Evolution from Humans Edit
Homo Deformum split off from Homo Sapiens the same time that Homo Magnus adapted from them. Through a lack of resources, they became smaller and mentally regressed to pure instinct instead of logical thought. When Homo Magnus left the earth, plant life and animal life began to flourish over thousands of years. With that came a greater threat for Homo Deformum by larger prey, and they adapted to the trees like their ape ancestors. But with these new threats came greater opportunity. Over tens of thousands of years, they adapted to the new environment, growing bigger, stronger and faster, with greater senses and hunting instincts, evolving into Homo Indomitus.