8 years ago
It's only just occurred to me that I've never actually posted in detail about my character (to my better memory, whoops).
At any rate, I shall shamelessly copy and paste my own work.
Xenomorph classification process was intiated on a sedated and docile specimen at **/**/** at *** hours, information classfied, V.I.P usage only.
Name: Gaunt ('Gaunt' is the common descriptive nickname that has been given to the particular Xenomorph by soldiers in the field. It is responcible for multiple horrific deaths and the destruction of Weyland Yutani property in different time zones and locations).
Class: Adult:Stage three Xenomorph:Chestburster.
-A conflicting arguement between our top Xenobiological researchers is where 'Gaunt' should be classified in the Xenomorph life cycle as it is clearly overgrown and stronger that an average chestburster, even able to match the failed *[series] Xenomorphes in combat, with fairly brutal results. (refer to field test #2491). This conumdrum will take many more months of research to resolve.-
Dimensions: Gaunt has reached a size that is roughly two times that of a normal chestburster, his dimensions are as followed:
Width: 1.75 inches (varied measurment, desceased bodily mass and size around its lower [abdominal?] region and tail).
Height: Approximately 1'5'' in height (this is also a varied figure, inclusion of tail can render Gaunt up to 1.75 feet in height).
Apperance: Gaunt has fairly normal skin colourisation and pigmentation for a Xenomorph chestburster, though also a larger body, compared to that of an average chestburster.
It has a cyan coloured skin patch on the back of its neck/head (unknown meaning and/or function), its frontal limbs are also significantly bigger, measured to be increased from the varied but typical half inche to three inches in length (which in turn balance out to its bodily mass).
-INSERTED **/**/**- : We are surprised to report that we have found the reason for the Xenomorphs continued survival, despite its history for grevious wounds, the likes of which should of destroyed it.
It has seemingly adopted hereditary traits which allow us to classify its intended adult form as that of a Xenomorph Warrior, which inherit the same genetic advantages. What many scientists have dubbed as the "Onslaught Genome" is the key to this discovery.
It should also be noted that this genetic advantage not only makes Gaunt harder to destroy, but all the more dangerous to any that come across it. We have no doubt that the Xenomorph has also inherited a highly pressurized bloodstream making it extremely volatile in combat, with a chance to explode on death.
Redundant life support organs are present in Gaunt, allowing it to regenerate limbs, organs and potentially its entire being, over time. While all Xenomorphs can, in fact, naturally regenerate over time, with these organs present Gaunt is able to repair itself at almost any time, even with a loss of up 92% of its bodily function.
In conclusion we have found that to destroy Gaunt every key particle of its being must be destroyed, due to the multiple life support organs, encased in different sections of its body. Even if one of these unknown organs is left intact it has the potential to regenerate the others, even after death of the body and the mind.
It is advised to any personel ever found in a situation facing Gaunt or a Xenomorph of the same caste, due to the organs being self sustaning and highly resistant, to physical and environmental damage alike.
Side notes: This Xenomoprh shows no clear sign of mutation or deformation and yet it still resides in its adolessant state, this leads us to believe that the Xenomorph has almost complete control over its own personal devlopment. This is an exciting find as this confirms that the research of **.****** is indeed valid. Further more the fact that Gaunt has managed to outgrow the size of a typical chestburster but still retain his bodily state only confirms our beliefs and the evidentual facts layed forth by the research.
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