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  2. Skysplash8

    Niche Hunger Games

    Emmai: (Also, you spelled it Emma in the District Layout, it's Emmai) Meringue: https://strayfawnstudio.com/community/index.php?/topic/2735-whats-your-tribes-lore/&tab=comments#comment-10204 Backstory: Meringue: Meringue was a baby whose parents shared an immunity gene. I didn't know that until he was born. ☹️ His mother, Alice, passed away as soon as little Meringue was born. When he was a teenager, he shrank into the shadows until he became an adult. Then he became mates with a female whose name, I think, was Snowberry II. They had a bunch of children before Meringue passed away. Only recently has the story of Meringue reached my other tribes, and now, instead of exiling/drowning sickly creatures, they are valued and known to be blessed by Meringue, god of sickness. Emmai: One time I started a tribe on Oasis. The male had claw, but he didn't pass it on. A bearyena came, and right as that moment, a wanderer appeared with Big ears (perfect for hot weather), double Claws, and ram horns. She was invited in and took down the Bearyena by herself in two/three hits. She had a lot of children (as much as our food supply could support) and the claw lived on. Emmai and Meringue often unite to create strong, sickly creatures. Emmai is the god of hunting and strength.
  3. Garheardt the Black

    "nearest enemy" setting for Directional sensor

    It took a while, but I've worked out some automated turret designs that are not only stable, they're insanely effective. After seeing what they're capable of, I'm leery of changes that would make them easier to use.
  4. stuChris

    "nearest enemy" setting for Directional sensor

    i was more thinking the feature would be great for automated turrets. currently you would have to use several distance sensors, and it makes each turret extremely unstable, pretty much no matter what. with this, that would be much easier, not to mention more accurate. as for missiles, i think it would still work, as long as the first, maybe second missile killed the target. perhaps a difference between "enemies" and "stationary enemies" would help that.
  5. Goggles-kun

    Gods or best?

    Reminds me of this comic made by Lil’ Sun Leopard
  6. Flipmonger

    Autonomous Arena

    Thanks ManTheMister - I definitely overlooked that.
  7. ManTheMister

    Autonomous Arena

    The definable variables that you want are called tags. They can be turned on using a button in the top left corner of the editor.
  8. ManTheMister

    Every SINGLE enemy

    You should add the fact that lava rays won’t spawn fireflies unless they have been attacked.
  9. Flipmonger

    Autonomous Arena

    After doing a couple of autonomous arena bouts - I actually enjoyed the test area more... experimenting with the various logical gates. I was thinking perhaps create a multiplayer area solely of player-created autonomous drones. Drones would not only be required to be designed to survive, but also to explore. Exploration points, battle points, and/or survival points could be awarded. As with the test area, the border would lessen (over a set duration) - forcing the autonomous drones to become more entwined with other drones... up until the end. Non-interactive viewing of one's drone would allow neutral observation of its journey through that session, also allowing the player to make note of needed tweaks, modifications or additions. Also, with the logical gates, would it be possible to either allow definable variable assignment rather than key designations? If not, perhaps add or allow the use of multiple key designations; as-in, CTRL+Keypad1, SHIFT+Alpha1, etc. Been recently playing a lot of the construction/build-type games, particularly those oriented in space: such as Celestial Command, Boss Constructor, LogicBots, Reassembly and others. Thanks in advance - great work!! Flipmonger
  10. awesomepastabunnies

    Your dream nicheling?

    Wings Big body Bearyena ears Poison fangs A cream-ish fur color (or white) Brown spots or stripes
  11. awesomepastabunnies

    The Meaning of Home (Playthrough)

    Arya and Chess are cute ^ ^
  12. Ookami-sama

    Altimeter

    The testing area is delimited by a square, but has a round gravity field just like the planet it mimics. This is the most mind-shattering design I have found yet in regards to game and physics. As for the altimeter, it worked as intended every time I used it. Try a few different settings is all the advice I can give.
  13. Pokestardragacraft

    Heterochromia

    Hi, welcome to the forums! This has already been suggested here:
  14. Fishyfishyfishy500

    Heterochromia

    I believe this was already made by someone
  15. Lurkily

    Altimeter

    Are you working with it in the testing area? It behaves rather inconsistently there; 100 altitude sometimes exceeds the height of the testing area, or is below the floor, based on the size of the planet you're on. Give it a shot on a planet; if it works decently, then switch planets until you find one where the testing area works properly.
  16. Darren

    Altimeter

    I have been trying to make a drone that can hover at a certain altitude. However, the altimeter isn't working. It is either going full blast and won't stop or it wont work and just sit there. Is it me or is anybody else experiencing this.
  17. banana2102003

    Heterochromia

    I don't know i just think it would be really cool to see creatures with two different colored eyes
  18. medicine cat

    I Bless The Rains (Playthrough)

    Who should I draw? Tell me your favorite characters from the story..
  19. medicine cat

    I Bless The Rains (Playthrough)

    Welcome back to the clan. Ivyflame has died. The clan is approached by a new male- Dusklight. Dusklight is a spectacular fighter, but is very hesitant to fight and tries to make friends with everyone. He is sickly and has a pure heart. Rain comes. Featherstorm has a kit with Dusklight, being on the brink of death herself. She has Scorchstripe swear that she will care for her daughter in the same way that she took Scorchstripe in. She gives birth to Puddlesplash, a flirtatious (but fickle) and bold tom who wants kits. Scorchstripe takes over as Scorchstorm before dying herself, leaving Puddlestorm to lead as a young warrior. Luckily, it doesn't take too long for Puddlestorm to find Mudsnow. Mudsnow is a perfect balance between logical and emotional, making her a great leader. They become good friends. Mudsnow sees little resources between the two of them, and she suggests that they leave the island. Reluctantly, Puddlestorm follows her lead, though his clan had been on the island so long he barely had any knowledge of the Tiny Green island that the clan was founded on. He warily lets her lead the way and take him to a new place. The thirty-second or so rain over him lets him know that he is indeed doing the best thing for the clan, as well as the thirty-third rain when he hits the new island. He dies peacefully near the shore, leaving Mudstorm. Mudstorm, meanwhile, starts exploring the new island when she finds a rogue male. Feeling it would be a good way to expand the clan, she mates with him and waits for the next rain. The thirty-fourth rain comes, and Mudstorm settles into a nest. She has Whiskersplash, a lazy, honest she-cat who one day wants kits. Mudstorm tells her that as long as she is lazy, she will never have kits or raise them correctly. Harsh. One day on patrol, Whiskersplash finds Thrushmane, a sickly cat. Though sickly, he has a kind heart and is taken in. Mudstorm dies and makes Whiskerstorm leader. She and Thrushmane grow up together, keeping relatively close due to the large birds overhead. Unfortunately, it isn't too long before Thrushmane succumbs to his illness and dies. Whiskerstorm, too, catches the disease, and joins Clan in Clouds. Well, that's the challenge! I'll do it again on a different starting island, and expect some character art.
  20. Lurkily

    1-directional logic transmitters/receivers.

    Sure. You may want to edit the top post, so that the title and parent post contain the outcome of this discussion, rather than people voting on the thoughts the discussion began with.
  21. Alpino_WILL_STEAL_ oats!

    Every SINGLE enemy

    Okay, I'll add that in an "other" Section
  22. Lurkily

    Every SINGLE enemy

    I always considered the heating projectiles to be an enemy in and of themselves, like something the rays have a symbiotic relationship with. They certainly behave as if alive.
  23. Alpino_WILL_STEAL_ oats!

    Every SINGLE enemy

    Note: I won't be counting Non-damaging structures, nor the snake for obvious reasons v INDEX v Bee - tiny Jungle enemy spawned from small hives Wasp - Small Jungle enemy spawned from large hives Boom Beetle - Medium enemy spawned from Blue Hives, Explodes on death Transmitter Drone - Small Drones that guard transmitter towers and shield generators Cannon Turret - Medium Structures That fire explosive projectiles Defense Turret - Small Structures that fire lasers Lava Ray - Medium Lava enemy spawned from Lava caves, Fires heating projectiles Lava Bombers - Medium Lava enemy spawned from Lava Bomber caves, Explodes on death Hammer Heads - Large Lava enemy Invincible from front, Charges dealing massive damage Juggernaut - Large Practice enemy found in Test flight, Resistant from the front Fighter - Small Practice enemy found in Test flight Other Firefly - tiny projectiles spawned by lava rays And of course, Let me know if I missed anything, and I Bid you adue
  24. Goggles-kun

    Your dream nicheling?

    Anything that looks like my precious bean Pacific immediately gets an A++ in my book
  25. medicine cat

    I Bless The Rains (Playthrough)

    Welcome back to the clan. Fallenwhisker has taken over after Spikestorm's death and is now named Fallenstorm. A predator strikes the clan on the twenty-second rain! The clan fights it off, luckily. Unfortunately, however, Snailrain is gravely wounded and is forced into early retirement as an elder. Despite this, Clan in Clouds shows mercy and extends the rains another day. Fallenstorm and Goldenspring have a kit within this time, Eelleg, named for her deformed paws. She is extroverted, loves to explore, and wants kits. Another rain comes, and Fallenstorm and Goldenspring have another kit- this time, a tom. They name him Wishpelt, and he becomes medicine cat. Fallenstorm dies, and Eelleg takes over, now Eelstorm. Soon after, the Twenty-fourth rain arrives, along with Ferndawn- an eager, albeit dim she-cat. She mates with Snailrain, and they have a whopping litter of three kits(one on the first day, two on the second)! The only problem is that Snailleg dies of old age, which leaves her the mother of three kits with only Eelstorm and Wishpelt to help her keep track of them all. The oldest kit is a tom named Risingdawn, named after his mother because he is her pride and joy. He is naive and has an excitable heart. The middle kit is Pricklemask, a seemingly melanistic she-cat. She is serious at first, but is rather excitable and ready for an adventure once she gets to know someone. The youngest kit with horns is named Spiketoe. She is hesitant, but she has an air about her that attracts strangers to her. Here is mother and kits: The twenty-fifth rain comes, and Wishpelt hears in the clouds the promise of an interesting future for the kits, now apprentices. He witholds this prophecy to himself, even when their mother dies and they are full-grown. Now comes the twenty-sixth rain. Eelstorm takes Risingdawn as her mate, and they have a kit. She is named Minnowspeck, and while she can be loud, she is rather humble and has a hard time taking compliments. Another rain comes. Eelstorm and Risingdawn has another kit, but Eelstorm dies giving birth, leaving Risingdawn to care for it. He is named Ivyflame, and seems to be interested in Wishpelt's work as a medicine cat. Delighted, Wishpelt takes him in as his apprentice. Pricklestorm becomes the new leader in place of Eelstorm. Wishpelt dies, and when the rains come, an unsure Ivyflame is calmed. This is his job. This is what he was meant to do. Another rain comes some time later. The three siblings have died, leaving only Ivyflame and Minnowspeck. That is, until a new apprentice-age cat shows up. Her name is Featherpelt. Though forgetful, she is a good leader and one day wants kits. Another rain comes, and it warns Ivyflame of danger. To his horror, a predator indeed shows up on clan territory, ready for an attack. The three cats in the clan fight tooth and nail against him, taking him down. Minnowstorm commends Ivyflame for his spot-on prediction and tells him that he must truly be in touch with the Clan In Clouds. Minnowstorm dies, and Featherpelt takes over. She is barely leader when she finds a terrified kit, wandering on clan borders. She goes after her, but the kit is too afraid and runs quickly as she can away. She asks Ivyflame to fetch the kit, and he manages to coax her toward him. Though seemingly coming from a traumatic situation, the kit becomes eager to know about the clan and to play. She is named Scorchstripe. The thirtieth rain comes, and no eligible mate for Featherstorm is in sight. How will she carry on the clan? To be continued..
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