|Lifespan||Over 100 years|
|Locomotion||Squid: Jet propulsion|
Humanoid: Bipedal locomotion
|Distinctive Features||Can shift between humanoid and squid form at will|
|Skin Color||Varies between orange, blue, green, lime green, purple, turquoise, yellow, and pink|
The Squid Sisters (Callie and Marie)
|Domain||Eukaryota (Multicellular organisms)|
|Subkingdom||Eumetazoa (Complex life)|
|Infrakingdom||Bilateria (Animals with bilateral symmetry)|
|Superphylum||Lophotrochozoa (Animals which possess a lophophore)|
|Subclass||Coleoidea (Soft-bodied cephalopods — Cuttlefish, octopuses, and squid)|
|Family||Inkuringidae (Parker Green, 2020)|
|Genus||Inkuringu (Parker Green, 2020)|
|Species||I. sapiens (Parker Green, 2020)|
|First Sighting||In-Universe: Mollusk Era|
Real Life: May 28, 2015
Inklings are a species of squid that can shift between molluscan and humanoid form.
History[edit | edit source]
They came about after the extinction of humanity caused by the sea level rising.
Biology[edit | edit source]
In their squid form, they appear as normal squids with a mask like marking around their eyes, as a humanoid they resemble a human with tentacles for hair, fins in place of ears, and the same markings. The color of their ink depends on that of their tentacles. Strangely, they use weapons to blast ink, instead of their bodies, possibly meaning their ink sacs only serve the purpose of reloading their weapons. Despite being gill-breathers, they are able to get oxygen from the air like humans, enabling them to breathe it.
Culture[edit | edit source]
They live very human-like lives, and also enjoy playing "turf war" games, in which teams of different colors compete to cover an entire field in their teams' ink. Their swarm enemies are the Octarians, a tentacle-like species of octopus.