Truncodile - speculative evolution apex predator
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Truncodile

Endemic to the Black Coast Islands in Infinity Horizon lies an endemic predator with a nightmarish reputation. You might see a hand struggling to stay above water and even muffled cries of drowning, but upon closer inspection, the hand is a crude imitation of one, with the arm a tentacle. The truncodile, or, as known […]

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Alien ocean planet - speculative evolution
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Kallol

Kallol is the homeworld of the Shifter civilization. A billion years ago, it was also once the homeworld of the Nokk before their genetic liquidation by the Shifters. Once a thriving ocean ecosystem rich in biodiversity, over the eons, it has been completely transformed by the Shifters. Everything that now is considered living has been […]

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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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Geb

Geb is a water-dominated world, with expansive oceanic realms covering the majority of its surface. The shallow coastal waters give way to deep, mysterious abysses, and towering underwater volcanos. The planet is also highly bio-diverse, home to a stunning array of marine life. The coastal and shallow water regions are dominated by the Ambulanavidae, crowned […]

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Realistic alien Leviathan - Spec evo
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Scarlet Sailor

The Scarlet Sailor, also known as the ‘Blood Moon’ Sailor, is a massive creature from the planet Geb. With their huge size and flamboyant sails, they are among the most stunning and iconic lifeforms found on the planet. Description and Anatomy Sailors belong to the clade Ambulanavidae, part of a larger part of a “phylum” […]

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Alien leviathan. Speculative evolution
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Titan Scissorjaw

At the top of the food chain in Dra’Hynusian waters swims the Titan Scissorjaw. At 45 m (147 ft) and weighing nearly 300 tons, the species is almost twice the length of Earth’s Blue Whales and a decent chunk heavier; these leviathans are enough to make the most seasoned of seafarers fall to their knees […]

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Ionian wildlife. Alien wyvern
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Russet-Backed Skahl

Up in the skies of the oceanic world, Ionis III, soars a fearsome wyvern, uncontested in its position of being at the top of the food chain. The Russet-Backed Skahl is the apex predator of a large chain of scattered islands in the southern Magellan Ocean, the planet’s largest ocean. Whenever its shadow falls, the […]

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Ionis III. temperate alien ocean planet
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Ionis III

Ionis III is a planet similar in size to Mars, with gravity about 80% of Earth’s. The atmosphere is similar to Earth, save for much high oxygen content, at 34% of the total. Atmospheric pressure is much higher as well, nearly 53% higher than that of Earth. Ionis has a mostly temperate climate, with minimal […]

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Leviathans 

The ark, Infinity Horizon, is home to many diverse ecosystems accommodating various alien life, some of which can reach truly gargantuan proportions. The Tytge Sea Leviathans  The Tytge Sea is a relatively shallow, cold water ecosystem, allowing it to be rich in plankton and by extension sustaining massive filter feeders. Pictured here are two 80 […]

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Marine clonal aliens
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Shifters

Roughly resembling sharks of planet Earth, each specimen is in fact a colony composed of many physically connected, interdependent organisms. They are an extreme product of species interdependence and specialization to the point of them becoming organs of a greater whole. Individual organisms within the shifters are genetically identical and are connected by tissue and […]

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