The Black:Outbreak–21

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2 comments on “The Black:Outbreak–21
  1. FSK1138 says:

    Hi Paul ..listening to the last podcast .. I was wondering about a few things … wouldn’t shooting “the black” just make a bunch of smaller versions ..? I mean are the parts re-absorbed or are the hardend parts ..legs..eyestocks a different material. .?
    …by my count there should be a few 100 of these things by now ..

    • Paul Cooley says:

      I’ll fully answer those questions in Evolution, but essentially think about this. When they shoot the appendages, it turns into hard charcoal-like bits. For lack of a better description, think about it like chiton for crabs and the like. It’s dead “tissue.”

      Shooting the black in its liquid form would be like shooting a bullet into a lake. It doesn’t create another lake. Also, as the folks at HAL discovered, the stuff tends to stick together. There’s a reason for that and again, it’ll all be explained in Evolution. Thanks for the questions.

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