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Wedding by Nimrond Wedding by Nimrond
A wedding in the world of Dardunah,...one of the more complex images I have done, in that it has more animorphs in it together than any other piece I've yet composed.
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fabman132 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
phenominal....
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Nimrond Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011   Digital Artist
Thank you so much!
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Lupinator Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2007
Pretty awesome man! But, begs the question... How are two different species supposed to work things out... genetically?
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Nimrond Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2007   Digital Artist
The way it works on Dardunah is that there are technically three different "major" species (called jenu) of people (called janah); the vajrah (mammals), the paksin (birds of all kinds), and the sarpah (all reptiles and amphibians)... If a couple are members of the same jenu (i.e. both are, let's say, mammal, like the bride and the groom), then they can easily have children together. Their children will turn out to be either the race (jenu-type) of the mother, the race of the father, or the race of one of their grand-parents. They will never be a "mix" of two different species...

It is possible for two different jenus to be together and be married (such as a lion and a komodo dragon, let's say...), but it is impossible for them to have children unless they invoked the aid of a special type of priest called a "Pari"... Pari are able to use various mystic rituals, prayers, and special powerful herbal concoctions that supposedly enable suched mixed couples to produce offspring... However, there is a great risk that such unions could make the couple utterly infertile, or could even cause the birth of some hideously deformed abomination. Rarely a risk ever taken...except in the cases of true and deep love....
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Lupinator Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2007
That's kinda what I figured... like, almost exactly actually. Which means that it's perfectly logical and gets my super seal of approval! :>

As for the ritualistic, mystical birthing methods of mixed couples. That's a game of Russian roulette if ya ever asked me. But, I like the idea of it. To craft a perfect world... it should hardly be perfect.

Thanks for the answers my man.
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Nimrond Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2007   Digital Artist
My absolute pleasure! I love interest in the logic behind the game's fiction....

Hopefully people will be as interested in the game itself!

^_^
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Lupinator Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007
That's a relief to hear, I thought I was the only one that obsessed over having and explaination for basically everything. Plus, I just appreciate things more when the artist puts some genuine thought into things.

I hope so to man, I know I'm interested in it. It almost seems like it could have been a novel at one point in time though. But, it's awesome when you have a story you can play and interact with too.
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Nimrond Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007   Digital Artist
I may indeed look into creating novelizations out of the stories generated from it, once I get this game settled into place... There have been a LOT of good plotlines played through already by my testers, each one worthy of being retold in some form...
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Lupinator Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2007
I could see your RPG having a little bit of a cult following, which might spawn some interests in novalization... I doubt it'll be the next D&D, but I'm certain it could garner a bit of interest and perhaps... profit. Personally, I love a good fanfiction...
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Wolftail Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2007
amusing o.o
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