Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

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Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby wolf653 » 6 April 2020, 03:36

So i have been doing some googling and discovered that the blue blood is a thing in insects and rarely green blood as well this is apparently referred to as a "Hemolymph" the usurpation destroyers may have "Sulfhemoglobinemia" this is more likely the case as well any usurpations other then the destroyer have regular ole blue blood so yeah
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Re: Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby Girl_Power » 6 April 2020, 06:26

I'm pretty sure the falkok and usurpations have nothing to do with insects. The reason why they are green and blue is just to make them more alien-like.
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Re: Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby broforce1 » 6 April 2020, 19:23

100%, they're nothing known with falkok and usurpations at all
not even insects or anything..each one from a different faction
nothing special that's all in here, but there's more that's not even
connect both of them either, nothing.
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Re: Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby Ahrora » 7 April 2020, 13:36

Insects? To answer your question well at least in my opinion, no. Insects are classified as "invertebrates (animals without backbones) with wings". The Falkok's and Usurpation seem to have not only two arms, but legs and a spinal structure. I believe they are just your typical futuristic alien race apart from humans. As for what @wolf653 said, Hemolymph and Sulfhemoglobinemia are only blood traits found on Earth so far... since we don't know where the Usurpation and Falkok's come from we can best speculate that on their homeworlds these blood traits are just "Normal" to them. Their blood can be blue or green from a number of things.

‣Environment
‣Atmosphere
‣Gravity

Although there is always a possibility of me being wrong.
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Re: Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby AuditorMSP » 29 April 2020, 05:36

It's possible that the Falkok are a type of flightless bird aliens. Their leg structures, the beak covers on their helmets, and their form of communication (loud squawks) are some giveaways that I'm basing my guesses off of.

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Re: Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby I once was a guest » 28 October 2020, 08:47

Falkok : da flko do Mets swak Quakr mo

Translation :
You think we are a Bird-humanoid hybrid?
Nice theory ya got there ! :D

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Re: Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby Master Chief 0 » 28 October 2020, 09:59

I once was a guest wrote:Falkok : da flko do Mets swak Quakr mo

Translation :
You think we are a Bird-humanoid hybrid?
Nice theory ya got there ! :D


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Re: Are the falkok and usurpations insects?

Postby Gashadokuro » 28 October 2020, 10:39

According to the Australian Museum, the Insecta class is full of exceptions, but they usually have the following features:
- A mouth with a pair of lower jaws, maxillae, and upper jaws, mandibles, designed to bite.
- A pair of antennae located on the head.
- A pair or two of wings.
- A segmented body with the head, thorax and abdomen.
- No internal skeleton but an external shell, the exoskeleton.
- No more than three pairs of legs, except for some immature forms such as caterpillars that have prolegs.

So as you can see, a certain blood color is not enough to classify them as insects. Nice find though!
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