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Our First Look at Six Types of Xenomorphs in Aliens: Fireteam!

After showing off a 25 minute gameplay demo last week, IGN continues their month-long exclusive coverage of Aliens: Fireteam with a good look at of six new Xenomorph enemy types our marines will be engaging.

“The recently announced Aliens: Fireteam – the third-person, three-player PvE co-op survival shooter set after the original Alien trilogy – isn’t just throwing you into the Alien-verse with friends to shoot at enemies you already know about, like Xenomorphs, Facehuggers, and Synthetics. It’s also adding some new entries into the Alien codex.

We’re spotlighting six of the new Xenomorph alien types you’ll run into in Fireteam in the gallery below. Say hello to the Runner, Drone, Praetorian, Prowler, Burster, and Spitter.”

 Our First Look at Six Types of Xenomorphs in Aliens: Fireteam!

“Though they generally behave like Runners, Bursters are more dangerous. When slain, their bodies explode into a lethal pool of acid. The species they gestate within is not yet known, but likely indigenous to [REDACTED].” In short, don’t kill them up close.”

 Our First Look at Six Types of Xenomorphs in Aliens: Fireteam!

“Though considered ‘workers’ within the hierarchy of a Xenomorph hive, Drones are opportunistic hunters, known for their ability to navigate air shafts seemingly too small for them. Moving silently through the walls, they burst out to seize and maul victims before disappearing again.” In other words, kill them quickly before they run away, only to return and cause you bigger headaches later.”

 Our First Look at Six Types of Xenomorphs in Aliens: Fireteam!

“Among the largest varieties of Xenomorph XX121, Praetorians are extraordinarily difficult to kill, with a bulletproof armored head plate used for ramming charges.” Focus your fire or face the consequences.”

 Our First Look at Six Types of Xenomorphs in Aliens: Fireteam!

Prowlers prefer to leap atop their prey from close range, knocking them to the ground to be clawed or bitten. They can be easily distinguished from other quadruped morphs by their reddish, scalloped carapace.” Even one of these guys can be extremely problematic amongst a large group of Xenos.”

 Our First Look at Six Types of Xenomorphs in Aliens: Fireteam!

Runners are pack hunters, preferring to attack in large groups, who charge in at high speed to swipe prey with their claws. Runners also use a distinctive circling attack to whip foes with their serrated tails.” Shotguns might be useful against these beasts, given their speed.”

 Our First Look at Six Types of Xenomorphs in Aliens: Fireteam!

“Unusually, Xenomorph Spitters prefer to keep distance between themselves and their prey. Though they have vicious claws and teeth, they dispatch most foes by projecting streams of powerful acid from glands in their mouths.” This is Dennis Nedry’s least-favorite Xenomorph.”

There will be 11 types of Xenomorphs in Fireteam, and in addition to the above we also know about the Warrior and the Queen, leaving another 3 type of unknown Xenomorphs lurking in the shadows for us to encounter! And 20 enemy types in total, we’re sure to be fighting an interesting roster of hostiles come later this summer.

Of note, the images of the Xenomorphs here are in-engine renders:

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  1. Trash Queen
    Because it's not what makes the Alien worth the time of day, the opposite in fact, anything you can think of applying to them's found amongst humanity anyway.

    It stretches the believability for no real benefit.

    And changes this into something it is not.
  2. Mr.Turok
    I also find it strange that humanity didn't come across another sapient extraterrestrial race after all these years. The excuse in Dead Space for example was that the Brethren Moon, who are the creators of the Markers, ate almost all life in the milky way galaxy using the Markers as beacons for them to hone in on once the necromorph infestation takes hold on the race they are infesting. Humanity was one of the last ones to be eaten so by logic, the title "Dead Space" fits due to the Brethren Moons eating all life out there.

    In the Alien/AVP/Predator Universes, there is no such excuse so I don't see introducing a new race being negative, rather it can open new avenues of storytelling.

    Google the great filter.  There is evidence to support that we might be the only ones in the REAL universe.


    I don't think so, but there is more evidence to support it now, than not.

    Its also one that is still contested as the great filter is still constructed by human eyes. Some of the challenges we face may not apply to others due to unknown variables that are very different from the ones we have here on Earth. No planet is the same and we apply human traits on such things as its the only form of reference we have. Its very possible we are the only ones but life has a way to surprise us and there might be more out there than we actually thought.
     

    So as I was reading on some of the posts here, I don't know how having different races will make a wonderful space exploration adventure like Star Wars  when it can be the polar opposite of that. I mean look at Warhammer 40k where everything is so grimdark, no one is friendly with each other and death is everywhere. Alien already explores the clashes of political power between human nations in space, why not one with some alien races? Like an uneasy alliance with a new race? Or facing a highly hostile one?
  3. PAS Spinelli
    Rebellion's AVP only used the Alien, the Praetorian, the PredAlien and Queen and although that worked I prefer more variety. Monolith's AVP maintained the right balance in my opinion for the time. 

    But I'm not opposed to the idea of having two or three variants of each caste as applicable

    Praeto Egg/Egg/Royal Egg,
    Praeto Facehugger/Facehugger/Royal Facehugger,
    Praetomorph,
    Drone/Warrior,
    Runner/Defender,
    Praetorian Guard/Praetorian Charger, Queen.

    Just not interested in rather arbitrary acid specialisations myself personally.
    It had the Runner too
     https://static.wikia.nocookie.net/weyland-ycorporation/images/9/92/Spitter_Alien.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20120522212158
  4. Trash Queen
    Rebellion's AVP only used the Alien, the Praetorian, the PredAlien and Queen and although that worked I prefer more variety. Monolith's AVP maintained the right balance in my opinion for the time. 

    But I'm not opposed to the idea of having two or three variants of each caste as applicable

    Praeto Egg/Egg/Royal Egg,
    Praeto Facehugger/Facehugger/Royal Facehugger,
    Praetomorph,
    Drone/Warrior,
    Runner/Defender,
    Praetorian Guard/Praetorian Charger, Queen.

    Just not interested in rather arbitrary acid specialisations myself personally.

  5. Still Collating...
    The 'Burster' is there to serve exactly the same purpose as Gearbox decided to include 'Boilers' for: To copy the Boomer class from 2008's 'Left 4 Dead'. It's clearly no deeper than that. This is a shallow interpretation of the continuity, heavy on the pyrotechnics and not much else - which is fine for a fun time-waster. Anyone looking to this for more than that is going to be really disappointed.

    Nevertheless, the more I see of this product, the more it feels like the team really just wanted to do a Space Marines versus Tyranids thing, but couldn't get the rights for 'Warhammer 40,000' and decided to just reskin it for 'Alien', instead. A lot of the creature variations make zero sense for our continuity, but would easily make a lot of sense for Tyranids. It's basically a cartoonish Space Marine campaign doing a search-and-destroy for Tyranids, except flavoured for LV-426.

    'Praetorians'. = Hive Tyrants. 'Runners'. = Genestealers. Etcetera... At least that would make more logical sense than a space station keeping thousands of dogs on it, for no apparent reason. And the less said about depicting the creatures from 'Aliens' as only capable of slowly walking around, the better. :laugh:

    Not that this will take anything away from the fun it will hopefully generate. If it's an affordable enough price and proves a laugh with friends, it'll basically succeed as a video game. As any kind of serious attempt at playing in the 'Alien' sandbox, though... LOL, no.

    If Aliens: Phalanx was set in a space medieval world, someone can make a book about an utopian / distopian world whose inhabitants live in a cyber/bio-punk colony, were people use the tech at hand to have fun with their sex & gender.

    Rico Ross revealed in a recent interview that the intent of that line was very much to reference an ET species. Which has always made more sense to me, since the clinical term, 'male', was used, instead of something more informal, like 'guy'.

    Besides, a galaxy where humans are the only sentient species in it feels too arrogant and unbelievable.

    As someone mentioned here before, the slow Warrior is whenever it got electrocuted, you can see the symbols beneath it's health. It's as if they always want to slow him down because they can't fight a full speed one.

    And yeah, I also get a real Warhammer space marines vs Tyranids vibe, though I don't mind that. I just hope I have enough option to raise the difficulty.

    P.S. the Spitter surely looks like it came from a neomorph, even walks like one on all fours.
  6. Immortan Jonesy
    I'd be delighted if unused creature concept from the prequels make its way in future media.


    I also find it strange that humanity didn't come across another sapient extraterrestrial race after all these years. The excuse in Dead Space for example was that the Brethren Moon, who are the creators of the Markers, ate almost all life in the milky way galaxy using the Markers as beacons for them to hone in on once the necromorph infestation takes hold on the race they are infesting. Humanity was one of the last ones to be eaten so by logic, the title "Dead Space" fits due to the Brethren Moons eating all life out there.

    In the Alien/AVP/Predator Universes, there is no such excuse so I don't see introducing a new race being negative, rather it can open new avenues of storytelling.

    Google the great filter.  There is evidence to support that we might be the only ones in the REAL universe.


    I don't think so, but there is more evidence to support it now, than not.




    Firstly from a non-fiction perspective:
    Any "intelligent extraterrestrial" life in reality, will likely be nigh incomprehensible to our perspective, it's arrogance in the extreme to think our concept of advancement's the only one.

    And from a fictional perspective:
    We see things through human eyes we have no other choice in the matter, so although it is understandable to desire to theorise on interactions with similarly intelligent (in our way of seeing advancement) extraterrestrial life by way of fiction, we must admit it's ultimately only from our biased viewpoint and not Alien at all but actually just a reflection of us.

    Something to think about...

    Alien's the antithesis to discovering new forms of life open to exchange. Even if we can, appreciate them or not the Prequels as part of the mythology firmly say nothing's out here just the absent ancients, just more land and sea and animals and us. And the artificial intelligence that want us dead.

    The original film everything's based upon, attempts to be as relatable as possible and, in this way it rightly asks what we do daily? We do not interact with other "intelligent extraterrestrial" life. We just attempt to get by, with someone else punching down intentionally or not, we get thrown to the wolves often enough.

    The Alien's (even that's just correctly actually a mirror on us now not in the hypothetical future as with most cyberpunk) the one aspect of pure fantasy in a realm attempting to stay as true to life as possible, to turn it into something with things willing or capable to communicate with humanity undermines not only the title entirely, but everything that makes it unique and worth exploring as an intellectual property in my opinion.

    Yeah, I don't want the Alien universe to be turned into a wonderful space exploration adventure like Star wars and Star Trek.

    #Alíen to life itself
  7. Kimarhi
    I also find it strange that humanity didn't come across another sapient extraterrestrial race after all these years. The excuse in Dead Space for example was that the Brethren Moon, who are the creators of the Markers, ate almost all life in the milky way galaxy using the Markers as beacons for them to hone in on once the necromorph infestation takes hold on the race they are infesting. Humanity was one of the last ones to be eaten so by logic, the title "Dead Space" fits due to the Brethren Moons eating all life out there.

    In the Alien/AVP/Predator Universes, there is no such excuse so I don't see introducing a new race being negative, rather it can open new avenues of storytelling.

    Google the great filter.  There is evidence to support that we might be the only ones in the REAL universe.


    I don't think so, but there is more evidence to support it now, than not. 
  8. Vrastal
    Other intelligent species wouldnt be the weirdest thing and does fit in universe. there's other non-intelligent species and weve seen that there are other engineer like colonies. so realistically they may be very close to the engineer or human species but its not outside the realm of possibility of the alien universe
  9. Trash Queen
    Aways the case in one way or another.
    No new species will be appropriate.
    Within the fiction of the universe or out.
    Something on the level of H.R Giger's creation?
    I sincerely doubt it.

    Firstly from a non-fiction perspective:
    Any "intelligent extraterrestrial" life in reality, will likely be nigh incomprehensible to our perspective, it's arrogance in the extreme to think our concept of advancement's the only one.

    And from a fictional perspective:
    We see things through human eyes we have no other choice in the matter, so although it is understandable to desire to theorise on interactions with similarly intelligent (in our way of seeing advancement) extraterrestrial life by way of fiction, we must admit it's ultimately only from our biased viewpoint and not Alien at all but actually just a reflection of us.

    Alien's the antithesis to discovering new forms of life open to exchange. Even if we can, appreciate them or not the Prequels as part of the mythology firmly say nothing's out here just the absent ancients, just more land and sea and animals and us. And the artificial intelligence that want us dead.

    The original film everything's based upon, attempts to be as relatable as possible and, in this way it rightly asks what we do daily? We do not interact with other "intelligent extraterrestrial" life. We just attempt to get by, with someone else punching down intentionally or not, we get thrown to the wolves often enough.

    The Alien's (even that's just correctly actually a mirror on us now not in the hypothetical future as with most cyberpunk) the one aspect of pure fantasy in a realm attempting to stay as true to life as possible, to turn it into something with things willing or capable to communicate with humanity undermines not only the title entirely, but everything that makes it unique and worth exploring as an intellectual property in my opinion.
  10. Mr.Turok
    I also find it strange that humanity didn't come across another sapient extraterrestrial race after all these years. The excuse in Dead Space for example was that the Brethren Moon, who are the creators of the Markers, ate almost all life in the milky way galaxy using the Markers as beacons for them to hone in on once the necromorph infestation takes hold on the race they are infesting. Humanity was one of the last ones to be eaten so by logic, the title "Dead Space" fits due to the Brethren Moons eating all life out there.

    In the Alien/AVP/Predator Universes, there is no such excuse so I don't see introducing a new race being negative, rather it can open new avenues of storytelling.
  11. Kimarhi
    I've always liked the Alien verse as one where a handful of intelligent species are trying to control a handful of livable worlds. 

    I dont mind new species I suppose, as long as they fit the universe. 

  12. Mr.Turok
    Having other extraterrestrials would make the universe much larger than it is. As of where it stands, it feels so backyard, like Engineers made humans, humans made androids, and if what we have is anything to go by, android makes xenomorphs. Its all full circle and too small. The universe is too massive to be contained, and the xenomorph is too dangerous to be leveled down by other alien lifeforms.

    I always saw the idea of both Alien and Predator being the dreaded boogeyman of the stars. That many races whisper in fear of, having their own legends and stories of encountering such powerful beings, hoping to never come in contact with them in their ventures among the stars. It would establish them as mythical horrors if done correctly.
  13. Immortan Jonesy
    Yes, there is an unwanted side effect if such a concept is not handled carefully.

    If Aliens: Phalanx was set in a space medieval world, someone can make a book about an utopian / distopian world whose inhabitants live in a cyber/bio-punk colony, were people use the tech at hand to have fun with their sex & gender.

    Rico Ross revealed in a recent interview that the intent of that line was very much to reference an ET species. Which has always made more sense to me, since the clinical term, 'male', was used, instead of something more informal, like 'guy'.

    Besides, a galaxy where humans are the only sentient species in it feels too arrogant and unbelievable.

    I didn't know that Rico Ross had confirmed it  8)

    That being said I actually agree with you. It's arrogant to think that humans are the only intelligent species. In fact, I don't like that there are only intelligent humanoids. I would like something more otherworldly, as one would have thought it was the biomechanoid nicknamed Space Jockey before the ancient humanity Enginers.
  14. Trash Queen
    In my opinion any other extraterrestrial intelligence severely diminishes the down to earth nature of Alien, risks turning it into just another space opera, and it's just generally not appropriate.
  15. Xenomorphine
    The 'Burster' is there to serve exactly the same purpose as Gearbox decided to include 'Boilers' for: To copy the Boomer class from 2008's 'Left 4 Dead'. It's clearly no deeper than that. This is a shallow interpretation of the continuity, heavy on the pyrotechnics and not much else - which is fine for a fun time-waster. Anyone looking to this for more than that is going to be really disappointed.

    Nevertheless, the more I see of this product, the more it feels like the team really just wanted to do a Space Marines versus Tyranids thing, but couldn't get the rights for 'Warhammer 40,000' and decided to just reskin it for 'Alien', instead. A lot of the creature variations make zero sense for our continuity, but would easily make a lot of sense for Tyranids. It's basically a cartoonish Space Marine campaign doing a search-and-destroy for Tyranids, except flavoured for LV-426.

    'Praetorians'. = Hive Tyrants. 'Runners'. = Genestealers. Etcetera... At least that would make more logical sense than a space station keeping thousands of dogs on it, for no apparent reason. And the less said about depicting the creatures from 'Aliens' as only capable of slowly walking around, the better. :laugh:

    Not that this will take anything away from the fun it will hopefully generate. If it's an affordable enough price and proves a laugh with friends, it'll basically succeed as a video game. As any kind of serious attempt at playing in the 'Alien' sandbox, though... LOL, no.

    If Aliens: Phalanx was set in a space medieval world, someone can make a book about an utopian / distopian world whose inhabitants live in a cyber/bio-punk colony, were people use the tech at hand to have fun with their sex & gender.

    Rico Ross revealed in a recent interview that the intent of that line was very much to reference an ET species. Which has always made more sense to me, since the clinical term, 'male', was used, instead of something more informal, like 'guy'.

    Besides, a galaxy where humans are the only sentient species in it feels too arrogant and unbelievable.
  16. Vrastal
    Not the best Praetorian design but I will try to stay positive.

    As a connoisseur of praetorians, which one do you like the most?

    Still yet to appear one design that I give 10/10 like I do for the Original Alien design for the average alien. Heck I need to draw one the way I think they should look like.

    But overrall the ones in AVP2 (2001) were my favorites, the bipedal look, the standing up posture in movement instead of the animal dog like others had, the armored look of their Exo/Mesoskeleton and their size. Didn't like the blue tone on them much, I prefer all Aliens pure black but there are skin mods to fix that:

    https://i.imgur.com/QyV7sTp.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/U6xQlSD.jpg

    Not a fan of the chicken legs though, but it seems like an obligatory feature for any Praetorian apperances.

    AVP Classic ones were too small and stayed too much on fours. AVP 2010 ones were maybe little too big and I didn't like when they did that pounce attack on four legs but the biomechanical look on their design was good, liked the idea of them being able to spit acid at long range. The Spitter from ACM had a Praetorian head look, with the right body one could make great Praetorian design with that.

    The ones in AVP Extinction and Evolution were just fine, AVP Requiem game meh. Might have been some comic apperances but apart from the "praetomorph" from Defiance which was okay I don't remember how they looked.

    The AVP2010 Praetorian looks like an HD updated version of the AVP2 design when you put them next to each other.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/HfRGHhQDDI0/maxresdefault.jpg

    And as Spinelli pointed out, the new Praetorian design already borrows from the Spitter design, with the addition of the Raven from what it seems like the arms and dome, and hybridized it with the AVP2010 with their own additional tweaks. I do like the new look, as it shows raw power and size that sell the Royal Guard look. Drones and even Warriors may take you for hosting new xenos, but this Preatorian will straight up rip you arms off instead and I welcome this new heavy hitter.

    I do agree that I want my black shade back. While I like me dark blues and yes the first xeno was a dark brown but traditional black should have its place again. Looking at the chest, the glowing part seems like both were the acid projectile comes from and perhaps a weak point?

    The 2010 design for all the aliens i dislike the most. the warriors heads always felt to skinny and blockish. and i just dont like the design for the preatorians
  17. Immortan Jonesy
    Arcturians confirmed! Wooohooo!


    Arcturians only as cyberpunk trans people or gtfo

    If Aliens: Phalanx was set in a space medieval world, someone can make a book about an utopian / distopian world whose inhabitants live in a cyber/bio-punk colony, were people use the tech at hand to have fun with their sex & gender.





    There is an article on the way focused on Engineer environments? Cool  8)
  18. Mr.Turok
    Not the best Praetorian design but I will try to stay positive.

    As a connoisseur of praetorians, which one do you like the most?

    Still yet to appear one design that I give 10/10 like I do for the Original Alien design for the average alien. Heck I need to draw one the way I think they should look like.

    But overrall the ones in AVP2 (2001) were my favorites, the bipedal look, the standing up posture in movement instead of the animal dog like others had, the armored look of their Exo/Mesoskeleton and their size. Didn't like the blue tone on them much, I prefer all Aliens pure black but there are skin mods to fix that:

    https://i.imgur.com/QyV7sTp.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/U6xQlSD.jpg

    Not a fan of the chicken legs though, but it seems like an obligatory feature for any Praetorian apperances.

    AVP Classic ones were too small and stayed too much on fours. AVP 2010 ones were maybe little too big and I didn't like when they did that pounce attack on four legs but the biomechanical look on their design was good, liked the idea of them being able to spit acid at long range. The Spitter from ACM had a Praetorian head look, with the right body one could make great Praetorian design with that.

    The ones in AVP Extinction and Evolution were just fine, AVP Requiem game meh. Might have been some comic apperances but apart from the "praetomorph" from Defiance which was okay I don't remember how they looked.

    The AVP2010 Praetorian looks like an HD updated version of the AVP2 design when you put them next to each other.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/HfRGHhQDDI0/maxresdefault.jpg

    And as Spinelli pointed out, the new Praetorian design already borrows from the Spitter design, with the addition of the Raven from what it seems like the arms and dome, and hybridized it with the AVP2010 with their own additional tweaks. I do like the new look, as it shows raw power and size that sell the Royal Guard look. Drones and even Warriors may take you for hosting new xenos, but this Preatorian will straight up rip you arms off instead and I welcome this new heavy hitter.

    I do agree that I want my black shade back. While I like me dark blues and yes the first xeno was a dark brown but traditional black should have its place again. Looking at the chest, the glowing part seems like both were the acid projectile comes from and perhaps a weak point?
  19. Voodoo Magic

    Hey I'm that "a guy on the Forums"!
    I got the 11 thing from this part in the official site
    https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/746036595525812307/819005876911996938/unknown.png
    What I interpreted from this is that the 11 are the Hugger, the Praetorian and everything in between the 2, which would make the Queen and anything bigger than a Praetorian are out of the 11, or maybe it's just silly wording and I'm setting myself up for disappointment

    https://i.ibb.co/3SMkwvc/20210310-091210.gif
  20. razeak
    I think they all look great. When I first heard the spitter was in Fireteam, I was a bit disappointed it wasn't the A:CM style, but this variant is just as good.  I think myself to be a purist for the movies, but I don't care near as much for video games.  I liked all of the A:CM designs that were in the campaign too.
  21. Corporal Hicks
    Hey I'm that "a guy on the Forums"!
    I got the 11 thing from this part in the official site
    https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/746036595525812307/819005876911996938/unknown.png
    What I interpreted from this is that the 11 are the Hugger, the Praetorian and everything in between the 2, which would make the Queen and anything bigger than a Praetorian are out of the 11, or maybe it's just silly wording and I'm setting myself up for disappointment

    It's a good catch. We'll find out soon enough, I guess!
  22. Richman678
    I will admit the renders are really nice and very Giger-esqe.

    If it’s an arcadey shooter then unfortunately the game needs this kind of stuff...even if it’s a little eye rolling.

    Again the design really is nice and I’m still looking forward to this.
  23. PAS Spinelli

    Hey I'm that "a guy on the Forums"!
    I got the 11 thing from this part in the official site
    https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/746036595525812307/819005876911996938/unknown.png
    What I interpreted from this is that the 11 are the Hugger, the Praetorian and everything in between the 2, which would make the Queen and anything bigger than a Praetorian are out of the 11, or maybe it's just silly wording and I'm setting myself up for disappointment
  24. judge death
    Burster I see is there only because the game needs variety in alien designs and something that goes boom when close like left for dead games, and I will see it just as a game and it beign there for that and not canon stuff. Also I dont see how xenomorphs can be infected or be attacked by deaseses or viruses, their acid should stop all that and mutation would be the same, its perfect afterall hence I doubt the black goo should have any effect like in aliens nerve gas and human bioweapons dont affect them.
  25. Trash Queen
    That's not a "Praetomorph" in Defiance, I don't know what that's called, but it's not of Plagiarus Linesteres. It's of Plagiarus Preapotens for sure and definitely intended to be a Praetorian I believe.
  26. Samhain13
    Not the best Praetorian design but I will try to stay positive.

    As a connoisseur of praetorians, which one do you like the most?

    Still yet to appear one design that I give 10/10 like I do for the Original Alien design for the average alien. Heck I need to draw one the way I think they should look like.

    But overrall the ones in AVP2 (2001) were my favorites, the bipedal look, the standing up posture in movement instead of the animal dog like others had, the armored look of their Exo/Mesoskeleton and their size. Didn't like the blue tone on them much, I prefer all Aliens pure black but there are skin mods to fix that:

    https://i.imgur.com/QyV7sTp.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/U6xQlSD.jpg

    Not a fan of the chicken legs though, but it seems like an obligatory feature for any Praetorian apperances.

    AVP Classic ones were too small and stayed too much on fours. AVP 2010 ones were maybe little too big and I didn't like when they did that pounce attack on four legs but the biomechanical look on their design was good, liked the idea of them being able to spit acid at long range. The Spitter from ACM had a Praetorian head look, with the right body one could make great Praetorian design with that.

    The ones in AVP Extinction and Evolution were just fine, AVP Requiem game meh. Might have been some comic apperances but apart from the "praetomorph" from Defiance which was okay I don't remember how they looked.
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