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« on: 03 August 2008, 21:15:59 »

nerd -Areas of Interest- nerd
-Butterflies and moths.-
-All things Cyhalloian.-

read -Awaiting Comments- read

computer -In Progress- computer

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Artwork for all of these would be awesome, and more than I could hope for.

-the Cyhalloi Archipelago-

-the Ddiflas butterfly-
-the Death Dance Butterfly, Queprur's Companion-
-the Flitter-Twitch Butterfly-
-the Glass Winged Butterfly, Snow Fly-
-the SingSoft-
-the Wyspfly-
-the Squelchbug-
-the Gulletcramp-

-the MoonBlade-
-the Luneweep Stone-

-a drawing of a Stone Troll, coloured by Bard Judith-
-the Baniop Frog Picture-

Big Grin -Things Listed in Cyhalloian Entries that Haven't been Written  hammer

-the Il'throg. A thunderfoot offshoot that live exclusively in the northern half of the tundra spanning the waist of the island of Guldor. Details on this can be found in the Thunderfoot entry, Moonblade entry, and in my "everything Cyhalloian" post in this thread.-
-the Nexus Wallub. A sealionesque critter.-
-the CragDash. A medium-large breed of hardy goat that live mostly on the steep mountainsides and jagged mountaintops all across the Cyhalloian continent. They can often be seen licking ice and snow away from rocks, and licking the naked area of rock for long bouts of time. Occasionally, they can be seen even chewing on rocks. However, they also eat whatever greens they may happen across as well.-

-Kasumar. Savior of the Kar'ii peoples.-
-T'scarru Kamali. Eldermost Nightson.-

-Kruu-an's Cove. As one creeps inside of the cave, at first it seems to be nothing more than a shallow outcropping against the mountain side, but nearer the back of the cave it can be seen. Dark vines cover the back wall of the cave, back and purple leaves with striking tiny white flowers speckled here and there crawl their way across the rock and seem to converge upon one point, then disappear round a corner. It is impossible to see this small space to slip through from the mouth of the cave. In fact, it'd be impressive if one were to notice it at all before being almost on top of it. Behind this boulder, at the end of a tight passage way that is about (5yards) long, is a hidden glen.-
-Kasumar's Peak.-
-Qu'prur's Pass.-
-Shade Crest Canyon.-
-Winking Moon Cove.-
-Ludor Port.-


pet -Random Strokes of Possible Genius- pet
-The Travelling Climbing Flower. Spreads via spores like mold or fungi. Grows on the bark of trees. Spreads from the bottom to the top of the tree, so that the spores can float as far as possible to other trees. Grows very quickly, and when it dies it becomes papery and very frail, a gust of wind enough to carry its remains away.-

-Wyspies. Poof Fly. Poofies. Flies that are carried by the wind, rather than actively flying about. They look like little white balls of airy fluff during flight. Once on a surface, they close their 'wings' against their bodies, at which point they are slender white bugs with two black antennas sticking out of their foreheads. They have two small black eyes on either side of their heads. They have small mouths to eat leaves and such with, and a long, hollow tongue that extends a good few nailsbreadths out to suck nectar and fluids out of flowers. Despite how small they are, they're quite packed with meat and when eaten have a satisfying, airy crunch to them. They climb high into trees to find food and to take to the wind in search of new grounds to nibble around on.-

-the Crowned Flutterby.-

-the Sovereign moth. A large, slow moving moth. Poisonous wings? Makes a deep, heavy sighing noise in its chest when it moves around. Size of a small rabbit, almost?-

-the Xazure Marquis and Injohue Marquise/Marchioness butterfly royalty, so to speak? Life span of ____ years. Mates for life. Lays multiple eggs that hatch straight into butterflies that instinctively knows how to fly. Lives somewhere nifty. Large, and males are larger than females for once.-

-A sister butterfly to the Death Dance butterfly. Possible names :   Withering Butterfly.   Wither Dance Butterfly.   Witherfly.-

-A 'drug' butterfly.-

-Butterfly Juice! Big, fat, plump butterflies that multiply like ridiculous and make juice! Sweet, tangy, lovely butterfly juice. You squeeze the butterfly to get the juice. But they don't die. They have a big back side. You squeeze it and, like when you squeeze a little chicken, it "poos". And the poo is the drink. And you can tell when they're "ready" to be "milked" for their "juice" cause their butts get really big and round.-

-the Lullaby Butterfly. They make soothing, humming and 'singing' noises by rubbing their wings and awkward extra cricket-esque legs together. Swoop around in "flocks" and are mostly nocturnal.-

-A butterfly that lives in the deserts with a stinger. Main food is the Sand Lilly.-

-A butterfly called "Lovebug" that makes people "fall in love".-

-A giant Nybelmarian butterfly.-

-An adorably destructive moth.-

-A tiny butterfly that lives as a parasite in someone's stomach. (Yeah, that's right. It gives a whole new meaning to "I've got the butterflies.", dun'it? Bwahaha.) Only once they are mature, they crawl out of the person's stomach and up their throat, exiting the person's body via their mouth or nose. They are immune to corrosive acids, such as stomach acid, and they lay eggs on food that hatch in response to physical contact with stomach acid. Particularly small, they're very wispy and feathery in appearance once dry and can live a little over a year inside someone's stomach before emerging.-

-A tiny blue fly that can be caught and eaten right off the bat, like candy. "Candyfly", "Sugarfly"?-

-A fish butterfly, if you will. Generally sand, blue, and teal in colour- though pinks and oranges do occasionally occur. Also, a rare butterfly-fish that is very shiny and piranha-like in nature. That have stomachs that expand when they eat and make them look really pregnant.-

-An underground butterfly. A butterfly for the Dwarves!-

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« Reply #1 on: 03 August 2008, 21:39:02 »

They flitter. They twitch. They fly around clumsily at high speeds and hit you in the face.

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« Reply #2 on: 16 September 2008, 03:32:30 »

Just some notes. Might as well make certain that I don't lose them again, right?

-General Information-
-Life Cycle-
-Butterflies and Moths are known scientifically as Lepidoptera (meaning 'scaly wings'), because their wings are covered with thousands of overlapping scales. These scales are often quite brilliantly coloured and account for the distinctive patterns that can be found on both butterflies and moths.-

-Butterflies and moths feed by means of a long, hollow feeding tube, or proboscis. This remains coiled up beneath the head when not in use, but when extended it can probe a flower (or whatever) in search of nectar.-

-As adult butterflies are only able to feed on fluids, flower nectar is a major source of sustenance. Other foods range from fermenting sap, to liquids from dung and decaying carrion.-

-All butterflies and moths have four life stages; the egg, the caterpillar or larva, the pupa, and the adult. Less advanced insects, such as aphids and grasshoppers, have only three life stages; egg, nymph, and adult.-

-After mating, the female lays her eggs on or near a 'host' plant, which the caterpillars will eat. The eggs may hatch within a few days, but the eggs of some species can survive for months or even years until the conditions are right for the larvae. After the eggs hatch, the tiny caterpillars begin to eat. As they grow, they molt or shed their skin several times. When they are ready to pupate, they search out a sheltered spot and then shed their skin one last time to reveal the pupa, or chrysalis. The pupae of many moths and a few butterflies are enclosed in a silk bag made by the caterpillar, but the chrysalis of most butterflies are naked. Inside the chrysalis, the structures of the caterpillar are broken down and dissolved, and the adult structures develop. After the transformation is complete, the adult butterfly or moth emerges, pumps fluid to expand its wings, and then begins the cycle anew once their wings have dried.-

-Butterfly eggs vary greatly in size, colour, and shape. Some eggs are laid singly; others are deposited in clusters of several hundred.-

-Caterpillars (larvae) are usually long and cylindrical in shape. The colours of many species blends with the flowers and leaves on which they feed.-

-Most chrysalises are irregularly shaped and resemble leaves, thorns, or bits of wood.-

...more to come...

-The family Hesperiidae, more familiarly referred to to as 'Skippers', is a large, primitive group of some 3,000 species occurring throughout the world. Although generally considered to be butterflies, they frequently lack the butterfly-style clubs to the antennae. They can be recognized by their large heads, stout bodies and short, triangular shaped forewings.-

-Swallow-Tailed Butterflies-
-Papilionidae species of butterflies are recognized by their large, striking wings and by the fact that they have three fully developed pairs of legs. They are usually very strong fliers.-

-This is a large family of more than 1,000 species of butterflies. Most are white, yellow, or orange in colour. It is believed that the name "butterfly" originates from a member of this family- the bright yellow brimstone that was known to the early British naturalists as the 'Butter-coloured Fly'.-

-This is a large family of more than 5,000 small, brightly-coloured butterflies occurring throughout the world- but mostly in tropical and subtropical regions. The sexes often differ in colouration, and the undersides of the wings usually differ from the topsides' surfaces.-

-A huge family composed of over 5,000 species, this family contains some of the world's most beautiful and spectacular butterflies.-

...more to come...
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-General Links for Kasumar'ii (and Cyhallioian) information-

the Kasumarii Men  --Hopefully, I can maybe change their appearance up just a tidbit. All I really want to do is make their skin a slightly different colour and perhaps make them a bit thicker thigh'd for more easily trudging through deeper snow, and perhaps add just a little bit of softness about their bodies. It's hard to do, you know, moving through deep snow when you're very short (I have personal experience in such)- and having a little fat on your bones is what helps keep you warm! Oh, and I'm going to make them a little shorter, since 1.8peds isn't all that short, really. Thinking of changing that to 1.7peds(for men) 1.6peds(for women).

Map of Cyhalloi --But which islands are which?
the Tundra of Cyhalloi

  • Cyhallrhim Elves --The tribe's general height is not specified. I'm assuming they're about 6ft tall, which will determine the size of the Il'throg or whatever. Also, they avoid everyone, so the Kasumarii have no reason to bug them either.
  • Un-entried Orcs of the Island of Dorolak --I don't understand why these Orcs are bothering to go to a different island just in order to attack the Kasumarii. It doesn't make any sense. ((Valan said "Gang war")) Also, makin' these babies Viking-esque!
  • Faburi --Need to be finished... but live on a different island, so aren't necessary for the Kasumarii.


  • Cloaked Elk --If the furs are prized, then should I not make it one of the food sources for the Kasumarii? Should I just write another deer for them?
  • Sheep --None of these live in Cyhalloi, gotta make a goat and sheep species or two to live there.
  • Leveret Rabbit --Will need to be updated for how the Kasumarii will use them, as they are a useful resource.
  • Thunderfoot --Have to write the sister species of the Thunderfoot, named 玬thr鏬 by the Cyhallrhim elves there. Will be smaller, a maximum of only 13ft tall. Have light dustings of blue at the backs of their legs, down the middle of their back, on the ends of their ears, and a darker blue and some purple around their eyes and mouth. Have a mixture of woolly fur(on their face, under-ears, trunk, insides of their legs, tail, and across their bellies) and thick hair(covering their backs, sides, head, neck, tops of ears, chin, chest, and legs). Tusks are a creamy white with black creeping up from the base. Skin is a dark, chalky purple-ish gray. Fur and hair are a mixture of very light cream-whites and virgin-snow white.







  • Skyweed --This seems to be growing in an area of Cyhalloi unsuitable for it (lack of altitude).
  • Tyrscaru  --Seriously needs expanded upon and made clear how the Kasumarii go about harvesting and using this plant, as it can be used for rope and food as well.
  • Squirm Moss --Too rare to actually be a reliable resource to the Kasumarii...
  • Kragghi Vine
  • Hrugchuck Grass --This puts an offshoot, or something, of the Thunderfoot in Cyhalloi, called 玬thr鏬.
  • Crimson Rose


Era of Sundering --some history to look at

"Majority of islands: Kasumarii.
Minority of islands: Griemn-Oc.
Orcs of mainland: Evil, nasty bastards-Oc.
North Mainland: Faburi.
Scattered around: Cyhallrhim."
As stated by Xarl here

-General ideas for the Kasumarii-Men tribe-

  • Fighting Style for the moonblade and the double-sided moonblade, appropriately named: Mooning and Twin OR Blue-Mooning, respectively.
  • "Vine Stewing" as method to make rope. Steam vines, then braid into rope, then treat with.. something... and dry.
  • Still a very military-people, but not assassins- so much..
  • Primary fishing "village" or three or four that migrate along the coast with the fish ("the flow of the fish migration"). A primary hunting and gathering "village" or three or four that migrate around set paths following and searching for certain game. At the "death of the seasons", the villages return to the "capitol".
  • The double moonblade is more of an extra-short staff with 'mini' moonblades on either end... if it's even worth keeping.
  • Metal is melted down from rocks dug up somehwere... a mountain forage would be badass.
  • Kasumarii bow or two!
  • Kasumarii ice-pick shovel that they use to dig trenches for being sneaky?
  • What carry homes are made of? An entry for a carry home, even.
  • Take away the StormSons. They crash landed on the island via boat. That doesn't make them expert mariners. That makes them crashed on an island.
  • Combine the GreenDeaths with the Dark Priests. Name the 'order' or whatever "Something Priesthood".
  • The new Dark Priests will be renamed "Something Clerics" and will have shadowmancy and knowledge of all aspects of their religion and general combat training with daggers, like the Blood Thirst or Nightooth perhaps.
  • Greendeaths will be renamed and reduced to general herblore, alchemy, healing, and general combat with a dagger.
  • The stormsons will be renamed and reduced to fishermen.
  • The Korenjaans will be scouts and infiltrators; well trained in stealth and infiltration, as well as trained in swordplay, archery, and daggers/throwing knives, along with a little hand-to-hand.
  • The Echiilianni will be the "warriors" of the Kasumarii, well trained with a spear and/or in swordplay, and hand-to-hand combat.
  • Throw out the NightSons being the best of any sect, make them scholars of sorts for the tribe- historians, teachers, ninny-type jobs.
  • They need some kind of wood-axe and fish preparing knife for skinning/descaling and disemboweling, and a knife for skinning and disemboweling land-game as well. Also, perhaps a butcher knife of some sort?
  • Snow blind goggles?

--> Alright. So... basically how the Kasumarii ended up on the island in the first place is a couple of boats filled with people fleeing a plague crash-landed or otherwise just ended up there. Thrust into an extreme climate, surely too cold for exposed humans, they then make due and eventually form little settlements- how?? where???. Some settlement gets attacked by a group of orcs in the area lookin' to loot them and such, so then they flourish into this insanely awesome, hardcore... assassin... tribe- we all know they're ninjas.
--> They have no government, beyond the military, and no real plausible way for the "government" to impose anything upon it's people or lands since Kasumarii settlements apparently move around constantly. So no one would ever be able to find anyone.
--> And they don't even have jobs laid out for them. No hunters or gatherers or anything. They just survive off of their assassin-ninja awesomeness, I guess. Oh, and all the ORCS they EAT.

-Myth of Finding the Hiding and attacking the Orcs of Dorolak-
Snow crunched sharply beneath their boots as they trudged on, scouting out the last place that they had heard the Hiding had been. High up in the mountains, as they were, the wind was bitterly chilled and even the elk furs they pulled tight around them couldn't keep it at bay. Kasumar had been searching for weeks for the group and had just about given up, sitting dejectedly on a rock and looking out at the sun setting over the tundra below, when his lovely Tyrajall spotted a glow. Ever so faint, but near enough to see, they hastily scaled the few icy rocks and covered the ground between.

-Recount of Fishing Village-
" Not much was left of the small fishing town that had just recently come into its own; carry-homes left to smolder and crackle in the snow as the few remaining attempted to pick up the pieces. Where their town had been for the last week was now little more than a muddy, bloody scar in the mostly untouched snow that stretched out around them. Once around fifty-strong, and riddled with women and children, the handful still left alive had little option other than to suffer through and move on. Nine men, eight women, and one child were all that survived, and while alive, they were not unscathed by the events of the pre-dawn. The orcish brutes that raided the place both pillaged and plundered to their heart's content, taking and killing and indulging where they felt fit. The Kasumarii fought valiantly, but they were woefully unprepared for such an attack, and thus began to fall beneath the thumb of the Horribly-Unimaginatively-Named-Dorolak-Ocs. "

" Somberly, they picked through the wreckage for supplies and quickly put the town behind them, leaving the bodies to Queprur's graces. It wasn't long before they spotted and joined with a family living in-land on the outskirts of the tundra. Word spread of the attacks, as many other small towns and families fell victim to the orcish raids. "

" Years passed, and the Kasumarii had taken to the cracks and crannies of the mountains whilst struggling to survive in the harsh climates and avoid the harassment of their orcen neighbors. "

The bay between the three mainlands, called Nexus Bay, is a deathrap just waiting for foolish ships to haphazardly attempt to sail into its midsts. The surface of the bay is frozen, a mixture of varying degrees of ice. The southern opening into Nexus is often crashed into by icebergs pulled in by the current, clearing away large amounts of thin ice and leaving the impression that a ship could perhaps sail through. Such is not the case, and a ship heading into the bay would quickly learn just that. The two northern entrances, however, leave no such inklings of passing through Nexus. Mountainous ice cliffs raise up high above the sea level between Dorolak and Folasche, huge chunks often breaking off to float away in the waters below. The bay has latched onto the southern shores of Folasche with a death grip not likely to release the island without a year of summer to thaw the fingers digging into the land. Between that coast and Guldor is where the ice-shelves are located, a place that can provide many resources if one were to successfully brave its unsure footing. Wildlife is abloom here, creatures such as the Spotted Pinnip, ________ and the ________ call the ice-shelves home as the waters below the ice are abundant with fish for them to eat.

Being frozen over, Nexus Bay provides a sort of ice bridge, closing the large gap at the heart of the three mainlands. However, the southern half of the ice bridge is a lie, too thin and cracked to safely cross, and has gained the name ________ from the Dorolak-orcs, or False Bridge. The further out one ventures on False Bridge from either Dorolak or Guldor, the more cracks and holes are punched into its surface and, eventually, the more it is just slabs of floating ice butting against each other rather than one unblemished pane; it makes crossing by foot here impossible. The ice bridge to the north, called ________, is a causeway(?) between Folasche and Guldor, quite the opposite of False Bridge. Frozen solid, one could even venture so far as to stand on the very edge of the ice and have the sea lap up at the toes of their boots. This bridge is just north of the ice-shelves, and is the ________'s way of migrating between the two islands with the seasons.

At the very center of Nexus Bay is a huge gaping hole where the torrential water swirls and sloshes, angrily splashing up onto the ice, reclaiming its frozen surface only to have it begin freezing once again. The Sabuin call this place ________. As the seasons change, the hole in the ice grows larger and smaller, ranging anywhere from measurement in the winter to bigger measurement in the summer. Oddly, fishing in ________ has only ever proved to be a fruitless endeavor, presumably because the currents near the surface there are too strong and quickly whisks away anything that gets caught in it.

Folasche is the northernmost and outwardly smallest mainland island in Cyhalloi, measuring about 0000 strals from the southwestern beaches to the icy canyon wall at the northeastern corner of the island. But that is nothing to say for the strals of caves below the snowy hills of the southern beaches. The entire southern shore of the island has been claimed by the frozen sea, as if the bay reached up and wrapped the bottom half of the island in its freezing hand. The long finger-like tendrils of ice reach up the shore, the largest finger being a dash wide, and disappear far inland and through the hills, lost beneath the immense amount of snow covering the hills. All but one of the beaches have been lost to the grip of ice or are jagged cliffs unsuitable for approach by ship, the northern beach of the western side of the island. The beach is long, extending at least 10 dashes inland, half of which is under at least 1 ped of slushy ice-water. This shore, known as ________ to the Sabuin, is blocked from much of the harsh winds that tend to sweep bitterly across Cyhalloi. Just inland from the shore is a thin spattering of wooded area that runs the length of the beach, separating it from the elevated, rolling hills beyond. These hills, named BuiSatoc (meaning: land of the Snow Brute, or snow troll) by the Sabuin, gradually gain considerable altitude as they go inland and, anywhere from 00 to 000 strals(?) in from the southern coast, depending upon how far west one is, the rising hills drop off in the sheer cliffs of the canyon, Builvur's Cradle, which lies in the northern corner of this island.

The cliffs stretch up, towering over the ground below at an impressive 2 strals(?), jagged with fractured rock and ice all the way down its height. These walls surround the canyon on all sides, keeping the frigid ocean and unruly winds out. On the land-bound side of the canyon, the cliff face is pocked and iced over, numerous porous caves with unsure footing tunneling deep into the ground there, filled with mystery. The ground far below the frozen cliff face is an upheaval of scarred earth and ice, telling of the giant chunks of ice that periodically fall from the areas of clifftop where frozen snow is heaped out past the edge of the cliff. The frozen falls span the entire width of the cliffs that drop off from Busatoc. Tiny waterfalls can be found trickling randomly down the face of the entire span of the southern wall of the canyon, some disappearing into caves and some converging together along the way. Five small streams eventually emerge from the cliff sides, winding into the forest sprawled out before it. The thickly wooded forest below holds an eerie beauty in the mute trees, no wind to bend the boughs or ruffle the leaves. The Sabuin people living on the southwestern coasts tell of the soul of one of their goddesses that rests in the canyon below.

They believe if one were to meditate atop the cliffs and just listen to the winds softly wailing across the top of the canyon, one can hear the sighing breath of one of their goddesses, Builvur, as she rests fitfully in the cradle of the land. It is believed by many that the Ulvur stalk the forests below, their cities lost beneath the trees' towering canopy. Even the Sabuin people have tales of these mythological creatures and many more living in the woods. As one gazes down at the snow covered ground at the foot of the cliffs, it seems that it catches light that isn't there, glistening and glittering in every colour imaginable. The western end of the southern cliffs are considered a haunted place, so to speak. All manner of mythical creatures live in the caves there, fantastical stories of various kinds of creatures; such as the Gerllimn, a sexless gremlin-like atrocity that steals away children in the middle of the night to eat them, and in some cases turn them into another one of them. Most of these awful mythological creatures are believed to be nightmares that were fathomed by their goddess, Builvur, as she sleeps, and chased out by the Ulvur.

It is also believed that the Ulvur stalk the forests below, their cities lost beneath its tall canopy. The cliff is considered a holy place the the Sabuin, where males make their coming of age journey to meditate at the edge of the cliff for three days and nights, just listening to the ________'s breath.
among the known species to live on Fenway are the (some kind of large woolly bat that live in the little caves at the very top of the cliffs), (some kinda seal/sealion/sealeopard thing), and (maybe some other critters I might think of).[/s]
The Sabiun territory includes the entirety of the southern half of the island, and they have four main villages; Whaling Village, located at the northern most point of the beaches. IceFishing Village, located halfway down the island on a piece of land that juts out. Sealing Village, located at the southern most tip of the Frolatch's beaches. Lastly, the Mother Village, located in the middle of the only patch of woods between the Whaling and Icefishing villages.

*eastern mainland, largest
*elves and ice towers in north
*kasumarii in middle/lower area
*orcs in the southernmost tip
*largest mountain, Kasumar's Peak, against the eastern side of the peninsula
*mountains on opposite side leading all the way up short of forest
*tundra to the right
*ice mountains on eastern side of the tundra
*glacier on eastern side of the ice mountains

*western mainland, rocky
*mountains curving along crab-claw-like bay in the north
*volcano in fat area of tail
*thin forest north of volcano
*mild plateau between forest, mountains, and bay
*black sands shore and isle around the volcano?
*black ice floes at tail near volcano??cold- wrosz
cold- wrosz
frost- k'mul
suggestions for "ice" in orcish:  roszul ,  wr'ul ,  k'rosz

-void isles
-the three northeastern-most isles, slightly above Guldor
-belong to an offshoot-tribe of a mixture of the Kasumarii and Cyhallrhim elves?
these would be half-elves with the unique characteristic of glowy pale
bluish/greenish? freckles and such from their diet of some kind of glowing cave
plant(s?) and hrungchuck grass aaaand... some other stuff.?
-Live in the ice caves there that are a lot like the caves in the cliffs on Frolatch
-have like... five or six little cave-towns, one being on the little isle directly
north and adjunct to Frolatch.

--Name and ect. on the 'ice bridges' between the islands and isles.
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