For his contribution to Alien Week, George Lopez has chosen to profile one of the many alien races that are featured in his A Distant Battlefield trilogy; The Sub-Legathians – a reptilian/humanoid race.
Aliens from the long-running play-by-post game Blue Dwarf. Blue Dwarf is based on the BBC comedy series Red Dwarf, and is hosted at ongoingworlds.com
Mesklinites, to put into terms that everyone understands, are intelligent centipedes. Their home planet, Mesklin, is a world of methane oceans and has a hydrogen atmosphere.
To kick off Alien Week 2011 we’ve decided to upload a large stash of ‘Alien Profiles’ taken from the strategy game Space Empires V. There are a total of 13 Alien Profiles in this set, all of which should tickle your muse. Here are the links:
The Norak are a deeply religious people, prone to impulsive crusades against their neighbours. They can be seen in the science fiction strategy game Space Empires V.
The Xi’Chung are a psychotic race of insects, who are devoted to the destruction of all life other than their own. They can be seen in the Space Empires V.
The Cue Cappa are a symbiotic race with advanced psychic abilities. They can be seen in the science fiction strategy game Space Empires V.
A devious race who possess Temporal Manipulation technology. They can be seen in the science fiction strategy game Space Empires V.
The Sergetti are a race of aggressive xenophobes, who use advanced crystalline technology to destroy their enemies. They can be seen in the science fiction strategy game Space Empires V.
The Sithrak are a humanoid race who evolved in another dimension. They live for battle and will not tolerate ‘lesser’ species as neighbors. They can be seen in the science fiction strategy game Space Empires V.