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    C.O.W. - #053: Nuclear Planet Devourer


    Round #053

    Topic:
    Nuclear Planet Devourer

    Deadline:
    Tuesday, 18th July 2006





    - for any questions or help go here:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=37512

    note: The deadline won't be EXACTLY after a week...it can last up to 24 hours more, i am human and have to work also, you know

    Post your creature for this week!
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    thanx to [DAN] for the topic idea...he promised that he will enter this round...haha, no....just joking, he is a busy guy...

    edit:
    We look for a creature which eats planets and the creature must be nuclear.
    Don't ask me why, you are the ones to answer this question!
    Last edited by Fozzybar; July 11th, 2006 at 02:13 PM.

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    I'm going the mighty termite route with this one.

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    So is that a nuclear planet or a nuclear devourer? Or an orange nuclear sea with a leviathan devourer?

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    Yea Im a bit confused here. Do you mean a creature powered by nuclear energy that eats planets? Or a creature that eats only planets that are filled with nuclear energy? Or did you make a typo and mean Nuclear Plant Devourer, as in a creature that eats power plants?

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    Oh man, I hope this is not supposed to be a creature so large that it can eat planets! I mean, this sounds more like a random topic of the week type of deal here. The more believable topics probably have a higher participation, don´t you think?

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    Unicron?

    C.O.W. - #053: Nuclear Planet Devourer

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    Clarification pleeeaaseeee oh kind sir!

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    The sadistic hand of ambiguity strikes again! (Common sense would assume that like the last topic, only the creature is being described by the title... but one can't ever be sure...)

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    Hey, I AM THE MUPPET HERE...don't try to confuse me

    We look for a creature which eats planets and the creature must be nuclear.
    Don't ask me why, you are the ones to answer this question!


    and btw...Doom on [DAN] for this topic

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    I guess that the creature is the "nucleared" one LOL but I as all I guess really want to be sure to start wipping

    <EDIT>
    Ok just saw fozzy's post ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon4lunch
    Oh man, I hope this is not supposed to be a creature so large that it can eat planets!
    Why do you think there can't be creatures bigger than planets?



    Quote Originally Posted by dragon4lunch
    I mean, this sounds more like a random topic of the week type of deal here.
    Cool...mission goal #1 accomplished! 3CH got its advertising!!!



    Quote Originally Posted by dragon4lunch
    The more believable topics probably have a higher participation, don´t you think?
    Not more believable, but more main stream topics...Wild Demons in company with armed Babes also are very popular, but sometimes it's better to try your hand on not so popular themes...i know there will be less - much less - entries than the last round but whatever, there is a new topic every week...in my eyes no harm only wins

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    Scolex- Nuclear Planet Devourer
    C.O.W. - #053: Nuclear Planet Devourer
    The Scolex are a massive species that orginates from a completely seperate set of dimensions from our own. Their parallel plane of existence actually lies less than a proton's width from ours. The scolex are masters of physics, understanding on an intuitive level the entire nature of the multiverse as a single equation. Part of this understanding is the point that all the forces of nature, gravity, electromagentism, as well as the strong and weak nuclear force are simply different aspects of the same superforce at lower relative energies. A second part of their understanding is that gravity, in its lower energy form, can sift between the various planes of existence whereas the other forces are bound to their space-time continuums. Gravity can be manipulated between universes to send messages or retrieve matter. The scolex's universe is far older than ours and it is dying. The scolex no longer have the resources to survive and have made intrusions into our universe to accomodate their needs. Attracted to the massive gravity of our still living stars, the scolex pass into our plane of existence and anchor themselves on a stars surface. At rest, they are often mistaken for sunspots. When a celestial body of sufficient size passes within reach, the scolex extends its body and snatches the planet or asteroid, sucking it into its universe. Its body acts like something between a particle supercolider and a wormhole, capable of reaching energy levels akin to those of the primordial universe after the big bang.

    Earth scientists have long wondered why there appears to be vastly less matter in our universe than there should be. Well the scolex is a part of the answer. Our universe is being stolen piece by piece.
    Last edited by Michael Jaecks; July 17th, 2006 at 10:38 AM.

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