Originally Posted by C'nor
Alright, sounds good. What specific changes need to be made to that scene?
A cut of and/or access to the ships would certainly be doable. It makes it easier for them to trade for surface stuff if the Merrow can get it anyway, since that means that they don't have to deal with humans (unlike the Merrow, they have to eat sapients, since they're the only ones with the right sort of emotions, and humans are the most common people sailing, so they tend to prey on them quite often.)
Also, speaking of half-sea-people, if the Merrow and Merfolk have fish tails where their legs should be, how do they reproduce?
It seems like the species should require some sort of magic to have started, and more to maintain their numbers, but I haven't seen anything about that in their Story Elements.
In addition, speaking of Story Elements, any tips on how to write up the Sireni? I'm not really too sure how one goes about defining a species in something like this.
I would assume they reproduce the same way many fish like some sharks and others do, and all cetaceans do, using the same general kind of reproductive organs humans have, perhaps somewhat modified for underwater usage.
I mean the lower half of their body is much less humanoid, but that doesn't mean they wouldn't have the same sort of reproductive organs many animals do. They're probably just hidden most of the time, like a great deal of animals' are.
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