The tikoroach splits from its ancestor the premekoroach and moves to Ittiz Coast. A big change is that the tikoroach is amphibious now. They sometimes come out of the water and do scavenge hunting on the coast. And when its time to lay eggs, the females go to the coast, at night and make a hole were they put the eggs. That way they are protected better and there is no need to protect them constantly. When the young ones hatch, they burrow themselves out and head to the water. When they go to sleep, they burrow themselves in the ground. They have six legs now, that way they are faster. The tikoroach has developed a sticky, red-purple fluid to attract flytikers. When the flytikers touch it, they are stuck and they are easy prey for the tikoroach. That way the tikoroach has an external food source. Its body is full of this fluid, so when it dies, the flytikers will be stuck to its body and other roaches can eat them. Because of the purple color of this fluid, the skin color of the tikoroach has changed.