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A Hitchhiker's guide...
« on: July 12, 2006, 03:16:58 pm »
At the suggestion of some people heres the thread where we post HHGTTG style descriptions of creatures, planets and miscellaneous stuff we all made up.

The Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy has this to say on ViS: Imagine a limitless army of keenly intelligent, humourless, cycloptic slug men and youll have an idea of what the ViS are like. They were once vaguely humanoid newt-like creatures who roamed the misty algae plains of the planet ViSta, desperately looking for anything dry that they could burn for warmth. The harsh conditions and limited natural resources of the planet drove the ViS to becom obsessed with efficiency, simplicity and thrift, to the point that they spent almost 2 centuries engineering, from scratch, new bodies for themselves, bodies which didnt waste energy and chemicals on useless things like bones, or taste buds, or huge great emotional lobes in the brain.
Today, the ViS boast one of the largest space empires in the galaxy, an empire founded on the twin principals of simplicity, and stripping down every available planet for raw materials and using it to construct office buildings.
If you meet the ViS, which you invariably will because theyre everywhere, dont panic. They wont hurt you as long as your paperwork is up to date, and you arent a threat to their civilisation... and you dont have something they want... and probably some other things as well...
« Last Edit: July 12, 2006, 03:56:53 pm by Krakow Sam »


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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2006, 03:50:00 pm »
Sombreron

These strangely configured creatures make themselves known as the noble business man, solicitor and entrepeneur of the galaxy. In their way of living, success always comes first and they'll take as many means neccessary to achieve it. They often avoid doing the dirty work and have other, less-intelligent, less-advanced beings to it for them. But they don't always work clean when it comes to fair business. However, much of those kind of people have been taken care of thanks to the species own organized club known as the Sombreron Guild of Entrepreneurs. The guild is open to any creature of all shapes and sizes and governs all business affairs to ensure fair competition. In return for good salesmanship, a member can receive generous perks to improve their business and ensures them success. The guild is also head the Department of Commerce and Economics in the C.A.B. alliance so it does have a large amount of power over the intergalactic market. You need not fear these creatures though for they are allies to mostly every creature. If you are in need of something, the Sombreron will have it... for the right price. If they don't have it, they will find it... for the right price.

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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2006, 03:54:32 pm »
Anubians:a huminiod/dog creature(in hydro's mind a furrie).masters of the hunt,so skilled in huting they ate most of the population on thier planet Tupma,they left in search of a new home and never return to tupma.their solar system has one special planet,etiadar,a gigantict ball of gas,lager the jupiter,its gas can incinarte you before you anyway near it,but the gas can be harnested from the meteors and asteriods that plunge through it making it the Anubian main sorce of energy,they've been mutated twice by its moon egnach.now they are great enginners and make all sorts of weapons and gadgets.one of the mutaition gave the males wings and they can fly.they are friendly to most allies and are valuable bounty hunters.if you ever meet one,try and form a connetion with,perhape utilize its simple language,if you get hostile reactions,don't even bother running because you won't get far.
« Last Edit: July 12, 2006, 04:09:17 pm by a13gt »
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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2006, 03:57:08 pm »
Anubians:a huminiod/dod creature(in hydro's mind a furrie).masters of the hunt,so skilled in huting they ate most of the population on thier planet Tupma,they left in search of a new home and never return to tupma.,their galaxie has one special planet,etiadar,a gigantict ball of gas,lager the jupiter,its gas can incinarte you before you anyway near it,,but the gas can be harnested from the meteor that plunge through making the Anubian main sorce of energy,they;ve been mutated twice by its moon egnach.now they are great enginners and make all sorts of weapons and gadgets.one of the mutaition gave the males wings and they can fly.they are friendly to most allies and are valuable bounty hunter's.if you ever meet one,try and form a connetion with,perhape utilize its simple language,if you get hostile reactions,don't even bother running because you won't get far.

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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2006, 03:59:07 pm »
well they sprint up to 30mph,35 if they're hyper,can you run that fast.
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« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2006, 04:01:06 pm »
The Necromonicon

Now classified as extinct, these large armored bi-pedal beings caused a war which cost the lives of hundreds of millions of CAB and OTHER members. Hailing from a lava world on the edge of the Gamma quadrant, they destroyed many worlds, eradicated many species, and were only destoyed themselves by their sun exploding when it collided with their own super-weapon, dubbed the Supernova Generator. They were affiliated with Nemesis the rogue Wexxian and Zhzskkkh the Exile xx. Rumors remain of tribes of the creatures still inhabiting small planets, and Fuffle military experiments involving cloning Necromonicon embryos, but there is no hard evidence to back up either story.


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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2006, 04:21:19 pm »
The Hitchhiker's Guide to:  Nauceans

The Nauceans are your typical galactic super power, pseudo-mandibles, floots, oral tentacles ... er maybe not, but they are too smart for their own good. Their culture and technology is seen through out many other species, from Nanotech, to Turnabegga Ale to Illegal Hybrid Chimeras, Lava Lamps. Like any galactic super power they poke their pseudo-mandibles into other species business, abducting cows, anal probes, manipulating time, blowing up other species fleets by "accident", parking their Mothersphere in orbit without paying the orbiting fee, you know they stuff everyone hates but cannot do anything about, because if they did no one would get any more Naucean backrubs anymore. Love them or hate them Nauceans are just a part of the Galaxy like planets, stars, black holes, spam, you get the idea.

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« Reply #7 on: July 12, 2006, 04:25:44 pm »
Where did all the nice aliens go? :(

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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #8 on: July 12, 2006, 04:32:02 pm »
Where did all the nice aliens go? :(

Changin' channels, I dont see them on the TV show,
Whered all the nice aliens goooooo?
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« Reply #9 on: July 12, 2006, 04:36:45 pm »
We should totally write a song and make a music video out of it with our creatures in it.

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« Reply #10 on: July 12, 2006, 04:38:14 pm »
We should totally write a song and make a music video out of it with our creatures in it.

I tried that once but there was way too many creatures, maybe i should post what i have done ...

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« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2006, 04:39:50 pm »
I'd like to see it. ;D

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« Reply #12 on: July 12, 2006, 04:40:02 pm »
We should totally write a song and make a music video out of it with our creatures in it.

I tried that once but there was way too many creatures, maybe i should post what i have done ...

We could do a Poke-rap countdown, but with our Sporelings!

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« Reply #13 on: July 12, 2006, 04:40:40 pm »
The Rinthuu
The Rinthuu are a collection of some of the finest and brightest minds from our galaxy, that's there story and they're sticking too it. Any rumours about individual Rinthuu impersonating local gods of primitive alien worlds for their own amusement are just rumours, they say that their technology looking like magic is just a coincidence. Also the fact that they routinely use dead aliens as soldiers using strange technology is just a simple case of them using, at least what they consider to be, a "wasted resource" we have nothing to fear from them and in fact we welcome our newly awakened allies!
- Official OTHER statement

The Rinthuu are old, older than you can possibly imagine, no even older than that. They lurk in the shadows of the stars biding their time and waiting for the next great galactic battle, the mere mention of their name inspires all who hear it into a sense of melodrama. No one knows why the rinthuu where dormant for so long and no one really wants to ask, in case they get an answer thats even worse than the question.
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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #14 on: July 12, 2006, 05:31:36 pm »
The Wexxians

Until resent time the robotic race called the Wexxians where an active in the galaxy. They where one of the few robotic species ever to have "Naturally" evolved, and where the only ever species of robots whose race consisted nearly entirely if hippies.
The Wexxians disappeared mysteriously after the Necromonicon war, and have not been heard from since. Various attempts have been made to restore the Wexxians, most notably by the xx, but historical sources indicates that the Wexxians simply faded away no mater what the Alliances did for them!
The Wexxians are most known for: Being HIPPIES, being one of the founding members of the CAB, being notoriously unlucky in war, terraforming Azuron, now a important part of the galactic infrastructure, and to have played a key part in the Necromonicon war, before disappearing completely after the destruction of the Originator station at Abbadon.
I resent development; experts have tried classifying the Wexxians as a Precursor species, but the head of the comity appointed to discus the issue concluded that: "It would be an insult to all the forrunner races, if these HIPPIES where to be called Precursors!"

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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #15 on: July 12, 2006, 05:47:33 pm »
The Loricatus

How to anger a Loricatus: Don't. Loricatii are large, predatory creatures that can tear most creatures limb from limb. A Loricatus stands on average 13 feet in height, and weighs around 500 pounds. They're generally docile creatures that steer clear of most conflicts as a whole, but can occaisionally be found serving as mercenaries in almost any army willing to pay their price.
A Loricatus is an amphibious creature usually prefering water, and so it is often a bad idea to try and visit them without preparing the appropriate aquatic gear. They are carnivores by nature, but can consume some plant matter, but a constant diet of it will cause dysentry, nausea, and other symptoms of horrible indigestion. Loricatii are very calculating in thought and action, but are far from without emotion. They currently have stayed out of most major conflicts, and only have two alliances with the Icthians and the Gryfons.
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« Reply #16 on: July 12, 2006, 05:55:30 pm »
Thanks for changing it from Gryfen to Gryfon. Btw, to fix any confusion, Gryfon is pronounced "Grey-phan"
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« Reply #17 on: July 12, 2006, 05:57:38 pm »
And Loricatus is pronounced Lore-hick-khat-tuss. Plural form is Lore-hick-khat-tee
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« Reply #18 on: July 12, 2006, 05:59:43 pm »
The Hitchhiker's Guide to: The Ęthirans

You average have 4 arms and 2 legs and a tail. Or was it 6 arms 0 legs and 1 tail? Or maybe it was 2 arm 4 legs and 1 tail? Not one is really sure because so few have seen a Ęthiran. But one things is for sure. They like to boast about there vast Empire beyond the rim of the galaxy which is of course totally nonsens. Techomances is a common past time in Ęthiran Empire where the main goal is to record as mush data as possible and then invent lies about base on that data. Infact invert lies seem to be the only thing Ęthirans do all day. The only thing Ęthirans do seem to export in large quantities are Temporal Guardian beacons and charms. These finely craft charms are said to ward of time traverser but most by them as good luck charms as a exotic art object. However the waring label on the charms seems to be one of the few Ęthirans do not lie about. You should indeed not throw them in you warp drive nor should you eat them.


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« Reply #19 on: July 12, 2006, 06:03:52 pm »
You should indeed no trow them in you warp drive nor should you eat them.

WTF does that mean???

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« Reply #20 on: July 12, 2006, 06:06:52 pm »
You should indeed no trow them in you warp drive nor should you eat them.

WTF does that mean???
fixed i hope
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« Reply #21 on: July 12, 2006, 06:10:36 pm »
It's very bad sentence structure and grammer.

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« Reply #22 on: July 12, 2006, 06:45:14 pm »
The Squillisk: A peculiar looking race of pointy-headed, tentacle-faced guys that slither about and seem intent on prodding all forms of life in the galaxy with their arm that sprouts from their chest and recording it. Oh, they've also got two arms with big scythe-thingies on them, but don't worry, they won't hurt you unless you hurt them, or destroy a lifeform they were in the process of studying. They're also well known for their medical expertise, and some induvidials have a severe ethical deficciency. If you see a guy with a third arm growing out of his forehead, he was either born with it, or he bought it off a Squillisk.

The Ghulos: A mystery race of mystery, they seem utterly unconcerned about all other races, only cooperating with them when they want something. Agile, strong, and durable, and with a language that sounds like a large string of profanity, they find themselves to be better at action than diplomacy. It's advised that you don't piss off a Ghulos, as they've been known to feast upon the flesh of those they dislike. Also, they're quite fond of E-Z-Cheez.

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« Reply #23 on: July 12, 2006, 08:42:34 pm »
Sticky please! (Wow we are getting a lot of stickies, mabye someday we will have more than spore general.   :P )

Ryndalian

"The Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy has this to say on the Ryndalians:
The Ryndalians are 8 limbed, many fingered and large eyed humanoids from the planet <file: Planetname/ryndalians not found>. The Ryndalians are characterised by having one of the most incomprehensible histories of any known species. No other race has experienced so many wars, schisms, revolutions, upsets and brewhahas in such a short span of time. What little reliable information existed on this species was likely destroyed in a major conflict following their first contact with the ViS, whom they mistook for servants of their Devil figure. Needless to say, against the combined might of the singleminded ViS administration the Ryndalians were ineffective and their current status as a civilisation is unknown as the region of space they occupied was cordoned off by a vast fissure of spatial disturbance of unknown source. Only the more civilised expatriot Ryndalians are still in the public eye, although they are somewhat rare."

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« Reply #24 on: July 12, 2006, 10:44:59 pm »
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« Reply #25 on: July 13, 2006, 01:21:16 am »
Fuffel

The fuffel are an adorable race of vicious killers bent upon galactic domination.
They have one of the youngest empires but they have advanced weapons.
Nearly all there technology is based on things stealing from other creatures.
Fuffel don't just steal your technology they make it deadlier.

Fuffel always attack in overwhelming numbers, if an armada appearers near
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« Reply #26 on: July 13, 2006, 01:25:13 am »
Lol, I just imagined the Fuffel info in the guides voice, funny!
No way dude, you're trolling me.

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« Reply #27 on: July 13, 2006, 02:38:29 am »
This is what the hitchhikers guide has to say on Omics...

//Omic are small creatures, generally regarded as a meal for the larger species, there species is currently dropping by 100 members of the population per day, a popular restaurant in the scion complex is entirely given over to serving these creatures, and not the kind of serving where you walk in and order food. Meeting an Omic and being hungry present yet another two uses for a towel, catching an Omic, and using it as a napkin to wipe the blood from around your mouth.//
No way dude, you're trolling me.

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« Reply #28 on: July 13, 2006, 03:03:32 am »
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« Reply #29 on: July 13, 2006, 08:23:16 am »
This is what the hitchhikers guide has to say on Omics...

//Omic are small creatures, generally regarded as a meal for the larger species, there species is currently dropping by 100 members of the population per day, a popular restaurant in the scion complex is entirely given over to serving these creatures, and not the kind of serving where you walk in and order food. Meeting an Omic and being hungry present yet another two uses for a towel, catching an Omic, and using it as a napkin to wipe the blood from around your mouth.//
The Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy has to say about Omics: They go well in a white wine sauce.

The Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy has to say about The Auyuelcliads: A race of snobby and aggravating religious brings.The Jehovah's Witnesses of the Galatic scale. While Honourable and similar idealistic ideas, they are not above threatening lesser races and blowing up planets for fun. They have tentacles below thier torso to move, and resemble sloths or bears on thier top-half. They "Drink" by breathing in steam.
If you are suicidal, inform an Auyuelcliad he is:
A "Squidbutt" or "SteamSucker." Proceed to run away
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« Reply #30 on: July 13, 2006, 02:10:31 pm »
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« Reply #31 on: July 13, 2006, 02:13:00 pm »

The Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy has to say about Omics: They go well in a white wine sauce.


Yeah, lets go with that.  :D
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« Reply #32 on: July 13, 2006, 02:13:12 pm »
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy has this to say about Ptashki


The Ptashki are the annoying younger brothers of the galaxy. They are prone to make you love them one moment, and hate them the next. Most developed species go as far as to calling them savage, though their technology and philosophy would make it seem otherwise. So why this name calling? A HHGTTG operative under the name Henry Ford had infiltrated the planet and gotten them to unveil one of their darkest secrets: they were raised on a zoo planet under the eye of a precursor race. Immediately beings make the correlation of zoo to savage. Another thing which makes races suspicious of them is the fact that their first otherworldly contact took place in the Scion Complex. Seeing as no other species (with the exception of possibly the ViS) know of the location of the Scion Complex, they are immediately branded as shady characters. But despite their genocidal history, their connections with Scion, and their unnatural upbringing, they are just a lonely species without a link to their past or their home.

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« Reply #33 on: July 13, 2006, 02:14:22 pm »
And anyone that want to update mine is free do so. I'm not good at writing stuff like this and well it is a little harder to look at you own race from perspective.
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« Reply #34 on: July 13, 2006, 07:44:13 pm »
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ROFL

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« Reply #35 on: July 13, 2006, 08:26:52 pm »
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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #36 on: July 16, 2006, 07:47:35 pm »
Entry for the Gods Theory -

Not terribly long after the Halcyon War (and by not terribly long I mean so long it shouldn't even be associated with that event, but hey, it's all good), a group of disgruntled young men decided, erroneously, that there was a shortage of extremely improbable conspiracy theories in the galaxy. Thus, they published a book about it (if half a double-spaced page within three inches of binder can be classified as a book), detailing what they thought was really going on with the universe. This upset a group of disgruntled old men, who responded by passive-aggressively using the toilets in the theorists building, and refusing to flush. The theory attempted to solve some of the deeper mysteries of the universe, for example: why nothing ever makes sense, ever. According to the theory, the entire galaxy is only a game (yet a game of epic proportions, created by a being so powerful it could only be known as "The Will") played by other beings in an entirely separate universe - and that in this game, each "god" has complete control over one individual race. This would certainly explain Humanoidianism (article yet to be written - the effect that many races follow a certain body plan). However, popular consensus is that this theory is a bunch of Dingo's Kidneys, and that the creators of it have a stash of indeterminable amounts of Turmbegga roots somewhere in their building. It is still a better explanation of the world than Scientology, however.

First Editor's note: You are an idiot.

Second Editor's note: The previous editor has been fired, and this article has been added to the Hitchhiker's Guide's Frequently Vandalized Pages.

Third editor's note: I actually think the article on Humanoidianism exists somewhere, but our decidedly non-ViS secretary lost it. I think I remember the Naucean on our staff - I forgot his name, the one into hydromancy - was the one who wrote it.
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« Reply #37 on: July 18, 2006, 02:40:15 am »
Torpal-A torpal is a creature you would not want to meet in a dark alley alone at night. For that matter, you wouldn't want to meet one anywhere else. Torpals are large, strong creatures, quick to anger (and they don't have the most pleasant odor, either). They are an intergalactic super power, mainly because if they weren't, their large armies would force you to change their status otherwise. If you happen to meet one outside of your day-to-day life (i.e. battle), wrap your towel around your head and pray to whatever god/s you believe in (if any).
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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #38 on: July 18, 2006, 11:09:41 am »
I've got to give a thumbs up to Aegis, that was very good. Are you going to write the humanoidism article too?

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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #39 on: July 18, 2006, 03:11:09 pm »
I think he should, or someone should at least.

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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #40 on: July 19, 2006, 07:29:22 am »
I've got to give a thumbs up to Aegis, that was very good. Are you going to write the humanoidism article too?

Hey, thanks!  ;D I might, given enough boredom. So, that was really that funny?
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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #41 on: July 23, 2006, 10:33:27 am »
Entry for the Gods Theory -

Not terribly long after the Halcyon War (and by not terribly long I mean so long it shouldn't even be associated with that event, but hey, it's all good), a group of disgruntled young men decided, erroneously, that there was a shortage of extremely improbable conspiracy theories in the galaxy. Thus, they published a book about it (if half a double-spaced page within three inches of binder can be classified as a book), detailing what they thought was really going on with the universe. This upset a group of disgruntled old men, who responded by passive-aggressively using the toilets in the theorists building, and refusing to flush. The theory attempted to solve some of the deeper mysteries of the universe, for example: why nothing ever makes sense, ever. According to the theory, the entire galaxy is only a game (yet a game of epic proportions, created by a being so powerful it could only be known as "The Will") played by other beings in an entirely separate universe - and that in this game, each "god" has complete control over one individual race. This would certainly explain Humanoidianism (article yet to be written - the effect that many races follow a certain body plan). However, popular consensus is that this theory is a bunch of Dingo's Kidneys, and that the creators of it have a stash of indeterminable amounts of Turmbegga roots somewhere in their building. It is still a better explanation of the world than Scientology, however.

First Editor's note: You are an idiot.

Second Editor's note: The previous editor has been fired, and this article has been added to the Hitchhiker's Guide's Frequently Vandalized Pages.

Third editor's note: I actually think the article on Humanoidianism exists somewhere, but our decidedly non-ViS secretary lost it. I think I remember the Naucean on our staff - I forgot his name, the one into hydromancy - was the one who wrote it.

I made up one about a precursor race called The Caltarin. It's...somewhere around here.


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Re: A Hitchhiker's guide...
« Reply #42 on: July 23, 2006, 10:37:35 am »
The Mascots

not much at all is know about these except they are a bird like species who lead the U.S.R and are a very violent race that concentrate on development of weaponry and other ways of killing things
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