Thursday, December 30, 2010

The Dawn Of Jeshi's Age

Meet Kono Sekai Ni Wa's next queen! This is Jeshi, one of 5 children of Irmburg. Jeshi seems quite normal in every way physiologically with no defects, limps or organ failures. Her genes are a mix of creatures full of edits norn and Zebra norn. Jeshi arrived, at the age of 44 minutes old, in the world quite excited to be there displaying a bright smile and imediately upon arriving in the norn home  began playing with all of the fun looking toys around her! Her very first toy to play with in this world was the little C1 robot with the wheel.

In fact, Jeshi's favorite things are the toys. After playing with the jack-in-the-box she moved on to the gold fish bowl for a while. She spent quite some time playing with all of the toys scattered throughout the treehouse home that some norn had thoughtfully removed from the elevator. Jeshi still hasn't grown out of her inner child and loves playing with the toys to this day.

Other norns are never far away and the first to meet Jeshi, and the first of her new family Jeshi gets to meet, is the first norn to stumble upon her, Cashiew. Cashiew is now quite a handsome adult and seems to have girls on his mind. The first time he see's Jeshi he stops in his tracks and can't help but stare, because he finds her very beautiful. Cashiew stood there staring at jeshi with "look norn" on his mind for quite some time while Jeshi rested after playing with all of those toys. Cashiew was very polite though, and didn't attempt to do anything to Jeshi that she might not like, he just let her rest.

After a moment, Cashiew decided he too would like to rest, and settled down right by Jeshi. It looked adorable the two side by side, or maybe front to side? Cashiew hadn't expressed the need for sleep or rest, or being tired, so when he layed down by Jeshi and stayed there for as long as she did it was very sweet.

After a nice long rest, a few other norns come to see what Jeshi and Cashiew are doing. They too find the new Jeshi, but are indifferent at her arrival, as if she'd been here all along. Aruvuin finds himself fascinated with the new honeypot that I dropped in the norn home. Sometimes I like to drop a few treats here and there just to break up the lack of variety of food in the terrarium. Aruvuin did nothing but stand there very eagerly staring at the honeypot. He would stand for several seconds, then stare at it from the other side for several seconds. It is as if he could not figure out exactly what it was or what to do with it.. or maybe it was just really neat looking!
Jeshi finally became brave enough to leave the security and warmth of the norn home in the treehouse. She took a few hesitant steps to the right, over the snowy planks toward the elevator. Then she spied a new toy! Oh and how Jeshi loves toys! She swept right past the elevator to the drumset! Joy overwhelmed her as she beat the drum with her tiny norn hands creating a symphony of drum beats! Such a noise drew other norns around and they watched with increasing interest as Jeshi beat the drums until she grew tired. Cashiew, always at her side now, could not help but follow her over and watch her performance as well.
Here is an example of norn misbehavior that runs rampant in my world.  Todd thought Ghulam would make a great drum and decided to slap him instead. I found Todd slapping poor Ghulam. I was able to stop him this time, but no doubt this will continue in the future. Ghulam will probably be the instigating norn next time ironically.

A stumbling Spirit caught my attention and I became concerned that one of his organs was failing, like the one that regulates gate. My concern was replaced with humor as I realized there was nothing wrong with him at all, he had just found the mankey that i'd dropped in the norn home. None of the norns had touched it or even seemed to notice it was there for so long that I myself had forgotten it was there.  There were more than a few there, and now only one remained that Spirit currently has his paws on. I had not intended for one norn to drink them all, but laughed as he drank and then stumbled onto the next one, nearly tipping over! I was too late to stop him from drinking them all, but hopefully they won't be detrimental to his health.
Once again Jeshi is over at the drums, or maybe she never left. Cashiew, who still is at her side, decided it looked fun and after learning some tips from Jeshi's playing, he decided to get in on the action. While Cashiew took the big, manly drum, Jeshi took the petite side! They both drummed together a sweet song of romance and adventure! Cashiew had not previously displayed any interest in the drums before Jeshi came along, nor had he really been interested in any toys. Jeshi has awoken the child within him.

Two more things happened before I logged off of DS. Unfortunately they are a little bit sad. I was very sad to see that Spirit, a little while later, had found his way into the water and apparently decided it was a great idea to lay down under the water and rest. He had drown. Aruvuin has also died from mysterious causes not long after Spirits passing. Perhaps Aruvuin decided he didn't want Spirit to be alone in the afterlife. These two norns were among my favorites, though I like so many right now, and so I was sad to see them go. I blamed myself for Spirits passing as I do for every norn that drowns, its my fault for not watching them closer. I take such deaths as a reminder to watch my norns and with each death i'm a little closer to being a more perfect guardian for it. *tries to always look on the bright side*

I decided this post to make all of my pictures a little bigger. They're easier to see this way, but it blurs the pictures a little, they're not as crisp and sharp. I haven't decided which way I like the pictures yet, small or little. Each way has its benifits and draw backs.

Small: crisp, sharp picture. Takes up less room in the blog.

Big: Easier to see. Takes up more room in the blog. Blurry.

I would like to know which way you, the viewers, like it best. What benifits would you be willing to sacrifice and which would you rather keep? I will make the pictures that way from now on.

Current norn population: 9 norns

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Imiyo's Time

As I have mentioned my norns have decided the best way to pass the time is to slap each other. Not one single norn is instigating this, rather it seems that all of them decided this individually. When I find one norn slapping, they stop before I can stop them, only to slap later.. and then another norn is slapping someone. Sometimes norns slap each other at the same time, sometimes five norns are slapping other norns at different places on my screen at the same time. Actually catching an individual norn and stopping him with my hand is nearly impossible! Away from all of the midst of all this slapping Imiyo has decided the pond is her refuge. She doesn't get bothered here, and enjoys the cold, brisk water. As you can see, she is too tall to drown in the pond unless she were to lay down and try to sleep, but seems much too smart for that! She even walked right out into the deepest part of the pond and began playing amongst the reeds that still grow in the winter water. Imiyo spent the longest time watching the reeds sway with the water currents, dancing among them and getting them, hitting them and slapping them. This time I decided she looked much to happy and peaceful to move her, and so let her be.
Eventually the cold does get to a little norn and Imiyo always finds her way out of the icy pond back onto land to warm back up. The sound of norns slapping rang through the land and Imiyo tried to be oblivious to it as she walked into the snow drift to find some nuts and apples to eat. There amongst the chaos she met another norn, Aruvuin the santa norn, and had a romantic (if you can call such an invironment that) kisspop with him. The slappy norns got too close just after the kisspop and broke up the romance, causing Imiyo to flee from the slapping hands of the other norns while her tummy grew!
Suddenly finding herself sorrounded, poor Imiyo had no choice but to repeatedly retreat norn left, and right! There were norns all around her and she had nowhere to go! When the urge to lay had come she knelt down in the snow drift to carefully lay her egg in the snow and it seemed she had no choice but to. Luckily, no norns came to slap her, but she still tried to retreat after the egg had been layed. The egg seems to suit Imiyo well and is a beautifull spotted purple color, as if the egg had inherited Imiyo's colors! As she repeatedly retreated norn left, right, left, right, her's and the feet of all the norns around her danced around the growing egg.
After a while, the little egg crackling sounds were heard as the slapping sounds died down. The slappy norns have decided to take a rest for a while and continue foraging for food. I watched with anticipation for the little egg to hatch, as the movement was seen inside the pretty spotted shell. Seconds before the cracking shell opened a death icon appeared atop my screen and I clicked to see who had been slapped to death. I was confused when the screen transported me into outter space, a vaccume of nowhere.. I clicked back to the norn terrarium and found that the little egg had hatched! Sitting in the shell was a tiny unnamed baby girl norn, stillborn. She looked adorable, cute as a norn can be with her C1 norn looks and beautifull snow white hair.. I was so sad to see it was she who had died a second ago, but at least she didn't suffer. It took me a moment to gather my feelings and right myself after this, I was so sad to lose such a cute potential future queen. Perhaps all of the norn feet plodding around the egg had disturbed it too much, or perhaps it was just bad genetics.
Imiyo spent some time enjoying the toys and seeds on the ground. There was peace among the slappy norns allowing Imiyo to move around freely without the danger of becomming a victom of being slapped. I was happy to see this, and had hope that the slapping was only a phaze. However, after a while Imiyo layed down and peacefully passed away due to unknown causes. All of her vital organs had been normal, and there was no toxins or bacteria. She may have starved to death, but this would seem unlikely due to seeing her eating seeds and apples, perhaps she was missing something? Rest in peace Imiyo! Imiyo passed away at adult at a little over three hours and left to her legacy the only daughter, Yoshiyo. Imiyo had been the last surviving sister of one other sibling and the last surviving daughter of her mother Hinaki.

Next installment we'll get to meet the new queen and a new romance!

Monday, December 27, 2010

The Egg Evasion!

Todays post is short. I figured that since I dragged you along the excruciatingly long previous post that I would give you all a rest with a rather short one this time. That means my playing time today was also rather short, since the longer I play the more pictures I seem to produce. In this short amount of time a few things have happened though. There have been a couple of deaths, and a surprise that shocked even me! Whether unpleasant or pleasant is left up to interpretation.

The first event was a very pleasant one. After removing all of the Christmas related items such as decorations and trees, leaving the winter world a little more barren and with less food, I encountered a pregnancy and egg icon on top of my screen! Imiyo layed a beautifully frosty looking egg in the snow on the bridge planks by the norn homes. Little time passed as it gradually grew in size. Spirit, one of the newest norns on the block, walked over to look at this thing, that he may or may not have ever seen in his life before, and watched as its size changed. Spirits wide eyes were locked on the egg with intense curiosity as it then began to move around inside and hatch.

Forth from the egg came a little baby norn that looked very much like him! This little baby's name is Kou. After Kou left his shell, grabbing the pot of honey next to the egg in the process, Spirit layed down by the empty shell to take a little nap. Curious to see if the intent that Spirit had shown the egg was because Kou is his son I checked the geneology and found out that Kou is actually the son of Todd! I found Kou increasingly difficult to take snapshots of because he always seemed to duck behind an adult norn. His camera shyness didn't last forever though.
I eventually had to leave him to his camera shyness after several frustrating attempts to catch him on camera, but returned a little bit later to find him enjoying the coffee very much. I know there may be some debate as to whether caffeine is good for babies or not, but since its really cold outside and coffee provides them with warmth I let them have as much as they want. Kou was not just drinking it, in fact he only took one sip that I noticed, but he was playing with it too! He was having all kinds of fun exploring this strange looking potion by pushing it, hitting it, getting it and dancing all around it!

Leaving Kou to his fun with all of the things in the tree house I found Imiyo resting in the icy water! Imiyo! what are you doing?? That water is freezing and you appear to be comfortable?! It boggled my mind why she could enjoy the water so much. She is perfectly healthy though, no sign of fever or anything that would make her hot. There wasn't any food or toys stuck in the pond that had her attention so eventually after the short rest she stood up and walked back onto land to join the rest of the norn crowd.

These pictures look so strange because I had the game minimized when the game took them. I was looking for and downloading the Ecology Kit and when I maximized my game again I was concerned to find Two norns, Reginald and Tatsushirou had died. For some reason out of nowhere my norns have decided slapping eachother is the new past time and I suspect this is what killed them, unfortunately.

My apologies for this picture as well, for Spirit was also making it frustratingly difficult to take the picture! Unofortunately this is the best I could manage. I was watching the two newest norns get around when I realized with a shock that there is still a little blue egg in the elevator! There you can kind of see it behind Spirits butt! He decided to squat down JUST as I took the pic! Apparently in my last post when I said the egg hatched I was mistaken! At least it's not crowded by toys now. So there in the lift the egg still sits, ungrown and unhatched, waiting for liberation from its moving basket! Is it bad that the egg still sits unhatched? Or is it exciting waiting to see what happens? Pleasant or unpleasant? You decide!

Current population number: 12 norns

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Christmas Time Is Here!

Today's post is going to be rather long, so I hope you can stick with me. 

A lot happened during our Christmas celebration and so there is a lot to tell! Before I get into that I want to apologise for not knowing where I obtained that snow machine that makes the snow.. the one the norns stuck into the lift. I discovered today when looking for more Christmas presents to give the norns, that the snow agent is included with the C1toDS Christmas pack. Also, wonderful news! Pecan has been successfully sent through the warp to a "Fwea"! Congratulations Pecan and I hope you can learn to live a full life.
I decided to start the Christmas cheer by first producing a LOT of presents under the Christmas trees scattered about my world. All I have to do is push the little star at the top and presents galore! I began on the right of the room, and worked my way left, so the first tree was the one in the snow drift by the pond. Aitarou here is the first norn to witness such an event! He marveled as the presents magically appeared under the trees and even tried pushing some! The food not too far away won out on his attention though, and he moved on. Aitarou is not so easily impressed.
Next is the tree in the middle of the terrarium and Auvuin quite enjoyed unwrapping many of the presents that appeared! Many norns gathered around and began poking, prodding and unwrapping many presents to reveal wonderful toys for them all to play with! Unfortunately I am unable to capture all of them on the screen. Aruvuin is a great example of what they were all looking like and doing though!
Tree presents aren't the only presents i'm giving them this year! Along with all of those wonderful toys, they get as much food as they can eat today! No needing to scrounge around on the ground and forage, and no fighting over apples today! I dropped handfulls and handfulls of food from the hand infront of every norns feet. They gasped and stared in glee just like Cashiew is doing here! They all stuffed their little tummies as full as they could!

Cashiew has reached adulthood and though he hasn't managed to grow into that long neck, he still looks quite handsome as a norn. He resembles a Christmasy norn with a turtle neck sweater I think, and does not look as awkward as when he was little. Cashiew walked around enjoying all of the foods and candies from the gingerbread house quite enthusiastically! The abundance really made the norn's day.
With all of the norns little tummies full and satisfied, peace blanketed the world like the thick snow already decorating it. Some time passed, several minutes of peace.. and Imiyo decided to take a little trip away from the commotion of all the other norns for some alone time. She rode the elevator to the top of the bridges, and looked adorable finding a solitary candy up there to play with. She spent time looking at it, poking it and dancing around it.

An egg hatch icon surprised me on my screen, for Imiyo has not gotten pregnant. As I was braught to the hatched egg and new baby norn, I realized it was the elevator norn! Overjoyed that the elevator egg has finally hatched, I looked in anticipation, waiting for the norn to step away from the egg shell so I can full'ly see what he looks like. I have named him Walnut.
Walnut resembles his father, though I'm not sure who his father is. Perhaps it is Reginald here, whom lifted the egg from the elevator so carefully,when I wasn't looking. It's still quite curious why the egg was kept there, only to be removed a time later. I can only be happy it has finally happened though, and it looks like Walnut has inherited his mothers beautiful wings. Reginald watched walnut rest for a time. It is only when walnut decided to go off and eat some food in the norn house to his left that Reginald decided he was alright, and walked off on his own to do something else.
After filling his tummy with wonderfully healthy and tasty foods, Walnut took a gutsy leap off the side of the bridges, past the slude gun, to land on the snowy ground. Perhaps the snow cushioned his landing, because he didn't seem phazed by the fall at all. He had fun exploring the melting snowmen, many of which i've placed into the world for Christmas as well. Walnut also enjoyed catching the large snowflakes on his tongue like I invision other norns doing when they're "eating weather".
Imiyo has layed another egg among the abundance of food by the gingerbread house. The red and yellow egg blends in quite well with the sorrounding norns and the candies littering the wooden planked floor. I couldn't wait for it to hatch and let me see if it would be another little norn with santa norn parts! The more santa norns I have in my world on Christmas the better! You can't have a proper Christmas without santa norns!

The wait for the egg to hatch didn't take long at all. I kept my camera on it, watching and watching for a short time.. before finally the sounds of cracking shell are heard! From the egg pops the tiny zebra norn head of a baby boy whom I decided to name Brazil, after a brazil nut. Brazil hatched with a bright, hopeful grin and in his mothers watchful, protective gaze. Hatching among a heap of food also gave Brazil the advantage of a full tummy very quickly!
As you can see, he has inherited his mothers looks. Quite a pretty norn if I do say so myself.
Brazil delighted me by showing me an adventerous spirit. After his very first meal, he had apparently found his way to the hill by the norn cemetary. I was not watching him the whole time he made his journey there, but when I found him I was so excited! No other norn has gone to this area since the migration to this terrarium. Here Brazil enjoyed the company of the birds, chasing them some, and also enjoyed the food that I dropped at his feet. Merry Christmas Brazil!

On this hill is a lone Christmas tree that no other norn has touched. Brazil found the tree, and looked at the presents with wide, curious eyes. He pushed some of them, causing them to unwrap and reveal wonderful toys for him to play with. Some of these toys did indeed get attention from him, as he played with them. Brazil has alllll of these presents and toys all to himself up here!
Whats this? Brazil wondered, as he gazed at an odd looking candycane that stuck out of the ground near the Christmas tree. It was huge, with a golden ball on top. He pushed it, and was instantly teleported into an outside world of nothing but white, and snow! I could not help but chuckle as the first thing he does when arriving in the tundra is look at the camera with a wide eyed surprised expression! I watched as he curiously took a few steps toward a close ice crystal.. and then shivered. Burrr.. this place is cold! 
Deciding not to stay in such an icy place for long, Brazil didn't make any motions to explore further, but rather returned to that weird looking candycane pole and back into the much warmer norn terrarium. Brazil was the very first norn to return to the tundra since they all migrated to the terrarium and is a very brave norn for doing so. I'm very impressed with you Brazil, for being so brave and adventerous! I am happy to see him back though, and all by him self, where it's safe. 
From the warp room comes the message of a visitor. I went to see just who it could be that had come to visit me on Christmas day, and here is a little low generation tiger norn named Spirit. I was touched by the name, especially when I think of the "spirit" of christmas, and so decided this is a special little norn. I plopped him in the bottom of the warp room to begin his IQ test. 

Spirit proves to be a very smart norn because he took no time at all to make it to the norn meso. I found him in the bottom of the meso not even five minutes later. I picked him up and transported him to the norn terrarium plopping him down in the pile of food. His helpless expression changed to one of joy when he saw all of the food, and began to stuff himself to his hearts content.
Almost as soon as Spirit passes the IQ test his relative arrives through the warp. This is Todd. Both Spirit and Todd come from a world where everyone speaks German apparently because this is what Spirit and Todd speak. It is a very beautiful language and one of my own ancestors on my mothers side, so I decided not to mess with their speech or teach them anything new.

Todd wasted no time in pushing the call button to the elevator, stepping inside, riding up and walking to the meso door. Todd traveled quicker than his brother Spirit, the whole time having nothing but eating a juicy fruit on his mind. Impressed and happy for the norn, I watched with anticipation for him to reach the meso so I can finally transport him to his new home. Exhausted before he even reached the meso door, he plopped onto the floor and fell into a very restful sleep. I took the time while he slept to check him over and found his Kidney was down to 0%, not working. I don't know what that is supposed to affect, but it didn't seem to affect him any.
Eventually Todd reached the meso door and pushed it, opening to himself a whole new world! I picked him up before he had time to have a good look around and plopped him into his new home in the terrarium, just as I had Spirit! As you can see, he quickly took a liking to the gingerbread house candies laying around and began to help himself to many of them. Todd and Spirit are a happy addition to my world and I hope they will find the world a happy addition to their lives.

Back on the hill where Brazil had his grand adventure I found walnut. Unlike his half brother, Walnut was not looking for an adventure, rather he was looking for some peace. Don't get me wrong, he did quite enjoy the birds and toys sorrounding him, but just in a calmer way. He pushed a couple of them, but played with the snowflakes the most.
Walnut spent most of his time laying or sitting on the hill looking off into the distance, perhaps at his family far away on the bridge. He has such a peaceful look on his face I couldn't help but feel at peace and calm myself just watching him. To see him so content just sitting alone up there was so cute.

Watching Walnut and sharing his peace, I was suddenly being interrupted by a silly norn, Ghulam. Ghulam rode the elevator up to the top, turned to look at Walnut who was now right where the elevator landed, then pushed the elevator again, pulling Walnut inside. They both rode down to the ground floor with Ghulam telling Walnut how he should join the festivities and inviting him to play with everyone else.
Walnut has other ideas however, and once he was free of the elevator he watched Ghulam walk away.. then stole the elevator again to the top of the hill where he once again layed down in the cool snow to rest.

Current norn population: 13 norns plus one baby girl.

Have a very merry Holiday everyone!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

I want to wish everyone a very happy holiday and may your creatures be cheery!  

New post comming soon!

Friday, December 24, 2010

Eggs In Elevators Don't Hatch

Kono Sekai Ni Wa is currenly in a very peaceful state, as it should be at Christmas time. The day also starts off normal and very peaceful with all of the norns enjoying their world. In the passage of time little Cashiew here has aged up to youth, but unfortunately has not grown into his long neck. He doesn't mind having this long neck, in fact maybe it even helps him see farther than the other norns. Even though he may look a little funny, I still find him very adorable, especially with his cute little attitude and his silly antics.
I watched my norns in this peaceful world and found them at various parts of the norn terrarium foraging and snacking among the various seeds and fruits. The christmas themed foods don't get as much attention as the nuts though, and here the beautiful Almond snacks on some of them up at the very top of the norn bridges among the thinner, cooler air and clouds that may pass by, giving a subtle fog affect on occasion.

Of course the peace never lasts long in my world, and as I scrolled around to watch all of the norns, since they don't all fit on the screen at once, I noticed there was a little congregation at ground level. Three red norns passed among them a single apple, with others scattered at their feet. This apple is passed from tiny norn hand to tiny norn hand.. clearly these norns don't know the meaning of the "giving holiday". What ever happened to sharing? Yet again the norns are caught up in an apple war! I let them be this time, as there were other apples, eventually someone would get tired of fighting over the same one and go for another. This was so, eventually, and they all found there are enough apples to go around!

I found Chestnut up practicing with the sludgegun again in case any grendels dared to enter the terrarium. Little do my norns know that none will ever show up there, thanks to me. Still, they like to feel safe rather than be sorry later, and so I let them practice. It's quite cute when a stray norn wanders over to see what he's doing only to get blasted with some sludge sometimes! I have never seen a norn die from being sludged, but i've heard its possible, so I make sure it's not taken too far. Careful there Chestnut.

Chestnut felt he has had enough practice and is pretty well versed in the sludge gun, so he moved on to the next big thing. Nearby Imiyo has layed a much welcomed egg by the norn treehouse where the warmth and gingerbread candies reside. Chestnut found this egg, and promptly picked it up, carrying it over to the elevator. Perhaps he thinks its yet another toy, for once entering he plopped that egg among the other toys cluttering the elevator floor. There the egg sits still, unmoved by norn or hand. This egg has not grown in size since being in the elevator, and is still freshly layed size, disappeared among the pile of toys. I have decided to wait and see how long it stays before someone picks it out and allows it to hatch. By then the poor little baby inside may have traveled up and down that elevator a billion times and hatch to reflect it!
Cashiew, the long necked nooorn.. had a very looong neck. And if you ever saw him... J/K :P Here he is sleeping. I found he sleeps standing up! I've seen other C1 norns sleep standing up and so think he gets it from his C1 genetics side. I still think it's quite adorable when norns sleep in odd positions. Behind him two norns think its funny to make faces at his back while he sleeps. They both continues to make funny faces at him while having the action "look norn". Will that long neck of yours come in handy showing santa the way over the fog Cashiew?
I noticed upon a nonchalant passing of the elevator area with my camera, that yet another toy has been added to the giant collection in the elevator. The shee dolly has been placed there by some silly norn who has also decided this is a good closet. Why the norns need their closet to move up and down i'm unsure. Perhaps it's easier to fetch the toys that way, instead of walking to the toy, they push the button and bring the toy to them? Silly norns. And somewhere in that mess is still the norn egg!

From a beautifully blue second egg layed by Imiyo hatches a very teeny baby named Pecan. I thought Pecan was a cute name, fitting for a cute norn! I imediately became attatched to Pecan because of his utter cuteness! Unfortunately, I became worried, then horrified as I watched pecans little legs begin to move the second they were free from that shell. They carried Pecan left, left, left... walking.. He never stopped walking in fact. I soon realized poor Pican is blind, because i'd seen this behavior so many times before. He can express himself in that newborn nornish language that I don't understand.. but does not look at anything. In the norn mind reader agent it says he is looking at "nothing" all the time, or "touch nothing" or "rest nothing".. when I grasped his tiny hand to turn him around he only walked the direction he was facing.

Pecans long, unintentional journey brought him to the edge of the bridge, and off the side. He landed with a heavy thud and imediately expressed a very sad expression as that landing had hurt! I felt sorry for him, but watched as he continued his journey left.. left... and off the edge of the floor past the learning room. Another hard landing later, and he was still walking.. right into the wall. Poor Pican stopped walking when he thudded into the wall and felt pain..

That cold hard wall that had caused him so much pain to walk into scared him, and he promptly turned from it and ran away from the source of that pain! This caught me by surprise because usually norns born blind don't comprehend anything of much.. But this norn, though blind, is very comprehensive and can think for himself. He knows when something causes him pain, he retreats it! It's a shame he cant see food to eat it or he might live a wonderfully normal life. This show of comprehension and thought gave me hope he might grow out of it or learn some way around his disability, but once the pain wore off, he just continued walking again endlessly.

Sadly, I picked pican up and transferred him to the warp room where he will be sent off to somebody else who is better able to care for a special needs norn. My world is very dangerous for blind norns because of the walls they can run into. I have an agent set to cause pain to norns who run into them, and this as you have already seen many times, can kill a norn. Pican sat very obediantely without walking anywhere, once he was in the warp chamber, and waited for me to push the button.... I pushed it... several times... each comming up with noone else online. So there he sits, unable to eat, waiting for someone to come online. Hopefully someone will come on for me to send him to before he starves to death. I would hate to see such a happy looking, adorable norn die. So this is where I logged out.

Unfortunately I cannot say when I will be logging in again, so plans to meet up to transfer Pican to you would be very difficult. Exporting him would lose him in my massive sea of exported females waiting to be imported into the world, so that would be very risky. I can say I will most likely be playing again sometime tomorrow on Christmas day, so if you want a chance to save Pecans life and are feeling froggy about it :P you might want to log in sometime tomorrow and see if you receive him. Though, without genetic changes or regular injections, i'm not sure how you could keep him alive anyway. Good luck Pecan!

Currently in my world, including Pecan, my norn population is up to 10. Everybody is youth or adult with the exception of the egg in the elevator and Pecan.