Coleopton

Coleopton

Posted on: Jul 28, 2022
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Creatures originally infested by silverfish for an uncountable amount of time, the first of which who were freed by said silverfish could finally enter a metamorphosis-like stage inhibited by their occupiers and come back into their majestic state, and eventually successfully tried to liberate other Sacchirineans from their nightmare. They can occupy any biome, have excellent flight and eyesight, and could easily communicate with various species due to observing their social patterns, which can also display their near-human intelligence. They can also make distinct-sounding buzzes that state what it feels, and are very easy to differentiate. Befriending one would be a rewarding experience as their intelligence also allows them to learn how to use weapons and armor, and can learn to carry one or two chests, making it an amazing travel companion. Saving a Coleopton from staying as a Sacchirinean will be a very rewarding experience.
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Coleopton

Posted on: Jul 28, 2022
About 1 year ago
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Creatures originally infested by silverfish for an uncountable amount of time, the first of which who were freed by said silverfish could finally enter a metamorphosis-like stage inhibited by their occupiers and come back into their majestic state, and eventually successfully tried to liberate other Sacchirineans from their nightmare. They can occupy any biome, have excellent flight and eyesight, and could easily communicate with various species due to observing their social patterns, which can also display their near-human intelligence. They can also make distinct-sounding buzzes that state what it feels, and are very easy to differentiate. Befriending one would be a rewarding experience as their intelligence also allows them to learn how to use weapons and armor, and can learn to carry one or two chests, making it an amazing travel companion. Saving a Coleopton from staying as a Sacchirinean will be a very rewarding experience.
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A moth/butterfly race following the same principles would be Lepidoptereans, which would allow for some interesting and colourful skins
That's two new ideas. Thank you mate.
Although, the skin looks more like a moth than a beetle, so I may change that.
A moth/butterfly race following the same principles would be Lepidoptereans, which would allow for some interesting and colourful skins
Yup, I got the name Sacchirinean from that. I've felt like naming animal-related skins after actual scientific animal names just for fun.
Although, the skin looks more like a moth than a beetle, so I may change that.
Coleoptera is the insect order that beetles belong to (superorder Endopterygota), silverfish belong to Zygentoma. Among the latter, Lepisma saccharinum is one exceedingly common species globally, which is where I'm guessing FishMan got the name from
Yup, I got the name Sacchirinean from that. I've felt like naming animal-related skins after actual scientific animal names just for fun.
Coleoptera is the insect order that beetles belong to (superorder Endopterygota), silverfish belong to Zygentoma. Among the latter, Lepisma saccharinum is one exceedingly common species globally, which is where I'm guessing FishMan got the name from
Lots of ideas may never reach Mojang. It may not be a pleasant reality, but it's a reality regardless.
To be more precise, the Coleopton and subsequently the Sacchirinean aren't exactly silverfish, but victims of silverfish. But they do suck.
Another great design for a great concept, really good colour blending from the greys to the white. As an invertebrate hobbyist I also get where the name originates, nice job
Thank you man. I had a ball with this one, believe me. These The texturing on this one, I am especially proud of. I felt like grabbing a beetle's name instead of a moth because I felt like Coleopton can match the name of a Sacchirinean.
Another great design for a great concept, really good colour blending from the greys to the white. As an invertebrate hobbyist I also get where the name originates, nice job