Posted Jul-16-2017 10:33 PM
I was thinking. you know how the host of a xenomorph is a variable of how the xenomrph is. when it came out of the dog(or ox) in alien 3, it ran on 4 legs and acted more freall than the human hosted xenomorphs. dose this work the same way with neomorphs. I really don't know because we have never seen a neomorph come out of anything other than a human. however, the two neomorph bursters looked completly different from each other. why? The only difference between the 2 host was that one was infected through the nose, and one through the ear. could this possibly be related. the back burster had spines so it could break through its hosts spine while the other one, the neckburster seemed wormlike in appearance. even stranger is that once they matured they looked almost completly identical. My current half baked theory is that the neomorphs inhabit somesort of temporary dna reflex but instead of looking like its host, it is spicificly designed to break out of its given host. how this works I have know idea, but this is the best i can think of. if you think of a better and more likely theory, please tell me in the comments.
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