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January 15th, 2007 #1
C.O.W. - #074: Golden Guddle Greaper
Golden Guddle Greaper
Tuesday, 23rd January 2007
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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!
Last edited by Fozzybar; January 16th, 2007 at 06:24 AM.
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJanuary 15th, 2007 #2
A few members suggested in the topic ideas thread to make fictional names of creatures and let the artists interprete what the creature could look like with that names...
so here we go...
only restriction is that the creature must have a relation to GOLD, i don't care if it's the color or whatever...don't say i didn't warn you
January 15th, 2007 #3
btw, i hope Gibble and Gooper don't have any meanings in english...do they?
I just thought them up randomly and checked in an online dictionary, there were no results...
January 15th, 2007 #4
Not really. "Goop" is a brand of glue here in the states, however.
not Webster's, but apparently someone uses these words... and of course, the definitions are a little foul...
January 15th, 2007 #5
hmmm ok, so throw in some words which:
1. make no sense
2. start with the letter "g"
3. makes a nice creature name
January 15th, 2007 #6
One of the above links "gooper" definitions is a creature shaped like the letter "r"
January 15th, 2007 #7
ok, gimme input Michael
January 15th, 2007 #8
a gobble gobble goo
and a gobble gobble gee...
how much fun is this gonna be?
There is no "I" in team, but there is an "I" in pie. And there's an "i" in meat pie. Meat is the anagram of team...~Shaun "Shaun of the Dead"
January 15th, 2007 #9
January 15th, 2007 #10
ok, changed it to
Golden Guddle Greaper
the urban dictionary didn't find anything for this words
January 15th, 2007 #11
January 15th, 2007 #12Originally Posted by ikuru
Hmm... Guddle Greaper... greaper.. guddle... I cant think of anything to make... D:
- Artemis Kolakis -
January 15th, 2007 #13
Damn, I was in panic when my Oxford said nothing at "guddle", nor "greaper". Then I started to read the second post, for my luck