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Yet another picture by the gods! I put a little more effort in with this one (minus the grass and weird building things in the back ground bleh!) I think this came out quite well :3

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This is a race of highly advanced cybernetic aliens called the Tzun'Ool [two-in-oo-al], who induce both mechanical and biological enhancements. Nearly every creature, both male and female look different due to uniquely built bodies which mix and change over the years of ageing. Despite their almost robotic bodies, they do still age, although very slowly. Some can live for thousands of years, swapping and changing new parts to help sustain the remaining biological elements of their body, whilst most chose death after a long and tiresome life. To most, death is the gift and reward of living a full life, some who have not accomplished their life's needs, continue to live till it is done.These guys also share the planet with the Dulsaloar, the Yl'dymau and the By living along side other hostile creatures, their enhanced bodies allow them to endure the harsh temperatures of the desert which covers most land mass. Out of pride and as a sort of 'coming of age' they venture into this desert and capture the largest/most aggressive creature they can find to ride as their beast. The Tzun'Ool in the picture is quite important and heavily augmented (also a sign of wealth) has impressively managed to catch a Bamowan - which are the most aggressive 'ridable' animals you can find.

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This is awesome, I feel inspired now

Grenyol responds:

I'm happy to hear, and thanks! :)

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Jul 18, 2013
6:34 PM EDT
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