Posted by Conjoined at shoulder

Isabella Lena (#49545)

Deathlord of the Jungle
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Posted on
2016-09-11 05:50:12
These cubs are conjoined by flesh and skin at there shoulders. Appears at birth. It will be lethal.

I think some should die on day 1 while others could last to day 5. It depends on the drawers/mods

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This suggestion has 136 supports and 19 NO supports.



Edited on 16/11/16 @ 08:47:10 by Isabella Lena (#49545)

G A L E R O N (#17195)

Deathlord of the Jungle
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Posted on
2016-11-16 01:38:24
Hey there, Isabella Lena! :)

I was actually about to post an idea similar to this one called "Mutation Gemini" Where the cub would have two heads and twin tails! So If it is okay with you, I would like to post the image I made here of the Adult lioness with the mutation to give a better picture on the mutation, and to help with supports! ^^



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Edited on 16/11/16 @ 08:39:29 by Sun&Moon (#17195)

Liger Z
(intersteller king) (#75399)

Prince of the Savannah
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Posted on
2017-02-11 09:17:01
you know this could potentially not be lethal at least not automatically i mean yeah the lion or lioness would be unable to hunt or patrol but the way there attached doesn't interfere with anything major as long as it's just them being sharing the shoulder this could potentially not be automatically lethal and while they might die somewhere between 2 and 14 years they might survive better then the cub conjoined at the bottom



Edited on 11/02/17 @ 16:17:24 by Liger Z (skyward lion lover) (#75399)

Isabella Lena (#49545)

Deathlord of the Jungle
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Posted on
2017-02-17 03:42:21
Liger@ Most in lion packs. The weak ones are left to die.... This is Obvious a weak cub(s)... So it is only fair to compaire it with a wild lion. I know we have "strange"mutations. But i think some of those should be lethal to so...


Kat (#110162)

Indifferent
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Posted on
2017-07-04 15:37:19
I support as non lethal


Anonymous (#44152)

Demonic
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Posted on
2017-07-04 15:40:15
Support as lethal mutation I don't really see how they'd survive to adulthood being attached in the wild.


Sunnie (#88088)

Majestic
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Posted on
2017-07-05 21:34:41
I definitely don't see a reason it can't be a nonlethal- we have another mutations that would be lethal irl, but aren't lethal on Lioden- think about blind and eyeless lions.


Beastiewoof (#190599)

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Posted on
2020-02-28 06:00:23
Support! But i think it should be like the deaf lionesses, who die earlier then most but still become adults