“Homo sapiens. What an inventive, invincible species. It’s only a few million years since they crawled up out of the mud and learned to walk. Puny, defenceless bipeds. They’ve survived flood, famine and plague. They’ve survived cosmic wars and holocausts. And now, here they are, out among the stars, waiting to begin a new life. Ready to outsit eternity. They’re indomitable. Indomitable.”

Doctor Who: Season 12.

fantastically-opulent-bipeds asked:

hey, I was just wondering if you knew the name of this jeanmarco fic? Marco is a librarian, and Jean is an actor who comes to the town Marco works in to do research for a part. also eren and armin are married and armin is in a wheelchair. I was just wondering if you knew the name for it?

that sounds like whoopsidaisies but i’m not sure, because i think i’ve only read three or four chapters of that one and it was last year. it’s definitely a notting hill sort of set up. 


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The People of Revecroir

Adephagians are an exceptionally docile species of humanoids bred and developed for maximum yield of succulent, fatty meats, as well as other edible products. Adephagian adventurers and explorers are quite rare, as the compulsion to stay motionless and gorge endlessly has been psionically imprinted into their minds– but they make for excellent livestock and donsair.

Aladri are bipedal long-eared fey folk who stalk and protect the wildlands wherever they can be found. They can be quite fierce, but some say it’s only to ensure the survival of the things they love.

Arka are bipedal beast-people created in HYPOTHESIS laboratories from other bipeds. They can have virtually any combination of physical traits, and are quite hardy in the wilds.

Arquesse are monstrous, hulking mutant arka with qualities more bestial than humanoid– the lycanthropic end result of the arka mutagenic process. Many of them willingly serve HYPOTHESIS as agents of various types, while others stalk the wild places in search of unwitting prey to cut their teeth on.

Daedlans are leupai-humanoid hybrids artificially created in laboratories through a special process. Although daedlans do not produce their own eggs and only rarely possess a weak venom, their bodies are better for incubating and hatching leupai than any other creature. When full of eggs, their bodies regenerate with incredible speed.

Fyynlings are blubbery, tendril-bound chunks of living leupai flesh that superficially resemble and move about like slimes with scrabbling claws. Fyynlings are capable of merging with any creature capable of accumulating fat– frequently combining with one another into larger fyynlings, or attacking humanoids to blend with them into hulking, hybridized fyynling horrors.

Helenes are a special type of daedlan; essentially agender half-leupai “cubi”. They use innate magics to shape and distort their targets’ bodies to their own liking, and produce a curious sort of milk laced with miratoxin– both addictive and predictably fattening. Some particularly powerful helenes can fatten creatures up simply by meeting their gaze.

Iicarn are elite, winged daedlans found only in high-security HYPOTHESIS and SRO areas. They guard Nefirian’s most integral secrets and projects, and legend has it that the prime Administre creates them with jeir own hand…

Leupai are a kingdom of fat, rubbery, parasitic monsters that most frequently resemble eared reptiles, but come in a near-infinite variety of forms. Reveric leupai are fae, while Styxi leupai are more akin to demons– both plant and hatch their eggs in the bellies of other creatures, and produce venom capable of mutating victims into new leupai.

Mythosi are a species of dragon native to the Reveric planes, said to be distant relatives of an ancient civilization. Although they boast all of the raw power of other dragons, their signature ability is their dream-touched magical breath, capable of transforming creatures in a wide variety of different ways!

Post-humans are a species of bipedal sapient creature with flat faces and rounded ears. They are a relatively frequent discovery throughout time and space, as they tend to get themselves into all sorts of trouble and mess about with everything. That’s what makes them so endearing.

Slimes are gelatinous creatures that naturally absorb liquids, making humid and moderately wet biomes excellent places for the creatures to expand near-indefinitely. Slimes reproduce by forcefeeding themselves to other creatures, where they rapidly expand and multiply within them whenever the victim drinks. Creatures whose bodies take on an excessive number of parasitic slimes eventually convert into slimes, themselves.

Somnians are true leupai/humanoid hybrids, created by slow, careful exposure to diluted leupai venom– somnus– over an extended period of time. Somnians superficially resemble very fat humans or aladri, but their pillowy frames conceal monstrous power.

We all love a good story. We all love a tantalizing mystery. We all love the underdog pressing onward against seemingly insurmountable odds. We all, in one form or another, are trying to make sense of the world around us. And all of these elements lie at the core of modern physics. The story is among the grandest – the unfolding of the entire universe; the mystery is among the toughest – finding out how the cosmos came to be; the odds are among the most daunting – bipeds, newly arrived by cosmic time scales trying to reveal the secrets of the ages; and the quest is among the deepest – the search for fundamental laws to explain all we see and beyond, from the tiniest particles to the most distant galaxies.
—  Brian Greene, The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory

catflowerqueen asked:

Hero turns into something bipedal (like riolu), and then gets mad about it because they're already used to being a biped, and what's the point of turning into a pokemon if you don't get any new, interesting experiences out of it, huh? Why couldn't they have turned into a quadraped instead?!


anonymous asked:

But is it in the front as part of the human portion, or in the back like a spider? And what's gestation like, since spiders lay eggs (or carry eggs in some cases) and mammals come out more or less developed enough to function. Are they going to have the spider backsides or be even more like a biped (with potential additional arms) hybrid?

Good Question! 

Female Spiders contain an organ called the “ Gonopore “, its only purpose is for laying eggs. Since Arachne share the fovea and abdomen with a Spider we can assume that they do have the ability to lay eggs.

Since Arachne have somewhat of a human body they also have all of a persons organs excluding anything that involves legs, meaning they do have human genitalia. That being said they have two lungs, two stomachs, two hearts, etc etc. the dual lungs is mentioned in this picture. Arachne most likely use the Spider organs as a Primary way with the Human organs as secondary.

I’m not sure which ovaries would be used in mating (because they have two), most likely the children conceived would be born with the anatomy identical to the mother.