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Oceans of fishes from Planet Cyrene

Discussion in 'Entropia News' started by Lykke TheNun, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. Lykke TheNun

    Lykke TheNun Lootius bless you all!

    EntropiaPlanets.com presents

    Cyrene-Fishes.

    By Ed Robles - Creative Director of Planet Cyrene

    The seas of Cyrene are equally as perilous as the lands or the air. Here we have a small collection of underwater or coastal creatures for your viewing pleasure.

    Armored-Whiskerfish-copy.

    The Armored Whiskerfish is a lover, not a fighter. This creature is plentiful in the seas of Cyrene because it is a favorite meal for many creatures. It has a quick spawn cycle with very few actually making it to a ripe old age. Using its thick armor as its only means of protection, an old Armored Whisker fish could prove to be a very tough meal indeed.

    Razerhorned-Whiskerfish.

    The Razerhorned Whiskerfish is a small but ravenous little thing. They travel in large schools and look to take advantage of anything that might be too old or weak to put up much of a fight. Using its powerful jaws with razor sharp teeth, a school of these fish will consume its prey rather quickly. As if that was not enough, any creature unfortunate enough to try and eat one of these little guys will get a very rude awakening when they sink their teeth into the large razor sharp horn on top of its head. These little guys prove the old axiom, Strength In Numbers.

    Hackfin.

    The Hackfin is a medium sized fish. Its gentle nature should not be confused for weakness. The Hackfin will put up a good fight if disturbed and will not stop until it defeats its foe. Found off most coasts, the Hackfin tends to live a more solitary life, though schools can often be found during the spawning season. Its fins are a valuable commodity with certain locals who make weapons and tools from them.

    Tide-Claw.

    Tide Claws are an annoying pest to say the least. These creatures are constantly combing the beaches looking to scavenge anything they can find. Though most are wild, some have been tamed and used as guardians for the Merfolken tribes. Their extremely tough shell armor can be difficult to get through so it's best to keep distance when fighting them. If they get close enough to use their claws, they will cause heavy damage. Once spotted by these creatures they will all try and swarm the prey as they each try and take a bit for themselves.

    Skreel.

    The Skreel is one of the most feared underwater creatures lurking around the coast and deep waters. The Skreel uses its strong and lightning fast whips to sting its prey with a paralyzing electrical charge. Not much is known about this rare and solitary fish. Considered a true prize not only by the locals, but by the Human factions as well, has led many an explorer and hunter to an early demise.

    Muck_jaw.

    The Muckjaw is the true lion of the sea. A feared creature that is considered by many Merfolken a true test of a Merfolken Champion. They gather in groups and look to find schools of fish to round up and attack. Using its massive rock-like head to stun its opponent with a charge, the Muckjaw will then proceed to tear its victim apart with its teeth. It is known as the Muckjaw because it will sometimes hide amongst the seabed rocks and sandy muck waiting until an unlucky creature gets within striking distance.

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    A big thank you to Ed and the Planet Cyrene Team for sharing such wonderful and awesome pictures!

    Keep them coming ;)
     
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  2. MindStar9

    MindStar9 Floating in Space

    Wow ... looks like the oceans of Cyrene are going to be as much of a camping ground as the land and air might be judging by what was just presented to us. Kudos to the Cyrene team for coming up with such creative designs, along with descriptions that are quite luring. :biggrin: Really impressive. :thumbsup:
     
  3. Nice. Looks like Cyrene will have a lot of diffrent mobs right at the launch of the planet.
     
  4. I love fish!!! :)
     
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  5. kalanen

    kalanen roadkill

    Wow! Whiskerfish texture is like seven feet above BINGO! :thumbsup:

    Great designs, all of them.
     
  6. GeorgeSkywalker

    GeorgeSkywalker Explorer

    The most creative sea creature designs we've seen so far. Well done Cyrene team.

    Nice to also see thought has been given to the economy. Judging by the descriptions loot from these creatures will have a purpose :thumbup:
     
  7. RAZER

    RAZER Custom title ... uh ...

    VERY interesting indeed, it is one thing that is missing from all planets, some nice well thought out fish and it looks like these will do the job !
     
  8. RAZER

    RAZER Custom title ... uh ...

    and added to the wiki: http://www.entropiaplanets.com/wiki/Cyrene_mobs

    I know we have seen more Cyrene mobs, but these look pretty finished and have a name that I guess is the final one, that's why the other are not in the wiki yet.
     
  9. Lykke TheNun

    Lykke TheNun Lootius bless you all!

    I think they look at little ... fishy :giggle:
     
  10. Calin

    Calin Due for an Ultra-Uber Loot.

    Some very cool designs there!
     
  11. Wow that's a lot of water mobs :)
    Like GeorgeSkywalker mentions sounds like you
    guys have an idea of a useful loot scheme for the fish. (Make sure there small fish have a purpose too)

    I'm not a fan of the Hackfin design but the
    other ones look great!

    Keep up the good work C-team :happy:
     
  12. Nor Alien

    Nor Alien Wisker Fish

    YESSS!! Buying fishing rod at boxes!! mmmmm fish!! ;)
     
  13. the crabs alone are awesome!
     
  14. Nor Alien

    Nor Alien Wisker Fish

    OOOOOH sooo many ways to post from this!! :roflmao:
     
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  15. Tass

    Tass Administrator

    Really nice texturing work!

    Let's just hope MA gives the mobs a brain soon.
     
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  16. Wow great looking mobs, nice descriptions. Keep up the good work!
     

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