Serenity Cove

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Serenity Cove

Postby SlimePies » Fri Jan 03, 2020 12:59 am

Serenity Cove
“A beach with crystal clear waters”

Description
A tropical beach with crystal-clear springs and waterfalls located on part of an island in the slime sea

Access
Find a pathway behind the mountains on mustache island, it will be through a teleporter under a pink slime with a mustache fashion pod. The teleporter is only on after you complete the game

Sub-Areas
Tropical Springs: A group of springs where lots of puddle slimes and shark slimes spawn. A shark gordo is found in one of the springs
Monkey Grove: A clearing in some palm trees with a lot of monkey huts and ape slimes. An ape gordo is found in the biggest hut
Briny Beach: A beach with lots of salt slimes and a salt gordo with a teleporter to the salty islet
Salty Islet: A small island whith many salt slimes and a pink gordo with a key
Chicken Lagoon: A freshwater lagoon behind a slime gate where puddle and shark slimes spawn alongside many chicken nests
Enchanted Pass: A mountain pass with a slime gate in it
Igneous Grotto: A small cave with a slime gate in it

Seasonal Progression
Summer, Spring, Summer, Fall

New Resources
Salt Slime
“A surprisingly down-to-earth slime that doesn’t have a bad temper”

Description: A white slime with a crown of salt crystals

Secret Style: Sugar, color becomes pinker and salt crystals become striped like a candy cane

Diet: Veggie

Favorite: Brinenut

Toy: Stuffed Salt-Shaker (a stuffed toy that looks like a salt shaker)

Slimeology: The salt slime is a result of a rock slime adapting to life in areas with saltier water. The spikey crown is still there but this slime has developed a craving for lots of salt and no longer cares about any old regular heart beet, but now prefers a salty brinenut

Rancher Risks: The salt slime hates humidity as its salt starts seeping out of its slime. Due to this, you have to have a dehumidifier when ranching one. Another side-effect of this hatred for humidity is that splashing it with water increases its agitation rather that lowering it

Plotonomics: The salt slimes’ plorts are a healthy substitute for salt and many restaurants around the universe are switching to grade A salt slime salt

Ape Slime
“Likes to monkey around”

Description: A brown slime with hair tufts, ears, and a tail as well as a dark gray oval around its mouth

Secret Style: Capuchin, its body becomes black with its mouth oval becoming with and extending into a mask around its eyes

Diet: Fruit

Favorite: Purple Plantains

Toy: Silly Monkey Ball (a red and gray, patchwork ball that looks like a monkey head with button eyes and stuffed ears)

Slimeology: The ape slime is actually misnamed, as it resembles a monkey rather than an ape. This slime is extremely intelligent and social, and will become increasingly aggravated when around unhappy and hungry slimes

Rancher Risks: Alongside their social behavior, the ape slime can pick up objects. Now this may not seem that bad, it is more chaotic when pared with the fact that it can throw them. They not only throw objects more when agitated, but prefer to throw plorts rather than food

Plortonomics: Ape slime plorts are extremely useful lab-rats in any scientific studies revolving around the uses of other plorts. Many inventions using other plorts could not have happened without the use of monkey plorts

Shark Slime
“A business savvy slime”

Description: A periwinkle slime that has gill slits, sharp teeth, and a sharks fin

Secret Style: Blacktip, the slime becomes a sandy color while its eyes become white and the tips of its fins become black. It also gains a white pattern similar to the tabby slimes’ secret style

Diet: Meat

Favorite: Salt Hen

Toy: Life Preserver (a life preserver)

Slimeology: The shark slime is excellent at traveling the slime sea. Due to this, it needs extra humidity to be kept properly. It also has a better sense of smell, like the hunter slime, that allows it to find food from further distances

Rancher Risks: Shark slimes have a horrible temper and have been recorded biting ranchers when angry. They tend to lunge at ranchers when this happens, and some slime scientists think this is the beginning of non-largoed slimes developing the ability to go feral

Plortonomics: Besides the fact that the elite back on earth view having their plorts as a display of wealth, they can also be used in many recipes calling for shark meat, most commonly shark fin soup

Brinenut
“Someone added extra salt to my peanuts”

Description: A very large and slightly blue peanut with a green stem and yellow flower

Favored By: Salt Slime

Seasons: Fall

Entry: By absorbing the salt from the slime sea, the brinenut has formed into the saltiest, naturally forming veggie

Purple Plantain
“An odd color choice for a banana, but a unique one nonetheless”

Description: A collection of purple plantains with red-tinted spots, its tree is a purple palm tree

Favored By: Ape Slime

Seasons: Spring, Summer

Entry: The mystical color of the purple plantain is a remnant of an early group of plants that used retinal instead of chlorophyll

Salt Hen
“Very territorial”

Description: A hen hen with the red parts turned white. Its nests have piles of sand around them

Favored By: Shark Slime

Entry: These hens loves to swim, and don’t mind humid conditions. They are so tasty and salty that shark slimes leave the water just to eat them

Salt Chickadoo
“It always looks like its about to cry”

Description: a white feathered chickadoo

Salt Crystals
“Pure and unhealthy”

Type: Drill

Area: Serenity Cove

Rarity: Common

Description: Salt crystals in the shape of indigonium

Entry: Pure salt can be found under serenity cove. Surprisingly, it is used a lot in slime science. The salt can also be used to determine the salinity of the slime sea in the past as it forms in layers

New Slime Science Gadgets
Silver Warp Depot
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Silky Sand x3, Salt Plort x20, Slime Fossil x3, Salt Crystals x1
Effect: Same as other warp depots

Silver Teleporter
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Strange Diamond x1, Salt Crystals x5, Silky Sand x10, Salt Plort x25
Effect: Same as other teleporters

Silver Slime Lamp
Class: Decoration
Materials: Salt Crystals x8, Silky Sand x8, Salt Plort x12, Phosphor Plort x12
Effect: Same as other slime lamps, but produces silver light

Silver Firework
Class: Curio
Materials: Silky Sand x3, Salt Plort x2, Battery Pack x1
Effect: Same as other fireworks, but produces a silver mortar

Beige Warp Depot
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Pepper Jam x3, Ape Plort x20, Slime Fossil x3, Salt Crystals x1
Effect: Same as other warp depots

Beige Teleporter
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Strange Diamond x1, Salt Crystals x5, Pepper Jam x10, Ape Plort x25
Effect: Same as other teleporters

Beige Slime Lamp
Class: Decoration
Materials: Salt Crystals x8, Pepper Jam x8, Ape Plort x12, Phosphor Plort x12
Effect: Same as other slime lamps, but produces beige light

Beige Firework
Class: Curio
Materials: Pepper Jam x3, Ape Plort x2, Battery Pack x1
Effect: Same as other fireworks, but produces a beige mortar

Periwinkle Warp Depot
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Glass Shard x3, Shark Plort x20, Slime Fossil x3, Salt Crystals x1
Effect: Same as other warp depots

Periwinkle Teleporter
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Strange Diamond x1, Salt Crystals x5, Glass Shard x10, Shark Plort x25
Effect: Same as other teleporters

Periwinkle Slime Lamp
Class: Decoration
Materials: Salt Crystals x8, Glass Shard x8, Shark Plort x12, Phosphor Plort x12
Effect: Same as other slime lamps, but produces periwinkle light

Periwinkle Firework
Class: Curio
Materials: Glass Shard x3, Shark Plort x2, Battery Pack x1
Effect: Same as other fireworks, but produces a periwinkle mortar

Tropical Palm Tree
Class: Decoration
Materials: Tangle Plort x10, Ape Plort x15, Salt Crystals x10
Effect: None

Pollenflower Patch
Class: Decoration
Materials: Puddle Plort x15, Ape Plort x15, Salt Crystals x10, Slime Fossil x5
Effect: None

Slimestache Pedestal
Class: Decoration
Materials: Dervish Plort x10, Shark Plort x10, Jellystone x20
Effect: None

Slimestache Sculpture
Class: Decoration
Materials: Shark Plort x15, Deep Brine x20, Tabby Plort x25
Effect: None

Granite Mound
Class: Decoration
Materials: Salt Plort x10, Spiral Steam x15, Rock Plort x20
Effect: None

Granite Spire
Class: Decoration
Materials: Salt Plort: x15, Salt Crystals x18, Mosaic Plort x21
Effect: None

Monkey Hut
Class: Decoration
Materials: Ape Plort x20, Buzz Wax x15, Hexacomb x5
Effect: None

Resources
Slimes: Pink, Rock, Tabby, Phosphor, Puddle, Salt, Ape, Shark
Fruit: Pogofruit, Cuberry, Mint Mango, Purple Plantains
Veggies: Carrot, Heart Beet, Brinenut
Meat: Hen Hen, Rostro, Chickadoo, Stony Hen, Stony Chickadoo, Salt Hen, Salt Chickadoo
Drill: Jellystone, Slime Fossil, Strange Diamond, Salt Crystals
Pump: Primordy Oil, Spiral Steam, Lava Dust
Apiary: Buzz Wax, Hexacomb, Royal Jelly
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Re: Serenity Cove

Postby spritelessGirl » Tue Jan 07, 2020 4:32 pm

Ape slimes throwing their own plorts is a good gimick. Tabbies already grab food, and gotta add to the joke that plorts are poo by another name.

Shark Slime and Salt Slime need a humidifier and dehumidifier, respectively, to be happy. I wonder how cranky their combined largo would be.

I want to rename the Salt Slime to Brime Sline. Bline Srime. Brine Slime. Or maybe Silt Slime.

Monkey Hut should be big enough for a Slime to hide in. :D
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