So, I'm curious, and figured people more immersed in the rpg might be the best lot to ask: Which entity or group is most likely to experiment on Qulaar bio-technology?
Just wondering, as Qularr stuff, being biological, has a lot of potential for body horror for the creations spawned through the tinkering of it. I'm thinking reverse engineered bio-armour creating a Prototype-inspired tentacled horror that can shapeshift, possibly with reference to similarities to the Roin'esh and fanoning in the Qularr developing special troops for anti-Roin'esh combat. Just an idea I've been considering for a character in Online, as I like to tie things to canon where I can, but wondering how plausible it is.
VIPER looks like a good bet for biological monstrosity creation, but without the snake theme, I doubt it'd hold their interest... But I'm unsure who else is available for unleashing bio-horrors, as almost everyone else seems robots or weapons development.
Also, I'm kinda curious which of the books have any details on the bug-eyed aliens, as in how they interact with other aliens, and how their society works. I understand that they don't have individual names and are usually named by their caste/function, aka Drone, Invasion Leader, etc? That would imply that the one we see in Westside missions, Ludvig, is either an oddball who likely has a proper name, i.e. Researcher or something due to his sciency nature, was nicknamed that by the local primitives, or is just named Ludvig and we should MST3K mantra his existence.
I'd guess Galactic Champions would as it's spacey, Champions Universe too, but anything else?
What's their adaptivity rate, generally, in peoples RPG games? With biological weapons, you could concievably have some Borg-esque adapting to attacks between encounters as they'd have a more innate understanding of biological modification, and could be easily adapted into having mastery over gene-modifying viruses at will, mutating them: we do see in Online that they drop mutagens, so that sounds like a plausible fanon about it, right?