Comic TEoR: Shady Indeed

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Chaos Sepher

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#1

Hoo boy, I think they are gonna need a viable explanation or distraction for this tall handsome water dragon fellow, but how... wait what's that sound?

Mayte: Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine Mine MINE!

(PS still miss the Mayte emotes)
 

MrAMP

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#2
You know, for somebody, that's pretty smart, he probably didn't think this out well enough to avoid any suspicion. But, to be fair, I do understand why he did it given that, prior to said artifacts, he only had Mayte to show for his endeavors.
Also, is that gentleman behind Ron similar to Mayte? I thought all the males were extinct.
 
#4
Also, is that gentleman behind Ron similar to Mayte? I thought all the males were extinct.
Ok, water dragons are divided in two families. Actual dragons (2 ams, 2 legs and 2 wings) and serpents (2 arms and 4 fins).

Serpents are divided in several species. Among them lake serpents, sea serpent and abyssal serpents.

Contamanea poisoned the rivers and lakes of Firesands to cut the supply of fresh water. The lake serpents were VERY susceptible to this damage and most of them were wiped out to the point where they are almost extinct. Mayte is the only young living one enough to be fertile.

The guy over here is an abyssal serpent. Marine serpents were pretty much unaffected by the poison.
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So, could this be a major political incident where Jane gets involved? *fingers crossed*
Gee... i wonder. XD
 

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Ok, water dragons are divided in two families. Actual dragons (2 ams, 2 legs and 2 wings) and serpents (2 arms and 4 fins).

Serpents are divided in several species. Among them lake serpents, sea serpent and abyssal serpents.

Contamanea poisoned the rivers and lakes of Firesands to cut the supply of fresh water. The lake serpents were VERY susceptible to this damage and most of them were wiped out to the point where they are almost extinct. Mayte is the only young living one enough to be fertile.

The guy over here is an abyssal serpent. Marine serpents were pretty much unaffected by the poison.
Okay, so in that case then, Mayte probably couldn't bring back her species with this guy since he's a abyssal serpent, correct?
 
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Okay, so in that case then, Mayte probably couldn't bring back her species with this guy since he's a abyssal serpent, correct?
All depend if they are real different species or just sub-species of the serpent species. Maybe they can make fertile childrens leading to hybrid speciation. Or maybe the genetic difference between the three serpent species are smaller that we think. Asiatic people are statistically more vulnerable to Alcohol flush reaction due to a common gene among their genetic pool but they can easily have children with caucasian that doesn't have this genetic coding. Maybe lake serpents were just more vulnerable to poison because they breed with other lake serpents making really hard to receive the genes resistant to poison that the abyssal serpent have.

Ça reste de la spéculation.

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