Necronomicon IIFeb 15, 2019, 07:08:22 AM Reply #60 on: Feb 15, 2019, 07:08:22 AM Q Quote That is indeed true, Scott's not going to go into specific nomenclature regarding the stage of the creature's evolution thus far, but they are working towards the biomechanical aesthetic - "The more organic quality was explained by the crew as part of a story point of this creation essentially being a prototype of the original Alien. Johansen said: “those biomechanical elements are sort of what makes it the xenomorph, but due to the storyline, this Alien predates that. Ours is almost like a flayed body — it has impossibly thin limbs, with the musculature and ribs on the outside. It was a daunting task, because it’s such a legacy to live up to. We are creature effects guys, and the xenomorph is the creature.” In the Monster Legacy interview, he also remarked: “the designs of the creatures were to be more animalistic, more raw or primal and far less refined than the biomechanical xenomorph we know from Alien.”-https://monsterlegacy.net/2018/02/04/starbeast-alien-covenant/#more-10861Quote from: SiL on Feb 15, 2019, 06:36:38 AMThere are no stages of grief here, just the circles of Hell.