Information about the fauna of Myranor, written as a journal of a natural scientist and big game hunter. Die Texte des Buches verbinden ein Reisetagebuch mit naturkundliche Abhandlungen. Google Translation In the steamy jungle, in the endless steppe, in the icy mountains, land and sea in the strange and dangerous monsters lurk Myran on unsuspecting travelers. The Codex is a Monstrorum Myran Travels of a big game hunter and naturalist, and contains descriptions of more than fifty extraordinary creatures from all habitats of the continent Myranor of mind-altering Phrenosphorenkaktus to fiery Lavawesen.
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Creature for Codex Monstrorum 22 5 1K 1 Today. Published: Apr 27, Image is copyright , Ulisses-Spiele and used with permission. Image size. See More by MichaelJaecks.
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Already a deviant? Log In. Dingern von dem I used Google Translate to read your question because I only speak English. I'm not sure how Ulisses-Spiele wrote about the creature and what the function of the "gizmos" are, but I think they are probably eyes or antennae.
For Codex Monstrorum, many of the monsters Ulisses-Spiele asked me to design with no written description. They wrote the story after the design was made. It was an interesting and enjoyable process of working. Thanks for your question! Oh, I'm sorry. I just assumed everyone who works for Ulisses is German.
I should have checked. Thanks for the quick answer. No problem! My family name is German anyway; I think a lot of people make the same association. Now that we're speaking in English, did my answer make any sense? Google Translate does a fair job, but it's not perfect. Your answer fit the question quite nicely, don't worry about that. Google translate apparently managed to preserve the message although I fear the humour I tried to put in it was lost on the way.
Das Schwarze Auge: Codex Monstrorum: Myranor (Ulisses). Myranisches Quellenbuch
Creature for Codex Monstrorum
Das Schwarze Auge: Codex Monstrorum : Myranor (Ulisses). Myranisches Quellenbuch
Codex Monstrorum creature