Post by Hatzegopteryx on Feb 16, 2014 13:04:11 GMT
It is midnight, the full moon at the top of the North American skies. The dark-blueish skies shine with the constellations on them, and the forests are pitch black, covered under the shadows. Nothing much is heard other than nocturnal insects and their sounds, and the sounds of a small creek in the distance. But this truth changes after a ground-cracking stomp is heard from a hundred of metres away. The sound is followed by a growl that becomes louder, and then fades back into the silence. More step sounds are heard, as a beast walks through a dark forest. It can barely be seen, with only its shining white eyes being seen and a bit of its silhouette. Orion, a true giant, walks through the forest. He doers a last step, and looks at the constellations. After looking at the for some seconds, he heads off to the North direction, and finds what he was looking for: A river. He didn't drink any water in a while. He starts drinking, and as he does this, he sees a lonely Tenontosaurus tiletti sleeping not too far away. After drinking enough water, he walks forward by a couple metres, and roar, not too loudly, but loud enough to wake the herbivore up. The herbiuvore is confused, and can't see anything in the darkness. Orion, however, can see things perfectly. Orion charges the blinded herbivore, using his own heavy head to hit the defenseless herbivore. The far smaller Tenontosaurus tiletti gets knocked to the ground, with a very blunt injury and a broken rib. The forest that was silent, now sounds like the ultimate dinosaur carnage. The sounds cause many other animals to wake up in horror, this is a common event, and many of them lost their relatives to this nocturnal creature. It is very big, but no-one seems to know who it is...
With the sounds echoing across the landscape, waking the surrounding animals. A few hundred metres away is the edge of a forest where a large number of dinosaurs reside. Out of the darkness a snout pierces through the leaves in the undergrowth which is followed by a large skull. A smaller beast emerges from the forest. A sub adult Acrocanthosaurus called Odin watches from the distance. Odin is much smaller than Orion and doesn't feel the need to approach. He continues to star for more than 35 minutes. By that time the Ornithopod is dead and Orion feasts on the revenged carcass. Its guts have been spilled and rib cage opened. The neck is hanging by a thread and lacerations go all the way down from the head to the front area of the tail and that is just to kill the dinosaur. By the hour Orion has eaten his fill and walks off with blood and flesh dripping and slowly slipping off his face. His foot steps shake the ground as they walk off and as he slips into a clearing behind some trees. Odin walks un-eagerly and slowly towards the carcass. He grabs the now very light weight carcass remains and lifts them and quickly but silently scurries back to the place where he watched and through that with the wreaked carcass in his jaws. As he enters the cover of the forest he heads to the centre. This centre marks as the centre of his territory. Its a clearing about 150 metres across in a dense forest with low lying foliage and over the past 3 years parts of skeletons lay around as his previous kills. He drops his kill in front of a large rock which has had a previous Tenontosaurus carcass on this spot and several pieces of Tenontosaurus from other ones lay around the spot. He lifts his skull and looks around if anything saw him and feasts on what Orion left. After the meal Odin has eaten his fill leaving barely anything left apart from a hind limb that hasn't been touched. After his meal he crouches down on the ground and rests but remains awake. He opens his eyes for a second as he sees the first bits of the sun pass through the small and few holes in the tree leaves.
Post by Hatzegopteryx on Feb 16, 2014 20:00:57 GMT
Hours have passed like they were minutes. Orion enters into a deep, dense and dark forest, with the tree tops blocking any sunlight. This is Orion's territory, where it is night all the time. He goes to small area, without vegetation on the ground, and rests under the complete darkness of the trees. He doesn't sleep, but clears his blood-covered jaws with his tongue, while maintaining his eyes static. It is the morning now, and Orion doesn't sleep at this time, only rests while listening to the few sounds that can be heard in that location. He wouldn't go out at this time, since the sunlight would bother him, as he hasn't been under the light for years.
Post by Hatzegopteryx on Sept 26, 2014 15:51:05 GMT
Both of us lost interest in this, and I do not have any motivation to talk to the owner of this forum at all. This forum isn't even that big, and there has only been one post in a couple months. The owner is the only staff member here, and he hasn't done anything in the forum for months (not counting logging in), so I don't even think there is any reason to try reviving this.
Post by Hatzegopteryx on Sept 28, 2014 1:07:52 GMT
The owner doesn't care about this forum anymore, just go ahead and make a thread for it. You'll need more than just motivation to get anyone to post on it, though, seeing as this forum is clearly dead.
Hatzegopteryx: That's not even the beginning, the whole forum is disturbingly lethargic.
Jun 14, 2014 15:49:29 GMT
Spinosaurus Maroccanus: I'm quite surprised how no one has touched the Argentina 97ma thread
Jun 14, 2014 15:20:28 GMT
Hatzegopteryx: This forum needs some serious attention; I'll be at it for a moment, unless I get other tasks that do not allow me to do so.
Jun 6, 2014 19:13:55 GMT
Hatzegopteryx: It's a genetic fallacy. It's basically an argument that intends to discredit the opponent's position by asserting the opponent's failure to act consistently in accordance with that position.
May 26, 2014 20:47:51 GMT