I study and research animals and creatures for a living. It’s something I have an amazing passion for. Nothing get’s me more interested and excited then trying to figure out hoe a living thing works. So, when I saw the monsters for the first time, my mind started to work on how they could exist, how their normal life cycle is, how they are able to do what they do. Given, a monster is a thing that you do not or can not fully understand. But being and animal scientist prevents me from believing that. Some the wildlife too catch my eye.
Why do so many different life forms have tentacles around where food intake is? Where on the planet’s evolutionary map do they split from each other? Why do the Striders have such small and seemingly useless arms located so close to their long back legs?
Why is a Desert Nomad (A large herbivore) so aggressive when it is arguably the largest thing in it’s environment; making it not have any real predators based on size alone? I would assume that since Shear appears to be mostly desert, there is a limit on plant-based food and thus it perceives nearly everything around it as food.
I’m going to keep adding to this thread as I look more and more into this game. Or any game really, to be honest…I love life.