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Extraterrestrial Evolution Barlowe’s Aliens Classified By Tera Reid
Progenitor: Solaris 700 billion tons 700 billion tons Organic entity Organic entity Devoid of O2 Devoid of O2 Organized Intelligence Organized Intelligence
Progenitor: Solaris Solaris Mimoids Gaseous Mother Plant Independents Bird-likeSeal-like
Mimoids Soft Ones -Intelligent -Gaseous -Feed on Sunlight Black Cloud -Interstellar hydrogen -Absorbs sun/star energy
Mother Large, intelligent organism Large, intelligent organism Camouflage – large boulder Camouflage – large boulder Omnivorous Omnivorous Females - Stationary Females - Stationary
Mother Cryer Cryer - silicon-based plant - Unity - 18% Oxygen Czill Czill - Mobile plant intelligence - Absorbs carbon dioxide, water Dextran Dextran - Carnivorous - Semi-mobile - Intelligent females
Similarities: -Metallic gray tone – 2.5 meters - Intelligent forms Cryer Cygnostik Convergent Evolution with Bipedal Species Cryer Garnishee Similarities: -Tree shaped *Omnivorous, like Mother*
DEXTRAN Dextran Slash Mesklinite MedusanRadiate Sirian
Slash Mesklinite Radiate Sirian Slash Mesklinite Radiate Sirian Loss of tentacles Gain of 18 pairs of legs Gain of tentacles, fur Inherited eyes Velantian -Serpentine -12 limbs
Independent Independent Old Galactic Nervous system Host bodies Bird-likeSeal-like
Common Evolutionary Trait Chosen: Wings Common Evolutionary Trait Chosen: Wings Cinruss* Overlords Old One* Cinruss* Overlords Old One*
Cinruss Loss of Wings 6 limbs Now bipedal Chulpex Insectoid Evolution Demu 4 limbs Bipedal Hard Chiton Exoskeleton Wings Sustained Overlord
Evolution of Exoskeleton -Body Armor - Wings Overlord Flexible skin like bone Antennae DirDir Exoskeleton Mandibles Flexible Pnume
Tentacle & Winged Evolution Wings Trait Riim - Bipedal - Bird-like Ixtl -4 arms, 4 legs - Derivative of the tentacles Ixchel - 4 arms, 2 legs - Derivative of tentacles - Bipedal The Thing -Tentacle hands - 4 limbs - Shapeshifter
Old One Ishtarian Demon Both plant and animal life Tentacles to Limbs Moss – Body Leaves – Mane 6 limbs to 4 limbs Fur instead of Plant
Puppeteer Sulidor Dilbian Back to 1 head Bipedal, thicker fur Elongated nose Shortened nose to muzzle Thinned fur; bear-like Maintains 4 limbs Brainless heads
Tran Vegan Ruml -Mammalian - Broad, not strong - 4 fingered hands - Weak, flexible - 6 fingered hands -Marsupials - Narrow pelvis - Cannot stand fully erect
Ruml Athshean -Fur, Closer to erect, no pouches -evolved from tree dwelling primates after a more human species on Athshe became extinct
Seal-like shape Uchjinian PolarianAbyormenite Gowachin Thrint Merseian Salaman Lithian Guildsmen Cygnan
Uchjinian Appears Genderless Range in color Pliable smear of matter Float freely Abyormenite -Genderless -Six tentacles Polarian -Teardrop shape -Muscular socket and wheel
Abyormenite TyreeanMaster RegulTriped
Gowachin Thrint Merseian - Amphibious - Smooth, wet skin - Webbing Gowachin Salaman Lithian Thrint -Reptilian -Scales Merseian - Mammalian - Faint scales Salaman - Amphibious Lithian -Amphibian to Reptile Development
Amphibian Humanoid Guild Steersman - Humanoid - Webbed Feet & Hands
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