Creature Stage/Archive 1

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Early Creature Parts unlocking Creature Parts Edit

Theres a citation refering to early creature parts unlocking key creature parts in the creator. This is true, not sure if frequency of finding that parts tier goes up the more you reference it, but should someone post the "techtree" of parts? And if so in what format? I'm working on a tick chart spreadsheet. I wonder if one could cite the Official Guide Book, I think its by Prima or would that be infringement. I'm rambling 04:25, February 25, 2010 (UTC)

More heads = Better singing? Edit

Hey all,

I was being social in the space stage on one of the adventures and I noticed that all three of my creatures heads were singing. When they sang the social meter went up pretty quickly so I'm wondering if more heads enhance the singing; and if it does would that apply to dancing with more legs and making poses with more hands? 09:16, April 20, 2012 (UTC)

As far as I'm aware, no. Are you sure that your captain didn't just have a significantly higher sing level than the creature that you were socialising with? GirdoPic Ghelae - (talk) 13:28, April 20, 2012 (UTC)
Yeah it turns out my captain had a singing level of 3 while the other creature had a singing level of 1. It would be interesting if the theory turns out to be true. I think I'll give it a shot in the creature stage and see what happens. ~ 13:51, April 21, 2012 (UTC) (Same guy in first post just signed in somewhere else)
Negative on the assumption. Tested in creature stage with a creature that had three different mouths of singing level 1. They don't stack --- Almosadroid 16:35, May 9, 2012 (UTC)

Maintaining jaw (after completing Cell as Herbivore) or filter mouth (after completing Cell as Carnivore) won't make your creature an omnivore?Edit

I beg to differ. Maybe it varies with the version, but I made an omnivore creature thus. -Tawaki 14:09, August 10, 2012 (UTC)