View Poll Results: Which heads have your vote?

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  • retter

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  • porcupine

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  • Mandavar

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  • Edward B

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  • ARefridgerator

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  • Fractalbot

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  • lkjhgfdsa

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  • (lark

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  • Potbelly

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  • lancer_idenoure

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    C.O.W. #190_Heterogenous Heads_Voting

    C.O.W. #190 Heterogenous Heads - VOTING!!

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    ROUND #190 VOTING

    Topic: Heterogenous Heads


    Deadline for the voting: Wednesday, October 20th 2010

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    Concept: The dual-headed desert dweller


    Food isn't easy to come buy in the desert, so it's convenient for the dual-headed desert dweller that it evolved to grow a second head. Now this bi-headed creature can focus on sucking up nutrients and small insects up from the ground while also snapping at the dragonflies and small birds which dare to hover near the creature's second head.

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    Artist: porcupine

    Concept: Biburu


    Imaxinar 4 is an almost barren planet and the little fauna it has are very low on nutrition. The Biburu that lives in these harsh environments have evolved a second head to watch for predators because they have to spend every waking hour eating just to stay alive.

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    Concept: Cave Stalker


    In its hard to live environment the Cave Stalker manages to survive is by using its 2 heads that work together to find its prey. One of the heads evolved in a way that allows to hear the sound waves that are created in the caves and the other head evolved its sense of smell to an incredible level. In total Darkness the Cave Stalker can catch any pray with ease.

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    Concept: The Megashrimp
    A famous delicacy from the now terraformed mars, the Megashrimp can be found grazing on seaweeds and other land-plants close to their watery holes.
    The two heads allow the beast to feed on both land and under water enabling it to grow to tremendous sizes without ruining its habitat.

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    Concept: Twinhead bull-lobster


    Found on a nearby 'earth' planet in the Milky Way galaxy, Twinhead bull-lobsters were the first species of predators ever observed outside of Earth. It can hit speeds of up to 45miles per hour with its strong supporting legs and stands just less than 12 feet. Their bottom head is built to gore and charge down enemies it has 4 nostrils, as the animal is blind, however with its nostrils, hearing and sensitive feet, it has no need for vision. The top head is suggested where the brain would be located as its hard reflective shell would keep the sun from putting intense head on it, while it is also up out of harm's way. The mouth is located on the top head, scientists discovered that the creature must pick off flesh, or lift a carcass with its bottom head in order for it to feed. They are solitary and have been known to fight for territory.


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    Heterogenous Heads

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    Concept: Bicranial Piper

    Called the Bicranial Piper, it lives on water-slicked rocks of the seashore, feeding on algae. Its lower head has small tentacles to help grip the slippery rocks, and to feed. Its other head is used to draw in air into the large pipe-like structure on its back. The sound created is used to attract a potential mate.

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    Concept: Chameleosal
    As many of the desert worlds inhabitants spend their lives living under rocks; the Chameleosal has developed a tongue that also contains a secondary brain, sensory array and a formidable mouth full of sharp teeth. This 'second head' allows the Chameleosal to feed on creatures that would otherwise be out of the reach of it's massive first head and mouth. Blarg

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    Concept: passive/aggressive geminus


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    These moody guys live a very polarizing existence. The 2 separate heads can only be awake while the other sleeps, and have very different demeanor's.

    The lower head is more of the deep thinker. Having a sense of self, and has the ability to plan, build, and problem solve. its diet is purely vegetarian, and it is very non-confrontational, avoiding most other living things.

    The higher head is far more aggressive. And can be awoken in situations when the geminus' lower head gets frightened or senses danger. This is a great advantage to the geminus because the higher head is afraid of nothing. Hyper aggressive, and prone to uncontrollable violence. Being carnivorous, the high head seeks out confrontation, and hunts to satisfy its dietary needs.

    While the aggressive head is in control, the passive head retreats into the chest body cavity and closes its slit like sphincter for protection. Once the aggressive head is satiated on the meat it has killed it tends to fall asleep and return control to the passive head. Commonly they can be seen in their passive state wandering around confused, wondering how they got in the middle of such extreme signs of violence, and surrounded by half eaten animal carcasses.


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    Shadai the Twilight Drake

    Artist:Potbelly
    Concept: "Shadai"
    This creature is named "Shadai", a creature that lives in both daytime and night, in times of need of great guardians, they will serve and protect.
    A very magical creature in essence and at the break of dawn it will fly up into the sky to celebrate the coming of dawn, when this happens, she will
    fly towards the Sun and then once silloetted the limbs will reverse themselves and she will prepare for the next dawn.
    At night she is as Dark as the night, and daytime able to blend very well into shadows.

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    woah woah woah!!! i just saw that the due date was a specific time...does that mean the finals thread is closed already!? nooooo!! i was almost done too!! ive been crazy busy this week and this is my first cow in a while, would it be ok if i posted tonight and still get my piece in the poll? really sorry! i promise after this ill get it in right on time!! :'(


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    Hey lancer, I just opened to poll. If you get it up in the next 10 minutes I'll be lenient since it's the first round we're being this specific. From now on, though, we are being a lot stricter here on the deadlines.

    EDIT: I've added your name to the poll. Please make note that I will not make a habit of this and the deadlines posted in the WIP thread should be followed as closely as possible.

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    waaooh shit okay! not quite done but ill put a border on it and post! sorry again! thanks! exclamation!

    edit: posting right now!

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