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Encountering the Ya'blaun By Mukat -- Report

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Far from the eyes of many, down in the abyssal depths of Felarya's oceans, lurks one of the most fearsome of that world's sea-faring monsters. Meaning "The Devouring One" in the ancient Sagol tongue, the Ya'blaun (pronounced YAH-blah-oon) is a titanic deep-sea mermaid native of the chasms and canyons of the deep ocean. These enormous predators lurk around ocean vents, feeding on the sea life that congregates around them. It would be best if they remained there...

However, these giants sometimes rise up within the waters, encountering the machines of humanoid races traversing the underwater terrain. These giants will quickly lunge after submarines, gripping them within their many arms and squirming tentacles, swallowing them whole with mouths and throats that open to terrifying diameters. Once inside their stomach, there is no escape, as their acids break down through flesh and bone and steel alike.

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ChaoskampfNunc

Posted by ChaoskampfNunc 4 years ago Report

Submarines are designed to keep liquids outside, unfortunately that means once the acid gets INSIDE they're not getting back out. Sorry crew members

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luvidicus

Posted by luvidicus 4 years ago Report

That's not quite true. Submarines DO take in water in order to sink beneath the waves. Older submarines did this by pumping water into specific tanks to shift the weight of the submarine...but by the same token, they also have pumps and ballast systems to vacate and regulate the amount of water.

Most submarines also have emergency pump systems to flush out any water that begins to flood into combat compartments...but explosive decompression tends to be the greatest killer of submarines; when the outer hull plating fails and the entire vessel is crushed by the water pressure.

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ChaoskampfNunc

Posted by ChaoskampfNunc 4 years ago Report

It was just a joke. I don't need an essay on the mechanics of submarines, especially since I already know how they work

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luvidicus

Posted by luvidicus 4 years ago Report

My apologies, I'm too used to people not having the faintest idea of what they're talking about on the internet ^^;

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ChaoskampfNunc

Posted by ChaoskampfNunc 4 years ago Report

It's fine

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tails11

Posted by tails11 4 years ago Report

Your writing and art get better with each instance, Mukat. Impressive scale refs (between the submarine and Ya'blaun) and backgrounds.

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Mukat

Posted by Mukat 4 years ago Report

Thank you! I really worked hard on trying to convey a mood here. ^^

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deej1011

Posted by deej1011 4 years ago Report

This is very cute, and sounds really neat ^^

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Mukat

Posted by Mukat 4 years ago Report

Cute, perhaps, but I wouldn't want to run into one of these mermaids!

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CGR-7

Posted by CGR-7 4 years ago Report

That's rather impressive that her body can handle and adjust to the tremendous changes in water pressure.

Nice coloring and shading, Mukat. =)

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Mukat

Posted by Mukat 4 years ago Report

There's a bit of magic involved, I'm sure, but who knows how they survive? I've not really delved very deep into their anatomy. At least, not yet... :P

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