So. I guess we're back here again.
First I'd like to really quickly get the fact that Hypno deciding to leave was a factor here, and was absolutely what led me to do this; having discussions with other users is a highlight of why I stay here, so one less member of the community - specifically a member that I've known through forum settings since early 2015 at latest - is incentive for me to move on.
Besides that, the problem here is a blend of the issues I was having in the first two 'Oh dear's; a lack of interest in the series and frustration with said series' lack of quality (I'm not even halfway through marathoning a particularly low point in the series as I write, which doesn't help...); and stress over things that shouldn't be stressful…Read more >
Inspired by Mrclubtail1234's 'Cenozoic-ifying the series' but not totally based off of it; given how many animals were around at the time on the continent, and given how recent the period is, there are a lot of animals to work with here, including modern non-extinct ones (there are still a couple outliers from other continents, mind). Not everything has to be some obscure extinct creature.
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Blast 'The Amazing Threehorn Girl', it drives me to write even though I know I can't really write.
Cera was crestfallen.
It had all started as a normal day for the threehorn and her friends; an escape from some bellydraggers which they had gotten the attention of on one of her and her friends' routine trips to the Mysterious Beyond, this time spurred by desire to verify Ruby's insinuation that there was a funny-looking rock just beyond the walls of the valley. During their escape, she was separated from her friends backed into a corner by the sharpteeth. By a stroke of dumb luck, she frightened them away by bumping into a pile of rocks and causing them to fall down in front of her. When she came back to her friends and explained what had hap…
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As with Late Cretaceous North America-ifying the series, I don't think I need to elaborate here - everything here is either from the Morrison Formation, the Sundance Sea, the Tendaguru Formation in a couple instances or nonspecific. Just about entirely objectively false, I originally wanted to just do the first movie.
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A moment of silence for the sauropods culled in the morning hours of 4/14/19:Read more >