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Ask to Join Alien: Revelations (Discussion)

Discussion in 'General Role Play Discussion' started by N E G A N, Aug 28, 2017.

  1. Okay, so, I've presented the idea of an Alien rp every now and again, and it usually receives positive feedback. People really want an Alien rp, but I'm also surprised (after looking through every page on this site) that no one has actually attempted to make one. So, here we are.
    This is set in the year 2389, two years after the events of Resurrection (I know not many people like Alien 3 or Resurrection, but I personally enjoyed them). Ripley and the others will not be appearing, though they can be referenced. In this rp, there will be several other stations that also produce Xenomorph Aliens, as the one Ripley was resurrected (get it) on wasn't the only one.
    There are three in all. The one Ripley destroyed, another orbiting Jupiter, and a third on the surface of Mars (because I feel like it, and I want to add a little DOOM into this. Not literally, but just the feel of it.)
    I will control all Xenomorphs. I will allow up to 3 Predators (Yautja *E-wat-ya* is what they're called) ONLY, to spice things up a little.
    Let's do this, muthafuckas.



    All Predators will be together.
    All Humans will be together.
    Usual Pokecharms rules apply, along with some of my own.
    Upon request, you can take control of a or multiple Xenomorph Aliens. If you have any questions, do not be afraid to ask. If you have read this through, put 'Newt' at the end of your character sheet in 'other'.
    http://www.fantasynamegenerators.com/predator-yautja-names.php#.WaO9XhmGO00 (Yautja name generator)
    -Predator name generator.
  2. ...I know absolutely nothing about Alien or Predator...

    Despite this, it does seem interesting based on the minimum knowledge I have of the series. May I get a synopsis of everything prior and how the world works, for your Alien noob?
  3. Name: Joseph Stark
    Occupation: Military/ security for the mars base
    Rank: Sargent
    Age: 29
    Gender: Male
    Personality: a caring person who acts cold. He will do what is needed to protect those he cares about.
    Biography: He was raised on Colony LV- 428. When he was a young kid his brother accidently died while Joseph was expose to be watching him casuing friction between him and his parents. As soon as he could he joined the Military to protect those who couldn't protect themselves.
    Appearance: Short blonde hair. He has a scar over his left eye from an accident in basic training. He wears the standard military uniform
    Relationships: To be determined
    Other: Newt

    @Eeveechu151 Alien otherwise known as a xenomorph is a species with a hive mind. They have four stages of life.
    Egg an egg created by the Alien queen,

    Face hugger basically when a human walks near the egg it opens up and a crab like thing attaches it's self to the person. after a certain amount of time anywhere between ten minutes to atleast two days depending on which continuity you fallow it impregnants the host with an embryo. after that is finished the face hugger dies.

    Chestburster a few hours (Kane) or minutes (Omar) after the host regains consciousness well...
    That happens I couldn't think of a better way to describe it.

    Drone: They take on different characteristics depending on what their host was. for example one that came from a human will be bi pedal while one from a dog will look more like a dog. either way their black with a dome head and long tails. They have two sets of teeth. It's outer one and it's inner one. Their inner teeth are able to shoot outwards and impale their prey.

    Queen: their stronger faster and much bigger than a drone. They're responsible for laying the eggs and having complete control over them.
    did that help?
    #4 Jagson, Aug 28, 2017
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2017
  4. Uh I guess? I'll create a character sheet and see if it works.

    Name: John Gulmin
    Occupation: Mars security
    Rank: Soldier/Guard
    Age: 22
    Gender: Male
    Personality: Likes to keep the mood light in tense situations. The classic funny guy, but also a selfless man willing to lay his life down for his friends. Also smart enough to know not to fight a helpless battle.
    Biography: ...dunno enough about Alien to create a good backstory, help plz
    Appearance: Brown hair, blue eyes, pale skin. Wears the classic soldier suit.
    Relationships: n/a
    Other: Newt
  5. I will also be adding a little twist to the whole Alien thing. @Jagson you remember the Queen in resurrection, how she developed a womb to birth live Xenomorph's instead of laying eggs? Well, it's like that, but a lot different now, as the scientists have worked out a few kinks and flaws, because i didn't like the look of that Human/Xeno, so we'll keep them looking the same. Normal, good old Xeno's.
    I will put up a detailed story about the entire Alien Universe in a bit @Eeveechu151
    Also, you're both accepted.
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  6. Timeline;
    As a spacecraft departs a planet, a humanoid alien drinks an iridescent liquid and then dissolves. The remains of the alien cascade into a waterfall. The alien's DNA strands mix with the water.
    In 2089, archaeologists Elizabeth Shaw and Charlie Holloway discover a star map in Scotland that matches others from several unconnected ancient cultures. They interpret this as an invitation from humanity's forerunners, the "Engineers". Peter Weyland, the elderly CEO of Weyland Corporation, funds an expedition to follow the map to the distant moon LV-223 aboard the scientific vessel Prometheus. The ship's crew travels in stasis while the android David monitors their voyage. Arriving in December 2093, mission-director Meredith Vickers informs them of their mission to find the Engineers and not to make contact without her permission.
    The Prometheus lands on the barren, mountainous surface near a large, artificial structure, which a team explores. Inside, they find stone cylinders, a monolithic statue of a humanoid head, and the decapitated corpse of a large alien, thought to be an Engineer; Shaw recovers its head. The crew finds other bodies, leading them to surmise the species is extinct. Crew members Millburn and Fifield grow uncomfortable with the discoveries and attempt to return to Prometheus, but become stranded in the structure when they get lost. The expedition is cut short when a storm forces the crew to return to the ship. David secretly takes a cylinder from the structure, while the remaining cylinders begin leaking a dark liquid. In the ship's lab, the Engineer's DNA is found to match that of humans. David investigates the cylinder and the liquid inside. He intentionally taints a drink with the liquid and gives it to the unsuspecting Holloway, who had stated he would do anything for answers. Shortly after, Shaw and Holloway have sex (how blunt).
    Inside the structure, a snake-like creature kills Millburn and sprays a corrosive fluid that melts Fifield's helmet. Fifield falls face-first into a puddle of dark liquid. When the crew returns, they find Millburn's corpse. David separately discovers a control room containing a surviving Engineer in stasis, and a star map highlighting Earth. Meanwhile, Holloway sickens rapidly. He is rushed back to Prometheus, but Vickers refuses to let him aboard, and at his urging, burns him to death with a flamethrower. Later, a medical scan reveals that Shaw, despite being sterile, is pregnant. Fearing the worst, she uses an automated surgery table to extract a squid-like creature from her abdomen. Shaw then discovers that Weyland has been in stasis aboard Prometheus. He explains that he wants to ask the Engineers to prevent his death from old age. As Weyland prepares to leave for the structure, Vickers addresses him as "Father".
    A monstrous, mutated Fifield returns to the Prometheus and kills several crew members before he is killed. The Prometheus' captain, Janek, speculates that the structure was an Engineer military installation that lost control of a virulent biological weapon, the dark liquid. He also determines that the structure houses a spacecraft. Weyland and a team return to the structure, accompanied by Shaw. David wakes the Engineer from stasis and speaks to him in an attempt to explain what Weyland wants. The Engineer responds by decapitating David and killing Weyland and his team, before reactivating the spacecraft. Shaw flees and warns Janek that the Engineer is planning to release the liquid on Earth, convincing him to stop the spacecraft. Janek and the remaining crew sacrifice themselves by ramming the Prometheus into the alien craft, ejecting the lifeboat in the process, while Vickers flees in an escape pod. The Engineer's disabled spacecraft crashes onto the ground, killing Vickers. Shaw goes to the lifeboat and finds her alien offspring is alive and has grown to gigantic size. David's still-active head warns Shaw that the Engineer is pursuing her. The Engineer forces open the lifeboat's airlock and attacks Shaw, who releases her alien offspring onto the Engineer; it thrusts an ovipositor down the Engineer's throat, subduing him. Shaw recovers David's remains, and with his help, launches another Engineer spacecraft. She intends to reach the Engineers' homeworld in an attempt to understand why they wanted to destroy humanity.
    In the lifeboat, an alien creature bursts out of the Engineer's chest.
    In a prologue, business magnate Peter Weyland speaks with his newly activated android, who chooses the name "David" after looking at a replica of Michelangelo's statue of David. Weyland tells David that one day they will search for mankind's creator together.
    In 2104, 11 years after the Prometheus expedition, the colonization-ship Covenant is bound for a remote planet, Origae-6, with two thousand colonists and 1,120 human embryos aboard. The ship is monitored by Walter, a newer android model that physically resembles David. A stellar neutrino burst damages the ship, killing some of the colonists. Walter orders the ship's computer to wake the crew, which includes several married couples, from stasis. The ship's captain, Jake Branson, is burned alive when his stasis pod malfunctions. While repairing the ship, the crew picks up a radio transmission from a nearby, habitable planet. Against the objections of Daniels (Branson's widow), the new captain, Oram, decides to investigate.
    As the Covenant remains in orbit, an expedition team descends to the earth-like planet's surface and tracks the transmission's signal to a crashed alien ship. Crewmembers Ledward and Hallet are infected by alien spores. Oram's wife Karine helps the rapidly-sickening Ledward back to the lander where Maggie, the pilot, quarantines them both inside the med-bay. A small, pale, alien creature (neomorph) bursts from Ledward's back, killing him, and then kills Karine. Maggie shoots the creature, but triggers an explosion which kills her and destroys the lander. The neomorph escapes while another creature bursts from Hallett's throat.
    The neomorphs attack the remaining crewmembers and kill one. The crew manages to kill a neomorph before David, who survived the Prometheus mission, scares away the other and leads the crew to a city full of humanoid (Engineer) corpses. David tells them that upon his and fellow Prometheus survivor Elizabeth Shaw's arrival at the planet, their ship released a black liquid bio-weapon which killed the native population and that Shaw died when the ship crashed in the ensuing chaos. After the crew members tell David of their mission, they attempt to contact the Covenant but are prevented by fierce storms. The surviving neomorph infiltrates the city and kills crewmember Rosenthal. David tries to communicate with the creature, but is horrified when Oram kills it. Oram questions David who reveals that the aliens are a result of his experimenting with the black liquid in an attempt to create a new species. He manipulates Oram into being attacked by an alien parasite (facehugger). An alien creature (xenomorph) later erupts from Oram's chest, killing him.
    As the others search for Oram and Rosenthal, Walter, who has found Shaw's dissected corpse, confronts David. David explains that he believes humans are a dying species and should not be allowed to colonize the galaxy. When Walter disagrees, David disables him, and threatens Daniels. Walter recovers and fights David, allowing Daniels to escape. A facehugger attacks security chief Lope, but he is later rescued by crew member Cole. The now fully grown Xenomorph appears and kills Cole, while Lope escapes and meets up with Daniels. Pilot Tennessee arrives in another lander to extract Daniels, Lope, and Walter, who claims David is "expired". After an encounter outside the ship, they kill the Xenomorph and return to the Covenant.
    The next morning, Daniels and Tennessee find out that another Xenomorph burst from Lope's chest, killing him, and is loose on the Covenant. It matures, and kills crewmembers Ricks and his wife Upworth. Tennessee and Daniels lure the creature into the Covenant's terraforming bay and flush it into space.
    The Covenant resumes its trip to Origae-6, and the surviving crew re-enters stasis. As Walter puts Daniels under, she realizes that he is actually David, but is unable to escape her stasis pod before falling asleep. David regurgitates two facehugger embryos and places them in cold storage alongside the human embryos before entering the cargo bay containing the colonists in stasis. He then poses as Walter to record a log stating that all crewmembers except Daniels and Tennessee were killed by the neutrino blast at the beginning of the film and that the ship is still on course for Origae-6.
    Filming is rumored to begin in 2018. It will be a sequel to Covenant, and tie into the first Alien film.
    In 2122, the Weyland-Yutani Corporation commercial starship Nostromo is on a return trip to Earth with a seven-member crew in stasis: Captain Dallas, Executive Officer Kane, Warrant Officer Ripley, Navigator Lambert, Science Officer Ash, Engineer Parker and Technician Brett, and a cat named Jones. The ship's computer, Mother, awakens the crew after detecting a mysterious transmission from a nearby planetoid, LV-426. Since company policy requires crews to investigate such transmissions, they land on the planetoid, sustaining damage from its atmosphere and rocky landscape. Parker and Brett repair the ship while Dallas, Kane and Lambert head outside to investigate. They discover the source of the signal is a derelict alien spacecraft and go inside it, losing communication with Ash. Exploring the spacecraft, the trio finds the remains of a large alien creature whose rib cage looks to have exploded from the inside.
    Back on the Nostromo, Ripley determines that the transmission may not be a distress call, but a warning. In the alien ship, Kane discovers a chamber containing hundreds of large egg-like objects. As he inspects one, it opens, and a squid-like organism springs out and attaches to his face. Dallas and Lambert carry Kane, who is unconscious, back to the Nostromo. As acting senior officer, Ripley refuses to let them board, citing quarantine regulations, but Ash ignores her and lets them in anyway. The crew tries to remove the creature from Kane's face but stop when they find that its blood is an extremely corrosive acid. It later detaches itself and dies.
    With the ship partly repaired, the crew lifts off. Kane awakens, dazed but apparently unharmed. During a final crew meal before re-entering stasis, Kane chokes and convulses in pain before a small alien creature bursts from his chest, killing him. It escapes into the ship. Wary of the alien's corrosive blood, the crew attempts to find and trap it with motion-trackers, nets, electric prods, and flamethrowers.
    While looking for the alien, Jones, the crew's cat, is accidentally detected by a motion tracker, and runs scared. To prevent further confusion, Brett sets off to catch the cat. He follows it into an engine room where the alien, having undergone tremendously rapid growth to full adult size, attacks him and disappears into an air shaft with his body. After a heated discussion, the crew agrees the creature must be moving through the ship's labyrinthine air-duct network. Dallas volunteers to trap the alien within the ducts, but is ambushed and killed. Scared of becoming the alien's next victim, Lambert implores the others to abandon ship using in its small escape shuttle. Now in command, Ripley explains that the shuttle will not support four people and pushes ahead with Dallas's plan of flushing out the alien.
    With access to Mother, Ripley discovers that Ash has been secretly ordered to return the alien to the company, regarding the crew as expendable. When Ripley confronts Ash about this, he attempts to choke her to death. Parker intervenes and clubs Ash, cracking open his neck to reveal that he is an android. Parker reanimates Ash's head and they learn he was placed on the Nostromo to ensure the creature was returned for analysis at any expense. Ash taunts his fellow crew about their chances against the "perfect organism". Ripley disconnects Ash, and Parker burns his fractured remains with a flamethrower.
    Ripley, Lambert, and Parker agree to set the Nostromo to self-destruct and escape in the shuttle. However, Parker and Lambert are killed by the alien while gathering life-support supplies. Ripley, now the sole survivor, initiates the self-destruct sequence and heads for the shuttle with Jones only to find the alien in her path. She retreats and attempts to abort the self-destruct but is unsuccessful, leading her to try to reach the shuttle once more. With the alien apparently gone, she escapes in the shuttle with Jones as the Nostromo explodes.
    As she prepares for stasis, Ripley finds the alien has stowed away on the shuttle, its biomechanical form having blended into the fascia. She dons a spacesuit and opens the shuttle's airlock, causing explosive decompression which blows the alien into the airlock doorway. She propels it into space by shooting it with a grappling hook; the gun catches in the closing airlock, tethering the alien to the shuttle. It attempts to crawl into one of the engines but Ripley ignites them, blasting the alien into space. After recording the ship's final log entry, she places Jones and herself into stasis for the voyage home to Earth.
    Ellen Ripley has been in stasis in a shuttle for 57 years. She is rescued and debriefed by her employers at the Weyland-Yutani Corporation; they are skeptical of her claims that an Alien creature killed her entire crew and forced her to destroy her ship the Nostromo, and revoke her flight officer license.
    The exomoon LV-426, where the Nostromo encountered the derelict ship containing alien eggs, is now home to the terraforming colony Hadleys Hope. When contact is lost with the colony, Weyland-Yutani representative Carter Burke and Colonial Marine Lieutenant Gorman ask Ripley to accompany Burke and a colonial marine unit to investigate the disturbance. Traumatized by her encounter with the alien, Ripley initially refuses, but her recurring nightmares about the creature make her relent. She joins the expedition on Burke's word that their mission is to exterminate the creatures, not to study them or bring them back. Aboard the spaceship USS Sulaco, she is introduced to the colonial marines and the android Bishop, toward whom Ripley is initially hostile following her experience with the traitorous android Ash aboard the Nostromo and the Marion.
    A dropship delivers the expedition to the surface of LV-426, where they find the colony deserted. Inside, they find makeshift barricades and signs of a struggle, but no bodies; two live facehuggers in containment tanks in the medical lab; and a traumatized young girl nicknamed Newt, the only survivor, who used the ventilation system to evade capture or death. The crew uses the colony's computer to locate the colonists grouped beneath the fusion powered atmosphere processing station. They head to the location, descending into corridors covered in alien secretions.
    At the center of the station, the marines find the colonists cocooned, serving as incubators for the creatures' offspring. When the marines kill a chestburster, the other aliens are roused and ambush the marines, killing Frost, Crowe, Wiezrboswki, and Drake while capturing Apone and Dietrich to be cocooned as hosts. When the inexperienced Gorman panics, Ripley takes control of their armored personnel carrier and rams the nest to rescue marines Hicks, Hudson, and Vasquez. Hicks orders the dropship to recover the survivors, but a stowaway alien kills the pilots Spunkmeyer and Ferro, causing it to crash into the station. Ripley, Newt, Burke, Gorman, Hicks, Vasquez, Hudson, and Bishop barricade themselves inside the colony command center.
    Ripley discovers that Burke deliberately sent the colonists to investigate the derelict spaceship where the Nostromo crew first encountered the eggs, believing he could become wealthy by recovering alien specimens for use as biological weapons. She threatens to expose him, but Bishop informs the group of a greater danger: The power plant was damaged by the dropship crash, and will soon explode with the force of a 40-megaton thermonuclear weapon. He volunteers to crawl through several hundred meters of piping conduits to reach the colony's transmitter and remotely pilot the Sulaco's remaining dropship to the surface.
    Ripley and Newt fall asleep in the medical laboratory, awakening to find themselves locked in the room with the two "facehuggers", which have somehow escaped from their tanks. Ripley triggers a fire alarm to alert the marines, who rescue them and kill the creatures. Ripley accuses Burke of releasing the facehuggers so that they would impregnate her and Newt, allowing him to smuggle the embryos past Earth's quarantine, and of planning to kill the rest of the marines in hypersleep during the return trip so that no one could contradict his version of events. Before the marines can execute Burke in response to the accusation, the electricity is cut, and adult aliens assault through the ceiling. Hudson, Burke, Vasquez, and Gorman are killed in the attack, and Newt is captured.
    Ripley and an injured Hicks reach Bishop in the second dropship, but Ripley refuses to abandon Newt. The group travels to the processing station, allowing a heavily armed Ripley to enter the hive and rescue Newt. As they escape, the two encounter the alien queen in her egg chamber. The queen, seeing that Ripley is heavily armed and capable of destroying her eggs, signals her offspring to allow Ripley to leave. Ripley uses this opportunity to destroy the eggs and the queen's ovipositor. Pursued by the enraged queen, Ripley and Newt reunite with Bishop and Hicks on the dropship. All four escape moments before the station explodes with the colony consumed by the nuclear blast.
    On the Sulaco, the group is ambushed by the queen, who stowed away in the ship's landing gear. The queen tears Bishop in half and advances on Newt, but Ripley battles the creature using an exosuit cargo-loader and expels it through an airlock into space. Ripley, Newt, Hicks, and the badly damaged Bishop enter hypersleep for their return trip to Earth.
    In 2179 a fire starts aboard the Colonial Marine spaceship Sulaco. The computer launches an escape pod containing Ellen Ripley, the young girl Newt, Hicks, and the damaged android Bishop; all four are in cryonic stasis. Scans of the crew's cryotubes show a queen facehugger attached to one member. The pod crash-lands on Fiorina "Fury" 161, a foundry facility and penal colony inhabited by male inmates with double-Y chromosome syndrome, a genetic mutation present in some males in the 22nd century which gives the afflicted individual a predisposition for brutal antisocial behavior such as rape and murder. The inmates, who live and work on Fiorina "Fury" 161 due to their dangerous nature and histories of violence, recover the crashed pod and its passengers. The same facehugger is seen approaching inmate Murphy's dog, Spike.
    Ripley is awakened by Clemens, the prison doctor, who informs her that she is the sole survivor. She is warned by the prison warden, Harold Andrews, that her presence may have disruptive effects. Ripley insists that Clemens perform an autopsy on Newt, secretly fearing that Newt may be carrying an alien embryo. Despite protests from the warden and his assistant "85" Aaron, the autopsy is conducted and no embryo is found. The bodies of Newt and Hicks are cremated.
    Elsewhere in the prison, a quadrupedal alien bursts from Spike. Growing to full size, the alien kills Murphy, Boggs, and Rains and returns outcast prisoner Golic to his previously psychopathic state — Golic dubs the alien "Dragon". Ripley finds the damaged Bishop in the prison's garbage dump. Just as she is leaving the area, four inmates appear and attempt to rape her, but inmate leader Dillon intervenes and beats the others with a crowbar. Ripley returns to the infirmary and re-activates Bishop, who confirms that a facehugger came with them to Fiorina in the escape pod. Ripley informs Andrews of her encounters with the xenomorphs and suggests everyone work together to hunt down and kill it. Andrews does not believe her story, and explains that regardless of whether Ripley is telling the truth, the facility has no weapons; their only hope is the rescue ship being sent for Ripley by the Weyland-Yutani Corporation.
    Dragon surprises Ripley and Clemens in the prison infirmary, where it kills Clemens. It examines Ripley but spares her and retreats. Andrews orders Aaron to take her back to the infirmary, but the warden himself is dragged into the vents and killed by Dragon. Ripley rallies the inmates and proposes they pour flammable toxic waste into the ventilation system and ignite it to flush out Dragon. However, Dragon's intervention causes an explosion and several inmates are killed. With Aaron's help, Ripley scans herself using the escape pod's medical equipment and discovers the embryo of a xenomorph queen growing inside her. She also discovers that Weyland-Yutani hopes to turn the Aliens into biological weapons.
    Deducing that Dragon will not kill her because of the embryo she carries, Ripley begs Dillon to kill her; he agrees only if she helps the inmates kill Dragon first. They form a plan to lure Dragon into the foundry's molding facility, trap it via a series of closing doors, and drown it in molten lead. The bait-and-chase plan results in the deaths of all the remaining prisoners except Dillon and Morse. Dillon remains in the mold to distract Dragon, allowing it to tear him apart as Morse pours the molten lead onto them. Dragon is covered in molten metal but escapes the mold; Ripley activates the fire sprinklers, causing Dragon's molten metal exoskeleton to cool rapidly and shatter, killing it.
    The Weyland–Yutani commando team arrives, including a man who looks identical to Bishop, who explains that he is Bishop's creator. He tries to persuade Ripley to undergo surgery to remove the queen embryo, which he claims will be destroyed. Ripley refuses and steps back onto a mobile platform, which Morse positions over the furnace. The Weyland–Yutani team shoot Morse in the leg in a late effort to stop him; Aaron strikes the Bishop look-a-like with a wrench and is shot dead. Ignoring Bishop's pleas to give them the embryo, Ripley throws herself into the furnace as the infant queen erupts from her chest. Ripley grabs it to prevent it from escaping as they both fall into the furnace. The facility is closed and Morse, the sole survivor, is led away as Ripley's recording from the first film plays for the final time in the EEV.
    In 2379 two hundred years after the events of Alien 3, military scientists on the space vessel USM Auriga create a clone of Ellen Ripley, designated Ripley 8, using DNA from blood samples taken before her death. The xenomorph queen's DNA has been mixed in with Ripley's, and the clone grows up with an embryo inside it. The scientists extract the embryo, raise it and collect its eggs. Ripley 8 is kept alive for further study. As a result of the xenomorphs' DNA inside her, she has enhanced strength and reflexes, acidic blood and a psychic link with the xenomorphs. Additionally, the xenomorph's genetic memory allows the clone to have some of Ripley's memories.
    A group of mercenaries, Frank Elgyn, Johner, Christie, John Vriess, who whistles "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man", Sabra Hillard and Annalee Call, arrive at Auriga on their ship Betty. They deliver several kidnapped humans in stasis. The military scientists use the humans as hosts for the Aliens, raising several adult Aliens for study.
    The Betty crew soon encounters Ripley 8. Call recognizes her name and tries to kill her, suspecting she may be used to create xenomorphs, unaware the creatures have already been cloned. The xenomorphs, having matured, escape confinement by killing off one of their own to use their acidic blood to burn through their enclosures, knowing of their blood's acidity from said genetic memory. They then capture Dr. Jonathan Gediman and kill another scientist. They damage the Auriga and kill some of those people who do not evacuate, including General Perez and Elgyn. Another crew member is cocooned for eggmorphing. Military scientist Dr. Wren reveals that the ship's default command in an emergency is to return to Earth. Realizing this will unleash the xenomorphs on Earth, Ripley 8, the mercenaries, Wren, a Marine named DiStephano and a surviving xenomorph host, Purvis, decide to head for the Betty and use it to destroy the Auriga. Along the way, Ripley 8 discovers a laboratory which contains the grotesque results of the previous seven failed attempts to clone Ellen Ripley. The surviving one begs Ripley 8 to mercy kill her; she complies and then destroys the lab and its contents.
    As the group makes their way through the damaged ship, they swim through a flooded kitchen. They are chased by two xenomorphs. One is killed, while the other snatches Hillard. As they escape the kitchen, the xenomorph returns and blinds Christie, who sacrifices himself to kill the xenomorph so the others can escape. After Wren betrays the group, Call is revealed to be an auton, an improved version of a human created by synthetics. Using her ability to interface with the Auriga's systems, Call sets it on a collision course with Earth, hoping to destroy the xenomorphs in the crash. She cuts off Wren's escape route and directs the xenomorphs towards him. Ripley 8 is captured by a xenomorph, while the others head for the Betty. Wren, who is already aboard, shoots Purvis, takes Call hostage and demands that she abort the collision. An injured Purvis attacks Wren and forces Wren's head to his chest just as the xenomorph embryo he is carrying bursts through his ribcage, causing it to go through Wren's head too, killing them both. The survivors shoot and kill the infantile xenomorph.
    Ripley is taken to the Alien nest, where she finds Gediman, still alive and partially cocooned. The xenomorph queen, having developed a womb as a result of her genetic mixture with Ripley 8, gives birth to a xenomorph with overtly human traits. The hybrid xenomorph recognizes Ripley 8 as its mother, killing the queen and Gediman. Ripley 8 takes advantage of the distraction to escape, and makes her way to the Betty.
    The newborn hybrid reaches the Betty and attacks Call, killing DiStephano when he tries to help her. Ripley 8 finds her way onto the ship and saves Call by distracting the hybrid. Using her acidic blood, Ripley 8 melts a hole in a window and pushes the hybrid towards it. Decompression violently sucks the creature through the hole and out into space as Ripley 8 tearfully watches on.
    The countdown on the Auriga continues as the survivors escape in the Betty. The Auriga collides with Earth, causing a large explosion. As they look down at Earth, Call asks what Ripley 8 wants to do next. "I'm a stranger here myself," she replies. In an alternate ending that appears in some versions, the Betty lands in a ruined Paris.
    There you have it.
  7. PopeyPenguin

    PopeyPenguin Previously Mecha Who

    I don't know anything about Alien too.
    Anyways, I'm going to see if this works.
    (I'm going to make the form later, I have 7 notifications.)
  8. ...oooookay then. Alright, I think I have the general gist on the history. But can I have the info on the world now?
  9. Well, Ripley is still considered a legend amongst humans even after the events of Resurrection. Xenomorphs, despite having been a serious threat to humanity for nearly 300 years now, are still not that well known, and very few people actually know of them.
    Human colonization efforts have spanned to countless planets and stars, and the galaxy is prosperous. (They still haven't encountered the Predators). Synthetics are considered to be rare, and usually illegal, especially the new autons like Call. However, the military still uses synthetics.
  10. comic

    comic Previously turnt3chGodh34d

    Oh, man! I love Aliens!

    Name: Zachary Allens
    Occupation: Soldier
    Rank: Private First Class
    Age: 21
    Gender: Male
    Personality: Timid, kind, and shy. He's fiercely loyal when no one pays attention to him, and is luckily usually really level-headed. With a knack for trying to get peanut butter any way he can, and a odd love for xenomorph Aliens, he is quite the interesting character.
    Biography: Having grown up on Earth, Zach wasn't exposed to many of the terrors of other worlds, namely the terrifying prospect of the xenomorph, hence his fascination with them.
    Appearance: He's a bit husky, but not soft around the edges. He only stands at around 5'7", and will never be found without his lucky knife, which is always tucked away somewhere different every day.
    Relationships: None as of yet.
    Other: Newt
  11. Accepted.
    Alright, it would seem as though no one else is currently interested, so, let's begin.
  12. Well holy shit, Checks Email and has a notification that says I was tagged in a post for an Alien RP?! Welp, gotta check this out, can someone fill me in on what I haven't seen yet? (what has happened in RP)

    Name: Daniel "The Plague doctor" Bartholomew.
    Occupation: On site doctor. (works in medbay)
    Rank: Not a guard, so I guess... Doctor..?
    Age: 35
    Gender: Male
    Personality: Kind to friends, not too kind to strangers, hostile to all those who will cause harm to him. He also is a strong drinker. But he can hold his liquor well. He likes to tell jokes and doesn't care for the cloning experiments on the Xenomorphs. (It pays good enough)
    Biography: Not much is known about him, all that he shares is that he is just your average joe.
    Appearance: He has black hair with a blue hair dye stripe going from the part in his hair to his forehead. He has a tattoo of a Pineapple on the back of his hand, has a slender build, 5 foot 3 and has blue eyes. Peachy skin.
    Relationships: (read below this)
    Family: None (deceased)
    Friends: Not many, as in he is an introvert so his only friend is an online friend called RimshotUnknown.
    Enemies: Pacifist. He doesn't have any.
    Other: Newt

    LOVES white chocolate and sometimes wears a plague mask during his shift. Oh, did I mention he knows how to use knives and pistols? Well he does.
    #15 X3n0 Jake, Sep 4, 2017
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2017
  13. Not a lot has happened in the rp. Just a few posts where I'm introducing a new type of xeno.
  14. Ok, well I edited my char sheet in.
  15. Okay, after everybody has their characters introduced, we've had some development, am I introduce each type of xeno, then we'll bring in Ellen Ripley. I've decided I'll use her, and yes, she will be the heroic antagonist to us.
    #18 N E G A N, Sep 4, 2017
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2017
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  16. U never accepted mah CHARActer. (Lol, some of you guys might get that.)
  17. No Undertale puns in Alien.
    But yeah, you're accepted.
  18. That will be the first and last, I promise. Will post in a min.
  19. So a little off topic but are we going with Earth being a desolate wasteland like it was in the alternate ending to resurrection? Or are we just going to consider that non canon.
  20. Oh, that was just Paris, because of the explosion.
    The rest of Earth is fine.
    Also, I think you're a little off, lol. John is in the same room as the xeno right now for a social experiment Jermaine is testing. The xeno is focused on John, not Stark.
  21. Yeah Stark is looking at the beast I didn't say anything about the Xeno looking at him.
  22. @Dave Strider could you change the name of this thread to "Alien: Revelations discussion?"
  23. Thnx fam-dawg home slice bread slice.
  24. I forgot to mention, but Daniel has a heavy German accent. And more info will be revealed in the RP.
  25. You say ripely will be a "heroic antagonist", could you or someone explain it to me?
  26. Antagonist- a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or something; an adversary.
    She's the good guy in our eyes as viewers, but we are playing the bad guys who work for the government, meaning Ripley is our enemy.
  27. Aaaaaaaaahhhh, I see now.
  28. First day of school today, won't be able to post most of the day. Sorry bout that, but my school is uptight AF.
  29. Isn't Ripley an evil clone, though?
  30. You mean a clone with memories of Ripley but with super human abilities, essentially making her super Ripley?
    Yeah, sure.
  31. Oh, so she has the same personality and stuff as OG Ripley? Alright, gotcha. But, y'know, if it comes to it then John's probably going to side with Ripley.
  32. In the end, most of us need to for plot's sake.
  33. Except your scientist guy, obviously.
  34. Well, yeah.
    I'm still developing plot to make this more interesting, so I'll need to introduce a few other npc's soon.
  35. Back from school.

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