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I present to you one of my latest creatures: Greed. On the left side of the picture you see a healthy Greed, unable to absorb any more nutrients but storing them inside of its body anyway. As a consequence, it is a normal occurrence for Greed to have misshapen body, deformed by the amount of undigested food stored within. Some of the little green fellas might even be alive in there.

Whenever Greed receives any damage, some of the nutrients are absorbed immediately and used to heal the wound, giving it great regenerative ability as long as its belly has any food in it.

Other creatures often get confused about Greed and won't see it as an enemy but rather as a source of food: instead of attacking it they would rather rub against it in hope to get some of the nutrients inside. Ironically, that usually means they are chewed to pieces and added to the Greed's food storage. However, sometimes a small creature makes its way inside while remaining alive, occupying one of the two stomachs (pic on the right). That creature then has an opportunity to feed on whatever Greed can't absorb and grow within like a parasite. Because of above-mentioned confused reaction, parasite creature will not attack Greed even if it grows some combat parts. That relationship, however, doesn't need to be parasitical: as the inner creature grows through the Greed's body, its combat parts can stick outwards and later used against enemies, giving Greed additional protection.


Very interesting creature you have there! There seems to be one glaring issue, though: Its core is quite unprotected, and even though most species will fit into its stomachs just fine, having an Advena with its spikes stuck in there would be rather risky, no?

Seems that this creature (nicknamed by myself as Gluttony, akin to your creature's name) here has found a solution: Not only has it reduced its stomach count to 1, but it's also decked out with stunning-type eaters (presumably to attract more nutrients and neutralize enemy weapons) and inward-pointing claws (perhaps a primitive form of digestion for emergencies?). These creatures sure can produce the most interesting of results when left to their own devices...*

* Creature did not actually evolve into this form through natural means. This creature is made by yours truly. Credit goes to you for the idea and concept behind Greed.

Very unique! in the pic on the right i wish i was that little Buginis creature because... Friendship