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Speaking about crawlers that have wings, I just saw an emerald wasp lay its eggs on the head of a cockroach! :o, the cockroach try to crawl away but the wasp pin its head down.

So how about a parasitic crawler that lays it eggs on its host?
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Oh dang!good idea and rather than only 'head' how if any body part?
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Haha you actually saw that happening?! For the parasitic crawler I don't think it would be that complex, but it would certainly be more complex than taking a parasitic swimmer and replacing it's flagelocytes with myocytes. Great idea tho.
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Yeah, it was thrilling to watch! :lol: . It will look cooler if the wasp implant the egg on the host's myocyte so it will look like the prey is struggling (even better using smart crawler by Tragmatis that will run away). But that will be kinda inefficient though because the prey will exhaust its energy and the wasp's egg wouldnt have siphoned enough mass.

Learning crawler would be next in my to do list I think ;)
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Crawlers and parasites don't go well together becuase when a Glueocyte creates an adhesin, the Neurocyte will stop oscillating: no more movement.
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Oooh so thats what the option of neurocyte is used for?. But why does the option exist though?, like cant you just use the other signal functions or something?.
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The amount of substance it needs to produce for oscillation varies depending on how many cells are connected to it and how the overall size of the organism. The option is there because your organism's Neurocyte might connected to two cells, or three, etc.. When you use the Oscillation preset box, it sets the values for the four channels. I'm not sure what your last quesion means.
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Oooh ok the values matters too. Then you can disregard the second question because it answered it
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bwisialo wrote:Yes, I have a smart biped. What exactly do you want to do?
A 2D biped :lol: wouldn't it be more of a two armed? Because biped is walking upright on two legs.....
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