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How Can I Protect Medieval Villages From Plops?

After creating my version of fantasy slimes (please see this and this for more on them, they're called Plops) I realized a problem with their basic physiology. That is because in medieval times (and ...
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Creating a Predator For Snappers

Yep, it's another predator question. I know lots of animals eat fish, but the Snapper is a different breed of deadly animal, a ferocious, amphibious pirahna with dagger-hard teeth and the ability to ...
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Mermaids: Dealing With Predators

Mermaids have it rough. Being a marine species, they lack the means and quite possibly the inclination (as mermaids, like people, get used to what they have) to create fire and work metal, and ...
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Figuring Out Monster Ecology

In one of my last questions, Making a Predator For Chompers, Daron pointed out that I should really post an ecology question, so now I'm trying to figure out the ecology of my world based on my most ...
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Would Rubberizing Benefit People and If So, How?

This is an extension of What Weapons Would Benefit From the Rubberizing Enchantment? and covers people instead of items. Basically, when someone kills a Plop with an item, that item is Rubberized; ...
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Making a Predator For Chompers

Yep, I'm back with another predator question! Before I even posting Creating a Predator For Plops, I knew I'd have to post similar questions for Chompers, Snappers, and Anklebiters (the last will come ...
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Determining the Best Wild Anklebiter Predator

The natural sequel to Making a Predator For Wild Anklebiters, which was inconclusive. You see, Wild Anklebiters are chimeric monsters-being equal parts flower, worm, and leech-with a rather ...
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Keeping Giganoto Size In Check

This is the sequel to Figuring Out Giganto and covers the potential adverse effects of Gigantis, namely excessive size. You see, Gigantis defies the square-cube law, allowing for the strength of a ...
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Explaining Leafmaw

I've mentioned Leafmaw in many questions now, but now I realize the need for Leafmaw to have their own question. Leafmaw are round, blobby creatures that mimic bushes or piles of leaves, eating ...
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Will Plops Go Aquatic? [closed]

Plops, as described in the link, are pretty dangerous critters. Their water predators range from Snappers to octopi, and due to Rubberizing, the Enchantment they grant to whatever kills them, not many ...
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