for the second part of this project we need an air god, but meanwhile ... we need to turn the desert into ocean soon ... this world does not have an ocean yet
only water dispersed in several places -_-"
"Hmm? Correct me if I am mistaken, young one, but I am quite sure that this new world has an ocean. I do not see the need to turn this land into, for even desert can add to the great medley that is life. Of course, that is just my opinion. Perhaps my peers disagree with this vision."
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Null (blackink) - Create Particle Voids near Dwarf Planet: 17
By Null's eldritch will, pockets of sheer nothing - anomalous enough to confound even the most gifted of species - open up between the dwarf planet and its three suns. These shields inhibit the solar winds from blasting the planetoid's surface with the intensity they once.
Hinst (agenttine) - Send more life to the poles: 4
Hinst continues driving life to the northern and southern extremes. Unfortunately, this recent batch is unable to survive amidst the chilling temperatures and fierce competition.
Ka'kmaa (QuantumCrab) - Create Seas in Deserts: 15
With a few waves of his claws, Ka'kmaa whips up a deluge onto terrestrial lowlands. While the lack of an earth god's assistance renders submerging the continents' desert portions futile, the sheer volume of water is enough to create small inland seas. These waters become home to strains of oceanic life that have adapted quickly in response to the harsh sunlight and low salinity of their new environments, dwelling mostly at the bottom.
However, the majority of these seas will not last long without wind currents being redirected to provide a steady stream of rain clouds.
Gabrielus (GabrielGG) - Send meteors to Dwarf Planet: 2
Controlled explosions generated by Gabrielus drive asteroids careening from the outer reaches of the solar system, their target being the dwarf planet. However, their trajectories do not result in impacts; instead, they settle into lazy orbits around the larger mass.
G-Class Star: This yellow dwarf is the largest and most influential body in the system, and is located at its center. It forms a trinary system with its fellow two stars.
K-Class Star: This orange dwarf forms a trinary system with its kin.
M-Class Star: This red dwarf is the smallest participant in the trinary star system.
Dwarf Planet: This small, rocky sphere has no atmosphere due to the constant barrage of solar winds in the past. However, divine intervention now partially shields this world's surface. It currently has a few asteroids orbiting it.
Terrestrial Planet: The "main planet" has an oxygenated atmosphere, and its seas are home to simple multicellular life. Its continents are a down-facing semicircle slightly to the north, its former other half to the south, a north-opening "crescent" hosting a caldera with a giant crystal (created by an earth god), and a lung-like pair of continents due south of the semicircles. There is also a small landmass that formed the eastern part of a continent before it split into the semicircles, and now drifts toward the crescent-shaped one. The planet's northern icecap has enormous, yet thin stumps of ice, and the southern one has shorter, but thicker spikes.
Post by TheGraveKnight on Nov 10, 2017 7:13:20 GMT
The Eternal One groggily reawakens and notices Null's work. It lets out another eldritch sigh and hopes Null isn't doing what he did last time he interacted with the universe.
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Meph perks up from the comet he has been lounging on for the last few milenia.
"To let life bloom, in desert's glare, is truly a worthy cause. So I shall direct the ever changing winds, to carry clouds; clouds filled with rains and promises. These clouds that weep over the oceans, are wasted rain; as water falls to water, no life can bloom. So in the desert they can be used better, where lakes will fill and life will thrive."
Action Try to weave new wind patterns in order to redirect rain clouds that would usually rain off on the oceans to the desert-lakes.