Darkscript's Concept Compilation

DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
edited October 2014 in Fan Art
Hello Everyone! All Items types are listed as follows:
Blue-Biological
Black-Weapon/Tool
Orange-Character/Scene Depiction

Manggrot Bush
Name: Manggrot Bush (Mang-grot)
Basic Info- Produces Manggrot Fruit, which grow up from the center of the plant. Fruit is edible to humans. Capable of bearing fruit all year round. Likes temperate climates. Common plant to find. Stands fully grow (with fruit grown) at around four feet high and three to four feet wide at the basin. Perennial plant. Easy to grow/keep alive.
Functionality as of now; food, large tough leaves good for constructing light armor, produces a fluid capable of regenerating damaged human tissues and it looks good as decoration when potted.
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Minicilium Shroom
Name- Minicilium Shroom (Mini-silly-um)
Basic Info- This plant is a part of the fungi kingdom. It grows to be as large as three feet tall two feet wide but begins from only an extremely tiny spore pod about the size of a pin head. Carried on the wind the seed pods land in a variety of locations. They prefer basic living conditions, normal ranged temperatures, and normal ranged weather conditions. They grow often on stone or grass and can sometimes be found in caves. They will grow most anywhere that receives rainfall or some kind of water. The plant does not need much nutrition to survive and can even use mineral compounds to grow. It does not need light, but has green photosynthetic capable spots on its heads, which allow it to us sunlight for food if needed. It has been seen growing often times directly over a place that ore is located. The shroom is poisonous and can not be eaten by humans. It emits a powerful order that deters any other natural predictors.
Functionally- The shroom is poisonous, there for extracting its juices could be used as a form of poison. The sent it produces is terrible to most creatures, but does attract some hostile or otherwise evil mobs. Plant is able to emit light in dark areas from chemical reactions within the shroom head, allowing for an alternative organic light source other then torches. This plant has a strange property that combining it with certain forms of magic will allow for the shroom to become other plants. It has a very lose genetic structure and when altered with brewing and magic properly it can easily reconfigure itself on a molecular level to mimic and become certain other types of plants. With the right amount of magic the plant is even believed capable of converting itself into other elemental properties. It may be possible for someone with advanced enough magic to transfigure the shroom into other, sometimes none biological, objects.
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Dawn Flower
Dissertation
Name: Referred to as the ‘Dawn Flower’.
Classification: Organic, Flower like plant belonging to Herilothigitical ( Her-ill-oth-igit-ecal) classification group.
Origin: This bread of flower was originally found close to 500 BC by ancient civilizations. It was at first thought to be a far-flung descendant of an Orchid, but later reviled to be a new classification all together. No previously existing classification could specify what group this organism most closely belonged to, thus it was given a grouping of its own. The Herilothigitical (Her-ill-oth-igit-ecal) classification was assigned to this organism. Most referred to it simply as the Dawn Flower, as it could only be seen clearly at dawn due to natural properties of the plants acids which caused it to rather violently glow as it entered low light atmospheres. Strangely the flower seemed to understand the differentiation between sunset and sunrise, and only glowed in the early morning hours for about an hour’s duration before closing its spiny arms over its main flower pod. First sightings suggest the flower’s main origin was from an ancient temporal forest located in the warmer regions of the planet.
Climate: The Dawn Flower does not like cold weather. It will not grow anywhere that temperatures cannot remain above an average of 37 degrees Fahrenheit year round. Naturally the flower grows in temperate forests, but can also be located in some regions that support a warm enough climate. It is a very sensitive organism and requires perfectly balanced quantities of warmth, water, and light. The plant does not like much sunlight, thus it will grow mainly under tall trees or large light obstructing objects. It needs only a mere hour of indirect sunlight per day to function at maximum capacity and requires no more than a half gallon of water per two days. Roots enjoy being submerged in water, but only for short amounts of time. Typically where this plant grows rain falls heavily but for a short time, drowning the plant’s roots briefly and then receding. The Dawn Flower will grow in other climates other then temperate forests, but must have very specific conditions. Soil must be rich in minerals for the plant to grow and produce its main resources. Plant will only grow if in rich soil and under proper conditions. It is without need to say that early civilizations were unable to correctly relocate any of these plants without inventing a way to create these artificial living conditions. The flower itself is very hard to break, but easily pulled from the ground as an entire flower due to its weak root support. Flowers bloom in spring, flower in summer, seed in fall, and die back in winter.
Reproduction: The Dawn Flower is pollinated by many flying insects. Seeds grow in central pod and feed off of the abundant energy supply in the central core of the flower pod. Seeds are released to the wind in late fall. Flower blooms in early spring. Flower is perennial; it has a long life and only continues to multiply if not killed. Flowers are scares compared to some because of living conditions needed to sustain them. Finding any patch of these flowers would be a great discovery.
Population size: There are an average of fifteen million on the planet. However they are difficult to locate, as they grow mostly hidden in very specific areas. Flowers are almost always found in group, but groups are rare indeed.
Locations on planet: Temperate forests, sometimes found in swamps, can be found any place that supports proper living conditions.
Predators/pollinators: Nothing eats this flower as it is incredibly toxic when consumed. Pollinated by bees and other small flying insects during the spring and summer months.
Height: Average size of flower before pod blooms is 17 inches tall. After pod has fully bloomed flower stands at approximately 23 inches tall. Size varies. Largest ever found was fifteen feet tall, considered a mutation. Smallest found, 5 inches tall fully grown. Also considered a mutation.
Smell: Similar to rotted fish, mixed with an order one described as freshly boiled alligator meat.
Taste: Not recommended for consumption.
Note- Not recommended to be harvested with bear hands.

All known uses:
-The Dawn Flower produces a very acidic juice that flows through its veins. This juice is extremely poisonous to most organics as it deteriorates flesh on a molecular level, rapidly causing blindness, fainting, stoke, and eventually death. The toxin is called Fibersalic acid. It attacks living cells and rapidly consumes them, rupturing their membranes. Unfortunate subjects exposed to more than a few drops of this toxin showed these symptoms and died within a few hours of exposure. Toxin does not harm organics unless eaten, or directly absorbed into blood stream. Does burn skin on contact, not fatal in this regard. Toxin has only one neutralizing component on record, coconut juice seems to neutralize the acid and render it harmless. Subjects would need to consume within a matter of hours after exposure to survive, depending on severity.

-Interesting use noted. Flower seems to be very easily killed. Lack of water, to hot or cold, wrong soil, or other minor alterations to natural environment seem to very harshly kill plant. However, one scientist named Higth Mebral discovered in ancient times that the flower seemed to possess a very unnatural ability in the sense that it could repair itself from physical damages. Higth preformed a number of tests, cutting into the flower with different objects and leaving different sized gashes in its softer tissues. Under correct conditions flower regenerated within a matter of seconds. Higth named this Higthen Regeneration. He wondered if there was a way to somehow use the plant’s natural healing abilities as medicine to heal humans, but the plants acid made it very difficult to handle. Higth was later saddened to learn that the acid itself was what caused the plant to heal so quickly. It could not be applied to humans. Later a woman named Ruth Gilarsky discovered that apple juice neutralized the acid of the flower, rendering it still able to heal rapidly, but not to harm outside organic matter. This may be a lead to curing human illnesses or battle injuries.

-Flower seemed to display a very interesting principle. It opens when the sun is just about to rise, and stays open for about an hour or so, then closes its spines over its main flower pod. Could this be used to tell time without any other signs? Flower seems to know what time of morning it is despite location or proximity to sunlight. Experiment… flower taken and placed in cave underground. Still opened and closed exactly at sunrise. Flower died later from ill living conditions. Flowers tested at all times of year, same results. Proving difficult to keep flower alive outside of natural habitat.

-It was observed later in history by wise men that used the flower in religious practices that the flower’s acid, when burned, let off a very arousing, yet disorienting sent that was equivalent to a powerful modern day hallucinogen. It was questioned if this could be used as in the form of a large scale weapon for disorienting battlefields full of men or as a biological passion absorbed through the lungs. It was also tested whether or not flower’s acid could be used as chemical poison. Tests successful. Humans unable to detect chemical acid when placed in wine or other drinks. Highly fatal. Toxin again, not responsive when added to coconut juice, research still being conducted as to why coconuts prevent the acid from degenerating tissue. Highly effective as poison or gas chemical warfare. If only we could get a lot of it into the air at once somehow.

-Observation, Dawn Flower’s spines at ends of plant tendrils are incredibly durable. Strength tested against iron swords, spins proved to completely withstand, whilst dealing damage to the sword. Spins small, not able to craft into a sword, but perhaps arrows? If capable of crafting into arrow, would be capable of piercing even stonewalls if fired with great force. Could be used as bullet like projectile. If only we had something to fire it faster. Noted, not as strong as diamond, but close. Diamond still able to scratch spine, spine not able to scratch diamond. Conducting more research on this principle.

-Dawn Flower was noted to be very elegant decoration, Since flower is hard to get, rare to find, hard to keep alive, it sells for quite a price to those who might wish to have their hands on one of the words most rare flowers. Just don’t eat it. Reported one flower sold for over fifty seven pounds of gold to a noble once. Flower was dried in sunlight after it had died and hung as symbol of noble’s pride and wealth. Too bad we don’t know how to grow these things or else we’d be rich!

-Plant glows very brightly in morning hours as response to chemicals in chloroplasts responding to this time of day. No idea why plant performs this action. But glowing is vivid and often able to see from miles away. Lasts only a short time. It is thought to have something to do with the plants attempting to attract natural fertilizing or pollen carrying creatures.

-Very important discovery made! Flower contains core that is similar to outer spines. Core composed of minerals gathered from soil, combined with a form of plant’s acid and chloroplast based solar energy conversion, aka photosynthesis. Incredible, plant is able to discharge excess energy, from photosynthesis and other natural functions, into a core marble like structure located inside the plant’s central pod. Energy collected is stored as what was described as “Raw energy”. Highly volatile when combined with a form of intense heat. When plant’s inner pod was removed, then exposed to metal rod at five hundred degrees, less heat than that of fire, it exploded like a God had throw lighting. Explosion was later understood to have been caused by heat exciting the massive amounts of naturally stored energy inside the marble like blue-green sphere of organic plasma and acid bearing seed pod, located in center of plant’s main flower. It took two hammers just to break the flower open, the spines broke the first hammer, and the flower’s tuff outer carapace broke the second hammer, but not before we cracked it open. The organic blue-green gems of power inside these plants are amazing… it’s like it has created its own nuclear fusion plant within such a seemingly primitive plant. The question arose today… was this flower even from Earth? And regardless, could this core be used as a form of power, or even a high explosive weapon. But how to get it to activate at the right moment… still working on that one. More research underway now.

-Noted that plant’s stalk is composed of thin hair like fibers, equally as strong as the spines on its pedals. These have been made into finely woven sting and rope. Since it is stronger than steel and weaving it only makes it stronger it was suggested someone make armor out of it. However that would take quite a few flowers to make just one armor set. Are there better uses I wonder? However if someone could make an amour out of it, say using about five hundred of these flowers, it would sell for quite a sum of money, and be almost invincible to any primitive weaponry. They predicted that a full mess of armor could even stop bullets… whatever those are.

-There are likely more uses for this intriguing plant that we haven’t yet discovered. It will be up to those who follow to attempt to further unlock the mysteries and potential of the infamous Dawn Flower. I just know that there are more secrets hidden in this incredible otherworldly mystery of nature…

Until later,
Professor Stovack signing off…
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Flint Knife
The blade is very 'talon' like and made of flint. The flint would be a rather large shard of flint, ground into this shape with a spinning wheel or other tool that would allow for it to retain its very pointy shape. The handle would be composed of some type of wood, soaked in a substance that would toughen it, perhaps that is where it derives the gold color. Or if they added a gold colored tree into the game i suppose the wood could be crafted from that specific type of wood which would also give it that color. As for the decoration aspects those could be gems of some kind. It would be interesting if they added a diverse array of mineral resources to the mining aspect of the game. Perhaps sapphires would be used for the decoration, which serve no actual purpose other than visual appeal. The flint knife would be sharp, but not very tough, and would break easily. However it may be beneficial to craft for some specific purpose that other weapons might not be capable of performing.
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Character Depiction
A VERY rough draft image of a character with a TUG background. Prehaps at some point i will detial and enhance it.
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Epic Scene Depiction
This was from the Art contest hosted on the old forum. I used Photoshop to add all my currently existing plant images into a pretty nice looking background of some planets i made. The proportions of the plants are greatly altered for effect. Those would be some giant Shrooms!
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Daconna Nut
Name- Daconna Nut (Da-Ka-na)
Basic Info- A nut that grows from the Daconna Bush. The bush is small, only about a foot wide and seven inches tall when fully grown. It attaches itself as a seed spore to the tall branches of trees and from their grows into a small purple leafed bush, which when fully matured will begin to produce Daconna Nuts. Normally only one nut will grow from each bush at a time, unless mutated. The nuts are large in comparison to other nuts and when fully gown can get to be up to more than half the size of the bush itself. This specimen only grows in tall trees with moist branches. It will not grow in cold climates or in places that do not receive frequent precipitation. The infrequency of the nuts is low and they can be found in most areas of the world that achieve the bush’s growth requirements. The bush does not harm the host tree. However is does offer defense for it against certain types of bug and fungal infection due to the type of resin secreted from the nut and bush. Only grows one nut four times a year on average. The plant is easy to spread and re-grow, and is perennial.
Functionally- The most commonly understood uses for the nut are currently limited. Both the nut and leaves of the bush can be ground and used for fungus and bug repellent. The nut is edible to humans and tastes something similar to walnuts. Nuts are hard, and can be used as projectiles if needed, however one would require many bushes to produce a decent quantity of ammunition for a slingshot since each bush only produces four nuts on average each cycle. The bush’s leaves are poisonous, but can be used to poison the tips of arrows.The only other currently known use for the nut is that the oils inside it can also be squeezed and traded as a very high value item, since a fully grown nut only provides about three drops of the precious oil. Many have invented other uses for the oil, however it is rather difficult to acquire and somewhat costly.
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BattleAxe
I played around with the tool pieces created by Visigoth and come up with this Axe. If you have not yet, you should go and take a look at his art page http://forum.nerdkingdom.com/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=174 He has an array of interesting concepts for you to gaze upon.
But these pieces bellow are of an Axe i created using his parts. Added a purple glow onto it because i like to think that player's weapons somehow could have an energy connection with their gems that allow for weapons to be "Charged" by the player's "Energies" er something of that nature possibly. Anyways, here is an axe, and a dude holding the axe.
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Daris Flower
Photoshop art of interesting leaf like flower. No description as of right now, so feel free to make up whatever you think suits this plant.
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Scarel Snatcher:
Scarel Snatcher:
A naturally occurring mutation of the Scarel family, an extensive family of snatcher plants which often contain three to seven snatcher bulbs.
The snatcher is highly evolved to capture small animals and other pray, and has very flexible, long reaching arms topped with teeth filled bulbs. It stands fully grown at about 5 feet seven inches tall and is found predominantly within jungle biomes.
Very little is known about the snatcher, or any of the plants classified in the Scarel family, as most of the scouts sent to study them find it impossible to get anywhere near them. Their arms greatly extend past their apparent reach and can stretch outwards rapidly up to seventy feet from the basin of the plant, which seems mushroom like.
Studies on this subject are still being conducted, and have resorted to leaving many scientists adapting rather unusual studying methods. The plant is believed highly aggressive and highly dangerous. However, it would make for an excellent guard to prevent enemy attacks or seal off narrow entrances… if only we could find a way to get close enough to it to administer sedatives for relocation.
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Polly-Corn
Name: Polly-Corn

Classification: “We think it might be a plant,” says the Professor.

Basic information- The Polly-Corn looks a lot like a giant bacterium, or severely altered and unfortunate looking squid monster. In truth these similarities are not far from the actually nature of this organism. “Which is defiantly a plant. Probably,” the professor stated earlier yesterday in an interview.

The Polly-Corn is much larger then it appears, but much smaller then you might expect. Weighing in at only half a pound this creature is quite light for its size. Fully grown the ‘plant’ can get up to seventeen feet in diameter, yet still weigh only a fraction of what one might expect. Not a lot is known about the creature, other then that it is only found in deep dark areas of the ocean and other large water masses. It feeds on smaller creatures similar to it, known as Cornibs. And it is believed that the plant may produce a substance that would make for an incredible glue and light source. “It does both really,” said the Professor. This statement was concluded by,” In truth we really don’t know anything else about this creature. Have you ever tried to examine something in complete darkness before? Go ahead and try it, let me know that turns out for you.”

This was the finale statement the Professor gave before ending the interview. Clearly little is known of this fascinating creature of the deep. We can only hope that in time, those eggheads will figure it out for us.

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The Professor
Well iI've been feeling rather inspired lately, so here is another one for you all.
-The Professor on a lake, looking at floating specimens of translucent light.
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Sketches
Here are some sketches that i've made recently. I hope to complete them soon, whenever time allows ;)
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Star lit Night
A star lit night, in the wonderland of TUG
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TUG Weapon Concepts
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60-sec Sketches
Bugs, in 60-120 sec, may refine and detail one day
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Feel free to leave comments and let me know what you think. If you find any errors, I'm certain they are aplenty, please let me know so i can correct them. Thanks and hope that you enjoy. :mrgreen:
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Comments

  • LeifLeif REGISTERED Posts: 361 Seed
    Wow. Awesome stuff Darkscript. Love the colors you used. I'm going to come back and read the text when I have a little more time (I have the cooking on the go :D)
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  • VisigothVisigoth REGISTERED Posts: 268
    Nice, glad to see you revived this from the old forums :]
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  • WingidonWingidon REGISTERED Posts: 1,128 Seed
    Gods looks like if I slightly touched the point of that knife, next thing I would be doing would be staring upsetingly at my bleeding finger
  • VisigothVisigoth REGISTERED Posts: 268
    I'm not trying to offend you, but I think your "Flint" knife looks more like some creatures claw :]
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  • SparkSpark REGISTERED Posts: 12
    Its nice to have all of your stuff in one place Darkscript. I really like the picture you did for the contest, Its cool to see you plants bunched together in different sizes with the epic background, well done! As for your character I really want to see more of him in the near future. Cant wait to see what you post next Darkscript!
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    @Leif: Thanks. Yeah there is a bit of text on the Dawn Flower lol. I got excited.
    @Visigoth: The knife does look a lot like a claw. I believe it was Spark who once suggested it looked like a spider fang or something of that nature, to both i agree. I called it a 'flint' knife, but i suppose it really could be made of anything :P Also i love your seed! Looks epic.
    @Wingidon: Haha i suppose it does look rather sharp.
    @Spark:Hey. Glad you like it. I agree that it is nice to see it all in an organized format in one spot. I'm still working on that idea of yours to assimilate a player's gem with a biological specimen. I need to also finish the sketches for the Dacanna Nut and the Frost Lilly. I've been busy writing so have not had much time lately. But i'll try to get those three finished and posted soon. And as for my character, i will do more with him later on, maybe touch up that image if i get some time :P
  • TugaliciousTugalicious REGISTERED Posts: 11 Seed
    Nice to see your pictures and you here, Dark.

    Thumbs up for the art and writing!
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  • VisigothVisigoth REGISTERED Posts: 268
    Darkscript wrote:
    a player's gem with a biological specimen. I need to also finish the sketches for the Dacanna Nut and the Frost Lilly.
    Oh, those sound like very cool concepts.
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  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Nice to see your pictures and you here, Dark.

    Thumbs up for the art and writing!

    Thanks... Finally figuring out how to use the new site lol
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Oh, those sound like very cool concepts.

    Thanks, trying to get them finished. Let me know if you, or any of you guys have any idea's or concepts you want me to attempt... I mostly do plants and biological stuff, but if you have any ideas feel free to let me know. :D
  • WingidonWingidon REGISTERED Posts: 1,128 Seed
    Well, apart that I love the knife, I think it's not sharp at all, instead, it's very very VERY pointy, a sharp tip. It's just that It's swinged like a knife, but pierces a lot of stuff (a primitive but actual ARMOR PIERCER, RUN AWAY YOU HOOVY-ARMORS), rather then chopping it. Looks like an useful tool actually.
  • JoeJoe REGISTERED Posts: 264 Seed
    Darkscript. You, are awesome. I love the different organic specimens, especially the description of the Dawn Flower, which was nice and long and full of detail. And as Leif said, the colours really make the picture. They remind me of a flower I did with oil pastels beck a few years ago (was sure not as good as these though).
    I also like the idea of the flint knife, which does look like a claw, which could be used for small details, like carving the smallest details into a soft wooden ornament, or even carving the whole thing, as it has the edge that would be good for something like that.
    Anyway, I enjoyed reading this topic and I hope you come out with plenty more artwork and concepts for us. :mrgreen:
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Wingidon wrote:
    Well, apart that I love the knife, I think it's not sharp at all, instead, it's very very VERY pointy, a sharp tip. It's just that It's swinged like a knife, but pierces a lot of stuff (a primitive but actual ARMOR PIERCER, RUN AWAY YOU HOOVY-ARMORS), rather then chopping it. Looks like an useful tool actually.
    Yeah i suppose it would be more pointy then sharp. Good 'point'
    Might do some other weapons later on
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Joe wrote:
    Darkscript. You, are awesome. I love the different organic specimens, especially the description of the Dawn Flower, which was nice and long and full of detail. And as Leif said, the colours really make the picture. They remind me of a flower I did with oil pastels beck a few years ago (was sure not as good as these though).
    I also like the idea of the flint knife, which does look like a claw, which could be used for small details, like carving the smallest details into a soft wooden ornament, or even carving the whole thing, as it has the edge that would be good for something like that.
    Anyway, I enjoyed reading this topic and I hope you come out with plenty more artwork and concepts for us. :mrgreen:
    Well thanks, glad you liked them! I'm going to try and add my next plant drawing later today.
    Glad you read the Dawn Flower description, though i don't know if i'll write another quite as in detail for the other plants. Maybe eventually?And that's a good use for the knife. I had not so much thought of it as a carving tool. But i like that idea, very possible.
  • WingidonWingidon REGISTERED Posts: 1,128 Seed
    Darkscript wrote:
    Wingidon wrote:
    Well, apart that I love the knife, I think it's not sharp at all, instead, it's very very VERY pointy, a sharp tip. It's just that It's swinged like a knife, but pierces a lot of stuff (a primitive but actual ARMOR PIERCER, RUN AWAY YOU HOOVY-ARMORS), rather then chopping it. Looks like an useful tool actually.
    Yeah i suppose it would be more pointy then sharp. Good 'point'
    Might do some other weapons later on
    Ba dum tss, get my point?

    Well, I would take that design and make daggers with that shape but with stronger materials, so I get to pierce metals more offently... but with my (literally) blunt plans, that's not gonna be my needs.
  • Hane_DarskapHane_Darskap REGISTERED Posts: 40
    Very cool. I love the feeling of a primitive alien setting. Favorite is the Dawn Flower. Really sweet! :D
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  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Well, I would take that design and make daggers with that shape but with stronger materials, so I get to pierce metals more offently... but with my (literally) blunt plans, that's not gonna be my needs.

    Hum, what material would you want them to be made of. If i get some time i will make something similar to this with that material.
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Very cool. I love the feeling of a primitive alien setting. Favorite is the Dawn Flower. Really sweet! :D

    Thanks! I love the alien type biological specimens... not sure i can actually draw a real flower :lol:
  • WingidonWingidon REGISTERED Posts: 1,128 Seed
    Darkscript wrote:
    Well, I would take that design and make daggers with that shape but with stronger materials, so I get to pierce metals more offently... but with my (literally) blunt plans, that's not gonna be my needs.

    Hum, what material would you want them to be made of. If i get some time i will make something similar to this with that material.
    Er... Rearden Metal? Atlantian orichalchum? To be more serious I would try out with magically charged steel, that's all I can think off, who knows what metals will be ingame? :D
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Er... Rearden Metal? Atlantian orichalchum? To be more serious I would try out with magically charged steel, that's all I can think off, who knows what metals will be ingame? :D

    That sounds interesting. I'll try to make something like that after i get my other drawings finished. Thanks for ideas :)
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    I added the information for the Deconna Nut. I will try to add the cleaned up version of the image itself as soon as i get motivated to make it pretty haha
  • WingidonWingidon REGISTERED Posts: 1,128 Seed
    Darkscript wrote:
    Er... Rearden Metal? Atlantian orichalchum? To be more serious I would try out with magically charged steel, that's all I can think off, who knows what metals will be ingame? :D

    That sounds interesting. I'll try to make something like that after i get my other drawings finished. Thanks for ideas :)
    If you're actually interested in the 2 not-so-serious metals, I'll say soup. and will also tell you how they are suposed to look like (rearden metal is a blue, greenish metal, orichachum as described in Age Of Mythology is a silversome dark colour, like a metallic dark blue or something, can't remember)
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    (rearden metal is a blue, greenish metal, orichachum as described in Age Of Mythology is a silversome dark colour, like a metallic dark blue or something, can't remember)
    Alright, well after i get my other two drawings finished i will look into it and see if i can come up with something for you.
  • JoeJoe REGISTERED Posts: 264 Seed
    I like the description of the Daconna Nut too, especially the super high value oils and the poisonous leaves. Excellent for people with too much power. Just slip a leaf in a salad, or better still, mix into a tonic and hire a staff member to do the dirty. Unfortunately you either have to frame the servant or just 'dispose' of them afterwards to cover yourself.

    I think up scenarios when I like something. :mrgreen:
  • WingidonWingidon REGISTERED Posts: 1,128 Seed
    Joe wrote:
    I like the description of the Daconna Nut too, especially the super high value oils and the poisonous leaves. Excellent for people with too much power. Just slip a leaf in a salad, or better still, mix into a tonic and hire a staff member to do the dirty. Unfortunately you either have to frame the servant or just 'dispose' of them afterwards to cover yourself.

    I think up scenarios when I like something. :mrgreen:
    Ninjafully adding the leaf under the Lemurian Emperor's salad?
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Joe wrote:
    I like the description of the Daconna Nut too, especially the super high value oils and the poisonous leaves. Excellent for people with too much power. Just slip a leaf in a salad, or better still, mix into a tonic and hire a staff member to do the dirty. Unfortunately you either have to frame the servant or just 'dispose' of them afterwards to cover yourself.

    I think up scenarios when I like something. :mrgreen:

    Ha yes a fine scenario indeed. And glad that you like it, hope to see things like this in game. :)
  • SinnonSinnon REGISTERED Posts: 383 Seed
    Quite amazing!,they should totally implement it, amazing talent you got there man.
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    Enlist your faction in Seekers Order, sub-groups or alliances are not problem with the enlisting, since we are a not a clan, just a UN sistem of organization.
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Sinnon wrote:
    Quite amazing!,they should totally implement it, amazing talent you got there man.
    Thanks man, i appreciate it. Glad that you enjoy my stuff. Been a while since i've posted anything new, need to add the Frost Lilly and the 'plant/player-gem' hybrid some time.
  • DarkscriptDarkscript REGISTERED Posts: 35 Seed
    Hello all!

    It has been a while since i added something to this page, so here is the Catcher. Hope you enjoy.
  • WingidonWingidon REGISTERED Posts: 1,128 Seed
    Interesting plant! If it was added, it would for sure be a serious problem for jungle dwellers...
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