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Mech Creations? Edit

i have a question, where would mech creations be classified??, since they arent living organism should there be a special Kingdom for them?? and also creations that are robots but have creatures parts....

Good point. --Grox999 22:54, March 8, 2010 (UTC)Grox999
I Think Someone should create a kingdom called like: mechanius or robotis ot something like that and the phylum and all that would divide in the kind of robot(Which tasks it develops) and a phylum that contains creatures that are half robot half creature --1andrew 1a 20:13, March 9, 2010
Cyborgs are biological in nature (with mechanics replacing other features). Therefore they should be classified based on their biological traits (like with the Grox). I haven't tried the mech part stuff. Is it possible to make 100% mechanical creations? If so, we could classify them, if people agree to. But imo it would be about as pointless as trying to classify a vehicle. CogHammer Ose t/c 18:02, March 15, 2010 (UTC)
I agree with Ose that we should classify cyborgs based on their biological nature, since the mechanical stuff is added only after the creature has evolved. For creatures that are completely mechanical in nature they might go under the Cryptia phylum. If they are half-flash and half-metal they should still be classified like regular animals. I mean, some animals have body parts made of chitin or keratin, so based on Spore logic it's normal for animals to have metallic body parts as well. Jacxis 13:21, March 16, 2010

Question. Can creatures from the other games also be classified? Look-a-troopa 14:28, April 7, 2010 (UTC)

Well, I have a creature (made by me) and I don't exactly know where it goes. I think I need to make a new Taxon but I'm not sure.

Let me explain;

  • Primus Primus, the original Primus, is an extinct species of bipedial insect/mammal hybrids. They were dependant on being in constant contact with water for survival.
  • Tusk Primus, which developed tusks as prey became tougher skinned, is an extinct species of bipedial mammalsect (unofficial name) which replaced Primus and completely left the water.

The following Primus were artificially created to study the extinct species. These are not evolutions; they are the same organisims as they mature.

  • Primus Polyps existed in both a smaller, aquatic variety and also a large - and dangerous - tertiary variety. The later developed light sensing organs.
  • Primus grew to a size of roughly 10 meters and were very dangerous. As active carnivores, they hunted their prey in packs of 2-4 individuals, with a success rate of 73%.
  • Primus Nymphs hung from overhead branches. Not actual nymphs, they waited for prey to pass withing striking distance. Whether they were liquivores is unknown, as they have not yet been observed feeding.
  • Primus Podus mirrored the Primus Primus specimens with the exception of the eye. Primus of this species do not have eyes, unlike the creatures they were meant to serve as analogs for.
  • Primus Quadpodus was a quadropedal variant of the extinct Tusk Primus. Primus Quadpodus also exhibited eyes, which quickly vanished as they matured.
  • Primus Hookceros grew a primitive shell to protect it as prey became better defended. Hookceros exhibited numerous traits, the most obvious of which was the over-sized tusks. The actual purpose of the tusks was speculated to be for capturing prey until closer examination revealed that the tusks were not attached firmly enough for such an activity. Their purpose remains unknown.
  • Vulture Primus are undoubtly a successful species. They have a 91% success rate when hunting, exhibit an intelligence level previously believed to only include lesser simian creatures, and have developed grasping apendages. Also worthy of note is the fact that they are now sexually mature but countinue to grow.
  • Devil Primus, which have reached their lives peak, exhibit sentience of a lower degree and also extreme dexterity. The akward positioning of their hands apparently is not a hindrance to their success as a species.
  • King Primus are appropiately named. Reaching their maximum size of 42 meters, they now rival the intellect of the scientists studying them. As sentients, they repeatedly mention 'Others,' perhaps in reference to the aggressive beasts prowling the very edges of the continent. The 'Others' are a naturally occuring evolution of the Primus that managed to avoid extermination.

A final note before we can get to the real-world and wikia-world stuff;

The 'Others' are non-sentients which thrive off of dead carcasses. There is little information about them but they are identified as a species of Primus. All attempts to eradicate them have failed. There are only 4 specimens off-world in cryo-stasis, and only 7 have ever been retrieved, of which 2 are dead, while another rests in cryo-stasis.

Enough about Primus, now, I need help locating this. Here is a basic summary;

Animals - Yes Begin Lives as Polyps - Yes Any existing class - No Vertabrate - Yes Mammilian Traits - Yes

So, I have come to the following conclusions;

  • They are scientifically impossible species as they are both vertabrate and invertabrate.
  • They don't have even fit into a phylum, let alone a class.

As such, I have decided;

  • There needs to be a new phylum named Cnindata (combination of Chordata and Cnindaria) which would include any class that does not fit into either Chordata or Cnindaria but exhibits traits of both.
  • And the rules of Spore Taxonomy need to be adapted to include oddities such as the Primus.

I could make the entire Cnindata on my userpage before actually putting it on the Taxon page, as to not confuse people.

Note: This entire thing can be copied into anything on this wiki that is related to Taxonomy in some way.

Mam007 20:51, June 7, 2010 (UTC)

If some of those species in the genus are vertebrates and some of them are invertebrates, they DEFINITELY should not be in the genus. I strongly recommend you divide them up into already existing classes. —Preceding signed comment added by TimeMaster (talkcontribs) 13:10, October 3, 2010 (UTC)

Animalia error Edit

All subtaxons for Animalia and plantae have gone. There are still on wiki, but not in another taxon page. I think it is global, can someone repair it? 9988 09:50, November 14, 2010 (UTC)

Holy Crap! Edit

Woah! I just go onto the Animalia page and I see two categories?! How did this happen? How can we fix it?!

Im Making in Wikia a SPORE Database by taxon but im searching but im a novice! Someone can help on my Wiki to create 10 Kingdoms!

- 3 for Cells (Monera , Protozoo , Bacteria) - 1 for Creatures (Animals) - 4 for Flora (Mushrooms , Algae , Trees , Bushes)

8 Kingdoms = Spore Taxonomy

My SPORE Database in Wikia =( Im building it. http://es.sporetaxonworld.wikia.com

Ibiss34 Ibiss34 18:09, November 23, 2011 (UTC)

On the first issue, all of the phyla are showing up for me, so I don't know why there's a problem for you. GirdoPic Ghelae - (talk) 18:16, November 23, 2011 (UTC)


maybe its your computer. Shellious avatar Twink -- I can get confusing real fast. 18:17, November 23, 2011 (UTC)


I tried creating a taxon in my Wiki , but appears this.

Animalia Template:Ta is the kingdom consisting of all animals. All creatures created in Spore belong to this kingdom.


   AnimaliaExpression error: Unrecognised punctuation character "{" 


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ibiss34 Ibiss34 17:24, November 24, 2011 (UTC)

I have ideas for new Kingdoms =) Fungi - Mushrooms

I have plans for making a universe classification like this Taxon : Dimension/Universe (First) , Galaxy (Second) , Sector (Third) , Star (Fourth) , Planet (Fifth).

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