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The Sea Emperor Baby is a passive creature belonging to the Fauna category.

Five Sea Emperor Leviathan Eggs are found in the aquarium of the Primary Containment Facility, being kept alive by the Incubator Device.

These eggs are unable to hatch due to the environment in the Emperor aquarium being designed to match the ideal conditions for an adult Sea Emperor Leviathan, rather than a Sea Emperor Baby. As a result, the Precursor Race planned to use the unborn emperors as a cure for Carar, as their parent was not a viable source of Enzyme 42. Due to this, the eggs themselves are hundreds of years old.

These eggs must be hatched by using certain items at some point in the story. In order to hatch them, the player will need to collect various flora in order to create Hatching Enzymes. These enzymes will trigger the eggs to hatch, and allow the babies to be born.

AppearanceEdit

The babies mostly resemble adult Sea Emperor Leviathans in appearance, though there are a few differences in their proportions.

  • The head has a much narrower appearance
  • The eyes are much larger in comparison to the head than those of an adult Sea Emperor Leviathan
  • The mandibles are smaller and are further away from the mouth
  • The arms are much shorter and more rounded
  • The upper body is far shorter, though the lower body is mostly the same proportion-wise.
  • They have a defined neck, unlike adult Sea Emperor Leviathan.
  • Where an adult Sea Emperor Leviathan has two large structures on either side of the head, a baby has two small lumps.

StoryEdit

The Sea Emperor Babies are offspring of the last surviving Sea Emperor Leviathan, having been unable to hatch outside of their natural conditions, the player must gather various flora in order to create Hatching Enzymes, which will then allow the eggs to finally hatch.

Because the Precursors had not learned how to hatch the Sea Emperor Leviathan Eggs naturally, they extracted a Sea Emperor Baby fetus from its egg and dissected it. This did nothing to further their cause.

The Sea Emperor Babies, like their parent, are also able to produce Enzyme 42, albeit in a more stable form. Once the babies have hatched, the adult Sea Emperor Leviathan will begin to die, as it has been old and sick while waiting for its offspring to be born.

After being hatched by the Player, the Sea Emperor Babies will play with their parent for a short while, before being escorted to the Warp Gate to go through it, going to various biomes where they will become juveniles.

Data Bank EntryEdit

A juvenile emperor specimen. This species hatches relatively fully formed and independent, perhaps reflecting the fact they must fend for themselves when they are first born away from their parent/s.

This specimen is healthy, and exhibiting signs of a positive attitude to life. It is also producing a highly potent form of the enzyme, which may be capable of fully curing individuals of the alien bacterium.

Background: - Superficial damage to the specimen indicates it was forcibly removed from its egg-casing - The fetus appears to have been terminated for dissection immediately on removal - Cryogenically preserved

Bacterial Vaccine Potential: - Analysis of digestive system enzyme production indicates potential for full vaccination against effects of alien bacterium - However the fetus had not fully completed gestation - internal organ development is insufficient for enzyme production

Analysis: - A healthy infant specimen may be able to produce the enzymes necessary for a full vaccine against the bacterium - Given the specimen's potential, it is unlikely the alien researchers would have forcibly removed it prior to full development if they had discovered any way to hatch it naturally

Recommended Steps: - Unclear

Gallery Edit

TriviaEdit

  • The reference for some of the animations of the Sea Emperor Babies was the child of the animator, Louis Karim.[Citation needed]