Alien lice or bug
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Swamplice

Swamplice, also known as “ballastbugs”, are isopod-like animals native to the tropical and subtropical coasts of Dra’Hynus. They use local, organic materials to camouflage themselves and ward off predators. The swamplice of the Behean Shelf are noted in particular for reaching larger sizes and living longer. This is more a change in diet than a […]

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Large alien - speculative evolution. Inspired by the book: Expedition
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Dire Khest

On Dra’Hynus, amid the drowned deltas of the Behean Shelf, towering mangroves strip nutrients from brackish waters, and life flourishes beneath their boughs. Silt flows form small islands amongst the trees’ roots. Between these loamy isles, hidden in the murk, gardens swim against the current. The Wandering Gardens of Behea The phenomenon known as the […]

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Speculative evolution, shared universe creature
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Chatter Bat

In the deep caverns of Laksha, peculiar creatures thrive. This environment closely resembles the depths of the ocean, characterized by minimal light and scarce sustenance. Despite these harsh conditions, life has managed to flourish within these caves and trenches, displaying remarkable adaptability. One such cave-dweller is the chatter bat. This airborne species boasts a unique […]

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Dropeariler

It’s another rainy day in the forests of Laksa, you’re a small creature foraging for food in the dark undergrowth. Thunder encloses the forest floor with the sound echoing throughout the trees with each lightning faintly illuminating your surroundings. But over all the sounds of thunder and rain, you hear something in the trees above […]

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A storm serpent - inspired by ghost leviathans
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Storm Serpent

In the mighty lakes of Southern Laksha, one may be quick to encounter its apex predator – the Storm Serpent. Despite its moniker, it bears little resemblance to traditional serpents. Instead, it takes on the form of a sleek and sinuous eel with a striking green metallic sheen. Bioluminescent patterns flicker along its slender body, […]

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Hotenten

Hotenten are a reptilian race documented to be native to the Lands of Wah, although in recent history they have also come to settle in the Known World. Primarily a seafaring society, the Hotenten have come to forge various kingdoms based on trade, exploring distant lands and establishing prosperous colonies. Their affinity for the sea […]

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Arrow tongue look-alike giant alien
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Spearmouth

Growing to truly massive sizes is a difficult task, especially if your diet consists mostly of meat. However, on the highly bio-diverse planet of Laksha, finding enough to eat meals isn’t as hard, especially if primary food sources are the many titans of the world you inhabit. Restricted to flat terrain by their weight, Spearmouth […]

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An swamp dwelling alien. speculative evolution
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Mud Flinger

Laksha is home to many wonderous creatures yet none has managed to capture the attention of the interwebs as much as the humble Mud Flinger. Despite appearing as a rather dumb, clumsy, and pathetic creature, it remains among the most successful of species to inhabit the planet. Researchers have remained puzzled by this, especially factoring […]

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A green alien planet in Infinity Horizon Universe
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Laksha

“Oh, Laksha, celestial masterpiece sculpted by hands unseen! Within your enchanting embrace, one is compelled to release the constraints of common worries and surrender to the allure of the infinite. For in your ethereal depths, where giants roam and nature’s symphony resounds, the mortal spirit finds respite, nourished by the sheer magnificence of a world […]

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Giant armored alien
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Ceberyen

To achieve sapience does not guarantee a species will continue to advance technologically. Rather, continuous technological advancement is a rare quirk bestowed upon the fortunate [or unfortunate depending on who you ask] few amidst the millions who have seen their civilizations emerge and disappear. The Ceberyen, hailing from the high-gravity world of Ayala, is certainly […]

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