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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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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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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Armagator

Titanic in proportion and armed with keen intelligence, if you ever come across an Armagator, better pray it doesn’t consider you an enemy. While found scattered throughout the Ark, sighting one remains rare. This is because they usually reside in places considered extremely inhospitable to most other organics. Armagators are considered a form of hyperthermophiles, […]

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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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Friendly Shadow

George Talivon, of the United Provinces of America (UPA) was the first person to catalog the existence of the dwarf planet Falcoron in 2633. As is common tradition in the UPA, they granted him a sizable portion of land on the dwarf planet. In 2918, Malaree Toi discovered the first signs of life inside the […]

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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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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 alien apex predator - speculative evolution
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Galumphing Vorpal

Albeit on the top of the food chain in his domain, this apex predator rarely kills, rather it grazes. For you see, the Galumphing Vorpal displays a feeding behavior rarely documented in most other large terrestrial species. Flesh grazing is a type of predation where the predator tears a chunk of flesh from often much […]

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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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