The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by ClassyAmoeba » Tue Jan 26, 2016 1:57 am

dinoman9877 wrote:
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- Broaden Diet
What did we say about vague votes?
How about, incorporate fruits into the diet.
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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by dinoman9877 » Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:05 am

ClassyAmoeba wrote:
dinoman9877 wrote:
ClassyAmoeba wrote:
- Broaden Diet
What did we say about vague votes?
How about, incorporate fruits into the diet.
That requires a digestive system and teeth evolved to do that. You either need to ferment like an iguana or chew like a mammal.

Which means you need to either put votes toward flat teeth or a specialized hindgut full of microflora that can break down the cellulose.

If you want an example of how the iguana works: http://reptile-parrots.com/forums/showt ... ive-System

If you want an example of how the mammals work: Eat an apple.

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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by ClassyAmoeba » Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:09 am

dinoman9877 wrote:
ClassyAmoeba wrote:
dinoman9877 wrote:
What did we say about vague votes?
How about, incorporate fruits into the diet.
That requires a digestive system and teeth evolved to do that. You either need to ferment like an iguana or chew like a mammal.

Which means you need to either put votes toward flat teeth or a specialized hindgut full of microflora that can break down the cellulose.

If you want an example of how the iguana works: http://reptile-parrots.com/forums/showt ... ive-System

If you want an example of how the mammals work: Eat an apple.
Then, let's eat fruit that has a high sugar content and that my species can swallow whole. I am sure the sucrose and fructose can be digested.
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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by dinoman9877 » Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:13 am

ClassyAmoeba wrote:
dinoman9877 wrote:
ClassyAmoeba wrote: How about, incorporate fruits into the diet.
That requires a digestive system and teeth evolved to do that. You either need to ferment like an iguana or chew like a mammal.

Which means you need to either put votes toward flat teeth or a specialized hindgut full of microflora that can break down the cellulose.

If you want an example of how the iguana works: http://reptile-parrots.com/forums/showt ... ive-System

If you want an example of how the mammals work: Eat an apple.
Then, let's eat fruit that has a high sugar content and that my species can swallow whole. I am sure the sucrose and fructose can be digested.
You're missing the point. ALL FRUIT HAVE CELLULOSE. No matter how soft it is, if you swallow it without chewing it'll come out the same. You have no teeth to grind up even a soft fruit. You have no crop with grit in it to grind the fruit (an alternative I forgot), and you have no specialized gut to digest the cellulose.

You can't automatically eat the fruit. You need to work up to it in some way.

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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by Alexcat989 » Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:41 am

-start developing crocodilian jaws
-longer tail
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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by 20 characters! » Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:47 am

Change my sting jawed vote to digesting cellulose.
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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by ClassyAmoeba » Tue Jan 26, 2016 3:55 am

dinoman9877 wrote:
ClassyAmoeba wrote:
dinoman9877 wrote:
That requires a digestive system and teeth evolved to do that. You either need to ferment like an iguana or chew like a mammal.

Which means you need to either put votes toward flat teeth or a specialized hindgut full of microflora that can break down the cellulose.

If you want an example of how the iguana works: http://reptile-parrots.com/forums/showt ... ive-System

If you want an example of how the mammals work: Eat an apple.
Then, let's eat fruit that has a high sugar content and that my species can swallow whole. I am sure the sucrose and fructose can be digested.
You're missing the point. ALL FRUIT HAVE CELLULOSE. No matter how soft it is, if you swallow it without chewing it'll come out the same. You have no teeth to grind up even a soft fruit. You have no crop with grit in it to grind the fruit (an alternative I forgot), and you have no specialized gut to digest the cellulose.

You can't automatically eat the fruit. You need to work up to it in some way.
Fine. Adopt cellulose digesting bacteria.
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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by GabrielGG » Tue Jan 26, 2016 12:58 pm

Votes:

- Better camouflage

- Better claws

If I do not vote for those two things, they continue to evolve on their own?
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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by dinoman9877 » Tue Jan 26, 2016 9:30 pm

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I gave you a warning Combi. You didn't respond in time and you kept trying to do useless or impossible adaptations. Quite frankly if it takes you this long to respond anyway then this game would be moving at a snail's pace. I'm sorry but next time do something that's viable, and respond in a timely manner.

And please refrain from spamming the thread. Thank you.
GabrielGG wrote:Votes:

- Better camouflage

- Better claws

If I do not vote for those two things, they continue to evolve on their own?
Nothing else will change if you do not vote for it. If you, for instance, changed your vote for your claws to something like a longer tail, then you would only get the camouflage and the tail. Your claws would stay the same strength as they currently are.

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Re: The Lizards of The Lost Isle (Evolution game)

Post by DehEvil » Tue Jan 26, 2016 10:10 pm

I didn't vote Yet right?

Longer tail to balance while walking

Tree/grass-like camouflage
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