Alive in the sense of a sentient, self willed creature, no. In the sense of a massive organism that lacks a nervous system, yes. It exists akin to a giant plant like organism, but it feeds on static electricity, and on the ley lines that run through its borders. It can move and respond to stimulus, but it cannot carry on a conversation. Go to Comment
I like this post very much. There is something about the tragedy of the Cyclops that I really like. Still I cannot help but feel that this is not up to your usual standard Scrasamax. Their history is sketchy and the Cyclops themselves we learn little about, except once they built and now they run.
But do understand me: I love the skeleton of this thing. I just wish it had some meat and clothes. Go to Comment
Well, this was something else than the standard brutes that make it to the lifeforms section. I like them and that is saying something considering how chauvinistic I am when it comes to greek mythos species. (The greek mythos is normally not my cup of tea, but I like your slant on the nightmare) Go to Comment