Baby-squid

I finally finished my plush reborn Hunter from the Childhood’s Beginning ending of Bloodborne, affectionately called “baby squid” because it doesn’t have a specific name in canon other than the vague “infant Great One”.

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Please enjoy these baby squid being born.

official ranking of every octopus emoji on emojipedia

An honest face, a friendly wave. A reassuring presence in the sea. Only six legs though. 9/10

Ha ha, look at this guy! This octopus is a silly one, and fun to be around. Nice colour, nice expressive eyes, nice waviness of tentacles. Still only six of them. 9/10 

Google octopus is here to party and lets everyone know it! But judging from their eyes, inside maybe they’re wondering if they’re getting a bit old for this kind of life, if there’s anything more fulfilling out there. Six legs. 8/10

Small and happy to see you. A friend to sit on your shoulder. Six legs. 7/10

Definitely an octopus, despite being short on legs. Looks like it was worshipped in ancient times. 7/10

Eight legs! But they’re weirdly rigid. A smile that is at first endearing, until you realize there is no emotion beneath it. 6/10

This appears to be a baby squid, not an octopus. Far too few legs. Still clearly of the sea. 5/10

Technically an octopus only because it has eight legs. Their relationship to the head is wrong. It seems to be trying to convince you it’s not an octopus by walking on two legs, arranging two like arms, and trying to hide the others. Untrustworthy. 4/10

Too few legs, and how they attach to the head is unclear - they could also be the mandibles of a space alien. The gaze of a True Neutral. 3/10

Four legs, which are short and not tentacles. A failure. 2/10


This is a hat. A hat you would put on a child on a winters day, and take a cute picture of, yes, but still a hat and not an octopus. 1/10.

A misshapen, asymmetrical devil noot-nooting at you from the depths of hell. Should be destroyed. 0/10

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The guys from Macroscopic Solutions came to take a video of our Hawaiian bobtail squid (Euprymna scolopes) with their Macropod.