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Hazmat44

Ignore the radiation. I do that all the time.
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I don't think you even have to make lore at all, its just supposed to be a cool thing to dive a little deeper into your character lore
 

Hazmat44

Ignore the radiation. I do that all the time.
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Also you can't prove you're human - no amount of swearing will help
 

Hazmat44

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She does, doesn't she? How rude is the officer of Sunhaven today? Mispronouncing Kerr's name too! >:(
Could be a running joke that this one particular official is really good/bad at botching names.
 

AncientBird

Reptile with wings and plumes.
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Anyway, is it alright if insects could tame some non-insectivore birds (small parrots/doves) to be used as beasts of burden? You did say to me before that larger insects could lend help, but it would be really helpful for bigger cargo that requires something stronger to carry it around.
 

Hazmat44

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AncientBird AncientBird Can't wait to learn more about Bramble, she seems cool

Also, just saying... A woodpecker killed two of her family members, and you invented their deaths. So... Technically speaking, an Ancient Bird killed them?

I'll let myself out.
 

SilverFlight

Tende altum, volare altius
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Anyway, is it alright if insects could tame some non-insectivore birds (small parrots/doves) to be used as beasts of burden? You did say to me before that larger insects could lend help, but it would be really helpful for bigger cargo that requires something stronger to carry it around.
We were tossing the idea around. I think that some herbivorous mammals and birds could be used inside the city, but probably not directly in the city, there would be a loading zone for them.
 

AncientBird

Reptile with wings and plumes.
We were tossing the idea around. I think that some herbivorous mammals and birds could be used inside the city, but probably not directly in the city, there would be a loading zone for them.
Cool, cool... Can Bramble's family has like a family parakeet that they use to carry stuff to the city? It would live on the same tree as her and since she lives outside the city, space wouldn't be a problem. (Also it could act as a guard animal to protect the bees from smaller, insectivore bird, since parakeet can bite very hard.)

Hazmat44 Hazmat44 When you know me long enough, you will see how tyrannical I can be to my ocs, muh hah ha ha ha.
 

Hazmat44

Ignore the radiation. I do that all the time.
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Cool, cool... Can Bramble's family has like a family parakeet that they use to carry stuff to the city? It would live on the same tree as her and since she lives outside the city, space wouldn't be a problem. (Also it could act as a guard animal to protect the bees from smaller, insectivore bird, since parakeet can bite very hard.)
Just from the outside, most of the insects in the RP don't measure past 4 cm, which would make birds kinda like dragons of some kind. People would probably be rather cautious of them regardless of how well-tamed they might be.
 

Hazmat44

Ignore the radiation. I do that all the time.
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Tyrannical? My most wholesome character (different RP) is going to unknowingly build the bomb that destroys her home planet and dooms her species. Beat that!
 

AncientBird

Reptile with wings and plumes.
Just from the outside, most of the insects in the RP don't measure past 4 cm, which would make birds kinda like dragons of some kind. People would probably be rather cautious of them regardless of how well-tamed they might be.
Some parakeet can be small, Bourke parekeet for example is around 19 cm... Comparing to 2 cm bees, they would be more of an elephant to a man. But I see your point.
 

Hazmat44

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Ten times taller, 2.5cm = 5'8" human...
... That's a 40 foot tall animal in comparison.
 

Hazmat44

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Which isn't to say it's a great idea. It totally is. But I get the feeling that bugs whose ancestors have been eaten by birds for Land knows how long miiiiight be a tad touchy around them.
 

SilverFlight

Tende altum, volare altius
Some parakeet can be small, Bourke parekeet for example is around 19 cm... Comparing to 2 cm bees, they would be more of an elephant to a man. But I see your point.
For that small number of insects, I'll allow a hummingbird or a sunbird, a small one.
 

AncientBird

Reptile with wings and plumes.
Ten times taller, 2.5cm = 5'8" human...
... That's a 40 foot tall animal in comparison.
It's the length actually, Not sure how tall the parakeet are from feet to shoulder on flat ground, but I wouldn't put it more than 8 cm.
 

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