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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Raine on Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:36 am

When two people of different, totally unrelated species have a baby, what happens? Say, a crow and a cat fall in love and have a child. What species is the baby? A crow? A cat? A cat/crow hybrid? Also, if the child is born without a beak but the crow is the mother and laid an egg with the child in it, how does the child get out of the egg? Or, can they even have a child?


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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  artguy on Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:34 pm

are most native Americans in FE wolves or coyotes, was the nazi's "master" race german shepherd and/or husky and is the political party symbols for the US main party an elephant and an donkey and do elephants and donkeys get discriminated against if there not in there "own" party and/or when voting season comes around
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  TachisAlopex on Sun Jul 07, 2013 3:47 pm

Are there any neko in the FE universe?
if so, is it a very rare occurance that just "happens" or is it more of a genetic disorder where body fur just doesn't grow?
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Post  Ellen-Natalie on Tue Jul 09, 2013 5:51 pm

When two people of different, totally unrelated species have a baby, what happens? Say, a crow and a cat fall in love and have a child. What species is the baby? A crow? A cat? A cat/crow hybrid? Also, if the child is born without a beak but the crow is the mother and laid an egg with the child in it, how does the child get out of the egg? Or, can they even have a child?

While the child would have recessive and dominate genes of both parents, only the dominant genes will be visable. But this doesn't meant the child won't pass on recessive genes to their own offspring. For example, if the crow and cat have a child who appears as a cat, it's possible for her to have a crow baby as her own if she mates with someone who also as recessive genes.

Interspecies pregnancies are possible, but risk of medical complications increase when the reproductive systems conflict with each other-such as between avians, who produce eggs, and mammals, who give birth to live young. This is why it's very important for interspecies couples to consultant a medical professional before trying to get pregnant, and have frequent visits to a doctor during the pregnancy, to monitor the child's and mother's health.

How the child is born is usually dependent on the mother's species, but at birth both mammal and avian doctors are usually present to offer assistance.

Are most native Americans in FE wolves or coyotes, was the nazi's "master" race german shepherd and/or husky and is the political party symbols for the US main party an elephant and an donkey and do elephants and donkeys get discriminated against if there not in there "own" party and/or when voting season comes around

Thousands of tribes once filled the american continent, among them a variety of wolves, coyotes, deer, rabbits and many species. Sadly, many of these tribes died out as the number of settlers from the European continents grew. The most famously known species of native americans are Mountain Lions and Buffalo, mostly because of their appearance in old western stories and movies.

The majority of the Nazi party was made up of German Shepards, but most German Shepards today are not affiliated with that organization. There are some minority groups in the United States who protest canines are the Master Race, a superior species destined to lead and dominate other "herds" of "lesser species." However, these groups lost a lot of their popularity during the rise of equality movements and when Superdog comics portrayed the CCC as idiotic villians.

Elephant and Donkey symbols are used as polictical party symbols. But both species have just as much risk of being teased for being members in "their" party as they do not being members. It's better to just not discuss politics in casual conversation.



Are there any neko in the FE universe?
if so, is it a very rare occurance that just "happens" or is it more of a genetic disorder where body fur just doesn't grow?

"Neko" is a bizarre fashion trend for young girls in Japan, who are trying to emulate the glamorous appearances of hairless species who live in tropical environments. It usually involves bleaching face and body fur to appear like skin, wear bright colored clothing with large accessories, dying their tail and headfur in unnatural colors. The end result is very unusual, and nothing like hairless species who live in the tropics.


What species were:

Eric the Red
Robin Hood
King Arthur
Merlin the Magician
King Edward Longshanks, and his brother, King John
Julius Cesar
Columbus
Pocahontas & John Smith

Historians don't know the species of all historically famous characters, but there are a few widely accepted theories:

Eric the Red is famously depicted as a stag in the artwork of that era, but whether it was his actual species is never confirmed.

Pocahontas and John Smith are historically known as a bobcat and a wolf.

Columbus has been confirmed of rodent decent, but it is still under debate whether he was a mouse or a rat.

Artwork of Julius Caesar portrays him as a lion, but historians debate if that was his actual species or artistic interpretation.

In their original literature, King Arthur was a bear and Merlin a raven. However, some modern retellings of these stories portray Merlin as an owl.

King Edward and King John are usually famously known as lions, due to artwork of the time-but there is much debate if that was their true species, or copying the Roman's portrayal of leaders.

And everyone knows Robin hood is a fox.

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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  The J.A.M. on Tue Jul 09, 2013 10:11 pm

Thanks.

Though I made a mistake. King John's brother was King RICHARD. Edward Longshanks was one of their grandsons. After King John, Henry III stepped up, then Longshanks.

Hmmm....a lion with very long legs? (shank = leg)
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  TachisAlopex on Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:10 am

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Above is the chart for blood types for donors/recipient in case a blood transfusion for us in this universe.  For animals in our universe, they also have their own blood types.  Felines have A, B, or AB blood types, Equines: A, C, D, K, P, Q, T, and U, Bovines: A, B, C, F, J, L, M, S, and Z, and Canines have DEA1.1+ xor DEA1.2+, DEA1.1- or DEA1.2-, DEA3, DEA4, DEA5, DEA6, DEA7, or DEA8.
Source:Wikipedia

My question is, for the FE universe, does everyone have similar bloodtypes, or is it species specific?
If it is species specific, is there a very large demand for blood doners (/organ doners) from each species?
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Sat Jul 13, 2013 6:57 pm

Hmmm....a lion with very long legs? (shank = leg)

That's one of the arguments some historians have that he wasn't a lion, but a different species.

My question is, for the FE universe, does everyone have similar bloodtypes, or is it species specific?
If it is species specific, is there a very large demand for blood doners (/organ doners) from each species?

Different species do have different blood types, if you need blood it has to come from another of your species. This makes donating blood very important for the medical facilities-there are several campaigns to encourage donating in the country, explaining how this life-saving service benefits everyone. However, despite the efforts to promote awareness, there are not nearly enough volunteers donating.

Interbreeding over several generations has recently revealed a new blood type which can be shared between multiple species.This new blood is commonly referred to as type 'OS', and is highly desirable among medical facilities for donations.
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Latrans on Mon Jul 29, 2013 12:27 am

New question go!

Are there racially sensitive topics and/or actions? For example, in our world using "blackface" was once considered completely acceptable, even the norm. However today it is considered a very derogatory act. And, yes, this question was rooted in this image from your FurAffinity gallery.
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Mr. Cardinal on Mon Jul 29, 2013 9:22 pm

Are different species more predominant in other parts of the world? What are the most common animals in say, Africa or Asia?
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Tue Jul 30, 2013 3:22 pm

Latrans wrote:New question go!

Are there racially sensitive topics and/or actions?

Here is a short list of thinks you should never do/say:

Assume a canine loves bones.

Ask a feline why their pupils aren't slits.

Say 'Clop-Clop!' to a hooved mammal when you want them to hurry.

Describe a reptile as 'cold-blooded.'

Wash your hands immediately after interacting with a rodent 'to get rid of germs.'

Call another avian 'fowl' if you are not also avian.

Mr. Cardinal wrote:Are different species more predominant in other parts of the world? What are the most common animals in say, Africa or Asia?

Many species can find their origins in a specific country or continent. For example, almost all marsupials can trace their ancestry back to Australia. Africa is famous for its' large populations of jungle and savannah species, such as giraffes, zebras, hyenas, primates, and lions-but they are also home to thousands of other species. Africa also has yielded the oldest archeological evidence of upright mammals, contributing to the theory that anthrokind as we know it today began on this continent.

Every continent seems to feature their own variety of domestic species living modern lives-felines, canines, rodents, reptiles, hoofed mammals and avians all trying to get by in today's world. However, while some species are in smaller number, like Tigers and Pandas, centuries of their history and culture can be found in the Asian continent.
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Mr. Cardinal on Wed Jul 31, 2013 4:35 pm

Ask a feline why their pupils aren't slits.

So err... why aren't they? scratch
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  artguy on Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:36 am

so is there vegans in FE?
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Thu Aug 01, 2013 2:01 pm

Mr. Cardinal wrote:
Ask a feline why their pupils aren't slits.

So err... why aren't they? scratch

Slit pupils are an evolutionary trait for primarily nocturnal species, able to open as wide as possible in the dark but close to a narrow slit to protect the eyes in the daytime. While many feline species have nocturnal ancestors, there have also been feline ancestors who were diurnal, active during the daytime. Species such as lions, cheetahs, and jaguars are known for having round pupils instead of slits. The idea that all felines have slitted pupils is stereotype, and completely false.

(Vegan response coming soon, Artguy!)
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Latrans on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:56 am

So I got to thinking... what are some of the major superhero characters that inhabit stories within FE? I should imagine calling yourself "Robin" or "Wolverine" would be akin to us having superheros named "Latino" or "Asian".
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Post  Pikachao on Sun Aug 04, 2013 1:43 pm

Latrans wrote:So I got to thinking... what are some of the major superhero characters that inhabit stories within FE? I should imagine calling yourself "Robin" or "Wolverine" would be akin to us having superheros named "Latino" or "Asian".

well, considering we have superheroes like "Apache Chief" and "Black Lightning" it might not be too out of place.
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Post  Mr. Cardinal on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:51 pm

Are young bucks subject to lots of "getting horny?" jokes when they first begin to grow horns? Does that mean the same thing to deer as it does to us? It is considered sensual for a doe to stroke a stag's antlers? Are bucks with larger horns considered more "masculine?"

Do the different species need special kinds of pants, dresses, and undergarments to fit their tails through? What about hats and ears?
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Post  The J.A.M. on Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:42 pm

Did the mammoth, the baluchitherium, and the smilodon exist in this universe?
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Re: Random FE Universe Questions!

Post  Ellen-Natalie on Mon Aug 05, 2013 12:41 am

artguy wrote:so is there vegans in FE?

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Post  The J.A.M. on Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:51 am

I thought deer were normally vegetarian...
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Post  Mr Ed on Mon Aug 05, 2013 10:40 pm

When I first saw her I immediately thought 'cat'; then I wondered if she was our Cat's mom. Smile 

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Post  Ellen-Natalie on Mon Aug 05, 2013 10:42 pm

The J.A.M. wrote:I thought deer were normally vegetarian...

There's not meat in protein jerky Wink
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Post  The J.A.M. on Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:07 am

Concerning Cat's figure drawing class....

Would species with intricate fur patterns, like tigers, leopards, jaguars, cheetahs, spotted hyenas be used in the advanced levels?


And would the model still be naked? Very Happy
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Post  Mr Ed on Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:00 pm

LOL! It would be interesting to see Cat's reaction to a nude, human model. :-)

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Post  Latrans on Tue Aug 06, 2013 9:57 pm

I hear there's a whole porn industry in Japan based on nude humans...Shocked
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Post  Ellen-Natalie on Wed Aug 07, 2013 12:59 am

The J.A.M. wrote:Concerning Cat's figure drawing class....

Would species with intricate fur patterns, like tigers, leopards, jaguars, cheetahs, spotted hyenas be used in the advanced levels?


And would the model still be naked? Very Happy



And yes, in Cat's class the models are nude.
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