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|There isn't much to me. I'm vintage 1982, live beyond any real population, and worked at a ranch until 2016. Paranoid Schizophrenic since 1998. I guess the songs that describe me best are "Kerosene" by Pitchshifter and "Wrong" by Depeche Mode. I'm militantly southpaw, deal with it. My fandoms include MLP (not FIM), Tetris, and Lego. I don't watch much TV anymore, or entire movies. I'm boring and I can live with it. I'd sooner die than have a partner, nor do I have many real life friends. (This dead heart feels nothing.) Could be worse...|
All I know is I'd not want my situation be the same as my location...Terminal.
|An amorphous mimic, this species can take form of any organic creature by means of sampling genetic patterns and "dubbing" in their format. Older Viorans can customize a species to the extent allowed by the sampled genetic codes, and hybrids are not unheard of.|
They are planet hoppers, jumping from worlds by use of blind portals. It is notable that Viorans are compulsively nomadic, they must move on. Even if the conditions are favorable.
Some universal traits include the ability to split their being into many, and manipulation of gravity. In natural form Viorans are senseless, their environment either deficient or is overwhelming in any traditional way. One consequence is the need to familiarize all sensory experiences with each species.
Soldiers are the largest minority among all breeds. Their name is not tied to military contexts, rather a detached mincing of words. Their word "soldier" is equivalent to the word "useless". This definition arises from the fact that they are unable to breed or be bred with, meaning parents of Soldiers effectively terminate their bloodline.
Only one physical feature stands out among Soldiers, multicolored eyes. All have Green/Brown eyes, a distinction seen as an abberation. Nearly all Viorans have either red or gray eyes.