Story and Art Gallery

The Story of Jade Red and Cannonball Head

After first being created Jade Red and Cannonball Head were immediately separated by their own electromagnetic polarities.  They became a part of the endless universe and existed on opposite sides, unable to see each other.  An eternity passed as they developed the technology to access the other's world.  Unknowingly they were defending their systems against each other, and destroyed each other an infinite amount of times.  The war continued until they forgot about each other.  They were restricted from their own memory as well as the others, until finally gaining the ability to access both their own and the others memory, working together to create a woven frequency to combine their worlds once again.

Cannonball Head (pictured left) and Jade Red (pictured right)

Jade Red and Cannonball Head Characters of the Game. 
 The colors are determined by the (RGB) red green blue color model .  The location of each teams home communication source is located by using the RGB values as coordinates in a 3 dimensional environment.  The 3 dimensional environment uses a 3 axis system; X-axis, Y-axis, Z-axis.  For example, the color orange has an RGB value of (255,165,0), so the coordinates for the communication source is located at X:255, Y:165, Z:0 or written as (255,165,0).
Colors are also referred to as a hexadecimal value.  For example: Red is known as an RGB value of (255,0,0) and as a hexadecimal value of #ff0000.  A hexadecimal color is specified with: #RRGGBB; Red (RR), Green (GG) and Blue (BB). The # symbol refers to the hexadecimal value, and ff0000 indicates the red color.  The integers 00 and ff specify the intensity of the color.  The color black is written as #000000, and the color white is written as #ffffff.  Purple is written as #800080
A blue artificial intellgence database robot might like to be known as RGB(0,0,255) or #0000ff.
Read more about colors in the colors tab.

 There is a home communication source for each team color. 

The color that you chose for your Communication Core has an RGB value; The RGB value of your Communication Core is the location of your communication source located within the positive x, y, and z axis. You can move your coordinates to any area of any axis that you like. 

Pictured below are images of some of the characters and their colors.

This is the red team. These are the male and a female leaders of the red colors. RGB(255,0,0)  #ff0000

This is the yellow team. These are the male and a female leaders of the yellow colors.
RGB(255,255,0)  #ffff00

This is the green team. These are the male and a female leaders of the green colors. RGB(0,255,0)  #00ff00
This is the blue team. These are the male and a female leaders of the blue colors.  RGB(0,0,255)  #0000ff

This is the magenta team. These are the male and a female leaders of the magenta colors. RGB(255,0,255)  #ff00ff
This is the purple team. These are the male and a female leaders of the purple colors. RGB(128,0,128)  #800080

Jade Red and Cannonball Head use their communication cores and drones to scan the surface of planet Filsbar.  The surface of Filsbar can perform in different ways while near or while touching other materials.  Jade Red and Cannonball Head travel in the bioluminescent light of the planet.  The functions of the planet are programmed and controlled by Jade Red and Cannonball Head.  Jade Red and Cannonball Head exist most often invisibly inside the electromagnetic field formed from the planet Filsbar.

Planet Filsbar produces an electrolyte fluid to surround the center core.  Plantae strucural supports extended during the electrolyte fill to hold the center metallic core in place.  The planet inner core walls and core structural supports inject and recycle the electrolyte fluid.