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had a bad weekend so far

first i was sick for Saturday and sunday

then i had to take my cat into the vet and found out she has a urinary infection so were giving her medicine for that

then gravity and the stairs led to my computers untimely end on the same day as the vet. 

so hopefully i can save up and get a new one within a reasonable amount of time. 
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Native name: Kapowiung
Insect type: dragonfly
Location: slow moving section of the rivers, swampland and mangroves
Size
Wingspan: 5 inches
Diet: every other Insectoid on the island except the kesawai as well as tadpoles, fry fish and occasional cannibalism.
Native use:  food source for the quick of hand.  

Native name: kesawai
Insect type: giant water bug
Location: swampland and mangroves
Size
Length: 5 inches.
Diet: fry fish, Kapowiung and both tadpole and small portaknuir.
Native use: food source for the careful due to their pincers giving the same pain as a wasp or bee sting.

Native name: Telintarka
Insectoid type: earwig
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Length: 3 inches
Diet: fruit, dung, baby scorpions, baby tarantulas, baby crabs and eardrums of sleeping natives.
Native use: none. In fact as previously stated they will devour the eardrums of sleeping natives unless they stuff their ears with moss before bed. If not all they can do is rip it out which takes a chunk of their eardrum with it.

Native name: Kekorohi
Insectoid type: cockroach
Location: lowland jungles.
Size
Length: 4 inches
Width: 2 inches
Wingspan: 7.5 inches
Weight: 1.2 ounces.
Diet: fruit and carrion.
Native use: food source

Native name: Popokurayap
Insectoid type: termite
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Average length: 1.5 inches
Queen: 15 inches
Diet: grass and wood
Native use: food source for the determined due to digging out the 30 foot mounds that are as hard as concrete.

Native name: belmagwhit
Insectoid type: grasshopper
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Length: 4 inches
Wingspan: 3 inches
Weight: 2.5 ounces
Diet: leaves, fruit, tree sap, hatchlings and cannibalism
Native use: food source especially when they swarm….unfortunately for the natives when the belmagwhit swarm they devour just 128 million tons of plant matter turning a 5th of the island into a greenless void before stopping after a month and a half making competition for food that much more desperate.

Native name: kumbapok
Insectoid type: beetle
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Wingspan: 8 inches
Length: 7 inches
Weight: 8 ounces.
Diet: eats fruit, rotten wood, leaves, and tree sap.
Native use: food source.

Native name
Insectoid type: fly
Location: everywhere on land
Size
Length: 1.5 inches
Diet: dung and carrion
Native use: speed training because smacking these fast buggers is harder than it looks.

Native name: puwagerl
Insectoid type:  giant spider
Location: both in the high and lowland jungles as well as the mangroves and swamps.
Size
Legspan: 12 inches
Weight: 1/3rd lb.
Fangs: 2 inches
Diet: insects, small mammals, small reptiles and hatchlings.
Native use: food source for the brave due to its venom being strong enough to drop a 35 ton animal and is able to run at 2ft per second.

Native name: Lebahpi
Insectoid type: bee/wasp
Location: both in the high and lowland jungles
Size
Length: 3.25 inches
Diet: fruit, its own honey, and the larvae readily devour pre killed puwagerl.
Native use: the honey is eaten by the brave who smoke out the hives so as not to be injected with its flesh dissolving venom and unlike bee’s they do not lose their stinger after a single sting.

Native name: kamimura
Insectoid type: praying mantis
Location: everywhere with land
Size
Length: 1.5 feet
Wingspan: 6 inches
Diet: insects, hatchlings, small mammals, young frogs, smaller scorpions and spiders, small fish and cannibalism.
Native use: none.

Native name: padetink
Insectoid type: centipede
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Length: 1ft 1 inch
Diet: anything up to 10 inches long.
Native use: none and is generally avoided due to its bite causing anaphylactic shock.

Native name: ngeta
Insectoid type: moth
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Wingspan: 1 ft
Diet: plants, blood and sap.
Native use: none but it’s pretty to look at and a crack from its wings can be heard 100 feet away.

Native name: Kalajenipa
Insectoid type: scorpion
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Length: 8.5 inches
Weight: 2 ounces.
Diet: insects, spiders, smaller lizards and small mammals.
Native use: food source for the careful due to painful sting and finger breaking pincers.

Native name: kulu
Insectoid type: millipede
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Length: 1ft
Diet: fungus, rotting leaves, dung, snails and small centipedes
Native use: none since touching them makes them curl into a ball and begin secreting a liquid that cause’s pain, blisters, itching and cracked skin and if the fumes from the liquid get into the eyes it causes extreme eye irritation.

Native name: giansl
Insectoid type: amphibious snail
Location: everywhere on and off the island
Size
Length: 3ft long
Weight: 40 lbs
Diet: leaves, bark, fruit, carrion and fish.
Native use: food source for the brave due to its fatal venom.

Native name: woug
Insectoid type: stick bug
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Length: 2ft
Weight: 2.5 ounces.
Diet: leaves
Native use: none due its spines, its bodily secretions that cause a stinging and burning sensation in the eyes and mouth, vomit up its last meal or swing its back spiked legs together like a vice crushing smaller foes like an iron maiden or draw blood from a larger threat.

Native name: tanur
Insectoid type: ant
Location: everywhere but the mangroves
Size
Length: 1/3rd of an inch.
Diet: anything that gets in the way during the colonies march.
Native use: none. In fact the natives prefer to stay clear of the colony.

Native name: vireo
Insectoid type: giant vinegaroon
Location: lowland jungles
Size
Length: 3.3 inches
Weight: 0.44 ounces
Diet: other Insectoids.
Native use: none due to pinchers and irritating spray.
insectoids of landofgiants
alright everything that creeps and crawls on the island of landofgiants XD

landofgiants (C) of my, myself and i dbzfan001
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Native name: temoana
Ancestor: Nanosiren
Location: both freshwater and saltwater habitats of the island.
Size
Length: 9 meters
Weight: 10 tons
Diet: aquatic vegetation.
Native use: not only as a food source but its hide is used to make shields and shoes as well as its fat being used as both like butter and when melted can help keep fire going.

Native name: hirineimo
Ancestor: Allodesmus
Location: beaches and the surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 7 meters
Weight: 5.5 tons.
Diet: fish, berguiwa and occasional cannibalism.
Native use: food source for the brave.

Native name: otaberng
Ancestor: Castorocauda
Location: freshwater and saltwater sources of the island.
Size
Length: 1.8 meters
Weight: 100 lbs
Diet: fish, crustaceans, baby malwourkpined and baby haumea.
Native use: food source and pelts for clothing.

Native name: bajingterk
Ancestor: Volaticotherium
Location: both in the high and low elevations of the jungle.
Size
Length: 2 ft
Weight: 1.1 lbs
Diet: insects, fruit, nuts and seeds.
Native use: food source.

Native name: matkuld
Newcomer name: giant hedgehog
Location: both in the high and low elevations of the jungle
Size
Length: 1ft 3.5 inches
Weight: 5.5 lbs.
Diet: insects, snails, carrion, young portaknuir and fallen fruit.
Native use: food source for the careful.

Native name: khunisap
Ancestor:  Repenomamus Giganticus
Location: both in the high and lowland jungles.
Size
Height: 1.5ft
Length:  4ft 4 inches long
Weight: 70 lbs
Diet: bajingterk, portaknuir, snails, nuts, fallen fruit, leaves, insects, honey combs, eggs, hatchlings and carrion.
Native use: food source for the brave.
mammals of landofgiants
and here are the mammals native to the island :)

landofgiants (C) me, myself and i dbzfan001
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Native name: pohekurlsain
Ancestor: Leedsichthys
Location: surrounding ocean.
Size
Length: 33 meters
Weight: 210 tons
Diet: consists of plankton and schools of small fish.
Native use: food source for the extremely brave or desperate.

Native name: besakin
Ancestor: Mawsonia
Location: both freshwater and saltwater areas.
Size
Length: 6 meters
Weight: 3 tons.
Diet: smaller fish
Predators: malwourkpined
Native use: food source

Native name: morishank
Ancestor: Lepidotes
Location: both freshwater and saltwater areas
Size
Length: 3 meters
Weight: 700 lbs
Diet: water plants  
Native use: food source.

Native name: huidak
Ancestor:  Onchopristis
Location: both freshwater and saltwater areas
Size
Length: 10 meters
Weight: 3 tons.
Diet: smaller fish.
Native use: food source and warriors cut off its rostrum and divide it to make as a potent weapon.

Native name: Marsaten
Ancestor: Tusoteuthis
Location: the surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 21.3 meters
Weight: 4 tons
Diet: fish big and small with the exception of pohekurlsain but also eats young wakpaka that fly to close to the water’s surface.
Native use: food source for the very brave or desperate.

Native name: khuibatum
Ancestor: Ptychodus
Location:  the shallow water of the coast.
Size
Length: 9 meters
Weight: 4 tons
Diet: besarnui
Native use: food for the brave.

Native name: ukulele
Ancestor: Enchodus
Location: the surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 6 meters
Weight: 1.25 tons
Diet: smaller fish
Native use: food for the brave.

Native name: Besarnui
Ancestor: Inoceramus
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Width: 3 meters
Weight: 3 tons.
Diet: plankton
Native use: food and on rare occasions the 80 inch in diameter, 112 lb. pearl that can be found is a prized gift used by men to “get the girl” so to speak.

Native name: Fabarti
Ancestor: Bawitius
Location: rivers and streams of the island
Size
Length: 5 meters
Weight: 800 lbs.
Diet: smaller fish.
Native use: food source.

Native name: ikantod
Ancestor: Protosphyraena perniclosa
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 5 meters
Weight: 2600 lbs.
Diet: fish smaller than it
Native use: food source for the brave

Native name: torinaga
Ancestor: Parapuzosia seppenradensis
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Diameter: 11ft
Weight: 1.5 tons
Diet: smaller fish.
Native use: if a hollow shell washes up on the beach they will use stones to break apart the shell to use as spearheads, axe heads or shields.

Native name: upokealdir
Ancestor: Caproberyx
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 4 inches
Diet: plankton
Native use: food source.

Newcomer name: ocean sunfish
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Fin width: 14ft
Length: 3 meters
Weight: 2.5 tons
Diet: jellyfish, upokealdir, and aquatic grass.
Native use: food source

Native name: ulomapai
Newcomer name: giant eel
Location: the surrounding ocean, the mangroves and in freshwater rivers.
Size
Length: 4 meters
Weight: 250 lbs.
Diet: any fish up to a foot wide.
Native use: food source.

Name: milkfish
Location: all water sources.
Size
Length: 1.8 meters
Weight: 31 lbs.
Diet: plankton
Native use: food source

Name: Nile perch
Location: rivers of the island.
Size
Length: 2 meters
Weight: 440 lbs
Diet: fish.
Native use: food source

Name: Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1.9 meters
Weight: 150 lbs.
Diet: fish and shrimp.
Native use: food source

Name: flathead mullet
Location: freshwater rivers, mangroves and the coastline.
Size
Length: 2.5 feet
Weight: 8.5 lbs
Diet: carrion and algae
Native use: food source

Name: South American pilchard
Location: coastal areas
Size
Length: 13 inches
Weight: 1 lb.
Diet: plankton
Native use: food source.

Name: speckled pavon
Location: rivers of the island.
Size
Length: 1 meter
Weight: 26 lbs.
Diet: smaller fish
Native use: food source.

Name: titan shrimp
Location: all water sources on the island
Size
Length: 1ft
Weight: ½ lb.
Diet: plankton and carrion.
Native use: food source.

Name: blue striped grunt
Location: mangroves and the coast
Size
Length: 1.5 feet
Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Diet: small titan shrimp.
Native use: food source

Name: greater amberjack
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1.9 meters
Weight: 150 lbs
Diet: smaller fish.
Native use: food source

Name: pacific jack mackerel
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 2ft 2 inches
Weight: 10 lbs.
Diet: plankton
Native use: food source.

Name: King mackerel
Location: surrounding ocean.
Size
Length: 4.5 ft.
Weight: 90 lbs
Diet: smaller fish
Native use: food source

Name: Giant trevally
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1.8 meters
Weight: 180 lbs
Diet: smaller fish
Native use: food source

Name: giant crab
Location: can be found in the surrounding ocean, coastal waters, mangroves, beaches, swamps and in the lowland section of the jungle.
Size
Shell width: 2.5ft
Weight: 42 lbs.
Diet: small clams, shrimp, small jumbo crayfish, algae, leaves, fruits, nuts, seeds, flowers, fallen coconuts, dung, carrion, snails, small fish, insects, small mammals up to 6 inches long, young turtles and are prone to cannibalism if the opportunity presents itself.
Native use: food source for the careful due to its habit of breaking finger bones with its claws.

Name: jumbo crayfish
Location: the surrounding ocean, mangroves, swamps, and freshwater rivers.
Size
Length: 1 meter
Weight: 45 lbs.
Diet: carrion and dead plant matter.
Native use: food source for the careful due to its ability to break arms and shin bones with its claws.

Name: giant spotted eagle ray
Location: surrounding ocean as well as all fresh and brackish water within the island.
Size
Width: 9 meters
Length: 5 meters
Weight: 1.5 tons
Diet: small fish, jumbo crayfish, giant crab, titan shrimp, and young besarnui.
Native use: the areas surrounding the eyes, the “wings”, and liver are eaten while the rest of the meat is used as fish bait and the 2ft stinger is used as a harpoon point.

Name: rainbow runner
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1.8 meters
Weight: 102 lbs.
Diet: smaller fish
Native use: food source.

Name: Indian threadfish
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1.6 meters
Weight: 55 lbs
Diet: smaller fish and titan shrimp
Native use: food source

Name: Crevalle jack
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1.3 meters
Weight: 70 lbs
Diet: smaller fish, titan shrimp, young giant crab and plankton.
Native use: food source

Name: two spot red snapper
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1 meter
Weight: 30 lbs
Diet: smaller fish and titan shrimp
Native use: food source

Name: Torpedo scad
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 1 meter
Weight: 9 lbs.
Diet: smaller fish and plankton.
Native use: food source

Name: Bluestreak cleaner wrasse
Location: surrounding ocean
Size
Length: 5 inches
Diet: parasites, dead tissue, and anything stuck inside a larger fish’s mouth.
Native use: will sometimes use these fish to pick off any dead skin or if something is stuck in their teeth.
fish of landofgiants
granted not all of them are fish but some of these were to few in number to make their own profile so yeah

also you'll notice some of them don't have names given by natives. this is because lost english travelers who shipwrecked on the island taught them the English names and they stuck.
although the real story is that i couldn't figure out anymore crazy names XD

landofgiants (C) me, myself and i dbzfan001
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One can challenge the ruler to a fight; if the challenger wins he becomes the new king and gets 1 week to rest before being challenged. The king has the job of ruler, high priest and judge as well as executioner.
Law is held via the criminal depending on the crime must get a set number of individuals prepared to swear an oath to his innocence, if said number is not met then he must prove it in a trial by combat.

Warfare is restricted to raiding other planets for resources sending in 1000 individuals during times without a full moon to less than 10 during a full moon for those who don’t know how to use the power ball technique.

Settlements consist usually of no more than 10 households outside the grand city

The minimal age for men to be married is 12 while for women it is 16.

Young babies train for combat as early as possible with their mothers and are sent to worlds with weaker life forms around the age of 4 and are escorted back to their homeworld only after the indigenous population is either incredibly low or completely wiped out.

From the time they return until they are simply to old saiyans are often warriors but if they are deemed too weak they work in the meat industry where they butcher and transport meat.

Clothing is made up of special armor that can expand to any size with fur clothing underneath; armor without shoulder pads is considered military clothing while armor with shoulder pads and capes is considered formal wear. Saiyans being beings that are able to use internal energy as a weapon do not carry axes and such but some saiyans that are skilled with swords will carry it around with them at all times.
saiyan culture
this is just my interpretation of what the saiyan culture may have been like by cross referencing materials from both human warrior cultures and what Ive seen in both the anime and in the fan manga dragon ball multiverse.

dragonball z (C) funimation and akira toriyama

dragonball multiverse (C) Salagir and Gogeta Jr.
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had a bad weekend so far

first i was sick for Saturday and sunday

then i had to take my cat into the vet and found out she has a urinary infection so were giving her medicine for that

then gravity and the stairs led to my computers untimely end on the same day as the vet. 

so hopefully i can save up and get a new one within a reasonable amount of time. 
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:iconvidkid19962:
vidkid19962 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hiya Dbz how are you doing? ^^
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vidkid19962 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How was your day today Dbz? owo
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  Student Writer
its been alright.
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vidkid19962 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thats good x3
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vidkid19962 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How are you dbz?
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GodzillaDanger101 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Student Artist
Hey.
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Student Writer
sorry for the late reply how r u?
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:icongodzilladanger101:
GodzillaDanger101 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Student Artist
Fine.
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Student Writer
sorry for the late reply. good to hear
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lovewithwar Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014
hey
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014  Student Writer
hey love whats goin on? its been a while.
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lovewithwar Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014
nothing much. i know
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Student Writer
how have you been?
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GodzillaDanger101 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Student Artist
Get my reply?
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Student Writer
just did
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GodzillaDanger101 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Student Artist
Did what?
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Student Writer
i forget XD
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GodzillaDanger101 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Student Artist
Did you see my newest journal?
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dbzfan001 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Student Writer
yes and unfortunately i am neither of those. i can give ideas for character design but that's about it. vnv
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GodzillaDanger101 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Student Artist
You do know how the characters look in the cartoon right? All I plan to do is to add a few things. Any ideas?
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