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How many Cheeses do you own? One, currently!

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Are you ok with made-up research? ...Is there any other kind?

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Headcanon is, by the way, when something is put forth that is not officially true, but that one recognizes as being awesome and therefore accepts it. For example, it is headcanon if you accept that Quicksilver didn't actually die in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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I have no interest in joining, I was just sharing my misread

 

 

you posted: Cheese dragons shoot cheese at enemies!

 

but I read it as: Cheese dragons snot cheese at enemies

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How many Cheeses do you own?3

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By all means, when I apply as professor, I will not abuse this privilege and harm others, but to guide others in this study

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Umm, I would just like to point out a couple spelling errors in the application form for professor.

Professer<----Professor.

Privlege<------Privilege

 

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You've both been enrolled! Have fun!

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A Short Observation Concerning the Dietary Preferences of Cheesius Faux Draconnis

Author: CafeNaRigara

Competing Interests: None

 

The Cheesius Faux Draconnis, otherwise and heretofore known as the "Cheese Dragon," is becoming subject to intense scrutiny among the scientific community of Valkamare. I hereby put forth my first paper upon the subject.

 

The Cheese Dragon's dietary preferences are astounding. At least one documented report has come in that declares the Cheese Dragon to be a dendrodrakevore; that is, it eats Paper Dragons (PootisLooti, 2). It also, however, will consume parts of its own kind.

 

In an experiment conducted recently, a Cheese Dragon was presented with two foodstuffs: a pot of fondue and a sandwich. The fondue was made with the shed pseudoscales of a Cheese Dragon, and the sandwich was filled with the same.

 

The Cheese Dragon in this experiment examined the fondue and glared at the researcher, then turned to the sandwich and began to consume it.

 

Initial hypothesis: the Cheese Dragon recognizes that the filling of the sandwich consists simply of shed scales. Therefore, the sandwich represents recycling. The fondue, due to its nature, obscures this fact and the Cheese Dragon is insulted by the apparent cannibalism. This will require further study into how the Cheese Dragon perceives the world.

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A Short Observation Concerning the Dietary Preferences of Cheesius Faux Draconnis

Author: CafeNaRigara

Competing Interests: None

 

The Cheesius Faux Draconnis, otherwise and heretofore known as the "Cheese Dragon," is becoming subject to intense scrutiny among the scientific community of Valkamare. I hereby put forth my first paper upon the subject.

 

The Cheese Dragon's dietary preferences are astounding. At least one documented report has come in that declares the Cheese Dragon to be a dendrodrakevore; that is, it eats Paper Dragons (PootisLooti, 2). It also, however, will consume parts of its own kind.

 

In an experiment conducted recently, a Cheese Dragon was presented with two foodstuffs: a pot of fondue and a sandwich. The fondue was made with the shed pseudoscales of a Cheese Dragon, and the sandwich was filled with the same.

 

The Cheese Dragon in this experiment examined the fondue and glared at the researcher, then turned to the sandwich and began to consume it.

 

Initial hypothesis: the Cheese Dragon recognizes that the filling of the sandwich consists simply of shed scales. Therefore, the sandwich represents recycling. The fondue, due to its nature, obscures this fact and the Cheese Dragon is insulted by the apparent cannibalism. This will require further study into how the Cheese Dragon perceives the world.

You've been accepted aas a professer. And, i like the research smile.gif

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Now, esteemed Professor CaceRaNigara, was a sandwich at all adequate for the procedure? If this was conducted by yourself, then I would suggest testing raw scales versus the the distracting bread. Although I myself recognize that the Cheesius Faux Draconis most likely abstained from the outright Fondue, the results could be considered unfair.

 

Job Request

Attention! I, PootisLooti, am requesting the study of a recent attack on the ecosystem of Lake Eremorea. Cheese Dragons in a group of about thirty came to the Lake in which my Dragons and I reside and started to attack nearby bird nests. I'm unable to help as to an injury to my left leg. Please contact me via this Topic Board so I can PM you to as where I live exactly.

 

The Reward is one Service Hatchling, of any kind.

 

Thank you in advance.

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Now, esteemed Professor CaceRaNigara, was a sandwich at all adequate for the procedure? If this was conducted by yourself, then I would suggest testing raw scales versus the the distracting bread. Although I myself recognize that the Cheesius Faux Draconis most likely abstained from the outright Fondue, the results could be considered unfair.

 

Job Request

Attention! I, PootisLooti, am requesting the study of a recent attack on the ecosystem of Lake Eremorea. Cheese Dragons in a group of about thirty came to the Lake in which my Dragons and I reside and started to attack nearby bird nests. I'm unable to help as to an injury to my left leg. Please contact me via this Topic Board so I can PM you to as where I live exactly.

 

The Reward is one Service Hatchling, of any kind.

 

Thank you in advance.

Ah, of course! Perhaps the bread obscured the scales... More experimentation will be needed, and my paper shall be revised and added to.

 

Revision Notes

  • Test reactions of bread vs. no bread
  • Test different kinds of bread, to see if this has any bearing whatsoever
  • Will a Cheese dragon naturally recycle scales?

And I am available to engage in such a curious study as this. Perhaps something connects the dragons with the birds? I know, though, that others will need to assist, for the best possible result pool.

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And I am available to engage in such a curious study as this. Perhaps something connects the dragons with the birds? I know, though, that others will need to assist, for the best possible result pool.

As to this concerns me, reward-wise.

 

While I do concur that more researchers would be beneficial, I have no fair way of rewarding everyone. If someone can reach reasonable terms, I'll be happy to comply.

 

For now at least Professor, shall we study the birds themselves? I will send a Pygmy to pick up anything that you think... interesting.

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By all means, when I apply as professer, I will not abuse this privilege and harm others, but to guide others in this study

Do you agree to this pledge? By all means, yes.

 

Now, esteemed Professor CaceRaNigara, was a sandwich at all adequate for the procedure? If this was conducted by yourself, then I would suggest testing raw scales versus the the distracting bread. Although I myself recognize that the Cheesius Faux Draconis most likely abstained from the outright Fondue, the results could be considered unfair.

 

Job Request

Attention! I, PootisLooti, am requesting the study of a recent attack on the ecosystem of Lake Eremorea. Cheese Dragons in a group of about thirty came to the Lake in which my Dragons and I reside and started to attack nearby bird nests. I'm unable to help as to an injury to my left leg. Please contact me via this Topic Board so I can PM you to as where I live exactly.

 

The Reward is one Service Hatchling, of any kind.

 

Thank you in advance.

Professor-ship given! Have fun!

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Ah, of course! Perhaps the bread obscured the scales... More experimentation will be needed, and my paper shall be revised and added to.

 

Revision Notes

  • Test reactions of bread vs. no bread
  • Test different kinds of bread, to see if this has any bearing whatsoever
  • Will a Cheese dragon naturally recycle scales?
And I am available to engage in such a curious study as this. Perhaps something connects the dragons with the birds? I know, though, that others will need to assist, for the best possible result pool.

Possible Cheese & Bird Reasoning

  • Cheese dragons like to eat random stuff
  • The Cheese Dragons Hate the birds
  • Birds are yummy to cheese dragons
  • Cheese dragons like hunting flying things

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As to this concerns me, reward-wise.

 

While I do concur that more researchers would be beneficial, I have no fair way of rewarding everyone. If someone can reach reasonable terms, I'll be happy to comply.

 

For now at least Professor, shall we study the birds themselves? I will send a Pygmy to pick up anything that you think... interesting.

No need for my reward. I shall be just fine!

 

A possible option would be to isolate each of a random set of variables, such as Leaf_Blaziken put forth:

 

    Cheese dragons like to eat random stuff

    The Cheese Dragons Hate the birds

    Birds are yummy to cheese dragons

    Cheese dragons like hunting flying things

 

For example, isolate a single Cheese dragon and put an assortment of things in front of it; invest in stuffed birds and examine the reactions of the dragons; toss objects in the air; and so forth, though each of these do rely on a lower intelligence value in the Cheese dragons (we must, necessarily, in the above scenarios, assume that they cannot distinguish living and dead/stuffed things).

 

In addition, studying the specific birds would yield a great deal of information, such as the birds' habits, markings, and so forth, all of which could contribute to the behaviour of the Cheese dragons you observed.

 

EDIT: That is a marvelous banner. I vote that we pin it up in our office.

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A possible option would be to isolate each of a random set of variables, such as Leaf_Blaziken put forth:

 

For example, isolate a single Cheese dragon and put an assortment of things in front of it; invest in stuffed birds and examine the reactions of the dragons; toss objects in the air; and so forth, though each of these do rely on a lower intelligence value in the Cheese dragons (we must, necessarily, in the above scenarios, assume that they cannot distinguish living and dead/stuffed things).

 

In addition, studying the specific birds would yield a great deal of information, such as the birds' habits, markings, and so forth, all of which could contribute to the behaviour of the Cheese dragons you observed.

 

EDIT: That is a marvelous banner. I vote that we pin it up in our office.

Hmm... From a far, I can identify a few characteristics of these local birds.

 

This pale yellow goldfinch is called the Mascarpone Spinus.

They prey on the local Hatchies for food.

They attack in groups of ten to even thirty.

Their feathers are used to create yellow nests, along with dandelions and even rocks.

 

This is all that I can tell. I had a Dragon capture one. Using my Cheese Dragon Pasta Filata, I will test whether the Cheeses can tell what is living versus what isn't.

 

I will use your Mimic idea and have two dragons holding them tightly in a constant position. The Cheese will then attempt to eat one.

 

My hypothesis: If said Cheese Dragon falls for the decoy, it will transmit insulting messages through telepathy. If not, its thought will be filled of hunger.

 

EDIT: Even Professors make mistakes.

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This has nothing to do with our research, but i've put up a office!! alot.pngpoptartFINALTINY.gif I've pinned this banner -> user posted image on it, and our current research.

 

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Hmm... From a far, I can identify a few characteristics of these local birds.

 

This pale yellow goldfinch is called the Mascarpone Spinus.

They prey on the local Hatchies for food.

They attack in groups of ten to even thirty.

Their feathers are used to create yellow nests, along with dandelions and even rocks.

 

This is all that I can tell. I had a Dragon capture one. Using my Cheese Dragon Pasta Filata, I will test whether the Cheeses can tell what is living versus what isn't.

 

I will use your Mimic idea and have two dragons holding them tightly in a constant position. The Cheese will then attempt to eat one.

 

My hypothesis: If said Cheese Dragon falls for the decoy, it will transmit insulting messages through telepathy. If not, its thought will be filled of hunger.

 

EDIT: Even Professors make mistakes.

My cheese dragon decided to cheat when I did that experiment. Bad Cheezzeyy! (click on the word Cheezzey for something!)

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I read that as Cheese dragons snot cheese at enemies, made me look at my cheese dragons weird

It doesn't say HOW the shoot it, so maybe they do snot it. Bahahaha.

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How many Cheeses do you own? 30

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My cheese dragon decided to cheat when I did that experiment. Bad Cheezzeyy! (click on the word Cheezzey for something!)

When did you come to Eremorea? I figured you would send a message if you did come Professor. Exactly how many Mascarpone Goldfinches did you take?

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When did you come to Eremorea? I figured you would send a message if you did come Professor. Exactly how many Mascarpone Goldfinches did you take?

Ermm... Two. One of my dragons killed one of them.

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Enrolled! why, aren't you the mightiest cheese collecter ever!

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I've messed around with DNA of a cheese dragon and a pillow dragon. It seemed to make some kind of Cheese-Pillow dragon. It smells like pizza. Unfortunately, it ran away. I could'nt take a pic of it, as that it was deciding to break my lab camera.

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user posted image READ ALL PRINT IN PASTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDIT: this is embarrasing

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