TOP 10 Biggest Creatures in SUBNAUTICA

DoubleJDoubleJ UKMembers Join Date: 2016-02-25 Member: 213425Posts: 29 Fully active user
Hello Subnautica lovers!
I have been playing this awesome game for a while now.
One day i thought that it would be awesome to know about biggest creatures in Subnautica.
I searched Youtube for decent video but could't find one.
So i made it. It took more then 12 hours to make it so i hope you will enjoy it :)
https://youtu.be/VLr9ISsRIqY
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  • DoubleJDoubleJ UKMembers Join Date: 2016-02-25 Member: 213425Posts: 29 Fully active user
    any feedback ? :))))
  • zetachronzetachron GermanyMembers Join Date: 2014-11-14 Member: 199655Posts: 1,189 Advanced user
    You really put some work into the video.

    Just let me add two things. First, the warper seems smaller to me. And second, you forgot the titanic floaters that keep the floating island floating. Although these big ones are not interactable like their tiny cousins, they are part of the world and definitely creatures.

    The floaters would be really scary if they would attach to metal and be able to eat it. And the size of the big ones makes you wish to never meet one in the darkest depths of Subnautica. It could simply suck up the cyclops as a whole.

    So my suggestion: Remove the warper and put in the giant floater.
    DoubleJ
  • DoubleJDoubleJ UKMembers Join Date: 2016-02-25 Member: 213425Posts: 29 Fully active user
    zetachron wrote: »
    You really put some work into the video.

    Just let me add two things. First, the warper seems smaller to me. And second, you forgot the titanic floaters that keep the floating island floating. Although these big ones are not interactable like their tiny cousins, they are part of the world and definitely creatures.

    The floaters would be really scary if they would attach to metal and be able to eat it. And the size of the big ones makes you wish to never meet one in the darkest depths of Subnautica. It could simply suck up the cyclops as a whole.

    So my suggestion: Remove the warper and put in the giant floater.

    Hello!
    Thank you for the feedback and your idea about Floaters is really nice! Maybe you have more information about them ? Those big ones, i was searching internet about it and couldn't find anything :( maybe they have different name ? Not Titanic floaters ?
    About the warper you think it should be before Rock puncher maybe ?

    Thank you for the reply and have a nice day! :)
  • zetachronzetachron GermanyMembers Join Date: 2014-11-14 Member: 199655Posts: 1,189 Advanced user
    A picture from concept art and ingame

    CoralReefZone8_Small-1024x576.jpg

    Floater_Island_%284%29.jpg

    There is a floater page on Subnautica Wiki

    The small floaters are passive creatures you can use, while the big floaters lifting the island above surface level aren't interactive.

    Unfortunately I don't know how to spawn the big floater.

    I'd say, throw out the warper for now (it could be smaller than #10) and put in a picture of the big floater, which could be the biggest, although most harmless and inactive one. You'll know once the emperor is in the game.
  • zetachronzetachron GermanyMembers Join Date: 2014-11-14 Member: 199655Posts: 1,189 Advanced user
    Actually I start to believe these creatures are rock eaters. They attach to rock deep down in the ocean. While eating up the rock they produce helium in their membrane and get bigger, until they are strong enough to lift the rocks to the surface. Probably the planet Subnautica will have lots of floating islands from floaters that have risen together with large rock formations from the planet bottom surface. No one knows how big a floater can really get. So I'd prefer to think of this creature as the dominant form of Subnautica 2, if this will ever happen.

    As this creature produces helium, if the wiki is correct, I ask myself if it is possible to get flying islands. Theoretically this could happen, if the floater can survive in air and the island doesn't break apart.

    Another question would be if the floaters eat the rock itself or just attach to the rock to get to the metal ore out of the rock with acid. This would make floaters the horror of metalic submarines, bases and even the exosuit. Imagine the nightmare if you get into floaters that start to attach to your seamoth, cyclops or even exosuit. You walk with your exosuit, than you suddenly hear a plop and you know that a floater has attached to the back of your exosuit. Will you make it in time back to the base or sub before the floater gets through? Or imagine your cyclops getting stuck with floaters and you have to remove them before the hull breaches sink the cyclops. Unfortunately the devs don't seem to have that in mind.
  • blurbrerrrblurbrerrr Members Join Date: 2015-10-03 Member: 208281Posts: 78 Fully active user
    zetachron wrote: »

    Another question would be if the floaters eat the rock itself or just attach to the rock to get to the metal ore out of the rock with acid. This would make floaters the horror of metalic submarines, bases and even the exosuit. Imagine the nightmare if you get into floaters that start to attach to your seamoth, cyclops or even exosuit. You walk with your exosuit, than you suddenly hear a plop and you know that a floater has attached to the back of your exosuit. Will you make it in time back to the base or sub before the floater gets through? Or imagine your cyclops getting stuck with floaters and you have to remove them before the hull breaches sink the cyclops. Unfortunately the devs don't seem to have that in mind.

    this would explain why they completely destroy bases if you let stick to your base
  • Kouji_SanKouji_San Sr. Hινε Uρкεερεг - EUPT Deputy The NetherlandsMembers, NS2 Playtester, Squad Five Blue Join Date: 2003-05-13 Member: 16271Posts: 15,780 Advanced user
    Hehe I love your humour, good video!

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  • DoubleJDoubleJ UKMembers Join Date: 2016-02-25 Member: 213425Posts: 29 Fully active user
    zetachron wrote: »
    A picture from concept art and ingame

    CoralReefZone8_Small-1024x576.jpg

    Floater_Island_%284%29.jpg

    There is a floater page on Subnautica Wiki

    The small floaters are passive creatures you can use, while the big floaters lifting the island above surface level aren't interactive.

    Unfortunately I don't know how to spawn the big floater.

    I'd say, throw out the warper for now (it could be smaller than #10) and put in a picture of the big floater, which could be the biggest, although most harmless and inactive one. You'll know once the emperor is in the game.

    Thanks for the help, in future when Subnautica will have more creatures i will surely make another TOP 10 biggest creature list and most defiantly look for information on Floaters :)
  • BIPPITYBIPPITY EnglandMembers Join Date: 2015-06-06 Member: 205283Posts: 133 Advanced user
    I'm fairly sure somewhere it said that the ones on the island are a closely related species and not just giant Floaters.
    I spent too much time editing the wiki
  • DoubleJDoubleJ UKMembers Join Date: 2016-02-25 Member: 213425Posts: 29 Fully active user
    Kouji_San wrote: »
    Hehe I love your humour, good video!

    hey! You have no idea how much this means to me! Thank you i am so glad that ~12 hours of my work did int completely go in vain :)
  • zetachronzetachron GermanyMembers Join Date: 2014-11-14 Member: 199655Posts: 1,189 Advanced user
    If you love to make those videos, maybe someday we'll see

    Top 10 creatures in Subnautica that give you the creeps

    candidates:
    • The 2 Leviathans - you love it when you hear them from far, but can't see them
    • Warper - your wish for paranoia of someone always watching you from behind has come true
    • Crabsnake - the only thing that's missing is those things luring in tunnels
    • Crash - known to crash diving parties and nemesis of the seamoth
    • Bleeder - you know how they suck once they suck
    • Stalker - maybe that's why the plants there are called creepvines

    could be candidates:
    • Mesmer - if you'd get slowed down or blinded for a while
    • Floater/Lava Larva - if they'd attach to metal constructs and eat through them
    • Rock Puncher - if he'd mimic as rock it would be the first rock to punch back
  • DoubleJDoubleJ UKMembers Join Date: 2016-02-25 Member: 213425Posts: 29 Fully active user
    zetachron wrote: »
    If you love to make those videos, maybe someday we'll see

    Top 10 creatures in Subnautica that give you the creeps

    candidates:
    • The 2 Leviathans - you love it when you hear them from far, but can't see them
    • Warper - your wish for paranoia of someone always watching you from behind has come true
    • Crabsnake - the only thing that's missing is those things luring in tunnels
    • Crash - known to crash diving parties and nemesis of the seamoth
    • Bleeder - you know how they suck once they suck
    • Stalker - maybe that's why the plants there are called creepvines

    could be candidates:
    • Mesmer - if you'd get slowed down or blinded for a while
    • Floater/Lava Larva - if they'd attach to metal constructs and eat through them
    • Rock Puncher - if he'd mimic as rock it would be the first rock to punch back

    Wow!!! thank you SO MUCH i will try and make this video one day!!! i promise!!!
    In the mean time i made another about submarines :) if you have time check it out :)
    https://youtu.be/eTp3ETPNaP8
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