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Facehuggers

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Posted Aug-05-2016 4:24 PM

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Something Real

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Posted Aug-05-2016 4:36 PM

FACEHUGGERS! - What an exceptionally engaging theory! Hmm...there certainly is no evidence to the contrary. I would say that the ship could very easily have been constructed or even grown around the Jockey itself! :)

Facehuggers

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Posted Aug-06-2016 1:19 PM

@Something Real

Ah, thank you!

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Posted Oct-01-2016 3:21 AM

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Posted Oct-01-2016 3:24 AM

@sunsanrichard welcome to scified!Your explanation is very interesting indeed.

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Resurgence

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Posted Jan-06-2017 10:25 AM

yeah in alien isolation we get a look at how small the passage ways are and they are just slightly bigger than the average human and when you finally get to the jockey what strikes you immediately is the sheer size of the jockey and how there is no way that it could possibly fit through those corridors

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S.M

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Posted Jan-06-2017 1:12 PM

All that means is they might be vents.

Facehuggers

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Posted Jan-06-2017 1:19 PM

@Resurgence 

Exactly, good connection!

@S.M

That is quite possible though, or perhaps they were the hallways that Engineers walked through---and over time with age, the derelict shrunk to the size we see in the game.  

 

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Posted Mar-05-2017 9:21 PM

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