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Curing the Tarr

Postby Charliethecadet » Tue Apr 17, 2018 4:35 pm

While I do not believe that curing a Tarr would ever make it to a game, it is quite an interesting thought. How do you think a Tarr would be cured, be it in a way applicable to the game, or a way that is just fascinating?
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby GravityCat » Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:12 am

Death is the cure
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Charliethecadet » Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:38 am

Can't argue with that.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Noggy05 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:19 pm

Reversing time.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby CrazeePi » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:41 pm

There is none because Tarr isn't a disease.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Purplecharmanderz » Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:21 pm

CrazeePi wrote:There is none because Tarr isn't a disease.

if anything it is an adaptation meant to keep slime populations under control to prevent massive populations from destroying the ecosystems in which they live and causing the slimes then to go extinct.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby GoldenLucky99 » Fri Apr 20, 2018 1:41 pm

GravityCat wrote:Death is the cure

BWAHHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHA

No really, though. Think of it as a bad disease that is only cured by death.

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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby treehugger0123 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:50 pm

ISTR reading on the wiki that Tarr return to being normal slimes when tossed into the slime sea.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby SlimeCrafter » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:59 pm

*Press X to doubt*
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby GravityCat » Sun Apr 22, 2018 4:58 am

treehugger0123 wrote:ISTR reading on the wiki that Tarr return to being normal slimes when tossed into the slime sea.


It has never said that, as far as I know. It goes into detail about how its health is increased at night and how to destroy them and how they destroy themselves after an hour, but never how to reverse the transformation.

Their slimepedia doesn't mention a reversal to the transformation either.

The Slime Sea page might mention how it's used as transportation, but doesn't mention Tarr.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Darko » Mon Apr 30, 2018 1:37 pm

Water/Slime sea = cure. BOOM Question answered
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby BlanketPI » Tue May 01, 2018 11:27 am

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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Fishkeeper » Tue May 01, 2018 7:52 pm

Filtering.
When a Tarr is dissolved by the Slime Sea, by being sprayed with water, or by running out of time and self-destructing, the components melt into the ground and seep around in the soil for awhile. Eventually, the slimes re-form and pop out of the ground, having been filtered back into plain slimes.

Or I assume.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Charliethecadet » Wed May 02, 2018 1:51 pm

That... actually makes sense. That's my new headcanon.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Randomtangle » Thu May 03, 2018 6:56 am

The slime sea is not composed of water.
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A long time ago, There were only Tarr, and Tarr came from the Tarr Pits, and the slime sea was covering the Dry Reef. Soon enough. the tectonics and moon and junk messed with the sea and made it engulf the Tarr pits. Then, the Dry Reef was raised above sea level, and the sea water mixed with the Tarr from the Tarr Pits and soon evolved into the slimes we know today. There was the Pure slime, and it mixed with the habitat in were it was created. Some pures decided not to mix and become just common slimes, The plants were nourished with primordial oil, the makeup of the slime sea, and they now feed slimes in the area special adapted foods. The rocks and everthing were covered and clumped together to make more pure slimes. All these slimes came from the tarr, so they could become tarr if they were mixed together, makeing the tarr makeup dominant to the normal slime makeup, so they became tarrs. These new Tarr, unlike the tarrs of old, were weak to water unlike there ancestors, which were actually great swimmers! These tarrs were unstable, and these unstable tarr needed to absorb more tarr material to stay alive. These tarr are the tarr we see today. The slime sea commonly sprays primorial oil (deluded mind you) on to the range. makeing new slimes emerge. Pure primordial oil can be mined, but we don't have the technology to make pure slimes. Tarr material is poisonous to humans and animals, so they get damaged.
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Re: Curing the Tarr

Postby Randomtangle » Thu May 03, 2018 8:59 am

I thought of this a long time ago. Not that I added on to that theory above.
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Tarr Backstory

Postby Randomtangle » Thu May 03, 2018 2:19 pm

Wise Scholar wrote:The slime sea is not composed of water.
A long time ago, There were only Tarr, and Tarr came from the Tarr Pits, and the slime sea was covering the Dry Reef. Soon enough. the tectonics and moon and junk messed with the sea and made it engulf the Tarr pits. Then, the Dry Reef was raised above sea level, and the sea water mixed with the Tarr from the Tarr Pits and soon evolved into the slimes we know today. There was the Pure slime, and it mixed with the habitat in were it was created. Some pures decided not to mix and become just common slimes, The plants were nourished with primordial oil, the makeup of the slime sea, and they now feed slimes in the area special adapted foods. The rocks and everthing were covered and clumped together to make more pure slimes. All these slimes came from the tarr, so they could become tarr if they were mixed together, makeing the tarr makeup dominant to the normal slime makeup, so they became tarrs. These new Tarr, unlike the tarrs of old, were weak to water unlike there ancestors, which were actually great swimmers! These tarrs were unstable, and these unstable tarr needed to absorb more tarr material to stay alive. These tarr are the tarr we see today. The slime sea commonly sprays primorial oil (deluded mind you) on to the range. makeing new slimes emerge. Pure primordial oil can be mined, but we don't have the technology to make pure slimes. Tarr material is poisonous to humans and animals, so they get damaged.


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