CCSF 2012 Day 10: Activities Updates

With the final installment of the daily comic yesterday, never fear! The last post of each day will still be clear, so no one needs to check back endlessly after a certain time. Today's final word of the day comes as an update about the CCSF 2012 Activities. Most of the deadlines end tonight! Although there have not been an enormous number of entries, all entries will be made available for the following activities, with several voting polls to come:
  • Caption Contest (2 Entries)
  • Shee Design Contest (3 Entries)
  • Space Travel Contest (2 Entries)
  • Writing Prompt Challenge (1 Entry)
Still working on an entry? Please be sure to finish up as soon as possible! Thanks to everyone who has participated so far: It's been wonderful to see so much activity! Be prepared to view the entries very soon!

CCSF 2012 Day 10: Forest Feral Run

Submitted by Kitty Tikara for C3/DS

Enjoy adding some Norns and Grendels from a feral run to your world! Included in the download are the following:

CFE Norns (Five from Generations 17-20)
Maraquan Grendels (Two from Generations 8-10)

Download the Forest Feral Creatures (465 KB RAR File)

From Kitty Tikara: "The Norns are your basic CFE Norns, but they are just beginning to get some color mutations. The Grendels are the lovely Maraquan Grendels, which don't really fit a theme. They had color mutations from the start, which is cheating but they do look nice. Plus they are probably the lowest generation, because they don't breed that well."

CCSF 2012 Day 10: Colortrue Norns

Created by Ylukyun for C3/DS (Norn Breed)

If the Colortrue Ettins and Grendels weren't a big enough hint, the last species is now available: The Colortrue Norns! Now you can enjoy mixing colors with some of your favorite Norn breeds.

Download the Colortrue Norns (14 KB RAR File)

From Ylukyun: "These Norns are inspired by the Spice Norns and based on CFE no mutate Chichi Norns. They have pigment genes moved around, making their colors mix instead of being inherited. The pigment genes do not mutate, as this causes issues with loss of color over time, but you should be able to get a wide variety of colors without mutation. People are welcome to use these files as a base for creating new color varieties."

IMPORTANT: The Bondi Norn variety requires the Bondi Norn sprites to be viewed correctly. This download does not include any breed installers, nor sprites. Colortrue Norns should not be mixed with other breeds, as the offspring may be sliders or die. Muco will autokill when first injecting the agents and extracting the genome: For best results, hatch a Harlequin Colortrue Norn first before hatching any other color varieties.

CCSF 2012 Day 10: The Dark Forest

Written by Jessica as Part of the Shee Journey Series

Even with a few new additions, I could hardly rest assured that everything was well. There was no sign of any communication from home, and it seemed like we would be lost in space. Yet apart from the anxiety of not knowing where we were, I almost felt a rush of excitement. This exploration had turned into more than a dull journey, and I was becoming a different sort of Shee. Not too different, though: My tea still tasted delicious, and I could never kick the habit of sipping it throughout the day. Short range radar showed us that there was a world not too far from where we had escaped from the black hole, and I had set the navigation controls to take us there. What appeared outside the window was a strange picture, though, and I wondered if it was actually a planet at all. I scrunched my face in confusion.

The oddly oblong object below was certainly made of substance, though it seemed exceptionally strange. I pointed it out to the Norns, Grendels, and Ettins, for we had let them out of the cage room. It was supposed to be temporary, but my assistants enjoyed their company. I kept a close eye on the Grendels, who seemed to have some aggressive moments, though they were careful to stay in check when I was around. That serious stare came in handy. For the time being, though, I had to leave them while I made another voyage to the surface. The exploratory vessel was actually rather comfortable, and had not malfunctioned the day before. I felt I could trust it.

After I zipped through the atmosphere, this world appeared to be a gigantic forest, with scarcely an opening to reach the ground. I searched for a long time, simply trying to find a way to penetrate the thick layer of leaves and branches. The vessel quickly darted into a clearing through its auto-pilot feature, though it moved a little too erratically. It was plotting something... All of a sudden, it came to a dead halt in a very dark spot of the forest. Something was out there. Many somethings, in fact. Only the glow of the vessel's interior lights could be seen. Something leaped against the window at the same moment that the vessel captured something else...

From Jessica: "Welcome to the tenth day of the CCSF! Can anyone believe how quickly the festival is flying by? Today's theme is that of a forest, where virtually anything could be hiding beneath the shadows of the giant trees. Will the Shee bring back a critter or two? Or perhaps we'll see some Norns, Grendels, or Ettins? Or maybe the oblong shape indicates a formerly disc-shaped world... It all will become clear as the day progresses on!"
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