I developed this idea where "what if, in the infinite timelines, there are Earths where a change in vertebrate evolutionary history caused a group of invertebrates to eventually take the place of humans, with the invertebrate group's species being the human earth's species in that group anatomically, but anthropomorphic in shape?" Here's what I have: A cephalopod earth a chelicerate earth a crustacean earth a gastropod earth a lobopod earth a trilobite earth
Some of the individual characters: In the cephalopod earth, 1 of the characters is a nautilus who hates, hates, HATES being called an ammonite (in these parallel earths, a lot of sub groups in these invertebrate groups that are extinct in the human earth are still around. So, in the cephalopod earth, ammonoids, nautiluses, & coleoids coexist). In the chelicerate earth, 1 of the characters is a Thyiana Sylvanis jumping spider who has a habit of offering steamed insect meat to others at the most inane times to do so, a reference to a running gag in the Fourth Doctor era of Doctor Who where The Doctor would offer Jelly Babies at the most inane times to do so. Her boyfriend has a habit of being in some sort of bandages when he appears. There is also a diving bell spider who has such a thick Australian accent that not even other Australians from her area can understand her, a reference to Young Frankenstein, where the constable had such a strong accent that not even the local townsfolk can understand him. In the gastropod earth, 1 of the characters is a Violet snail who has to wear sunglasses because she has no eyes (like real violet snails) & breeds siphonophores for food. I have no characters for the other 3.