Species

Many species and creatures inhabit the Cloudy Cuckoo Cosmos, many of them rather distinct from those on Earth.

Derantu species

Scalago: A species uniquely found from two different planets, where on one they built kingdoms and on the other they’re seen as hippie hicks. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Mintop species

Crawber: A carefree crab species that is often considered clumsy. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi, “Tough as Blades”

Floggle: A small-bodied species with long appendages. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi, “Tough as Blades”

Kasdde: Short species with green skin and a round shell around their torsos. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi

Phial: A long-gone bird species with a penchant for war. Appears in: Slubes

Shiffle: A species with an acute sexual dimorphism wherein the males are completely covered in hair and the females have no hair. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi

Slube: A simple cleeple from Mintop, big in eye, yellow in skin, and legless in tail. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi

Smarmel: A tan creature with a humped back and eyes ever-closed. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi, “Tough as Blades”

Spiest: Ghostly creatures with a penchant for pranks. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi

Stroo: Tall, flightless bird, often rather plump and known for a sedentary lifestyle. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi, “Tough as Blades”

Thyvae: A heirarchical, patriarchal cucumber with spaghetti noodle appendages. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi, “Tough as Blades”

Verk’lon: Scaly species that comes in a variety of colors. Once had strange ancient customs. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi

Wild Animals of Mintop: Information on the various wild animals that can be found on the planet Mintop.

Zhop species

Arkent: Small, squishy creatures with a tough shell. Their tentacles have a strong grip. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Cappipoto: Huge-bellied, huge-snouted, huge-furred, huge creatures from Zhop. Two cultures, an older traditionalist one and a newer business-oriented one. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Dankom: Silly pranksters or malicious hoodlums depending on where they live. Some say they’re former demons. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes, April Fool’s 2018

Kudeso: A fast, small bird species from Zhop adept at flying with a daredevil reputation. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Nervist: A large, long-living bird with a nasty reputation, though this mostly stems from the most well-known ones. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Rackye: A scraggly, thin-furred species with a rough, selfish reputation that’s not entirely undeserved. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes, April Fool’s 2018

Scalago: A species uniquely found from two different planets, where on one they built kingdoms and on the other they’re seen as hippie hicks. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Schalindra: Monsters living in the worst parts of New Zhopolis. Horrific, gross, rude, and dangerous. Or so they say. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Sharl: A rodent species with a brightly-colored shell, they are mostly used in servant or lowly employee positions.

Snowble: A snow-based species. Many of them are in positions of power, and they hold many secrets and look down on other species as to be used. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Wild Animals: Information on the various wild animals that can be found on the planet Zhop.

Wrallot: A species from the forests of Zhop that lives in small, very community-minded villages. Appears in: Wandering Fortunes

Other species

Help Block: Robotic blocks produced to assist people in various ways, often employed in offices or as servants that can store information and connect to the internet.

Spleech: Small, gray, tentacled creatures whose planet was conquered by The Conqueror ages ago. Appears in: Slubes, Darmenzi

Leave a comment

2 Comments

  1. New Species Profile: Wrallot | Duth Olec's Cuckoo Cosmos
  2. This month’s new profile is… a rerun?? How about just some end-of-year plans instead? | Duth Olec's Cuckoo Cosmos

Make like a tree and leave... a reply!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: