Radiance

Radiance is a blinding light that flows and pulses like liquid. From its blinding white light, crawl and fly forth radiant Organisms. Radiance is a form of matter from which organisms can form. It is located and formed in the heavenly Empryean, and most radiant lifeforms inhabit this place as well. The study of the Radiance and its organisms is Radiology.

Radiance

Radiance behaves like flowing white plasma, with a neon glow and a hypnotizing aura. It coalesces with whatever is around it, be it the corpse of a deadly beast, or the levitating stone obelisks that make up ground on the Empyrean.

The Radiance modifies these components, until life is created. Even compared to umbral lifeforms, radiant beings are exotic and alien in appearance. Although some have some semblance of organisms below them.

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Bingu

The Bingu is a predatory critter created from the mutated bio-mass of some sort pink critter known as a Sphynx Cat. It was originally created in the Googas Underlabs, before their mysterious closure.

Breeding

Usually after the reproduction of a Bingu (process not disclosed). It is runnin’ free into the wild, outside of that big ‘ol cat mountain, Mt. Googas is its name I am pretty sure. Usually it marks territory and creates breeding grounds, I reckon they make their hidey-holes in caves or hidden areas. There have been multiple cases of Bingus’ attacking settlements, one infamous case being that ‘ol bunker down in the forest.

When the Bingus.. get busy, if you know what I mean, their young stay in the den with their mothers before being released into the wild. These little critters will then find or create their own pack! How adorable of them, starting their own families.

Reminds me of the time I.. anyways!

When the pack settles down, they mark their territory by pissing. Hehe. Then, creating breeding grounds for their future offspring. Restarting the cycle, reminds me of that time loop I trapped my toddler in. Her suffering was so entertaining.. haha!

Lifestyle

Bingu hunt in packs, and never leave the pack. Unlike my wife.. Anyways, they may leave the pack when certain conditions are met.

They are naturally picky eaters, they only consume sugar, catnip, and some other exotic foods. Sorta like how I ate my wife! Haha! They are scared away by quiet noises, but they seem to be unphased or even calm in the presence of loud noises. Unlike me, I run when I hear a gunshot! This enigmatic behavior is probably because those mutations gave these little guys a case of good ‘ol brain damage. Like how I lobotomized my wife!

Bingus’ prefer to attack loudly, they are not silent and will chase their victim until any other circumstances occur which could injure the Bingu themself. This is because the usually slow Sugarback Turtles they usually predate are not only deaf, but also extremely easy to hunt. Because of this, the Bingus’ sense of direction, stealth, and mortality are dim.

These dumb ‘ol pals prefer to attack loudly as possible. They will even chase their victims off a cliff or in some other grinder, killing themselves in the process! I love watching them die, especially the pregnant ones! Doesn’t really make me question why these fellas are dying out, though. You know what also died out? My family! Because I ate them! Scrumptious haha!

Breeding grounds

These little guys have extremely messy nests, littered with dead babies (like my house haha!), bones (like my house haha!), and random pieces of garbage (also like my house haha!). These creatures will also make homes anywhere. Some of these places include:

  • Bingus’ stalagmite: A cave filled with many goodies to find, however you will find the most aggressive Bingus’ there.
  • Sogplog creek: Under the river you will find underwater Bingu who have somehow grown fins! They are docile, even when you are attacking them (not the sharpest), be warned, the water is radioactive.
  • Underlabs Resting House: Some sort of suspected Underlab base thats hot has high hell. It probably has a Bingu Nest, I saw some fiery ones scurrying about near it.

While I find another family to murder, or something else shiny to watch, I hope you have fun sightseeing!

Tharsis

Tharsis, also known as the Red Desert, is a vast desert made from blood red dust. It is inhabited by a niche ecosystem. Originally a thriving rain forest, N’nosk transformed it into a maroon desert with his fonudries and mines when he discovered high amounts of ore and minerals to use. It is considered a less hostile version of the Hungering Wastes, and also the heart of N’nosk’s industrial might.

Nagaiborīsunēku

Nagaiborīsunēku are an ophidian carnivorous parthenogenetic species. Because of their parthenogenetic nature, all members of the species are female. They are highly dangerous apex predators which use their ability to travel in subterranean environments to ambush prey from below. Nagaiborīsunēku are also highly agile, being able to climb, crawl, and run at high speeds.

Nagaiborīsunēku are powerful apex predators, and have no natural predators. As such, they can and will hunt any organism known to the Prime Material Plane. They particularly inhabit arctic and forested areas, however. Some are domesticated in for use as mounts.

Description

The face head of the Nagaiborīsunēku resembles that of a colubrid snake, specifically Lampropeltis splendida. It has whitish blue scales covering its slim, feline shape. On its head it has two feline ears which large white tufts of fur on the tips. Rows of white fur also run down its spine, ending at its large tail and covering completely it in bushy fur. The tail is thick, with multiple spines, all connected to each other via a scaly membrane.

Its four locomotion appendages are completely covered in ophidian scales, ending in four toed feet with long claws. Nagaiborīsunēku also have vicious fangs, resembling those of a viper.

Knight

Knights are a species of genetically modified, hexapedal, humanoid organisms designed solely for the purpose of being shock troopers and cannon fodder for N’nosk’s Empire. They are deployed from massive prism-like dropships, from which they charge into battle in amorphous swarms.

Description

Knights are around seven feet tall, with four grasping appendages and two locomotion appendages. Their skin is similar in appearance to obsidian, with a gold-like mineral running through crack-like patterns coursing through them. Their faces are relatively featureless, consisting of a giant jaw with gold, elongated, human-like teeth used to sever limbs.

They can walk and run quadrupedally, although they have also demonstrated bipedal movement. They use the claws and switchclaws on their grasping appendages, in tandem with their maws, for offense.

Behavior

Knights were designed and built to behave as cannon fodder and shock troopers. They seemingly lack any sense of mortality, committing suicide unintentionally to get to their enemies. These creatures either do not feel pain at all, which is likely, or are numb or resistant to it.

Knights coalesce in enormous swarms of mindless violence, they will often sabotage each other to get to their opponent. Knights are so effective at killing, that they are often the most common form of troop on the battlefield.

Despite their almost instinctual and mindless violence, they can easily discern what is and isn’t a fellow ally, and can quite intelligently and accurately tell what is and isn’t a foe. Although at times, confusion is possible and civil wars break out between Knights and other soldiers.

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Repair Unit

Repair Units are small, quadrupedal mechanical organisms created by other organisms to repair, construct, and deconstruct other structures. They are small, and quite physically weak. They also lack offensive capabilities, being armed with a nanodeconstructor and nanoconstructor. Although they can use their legs to defend themselves.

They are usually mass produced, as they are quite clumsy and often damage themselves. They can navigate three dimensionally, being able to climb on walls, ceilings, and floors.

Fin

Fins are an exceedingly common form of biological locomotive adaptation. They are thin appendages attached to a larger body or structure. They typically function as foils that produce lift, or thrust or provide the ability to steer or stabilize motion while traveling through water or something analogous. The fins on the tails of cetaceans, mosasaurs, etc., are called Flukes.

Fins are some of the most common forms of biological locomotion known to the Prime Material Plane, being present on almost any aquatic organism or organism which moves through something analogous to water. They are even found on certain terrestrial organisms, albeit in most cases atrophied.

Switchclaw

Switchclaws are a type of biological offensive adaptation evolved predominantly by carnivorous organisms. Switchclaws are a secondary row of claws above the primary row, which can retract in and out of the foot or hand in a similar manner to a switchblade.