Igneous Archipelago

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Igneous Archipelago

Postby SlimePies » Sun Apr 05, 2020 9:41 pm

Igneous Archipelago
“A collection of volcanic islands”

Description
An archipelago of dormant volcanos covered in a black sand

Access
Unlock the slime gate in the igneous grotto

Sub-Areas
Mount Kea: A volcanic mountain which the first area you’ll enter is its cave inside
Black Sand Beach: A nice beach surrounding a freshwater tidepool where puddle slimes spawn
Purple Palm Jungle: A jungle with many purple palm trees and a hotspot for gecko slimes. It even has a gecko gordo
Tar Field: A field where tar seeps up from the ground. Located behind a slime gate, it is one of the few places where crude slimes can be found
Ivy Cliff: A cliff covered in ivy where a capsaicin gordo can be found. The portal it sits on leads to pepper island
Pepper Island: An island filled with capsaicin slimes and cinnamon peppers. A slime gate is located here

Seasonal Progression
Summer, Spring, Summer, Winter

New Resources
Gecko Slime
“Would make a great insurance mascot”

Description: A beige slime with a darker back. Its face looks a lot like a gecko’s with black eyes and it also has a tail

Secret Style: Anole, It gains an emerald-green body with a beige underside, red eyes, and a throat flap

Diet: Meat

Favorite: Macaw Hen

Toy: Plunger (literally just a plunger, cause it’s a gecko. And they walk on walls)

Slimeology: The gecko slime is a reptilian slime with an almost permanent grin. These slime prefer darkness but don’t need it. They become agitated during the day unless under a solar shield or in a cave.

Rancher Risks: The main risk however, isn’t its preference for dark cervices, but its ability to scale walls. These slimes can attach themselves to the walls of there corrals and start climbing up, which can be a problem if you don’t have an air net.

Plortonomics: The gecko slime’s plorts have a special material in them called geckyte. This material can be extracted to make an amazing adhesive that can be easily taken off. Amazing in many situations

Crude Slime
“Don’t confuse it with tarr”

Description: A black reflective slime with a dark gray mouth and eyes

Secret Style: Olive, gains an olive coloration and translucent body, as well as red eyes and a red mouth

Diet: Veggie

Favorite: Petroleum Potato

Toy: Gas Can (a can of gasoline)

Slimeology: The crude slime seems to be primarily composed of a mixture of slime and crude oil. This causes them to stick to many different objects including plorts and food. Often food that other slimes will need is stuck to them.

Rancher Risks: Crude slimes look like they can’t cause that much havoc, however when irritated they can ignite themselves turning into a red ball of fire. This causes increased agitation to non-crude or fire slimes and can burn foods to a crisp after a while.

Plortonomics: The plorts produced by these slimes can be a clean and renewable substitute to oil. They do not produce a lot of smoke when burned, even if filtered into petroleum, and the plastic made from them is biodegradable, so the environment won’t be so polluted like earth was years ago

Capsaicin Slime
“To hot to handle”

Description: A slime with an orange-to-yellow coloration on its body and a chili pepper stem on its head

Secret Style: Blue Bell, its gradient becomes a blue to light blue and its stem resembles a bell pepper stem

Diet: Fruit

Favorite: Cinnamon Pepper

Toy: Pepper Cushion (a stuffed red bell pepper)

Slimeology: The capsaicin slime has built in antibiotics and antihistamines to help it go through flu and allergy season without bother. This extends to its largos and some even say to slimes made from the largo’s plorts that aren’t capsaicin slimes.

Rancher risks: Every slime has its challenges. Some are delicious plorts, others are explosive personalities. For capsaicin slimes, its pepper flakes. What are pepper flakes? Pepper flakes are small particles that capsaicin slimes release all the time but are more common while agitated. These flakes spread onto food and make them extremely spicy. This instantly agitates slime when consuming spicy food. Don’t worry about your capsaicin slimes being affected.

Plortonomics: Capsaicin slimes produce plorts that are the spiciest edible material known to humankind. People travel across the galaxy just to try some, and the recent release of them on the market makes them readily availably to large groups of people.

Macaw Hen
“A colorful display of chicken pride”

Description: A Hen Hen with the colors of a scarlet macaw

Favored By: Gecko Slime

Entry: Surprisingly colorful, this hen subspecies is said to have a rare blue variety

Macaw Chickadoo
“Pretty in pink”

Description: A pink chickadoo

Petroleum Potato
“Mash these up and all you’ll get is gasoline”

Description: A sepia-colored potato

Favored By: Crude Slime

Seasons: Summer, Winter

Entry: The petroleum potato reeks of gasoline and exhaust from combustion engines. Not only that, but it tastes like them too. The only reason you should farm them is form slime food

Cinnamon Pepper
“Grind it up before adding it to your coffee”

Description: A chili pepper that has a yellow-to-brown coloration. Its tree has brown leaves and ivy growing over it

Favored By: Capsaicin Slime

Seasons: Spring, Summer

Entry: A very suitable substitute for both cinnamon and chili peppers, the cinnamon pepper tastes like a chili pepper normally, but when dried tastes like cinnamon. Its coloration is perfect for cafes.

Petroleum Jelly
“A goopy form of oil”

Type: Pump

Area: Igneous Archipelago

Rarity: Common

Description: Looks like sepia-colored deep brine with a tan cap

Entry: Petroleum jelly is a very unique substance and is formed very similarly to Jellystone. Petroleum jelly is a mixture of slime and filtered oil resulting in a chemical that can be used as fuel and as a gelatinous substance

New Slime Science Gadgets
Spotted Warp Depot
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Petroleum Jelly x3, Gecko Plort x20, Slime Fossil x3, Indigonium x1
Effect: Same as other warp depots

Spotted Teleporter
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Strange Diamond x1, Petroleum Jelly x5, Deep Brine x10, Gecko Plort x25
Effect: Same as other teleporters

Spotted Slime Lamp
Class: Decoration
Materials: Wild Honey x8, Deep Brine x8, Gecko Plort x12, Phosphor Plort x12
Effect: Same as other slime lamps, but produces beige light

Spotted Firework
Class: Curio
Materials: Petroleum x3, Gecko Plort x2, Battery Pack x1
Effect: Same as other fireworks, but produces a black and beige mortar

Obsidian Warp Depot
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Spiral Steam x3, Crude Plort x20, Slime Fossil x3, Wild Honey x1
Effect: Same as other warp depots

Obsidian Teleporter
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Strange Diamond x1, Petroleum Jelly x5, Wild Honey x10, Crude Plort x25
Effect: Same as other teleporters

Obsidian Slime Lamp
Class: Decoration
Materials: Deep Brine x8, Petroleum Jelly x8, Crude Plort x12, Phosphor Plort x12
Effect: Same as other slime lamps, but produces black light

Obsidian Firework
Class: Curio
Materials: Petroleum Jelly x3, Crude Plort x2, Battery Pack x1
Effect: Same as other fireworks, but produces an obsidian mortar

Crimson Warp Depot
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Petroleum Jelly x3, Capsaicin Plort x20, Slime Fossil x3, Indigonium x1
Effect: Same as other warp depots

Crimson Teleporter
Class: Warp Tech
Materials: Strange Diamond x1, Indigonium x5, Petroleum Jelly x10, Capsaicin Plort x25
Effect: Same as other teleporters

Crimson Slime Lamp
Class: Decoration
Materials: Indigonium x8, Petroleum Jelly x8, Capsaicin Plort x12, Phosphor Plort x12
Effect: Same as other slime lamps, but produces red light

Crimson Firework
Class: Curio
Materials: Indigonium x3, Capsaicin Plort x2, Battery Pack x1
Effect: Same as other fireworks, but produces a red mortar

Purple Palm
Class: Decoration
Materials: Indigonium x9, Petroleum Jelly x5, Gecko Plort x4
Effect: None

Dwarf Palm
Class: Decoration
Materials: Indigonium x7, Petroluem Jelly x5, Gecko Plort x5
Effect: None

Ivy Cliff
Class: Decoration
Materials: Capsaicin Plort x7, Rock Plort x10, Pepper Jam x4
Effect: None

Tar Pool
Class: Decoration
Materials: Crude Plort x8, Deep Brine x9, Petroleum Jelly x7
Effect: Slows down player

Tar Puddles
Class: Decoration
Materials: Crude Plort x6, Petroleum Jelly x6, Slime Fossil x4
Effect: Slows down player

Resources
Slimes: Pink, Rock, Tabby, Phosphor, Puddle, Gecko, Crude, Capsaicin
Fruit: Pogofruit, Cuberry, Mint Mango, Cinnamon Pepper
Veggies: Carrot, Heart Beet, Petroleum Potato
Meat: Hen Hen, Rostro, Chickadoo, Stony Hen, Stony Chickadoo, Macaw Hen, Macaw Chickadoo
Drill: Jellystone, Slime Fossil, Strange Diamond
Pump: Primordy Oil, Spiral Steam, Lava Dust, Petroleum Jelly
Apiary: Buzz Wax, Hexacomb, Royal Jelly
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