As someone who is working on their guilds, and *cough* game system *cough* again, I realized I never did comment on a lot of subs. This was one I was hoping would enrich my mind as it expanded yet it never did. Crack the whip Moon... dust off the sheet of age and revisit the old. Worry about the new another day. Go to Comment
I realize I never voted on this. For shame of me. This sub has spawned greatness, whether it was the list of possible guilds in the scroll, or the great list of guilds linked back. There is so much information that has been put in here it wil ltake days to read it all. Go to Comment
No insult to injury taken. :) Yes for those of you who do not know, I strive to have all my posts to be of the utmost quality. Although I know they all can not be like that. If you refrain from posting a comment or vote in fear of me not liking it, don't be. I thrive on comments, good or bad. I can learn more from a bad comment than I can from a good one.
Protection. In a desert environment, the strong survive. The sandgrazer's are nearly defenseless. The symbiosis that they shre with the Lemieans is simple, they each have something the other needs. The desert tribes need a source of water, which the sandgrazer provides. The sandgrazer needs protection from predators and other hazards, which the lemiean's provide.
I was thinking that the glads would naturally drop off due to weight. After a certain weight they would simply fall.
The do eat, but do not seem to eat as often as most animals would. In a desert you wil lfind a lot of animals eating certain plants that horde water to get their water intake. The sandgrazer doesn't need to do this as they horde their own water, therefore they would not be required ot eat as much as a normal desert animal. They eat yes, but not nearly as much.
They are more of a domesticated animal. They have very little fight in them and enjoy the attention and protection the Lemiean's give them. They are not like their difficult cousins, the camel. They will allow only certain people to ride them and if they are of a certain weight, to heavy and they will just stand there or sit.
While this is something I probably would never use it is very detailed and informative. I like it. It's nice to have a reasonable explaination behind said events instead of, "It's magical, thats why it works."
I like this a lot. I really want to know more about the nine angels. The fact that the Gods fear them for their real purpose and design is great. It adds a huge power struggle of the divine and makes it seem closer to home.
What is their purpose and meaning? It would be nice to know exactly what the Gods fear and what the demons are to the Angels. Is it possible to be the opposite? Angels were created for punishment perhaps as sins, etc?
Yes, once again why I never voted on this I am unsure.
This smacks of greatness as did his Of Angels submission. GO READ THAT ONE TOO!!!
I personally have a far different view on Demons that AG does, but I ejoy the detail he has gone into and the seeming passion he has put into making it as complete and detailed as possible. Go to Comment