Amalgamate broodlord


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Sometimes the amalgamate might find itself in a situation where bigger forms are necessary to further its infection. These larger forms are categorized under the term "broodlord", in reference to their towering size and heightened intelligence compared to their peers. Broodlords are usually formed when several infection forms melt together to create a bigger form. Alternatively broodlords can be created in old and large brooding pools which have already established dominance over an area so they have biomass to go around creating larger forms. The wings seen on this form here are in fact not mainly used for flying, but instead the wings are used to emit spores as there are small holes in the webbing that occasionally spew out spores. The wings can then be used to blow these spores in front of the broodlord making the spreading of these spores much easier and faster.

Not only terrifying due to their size and looks, but most terrifying aspect of them is the fact that they can usually assimilate creatures, and humans, where they stand due to their sheer size. When that happens the broodlord can either add their victims mass to their own or create smaller forms from itself. In other words they are indeed walking brooding pools, making these larger amalgamate forms a force to be reckoned with.


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Nov 3, 2015
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