Ah, do you have mantle? You need mantle to run TConstruct. Oh, and I'm grounded, so I can't play, so I can't find the link. Message Sylus. My brother can tell him to check his wall. His name is Dragonbiscuit.
Alright. Whenever I posted this, you had created a blog post with no content and the title "j". I saw it, deleted it, warned the user. What I thought was a simple case of misbehavior turns out to be something very strange. Let me know if you see things in your contribs that you didn't do.
Dragon cant fix his own console's problems, then he bans me because I cant join due to it? Stupid, unban me now, I dotn care for what he says, its a problem that may deal with IPs and I cant find a solution by myself.
Independent of his answer unban me right now, it does not matter if he lets you or not.
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Over here you asked if there are female orcs. I have some theories on this. One is that Orcs are hermaphrodites, meaning they have the reproductive organs of both males and females. I do have not a lot of information on this. However, I have another theory. In a passage in the Two Towers, it was sad the Uruk-Hai were half Mordor Black Uruk, and Half Dunlending. This shows that orcs have the ability to reproduce, but does not mention which gender either one was. In addition, in the Hobbit, Bolg is the son of Azog. If they were Elves from the start, they wouldn't be concidered related. So, this concludes that orcs can actually reproduce. The question is, are there actually female orcs, or all orcs are genderless, or male. Let's look at clownfish. The largest fish in a group becomes a female. I thought, maybe orcs have this ability as well. Since orcs are tough and strong, mostly fed blood, I hypothesize that the strongest orc in a group becomes a female. Why? Because orcs themselves are pretty big at grown age. Obviously, no little, skinny orc can give birth without dying. So the toughest one has too. But why don't we hear about these female orcs? Because they do not live so long. Once a "baby" orc is born, instead of breastfeeding the infant, the mother-orc feeds herself. This way, orcs can become powerful and deadly, tasting blood from the very beginning of their life. They inherit all the healthy genes from their mother, and at the same time, they inherit the nutrition. This is why we just don't hear about female orcs. Therefore, my theory is that orcs are born as hermaphrodites, then the largest one in a pack becomes a female at a specific age.