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  • The Xenomorph or Biomechanoid-Parasiticia (scientific classification) was a parasitoid extraterrestrial species that had lived within the Beta Quadrant. Within the Warship Voyager universe it was theorized that Xenomorphs were a possible evolutionary sub species of BORG. In 2367 the Federation first encountered the Xenomorph on LV-426.
  • The Xenomorphs would mercilessly kill and eat. The queen is a gigantic one, which lays eggs. These eggs hatch into "facehuggers", which cling onto a victim's face and, later, small aliens called Chestbursters would pop out of their chest, hence the name. The blood of an Xenomorph is acidic, and they are covered in spikes and claws to kill prey. The Xenomorph queen must lay an egg containing a facehugger that then inpregnates a host in order to infest.
  • Xenomorphs were a bizarre parasitic species.
  • The Xenomorph, also known as Alien, is a playable guest character in Mortal Kombat X.
  • Xenomorph was a reverse wedge shaped robot that exclusively competed in Series 7 of Robot Wars, losing its only battle.
  • Xenomorphs (more commonly referred to simply as Aliens) are an extraterrestrial species of insectoid parasites with elongated heads. Among the deadliest of all known alien species, Xenomorphs need a host organism in order to reproduce. Unlike many other extraterrestrial races, they are not an intelligent civilization, but predatory creatures with no higher goals than the propagation of their species and the destruction of life that could pose a threat. Like wasps or termites, Aliens are eusocial, with a single fertile queen breeding a caste of warriors. The Xenomorph biological life cycle, in which their offspring are violently implanted inside living hosts before erupting from their chests, is in many ways their signature trait.
  • There are many stages in a xenomorph's life cycle. The first stage is the egg, which is a dark shade of green and is leathery. When there is movement near the egg it opens up and releases a facehugger. The facehugger only lives for a short amount of time. It finds a foe, and clings onto it over the mouth. It then shoots a tube down the host's throat, and implants the alien embryo. The facehugger then dies and falls off the host. A few hours later, the developed alien will burst out of the host chest in the form of a chestburster. The chestburster will shed many times and develop into an adult alien which is a dangerous threat to all nearby life. Some aliens will develop into queen aliens, which lay the eggs, thus restarting the life cycle.
  • *Allegiance:"New" Decepticons/Destrons/Predacons. *Altmode: Xenomorph *Optics: Green *Color Scheme: Black *Weapon:Claws
  • Sigourney Weaver's character, Ellen Ripley, confronts the xenomorph queen from the film in "Peter's Daughter". The queen is voiced by Mike Henry. A Xenomorph with eyes on its face can be spotted in "Blue Harvest" during the scene in Mos Eisley Cantina.
  • Xenomorphs are a mysterious creature encountered in the Survivor mode of Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt. The term "Xenomorphs" is used in reference to this creature as well as Metroids and Zoomers, but this article only covers the first creature. They are similar in appearance to Mochtroids with a single green nuclei, and do not actively engage Samus. Xenomorphs levitate around the area with their two long talons extended to their sides. They will twist their bodies to disappear, and then reappear. Of the three creatures encountered in this mode, Xenomorphs are the easiest to kill, only needing two Power Beam shots to dispatch them.
  • The Alien, also called the Xenomorph, is a fictional endoparasitoid extraterrestrial species that is the primary antagonist of the Alien film series. The species made its debut in the 1979 film Alien, and reappeared in its sequels Aliens (1986), Alien 3 (1992), and Alien Resurrection (1997). It has also appeared in the series' two spinoffs Alien vs. Predator (2004) and Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (2007), as well as the series' subsidiary literature and video games. Concept and creation
  • This is not paranoia talking. Xenomorphs can be commonly seen running around killing everything. Xenomorphs exist for the sole purpose to seek out and kill you. A hungry Xenomorph will kill you and eat you. Xenomorphs are a super-evolved form of the Grue, which means that it is fucking dangerous to fight. You will die. You will be eaten. The only variance is whether you're eaten from without or within. They also have acid blood which is like lava, it can MELT anything. Except for some reason themselves. Their only documented weakness is being sucked out of airlocks on board interstellar spaceships.
  • One of the few non-Covenant extraterrestrial species encountered by humanity, these creatures also hold the distinction of being the first, although rumours of their existence have never been common, and encounters with them on LV-426 in the Calpamos system, and on the classified Fiorina 161 penal colony, were classified at the highest levels to prevent a general panic. With the Human-Covenant War, the existence of these creatures has become a poorly kept secret among UNSC forces, and various factions have involved themselves with trying to study the elusive, dangerous, and extremely valuable creatures. Outbreak of Xenomorphs on UNSC colonies or human-occupied or claimed world constitutes a (code) Hydra-grade threat assessment, at least four of which have been confirmed declared and contai
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Environmental
  • Various extreme environmental conditions
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sapience
  • Semi-sapient
  • Semi-Sapient
Behavior
  • Vicious
  • Levitating
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  • Xenomorph
Aggressive
  • Extreme
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Homeland
  • Xenomorph Prime
Birthplace
  • Kabula, Lotos Prime
Games
Eyes
  • None
Dimensions
  • 69.0
Power
  • 600
Age
  • 630
Series
  • 7
Blood
  • Black
Status
  • Alive
  • Abundant
Affiliation
  • Unaffiliated
  • None
team members
  • Jeff Flitton
  • Terry Weights
  • Tracey Preston
Habitat
  • Anywhere
Hair
  • None
Name
  • Alien
  • Xenomorph
  • Xenomorph XX121
  • Internecivus raptus/Linguafoeda acheronsis
skincolor
  • Black/grey
Ethnicity
  • Black
Caption
  • Xenomorph
  • A Xenomorph.
Weakness
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  • Intervacius raptus
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Designation
  • Reptilian
Language
  • A series of hisses and shrieks ranging from deep to high
Aliases
  • Alien, The Alien, Eighth Passenger, monster, Stranger, Xeno
Weight
  • 136
  • Variable
  • 95.0
  • 218.0
OtherNames
  • "Alien", "Xenomorph"
Planet
  • Acheron LV-426
Height
  • 6
  • 7
  • Variable
  • 2.0
Weapons
  • Spinning Disc, Wedge and Spikes
Lifespan
  • Unknown
Color
  • Green
Sub
Distinctions
  • Eyeless, telepathic
  • Different host body type produces different variants in social caste structure.
  • Similar to Mochtroids
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Social
  • Colony
Image
  • Scan0024.jpg
Affiliations
  • None
Universe
  • AVP Universe
  • Alien vs. Predator
Homeworld
  • Unknown
Attacks
  • None
Occupation
  • Unknown
Diet
  • Carnivores
  • Carnivore
Gender
  • Male
RealName
  • Alien XX121
World
Types
  • Variable
Designer
  • H. R. Giger
  • Carlo Rambaldi
Creator
  • Ridley Scott
  • Dan O'Bannon
  • Ronald Shusett
Nationality
  • He is from Lotos Prime
Size
  • Small
binomen
  • Internecivus raptus
  • Linguafoeda acheronsis
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  • The Xenomorph or Biomechanoid-Parasiticia (scientific classification) was a parasitoid extraterrestrial species that had lived within the Beta Quadrant. Within the Warship Voyager universe it was theorized that Xenomorphs were a possible evolutionary sub species of BORG. In 2367 the Federation first encountered the Xenomorph on LV-426.
  • The Xenomorphs would mercilessly kill and eat. The queen is a gigantic one, which lays eggs. These eggs hatch into "facehuggers", which cling onto a victim's face and, later, small aliens called Chestbursters would pop out of their chest, hence the name. The blood of an Xenomorph is acidic, and they are covered in spikes and claws to kill prey. The Xenomorph queen must lay an egg containing a facehugger that then inpregnates a host in order to infest.
  • Xenomorphs are a mysterious creature encountered in the Survivor mode of Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt. The term "Xenomorphs" is used in reference to this creature as well as Metroids and Zoomers, but this article only covers the first creature. They are similar in appearance to Mochtroids with a single green nuclei, and do not actively engage Samus. Xenomorphs levitate around the area with their two long talons extended to their sides. They will twist their bodies to disappear, and then reappear. Of the three creatures encountered in this mode, Xenomorphs are the easiest to kill, only needing two Power Beam shots to dispatch them. Metroids are also referred to as Xenomes by the Space Pirates in Metroid Prime, such as on the Xenome Containment Unit. The Xenomorph description is likely a reference to the Alien film franchise, from which Metroid took much inspiration. In this case, it refers to the titular Alien creatures in the films, which are also referred to as Xenomorphs.
  • Xenomorphs were a bizarre parasitic species.
  • The Xenomorph, also known as Alien, is a playable guest character in Mortal Kombat X.
  • This is not paranoia talking. Xenomorphs can be commonly seen running around killing everything. Xenomorphs exist for the sole purpose to seek out and kill you. A hungry Xenomorph will kill you and eat you. Xenomorphs are a super-evolved form of the Grue, which means that it is fucking dangerous to fight. You will die. You will be eaten. The only variance is whether you're eaten from without or within. They also have acid blood which is like lava, it can MELT anything. Except for some reason themselves. Their only documented weakness is being sucked out of airlocks on board interstellar spaceships. THE XENOMORPH WANTS TO KILL YOU! And eat you. Raw. The Xenomorph can't cook. It would like to have a nice human being sautéed in clarified butter with some leeks, chives, crushed mint leaves, and sodium hydroxide sauce. Sadly, the aspiring Xenomorph gourmet invariably ends up burning the butter, dropping the the chives on the floor, and getting the pH of the sodium hydroxide sauce too low. No human has ever lived long enough to be sure what happens to Xenomorph-slain comrades, except for Sigourney Weaver (a.k.a. Ellen Ripley), and she ain't talking. No matter how cleverly you think you hide yourself, a Xenomorph will always find you. They don't use eyes. They instead smell out your sweat, fear, blood, and usually urine. Of course they might have eyes somewhere, but nobody has examined one long enough before getting brutally murdered to find out. Xenomorph blood is a strong acid, but when mixed with sugar and babies forms addictive low-fat, low-carb baby cake. However, this is not to be confused with LSD which, unlike Xenomorph blood, does not melt through your jaw when you put some on your tongue. Many LSD addicts can attest to this. Well, actually, they can't because they don't have a lower jaw. Oh, and a Xenomorph ate them.
  • Xenomorph was a reverse wedge shaped robot that exclusively competed in Series 7 of Robot Wars, losing its only battle.
  • Xenomorphs (more commonly referred to simply as Aliens) are an extraterrestrial species of insectoid parasites with elongated heads. Among the deadliest of all known alien species, Xenomorphs need a host organism in order to reproduce. Unlike many other extraterrestrial races, they are not an intelligent civilization, but predatory creatures with no higher goals than the propagation of their species and the destruction of life that could pose a threat. Like wasps or termites, Aliens are eusocial, with a single fertile queen breeding a caste of warriors. The Xenomorph biological life cycle, in which their offspring are violently implanted inside living hosts before erupting from their chests, is in many ways their signature trait.
  • There are many stages in a xenomorph's life cycle. The first stage is the egg, which is a dark shade of green and is leathery. When there is movement near the egg it opens up and releases a facehugger. The facehugger only lives for a short amount of time. It finds a foe, and clings onto it over the mouth. It then shoots a tube down the host's throat, and implants the alien embryo. The facehugger then dies and falls off the host. A few hours later, the developed alien will burst out of the host chest in the form of a chestburster. The chestburster will shed many times and develop into an adult alien which is a dangerous threat to all nearby life. Some aliens will develop into queen aliens, which lay the eggs, thus restarting the life cycle.
  • *Allegiance:"New" Decepticons/Destrons/Predacons. *Altmode: Xenomorph *Optics: Green *Color Scheme: Black *Weapon:Claws
  • One of the few non-Covenant extraterrestrial species encountered by humanity, these creatures also hold the distinction of being the first, although rumours of their existence have never been common, and encounters with them on LV-426 in the Calpamos system, and on the classified Fiorina 161 penal colony, were classified at the highest levels to prevent a general panic. With the Human-Covenant War, the existence of these creatures has become a poorly kept secret among UNSC forces, and various factions have involved themselves with trying to study the elusive, dangerous, and extremely valuable creatures. Outbreak of Xenomorphs on UNSC colonies or human-occupied or claimed world constitutes a (code) Hydra-grade threat assessment, at least four of which have been confirmed declared and contained during Insurrectionist flare-ups in the mid and latter 2550s, either accidentally or intentionally, as well as unconfirmed near-outbreak during Operation: VORAUSSICHT investigations into Project VENATOR.
  • The Alien, also called the Xenomorph, is a fictional endoparasitoid extraterrestrial species that is the primary antagonist of the Alien film series. The species made its debut in the 1979 film Alien, and reappeared in its sequels Aliens (1986), Alien 3 (1992), and Alien Resurrection (1997). It has also appeared in the series' two spinoffs Alien vs. Predator (2004) and Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (2007), as well as the series' subsidiary literature and video games. Unlike many other recurring enemy extraterrestrial races in science fiction, the aliens are not an intelligent civilization, but predatory creatures with no higher goals than the propagation of their species and the destruction of life that could pose a threat. Like wasps or termites, aliens are eusocial, with a single fertile queen breeding a caste of sterile warriors. The aliens' life cycle, in which their offspring are violently implanted inside living hosts before erupting from their chests, is in many ways their signature aspect. Their design deliberately evokes many sexual images, both male and female, to illustrate its blurring of human sexual dichotomy. The alien design is credited to Swiss surrealist and artist H. R. Giger, originating in a lithograph called Necronom IV and refined for the series' first film, Alien. The species' design and life cycle have been extensively added to throughout each film. Concept and creation Necronom IV, Giger's surrealist painting that formed the basis for the alien's designThe script for the 1979 film Alien was initially drafted by Dan O'Bannon and Ronald Shusett.[10] Dan O'Bannon drafted an opening in which the crew of a mining ship are sent to investigate a mysterious message on an alien planetoid. He eventually settled on the threat being an alien creature; however, he could not conceive of an interesting way for it to get onto the ship. Inspired after waking from a dream, Shusett said, "I have an idea: the monster screws one of them";[10] planting its seed in his body, and then bursting out of his chest. Both realized the idea had never been done before, and it subsequently became the core of the film.[10] "This is a movie about alien interspecies rape," O'Bannon said on the documentary Alien Evolution, "That's scary because it hits all of our buttons."[11] Giger's Alien design, inspired by his earlier painting Necronom IV, for the film AlienThe title of the film was decided late in the script's development. O'Bannon had quickly dropped the film's original title, Star Beast, but could not think of a name to replace it. "I was running through titles, and they all stank," O'Bannon said in an interview, "when suddenly, that word alien just came out of the typewriter at me. Alien. It's a noun and it's an adjective."[10] The word alien subsequently became the title of the film and, by extension, the name of the creature itself. Prior to writing the script to Alien, O'Bannon had been working in France for Chilean cult director Alejandro Jodorowsky's planned adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic sci-fi novel Dune. Also hired for the project was Swiss surrealist artist HR Giger. Giger showed O'Bannon his nightmarish, monochromatic artwork, which left O'Bannon deeply disturbed. "I had never seen anything that was quite as horrible and at the same time as beautiful as his work," he remembered later.[12] The Dune film collapsed, but O'Bannon would remember Giger when Alien was greenlit, and suggested to director Ridley Scott that he be brought on to design the alien, saying that if he were to design a monster, it would be truly original.[10] Giger's alien, as portrayed by Bolaji Badejo in Ridley Scott's 1979 film AlienAfter O'Bannon handed him a copy of Giger's book Necronomicon, Scott immediately saw the potential for Giger's designs, and chose Necronom IV, a painting Giger completed in 1976, as the basis for the alien's design, citing its beauty and strong sexual overtones. That the creature could just as easily have been male or female was also a strong factor in the decision to use it. "It could just as easily fuck you before it killed you," said line producer Ivor Powell, "[which] made it all the more disconcerting."[11] Fox were initially wary of allowing Giger onto the project, saying that his works would be too disturbing for audiences, but eventually relented. Giger initially offered to completely design the alien from scratch, but Scott mandated that he base his work on Necronom IV, saying that to start over from the beginning would be too time-consuming. Giger signed on to design the adult, egg and chest-burster forms, but ultimately also designed the alien planetoid LV-426 and the Space Jockey alien vessel.[10] Giger conceived the alien as being vaguely human but a human in full armor, protected from all outside forces. He mandated that the creature have no eyes, because he felt that it made them much more frightening if you could not tell they were looking at you.[11] Giger also gave the alien's mouth a second inner set of jaws located at the tip of a long, tongue-like proboscis which could extend rapidly for use as a weapon. His design for the creature was heavily influenced by an aesthetic he had created and termed biomechanical, a fusion of the organic and the mechanic.[11] His mock-up of the alien was created using parts from an old Rolls Royce car, rib bones and the vertebrae from a snake, molded with plasticine. The alien's animatronic head, which contained 900 moving parts, was designed and constructed by special effects designer Carlo Rambaldi.[10] Giger and Rambaldi would both go on to win the 1980 Academy award for visual effects for their design of the alien.[13] Scott decided on the man-in-suit approach for creating the creature onscreen. Initially circus performers were tried, then multiple actors together in the same costume, but neither proved scary. Deciding that the creature would be scarier the closer it appeared to a human, Scott decided that a single, very tall, very thin man be used. Scott was inspired by a photograph of Leni Riefenstahl standing next to a 6'4" Nubian.[14] The casting director found 7'2", rail-thin graphic designer Bolaji Badejo in a local pub. Badejo went to tai chi and mime classes to learn how to slow down his movements.[10] According to critic Ximena Gallardo, the alien's combination of sexually evocative physical and behavioral characteristics creates, "a nightmare vision of sex and death. It subdues and opens the female anus to make it pregnant, and then explodes it in birth. In its adult form, the alien strikes its victims with a rigid phallic tongue that breaks through skin and bone. More than a phallus, however, the retractable tongue has its own set of snapping metallic teeth that connects it to the castrating vagina dentata."[15]
  • Sigourney Weaver's character, Ellen Ripley, confronts the xenomorph queen from the film in "Peter's Daughter". The queen is voiced by Mike Henry. A Xenomorph with eyes on its face can be spotted in "Blue Harvest" during the scene in Mos Eisley Cantina.
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