You quickly shout out directions for the Gork! to head to the eastern side of the valley, the mountains there being closer. You attempt to tell the Kamira what to do, too, since your plans would benefit it. You all swim towards the mountains, the Kamira following and carrying that sphere it made, and that bright crystal. Some of the Gork! go a short ways ahead, using thin beams to cut down plants ahead, as you all swim at a fair, but calm pace. After all, if you panicked, and went too fast, you'd end up leaving the Kamira behind, to rely on it's own tools.
When you break out of the slime cloud, you realize that the Kamira is acting kinda funny... like it saw something dangerous you didn't. It's shouting up a storm, but not in words, just sounds. But, you all press on, since if you stop to fight, that is less time to rest. Some of the Gork! split allong the way, adding to your numbers.
Once you reach the mountain, you utter another string of commands, and the Gork! start cutting a cave into the mountainside. There is no strong current sucking the rock away, so one or two of you use low strength slime to push the rocks created away. Pretty quickly the multitude of Gork! have a tunnel long and wide enough for the Kamira and two or three Gork! to pass through comfortably, and a room just for the Kamira to rest in. While the Kamira settles in, you all quickly carve out some smaller rooms, industriously making rooms for you to all rest in.
Generations pass. The Gork! carve out their nests, leaving huge rooms and tunnels for the larger Kamira, who lay eggs faster than the Gork! can split, but which take longer to hatch, leaving the Kamira slightly slower to reproduce. Regardless, the Kamira keep a protective vigil, guarding the quickly expanding tunnels and mines of the Gork!, who have discovered rocks that can quickly heat, and even explode, rocks full of holes, and soft rocks that are very much like meat. Several Kamira have occasionally reported ridiculously high heat signatures, never more than one at once, but always gone in a moment. Sometimes a Gork! or a Kamira venture alone far from the nest. They never return. Whatever is out there, it's not friendly.
Frequently, large groups will go out to hunt midgets, sometimes encountering swarms with those controllers within. These beasts prove to be very rare, however, but when encountered the Gork! and Kamira have celebratory feasts over the good hunts.
You are now a newly spawned Gork!, of the Scar branch.
The three branches of Gork! have each created a separate nest, although they are joined by several tunnels, and often interact. The Kamira have rooms in each branch's nest, not really caring one way or another which branch's nest they reside in.
you have 6 hp
you have 4 stomach
you have 9 DNA
Flaming Leaches And Beetles On Rye Toast... my name is an acronym...