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Dark Coon of Loon writes...

1.Are the space-spawn better warriors than the N'Kai or the other race involved? If so why? Are they just physically stronger or do they just have good morale and are fanatical about it?

Greg responds...

I decline to go into details about this now.

Response recorded on November 10, 2004

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Dark Coon of Loon writes...

Are the space-spawn planetkillers large?

Greg responds...

They haven't been designed.

Response recorded on November 09, 2004

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Dark Coon of Loon writes...

How large is the N'kai fleet? The space-spawn fleet?

Greg responds...

Both are large enough. (Did you really expect me to have hard numbers?)

Response recorded on November 08, 2004

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Dark Coon of Loon writes...

1.You have said that there are less than 20 races involved in the war and that life bearing planets are few, but can give birth to many races so does this mean that this war is being fought by a handful or two of planets?

Greg responds...

Dude, I have reread your question three times and I still don't know what you're asking. But I'll take a shot ...

Prior to humanity and the gargoyles getting involved in the conflict with the Space-Spawn, there are three main races involved in the overall war: the Space-Spawn, the N'kai and another race that I haven't told you guys much about.

There may be a few other races out there, but as I think you noted, I don't plan on making the Gargoyles Universe resemble the tavern scene from Star Wars.

Response recorded on November 08, 2004

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Dark Coon of Loon writes...

1.Of the races in the galaxy are any of them as long lived as Nokkar?

2.How long can one member live? Any one of them older than human civilization?

Greg responds...

1. As the N'kai, you mean? At any rate, I haven't defined the lifespan of individual space-spawn yet. They may also be very long-lived. I haven't decided. Otherwise, no.

3. One member of what? And how are you defining "civilization"?

Response recorded on November 05, 2004

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Dark Coon of Loon writes...

About the Space-Spawn were they suppose to be an organic race or energy based like the Children of Oberon considering that they were born from a super nova?

Greg responds...

Neither.

Response recorded on November 05, 2004

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Anonymous writes...

Why are the space-spawn winning the war when the N'kai are older?

Greg responds...

Might.

Response recorded on September 21, 2004

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Anonymous writes...

What kind of government do the N'kai have? A Democracy? A dictatorship?
What about the space-spawn and this third race?

Greg responds...

The closest Earth-equivalent to the Space-Spawn's government is a militocracy.

I'm intentionally not revealing anything about the N'kai or the other alien race.

Response recorded on September 21, 2004

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Anonymous writes...

How many major powers are there in the galaxy? Are the space-spawn, N'kai and this third race considered major powers in the galaxy?

Greg responds...

1) Three.

2) Yes. (Keep in mind that the third alien race should not be confused with "The Third Race" a.k.a. Oberon's Children.)

Response recorded on September 20, 2004

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Anonymous writes...

What is the lifespan of a member of the space-spawn race?
Does it vary? If so could you tell us the general average?
If you can't tell us that then is it less when compared to a gargoyle? How about when it's compared to that of a human?

Greg responds...

I haven't made a decision on this point yet.

Response recorded on September 17, 2004


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