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Precisions about what is Felarya and what it is not :…
The disclaimer ( read if you plan to submit some ideas ) :…

Also don't forget to give credits to the people who came up with the ideas you are using. Even a short mention thanking them or a link to the wiki page where the idea is coming from is enough but don't forget it ! Having your work included and displayed into the Felarya group is conditional on you giving due credits. Don't forget to ask for a character author's permission before using one of their characters as well !

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Multi Winners ! :
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Rules and Guidelines

Welcome to #Felarya ! :dance:

This group is centered on the Felarya universe :…
A land of adventures, wonders, great dangers, legendary treasures, and voracious giant ladies XP

The group is meant to be a giant directory to help keeping track of any work ( writting, drawing, journals, articles ) made by the community.
Anyone is very much welcome to join :D

Before that however, here are some rules and guidelines as to how the group work. Please read before joining !

:star::star::star: Members
Membership to this group is totally free. However it's best to join if you share an interest in Felarya, and if you can do with the fetishes it has been founded on, namely giantess and vore. I'm well aware it's not everyone's cup of tea, but a minimum tolerance to it is in order to enjoy the group. If you *hate* those, you will likely only find troubles there, and should definitely NOT join.
As members you are allowed to submit deviations into the galleries.

The gallery is divided into several sections :

- Featured : This section is dedicated to art based on Felarya. It can be a fanart of a particular character, a scenery etc.. Please only submit work that are at a decent level, with a minimum time invested on it... I'd rather not see stickfigures done in MS paint there ^^;

- Felarya writing : This section is created for stories based on Felarya.

For bios of a particular character, an idea about a new creature, a location etc... please post them in the Bios and ideas section.

- Animations, sprites and icons : Pretty much self-explanatory. It includes little flash games as well ^^

-WIP : Post in that gallery your doodles and works in progress to receive advices or criticism.

- Comics and strips : Sequential art goes there. Depending on the drawing, a two panels picture can qualify as a comic or not. you decide.

- Vore : Here goes giantess vore pictures. Only explicit vore should go here, otherwise, pick the "featured" gallery. Non-Felaryan giantess vore material is accepted as well.

In case your deviation fits in two sections in the same time, just pick one of your choice. It may be moved later though.

:star::star::star: Rules and guidelines for the group.

- First you must remain polite and civil. Trolling won't be accepted. If, for example, you are here either for having a good lulz at the expense of others or bash vore, you are definitely not welcome and will be banned.

- Publishing a blog entry in order to flame something or someone won't be accepted. Also in general, publish one only if you have something important and Felarya-related to say. Don't use them for personnal things or as you would use Twitter..

- gatekeeping won't be accepted. There are some people who think they somehow hold the truth of what Felarya is ( or should be ) and attack others for not submitting to those views and basically ruin their experience. I don't want to see any such things there.

I think this covers it all. I want the group to be a pleasant place for everyone to share their ideas, creations and interest in Felarya. Have fun ! :D

Is the group actually useful in your opinion ? 

341 deviants said Yes it is
98 deviants said Not sure
34 deviants said Not really



Crisis says...

Long Live Felarya !!!

Recent Journal Entries

Having finally finished all the work I need to do during the summer, I'm going away to relax! :) I will, mostly likely, be almost entirely offline until the end of the month, though I may check in now and then.

In other words, please hold your submissions to the group gallery for the time being. (And yes, Shady, I know what you're going to say, but it's no great crisis for the gallery to be dormant for a short while. :))
Hi, I'm :iconshady-knight:  You might remember me from such stories as the To The Haunted Woods series and the on-going Big City Life saga.  As you are no doubt aware, there has been a discussion going on the forum about re-evaluating certain aspects of the setting.  Well, I've got some good news, two new discussions have emerged following the first discussion.  The first of such is a discussion about developing Kortiki Town.  You all know what Kortiki Town is, right?  Well, that place has a lot of potential, so it'd be nice to give it some attention to help it flourish.  The second discussion is more so a compilation of what you think are the most fundamental aspects of Felarya, what you think are the most essential and vital aspects of the setting that cannot be removed under any circumstances.  I'll leave a pair of links to the discussions down below for you to read.  If you want to add to either discussion, by all means, you can make an account on the forum, or just participate in the comment section of this very blog.  :icondevastar: will probably compile both discussions so we don't have to.  Ain't he just swell?

Let's talk about Kortiki:…

Felarya Fundamentals:…

On the subject of development, while developing the wiki so that new ideas help develop the setting and updating things so that it evolve from a patchwork of outdated and fresh ideas into something that's hopefully clear and cohesive is all well and nice, no matter how many ideas get added, it's ultimately all for naught if they don't get used in stories and/or pictures, isn't it?  So out of pure scientific curiosity, how do you use ideas already listed in the wiki?  What role do they serve in your stories?  Do you go out of your way to use ideas that are rarely used, or do you stick to the same tried and true ones?  Please, feel free to post your opinions in the comment section.

While on the subject of stories, you may or may not be aware that there is a bit of schism about how stories in Felarya should be made or be about.  Some people like the usual vore and fetish-centric stories that don't take themselves very seriously, but others think the place has a lot of untapped potential that's worth exploring, or they'd like something more serious and "realistic".  So, also out of scientific curiosity, what do you guys like to see in stories about Felarya?  What themes do you prefer to explore?  Vore?  Fetish?  Fantasy?  Sci-fi?  The sense of wonder?  The everyday life in Negav?  Something else?  What is your preferred tone in a story?  Do you like something serious and dark with an ongoing plot, do you prefer something lighthearted that doesn't take itself very seriously, something in-between?  How do you think a story should be written?  Please, feel free to post what your thoughts in the comment section.

And now, everyone's favorite thing ever, a shameless plug!  Me and my buddy(?) :iconxxamaroqxx: have been updating certain races in the wiki.  Most of their articles were very bare and only gave the races very little unique characteristics to help them stand out from humans.  Now they have received much more fleshed out entries oozing with delicious extra details.  More details in fact that you probably won't know what to do with them all.  So, if you want to see their shiny new articles with all the extra juicy added details, I'll post links down below.







You can be sure that more races will be updated later down the line.  Until then, toodles!
Greetings anew.

For those who missed the discussion, I decided to write a compilation of the subjects touched upon in the discussions in the forum and the latest blogpost. There were over 48 forum posts and 103 dA comments. It's only 151; gotta catch 'em all!

I've checked with everyone in here to be sure that their position hasn't been misrepresented by yours truly. Some people could not be reached for comment: their points of view are stil in the discussion proper, but have not been represented in the abridged version.


DarkOne at the forums got the ball rolling by pointing out that Felarya started out as camp and carnivalesque. Then people started making more serious material, completely contrary in tone to the source material. While it had its weaknesses, people at least knew what they were doing.

DarkOne: "You end up with a setting that in someways too silly to be taken seriously and too serious to be taken light heartily [...] This is an issue that can’t be fixed by burying it under the whims of the contributors, piling on new races, cities, magic systems and weapons and so on would do nothing but dress up the already schizophrenic setting with even more trifles and window dressing."

He made two suggestions: either giving it a sense of purpose and direction, or restructuring it so it had a mythology rather than a canon. We'll touch upon them later. Karbo said he agreed.

Karbo: "yes there is no denying that there is schizophrenia in Felarya and what it is and what it's trying to be. And you are also right when you point at me trying to have it both way..
Because the thing is I like both of those aspects.
I like the light-hearted, fetishy, wacky premise of Felarya. Without them i feel the world would lose a lot of its identity and appeal and become too generic.
But on the other hand I really love the more realistic world-building aspect of it. it adds hugely to the identity of Felarya and without it, Felarya would lose a lot of its identity as well and becomes too shallow. But I have to agree that the more it goes, the more this double identity disparity is growing and is becoming quite problematic. it makes its development feels like a jigsaw puzzle or a tightrope walker act at times.  There is some thinking to do on what exactly Felarya is and where we go from there. And perhaps some retcons could be in order as well."
P.S: "on second thought, I owuld [would] have perhaps insisted less on the dual identity of Felarya being a problem and more on how to make things clearer"

jedi-explorer: "This [Karbo's position on tone] I agree with heavily! I try to balance the horror and suspense with light heartedness and comedy. I'd hate to see either dissapear froom Felarya entirely."

And then it started.


The themes that were discussed individually were vore and realism.

Archmage Bael: "I think realism is important and should be included where we can. Though the problem I think is that most people try for earthly realism inclusions, and Felarya's realism will be a lot different, as long as we keep that in mind, 'realism' should be fine. (once again reiterating that 'realism' for felarya is different than 'realism' for earth)"

DarkOne: "The realistic world building of Felarya has always been in reaction to the fetish premise and try to make it realistic simply for the sake of making it realistic, and not making it realistic because there's an idea behind it that requires that realism. The humour likewise is generally for the sake of humour. There's not many moments in Felarya where the lighter moments and the serious moments work together towards a higher purpose."

Krisexy26: "the other thing i saw was people arguing about the vore fetish aspect. just take away an inch of it, and you lose all the purpose of felarya. felarya is vore world and should stay vore world, because it is the best vore world ever created. without vore, felarya just become boring ecchi sexiness boring world like any other fetish-fantasy based world. felarya is great because it is the only good vore world availble on the entire planet and it needs to stay that way."

Claire: "I don't understand why people keep saying Felarya is "more" then a fetish world. There is nothing wrong with a fetish world and it can still be successful with the fan service [...] we can still enjoy Felarya for what it is, the noms and there is nothing wrong with that. Trying to make it into something it is not is like comparing apples to oranges."

Amaroq (P.S): "I do think realism needs to be tackled, and it is safe to assume that, unless stated otherwise, for convenience earthern standards should be able to be applied as a general note, where noteworthy exceptions such as the square cube law or the previously mostly unexplained desire to eat stuff and especially people whole and alive should be mentioned and pointed out. It doesnt HAVE to be explained for its reasons, but AT LEAST for the presence of such exceptions, because I often see arguments coming up about exactly those things, especially when newer people join the community and arent familiar with those unspoken traits. This way it will be much easier for new people to find into the world setting.
As for vore: I admit I came to felarya for vore and it kept me because of the vore for a great part. I am not the only one thinking like that, so I believe felarya should remember its roots and stay with the fetish aspect making up a great part of it to prevent it from becoming Jurassic Parc Giantess edition as said before. "


Here's what has been said regarding the solution of picking a direction, a tone, a purpose, or a theme.

DarkOne: "What Felarya really needs is a sense of purpose and direction that makes it easier for contributors to blend their ideas with the setting with minimal chaf."

Amaroq: "What the setting needs first and foremost is a rough Guideline about what the setting should feature at its very core. Not examples like "there are Laser rifles but no nuclear devices" as that makes little sense, but roughly what SPIRIT and THEME the world should have. [...] Felarya needs more precise guidelines, an agenda of expectations so to speak, where people might be clear about what can be found on Felarya innately, and what could only possibly be brought from other worlds in very rare instances, as the world at this point is WAAY too big (pun intended) to be grasped by anyone trying to portray it and make a clear line between canon or not."

Stabs: "Once upon a time, I would've protested against Felarya getting a sense, a purpose in its design philosophy, but over time I've realized we had one all along. There are things you [Karbo] explicitly never wanted in Felarya- people beating up giant nagas with their bare hands, all-encompassing empires, and resurrection. Nobody would resent you for tightening the design [themes] a bit more."

Karbo: "But this idea of let's say a page describing in detail what Felarya is, with its fundamental aspects, a recap of its foundations to paint a more coherent and clearer picture.... yes I think it's a very good idea and something I'm willing to work on."

Nyaha: "As for the direction of Felarya as a whole...well, that's always been Karbo's domain...but maybe that's kind of the problem? I think the idea of a page on the wiki like he described a few posts ago will help Felarya fans as a whole have a better grasp on how he sees Felarya, and I think that will help us contribute better to the overarching idea for it."

Stabs: "could you think of a few bullet points [...] so we can do a group discussion [to develop an idea]? That way [...] you can at least originate the ideas [...] if you aren't the one coming up with the stuff in the first place, you will have limited control over its tone and mood."

TheAssassinGuy: "the "what can you expect" is a great way to do so. Not just that readers know what it is about what they read, but It also gives the author the responsibility to explain what differs from the setting that they build their story on."

SenecaHyde: "This kind of focused discussion or contest can't hurt, but it still leaves a lot of pressure on the decision maker"

Karbo: "you [Stabs] made the same suggestion as Jedi-explorer a little while ago, of picking a particular topic and really have people of the forum tackling it and coming up with ideas to develop it. And I think it's a very good one [...] I could perhaps help as well with some drawings to go with it.  But yes let's take a go with this one"


The idea of switching over to a mythology had its share of the discussion.

DarkOne: "Or, if failing the grand design purpose idea. Felarya perhaps should abandon the concept of an ‘canon’ and opt for a mythology structure, where contributions are not necessary set in the same world as Karbo’s but their own worlds that share many themes and certain rules, but are otherwise allowed to reinterpret Felarya’s depiction."

Bluehorizon: "I'm kind of with what Darkone and [Aethernavale] are saying. Separating the canon from the fanon makes things less confusing but it gives more variety of reader or creator preference of what type of felarya you are wanting to look at with out totally abolishing the core of the universe. But what questions me most is that both need a cleaning up to make a bit more sense."

Karbo: "To be honest, the canon / fanon route looks rather intimidating to me. This would create a huge variety of problems and headaches.. and I'm not really convinced it's required at this point"

Krisexy26: " so my first recommendation would be chaotic but its my humble opinion: make the wiki both canon and fanon (a simple banner at top of page saying if its canon or fanon would be so easy to make), double pages and contents, triple people who can have access to it, make it participative, and why not all just try to expand that wonderful world. im pretty sure there are enough places for all our crazy ideas."

TheAssassinGuy: "I would suggest that you distinguish between the art that is more true to the roots, all light heartedly and vorish, and the more serious art, which has also a right to exist in my opinion. If you have to distinguish between canon and fanon, i honestly dont know."

Amaroq (P.S): "Adding more lore and mythology such as rumors would fit greatly to the aforementioned idea of having themes and possibilities rather than hard facts and differentiations between canon, majorly accepted fanon and nonaccepted fanon."


That's not to say the current model found no traction or support. Some people believed that continuing to flesh out things was at least part of the best course of action.

Shady_Knight: "Well, Karbo, the first suggestion I would make is to actually put down concrete information. That is the biggest flaw with Felarya and the wiki in general, too many areas have important details that are conspicuously absent and are only added when someone prods you to or brings them into question. Take Negav, [...] It's this kind of lack of attention that keeps leading me to say that the wiki isn't so much updated as it is patched. [...] We can't read your mind, Karbo, if there are quirks to the setting that we should know, then it should be written down."

Nyaha: "Something I've noticed [...] is that, of the already established things in the wiki missing detail [...] it's very difficult to get confirmation on these details or new details one comes up with to fill them in from the original contributors [...] we'll need to figure out a way to fill in these holes where nice ideas exist and are popular but need more detail. [...] As Stabs and Shady have been saying, a lot of areas of the wiki need more love. I think that having Karbo himself discuss them one at a time among us fans and contributors as a group and taking everyone's input would be a great way to get them fleshed out."

Krisexy26: "first of all, the wiki, a beautiful and useful one, lacks depth, details, and new canon. I mean, it's as if felarya is running on old canon from the past and, for the present, prefers to rely on what has been done in the past."

TheAssassinGuy: "In my opinion, the talk about how to make the wiki more elaborate isn't leading us to our goal: to make felarya easier accessable while staying true to is roots. Thats not a problem with the wiki, but the stories written. Sure, it should clarify the most important things and could use some work but that is not the point. Sometimes the wiki hinders the artistic freedom of the stories while not providing a solution for what to write. But that is it, there is no ultimate solution for what to write and then the wiki becomes more of a guideline what to write, not a source of inspiration. So I think, rather then forcing more strict guidelines on the authors of this community, you should give the authors themselves the responsibility how they interpret Felarya."

Shady_Knight (To TheAssassinGuy, in response): "No, it does not. Creativity comes in the form of making your ideas work within the restrictions."

Karbo: "you are all right that's it's about time to expand and solidify things out."

Amaroq (P.S): "I do not think major changes are required to happen, slight adjustments are welcomed though, especially rgarding the guideline principle I mentioned above, to make it easier to add content to the world, be it stories, pictures, games or wiki articles, so a better consent can be achieved. There are a few things that would be nice to have a rework of, but those are more exceptions rather than the norm"


The number of wiki editors was also brought into question.

Nyaha: "I'm sure the wiki would get a lot more love if more people were able to work on it like a regular wiki. I think we have a good pool of trustworthy people that we can pick to carry out a wiki edit checklist written by Karbo every month or so."

SenecaHyde: "Something like that could work well as long as the team is well managed, and therein lies the difficulty. But if the decision makers want to give it a try, it could be a worthwhile experiment. [...] A small recommendation in this regard, in case this option is exercised, is to establish term lengths for editors to avoid fatigue or awkwardness around termination of status. And regarding my comment about the difficulty of managing it, that's because outsourcing the ability to edit will only make the problem of small contradictions worse."

Krisexy26: " so my first recommendation would be chaotic but its my humble opinion: make the wiki both canon and fanon (a simple banner at top of page saying if its canon or fanon would be so easy to make), double pages and contents, triple people who can have access to it, make it participative, and why not all just try to expand that wonderful world. im pretty sure there are enough places for all our crazy ideas."

Amaroq (P.S): "I do believe that more editors would lead to more content, but before we can add more editors, we need to be clear that there is a consent about what felarya is, should be and will turn into, should it not stay the same. Before we tackle this issue, we should solve our current problems." (Emphasis his')


Regarding retcons, removals, rescinding:

Claire: "Adding new entries to the wiki will not improve Felarya's plot, I think its not salvageable because of all the people that left. If the plot was to improve major changes would have to take place."

Karbo: "Some trimming could be useful as well. [...] If there are indeed retcons to be made, they are going to be discussed thoroughly first"

Stabs: "A retcon, discarding stuff by order of importance, might make it a lot easier for Karbo to get the world making sense just the way he wants it. There's aplenty, maybe it's best to trim some fat. A full-on redo from scratch would fix almost everything, methinks. Any dead ends, clutter and dead weight will simply be lost in the transition, unless it's judged important enough to redo. As for the bits someone owns, I expect most of them not to be carried over, unless they're important enough to keep."

Amaroq: "Seeing how i myself reworked content that has been kind of abandoned I am obviously biased, and say that it should be possible to do so with underdeveloped content or where content just isnt up to date anymore. Ideally with the consent of the original creator of course, should they still be around. "


There's been a post-scriptum discussion regarding the canon and the wiki.

Frenchsnack: "I'm tentatively of the view that the wiki should remain a repository of canon. It's useful for contributors who want to work within the canon, and to draw inspiration from it. There should continue to be a distinction between stuff which is canon; stuff which isn't canon but which fits with the canon; and stuff which doesn't fit with the canon. (So as to avoid confusing new contributors.)

Shady_Knight: "I need to ask: what exactly IS canon in Felarya? I think before we resolve this issue of canon and fanon, if that's the solution that's going to get pick, we need to pinpoint what exactly is considered canon in Felarya."

SenecaHyde: "I'm concerned that the wiki isn't a very accessible source for new enthusiasts. That doesn't mean the wiki is the flaw here; it just might be that we need some other kind of resource to get people started. The issue is pronounced by how over time, as more material gets added to the wiki, it becomes, almost by definition, harder for new enthusiasts to learn all the material. That means that as anyone drops out of developing the universe, they're less likely to be replaced, and much more likely that the replacement has a looser grasp on the material."


And then, in dA...


There were some people suing for greater depth in the wiki.

Ember219: "Really, I just want more information."

Turboman500: "I think what we should do first is what [Shady] has been suggesting for years. Simply put, fill in all the extraneous information in the wiki entries [...] Now that all the information is there, look for redundancy and stop gaps, ie fauna/species made to deal with problems that aren't actually problems in concept, but execution."


The mythology idea found great traction in the dA blog discussion.

Turboman500: "I think we should simply Star Wars it. I feel like Felarya represents so much to so many people, that simply trying to create a one size fits all solution like nuking everything, is more harmful than good. You'd have an entry under Legends which had the name of what he wanted to call his story in general, his name beside it - done the end. Clicking on the Story would then take you to a brief entry on the wiki which served as a synopsis for his story as a whole or by season... we're talking 3-5 sentences here, nothing huge! On that same page, you're given a link to his gallery where you'd find all the bios for whoever you wanted to know more about, and all the chapters of his story."

TyrantFang55 (to Turboman500): "I'd agree except for the fact that the author themselves sometimes are the ones pushing it as being "cannon with the manga" in some instances as opposed to trying to AU or "legend" it. That said, I do agree with the concept - a section of "legends" that fill most of what we have, and a "cannon" section where the hard-set timeline stuff goes. I'd prefer this method to simply nuking it all entirely."

david-dent-jedai: "I love this idea where the wiki gives back to the author as much as they gave to the community. That's just uncanny like a fox. Also I agree it's time for Separate Genres so we can sort out the mess the group has become."

Jarl-of-the-North: "it would be impossible to streamline everything into canon and non canon without setting someone off. I find myself drawn to the idea presented by turboman500 and TyrantFang55 - presenting a timeline of what we know happened, and what might have happened."


There was some discussion regarding the vore here as well.

BulletBader: "I see vore as an added story development. [...] Sure, its a silly setup for dicking around all over, topped with fetish stuff that can get a little over the top sometimes, but there truly is potential for growth. [...] I believe that we can still stick to the roots of what Felarya was founded on, but expand it and make it more appealing not just to us, but also to the public if this got big enough."

Gorger: "I am aware the vore/fetish aspect is a big part of the setting, but the way it was presented to me there was also room for more than that, and I really wanted to explore that other side while respecting the others. Felarya can work perfectly well with those two aspects balanced, but the problem is that people don't care for anything that isn't the fetish wagon."

Turboman500: "[the vore/fetish- centric stuff] Is kinda the original purpose of the setting. Yes there are other aspects, and over arching stories - but it's still all centered around at least 2 fetishes at all times."

Blazbaros: "Honestly, 90% of the "contributors" just need to be nuked (or set aside). [...] The core of the setting would also need to be changed, vore would need to be made secondary so that it doesn't seem so inclusive.  As it stands, its rather off putting even now to someone like me and its kind of sad to see really, genuinely good ideas just get drowned out by members who specifically want their fetish to the forefront. [...] [people] who try to contribute something of note, get buried in messages of why their characters aren't eating everyone [...] The focus needs to be removed from the giants eating tiny things. [...] the pinpoint focus on just that one thing all the time makes the setting itself boring [...] having something else there could draw other users." (Emphasis his') "Having a niche is great, [but] there could be just so much more."

(P.S: from Blazbaros: "I'm someone who has been detached from the community for a while and has only come back recently, just so readers can contextually understand why I'm being so harsh.")

TyrantFang55 (to Blazbaros): "The goal is [...] not [to] alienate 90% of the entire community [...] the adage of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" seems to hold strong in terms to the core of the setting - if anything, that's possibly the last thing that needs to be changed. [...] the vore-core is so important because (A) it's what the setting was founded off of, and what it would inevitably return to only being if everything was dumped and reset to square one, and (B) it's been used as a very compelling story-mechanic before to illustrate not just vore for the fetish-holders, but horror and heartache for the drama-lovers. stories have more then once shown vore used as anything but a fetish in how the people eaten are so rightly terrified."


There was some discussion about a complete overhaul.

Blazbaros: "the entire setting [needs to] get an total overhaul from the ground up.  There needs to be some clear cut rules about the setting so it doesn't get flooded in things that don't necessarily belong there. A small group of people would need to sit down and plan out all of this, evaluate ideas and veto them as needed. [...] As it stands, Felarya comes across as "anything goes", which can lead to a lot of confusion and idiocy.  There's got to be some order and structure to the world, some clear cut rules, which its sadly missing."

TyrantFang55 (to Blazbaros): "if "one can easily find what doesn't work and needs to be tossed," it would have been already done. [...] if it was "anything goes," a heck of a lot more would be acceptable. I've seen stuff get shot down for addition here because it was too over-the-top/cannon breaking"


There were other suggestions, that while not immediately relevant to a restructuring, might merit some attention.

Jarl-of-the-North: "This might not be entirely relevant, but if you were to ask me, I'd say we need to make the Writing and Ideas sections SIGNIFICANTLY more user friendly."
Greetings, fellow Felarya followers.

I'm Stabs, one of the forum mods (We have a forum, as I'm sure most of you know already), and there's a thread that took an unexpected direction. It's best if we include you in the discussion- if you want to be a part of it, too.

Basically, the discussion was about aspects of Felarya that may require reevaluating. Then it turned into a discussion about how to deal with them. It seems this discussion may lead to something, so since it may affect the wiki and its inputs, you may want a word in.…

Have a nice day!
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dragon808tr Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Hey guys, I'm looking for someone to talk to (About Felarya) and somebody to Rp with. No one really talks to me anymore and I could sure use the company! Recently it seems that everyone on here hates me for no reason. 
Sandishy Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Ive tried adding a story but its in cue until it gets cancelled. I hope this change, please. Thank you!
Emerald1000 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Excuse me men and women of this group... May you let me join.
LockheedX17 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Gotta do realism...
dragon808tr Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2015
Please, can someone talk to me? Or send me a note? 
dragon808tr Featured By Owner May 26, 2015
Hello. I am looking for friends and Rp partners. I'm quite lonely. 
Pokeman36 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Hey, id be happy to RP with you :)
dragon808tr Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2015
Awesome! Thanks! I sent you a note! 
dragon808tr Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2015
Thanks for the add. Ill be trying to make a story soon (Beacuse I can't draw). Most likely a general, short slice of life story. Anyone know how to give credit to artists? 
OfficialEpico Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Student General Artist
How do I join?
Rextoper Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015
How do i join the group
boomchickady Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2015
felarya is both awesome and scary as hell.
e2s86 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
I have never read a story or seen a picture of Felarya nagas distend their jaw to swallow big things just snatch up smaller people
nipa101 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 9, 2015
because all the images are female nagas and they hate doing it. Mostly the males do that:)
e2s86 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Devastar Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Taking requests, guys, check my journal for details.
nipa101 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2015
hay I just want to know something Felarya. how many pit naga characters are there and what are there names? seems like a fun thing to know.
JHRSHOWOFF69 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2015  Student Artist
hello Felarya
sorry for bothering you Kikijohnson as I was in a mood but I went on with my promise so I hope you don't hate me as I am sorry but I promised it to everyone who is watches me……
WarNob123 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014
Happy New Year!
WarNob123 Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014
Merry Christmas!
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