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Quick question-why the hell would the nids wanna kill a souped-up version of a Genestealer? I mean, the regular ones are bad enough, imagine what this would be like in combat (And how useful that would be in an invasion).--[[User:Taumanta|Taumanta]] ([[User talk:Taumanta|talk]]) 21:57, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
 
Quick question-why the hell would the nids wanna kill a souped-up version of a Genestealer? I mean, the regular ones are bad enough, imagine what this would be like in combat (And how useful that would be in an invasion).--[[User:Taumanta|Taumanta]] ([[User talk:Taumanta|talk]]) 21:57, 4 January 2018 (UTC)
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Because they can make a new one whenever they want to. When they're done on a planet the nids break down all of their ground forces into biomatter for later use. Recreating bioforms later is trivial.
 
Because they can make a new one whenever they want to. When they're done on a planet the nids break down all of their ground forces into biomatter for later use. Recreating bioforms later is trivial.

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Quick question-why the hell would the nids wanna kill a souped-up version of a Genestealer? I mean, the regular ones are bad enough, imagine what this would be like in combat (And how useful that would be in an invasion).--Taumanta (talk) 21:57, 4 January 2018 (UTC)


Because they can make a new one whenever they want to. When they're done on a planet the nids break down all of their ground forces into biomatter for later use. Recreating bioforms later is trivial.