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MocOlympics Round 1 - Water . . This is my entry for the 2011 MocOlympics, subject water. This is a half-fish, a mechanically enhanced creature from the water planet of Ĥoria. Designed by the native sapient species (the Urólla), they are half fish and half sea vehicle Anatomy The half-fish's epidermal cells are coated in a pigmented cell wall, resembling cells of a plant; to enhance the durability of these cells, the cell wall is reinforced with a steel inner membrane, creating an effective form of armor. Because the skull is mainly hollowed out to form a cockpit, the brain (along with other organs) is in the abdomen. The half-fish lack a digestive system, and consume fuel in a similar fashion to cars and other vehicles, through a hole on their sides. The fuel consumed by half-fish consists of a protein rich soup, which can be absorbed directly by the vehicle, and does not require digestion. Functionality There are many different models of half-fish, each model designed to do some task. Most models serve the purpose of easy transport (like the one I have depicted here), others have been adapted for war, where a great diversity of half-fish is seen, but typically war models have very large jaws. A typical half-fish can swim up to 80 M.P.H, and can usually turn 45 degrees in 1.5 seconds. Look, the Urólla emerges!


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