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    Your little sneezy boi Meringue has arrived. Omg Meringue is adorable! I love him! @Skysplash8 Multiple pictures because I’m on an IPad and they hate me
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    Have you done it before? I think I accidentally did it twice in the same save. So here we have Skysplash's Meringue. He even had double immunity, but good thing the console exists! I even got a lovely reply from Meringue on this. And here we have Jojo's Thornstar. Well... Kinda. In-game I called her Hershey, but I'm sure she had the same pattern as Thornstar. Anyway, back to the original question. Did you accidentally do this before? If so, who was the reincarnated creature?
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    Here you have Likana! Man she was fun to draw. I also love her pose. Tried to get the patterns as close as I could! @Larouxxiaa multiple pictures becaaaaaaauseeee iPad issues
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    Allright, this is my bright and beautiful Indigo. Reincarnation of the original. Her birth tribe followed a set of rules I won't ever go near again. In the swamp land, they prayed to a cold, harsh God, demanding blood sacrifices. One parent, one child and one wanderer. Every three generations the demands would change. All nichelings missing a particular attribute were brought to the pit. Surrounded by trees and stones, there was no escape from the circle. Indigo was a wanderer with a desirable trait -- blindness. The last seer had passed away, leaving no acceptable heir. She was indoctrinated into their cult, but could not allow herself to kill. Indigo refused their God. Enraged, the entire tribe was annihilated. Her reincarnation lives a much happier fate in the swamps, falling in love with Ravensight, another cursed nicheling who found his home there.
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    Adding to this... Can Adam's children find Eve after he's dead?
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    Hi there! I was getting a little bored with landela so I am thinking of ways to make it more exciting (Ideas anyone?) so, I am making a new playthrough I was kinda inspired by Medicine cat's Kingdom of Flame So here are the rule I will be tweaking a bit - The tribe functions like a monarchy. The oldest child of the current king or queen is the heir, and takes over once the king or queen dies.- If you are a king, queen, or heir, you are an alpha. If you are child of the king/queen/heir you are a beta. If you are not directly related to an heir you are an omega.- If the ruler dies before having children, the closest related capable nicheling will take their place. - Instead of this we will use horn color (Bluer the better) I will also be using LILYTUFT'S surnames! sorry lilytuft... Most of it will be explained as we go but these are the basics so we begin We start with these two... well... er... at least we are in the mountains so we have... Frost Nobleclaw and Amber Flamestrike both doubleclaws That Ice-block is our goal to get to Whoops... THEY DIDN'T EVEN ATTACK?! They then gave birth to Burn Flameclaw (Females have their moms name first; males the dads) We killed the other arctic foxes (We already killed one) We found a wanderer who meekly introduced himself as Taku Mousefoot, he is the first non-double claw in our tribe I'm going to end that there and start on my community challenge! That sentence is a paradox..
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    Heya, finished the drawing of Karhu! @Lilytuft Was very limited on the colors so I did my best, also hope I got the patterns right ^^ Drawing the round ears was fun along with the wing and the hammer tail. I wanted to make her like a fierce and brave sort of Nicheling and I think I accomplished that! Two pics cause I have to upload on my gay iPad and it doesn’t let me delete rip
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    I need these in my life RIGHT NOW!!! Can I make some suggestions? (if yes keep reading) They...look a bit off just saying maybe make the brown one have a bigger head and make the eyes not so smol.. also kill the creepy eyes if you want these bears to be kind make them look the part and the one that hangs with Rabbils could be a bit smaller but not smaller than a nichling.. if you are still working on them maybe you can take my word and edit it and see how they look idk..... so OOF
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    Bostonlobstah haunted me for a bit... As well as this guy... A kinda Vampyr reincarnation (Big ears, fangs.)
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    It's awesome!!! Thank you you're better than me!
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    it's not just rabbils...
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    Actually a pretty common occurrence. Dogs, cats, even a falcon once. In short, the same way we do luggage, we just have to take the dog out first. For this, at our airport, we required the passenger to be present and to handle the dog for us. Not all dogs are friendly to strangers, as you can imagine, and it's impossible to guess which are which. Without going into our exact procedure, we tested specific parts of the case where trace residues tend to accumulate - explosive residue is remarkably sticky and transfers to damn near everything it BREATHES near - as well as checking animals with longer fur to make sure nothing was hidden. (So, part of the job description is petting doggies.) It is imperative that we have the passenger there to handle the animal; if they left, we would literally call them back from the gate for it.
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    This is tricky because I don't know the foodstuff in question (plain old goldfish crackers, with cheese flavor-dust?) but we have several methods of detecting explosives. Our scanners operate largely on density, making a vague judgment of what MIGHT be the right density to be something explosive. In order to reliably detect any explosive this way, we do have to put up with a certain amount of false positives on things with a similar overall density. If I had to guess, I'd say that some of them got crushed to powder, with a higher density than intact goldfish crackers. Maybe it caught that bag at just the right position and angle to mistake it for more mass than it actually was, or maybe that cheese flavor really does change it enough to make the difference.
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    You are dead to me. All Fortnite lovers shall be eliminated.
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    days later also self advertisement have you seen this man?
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    Goggles! What did you do to your profile picture!?
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    I like how the only picture of Caramel are baby pictures and that one lol
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    In the trap, was the cake a lie or one of the endless cookies the dark-side is said to harbour?
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    I think I'll leave that to Niche wiki...
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    Most of my tribes follow the deities from Seri and Jessimew's playthroughs but I have some of my own. My first was Rubi. She is the goddess of flight and hunting. he was a red-furred, ram-horned wanderer with wings and female peacock tail. She spent her entire life chasing bunnies and leaving piles of meat behind. The other creatures had to collect the food as she just left it behind. Now, whenever my tribes find meat laying around, they take it as a gift from her. Their children were also deities. Filly: Goddess of Gathering (Berries, Grass) Monarch: God of Hunting (Bunnies) Umbra: God of Loyalty (Following the leader) Mulberry: Goddess of Family (Having kids) This family represents the duties of a nicheling.
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    @Finnwinter The brown one is a very peaceful bear ^^ He walkes around and really likes to hang out with Rabbils. What he does not like at all, is violence. If he witnesses a creature attaking another creature he gets super angry and will hunt down the attacker. This can be useful for you, if he watches you getting attacked by let's say a Bearyena. But if he catches you attacking a Rabbil he'll come after you.
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    ooh I'm comin. I'm gonna getchya im comin closer what're you gonna do when I reach you, huh? what;re ya gonna do ya little bitch you'd better fight back