Suggestions Thread for BPVCT [Official!]

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Re: Suggestions Thread for BPVCT [Official!]

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Post by 20 characters! » Tue Feb 24, 2015 12:51 am

Of a lion.
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Re: Suggestions Thread for BPVCT [Official!]

Post by kodymine » Thu Apr 30, 2015 6:51 am

Aquatic creatures. (creatures that are meant to be in the water. not the tide-swept creatures who drown eventually.
Creatures capable of flight or gliding. (takes up a lot of energy.)
Creatures who climb walls, trees, cliffs. :D

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Re: Suggestions Thread for BPVCT [Official!]

Post by kodymine » Thu Apr 30, 2015 6:55 am

also fix the creatures who have legs and necks as thin as a singularity. It's just not possible, they'd snap and bleed to death the second they stand. :(

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Re: Suggestions Thread for BPVCT [Official!]

Post by White parrot » Thu Apr 30, 2015 11:39 am

You're not in the right forum section for these remarks! :o
What you're talking about should be in "Suggestions" or "Bug reports" (for the unnaturally thin limbs), both in "Feedback". This here thread is for suggestions of new shapes of head/foot/etc.

To answer your remarks, aquatic and flying creatures are definitely intended (though it's long term enough that there's discussions about the specifics), climbing will probably be in but is (somewhat curiously) less talked about.
As for the thin limbs, they are meant to lose massive amounts of energy to prevent them from snapping, which should result in these lineages being eliminated by natural selection ... but as you noticed, they're still here, and even Quasar doesn't seem to know how they do that. You should try to post your save at the link destination, that might help -and perhaps you can suggest other ways to deal with needle-limbs, if you wish so.
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Post by 20 characters! » Mon May 04, 2015 12:19 am

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Post by Prudentia » Wed Jun 03, 2015 12:53 pm

Turtle parts. I got a creature whose body remsembled a shell, and their front legs resembled flippers. Unfortunately the beaked heads do not fit, the beak is too large. We need turtle beaks. And flippers. Can't forget flippers.
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Post by 20 characters! » Wed Jun 03, 2015 6:57 pm

If it's a form with practically everything but a show, then we should probably just add a osteoderm system, besides just games modeler is gone.
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Post by Prudentia » Fri Jun 05, 2015 6:13 am

20 characters! wrote:If it's a form with practically everything but a show,
20, your voice software kills me almost every time. It like a kid friendly version of autocorrect.
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Post by 20 characters! » Fri Jun 05, 2015 8:14 am

What I was trying to say was that if her like creatures can involve practically as the game is now, while still missing a few features we should only add the missing features.
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