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Gravenis knytrium

TheGraveKnight's species.

  • Mutations:
    • Flagellum (5; Round 1)
    • Predatory Pilus (4; Round 4)
      • Remove Pilus (4; Round 17)
    • Toxin Vacuole (6; Round 5) - Excellent roll resulted in the ability to inject toxin through pilus.
    • Mitochondria (4; Round 6)
    • Cold Resistance (4; Round 8)
    • Signal Agents (4; Round 9)
    • Anaerobic Respiration (1; Round 11) - Poor roll resulted in reduced glycolysis efficiency.
    • Anaerobic Respiration Fix (5; Round 12)
    • Binding Agents (5; Round 13)
      • Stronger Binding Agents (5; Round 19)
    • Circumstantial Pilus Loss (4; Round 15)
    • Cell Specialization (4; Round 20)

Gabrielus gabrielus

GabrielGG's species.

  • Mutations:
    • Cilia (5; Round 2)
    • Toxins (5; Round 4)
    • Lysosomes (5; Round 5)
    • Photoreceptor (4; Round 6)
    • Cold Resistance (6; Round 7) - Excellent roll resulted in UV radiation resistance alongside resistance to freezing. However, the latter resistance has been lost through genetic drift.
    • Signal Agents (4; Round 8)
    • Binding Agents (6; Round 9) - Excellent roll resulted in rudimentary vascular tubes similar to those of Draconia antecedere.
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (4; Round 10)
    • Mitochondria (1; Round 11) - Poor roll resulted in lethal aversion to oxygen, meaning extinction if not removed by the end of the tectonic collapse event.
    • Mitochondria (6; Round 12) - Excellent roll resulted in recovery from above condition.
    • Acid Resistance (6; Round 12) - Excellent roll resulted in low pressure tolerance in addition to acid resistance.
    • Chemical Digestion Cells (6; Round 13) - Excellent roll resulted in functioning digestive cavity that also employs nutrient distribution to outer cells.
    • Mechanical Digestion Cells (1; Round 13) - Poor roll resulted in rigid cell arrangement preventing items from entering the above cavity.
    • Mechanical Digestion Cells (5; Round 14)
    • Mobility Cells (5; Round 14)
    • Defensive Form of "Tooth" Cells (6; Round 15) - Excellent roll resulted in shell armor.
    • Mobility Muscle Cells (6; Round 15) - Excellent roll turned comb jelly-like plates into tentacles.
    • Mouth-Like Apparatus (1; Round 16) - Poor roll resulted in return of cavity blockage.
      • Fix Mouth (1; Round 17) - Poor roll resulted in total blockage of digestive cavity.
      • Repurpose Blockage (5; Round 20) - Created two tracts; one for digestion, the other for respiratory activity.
    • Bone Cells (4; Round 16)
    • Ocellus (5; Round 17)
    • Gills (5; Round 18)
    • Brain (6; Round 20) - Excellent roll provided a network of nervous cells in addition to a brain.

Draconia encryptica

Immortal_Dragon's species. Formerly named Thrivum encryptica, when it was not so genetically distant from Thrivum Proteus.

  • Mutations:
    • Pseudopodia (4; Round 1)
    • Lysosomes (5; Round 2)
    • Increased Size (5; Round 4)
    • Mitochondria (5; Round 5)
    • Cold Resistance (1; Round 7) - Poor roll resulted in increased vulnerability to cold.
    • Fix Cold Vulnerability (5; Round 8)
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (5; Round 9)
    • Anaerobic Respiration (4; Round 11)
    • Acidity Resistance (4; Round 11)
    • Signal Agents (6; Round 12) - Excellent roll resulted in increased cell coordination.
    • Binding Agents (4; Round 15)
    • Photoreceptor (5; Round 15)
    • Toxin Resistance (6; Round 16) - Excellent roll resulted in ability to use other cells' toxins when the antidote is compatible.
    • Vacuoles (4; Round 16)
    • Cell Specialization (4; Round 17)
    • Chemoreceptors (6; Round 18) - Excellent roll resulted in nervous cells that allow collected information to be used by the whole colony.
    • Skin Cells (4; Round 19)
    • Two-End Tract (5; Round 19)
    • UV Resistance (5; Round 20)
    • Circulatory Cells (4; Round 20)

Dynamicus respire

evolution4weak's species.

  • Mutations:
    • Mitochondria (4; Round 1)
    • Chloroplasts (4; Round 3)
    • Cilia (4; Round 3)
      • Improved Cilia (1; Round 13) - Poor roll resulted in stunted cilia.
      • Fix Cilia (6; Round 15) - Excellent roll resulted in improved cilia.
      • Improved Cilia (6; Round 16) - Excellent roll resulted in single cells having more efficient cilia, and colonies having mobility flaps.
    • Photoreceptor (4; Round 4)
      • Better Photoreceptor (5; Round 13)
    • Cold Resistance (6; Round 6) - Excellent roll resulted in low pressure tolerance, in addition to resistance to freezing.
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (5; Round 7)
    • UV Resistance (5. Round 8)
    • Phototropic Dormancy (4; Round 9)
    • Signal Agents (4; Round 10)
    • Low Salinity Tolerance (1; Round 11) - Poor roll meant that D. respire could only survive in the saline Western Sea.
    • Low Salinity Tolerance (4; Round 12)
    • Binding Agent (4; Round 15)
    • Camouflage (4; Round 15)
    • Ocellus (5; Round 17)
    • Vacuole (6; Round 18) - Excellent roll resulted in swim bladder for colonies.
    • Cell Specialization (1; Round 18) - Poor roll resulted in colonies not forming in the first place.
      • Fix Colony (4; Round 18)

Agentus non-failus

aagenttine's species.

  • Mutations:
    • Cilia (4; Round 1)
      • Improved Cilia (6; Round 5) - Excellent roll made cell faster and more efficient than expected.
    • Mitochondria (1; Round 2) - Poor roll resulted in its digestion vesicles becoming less effective.
    • Lysosomes (6; Round 5) - Excellent roll led to some ATP production in lysosomes.
    • Signal Agent (5; Round 6)
    • Chemoreceptors (6; Round 11) - Excellent roll resulted in ability to mask own chemical signature.
    • Waste Pump (4; Round 12)
    • Toxins (5; Round 13)
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (6; Round 15) - Excellent roll resulted in ability to transmit nutrients alongside genetic material between cells.
    • Cell Colonies (6; Round 16) - Excellent roll not only allowed production of bonding agent, but also creation of rudimentary vascular tubes.
    • Cell Specialization (6; Round 16) - Excellent roll resulted in first instances of specialization; a vaguely mouth/esophagus-like passage, and particularly lysosome-heavy cells at the center to digest the captured food.
    • Muscle Cells (6; Round 17) - Excellent roll resulted in both mobility and jaw muscles.
    • Mineral Nervous System (5; Round 17) - Uses zinc for intercellular communication.
    • Anti-HGT Immune System (6; Round 18) - Excellent roll resulted in basic circulatory passages to allow the new immune cells to move.
    • Pursuit Fins (6; Round 19) - Excellent roll resulted in fins equally suited to ambushing and pursuing prey.
    • Venomous Teeth (6; Round 20) - Excellent roll resulted in the toxin-derived venom having a thick consistency, making it more effective on escaped prey.

Caeruleus photos (EX)

Skyguy98's species. Went extinct due to population stagnation combined with tectonic collapse event.

  • Mutations:
    • Chloroplasts (5)
    • Spikes (5; Round 2)
    • Mitochondria (4; Round 4)
    • Cold Resistance (6; Round 7) - Excellent roll resulted in desiccation resistance alongside resistance to freezing.
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (1; Round 8) - Poor roll resulted in population stagnation.
    • Anaerobic Respiration (1; Round 11) - Poor roll resulted in reduced glycolysis efficiency.

Specium fractium

soundwave's species, and the last direct descendant of T. proteus before the latter went extinct.

  • Mutations:
    • Mitochondria (5, Round 3)
    • Flagellum (6; Round 5) - Excellent roll resulted in very effective flagellum.
    • Chloroplasts (5; Round 6)
    • Acidity Resistance (6; Round 11) - Excellent roll resulted in low salinity tolerance.
    • Horizontal Gene Transfer (6; Round 13) - Excellent roll resulted in lysosomes to carry out this process.
    • Signal Agents (5; Round 14) - From D. respire.
    • Vacuole (4; Round 16)
    • Signal Agents (1; Round 18) - Poor roll cancelled out by below excellent roll.
      • Signal Agents (4; Round 19)
    • Bonding Agents (6; Round 18) - Excellent roll cancelled out above poor roll.
    • Increased Size (6; Round 20) - Excellent roll resulted in central tract.
    • Binding Agents (6; Round 20) - Excellent roll resulted in rudimentary vascular tubes.

Draconia failicus (EX)

Bigyihsuan's species, which branched off of Draconia encryptica (Thrivum encryptica at the time). Went extinct due to inability to adapt to deep sea pressures.

  • Mutations:
    • Pseudopodia, Lysosomes (Inherited)
    • Mitochondria (5, Round 3)
    • Airsac (1; Round 4) - Poor roll resulted in a dense vacuole forcing it down to the deep sea.
    • Deep Sea Membrane (1; Round 5) - Poor roll resulted in weakened membrane.

Gravenis sparkus

shiny's species, which branched off of Gravenis knytrium.

  • Mutations:
    • Flagellum (inherited)
    • Toxins (1; Round 5) - Poor roll resulted in self-poisoning.
    • Antitoxin (4; Round 6)
    • Horizontal Gene Transfer (4; Round 9)
    • Photoreceptor (6; Round 10) - From D. camelopard.
    • Chloroplasts (4; Round 11) - From D. respire.
    • Signal Agents (6; Round 12) - Excellent roll resulted in increased cell coordination.
    • Acidity Resistance (5; Round 12) - From S. fractum.
    • Toxins (4; Round 14)
    • Mitochondria (6; Round 14) - From D. antecedere.
    • Predatory Pilus (1; Round 15) - Poor roll resulted in inability to engulf prey.
      • Fix Cytoskeleton (6; Round 16) - Excellent roll not only fixed above impairment, but resulted in the requested pilus.
    • Digestion (6; Round 17) - Excellent roll resulted in functioning digestive tract and cavity, as well as lysosomes.
    • Binding Agent (5; Round 17) - From A. non-failus.
    • Schooling/Swarming (4; Round 19)
      • Improved Swarming (6; Round 20) - Excellent roll resulted in nervous cell network to support group activity.
    • Cell Specialization (5; Round 20)

Dynamicus camelopard

Lanky Giraffe's species, which branched off of Dynamicus respire.

  • Mutations:
    • Mitochondria, Chloroplasts, Cilia (Inherited)
    • Photoreceptor (5; Round 5)
    • Signal Agents (5; Round 6)
    • UV Resistance (4; Round 9)
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (6; Round 10) - Excellent roll meant non-genetic materials could also be shared between cells of this species.
    • Acidity Resistance (1; Round 11) - Poor roll resulted in increased vulnerability to the acidic waters.
    • Acidity Resistance (6; Round 12) - Excellent roll resulted in low salinity tolerance in addition to resistance to acidic waters.
    • UV Resistance (4; Round 12)
    • Low Salinity Tolerance (1; Round 14) - Poor roll meant that D. camelopard could only survive in the saline Western Sea.
    • Low Salinity Tolerance (5; Round 15)
    • Binding Agents (4; Round 15)
    • Gravitropism (1; Round 16) - Poor roll disabled cell specialization in general.
    • Larger Colonies (4; Round 17) - Resulted in issues sustaining such large colonies.
    • Chloroplast Relocation (6; Round 18) - Excellent roll resulted in a dorsal fin that works like a leaf.
      • More “Leaf” Cells (6; Round 19) - Excellent roll resulted in leaf-fins providing mobility.
    • Gravitropism (4; Round 18)
    • Tail Muscle Cells (4; Round 19)
    • Gills (4; Round 20)

Draconia antecedere

RoboTranic's species, which branched off of Draconia encryptica.

  • Mutations:
    • Pseudopodia, Lysosomes (Inherited)
    • Mitochondria (5; Round 4)
    • Horizontal Gene Transfer (5; Round 5)
    • Vacuoles (5; Round 6)
    • Cilia (5, Round 6) - From Agentus non-failus.
    • Anti-Freezing Agent (5; Round 7)
    • Binding Agents (6; Round 8) - Excellent roll resulted in primitive vascular tubes made of binding agent between cells.
      • Stronger Binding Agents (6; Round 9) - Excellent roll resulted in tubes doing more to maintain the now-permanent colonies (such as to pump out waste).
    • Cold Resistance (6; Round 11) - From D. showa.
    • "Singular Phase"-Only Pilus (1; Round 12) - Poor roll resulted in inability to consume prey over half these cells' size.
    • Reattempt Pilus (1; Round 14) - Poor roll resulted in pseudopods becoming unusable.
    • UV Resistance (6; Round 14) - From D. showa.
    • Remove Cytoskeletal Malformation (6; Round 15) - Excellent roll resulted in Caeruleus photos-like serrations that don't get in the way of colony formation, but work fine for killing prey.
    • Circumstantial Organelle Loss (4; Round 16)
    • Muscle Cells (1; Round 17) - Poor roll resulted in below fins being useless.
    • Fin-Like Appendages (6; Round 17) - From D. australis.
    • Spinal Cord (4; Round 18) - From D. showa.
    • True Spine (5; Round 19)
    • Mouth (5; Round 20)

Dynamicus showa

hirohito's species, which branched off of Dynamicus respire.

  • Mutations:
    • Mitochondria, Chloroplasts, Cilia (Inherited)
    • Signal Agent (6; Round 6) - Excellent roll resulted in advanced movement coordination between cells.
    • Horizontal Gene Transfer (4; Round 8)
    • Move North (4; Round 9)
    • Binding Agents (6; Round 10) - Excellent roll resulted in communal membrane that offered some protection from the acidic water.
    • Cold Resistance (6; Round 11) - Excellent roll resulted in UV radiation resistance along with resistance to freezing.
    • Acidity Resistance (4; Round 11)
    • Larger Colonies (4; Round 12) - Resulted in issues sustaining such large colonies.
    • Mouth-Like Apparatus (1; Round 13) - Poor roll resulted in communal membrane rigidity, forcing reliance on external nutrient diffusion.
    • Mouth-Like Apparatus (5; Round 15)
    • Ocellus (5; Round 15)
    • Spinal Cord (5; Round 16)
    • Acidic Toxin (4; Round 18)
    • Basic Muscle System (4; Round 19)
    • Parasitism (1; Round 20) - Poor roll resulted in tumor outbreak among this species.

Dynamicus failicus

Bigyihsuan's second species, which branched off of Dynamicus camelopard.

  • Mutations:
    • Mitochondria, Chloroplasts, Cilia, Photoreceptor (Inherited)
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (5; Round 8)
    • Signal Agents (6; Round 9) - Excellent roll resulted in increased cell coordination.
      • Improved Signal Agents (5; Round 14)
    • Chemotrophism (6; Round 11) - Excellent roll resulted in "chemoplasts" also providing acid resistance protein.
    • Binding Agents (1; Round 13) - Poor roll resulted in an agent that clogs membrane proteins that release signal agents.
    • Binding Agents (4; Round 15) - Replaced the above clogging agent.
    • Cell Specialization (5; Round 16)
    • Low-Pressure Tolerance (6; Round 17) - Excellent roll resulted in a swim bladder alongside low-pressure tolerance. However, the tolerance itself exposed this species to UV radiation.
    • Skeletal System (4: Round 17)
    • UV Tolerance (6; Round 18) - Excellent roll resulted in ocellus.
    • Cell Specialization (1; Round 18) - Poor roll nullified previous specializations.
    • Specialization (5; Round 19)
    • Muscle Cells (4; Round 19)
    • Airsac (6; Round 20) - Excellent roll resulted in already-evolved swimming bladder being able to be replenished with surface air (with watertight pores), as well as additional use as an oxygen reserve.

Draconia australis

Formerly a southern relative of Draconia antecedere that retained its cold resistance, aviscerator took control of this species when he joined the game.

  • Mutations:
    • Pseudopods, Lysosomes, Mitochondria, Horizontal Gene Transfer, Vacuoles, Cilia, Anti-Freezing Agent (Inherited)
    • Lose Cold Resistance (4; Round 12)
    • Binding Agents (4; Round 13)
    • Signal Agents (4; Round 13) - from G. sparkus.
    • Fin-Like Appendages (6; Round 14) - Excellent roll resulted in muscle cells to control these fins.
    • Chemoreceptor (6; Round 14) - From A. non-failus.
    • Mechanical Digestion Cells (5; Round 15)
    • Vertical Gene Transfer (4; Round 15) - From D. failicus.
    • Skin Cells (6; Round 16) - Excellent roll resulted in fat cells to accompany skin cells.
    • Eye Cells (1; Round 16) - Poor roll resulted in an ocellus that does not transmit information, making it a waste of energy.
      • Fix Eyes (6; Round 17) - Excellent roll resulted in nerve cells to allow ocellus to function.
    • Digestive Tract (1; Round 17) - Poor roll resulted in frontal dismemberment spikes becoming malformed.
    • Circulatory System (5; Round 18)
    • Fix Digestion (6; Round 19) - Excellent roll resulted in spikes becoming proper teeth.
    • Digestive Tract (5; Round 20)

Dynamicus vitalis

vitagum's species, which branched off from Dynamicus respire.

  • Mutations:
    • Mitochondria, Chloroplasts, Mobility Flaps, Vertical Gene Transfer, Low Pressure Tolerance, UV Resistance, Phototropic Dormancy, Signal Agents, Binding Agent, Camouflage, Ocellus (Inherited)
    • Stomach (5; Round 17) - Unusable due to lack of passage to exterior.
    • Primitive Esophagus (4; Round 18)
    • Waste System (4; Round 19)
    • Eye (6; Round 20) - Excellent roll resulted in brain to provide processing power.

Gabrielus nocturna

blackink's species, which branched off from Gabrielus gabrielus.

  • Mutations:
    • Toxins, Lysosomes, UV Resistance, Signal Agents, Binding Agents, Primitive Tubes, Vertical Gene Transfer, Mitochondria, Acid Resistance + Low Pressure Tolerance, Chemical Digestion Cells, Mechanical Digestion Cells, Shell plates, Mobility Tentacles, Malformed mouth cavity, Bone Cells, Ocellus (Inherited)
    • Thermoreceptors to replace photoreceptors (1; Round 17) - Poor roll resulted in loss of photoreceptors, but no other change.
    • Fix Mouth (6; Round 18) - Excellent roll resulted in simple jaws.
    • Fix and Repurpose Photoreceptors (4; Round 18)
    • Nervous Cells (5; Round 19)
    • Elongate for Mobility (6; Round 19) - Excellent roll resulted in muscle cells lining the lengthened body.