It's the penultimate day of the CCSF - times flies fast. Here are today's releases.


A new toy for creatures of land and sea alike.

Third Ship by Allekha

"I saw three ships... or in this case, I saw one. It's cute, though, and small. It should be able to float on water, though it might occasionally be a bit glitchy. Of course, it can serve perfectly well as a toy for your landlubbing creatures, too."


Finally, here are the improved Grendels to go with your improved Ettins.

Bonewall Grendels by Venithil

"Genetic breed based on existing Creature 2 Breeds. Aiming to improve intelligence, limit parental inbreeding, add family-related instincts, avoid wallbonking, and introduce single toxin resistance genes to populations. Uses Boney Grendel sprites."

Mysteries of The Shee interactive fiction by Nornbreeder

A fun piece of interactive fiction (a choose-your-own adventure type of story).

"An interactive story with a high level of replayability. Note that some of the endings have a bit of graphic violence."

Storm Shee Coloring Page by Splincer

I hope you guys like coloring, because here's another high-quality page for you to apply your artistic tools of choice to.

"The image is large, but it should print out fine on a normal sized sheet of paper (8.5 inch x 11 inch), if anyone wishes to do so.

The story behind this particular Shee is fairly simple:

Long ago before storms would hit coastal areas of Albia, fisherman would report seeing something large in the water. The water would distort what it actually was, and it moved quickly so no one got a really good look at it. Whatever the creature was came to be thought of as a sea and storm god due to the storms that would follow it's arrival and the fact that it lived in the water. Perhaps the creature was a Mernorn or several trying to get away from the oncoming storm, a large fish, or some other creature. Whatever it was, we now have this unnamed fellow."

Today's Wiki Scavenger Hunt Clue:
"Our home, once a bright and air-filled place, now a flooded and dark haven for our aquatic kind. The birds above us can only watch as we go about our daily lives, not daring once to fly down here, all with the exception of the one which dives."