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 Genesis - Mitosis, The Viscera - Creature Stage
Nox
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 01:32 PM


He always seemed like such a nice kid.....


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Wait, I only voted for E in the first place! laugh.gif



I am SOOOOO out of it right now..... blink.gif


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OathinBlood
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 01:53 PM


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Well isn't this a conundrum. Lenny conundrum.


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BodhiBloodWave
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 02:37 PM


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To save the trouble of waiting i'm removing the F from my vote to give E a lead (somehow read the moving to group as 1 action)
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Twitchmonkey
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 03:42 PM


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QUOTE (BodhiBloodWave @ Jun 28 2007, 07:12 AM)
Different actions Twitch, photosynth didn't have us rest, it had us feed. Had it been resting we would have stayed even on the fatigue

E) Crawl toward vibrations of similar size to the ones that you are making. (2 Actions, Fatigue -)
F) Stay where you are, tucked into the sand, and rest. (1 Action, Fatigue +)

rather then staying by ourselves we might want to try hooking up with a group of our own, the rest action is due to the fact it should be safe to rest amongst our own, and to keep our fatigue level stable

Still, because we failed at latching onto the Icthyopod, we ended up at a worse position than we started due to the other stats dropping. I'm just saying that unless it is an action we're sure we can do easily, we shouldn't ever go half-way.
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OathinBlood
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 04:07 PM


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Just to let you know, I rolled a dice. 1-3, you wouldn't get on, 4-6, you would. There'll be a lot left up to chance in this game.


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General Information
Species Name: Viscerid (Viscera)
Scientific Classification: Circulspiculida silimus – ‘Slime-Shell’
Average Life Span: 3 Weeks
Reproduction: Unknown.
Physical Description: Viscera are small, globular creatures. Their body is a small disc, about an inch in diameter, and transparent. The only features that decorate this flat disc are two cnidocytes-laced tentacles flanking a tiny, pincered mouth. A set of four rudimentary legs line each side of the disc, leaving the rear end featureless. Rising from the back of the viscerid is a brittle silicon-mucus shell, in the shape of a half-a-sphere.
Sensory Description: Viscera are have a fair sense of touch and taste, able to both feel and taste the arrival of their favourite hosts, the Ichthyopods.
Average Length: 1 Inch
Average Weight: 2.5 Grams
Current Environment: Algae-Infested Brackish Estuary
Food & Diet: Viscera are hemophages, feeding on the blood of the Ichthyopod in particular.
Feeding Method: Viscera latch on to the skin of the Ichthyopod, and slowly, clumsily make their way into the Ichthyopod’s mouth, which from there on in they crawl onto the roof of the mouth and latch on, inserting a minute proboscis with which they drain the blood of the Ichthyopod.
Movement Type: Viscera have eight clumsy, rudimentary legs.
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Stats
Brain: ●oooo (1/5)
Sight: ooooo (0/5)
Hearing: ooooo (0/5)
Touch: ●●ooo (1.65/5)
Taste: ●oooo (1/5)
Smell: ooooo (0/5)
Attack: ●●●oo (3.1/5)
Defence: ●●●oo (3.15/5)
Speed: ●●ooo (1.7/5)
Control: ●oooo (1.4/5)
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Stealth: ●oooo (1/5)
Metabolism: ●oooo (1/5)
Poison Resistance: ●oooo (1/5)
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Systems and Organs
Instinctive Minimal Brain (Brain +1)
Flat, Disc-Shaped Body (Touch +1.65, Taste +1)
Pair of Cnidocyte-Laced Tentacles (Attack +3.1)
Brittle Silicon-Mucus Globular Shell (Defence +3.15)
Eight Rudimentary Legs (Speed +1.7, Control +1.4)
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Algae-Infested Brackish Estuary Ecosystem
Creatures
Predators
Swimming Arthropod #1 Blunt-headed, large and slow. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.
Swimming Arthropod #2 – Long and thin, average size. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.
Swimming Arthropod #3 – Small, narrow, and delicate. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.

Hosts
Ichthyopod – Ichthyopods are massive, relative to the rest of the ecosystem. Their two-foot long, armour-plated bodies glide gracefully through algae-laced waters, pushing themselves through the green mass with a powerfully muscled tale. A large, constantly agape mouth swallows algae in their path, so that the water they leave in their wake is free of algae for a bit.

No Relation
Small Worm #1 – Thin, narrow, and plentiful.
Small Worm #2 – Wide, and hides under rocks. Plentiful around sponges.
Crawling Arthropod #1 – Large and wide.
Crinoid #1 – Three leaf-like filter mouths. Clings on to rocks.
Sponge #1 – Green tubular sponges.
Sponge #2 – Purple tubular sponges with short nubs on their sides.

Plants
Moving Plant #1 – Wide, circular. Moves to the sun.

Symbiotes
Endosymbionts
Veridiplast – Circulspicamicus veridisuperstes – A small, simple algae which lives within the tissue on our back. It can weather the toughest of environments, and simply blooms back into life when the conditions are favourable.
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Current Status
Name: Alfie
Body & Health: You are Fine.
Thoughts & Feelings: The primal instinct to breed is foremost in your brain, yet behind it there is a message to be tense, for danger is near.
Hunger: You are have a Full Stomach. (+1 Action)
Thirst: You are Content.
Fatigue: You are Slightly Tired.
Location: On the sandy floor illuminated by sunlight.
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The shadowy ceiling began moving closer and closer, slowly blotting out the sun. Our algae only had a few short minutes to live before the shadowy ceiling completed blocked out the sun. Fifteen minutes later, and the estuary sandbed was covered by darkness. Surprisingly, nothing changed much – many of the organisms were still too primordial to even sense light and darkness, and only more advanced creatures, like the Ichthyopods, even had eyes. The veridiplasts on Alfie’s back slowly died from lack of sunlight, and Alfie was able to digest their withered bodies. He wouldn’t have to feed for several more hours – just as well, for it seemed that the Ichthyopods had gone into hiding from the darkness. Alfie decided instead to move toward vibrations of a similar size to the ones that he was making. Presumably, there were more of his kind somewhere.

Slowly, struggling clumsily through the sand, Alfie passed groves of green and purple sponges, and herds of worms with odd protrusions and stubby legs. Not far away, by a rock, lay three viscera, apparently resting in the shade. Instincts in his brain told him to mate, yet he could not be sure that any of the three were even females. Still, behind those basic needs, there was a chemical message warning Alfie to be tense…something was off, something that he couldn’t sense.

Suddenly, a flurry of movement sent a wave of vibrations to Alfie. Where the wrigglings and crawlings of the herd of legged worms were before, there was nothing. The other three viscera also began to move, but whether they were moving away from Alfie or toward him, he couldn’t tell.

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What do you do? Choose 4 actions.
A) Move toward the other three viscera…
----- I) at a fast and rapid speed. (3 Actions)
----- II) at a normal, casual speed. (2 Actions)
B) Investigate where the herd of worms went, crawling over to the sponge beds where they were. (3 Actions)
C) Move toward the cover of the rocky sponge groves. (2 Actions)
D) Stay where you are in the sand, and try to burrow yourself deeper. (2 Actions)
E) Stay where you are, tucked into the sand, and rest. (1 Action)
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Acesolid
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 04:24 PM


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A) Move toward the other three viscera…
----- I) at a fast and rapid speed. (3 Actions)

I bet the other Viceras are running for cover, so we better follow them fast, and since we are so slow, we should go toward them as fast as we possibly can (still very slowly)
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Twitchmonkey
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 05:56 PM


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A) Move toward the other three viscera…
----- I) at a fast and rapid speed. (3 Actions)

Either they're running away from something, in which case we should follow, or they're running to us, in which case we should me with them to ensure we have some strength in numbers.
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OathinBlood
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 07:02 PM


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General Information
Species Name: Viscerid (Viscera)
Scientific Classification: Circulspiculida silimus – ‘Slime-Shell’
Average Life Span: 3 Weeks
Reproduction: Unknown.
Physical Description: Viscera are small, globular creatures. Their body is a small disc, about an inch in diameter, and transparent. The only features that decorate this flat disc are two cnidocytes-laced tentacles flanking a tiny, pincered mouth. A set of four rudimentary legs line each side of the disc, leaving the rear end featureless. Rising from the back of the viscerid is a brittle silicon-mucus shell, in the shape of a half-a-sphere.
Sensory Description: Viscera are have a fair sense of touch and taste, able to both feel and taste the arrival of their favourite hosts, the Ichthyopods.
Average Length: 1 Inch
Average Weight: 2.5 Grams
Current Environment: Algae-Infested Brackish Estuary
Food & Diet: Viscera are hemophages, feeding on the blood of the Ichthyopod in particular.
Feeding Method: Viscera latch on to the skin of the Ichthyopod, and slowly, clumsily make their way into the Ichthyopod’s mouth, which from there on in they crawl onto the roof of the mouth and latch on, inserting a minute proboscis with which they drain the blood of the Ichthyopod.
Movement Type: Viscera have eight clumsy, rudimentary legs.
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Stats
Brain: ●oooo (1/5)
Sight: ooooo (0/5)
Hearing: ooooo (0/5)
Touch: ●●ooo (1.65/5)
Taste: ●oooo (1/5)
Smell: ooooo (0/5)
Attack: ●●●oo (3.1/5)
Defence: ●●●oo (3.15/5)
Speed: ●●ooo (1.7/5)
Control: ●oooo (1.4/5)
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Stealth: ●oooo (1/5)
Metabolism: ●oooo (1/5)
Poison Resistance: ●oooo (1/5)
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Systems and Organs
Instinctive Minimal Brain (Brain +1)
Flat, Disc-Shaped Body (Touch +1.65, Taste +1)
Pair of Cnidocyte-Laced Tentacles (Attack +3.1)
Brittle Silicon-Mucus Globular Shell (Defence +3.15)
Eight Rudimentary Legs (Speed +1.7, Control +1.4)
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Algae-Infested Brackish Estuary Ecosystem
Creatures
Predators
Swimming Arthropod #1 Blunt-headed, large and slow. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.
Swimming Arthropod #2 – Long and thin, average size. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.
Swimming Arthropod #3 – Small, narrow, and delicate. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.

Hosts
Ichthyopod – Ichthyopods are massive, relative to the rest of the ecosystem. Their two-foot long, armour-plated bodies glide gracefully through algae-laced waters, pushing themselves through the green mass with a powerfully muscled tale. A large, constantly agape mouth swallows algae in their path, so that the water they leave in their wake is free of algae for a bit.

No Relation
Small Worm #1 – Thin, narrow, and plentiful.
Small Worm #2 – Wide, and hides under rocks. Plentiful around sponges.
Crawling Arthropod #1 – Large and wide.
Crinoid #1 – Three leaf-like filter mouths. Clings on to rocks.
Sponge #1 – Green tubular sponges.
Sponge #2 – Purple tubular sponges with short nubs on their sides.

Plants
Moving Plant #1 – Wide, circular. Moves to the sun.

Symbiotes
Endosymbionts
Veridiplast – Circulspicamicus veridisuperstes – A small, simple algae which lives within the tissue on our back. It can weather the toughest of environments, and simply blooms back into life when the conditions are favourable.
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Current Status
Name: Alfie
Body & Health: You are Fine.
Thoughts & Feelings: Your brain has an overwhelming sense of urgency to get into cover.
Hunger: You are have a Full Stomach. (+1 Action)
Thirst: You are Content.
Fatigue: You are Exhausted. (-2 Actions)
Location: On the sandy floor illuminated by sunlight.
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Alfie crawled rapidly toward the three other viscera, and quickly noticed that they were coming toward him…behind them, there was a cloud of hundreds of tiny vibrations – sand from the sandbed. Had Alfie had eyes, he would’ve seen a cloud of sand being whipped up by a large, oval, flattish shape. The wall of sand, and the creature that was whipping it up, was quickly advancing on them. By now the other viscera had scuttled past Alfie. Their minute brains lacked any sense of comradery, and they seeked only cover. A large rock lay not far from them, but by now, Alfie was tired. Turning around, he sensed that his body was exhausted – yet on the sandy plains, there was no where else to hide.
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What do you do? Choose 2 actions.
A) Move toward the rock that the other viscera are shambling toward…
----- I) at the fastest speed that you could muster. (2 Actions)
----- II) at paced, yet steady speed. (1 Actions)
B) Move toward the ever-advancing wall of sand and the creature creating it. (1 Action)
C) Stay where you are in the sand, and try to burrow yourself deeper. (2 Actions)
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A) Move toward the rock that the other viscera are shambling toward…
----- I) at the fastest speed that you could muster. (2 Actions)

This is another either or situation. That thing could either be a good new host, or death.
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OathinBlood
Posted: Jun 28 2007, 08:05 PM


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Smurf, any reason you're not voting?


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Acesolid
Posted: Jun 29 2007, 05:33 AM


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A) Move toward the rock that the other viscera are shambling toward…
----- I) at the fastest speed that you could muster. (2 Actions)

I hope they will be fast enought to escape....
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Khaak
Posted: Jun 29 2007, 06:42 AM


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Be not the Blade, who is mindless and without Will.
Be not the Warrior, who is numberless and without Will.
Be not the General, who is arrogant and without Will.
Be not the King, who is blind, who is deaf and without Will.

Be the Advisor, the Whisperer, who is not blind, who is not deaf, who cannot be arrogant, who is not numberless, who is not mindless.

And who has no need of Will.
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Posted: Jun 29 2007, 06:46 AM


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C) Stay where you are in the sand, and try to burrow yourself deeper. (2 Actions)

If we go to where the other viscera are swarming we will get eaten. Another option would be nice but I see this as the best.


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Nox
Posted: Jun 29 2007, 09:03 AM


He always seemed like such a nice kid.....


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What do you do? Choose 2 actions.
A) Move toward the rock that the other viscera are shambling toward…
----- I) at the fastest speed that you could muster. (2 Actions)



Burrowing into the sand might escape it, too, but I still think this has the highest chance of us not being chowed down.


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C) Stay where you are in the sand, and try to burrow yourself deeper. (2 Actions)
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OathinBlood
Posted: Jun 29 2007, 01:09 PM


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General Information
Species Name: Viscerid (Viscera)
Scientific Classification: Circulspiculida silimus – ‘Slime-Shell’
Average Life Span: 3 Weeks
Reproduction: Unknown.
Physical Description: Viscera are small, globular creatures. Their body is a small disc, about an inch in diameter, and transparent. The only features that decorate this flat disc are two cnidocytes-laced tentacles flanking a tiny, pincered mouth. A set of four rudimentary legs line each side of the disc, leaving the rear end featureless. Rising from the back of the viscerid is a brittle silicon-mucus shell, in the shape of a half-a-sphere.
Sensory Description: Viscera are have a fair sense of touch and taste, able to both feel and taste the arrival of their favourite hosts, the Ichthyopods.
Average Length: 1 Inch
Average Weight: 2.5 Grams
Current Environment: Algae-Infested Brackish Estuary
Food & Diet: Viscera are hemophages, feeding on the blood of the Ichthyopod in particular.
Feeding Method: Viscera latch on to the skin of the Ichthyopod, and slowly, clumsily make their way into the Ichthyopod’s mouth, which from there on in they crawl onto the roof of the mouth and latch on, inserting a minute proboscis with which they drain the blood of the Ichthyopod.
Movement Type: Viscera have eight clumsy, rudimentary legs.
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Stats
Brain: ●oooo (1/5)
Sight: ooooo (0/5)
Hearing: ooooo (0/5)
Touch: ●●ooo (1.65/5)
Taste: ●oooo (1/5)
Smell: ooooo (0/5)
Attack: ●●●oo (3.1/5)
Defence: ●●●oo (3.15/5)
Speed: ●●ooo (1.7/5)
Control: ●oooo (1.4/5)
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Stealth: ●oooo (1/5)
Metabolism: ●oooo (1/5)
Poison Resistance: ●oooo (1/5)
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Systems and Organs
Instinctive Minimal Brain (Brain +1)
Flat, Disc-Shaped Body (Touch +1.65, Taste +1)
Pair of Cnidocyte-Laced Tentacles (Attack +3.1)
Brittle Silicon-Mucus Globular Shell (Defence +3.15)
Eight Rudimentary Legs (Speed +1.7, Control +1.4)
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Algae-Infested Brackish Estuary Ecosystem
Creatures
Predators
Swimming Arthropod #1 Blunt-headed, large and slow. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.
Swimming Arthropod #2 – Long and thin, average size. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.
Swimming Arthropod #3 – Small, narrow, and delicate. Picks us off while we’re scaling the Ichthyopod.
Swimming Arthropod #4 – Long, flat. Kicks up sand to hunt for prey.

Hosts
Ichthyopod – Ichthyopods are massive, relative to the rest of the ecosystem. Their two-foot long, armour-plated bodies glide gracefully through algae-laced waters, pushing themselves through the green mass with a powerfully muscled tale. A large, constantly agape mouth swallows algae in their path, so that the water they leave in their wake is free of algae for a bit.

No Relation
Small Worm #1 – Thin, narrow, and plentiful.
Small Worm #2 – Wide, and hides under rocks. Plentiful around sponges.
Crawling Arthropod #1 – Large and wide.
Crinoid #1 – Three leaf-like filter mouths. Clings on to rocks.
Sponge #1 – Green tubular sponges.
Sponge #2 – Purple tubular sponges with short nubs on their sides.

Plants
Moving Plant #1 – Wide, circular. Moves to the sun.

Symbiotes
Endosymbionts
Veridiplast – Circulspicamicus veridisuperstes – A small, simple algae which lives within the tissue on our back. It can weather the toughest of environments, and simply blooms back into life when the conditions are favourable.
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Current Status
Name: Alfie
Body & Health: You are Fine.
Thoughts & Feelings: The need to mate is only matched by the need to feed.
Hunger: You are Content.
Thirst: You are Content.
Fatigue: You are Content.
Location: On the sandy floor illuminated by sunlight.
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Alfie’s weak legs lacked any support, internal or external, and so dragged through the sand at a pathetic speed, made all the more so by his exhaustion. The cloud of kicked-up sand behind him had stopped advancing – momentarily. Seconds passed, and it began again, racing toward him. Alfie entered a crevice in the rock just as the sand passed over and around him…yet he found himself safe in the rock crevice, accompanied by three other viscera, two of which were female, one was male. His body’s exertions did not go unnoticed, however, and he slowly began to slip out of consciousness…

Several hours later he woke up, still finding himself in the crevice in the company of the other viscera. Able to study them better, he noticed subtle differences. One female had most of her body inside her silicon-mucus shell, and only her tentacles and frontal end protruded out. The other female had a number of black specks in front of her tentacles – primordial eyes. The male had stronger, more rigid legs than the rest.

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What do you do? Choose 3 actions.
A) Try to mate with the shelled female. (3 Actions)
B) Try to mate with the female with eyes. (3 Actions)
C) Fight with the stronger-legged male for dominance of both the females. (3 Actions)
D) Crawl outside the crevice and wait for a passing Ichthyopod. (2 Actions)
E) Ignore your needs and rest in this rocky safe-house. (1 Action)
F) Crawl outside and explore the sponge beds that you are in. (2 Actions)
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OathinBlood
Posted: Jun 29 2007, 01:09 PM


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Feel free to give names to the rest of your posse.


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Posted: Jun 29 2007, 02:10 PM


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A) Try to mate with the shelled female. (3 Actions)


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Twitchmonkey
Posted: Jun 29 2007, 02:37 PM


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A) Try to mate with the shelled female. (3 Actions)

We risk too much by trying to fight the other male, and I don't really see the need for eyes. If both evolutions were useful, then I would be worth trying to fight, but not here.
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