Experimenting.

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11builderboy11
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Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:02 pm

I'm starting a new experiment. And here's what it will be:

1. Creatures: The creatures will be random.
2. Map: The map will mostly be a beach-like are, with only 2 fertile areas.
3. Fertility Sensitivity: The fertility's sensitivity will be 1.5

I am hoping to see atleast 1 surviving specie. I will also randomly have events. (heating,cooling,etc.)

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:16 pm

I've already got some results.
So far, there's 3 species. The most major one is a fluffy dodobirdquadtentamouthmadoo.
Joea corrupiopsis (dodobirdfluffermadoo)
Averages:
Aggression: Neutral
Curiosity: Curious
Amorousness: Very Amorous
Interest in trees: Some interest in trees.
Diet: Omnivore
I don't feel like writing a bio of every single thing that moves, so I'll just try to describe them.
Chrytatus aztecastein
A blue-and-gray creature with a short tail and long legs. The creatures have a beak and 1 eye.
Cyttatus malachari
A yellow bird-crab thingie with big feet. The feet are circles with a spike on front.

Also, there's NOTHING living on the second fertile area. There's 2 corpses in the second area,though.

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:19 pm

11builderboy11 wrote:I've already got some results.
So far, there's 3 species. The most major one is a fluffy dodobirdquadtentamouthmadoo.
Joea corrupiopsis (dodobirdfluffermadoo)
Averages:
Aggression: Neutral
Curiosity: Curious
Amorousness: Very Amorous
Interest in trees: Some interest in trees.
Diet: Omnivore
I don't feel like writing a bio of every single thing that moves, so I'll just try to describe them.
Chrytatus aztecastein
A blue-and-gray creature with a short tail and long legs. The creatures have a beak and 1 eye.
Cyttatus malachari
A yellow bird-crab thingie with big feet. The feet are circles with a spike on front.

Also, there's NOTHING living on the second fertile area. There's 2 corpses in the second area,though.
I resurrected one of the bodies, and surprise surprise. It was a specimen of the yellow crab things. I wonder why did all of the creatures of the second fertile area go extinct?

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:25 pm

Here's some pics.
Blue birds:
Image
Dodobirdfluffamadoos:
Image
Resurrected creature:
Image

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:26 pm

I shall now reduce the fertility to 1. What could possibly go wrong?

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:32 pm

The flufferdodomadoos have went extinct, because they breeded too much and ate their enviroment away. The yellow crab-bird species that I resurrected are now on the rise.

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:35 pm

The crab-birds nearly suffered the fate of the flufferdodos, but luckily survived thanks to seperate ''tribes'' in different areas.

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:40 pm

The crab-birds recently evolved to rhinobirds. Image

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by Riulus » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:41 pm

I've got to be honest and say that this sounds like a normal day at the office for species.
Astronomy and simulating Planet collisions is so much fun...

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Re: Experimenting.

Post by 11builderboy11 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:50 pm

Well,dammit. The rhinobirds went extinct because over time,their IQ dropped by like, probably 50 IQ points.

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