There are a couple words like this that I apparently make stuff up for. While we're at it, I always read Amethyst as "Am-mee-thist" but I think it's supposed to be "Am-muh-thist"
Apparently "slaow" is also acceptable in this context.
Where did you get Slug from Golden, haha!
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- Sat Feb 06, 2021 2:37 pm
- Forum: WolfQuest Screenshots & Videos
- Topic: The WQ Gamer: Then and Now Replies: 1
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I put this on the Discord a while ago, but just remembered it again now. FYI the "base" of the meme came from that Reddit username in the image.
- Fri Jan 08, 2021 5:12 pm
- Forum: Tips, Hints, and Help
- Topic: Good computers for WolfQuest Replies: 2
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Do you have a budget or spending limit in mind swimmerLn4? That might help us give you some more specific suggestions! And were you set on a laptop or desktop?
- Fri Jan 08, 2021 5:04 pm
- Forum: General WolfQuest Discussion
- Topic: New things found in AE's files (Spoilers) Replies: 12
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The whip crack is kind of neat. I don't recall 2.5's cattle ranch having that sound effect--just panicked moos, dog barks, and then a gunshot if you didn't exit the pasture in time.
Thanks for the corrections GoldenBeauty, I was not aware of that issue in Germany! Although I still disagree to an extent about the Yellowstone wolf on the other post (at least until more concrete evidence is presented that it is a product of a recent cross), I appreciate the perspective here in th...
Hey AleuAleta, I'm going to answer this from a theoretical standpoint and only about modern wolfdogs: as in domestic dogs crossing with modern-day gray wolves, rather than the common ancestor(s) of today's dogs and wolves. In general, no matter the locale or population/subspecies involved, wolfdogs...
- Wed Jul 15, 2020 3:07 pm
- Forum: General Wolf Discussion
- Topic: Update on Dire wolf taxonomy Replies: 2
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Long time no read, La Striata. Thanks for sharing. My interest in this comes from the molecular side, as I work with environmental DNA (eDNA) routinely. Some of its challenges are shared with those of ancient DNA. Although I have never encountered an inhibitor as challenging as tar! I was intereste...
Yeah. The K locus has the DNA/genetic code for creating the Beta-defensin 103 protein. This defensin protein has a "side role" in influencing pigmentation because it binds to another protein--a melanocortin receptor--that is found in melanocyte cells. Melanocytes are special cells in mammalian skin...
How come the KK gene in wolves produces sick pups or is even lethal? Hey GoldenBeauty, In real-life grey wolves, the KK genotype does not automatically produce sick pups or cause lethality in utero (in the womb). At least, I still cannot find direct evidence or statements for either of those things...
That sounds equally frustrating! I was bored one evening and found a YouTube series by False Swipe Gaming about "How good was [insert Pokemon here] ACTUALLY?". Covered popular pokemon and how their stats/moves/sprites changed over the games, with respect to competitive play. Poor Typhlosion, taking...