[Cosmosdex] The Fictional Encyclopedia


Welcome to the fauna submission section. Here you can see all the fauna that have been submitted so far and are currently under review. If you do not see your fauna here it has been accepted and moved to the main section, or it has been rejected. If it has been rejected just go to the link you were given when you submitted your fauna and there should be a reason why it was rejected there. If it has been more then a month since the rejection it is likely that the fauna has been deleted.


Any entries below have been accepted and are just waiting to be moved. They may no longer be edited.


Spikmews like to get attention of others no matter if it's one of their own or another species. Spikmews get attention by either tapping someone softly with one of their front claws or meowing. A spikmew without attention will slowly start to become either skittish or aggressive.


Fowthicks are usually aggressive and territorial. The sight of a cluster of fowthicks fighting over a piece of food that has already been taken isn’t particularly uncommon. It is why fowthicks are commonly seen with scars and torn fins, occasionally to the point of having almost no fins left. Fowthicks’ territory often overlaps with other fowthicks, leading to more fights when they accidentally meet.


Noxichos are cave-dwelling insects that survive on moisture and are attracted to noise. Noxichos have evolved special hairs that will vibrate and repeat the last sound they've heard. This is likely designed to scare away animals by repeating their own growls and roars, although they aren't very effective at this.


Phoverls are rather peaceful creatures - if their immense heat and threat display doesn’t scare a predator off, their tough skin will make it hard to chew on them. They are also rather unintelligent creatures. For most of its life, a phoverl will simply orbit a star, feeding on the sunlight. However, they are easily confused creatures - there have been multiple cases where a phoverl has drifted around near a planet, instead, thinking that the lights below are just multiple small stars.


Any below have been submitted, passed a skim review, and are currently awaiting a full review. Should you wish to edit your entry, please use the code generated on creation to edit it below the submit section.


Any entries below have been rejected for reasons listed under their names. If you are the owner of any of these and would like to resubmit them please read what errors you made, and then edit your entry using the code you obtained on creation. Please reread the application section of the Cosmosdex before doing so. If you have forgotten your code you must wait till your application is removed from this section to do so.


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