Archive for January, 2008
This week’s creature was made by one of our newer team members, Dass. The concept is simple but unique in the Sagan world. It’s like a giant smiley that swallows up everything. I have to say that three of the creatures I clicked on as possible feature’s were Dass’s so I think he was a [...]
My pick this week is another creation by Hydromancerx. This worm like creature lives in the Polar regions. Killing it’s prey like a snake yet mating in a 3 gender orgy. Polar seadragolden split from its ancestor the seadragolden. It has migrated to the cold polar waters of the north. Its white fuzzy body helps [...]
.. and the winner is… Rhodix!! Congratulations on an awesome drawing.
This looked really unique to me and kind of creepy, not something I’d want to run into but good thing its an herbivore. The Vegehopper was created by Neoskel. The vegehopper evolved from Russian swarmers which stayed near the surface and banks of the river. With the evolution of the bank balgae and then the [...]
Sorry I’m a little late this week but here is my pick of the week. A unique mutated creature by Huckbuck. Crescoquin scindestus replaced Crescofons orgapertraho in Jujubee Ocean. Due to mutation it has evolved into a new shape. It is now built of five photosyntetic shell parts, and a four jointed white part which [...]
The new map is finished showing the effects of the Gamma Ray burst.
A contest was recently run on the Sagan 4 forum to allow one Sentient/Sapient creature to evolve but with a catch. The winning creature would not survive the Gamma Ray Burst. It would be put in the Gen 100 Species 24 spot. The species can only be stone age technology, cannot domesticate other creatures. We [...]
After the gamma ray burst, life must start anew on Sagan 4. Gen. 101 consists of single cell organisms. I found this one to be an interesting concept using water diffusion. This was created by Yannick. Radiodurans maximae is unique in it’s kind. It diffuses water through it’s cell membrane, which makes it’s way to [...]