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 Genesis - Mitosis, The Viscera - Creature Stage II
OathinBlood
Posted: Jul 24 2007, 09:56 PM


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Alright guys, also start telling me which actions you'll most likely never pick, so I can start excluding them. It's harder to come up with actions now, because instead of story-esque options I'm going with behavioural changes and the like, for more realism.


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Posted: Jul 24 2007, 10:03 PM


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I doubt I'll ever pick anything related to increasing attack power.
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OathinBlood
Posted: Jul 24 2007, 10:23 PM


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ACTIONS.


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OathinBlood
Posted: Jul 24 2007, 10:43 PM


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I just realized I made a pretty big error. If viscera go into the celephate's mouth, then get to the intestine, they have to go through the very corrosive stomach, which they have no means to survive the gastric acid.

Let's just say that viscerid eggs each have their own protective cyst. The eggs are expelled through the anus into the water, where they are swallowed by some creature or another, which is then swallowed by the celephate, it being the apex predator. I don't know, help me here.


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OathinBlood
Posted: Jul 25 2007, 12:51 AM


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To be honest, I love the creature stage, but I don't want to spend too long in this one. We've done creature stage three times before, I want to get to tribal. I'm being more generous with 'golden ages' now.


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Posted: Jul 25 2007, 10:32 AM


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haven't a lot of our defence evolutions been centered around surviving in rather dangerous areas within the body? better and better defense so we'd be more and more able to survive properly
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OathinBlood
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Yeah, you have a 'powerful' defense. It's more like exoskeletal armor though, which will protect you, but acid necessitates more of a chemical defense.


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hmm, inborn resistance from generations of close presence?
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OathinBlood
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Could be. Makes sense.


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OathinBlood
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Sanguipotippula deplerebubula – ‘Bleeding Tongue’

General Information
Species Name: Viscerid (Viscera)
Average Life Span: 5 Weeks
Reproduction: Viscera reproduce in huge orgy-swarms by expelling their sperm and eggs into the water to fertilize them. The fertilized eggs and offspring are cared for by several ‘grist mothers’, who feed the young pre-digested blood out of their sphincter-tube.
Physical Description: Viscera are small, pycnogonid-like creatures. Their bodies are small and pill-shaped, supported by eight spindly stilt-like segmented legs. Their anterior region has two small pincers flanking a rasping chitinous sphincter-proboscis, with two short antennae situated not far behind. Sprouting from the underside of their body is are a pair of tentacles with two finger-like protrusions at their tips. In front of those, also underneath the body, is a third, porous, suckling tentacle. This is used to delve into wounds made by the feeding viscerid and absorbs blood. Under the surface of their chitinous exoskeleton, they have primordial body-systems and a sac of hemotoxin. Anaesthetic biochemicals in their proboscis and sphincter-tube cause mild obtundation to the host.
Social Behaviour: The viscera have not so much a social hierarchy as a crude feeding order, where the young get to feed on the strongest flowing veins and arteries, to nurture their growth. It is an unusual behaviour not often seen in nature, but has a strong beneficial effect on the growth of the colony.
Sensory Description: Viscera are have a fair sense of touch and taste, able to both feel and taste the arrival of their hosts. They also have four small rudimentary eyes which are able to see infrared light. The latter two eyes are raised on short eye-stalks.
Average Length: 1 Inch
Average Weight: 2.5 Grams
Current Ecosystem: Algae-Infested Brackish Estuary
The brackish estuary is a wide flood-plain of mud and various primitive plant growths. A sea-weed-like plant with frilly pods is the second-most dominant plant here, growing virtually everywhere. It’s numbers are humbled by algae, growing seemingly everywhere, staining the water and most other surfaces green. The waters of the estuary are home to groves of filter-feeding sponges and crinoids, which in turn house legged worms and large predatory swimming arthropods.
Current Habitat: Celephate Gastro-Intestinal Tract
The celephate gastro-intestinal tract is a grey-white tube with wrinkled walls and many twists and turns. Small papillae line the walls to absorb nutrients from digested food.
Food & Diet: Viscera are hemophages, feeding on the blood of any large organism.
Feeding Method: Viscera latch on to the skin of the host, and make their way into the nearest and most easily accessible body cavity, which is usually the sphincter-maw. Once inside, they make their way to the intestines, from which where they latch on to the intestine walls and drain blood from various capillaries and veins.
Movement Type: Viscera have eight stilt-like segmented legs with which they use to walk.
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Stats
Brain: ●oooo (2/5) – Weak
Sight: ●oooo (1.4/5) – Slight
Hearing: ooooo (0/5) – N/A
Touch: ●●●oo (3.15/5) – Average (2/4)
Taste: ●oooo (1/5) - Slight
Smell: ooooo (0/5) – N/A
Attack: ●●●●o (4.2/5) – Powerful (2/2)
Defence: ●●●●o (4.2/5) – Powerful (2/2)
Speed: ●●●oo (2.7/5) – Average (2/4)
Control: ●●ooo (2.05/5) - Weak
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Stealth: ●●●●o (4/5) - Powerful
Metabolism: ●●●●o (4/5) – Powerful
Magnetoreception: ●oooo (1/5) – Slight
Bioluminescence: ●●●oo (3/5) - Average
Poison Resistance: ●oooo (1/5) - Slight
Hemotoxin Potency: ●●●oo (3/5) – Average
Obtundation-Causing Anaesthetic Potency: ●oooo (1/5) – Slight
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Systems and Organs
Instinctive Minimal Brain (Brain +2)
----- Magnetite Crystal Fragments (Magnetoreception +.1)
Two Anterior Antennae (Touch +.5)
Unobtrusive Pill-Shaped Body (Touch +1.65, Taste +1)
Simplistic Nervous System (Touch +++)
Series of Infrared-Emitter Photophores (Bioluminescence +3)
Four Primordial Superposition-Compound Eyes (Sight +.4)
----- Infrared-Sensitive Thermoreceptors (Sight +.5)
----- Rear Short Eye-Stalks (Sight +.5)
Small Venom Sac of Hemotoxin (Attack +.5, Hemotoxin Potency +3)
Salivary Obtundation-Causing Anaesthetic Biochemical (Stealth +3)
External Short Sphincter-Proboscis (Attack +.15)
--- Radula-Like Rasping Exoskeleton (Attack +.45)
Pair of Cnidocyte-Laced Tentacles (Attack +3.1)
----- Two-Fingered Tips (Touch +.5)
Porous Nutrient-Absorbing Tentacle (Metabolism +4)
Thin Chitinous Body-Shell (Defence +3.75)
Thin Chitinous Exoskeleton (Defence +.1)
Eight Long Primordial Segmented Legs (Speed +2.55, Control +1.55)
----- Two Hook-Clawed Tips (Control +.5)
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Celephate Gastro-Intestinal Tract Ecosystem
Creatures
Predators
Celephates – See the ‘Hosts’ section.

Hosts
Celephates – Celephates are black-pink squid-like cephalopods. They have thirteen tentacles, five of which are longer than the rest and end in four smaller tentacles. Concealed in the soft membranous skin of their forehead-area is a barbed stinger connected to a venom sac containing a relatively potent neurotoxin. They attack prey by ramming them, the force propelling the stinger through the soft flesh and into their prey. They devour prey by means of a sphincter-maw located roughly around their throat area. It is usually withdrawn, and is enlarged by increased blood flow, making it big enough to extrude out of the body and devour flesh with crude teeth. They swim using four flowing membranes attached to their body.
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As time passed, the bodies and lifecycle of the viscera changed, as well as their social behaviour. Their sphincter maw developed a chitinous exoskeleton with thousands of minute bone hooks and spikes on it, making it capable of filing it’s way through flesh and bone. Due to the harsh exterior of the sphincter-turned-radula, it was now never withdraw into the body. Unbeknownst to the viscera, this fully external sphincter-maw mimicked a newly evolved creature with another spark of sapience inside it’s now primordial mind that dwelled just outside. In addition to the sphincter-radula, the effectiveness of the viscerid hemotoxin shot up, and it was able to pry apart platelets and prevent clotting for longer, though it was nearing a dangerously potent level. It was, for now, just the right level of effectiveness – any more, and it would turn the host into a haemophiliac, where the slightest cut would cause them to bleed out.

Their body wasn’t the only thing to change throughout the millennia. The viscera now had a complex life cycle. Life would start as an egg, the dormant larvae inside a protective cyst. Launched into the water from their host’s anus with thousands of their brethren, the eggs would quickly be diluted by currents in the water and scattered. Most of the eggs now faced their death, for only about forty percent would be fortunate enough to be swallowed by a creature. The swallowed eggs, if fortunate, had been swallowed by a celephate, and would there begin their life. If unfortunate, they were swallowed by some other creature, and could only sit there in their cysts hoping that a celephate, the apex predator of the ecosystem, would dine on their accidental host. Once they finally end up in the celephate digestive tract, they break out of their cysts and make a mad dash to the intestinal walls before the gastric acid breaks down their light defenses. Once inside the celephate gastro-intestinal tract, they quickly mature on a diet of blood and minute pieces of intestinal tissue. Huge viscerid colony-orgies begin the process anew.

With a larger array of senses the viscerid brain had to increase in size as well, to process all the new information that was coming in. With an increase in size and complexity, the brain began forming crude social links within the grist of viscera. Eventually, this led to a primitive feeding hierarchy within the viscerid ranks. Unusually, the largest veins with the most blood were left not to the dominant adults, but to the young. This insured the rapid growth of the colony’s young, so that more members of the population were sexually mature for when the orgy-swarms would begin. This social behaviour was a massive success, and generations upon generations of viscera were pumped out faster than ever before.

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What do you wish to do? Choose up to three, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.
A) Situate ourselves in a different part of the intestinal tract lower down and closer to the heart, where blood flow is stronger, despite more acidic environments.
B) Differ the viscerid feeding behaviour, and have the viscerid use their sphincter-radula to saw through the intestinal wall instead of feeding on the intestinal wall.
C) Change the general behaviour of the species, making the colonies more dense, concentrating in only one specific area of the hosts’ bodies in clots and knots.
D) Differ the viscerid feeding behaviour, and have all of the viscera feed on one wound in which they all partake in creating. This may prove fatal for the host, though the viscera will be better-fed.
E) Change the general behaviour of the species and remain relatively non-mobile once situated near a strong vein or artery, only detaching to breed.
F) Change the general behaviour of the species, making the colonies less dense and enlarging the area that the viscera as a whole inhabit.
G) Care for the eggs and carry them with the colony into the next host, instead of letting them drift around in the water waiting to be swallowed.
H) Change the favoured host of the viscera.

How do you want to evolve? Choose seven, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.
A) Develop a larger and more complex circulatory system, allowing blood to flow around your body faster. (Speed +, Control +, Attack +, Metabolism ---)
B) Increase the size of the pincers, increasing their biting power and ability to tear flesh. (Attack +++)
C) Convert the shell into a third body segment. (Speed +, Defence +, Control +)
D) Develop a series of electroplaques, allowing you to use the surrounding electric field to electrically locate objects. (The ability to electrolocate.)
E) Develop a muscular ‘neck’, allowing your head to inch out a bit from your body. (Control ++, Attack +)
F) Develop microscopic porous holes in your exoskeleton, allowing you to absorb more oxygen through your skin. (To negate the need for more complex methods of respiration.)
G) Modify your pincers into a pair of longer, segmented mouthparts. (Attack +++)
H) Develop small, backwards-pointing hooks on the tentacles to adhere better to the host. (Control ++, Attack +)
I) Change the leg figuration so that the first pair of legs is held off the ground instead of being used to crawl. (Control ++, Attack +)
J) Develop a third finger-like protrusion at the tips of the main pair of manipulation-tentacles. (Control ++, Touch +)
K) Extend the anaesthetic venom sac to the cnidocytes in the main tentacle-arms, so the sting of the tentacle-arms cause obtundation to the host in addition to our saliva. (The ability to inject the anaesthetic from our cnidocytes.)
L) Develop a sac of somatotrophin, a growth hormone that stimulates rapid cell growth. (The ability to alter the cell growth rates of our hosts.)
M) Develop a metamorphic life cycle, where the young are fully mobile, but adults have atrophied legs and antennae, only retaining their sight and infrared bioluminescence. (Adult Form Life Expectancy +++)
N) Increase the potency of the obtundation-causing anaesthetic, dulling the host’s brain and causing them to temporarily lose their instincts. (Obtundation-Causing Anaesthetic Potency +++)
O) Develop a stronger exoskeleton made of calcium compounds, like corals and bivalves. (Defence +++)
P) Develop hooks and barbs on the proboscis tip to prevent the proboscis from sliding out of the intestine walls. (Control +++)
Q) Convert the third porous tentacle into a root-like system, forcing the rooted viscerid to live a sedentary lifestyle but allowing it to gain nutrients at an unprecedented level. (Life Expectancy +++)
R) Develop a metamorphic life cycle, where the adults encase themselves into a thick exoskeleton similar to a barnacle. (Adult Form Defence +++)
S) Develop serrated edges to the leg hooks that we possess, allowing us to have more grip. (Control +++)
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B) Differ the viscerid feeding behaviour, and have the viscerid use their sphincter-radula to saw through the intestinal wall instead of feeding on the intestinal wall.


C) Convert the shell into a third body segment. (Speed +, Defence +, Control +)

F) Develop microscopic porous holes in your exoskeleton, allowing you to absorb more oxygen through your skin. (To negate the need for more complex methods of respiration.)

H) Develop small, backwards-pointing hooks on the tentacles to adhere better to the host. (Control ++, Attack +)

J) Develop a third finger-like protrusion at the tips of the main pair of manipulation-tentacles. (Control ++, Touch +)

K) Extend the anaesthetic venom sac to the cnidocytes in the main tentacle-arms, so the sting of the tentacle-arms cause obtundation to the host in addition to our saliva. (The ability to inject the anaesthetic from our cnidocytes.)

N) Increase the potency of the obtundation-causing anaesthetic, dulling the host’s brain and causing them to temporarily lose their instincts. (Obtundation-Causing Anaesthetic Potency +++)

Q) Convert the third porous tentacle into a root-like system, forcing the rooted viscerid to live a sedentary lifestyle but allowing it to gain nutrients at an unprecedented level. (Life Expectancy +++)
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Posted: Jul 25 2007, 10:00 PM


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You're so talkative, Twitch. Geez, it's like a one-man conversation. I wish you'd stop explaining all your ideas for the viscera, it really drives me mad.


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Too many choices to explain them. The choice of individual options loses much of it's significance when you can pick seven, though it is in a way liberating.
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Ooooh, this should be fun *cackles madly*

What do you wish to do? Choose up to three, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

E) Change the general behaviour of the species and remain relatively non-mobile once situated near a strong vein or artery, only detaching to breed.

Combined with the Q vote this makes a lot of sense(i would prefere it if it was mainly the older ones who used the rooted option tho, and not the young even if the young would stay attached for most the time)

F) Change the general behaviour of the species, making the colonies less dense and enlarging the area that the viscera as a whole inhabit.

To many located in an close area is a lot more likely to weaken the said area and sicken the host, thus being a bit more spread out allows us to negate that problem

G) Care for the eggs and carry them with the colony into the next host, instead of letting them drift around in the water waiting to be swallowed.

This just seems like the best 3rd option to go for of the remaining, it should also hopefully boost our numbers

How do you want to evolve? Choose seven, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

How do you want to evolve? Choose seven, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

A) Develop a larger and more complex circulatory system, allowing blood to flow around your body faster. (Speed +, Control +, Attack +, Metabolism ---)

One should never ignore ones internal changes in favor of the outer

D) Develop a series of electroplaques, allowing you to use the surrounding electric field to electrically locate objects. (The ability to electrolocate.)

While this might not seem like the most useful, it should be helpful for us as it will allow us to learn how our host acts when we do different thing(admittingly it might take some time before we actually connect the dots, but once we do it will be a boon)


F) Develop microscopic porous holes in your exoskeleton, allowing you to absorb more oxygen through your skin. (To negate the need for more complex methods of respiration.)

Speaks for itself

H) Develop small, backwards-pointing hooks on the tentacles to adhere better to the host. (Control ++, Attack +)

Just for the better grip due to action E and evolution Q

L) Develop a sac of somatotrophin, a growth hormone that stimulates rapid cell growth. (The ability to alter the cell growth rates of our hosts.)

This seems like it might be an good start for future and more advanced 'improvements' to our hosts if we deem them worthy

N) Increase the potency of the obtundation-causing anaesthetic, dulling the host’s brain and causing them to temporarily lose their instincts. (Obtundation-Causing Anaesthetic Potency +++)

seems like an usefull thing to be able to do(Oathin, we do decide when we want to inject this thing correct, we don't always pump it into our hosts do we?)

Q) Convert the third porous tentacle into a root-like system, forcing the rooted viscerid to live a sedentary lifestyle but allowing it to gain nutrients at an unprecedented level. (Life Expectancy +++)

Look up at action E
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Posted: Jul 26 2007, 04:47 AM


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What do you wish to do? Choose up to three, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

E) Change the general behaviour of the species and remain relatively non-mobile once situated near a strong vein or artery, only detaching to breed.

F) Change the general behaviour of the species, making the colonies less dense and enlarging the area that the viscera as a whole inhabit.

G) Care for the eggs and carry them with the colony into the next host, instead of letting them drift around in the water waiting to be swallowed.


How do you want to evolve? Choose seven, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

A) Develop a larger and more complex circulatory system, allowing blood to flow around your body faster. (Speed +, Control +, Attack +, Metabolism ---)

C) Convert the shell into a third body segment. (Speed +, Defence +, Control +)
D) Develop a series of electroplaques, allowing you to use the surrounding electric field to electrically locate objects. (The ability to electrolocate.)


F) Develop microscopic porous holes in your exoskeleton, allowing you to absorb more oxygen through your skin. (To negate the need for more complex methods of respiration.)


K) Extend the anaesthetic venom sac to the cnidocytes in the main tentacle-arms, so the sting of the tentacle-arms cause obtundation to the host in addition to our saliva. (The ability to inject the anaesthetic from our cnidocytes.)

N) Increase the potency of the obtundation-causing anaesthetic, dulling the host’s brain and causing them to temporarily lose their instincts. (Obtundation-Causing Anaesthetic Potency +++)

P) Develop hooks and barbs on the proboscis tip to prevent the proboscis from sliding out of the intestine walls. (Control +++)


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Posted: Jul 26 2007, 05:21 AM


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What do you wish to do? Choose up to three, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

G) Care for the eggs and carry them with the colony into the next host, instead of letting them drift around in the water waiting to be swallowed.


How do you want to evolve? Choose seven, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

A) Develop a larger and more complex circulatory system, allowing blood to flow around your body faster. (Speed +, Control +, Attack +, Metabolism ---)

^ This will probably lead to larger brains for us, due to increased blood flow

D) Develop a series of electroplaques, allowing you to use the surrounding electric field to electrically locate objects. (The ability to electrolocate.)

F) Develop microscopic porous holes in your exoskeleton, allowing you to absorb more oxygen through your skin. (To negate the need for more complex methods of respiration.)

K) Extend the anaesthetic venom sac to the cnidocytes in the main tentacle-arms, so the sting of the tentacle-arms cause obtundation to the host in addition to our saliva. (The ability
to inject the anaesthetic from our cnidocytes.)

L) Develop a sac of somatotrophin, a growth hormone that stimulates rapid cell growth. (The ability to alter the cell growth rates of our hosts.)

M) Develop a metamorphic life cycle, where the young are fully mobile, but adults have atrophied legs and antennae, only retaining their sight and infrared bioluminescence. (Adult Form Life Expectancy +++)

P) Develop hooks and barbs on the proboscis tip to prevent the proboscis from sliding out of the intestine walls. (Control +++)


Great update, Oath! biggrin.gif


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What do you wish to do? Choose up to three, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

G) Care for the eggs and carry them with the colony into the next host, instead of letting them drift around in the water waiting to be swallowed.


How do you want to evolve? Choose seven, due to the rapid growth rate of the young.

A) Develop a larger and more complex circulatory system, allowing blood to flow around your body faster. (Speed +, Control +, Attack +, Metabolism ---)

D) Develop a series of electroplaques, allowing you to use the surrounding electric field to electrically locate objects. (The ability to electrolocate.)

F) Develop microscopic porous holes in your exoskeleton, allowing you to absorb more oxygen through your skin. (To negate the need for more complex methods of respiration.)

K) Extend the anaesthetic venom sac to the cnidocytes in the main tentacle-arms, so the sting of the tentacle-arms cause obtundation to the host in addition to our saliva. (The ability
to inject the anaesthetic from our cnidocytes.)

L) Develop a sac of somatotrophin, a growth hormone that stimulates rapid cell growth. (The ability to alter the cell growth rates of our hosts.)

M) Develop a metamorphic life cycle, where the young are fully mobile, but adults have atrophied legs and antennae, only retaining their sight and infrared bioluminescence. (Adult Form Life Expectancy +++)

P) Develop hooks and barbs on the proboscis tip to prevent the proboscis from sliding out of the intestine walls. (Control +++)
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OathinBlood
Posted: Jul 26 2007, 01:55 PM


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Current vote talley...

B 1
EE 2
FF 2
GGGG 4

AAAA 4
CC 2
DDDD 4
FFFFF 5
HH 2
J 1
KKKK 4
LLL 3
MM 2
NNN 3
PPP 3
QQ 2

Looks like...

EFG

ADFKLNP

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OathinBlood
Posted: Jul 26 2007, 02:00 PM


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What? Q only got 2 votes? That was by far the coolest thing you could've picked. Pssh. Bunch of losers.


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OathinBlood
Posted: Jul 26 2007, 02:00 PM


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M was also sweet. We're not bugs, we're parasites.


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