BONSAI LABS

BONSAI LABS
#26
what if we took the wilty clovette


and put it somewhere else. Problem solved if you can't see it.
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#27
(09-14-2018, 07:13 AM)Gen Wrote: »>apply kisses to wilty clovette to improve condition. Hypothesis: kisses make everything better.

(09-14-2018, 04:31 AM)tronn Wrote: »>introduce clovette friend
>try injecting the wilted one with green extract to see if it grows better

You feel a little bad for wilting this Clovette so quickly. You give it a careful little smooch (on the side you didn’t apply the extract to) to make it feel better.

It seems to get a little fussy.

… okay, now that you’ve tried that, you’re going to try something you think will actually make it less sick. You’re pretty sure Green extract will reverse wilting and encourage growth, so you apply a drop to a cotton swab and rub it onto the Clovette.

While you wait for the extract to take effect, you decide to get the other sprouts from the garden and introduce them to the Playground.

After another 15 minutes

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You now have two moderately-healthy Clovettes, and one Flysnap.
You decide to keep the second one free of tests, as a control case, so you add a small band to its back leg.

You also decide, next time you use an extract, you’ll dilute it. Partly so you won’t go through your extracts so fast, but also to see if it will make the effects less drastic. Now, rather than 4-5 extracts of each color, you have 8-10.

Now… the next two extracts you need to see the effects of are the Blue and Gold extracts. It’s not guaranteed, but you expect the Blue extract to make a Clovette develop claws? Or horns? And the Gold extract would, uh… make it... happy? The effects of Gold mutations have always been a bit unclear to you, but you heard it seems to have something to do with hunger.

You also think you should probably leave the first Clovette alone for a while - it looks like it’s shaking a little.
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#28
>Let's apply a dose of Blue extract to the Flysnap.
I don't trust the flysnap to not try and eat a clovette with a gold dose, one clovette is currently shaking, and the other is our clovette control. So, flysnap dosing it is.
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#29
definitely blue the flytrap,

plant another flytrap and plant more clovettes
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#30
(09-20-2018, 06:42 AM)Arcanuse Wrote: »Let's apply a dose of Blue extract to the Flysnap.
I don't trust the flysnap to not try and eat a clovette with a gold dose, one clovette is currently shaking, and the other is our clovette control. So, flysnap dosing it is.
(09-20-2018, 09:51 AM)Solaris Wrote: »definitely blue the flytrap,

plant another flytrap and plant more clovettes

Seconding both!
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#31
also what would happen if you dosed yourself
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#32
>Add gold extract to the pool, see what happens when a clovette frolics in it
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#33
Seconding adding an extract to the pool
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#34
Let's not contaminate the only source of water in our experiment area with untested substances.
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#35
Gold in the pool--two doses of our dilute extract, at that
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#36
Its water, if we want more we can just run some from the tap.
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#37
make another pool (or several) to use as a control, and restrict access to the contaminated pool until we activate another clovette to test it on.
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