make alternate Stalker hybrids, a lot of these creatures have changed hands over time so a number of creators have an investment in them

>> No.18814206

YEs...yes....the pot has been stirred...ALL IS GOOD...good...ill be back tomorrow to see what mergers have happened. oh...and...dem' needle launchers. fuck yes.

>> No.18814210

rolled 4 = 4

rolling for the Small Usmal

>> No.18814221
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18814221

>>18814171

Like it's omnivorous cousin the herbivore Rockdonis evolved mouth to satisfy the constant need for sustenance.

>> No.18814222
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18814222

The omnivorous Armadillo Burrogs have been eating the iron-rich roots of the Kaskus that lives above their nests, small specks of metal appear on their armour, their claws have a metallic sheen, and they have a small iron crest emerging from their skulls. The armour has developed flaps which further protect the Limbs of the Burrog, and make it almost a perfect sphere when curled.

>> No.18814233
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18814233

The Small Usmal have developed electric organs in their tails, which provide a nasty surprise to potential predators

>> No.18814244

rolled 4 = 4

Rolling for the Larger Usmal

>> No.18814257
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18814257

Dumping Rockdonis Chart before taking a break

>> No.18814260
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18814260

>>18814244

WELP, same as their smaller cousins the Large Usmals developed electrical organs in their tails. Size comparison shown in image

>> No.18814274

>>18814156
Operation Desert Storm is a go.
I repeat, operation Desert Storm is a go.
You should read this as INCOMING EVENT!

>> No.18814299
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18814299

>>18814145

The gliding wespar develop a curious organ, that shoots shards of crystalline stomach acids at high velocities towards their target.

The organ works by igniting a mixture of liquids, that explode within the tube like organs, propelling the acidulous shards forward with high speed. These tubes are constantly lubricated by specialized glands, to ease the firing procedure.
The shards are made in a specialized, multi chambered organ , in which the stomach acid is gradually formed into sharp spikes, that are then fed to the "gun" organ. Forming one spike takes about 15 minutes for the creature, and they can hold approximately 30 spikes within their "magazine". Because of this, the creatures use the spikes sparingly.

>> No.18814301

Changing weather patterns have created periodic sandstorms to be more severe, and in the deepest parts of the desert these could move sand dunes quickly. Flying creatures need to adapt, seek shelter, or move out of the center of the desert. Plants may use the storms as advantage, however...

>> No.18814312 [DELETED] 

rolled 2 = 2

>>18813874

rolling for landworms

>> No.18814322

rolled 3 = 3

landworms

>> No.18814329

rolled 3 = 3

>>18814322

Where the fuck would you put pinchers on these things?
Their mouth basically already is one.

>> No.18814335

rolled 6 = 6

>>18814329
>>18814322

NO! Pinchers make no sense!

>> No.18814342

rolled 1 = 1

>>18814335

Now this is something I can work with, too bad that I didn't mean to roll that.
I should remember to remove the dice from the email field.

>> No.18814345

>>18814342

FOR FUCK'S SAKE BRAINS, WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU?!

>> No.18814352 [DELETED] 

rolled 3 = 3

>>18813874

Rolling for a stalker variant.

>> No.18814370

>>18814322
>>18814329
>>18814335
>>18814342

So, what will I do with these things.
In my opinion, evolving pincers makes no sense for them, as they already basically have them, and making them more pronounced would only result in making them less streamlined, which would be bad for their digging.

Honestly, the sandoni don't even pose a threat to these things, as they are fucking massive armored worms who live underground. There is no real need for them to adapt.

....although the electric stuff would be sweet....

>> No.18814382
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18814382

I'll just leave this here.

>> No.18814406
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18814406

>>18814301

The wespar develop openings in their wings, that lead to tubular cavities, which end in large hard movable flaps. They can open and close these pores, and along with the flaps at the back side of their wings, they can drastically alter their aerodynamic properties within moments.
They use these new wings to rapidly gain height, or move away from incoming sandstorms, sometimes rising many miles over the ground. The winds in the upper atmosphere might wash them away however....

>> No.18814416
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18814416

>>18814301

The severe sandstorms prompt some Cho to develop a new adaptation, flight.

In this new species a thin leafy membrane has grown from the Cho bulb to the waxy leaves. In severe sandstorms this membrane lifts the Cho from the earth up into the sky.

At this altitude the Cho has no fear of predators and receives access to sunlight (something it would not have beneath the sandstorm) and takes advamtage of the altitude by pollinating and spreading seeds far and wide.

The biggest problem is water which the Cho stores in it's blue base during it's flights, which can sometimes last for days depending on the severity of the sandstorm beneath it.

However this lifestyle has meant that the Flying Cho have lost access to the metallic defence of their cousins, as the heavy metal would drag them down.

>> No.18814423

>>18814370

Give their tongues pincers?

>> No.18814442

>>18814370

Or like nongent said if they already have something you should just make them better.

>> No.18814445

>>18814423
Alien styled tongue maws, for... pulling smaller creatures under, conserving strength otherwise wastes on a leap.
Lets them be more energy efficient in regions with less food.

>> No.18814473

>>18814423
>>18814442
>>18814445

Well now I just feel dumb.
Thanks mates!
Although the idea of giant worm bursting from the ground in a torrent of electric bursts still intrigues me....

>> No.18814483
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18814483

more metallic shells

>> No.18814490

>>18814473
Open up another venue of terror, instead of leaping beasties, it's seeing your comrades disappear screaming into sink-holes

>> No.18814512
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18814512

>>18814473

WE GRABOIDS NAO!

The landworms have developed a pincer at the end of their tongue, which allows them to get a firmer hold on their prey, so they can be dragged to their doom.

The worms sometimes just leave their tongue at the surface, just waiting for a foolish creature to come and investigate it.
If they come too close, the tongue lunges towards them, and grabs them, allowing the worm to save energy by eliminating the need of actually bursting through the ground.

>> No.18814561
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18814561

Some sand devils have developed an extended hollowed out carapace on their backs, in which they can store the sand javelins. Because of this, the javelins are somewhat shorter. They can store up to 40 javelins in their backs.

Their bodies have also shifted in balance. Their legs are now more adapted for running, and their back blade has developed into a tail like organ, that helps the creature stabilize.

>> No.18814602
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18814602

This fucking world is goddamn horrifying.
Fucking sandworms, spear sneezing monster, acid shard spitting organic fighter jets, all kinds of monster bugs and other horrible shit.

If the western coast isn't a death world, the desert for certain is.
>mfw thinking about crash landing on this planet.

>> No.18814675
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18814675

The Armadillo Burrog has split into two sub species.

The smaller Armadillo-Burrogs have become herbivores, burrowing deep beneath the Kaskus and eating its roots. Their shells have become very dense in iron, but they have become much smaller.

>> No.18814725
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18814725

The larger have left the burrowed nests and grown much bigger. The bio-electric nodes are now made of iron compounds found in the roots, and can produce much higher voltage shocks. Instead of digging burrows, these Armadillo Burrogs travel in herds, and sleep huddled together. Their shells make a large wall that electrocutes anything that comes into contact with it.

>> No.18814843
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18814843

rolled 6 = 6

>>18814406
>The winds in the upper atmosphere might wash them away however....
>The winds in the upper atmosphere might wash them away however....
>might wash them away

>inb4 wespar show up in the western continent as an event akin to a swarm of locusts.
horrible, superfast, gunshooting locusts

>> No.18814916
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18814916

>>18814512

FUCK IT!
I AM DOING THIS!

The high frequency vibrations of the worms generate massive amounts of static electricity (applies to the sandworms as well), but on land worms, the electricity is channeled, although not in a controlled fashion, through the metallic bumbs on the worms carapace.

This electric buildup is released when the worm bursts from the ground, unleashing a miniature lightning storm. Bolts of electricity race trough the outer layers of the worms armor, and jump to anything that is in the immediate vicinity. Even sandworms cause these kinds of electric storms, but they are far less spectacular than the ones their landworm cousins generate. The electric bursts can usually stun or even kill the prey of the worm, saving it the energy needed to subdue it's meal.

>> No.18814947
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18814947

>>18811006
>limited awareness to surroundings

The Mimic cho develop a sensitivity to sound to sense creatures that pass nearby, whether in air or on land. A hard spike developed in their core can be shot at the creature by wrapping up in a fashion similar to the spiked cho and bending the top towards the sound.

They have a max of 5 of these at any given time.

>> No.18815066
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18815066

The tankdoni develop even sturdier armor.

>> No.18815092

rolled 5 = 5

>>18813874

Rolling for the tongued sandoni

>> No.18815138
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18815138

>>18815092

The tongued sandoni are now harder, better, faster, stronger!
The now large great sandonis lurk the oases, striking from the shadows, and dragging their prey to their beaks with their long tongue.
Their wings have almost completely atrophied.

>> No.18815149

Holy shit, I just realized we've made the Karkadann. Sand Devils ftw.

>>18814843
And this. Ooh, this. Maybe not like a cloud of locusts, but more like a more dispersed mist, and periodical. Wind conditions would cause it to land on the east coast of the West continent. Nad'Luns might encounter these jet wespars.
I wonder how these would fare against the Flying Slizers? Would they become Cliff Racer-like monstrosities?

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>>18815149

>mfw you just made me realize how I fucked over my precious Nad'luns by rolling and then drawing these flying shooty jet fighter bugs.

What have I done?!

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>>18815161
Don't worry
The Enclave will protect you for a simple offering of earth and water
A̧̨͏N̛̕͜Ḑ҉̧̕ ̢̧̀͠S̷̨̀̀O͝҉̨̨U̷͘͢͡L̷̡Ś̶̡͜͝

>> No.18815429

>>18815229

.....I think I'll just buy or make some flack cannons.
I mean, how hard could they be to manufacture?

>> No.18815444

>>18815161
You, my friend, had just set a chain of events that will undoubtedly lead to the first manned flight.
And it shall be glorious.

>> No.18815571

>>18815429

Actually Onolkeshan have already made Anti-Air Shotgun/mortar/whatever That would shred the swarm to pieces. So much metal shit in the air.

>> No.18815585
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The sand devils continue to develop.
The spine pouch under their carapace expands, and they start developing special muscles that allow them to "sneeze" these sand spikes with even greater force.

Their eyesight becomes more accurate, and they develop a set of mandibles at the sides of their head. Their tails also grow in length.

>> No.18815595

>>18815571

That is why I said buy or make.

>> No.18815602

>>18815585
This adaptation also causes them to be able to attack jet Wespars mid-air.
...biological anti-air guns, holy shit.

>> No.18815630

>>18815595

Ah true.
Still. Looking at these animals i'm starting to feel that this place will evolve into something horrible.

>> No.18815639
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with no need to dig the claws shrunk

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>>18814257

The Growth of Rockdonis continues and in time they almost reach the size of and adult Lem.

>> No.18815735
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padded feet to cross sand easier

>> No.18815803

rolled 6 = 6

I was asleep for rolling. I'll roll for the sandcoral usmal, and then give their storm adaptation.

>> No.18815804
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jointed forearms for manoeuvrability, also to reach for higher branches/plants to eat (still omnivorous)

>> No.18815852
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>>18815602

A splinter species of the sand devils emerges.
These new creatures are smaller than their ancestors, and they have adapted to a new environment.
They live near the mountainous terrain, where the warm thermal winds occur often. The jet wespar flock to these areas, as they use these winds to gain height. The shooting devils have specialized in to hunting these small fliers.
As they lack proper necks, they instead have to tilt their whole bodies upwards, in order to shoot at the flying critters.

Their tails have grown and gained strength, so they might support the creature's weight. Their eyesight has also improved.
However, the greatest improvement has happened to their spine launching organ. They have developed a specialized set of lungs with extremely powerful muscles under their carapace, that is able to generate immense air pressure, that they use to "sneeze" the spines outwards.

To channel these spines, they have developed a sturdy muscular tube, that extends under their topmost jaw. The spines are lubricated by poisonous mucus when they are squeezed through this tube at great speeds. The tube allows the creatures to be extremely accurate with their spines, easily being able to hit targets several hundreds of meters away.

They use these spines to shoot down the wespars flying over them, and then eat the impaled creatures.
They can use these spines to kill other creatures too, but as they are smaller than the proper sand devils, they are often out competed by them in other niches.

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>>18815852
icwudt

>> No.18815885
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>>18815868

You bet I did.
And that is just the beginning.

>> No.18816033

>>18815885
>>18815885
>inb4 they are the new Vyrii

>> No.18816047
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joints for the joints god

>> No.18816051
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A new wespar species emerges.
The ancestors of the of the tapping wespar developed a curious behavioral trait. They would tap the sand rhythmically, and as a juvenile sand worm eventually emerged, they would implant their eggs to the creature, as the worm is quite helpless against the fast flying parasites.

The tapping wespar's secondary arms have developed into long thin claw tipped appendages, that they use cause vibrations trough the sand, and in doing so, luring young sandworms to them.

They have also developed powerful acidulous poison, that they use to melt trough the softer parts of the thick sandworm skin. The host is temporarily paralyzed, just for long enough to allow the wespar to implant it's eggs.

This parasitism is only lethal for the very young worms, but it strains the bodies of the adults as well. After few weeks of feasting on the worm flesh, the wespar nymphs burst from the skin of the worm. They can time their departure to a moment when the worm is above the sand, as they can sense the electrical pulses dispersing from the worms emergence from the sand. They use their jaws and powerful acids to dig trough the worm's flesh, and escape their warm cradle.

>> No.18816114
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The tankdoni grow larger, their mouth parts become more better suited for multitude of diets and their color changes to suit more rocky environments.

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>>18815803
The sandcoral usmal develop a gland at the bottom of their mouths which gives a squirt of a specialized version of their mucus. When it comes into contact with the air, it quickly hardens into a flying pin. They fire a large number of these pins to startle predators so that the usmal has an opportunity to escape.

To adapt to the storms which now can shift the sands more than before, the mucus of these usmal has started to become stronger and harder when dried, allowing for taller sand towers for when the dunes grow, and more capable of supporting their own weight for when they recede.

>> No.18816139
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Burrogadillo's hind legs are strengthened, helping it reach to the higher fruits and plants

>> No.18816155
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>>18816051

This parasitism has forced the sandworms to become smarter.
They can now learn from their mistakes. A sandworm that has been infected with the wesper spawns, will avoid the same kind of vibrations that lured them the first time.

They can also learn other things as well. The are by now means very smart, but their intellect is enough for them to be able to learn some simple behavior traits of their prey, and how the best ways to use those traits to the worm's advantage.

>> No.18816275

>>18816155
Tremors! I love this thread, I have some new monsters for tomorrow game.

>> No.18816538
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The Greater Armoured Burrog has lost some of its shell around the joints of its limbs, and it's muscles have developed enough to allow it to stand upright for a very short period of time. This is used during fighting for a mate, warding off predators, or reaching for food.
Its "hands" are little more than paws, only used to swipe rather than grab.

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>>18816275

A species of bigger blade sandonis emerges.

The blade runners are faster and bigger than their ancestors, but even more unsuited for the dunes. These creatures hunt on the arid plains surrounding the desert, and in the rocky terrain of the canyons and mountains.

What remains of their wings have developed into a jointed appendages that help the creature balance it's stride.

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>>18816155

As the sandworms are now not as easily fooled, the tapping wespar has started mimicking the vibrations other creatures cause. This eventually led to the development of bigger brains, as they wespars needed to quickly learn how to mimic suitable vibrations.

The sandworms and the wespers are in an evolutionary arms race of intelligence.
As the mimics become smarter, they find new ways of luring the worms, and the worms who happen to be smart enough to not fall to their tricks, pass on their intelligence to their descendants.

>> No.18816710
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The Ambush Usmal refine there stealth abilities to a point where they no longer need to be as fast as they were before. To make up for this they now grow twice as big, and walk slightly up right. There front legs have become much stronger and support long bones witch act as claws. There tail no longer falls of and the poison sacks have dried up witch they can now use as a subsonic rattle to communicate with there packs.

>> No.18816755

>>18810897
@Non Gent - My strain of KasKus do most of everything in that list except eat duh meats. Thats okay right?

>> No.18816805
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>>18815852

As the predation by the shooting devils increase, the jet waspar populations are forced to adapt.
Some lose their long back fin, but gain two additional movable wings. These small wings allow them to rapidly change their direction, zip trough air like crazed bullets, making them harder targets. They are now extremely maneuverable.

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>>18816710
There teeth are also now much larger and stronger then be fore.

>> No.18817503

>>18816755
yes. super ok. Go fourth and eat flesh with my blessing. on top of this your plants can crawl around with specialized leaves. terrorize the dunes.

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>>18816805

The shooting devils adapt to the new maneuverability of their prey by further developing their spine shooter organ. The organ's muscles have grown, as well as the "lungs" that generate the immense air pressure. The sand the creature launches and stores within it's carapace are very small. They are however launched at such speed that they are almost equivalent to bullet. Also because of their small size, the shooting devil can spit these shards at increased rate, and store up to thousand of them inside their carapace.

The devils can shoot extremely rapidly, over 10 spines/second. They simply fill the air with sand spikes, making escape from them mostly a matter of luck.

Their forelimbs are now mostly used for stabilization, as they move by slithering around on their strong tails. They live in small colonies, at the bases of mountains. Normally, they are quite inactive, just basking in the sun and waiting for a wespar swarm to attempt to utilize the thermal winds. When the wespars arrive, the devils spring into action. They start all spraying the air with shards, each one focusing on their own area of the sky. The shard streams rarely cross, as the creatures co-ordinate their barrages quite well.

This co-operation all but vanishes when the time to claim the kills comes. They fight viscously over the food, usually the most strongest coming on top, and eating first.

>> No.18817702

>>18817676
>>18816805

And so the Arms Race begins...

It's only a matter of time before one of these fuckers develops the biological equivalent of a nuke.

>> No.18817760
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>>18817702

>there is an arms race between the hydralisk wannabes and the fucking organic jetplanes.
>there is also and arms race of intelligence between the GODDAMN sandworms and parasitic fucking wasps.
>mfw.

Who ever wins, the rest of us lose.

>> No.18817806

>>18817760
In addition there are many races of bugs, some shoot acid, some are giant rocks, and they're all vicious.

in addition to metallic plants.

>> No.18817833

>>18817503
MUHAHAHA no worries I will get there soon!

>> No.18817933
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The blade runners develop additional blade arms.
The tip of their tail has split in two, and within tips are special veins, in which flows fluids.
This organ gives the creature heightened sense of balance.

>> No.18818086
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The competition of smarts between the worms and the wespars fuels the development of the worm brains. They can learn quite fast now, and are even able of coming up with new, quite complex ways of hunting their prey, like intentionally collapsing dunes under their victim with sudden bursts of vibrations.

Even still, the main role of their intelligence is to avoid the dam wasps when they are young.
They are at the height of their smartness in their juvenile phase, they learn fast, adapt fast and think fast. As they grow older, this intelligence starts to fade. They retain some of it, but their ability to learn is greatly diminished. But they still remember everything they learned in their youth.

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Hi guys

>> No.18818421
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>>18814416
the aerial cho have developed a tougher membrane infused with the plant's resin. the "wings" become more rigid, as well as being more resistant to damage.

the root ball has simplified due to constant uprootings, and has become a cluster of vine-like tendrils that can move more quickly to sop up resources before another flight.

>> No.18818428
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The Kaskus's instinctive relationship with Wespars has developed further, the Tooper leaves becoming a fixed feature, with metal reinforced hooks underneath developed to provide a nesting place for the Wespar. The Kaskus's horomone emmiters have evolved further allowing them to signal to Wespar hordes roosted in their leaves if a threat to itself is imminant. Kaskus develop additional feeding troughs along the upper part of its shoots, underneath the leaves to faciliate wespar feeding.
The KasKus Roostas system grows stronger, reinforcing critical permanant root systems with metal to increase strength and provide resilance against predators. The kaskus evolves to push its fruit bearing roots to the surface to entice herbavors to come as prey for the Wespars.
The Flowruts' underwater tendrils develop beyond rudimentry control to slow presison movements furthing it's ability to effectivly gather sunlight. The flowers also develop a slow color shift that occours through the span of twilight, shifting to a fully black coloration in an attempt to utilize star/moonlight to further increase production.
The Roostas system has extened futher into the earth and discovered quartz deposits, as yet unutilized.

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>>18818086


As the worms became smarter, so did the wespar. Unfortunately intelligence alone quickly became insufficient at beating the quickly learning worms.
The wespar were forced to form hunting groups, that would together trick the worm more successfully than any of them could do alone. This co-operation forced the wespar to develop their social intelligence further.
They communicate with each other trough the bioluminescence of their wings and chirps.

They groups are usually formed from the wespars who shared their host, so in essence, they are siblings with each other. Although they can join up with other unrelated wespars. They aren't really hive like, they are meritocratic, the most able wespars lead their hunts, their family ties are rarely very important.

The mimic wespars are now slightly smarter than crows back here on earth.

>> No.18818709
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>>18817676

Some jet wespars develop longer wings, allowing them to better utilize even weak thermal winds to gain height. These wespar move in smaller groups than their swarming ancestors. They glide in the heights, monitoring the ground bellow, and when a suitable target reveals itself, they begin to descend towards it.
When they are about 300-800 meters away, they start shooting their poisonous spines towards the creature. Their spines are longer, and they will fracture when they strike their target. Within the spine is stomach acid, that causes horrible pains and begins to dissolve the victim, while also wrecking it's muscle tissue with powerful enzymes.

The wespars will glide over it's kill, and wait for it to die. These wespar are somewhat bigger than their cousins, and their massive wings and light weight allow them to rise to the heights with minimal winds.

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>>18818421
the aerial cho begin to use their tendrils as kite tails, and their "wings" have developed the ability to flex open to catch more wind. sometimes, aerial cho can be seen gliding for days after a sandstorm subsides.

>> No.18818775
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>>18818709

Another wespar species also emerges.
The smoke wespars have developed pores at their sides, from which they release smoke like thick clouds of material, mostly made from bodily waste. One wespar can't release much, but in swarms of thousands, they can quickly blot out the sky with their sickly green smoke screens. The older the wespar is, the more they release the stuff, as the body's dead cells and dying parts are also added to the mix.

They use this smoke to hide themselves from the shooting devils when they approach the mountains.

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>>18818525

Eventually, the mimic wespars form relatively complex social groups. They are usually led by the most experienced individuals.
Their bodies change too, as by working together, they could also easily prey on other creatures than the worms. They begin to live longer, and they grow in size.
The two rear wings pairs atrophy, and start working mainly as communication organs.
They become more intelligent, as the social interaction fuels their brain growth. They are now slightly smarter than dolphins or chimpanzees.
The sandworms, although not their primary prey for food, serve a vital role for their reproduction. The mimics still hunt them, but with strange obsessive behaviors. They have developed simple rituals that they partake in every time they are about to hunt a worm, and they seem to pay strange respect for the lumbering behemoths while they lay their eggs within them.

They also have started to prey on older worms, as they are far easier to trick than the younger, more intelligent ones. As this parasitism is almost never lethal for the worm, thus it doesn't have as great effect on their reproductive success it would have if they were younger, the worms aren't as fast to evolve counter measures to the parasitism of the now almost sapient wespars.

>Yes, I made the parasitic wasps sapient. This is going to be very interesting, I am sure of it.

>> No.18818915
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Kaskus Nomenclature! (because its getting confusing even for me and I may add more)
Underwater Kaskus roots - Kaskus Flowruts
Tops of Kaskus - Kaskus Toopers
Root system of Kaskus - Kaskus Roostas

The Kaskus's instinctive relationship with Wespars has developed further, the Tooper leaves becoming a fixed feature, with metal reinforced hooks underneath developed to provide a nesting place for the Wespar. The Kaskus's horomone emmiters have evolved further allowing them to signal to Wespar hordes roosted in their leaves if a threat to itself is imminant. Kaskus develop additional feeding troughs along the upper part of its shoots, underneath the leaves to faciliate wespar feeding.
The KasKus Roostas system grows stronger, reinforcing critical permanant root systems with metal to increase strength and provide resilance against predators. The kaskus evolves to push its fruit bearing roots to the surface to entice herbavors to come as prey for the Wespars.
The Flowruts' underwater tendrils develop beyond rudimentry control to slow presison movements furthing it's ability to effectivly gather sunlight. The flowers also develop a slow color shift that occours through the span of twilight, shifting to a fully black coloration in an attempt to utilize star/moonlight to further increase production.
The Roostas system has extened futher into the earth and discovered quartz deposits, as yet unutilized.

>> No.18818934

>>18818915
>>18818915
Sorry Double post D:

>> No.18818942

I switched to FF from IE cause IE was being a bitch.

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Kaskus Roostas have evolved to support further expansion and have developed attack roots tiped with quartz.Which when they discover a non-Kaskus root system they spear into the foreign root system and begin assimilating the foreign plant into the Kaskus system. This allows the Kaskus plant to access and utilize foreign plant systems, but as of yet it is unable to replicate foreign plant mechanics.

>> No.18819177
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Ok, decided to do a tiny clarification kind of thing.

The Creeper/Spiked cho (same plant) grow mainly around permanent Oasis or other sources of regular water, usually taking up much of the space near the edge not occupied by other flora. When there is a significant disturbance (such as structural damage) it wraps itself up in a hard spike shape and sinks slightly into the ground, exposing only it's armoured sections.

Many of the lighter creatures can walk on these plants to avoid sandworm attention since it's vibrations will be absorbed by the plant.

>flower + other missed evolutions
The creeper cho have evolved a giant water storage spire growing from it's center. During the night the Cho's bio-luminescence is refracted and rainbow lights are shot out all over the desert.
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Mimic Cho, grow in the same areas as any other type of cho and take on it's characteristics. Mimic cho spreads itself by latching it's spores unto other cho spores and copying several things from it's host, most times consuming the one it latched on to, ending up growing in the midst of other real cho it did not latch on to.

Mimic-Creeper cho can sense nearby prey and if a small enough creature steps on it, it will close up and squish it inside, what looked like spore shooters revealing themselves to be spikes that it uses to tear apart the captured prey inside.
>evolution
The mimic cho has also evolved a spire, however this spire does not hold water, but more spikes to shoot at prey it senses(max 25 now).

>> No.18819198
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>>18819100
>attacking other plants
challenge accepted

>> No.18819234

>>18819198
more gravitating to symbiotic relationships but I don't feel like I can responsibly evolve that quickly.

>> No.18819292

>>18819234
>Hijack everything
>Root synapse network
>Form sentience

>> No.18819484
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>>18819177
OASIS RAVE
where all the cool monstrosities hang out at night.

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>>18819292 OH YOU! :D

Due to their recent evolutionary accelerations in growth speed and root support systems the Kaskus

plants envelope the Oasis, filling all areas yet unpopulated by existing creatures, everywhere the

roots have sufficent hold. Kaskus Flowruts have heavily populated the center of the Oasis waterbody

and are spreading sopraticly toward the shore to bring in more sunlight. As of yet the Kaskus plant

has been unable to fully extend out into the desert, relying heavily on it's water source. The

Kaskus Roostas have extened and penetrated into various different fauna's root systems around the

Oasis. This enables the Kaskus to detect more information indidiacative of its surroundings. This

increases the demand on the Kaskus plants collective hivemind and results in the development of a

new type of Kaskus plant component: The Kaskus Naruiv. Located deep within the earth this Kaskus component handles the rudimentry chemical-driven inteligence of the hivemind and facilitates processing information and responding to threats throughout the network of connected Kaskus and assimilated plants.

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The ambush Usmal are now bipedal. They live in tight packs that hunt and raise young together. They are slightly smarter then wolves, being able to plan ambushes, and communicating using there subsonic tail rattling.

>> No.18819919
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Oasis Map so far?
>Not-so-sure<

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>>18818738
The aerial cho has developed its wings significantly enough to allow it to take advantage of thermal updrafts to continue gliding for a significant period after its initial launch.

the bulb has developed distal canards to help with balance.

from their distinct lack of meat content, the aerial cho are able to fly through and alongside swarms of wespar subspecies. this has prompted a new reproductive strategy: their blossoms burst when touched, in hopes of covering a wespar in spores to be carried to new territory.

the plants' lifespans are steadily increasing to accomodate their long nomadic journeys.

>> No.18821539

just wondering, is there a size chart or something for most of the species? |
I'm having trouble getting a clear idea on the relative sizes of things

>> No.18821714

Awesome, we have Las Vegas plants (lightshow Cho), smart parasitic insectoids, zerglings, and sailing plants!

>>18818775
These Smoke Wespars create shadows using their smokes, so temperature drops slightly (0.1 celcius or so) under their cover. Other creatures may adapt to this relief in the desert.
On the other hand, plants might have to adapt to the decreased sunlight...

>> No.18822371
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18822371

Litte late maybe, not a fast drawer.

The Leaf Sandonis (henceforth the Titandonis) have changed much over time, in response to predators and the more severe sandstorms they have become much larger still, now able to carry several Cho plants on their backs which have formed a greater symbiotic bond. The Cho roots now intergrate with the Titandonis blood stream, sharing nutrients and water both ways. The Cho plants now provide 60-70% of the Titandonis energy needs allowing it to be an opportunistic scavanger/predator as it wanders the desert looking for water which it can store a significant amount of too keep its Cho plants alive.

They are now large and heavy enough that when a sandstorm hits they hunker down, using the shields on their legs to protect the vulnerable plants on their back.

>> No.18822382

>>18822371
oh, and they developed a longer jointed proboscis like there stalker cousins to better reach water/prey

>> No.18822559
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The digestive acids of the sandcoral usmal mix with the spear mucus. Their spears now begin to corrode whatever they stick into for a few minutes.

>> No.18822597
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The wesper turned out to not be so many species, as a lot of independent life cycles, when enviromental conditions were right a handfull would be able to progress to the next stage, while others could continue to breed at their existing level. Eventually we have what are the "Great Wesper". Evolved to play host to a swarm they are much larger then any other lifeform in the desert. However they cant land, and that makes them completely reliant on their swarm for nourishment. They have syringe like spikes on their wings that attach to their host swarm and share nutrients. When the Great Wesper is flying at super high altitudes this allows the normally high metabolism of the bullet wesper to slow down dramataically and feed off of the Great Wesper. At low altitudes it deploys the swarm, and feeds them sensory information form itself, and they reciprocate. No telepathy, its actually radio frequency. The head of the Great Wespar is highly evolved. Being able to sense all spectrums of light, elecromagnetic spectrums, and even a grasp of magnetic fields it processes this and broadcasts it to the swarm. When they have located prey, if need be, it can fire off a single massive spike at hypersonic speeds. The frequency of the spike launches is dependent on how much the swarm can feed their host. Finally, it has long feeding tubes dangling from its wings to nourish other wesper that are currently not docked on or within.

>> No.18822768

>>18822597
I dub thee Aigaion. Those who get the reference may evolve defence against this threat.

>> No.18823026
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Some social mimics begin to revere the sand worms as the rulers of life and death. To them, this is only natural. They are born from the worm flesh, and the worms will devour anything that dies on the sands.

They have also formed a strange relationship with the massive, mostly immobile worms. A relationship that resembles some sort of sick and twisted worship. The wespars lay their eggs within the skin of the worm, but they also bring the worm ample amounts of food they hunt, as some sort of sacrifices. These worms who would otherwise die of starvation, now continue to live and grow, as they are being fed by their parasites.

>> No.18823173
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18823173

Would anyone be willing to give this an update?

>> No.18823209
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18823209

Things began to come from the West continent, swept ashore on the oceanic Frilla fronds, or blown in with the storm.
Here is one of them, the Flying Slizer, Dragon of the West.

>> No.18823221
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18823221

>>18823209
Here's another: the Stelvac, small ambusher of the Frilla fronds.

>> No.18823222

>>18823173
i'll go through this and the last thread and give it a go. if people could post the current size of their species relative to its ancestor in that pick it would make things a lot easier.

>> No.18823282

>>18823222
Sandcoral Usmal haven't changed size at all.

>>18823209
Any Flouz incoming? The living blimps.

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>>18823221
and the Chuflouz. These creatures are now available for evolving. They colonize the non-desert areas of the Central continent, but some have wandered into the desert.

>> No.18823343
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>>18823307
and the Chuflouz. These creatures are now available for evolving. They colonize the non-desert areas of the Central continent, but some have wandered into the desert.

>> No.18823453
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The shooting devils (IG, could we get a better name? I can't come up with anything.) have developed even bigger "lungs" for properlling their shards, but they haven't really been able to counter the smoke screen the jet wespar utilize.
Sure, they can get the occasional kill, but not as many as they used to get. Their infrared vision won't help them, as the smoke cloud of the wespar is as warm as the creatures themselves, masking their body-heat.

Because of this, some shooting devils have started hunting other creatures as well. Their sand devil cousins might be bigger and more fearsome, but the shooting devils have the range advantage now, in addition of them working in groups. They can fill a creature with sand-spines extremely fast, allowing them to quickly kill even bigger creatures.

These hunting packs have started migrating from the mountains to the plains and the arid edges of the deserts. There is a strict hierarchy within the group. The strongest male leads them, eats first and gets the females. Disputes between the creatures are settled with duels, fought with their sharp arm blades.
They are rarely lethal, but it is rare for both the combatants to come out of the duel without wounds.

>> No.18823642

>>18823453
I dub thee Houyi then. Sure, they can kill softer creatures, but their javelins ping off harmlessly against heavier-armored creatures.

>> No.18823683
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>>18823453
((hey, consider this a splinter species if you dont like it, and then you can say yours killed off the mutants within a generation.))
The Houyi needed to get around better, faster. A third leg gave them a tripod like stance which had unforeseen benefits such as the ability to stretch up high and see over small obstacles, thus delivering their deadly barrage more effectively. They also can now "swim" just under the surface of the sand by pulling their limbs in close to their body. It is always a giveaway when they are on the move though due to their carapace sticking out like a shark's fin.

>> No.18823783
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The blade runners become increasingly social. They hunt in wolf like packs, surrounding and outmaneuvering their prey, before violently cutting them open. They communicate trough grasshopper like chirping they produce by rubbing their twin tails together. Hard and small chitin spikes have developed on the inner sides of both tail tips, allowing the creatures to produce louder chirps.

>> No.18823791
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18823791

heres what I could come up with
any corrections, missing species?
Top section is the old chart.

Also IG, how big are the new comers relative to what we have in the desert?

>> No.18823878
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>>18823791
also here, havea copy thats not so huge.

>> No.18823942

>>18823878
Normal huge mouth sand devils should be somewhere in here. Along with cloaking usmal.

>> No.18823966
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18823966

Some of the usmal have become scavengers in the harshness of desert and their colour have also changed.

>> No.18824028

>>18823878
Flying Slizer: about the size of a Houyi
Stelvac: about the size of Coral Usmal
Cthulflouz: Tankdoni big, I guess?

>> No.18824060
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>>18823683

The splinter Houyi species quickly adopts a new niche. They become ambush predators, lurking under the sand or in the cover of rocks, they burst only when a suitable prey passes by. They quickly unleash a barrage of rather long poisonous javelins, that do short work out of most critters.

Their third limb made them poorly suited for swimming in the sand, as they were less streamlined. Their long tails also often got in their way, and thus it became much smaller. They use their tails to dig their ambush burrows.

They move by quickly skittering over rocky terrain, or propelling themselves with their tails on dunes. They prefer the rockier areas, as their body structure makes it quite hard for them to move in sand. They are smaller than their two limbed cousins.

>> No.18824087
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18824087

>>18823966

Usmals small legs aren't that well suited for walking in the sand, so in time those with larger legs survived and thus evolved them to have larger legs

>> No.18824102

>>18823942
right, how big are those ones?

>> No.18824145
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18824145

The Devil Houyi (no longer sand devils.) Have become the largest of their species, Standing about three times as tall as any other specimen. They have lost the ability to spew spines, but gained the familiar tripod shape that is begining to spread across their kind. They have also gained massive sword like arms to hack away at the most heavily armored of enemies. Interestingly they do not prey on any other Houyi. Indeed, an entourage of the other Houyi species can be seen following a massive Devil Houyi into battle. As the giant rips and destroyed and is the focus of the defender, the smaller creatures launch spikes with impunity.

>> No.18824148

>>18823878

Note that although the landworm you put there is about the right size, the proper sandworms can grow much bigger. They truly ancient ones can weigh several hundreds of tons. They don't move around much, as they are basically massive hills in themselves.

>> No.18824165
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18824165

>>18824087

To better see their surroundings and flying predators, Pusmals upper body started to go higher as those who see danger will live longer.

>> No.18824238
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18824238

right, hows this?

>> No.18824287

>>18824238

The blade runners should be somewhat bigger. They are one of the largest sandoni descendants around. Only the tankdonis and the great sandonis are bigger.
The ambush Houyi are smaller than the snake like ones and the devil houyi is too big imho.
The chutluflouz is too small, they are bigger than the flying slizers.

>> No.18824314
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>>18820263
evolved enough to deserve a fresh new name, the albatross cho develop.

the plants slowly develop a massive wingspan, and supplementary structures grow to support the huge wings.

cells along the caudal vines adapt to suck moisture from the air around them, negating the need to absorb fluids from the earth. these cells are also able to pick up trace minerals from wind-blown sand.

it is rare to see an albatross cho on the ground, save for seedlings planted on corpses by hunting wesper. much of their long lives are spent on the wing, their rudimentary chemical processes steering them towards pockets of humid air to feast upon.

>> No.18824334

>>18824314
also: sorry to size chart anon for making a new evolution while you're working. these things are bodily the same size as the last ones, so it's not important to include the wingspan increase in the chart.

>> No.18824378
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18824378

>>18824165

To survive in harsh climate the Pusmals have develloped humps in their backs where they can store water for dry seasons. This also makes themselves a good source of sustenance for other creatures.

>> No.18824393
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18824393

>>18823026

A symbiotic relations ship has formed between the sandworms and the mimic wespar (Name IG? I need a name! I can't think of any for them!)

The mimics use the massive immobile sandworms as incubators for their young, and as home analogues. They feed the massive creature with the prey the manage to kill, keeping the worm alive. This feeding allows the worm to continue to lay eggs, as it no longer needs to expend energy so it could get food. The wespar leave the juvenile worms alone, and lay their eggs inside the softer parts of the massive ancient worms.

This parasitism hardly effects the worm, as the worm is thousands of times larger and heavier than the larval wespar feasting on it's flesh.
This relationship benefits both parties. It allows the wespar to breed easily, while also allowing the worm to continue to lay eggs even in it's later life.

The worm populations begin to bloom, as these massive creatures produce hordes of their somewhat intelligent spawn.

>> No.18824395
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>>18824287
better?

>> No.18824436

>>18824287
nah. the devils are spot on. they are meant to be able to go toe to toe with the bigger Sandoni variants. The Great Wespar is fucking huge. you might as well not put it on the chart. Its up there in terms of size with smaller of hte fuckhuge sandworms, and there are very very few of them. Think of them as...a biological flying airbase from ace-combat games. They are fucking big, slow, high flyers with limited offensive capabilities, the masterminds behind the jet wesper swarms.

>> No.18824482

Unless they somehow make themselves inedible, I think someone needs to work on the chutluflouz if they are going to stay here; Else the jetbugs are gonna turn the whole species into a fine paste.

>> No.18824484

>>18824393
suzumebachi + mozou = Suzumou, you have a race name. Its a mangling of japanese for Wasp and Mimic.

>> No.18824487

>>18824395

Yeah, that's much better.
Some species seem to be missing from the chart however. Species such as the swarming smoke wespar and the long winged wespar, in addition to the proper sandworms.

The smoke wespar are very small, smaller than the mimic wespars, the long winged ones are slightly bigger than the smoke ones and the sandworms are bloody massive.
Just look at this picture for size comparison.
>>18824393
The small blueish things are supposed to be the wespar when compared to the worm.

The mimics are about the size of a 7 year old child btw.

>> No.18824507

>>18824484

Thanks, that sound neat!

>> No.18824516

>>18824334
its cool, I expected that sort of thing to happen.
I've got to go out for a few hours anyway so I'll let things evolve and make a new chart when I get back.

perhaps we should decide on a set unit to measure size by and people can give a number to the size of the species that would make this heaps easier.

>> No.18824556
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18824556

Chuflouz have become more active in hunting the newly increased sand wurm population. While not many are successful at first over a few generations the chuflouz evolve eyes that help them hunt larval sand wurms.

Gotta have some sort of flying population watchers.

>> No.18824557
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18824557

>>18824378

Being scavengers, Pusmals have gone to next stage in their facial evolution as they now have proper mouth and some teeths to better eat corpses. also their eyes were vulnerable but now they are better protected being close to the face.

In these times the Pusmal reproduction changed so that they now have Queen matriarch thats only purpose is to give birth to new pusmals. this has caused a massive boost to the newborn pusmals. Predators be rejoiced.

>> No.18824567

Is there a Wiki somewhere for this game?

>> No.18824635

>>18824567
oh man if i could build wikis.
somebody who can build wikis. do that thing.

>> No.18824642

>>18824567
sadly no. and its a fucking epic game. if you want in the rules are simple. grab a race, any race, from any point in this thread, and evolve it into a splinter. then go from there. None of us have exclusive rights to prevent a race from evolving. fuck. i regularly meddle in the evolution of creatures that other people make. If they like em, it evolves on in the main strand, if not, its a splinter that part of the background.
----
with that said. if you want to dig. this is the archive...and its fucking awesome. http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Primordial

>> No.18824650

>>18824556

How do they break the hard shells or bypass this resistance?

>> No.18824701

>>18824650
drop them on rocks from really high up?

>> No.18824716
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>>18824395
Feel free to remove the drawing of the Sandcoral Usmals' structures.

If this is too much of a skip, just tell me.
After mating, the female Sandcoral usmal undergo a metamorphosis where they gain a pair of wings so that they can fly across the desert to find a suitable location to lay their eggs. For a a few days every four months, the skies are
filled with these females.
What I can compare this to would be like the mayflies around this gas station.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayHZUDtuII0

Yes, I'm making the bottom of the food-chain here. No matter how many predators there are, there will always be more of these. There's also a little something for when we reach tribal, this variety of usmal is a good indicator for where to dig a well.

>> No.18824752

>>18824567
>>18824635
>>18824642
If anyone knows how to lay out a wiki page, this thread would be included in an article for the Primordial Evolution Game.
>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Evolution_Games

>> No.18824774
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The running Houyi develop longer tail, allowing the creature to better balance itself. Their ankle claws also develop joints, allowing the creature to move them. This is helpful for the young houyi, as it allows them to climb around easier.

>> No.18824785

in a sea of predators this is glorious. keep it up.

>> No.18824788

bumb limit reached!

New thread?

>> No.18824790

>>18824650
Stomach acid and larval forms being a bit weaker. Chuflouz have tentacles that can go worm around in the sands.

>> No.18824880

>>18824863 NEW THREAD GO HERE. OLD THREAD DEAD

>> No.18824883

>>18824557

Pusmals make their hives underground where they use their saliva to make the walls extremely hard. Great diggers like sandworms can dig through these walls but it takes time and with all that noise Pusmals already know it's coming.

gonna make pics of hive and continue their evolution later .
New thread soon eh?

>> No.18824914

>>18824880
new thread. go there. this one is dead. also, someone archive. you archive now.

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