Hi, squeakyraffe! Domestic raptor chickens stand about 28-32 inches tall (approx. 71-82 cm), and average market weight is 12-18 lbs (approx 5.5-8 kg), so a little larger than a Langshan chicken. Wild ones are much smaller, at a height of 16-20 inches (approx. 40.5-51 cm) and weighing 6-8 lbs. (approx 3-3.5 kg) on average.
It’s been a little bit since I posted a preview here! This week you’ll see a couple of new critters in the PoL world, these raptor chickens (for lack of a better term) among them. Their tails in particular are pretty tasty, so maybe I’ll post my world famous roast rapticken(?) tail recipe one day~
Hey, PoLsters! Sorry for such short notice, but we’re in the process of doing some site finegaling in hopes of finally wiping out those pesky 403 errors some of you have been getting, so the site will be down for a wee bit. If you need your fix in the meantime, the entire PoL archive is on my Weasyl account. Thanks for your patience and sorry for any inconvenience.
Kedamono and Gaur, the awesome superbeasts from Pride of Life. Hope you like it, AsterionBlazing!
Kedamono and Gaur (c) AsterionBlazing
Look at Kedamono’s little bulldog tooth :’D
Look at Gaur, so stoic, so beefy :”D
You bet I like it! Thank you, Kensuke!
It depends. If a person becomes a superbeast through ‘natural’ means, those means typically come with their own checks so people can’t abuse them (The World Tree, for example, can only produce a maximum of two fruits at a time, and does not produce new fruit until the person that ate its previous fruit dies). Assuming the best conditions and that all natural means are accessible, there is a max number that can be created in this way.
Superbeasts created by Myods are a bit different. Without giving too much away, of the ones that can create superbeasts, they can technically do so throughout their lifetime, provided certain conditions are met. The process is exhaustive for everyone involved, though, so you definitely won’t see one making a superbeast assembly line of him-/herself.
I can’t answer about the number in the world with certainly, but on the continent where the story is currently taking place, there are at least seven (named) superbeasts.
That’s it for now. Until next time, beastly reader persons!
Just kicking off a new sketchbook with some gestures of our monkey friend from earlier in the episode. Since his eyes are covered 99% of the time, he conveys his feelings mostly via body language. Not being able to use facial expressions with him as much will be a challenge for me, but as they say, chimpin’ ain’t easy! *is slapped*
I am also looking forward to seeing Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Ha ha, I missed PoL’s 10-year anniversary by nearly a month. WHOOPS.
Since I obviously have nothing special planned, let’s take a look at PoL through the years: HTML 1.0 site, shonen manga roots and all~
Hi, Anon! I’m really glad you’ve been enjoying the comic for so long, and it’s definitely something I’ll try to see through to the very end. I’ll do my best to keep taking the art to new heights!
Hi, squeakyraffe! The Lapinese are strictly plants only, but I imagine minotaurs could probably sneak in an egg or two if they were really hurting for some protein. Apart from the Panterans, who are the only true carnivores, all other races are omnivorous to varying degrees. For instance, avians can do meat, fish, nuts/seeds and soft fruits, but you probably won’t catch one eating leafy greens unless they don’t mind some tummy trouble.
Hey, anon! Only the ones lacking guidance enjoy thievery, but they all tend to gravitate toward shinies to varying degrees, though rarely to the point of compulsion. They seem to like highly-polished metal items the most.