Species Kinda close to the outer edges of a galaxy, there is a smallish, cool dwarf star. Orbiting it is a fairly large rocky planet with a moon, with millions of tiny moons orbiting to it closer. These tiny moons are weird, but we'll discuss that another time. It's got oceans, kinda the same color as its atmosphere. Normal for a lot of planets.Species
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What's interesting is its terrain. It is heavily modified and colored by all kinds of organisms. Obviously, a lot of it is a greenish hue. Colored by simple photosynthetic creatures. Another creature is influencing this terra a lot faster that the green things. They modify it with materials pulled up from it and also some material from the green creatures.
These interesting creatures are big, loud, soft blobs of... flesh. They're bipedal, and have tentacles that end in little mini tentacles, for grasping. Their skin is very oily and stinky and frequently have gnarly fluids spewing out of it, and occasionally ou
Is Darkness That Bad?What is darkness anyway?Is Darkness That Bad?
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When darkness is mentioned, people think of rather negative things associated with darkness. Demons, blindness, evil, suffering, illness, lies, and so on and so forth. The list goes on. Media describes antagonistic personalities as "dark". Many evil things are also said to hide in the dark; demons, Bogeyman, spiders, creepers, endermen, Eddie Murphy in between movies... The list goes on.
Another list is one that is overlooked by most of society; The positive things associated with darkness.
Chinese and many other cultures associate black or darkness with birth, rather than death. Your mother's womb was warm, quiet, tranquil, and peaceful, as well as dark. The same can be said about that old Pokemon blanket you still use since your childhood. Speaking of childhood, you may use a nightlight in order to sleep because it scares away
Eddie Murphy the bogeyman from trying to get you from under your bed, though just enough to where the room is still g