The Red’s Planet Blog
Alien-A-Day #47—Cawaweeans. A small agrarian people who lead a very simple life farming the beautiful green hills and valleys of the tiny planet Cawawee. Though Cawaweeans are not technologically advanced themselves, they have managed to cobble together and adapt some tech left behind from past alien conquerors who eventually died off from sheer boredom.
Alien-A-Day #46—Bobalunx. This blue vermin is a relatively common headache throughout parts of the galaxy. Though harmless in small numbers, these little guys are nothing more than eating machines and are quick to frenzy at the possibility of food. But you knew that. I mean, everyone knows you never feed a bobalunx. Right?
Alien-A-Day #45—Anoleans. This saurian species are among the most promising of reptilians; they are intelligent, have a rich cultural heritage, and live in harmony. Though still below a Type 1 civilization, Anoleans are advancing quickly, exploring their own solar system, developing renewable energy, and rejecting reality television.
Alien-A-Day #44—Wombegoneans. These short-legged, hairy people are diverse in their beliefs and ideals and tend to be well-educated. They share the common traits of unpretentiousness, sturdiness, dependably, and modesty. Still, they are often criticized for being uncultured, boring, and obsessed with the hotdish.
Alien-A-Day #43—Quadraroos. On their home planet, these small blue imps are fun, friendly, garrulous, warm, and open, but many outsiders find them a mass of contradictions. They are quick with a wisecrack, but even faster with a jab to the nose; they can be your best friend one minute and your worst enemy the next. One thing is for sure, they are certainly a passionate lot who are not afraid to bend the rules when it suits them.
Alien-a-Day #42—Basilaens. A moderately sized reptilian species with well-developed head crests that resemble feathers. Their never-ending energy, inability to pay attention, insatiable curiosity, and misuse of grammar has led sociologists to refer to this trying alien as the “Toddler Lizard”.
Alien-a-Day #41—The Yaw. The laid back cyclopean inhabitants of the only planet to have two souths, Jawjuh. These corn sippin’, grass chewin’, backwoods lovin’ aliens tend to enjoy the simpler pleasures in life, like sitting on the porch with friends and family, playing music with homemade instruments, and watching paint rust.
Alien-a-Day #40—Floralian. A subspecies of plant-based sentient life-forms. Though their society (and carnivorous tendencies) can seem aggressive to outsiders, they see themselves as an enlightened society of artists, poets, and philosophers. Average Floralians would like nothing more than to spend their days, roots planted in a nice soil, reading the classics and snacking on small mammals.
Alien-a-Day #39—Gelanoid. These translucent, colorful, gelatinous beings are known for their polite friendliness, strong sense of community, aversion to confrontation, and tendencies toward emotional eruptions. Food figures highly in Gelanoid hospitality, unfortunately, to off-worlders, this can prove to be disturbing, disgusting, or outright lethal.