Revivor Basic Swimmer
This Asexual Nonsentient Mobile Macrophage is called Revivor Basic Swimmer.
This organism can revive when it reaches its age limit. This organism consists of 3 cells :
- Flagellocyte, for swimming around the substrate.
- Stemocyte, for reviving. The Stemocyte is used so that it will differentiate into an M1 after it reaches its targeted age.
- Phagocyte, for reproducing.
It thrives in a sunlight substrate because it is needed for reviving the organism. It lives with a medium nutrient rate, because it is categorized in Macrophages . It lives in medium viscosity, because of the Flagellocyte it will be useless if placed in a dry environment. It lives in a medium salinity substrate. Since it is not protected by Keratinocyte, it will die if it encounters either a Devorocyte, Secrocyte, or Glueocyte, but if all pf the parts die but the Stemocyte survives, it has a chance to revive.
Genome and Variations
You can make many variations of this organism, but don't forget to keep its Stemocyte part to the swimmer. It can use at least 5 modes for making this organism.
The steps for making the simplest example of a Revivor Basic Swimmer are :
- M1 Phagocyte : Make Adhesin = True; ch1 = M2 ch2 = M3; Adhesin Stiffness = 35.0
- M2 Flagellocyte : Split Mass = Never split; speed = 0.14; Prioritize = False; Make Adhesin = True. Adhesin Stiffness = 35.0
- M3 Phagocyte : Make Adhesin = True; ch1 = M4 ch2 = M5; Adhesin Stiffness = 35.0
- M4 Stemocyte : Make Adhesin = True; Differentiation path 1 mode = M1; Path 1 Signal =
Input = Cell age / 240 h Value = a x value + b a = 3.48 b = 0.00
- This organism has 75% chance to revive
- This organism only work if in v83 above