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Alien

Alien

Home world
Unknown
Other residences
Role
Neutral/Antagonist
Origin
Alien (1979)
Voiced by
N/A

Aliens are antagonists in Kingdom Hearts II ½. They appear in various worlds.

Role

Aliens are intelligent, parasitic creatures that require other organisms to breed. They live in ant-like hives and have acid for blood, making them very hard to defeat. Since they are animals, they are not considered "evil" in any sense and have no alliance with the Heartless. Thus, they can be considered neutral instead of antagonists. However, they are still very dangerous creatures. Maleficent, Pete, Hades, Nilmax and Xerruy frequently attempt to use the Aliens in their schemes.

Story

Sora, Donald and Goofy encounter Aliens in various worlds.

Bouvet Island

Along with Alexa Woods, Sora and his friends encounter a mish mash of monsters inside an abandoned pyramid rife with Heartless, Predators and Aliens. Maleficent tries to turn the Queen into a Heartless and, controlling her with the forces of darkness, has her attack the party. Ultimately, her plan fails.

Gunnison

A Predator called Wolf is tasked to wipe out an Alien infestation in this world. Nilmax and Xerruy attempt to turn Wolf into a Heartless. Later, they show interest in the Predalien that shows up.

The Nostromo

Sora, Donald and Goofy board a large spaceship where they encounter a single Alien terrorizing its passengers. Pete teams up with the scheming crew member Ash, who wants to exploit the Alien and the Heartless for the Weapons Division of the company they are working for, Weyland-Yutani. Together with Ellen Ripley, Sora, Donald and Goofy defeat Ash and the Alien, thwarting Pete's schemes.

Hadley's Hope

In an abandoned colony, Sora, Donald and Goofy are reunited with Ripley who is fighting an entire hive of Aliens along with a squad of elite soldiers. Maleficent once again sets her sights on the Queen, which is defeated by Sora and Ripley in a titanic boss battle.

Fiorina 161

Sora, Donald, Goofy and Ripley fight a fast moving Alien called "Runner" in a bleak prison facility. Hades attempts to utilize the forces of darkness to turn it into a Heartless, but his plan is foiled.

The Auriga

Sora, Donald and Goofy meet a cloned Ripley aboard a research ship overrun with Aliens. Together with Ripley and a band of smugglers, they fight the evil Dr. Wren who, with the help of Nilmax and Xerruy, is exploiting the powers of darkness to control the Aliens. They also fight a hideous Alien/human hybrid, the Newborn.

Regular Alien

This is the most common form of Alien. It appears as a spawned enemy in Bouvet Island, Gunnison, Hadley's Hope and the Auriga and as a boss in the Nostromo and Bouvet Island (this is Grid, detailed in a seperate section below).

Role

Regular Aliens are present in all encounters except the one on Fiorina 161. They are usually tasked with protecting the hive and gathering hosts.

As a Boss

Aliens are very tough bosses, mixing the speed of Sabor with the power of Cloud. They attack with devastating claw combos which can take away a lot of HP with several successive hits. When Sora is close but just out of reach of their claw attacks, they'll swing their serrated tails or do a tail stabbing combo. Their tails end in a toxic stinger; getting hit by this attack results in a portion of Sora's HP slowly draining (similar to the Black Fungus from Kingdom Hearts). When Sora is even farther away, they'll spit acid, which, just like their toxin, will slowly drain HP. Occasionally, Aliens will rapidly lunge at Sora in a manner similar to Sabor. This is their second most powerful attack which must be avoided at all costs. Their single most dangerous attack is Head Bite. The Alien will grab Sora, lift him into the air, and strike him in the head with its secondary jaws. The reaction command Tongue Block can avoid this - Sora will have the Keyblade spawn between his head and the striking Alien jaws, reflecting the attack.

All Alien types are weak against Fire magic. Non-boss level spawned Aliens will have all the above attacks, but simplified and much weaker.

The Queen

Alien Queen

Queen

Home world
Unknown
Other residences
Role
Neutral/Antagonist
Origin
Aliens (1986)
Voiced by
N/A

The Queen appears as a boss in Bouvet Island and Hadley's Hope.

Role

The Queen is the leader of the Alien nest, laying eggs like a factory machine and commanding the other Aliens. In various encounters, Maleficent, Nilmax and Xerruy attempted to turn it into a Heartless to suit their own evil ends.

As a Boss

The Queen is slower but much stronger than other Aliens. She has most regular Alien attacks, except the acid spit. In addition, she'll occasionally charge across the battlefield, using her huge head as a battering ram.









Facehugger

Role

Facehugger

Facehugger

Home world
Unknown
Other residences
Role
Neutral/Antagonist
Origin
Alien (1979)
Voiced by
N/A

Facehuggers are spider-like parasites that emerge from Alien eggs and inject hosts with Alien embryos. They are encountered in all worlds the Aliens appear in and are minor foes in Bouvet Island, Gunnison, Hadley's Hope and the Auriga.

As Enemies

Facehuggers are small and very fast, making them hard to hit. Being pounced by a group of them can do quite some damage. Using magic is recommended as they spray acid when hit, damaging Sora. Fire and Thunder are very effective spells against facehuggers.













Chestburster

Role

Chestburster

Chestburster

Home world
Unknown
Other residences
Role
Neutral/Antagonist
Origin
Alien (1979)
Voiced by
N/A

The embryo injected by the facehugger matures and then emerges from its host as a "chestburster". This is a rather weak and shy creature which gradually molts into an adult Alien. Unlike other forms, they flee instead of fight and are thus not fought by Sora.
















Runner

Runner

Runner

Home world
Role
Neutral/Antagonist
Origin
Alien³ (1992)
Voiced by
N/A

This Alien is only encountered in Fiorina 161, where it is the final boss.

Role

Aliens take on characteristics of their hosts. The Runner, being born from a dog, is fully quadrupedal and much faster than its semi-bipedal brethren. Hades attempted to turn it into a Heartless.

As a Boss

The Runner fights similar to the other Alien types, but its lunge attacks are much faster. Making up for this, its attack power is lower. During the final battle, the Runner is hot from being submerged in molten lead and has also been infused with the power of darkness by Hades, making it much tougher. It will spawn fireballs which shoot at Sora at high speeds, summon columns of fire around it and open dark portals under Sora's feet which do a lot of damage. It is weak against Blizzard magic. 








Newborn

Newborn

Newborn

Home world
Role
Neutral/Anagonist
Origin
Alien: Resurrection (1997)
Voiced by
John LaBarbara & Archie Hahn

The Newborn is an Alien/human hybrid that only appears on the Auriga. It is the final boss there.

Role

The Newborn shows human-like emotions, but is agressive and unpredictable. It sees both humans and Aliens as enemies. It believes Ripley is its mother, although it was delivered by the Queen (who, ironically, was surgically removed from Ripley, technically making her the Newborn's grandmother). Nilmax and Xerruy attempted to turn it into a Heartless to turn on Sora and his friends.

As a Boss

The Newborn is very different from other Alien bosses. It has the typical arm slash combos, but lacks all other attacks from the Alien moveset. Occasionally, it will enter frenzy mode and run across the arena, hitting anything in its way. It will also try to bite Sora, which doesn't do a lot of damage. Also, the Newborn sometimes grabs the ceiling with its arms, lifting itself into the air and then throwing itself at Sora like a dive bomber.



Grid

Grid

Grid

Home world
Role
Neutral/Antagonist
Origin
Alien versus Predator (2004)
Voiced by
N/A

Grid is an Alien encountered on Bouvet Island where he is one of the bosses. He can be recognized by the grid-like scarring on his head, caused by Celtic's net.

Role

Grid serves as the leader of the other Aliens in the pyramid on the island, although he himself takes orders from the Queen. Sora, Donald and Goofy fight him after he defeats Chopper, after which Celtic brushes them aside to battle Grid. Grid ends up defeating Celtic as well.

As a Boss

Grid packs the same moveset as other Aliens (he is basically a regular Alien, but with a unique look). Because his stinger was severed by Celtic, his stinger attack is replaced by acid damage (which has the same effect of draining HP).







Predalien

Predalien

Predalien

Home world
Role
Neutral/Antagonist
Origin
Aliens versus Predator (1999)
Voiced by
N/A

This type of Alien only appears in Gunnison, where it serves as the final boss along with Wolf.

Role

The Predalien is the result of an Alien using a Predator as a host to breed in. In Gunnison, a Predalien led the band of Aliens wreaking havoc in the town. Nilmax and Xerruy attempted to turn it into a Heartless.

As a Boss

The Predalien is slower but also stronger than regular Aliens. Its moveset is roughly the same as other Alien bosses.

Trivia

  • The name "Runner" originates from the 2001 PC game Aliens versus Predator 2. Before, the creature from Alien³ was referred to as "Dog Alien".
  • Although the Predalien appeared in comics and video games throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, it didn't appear on film until Aliens versus Predator: Requiem (2007), save for a small cameo at the end of Alien versus Predator (2004).
  • After the Runner is defeated, Donald freezes it with a Blizzard spell, the sudden change in temperature causing the red-hot creature to exploded. This is similar to its demise in Alien³, when Ripley douses it with cold water after it is submerged in molten lead.

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