101Varia01Sat 6th Jul 2013 Musterd wrote: This one's not an arthropod, but it's a panarthropod, so I guess it counts. It's also probably my favorite animal. It's called a taridgrade, or water bear. They're only about half a millimeter long. They can survive freezing, burning, time, nuclear devastation, pretty much everything. When the humans are extinct... THE TARDIGRADES WILL RISE. Or maybe they'll just keep doing what they've been doing. It seems to be working pretty well for them. Wow, those things are incredible! I got a story idea for that: Iraq and other nations in southwestern Asia had sent secret groups to take control of foreign diseases, heat, and nuclear energy. The secret groups brought the materials back to the governments (The governments agreed to work together) so that they may create weapons to raid the U.S and Europe. The weapons would be bombs that contained thermonuclear diseases that spread on a wide radius. For Southwestern Asia was tired of American and European influence and wanted to regain their Muslim culture. They also took many glass panels to disguise their ships. Scouting ships quickly flew over to the U.S to weaken their forces, another went to Europe. 5 massive helicopters went to the U.S and 5 went to Europe. The U.S air force almost won the air fight while Europe failed. The scientists of the U.S and Europe were studying the water bears and finding out how to mix the water bears' DNA with theirs, so that they may become invincible. It is the only possible hope against southwestern Asia. Currently Playing: Metroid Prime 3, Zelda Twilight Princess, & Metroid Other M Hyped for: Sonic Lost World, Super Smash Bros 3DS, & Dream Team Even though I have beaten many of the games I'm still playing, I play them not to win, but to have fun.