About You What is your Byond key? EclipseNutellabrot How long have you been playing on Baystation 12? For about 2-2.5 months now.. atleast I think. What are the names of your better-known characters? Cohen Williams and Ellwood Bell About The Species What alien species are you applying for? The Kharmaani species. Why do you want to play as the alien species? Because in my opinion out of all the other species available this one is the most interesting. I like their behavior and social structure and would love to play as one of them. I also enjoy the fact that they did not have official contact with species other than the skrell yet. What are some example names for the alien species? 35 Omega River for a gyne or 9345 Omega river for an alate Summarize what you know about the species. The Kharmaani or Ascent as many call them are a species that has a defined social structure. Theres the Gyne which are the fewest but most powerful Kharmaani, the alates which are doing the engineering and other complex tasks, the Monarch serpentid queens which are you could say "diplomats" between the gynes which hate eachother and have to kill eachother if they make contact due to their instincts, I think they are like a mail service between gynes relaying information if needed and the Monarch serpentid Workers, that do the day to day jobs around the ascent like soldiers, miners and other non complex jobs. Then the control minds are machines that oversee the production and supplies. They are aggressive and not the species you can throw a threat at and expect not to get a reaction, they have no real contact with any species but the skrell wich are too, the only species that has somewhat earned their respect, it seems as though they respect them because they had war with them at one point or another. They think other lifeforms are primitive and not worth their time. Their technology is advanced and their weaponry is powerful, they do not really use Bluespace technology though. They have drones and robots which arent as intelligent and independent as the ones from humans, but are still effective.