The Berkeloid replacements were to be known as "Azores," and they would be found around the celery-stalk woods, chopping pieces off of the trees that would bounce around.
The Lick and Treasure Eater replacements were Vrungs, who were pretty horrible gender stereotypes. I'm glad I never finished them. The little lady versions would "clean up" the point items, while the thuggish man versions would swing their wrenches at you. They were the primary denizens of the planet, and had helped construct some of Mortimer's ships.
The Mimrocks were some sort of security system for the factories, while the Poison Slug replacements were spider-like things that would crawl through the ductwork inside the factories. I spent a while considering how to make the ductwork big enough for Keen to navigate without distracting from the look of the factories themselves.
- Thanks for telling us the names of the creatures and what they're meant to do, Xky Rauh! Anyway, I've been looking through the sprites, and I found sprites for replacements of the Skypest and Bounder. Before I upload images of them to the article, I was wondering if you had any names for them and wouldn't mind telling them.
- By the way, for future reference, whenever you reply in a talk page, you should sign your comment with four tildes, which will turn into your signature once you save it. Quinton (talk) 23:42, 12 October 2018 (UTC)
- Let's see if I can figure out how to do it this time. :) The Bounder replacements never had a name. I knew they were platforms and could be used as platforms, and that's as far as I got in the editing process. I spent most of my time trying to figure out how to edit the Vrung swing distance and jump height. I don't even remember what the Skypest replacement was supposed to be. It almost looks like a fish! Haha. XkyRauh ([User talk:XkyRauh|talk]]) 09:00, 17 June 2019 (PST)