Interesting. I'm enjoying hearing more about Legacy, they certainly make good for fascinating stuff.
Date: 09 Oct 2012 06:13
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Agreed - I like Legacy.
Legacy can't have had this family for long if no dead ropen have been found (unless they have long lifespans). How did they get them is the question that first jumps at me.
You say that the function of the glowing undersides is not clear, then a short bit later you say that it is a already partially deciphered, recreatable language. The only thing that isn't clear is why they "talk" when alone.
True, that is a bit unclear (sorry for the late reply).
From what I've read, ropen have sometimes been sighted simply glowing—and by that I mean for minutes at a time, or at times when there's no reason for them to light up. Currently editing to make that make more sense.
Time travel has demonstrated rather conclusively that Quetzalcoatlus was extremely fragile to the point where it is a small miracle it evolved at all, making mild interference in its evolution being likely.
Sorry, downvoted for sheer inaccuracy. Of one of the most annoying possible flavors (to me, as a sort of paleontology nerd).
Other than that, it's alright. Hm. I like the mental imagery of bioluminescent pterosaurs, but I'm not sure how much the rest grabs me.