Sagan 4

Archive for October, 2007

Happy Halloween

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Poster made by Neoskel as fan art. Great job!!


Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

We have one now. On this page you will find a list of other links to Sagan related things.

Creature Feature

Monday, October 29th, 2007

I picked this creature because of the unique pattern and coloring it displays. It was created by Oviraptor, one of our original Sagan 4 members. He also creates our maps and helps to keep the website running. He originally created the Miragebok line as well as the popular Plent line. The Horned Miragebok has replaced [...]

New Section

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

A new section has been added to the wiki featuring the dioramas that have been posted on our forum. The dioramas are a great visual way to imagine how sections of the planet look with the different species of life. We welcome any new diorama drawings. Check them out!!

Creature Feature

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

The North Polar Ghark created by Yannick. This one caught my eye as unusual because of the wide mouth, the tattered fin which gave it a cool look. The Ghastly Snarks slowly migrated to the North Polar Coast. Here, they found an abundance of food. Thanks to this, they’ve grown larger. Their tail flaps have [...]

Creature Feature

Monday, October 15th, 2007

Once a week, probably on Mondays, I’m going to pick a creature to be featured on the front page. These are organisms that I find interesting and creative. They might be animals or plants but they will be in the current week of Sagan which is week 14 right now. Today’s pick is the Smaraslim [...]


Thursday, October 11th, 2007

In honor of Sagan 4′s first anniversary, a diorama contest was held on the forum. We had six entries and the forum members voted and here is our winner: Creator: Flisch Biome: Huggs-Yokto Desert Timeperiod: 14th Week Shown organisms: Bubble Cactus, Spikeyball Shrub, Desert Notooth, Frilled Serpentsaur, Plowl Congratulations to Flisch. If you want to [...]

New Blog Site

Thursday, October 11th, 2007

We have updated the website to a blog style. This way we can continually update things on a daily or weekly basis. All of the same information is here but in an easier to read and manage format. You can also post comments and suggestions. Enjoy