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The power to use a biological form of advanced technology. Combination of Biological Manipulation and Technological Constructs. Biological counterpart of Advanced Technology

Also Called

  • Organic Technology

Capabilities

Users are advanced masters of genetic-engineering, able to create complex biological systems rivaling what we call "technology". They usually belong to species whose entire civilization is literally made of engineered biomass, including weapons, vehicles, structures and even spaceships.

This alternate path proves to be extremely efficient, combining the multipurpose edge of technology to the adaptive expansionism of biology. It also grants considerable tactical advantages, as armies can be quickly produced and optimally adapted to each battlefield, and losses can be recycled just as easily.

Another key product of Bio-Technology is the Hive Mind that usually governs such a species, doubling their very high practical efficiency with global unity and optimal organization and decision-making.

As a result, all these crucial assets usually make users the most successful species of their respective setting.

Applications (Basics)

Applications (Examples)

Weapons:

Units:

Various:

Variations

Associations

Limitations

  • Biotech units usually aren't as powerful as their metal-based counterparts, though their sheer numbers more than make up for it.

Known Users

See Also: Organic Technology.

Anime/Manga

Card Games

  • Phyrexians (Magic: The Gathering)

Comics

Film

  • Mala'kak/Engineers (Alien/Predator)
  • Replicants (Blade Runner)
  • 90% Capacity CPH4 Users (Lucy)
  • Martians (Invaders From Mars 1986 remake)

Literature

Tabletop Games

  • Mi-Go (Call of Cthulhu)
  • Ta'ge (CthulhuTech); through their information providing the ability to make Tagers
  • Halflings (Dark Sun)
  • Daelkyr (Eberron)
  • Symbionts (Eberron)
  • Primordials (Exalted)
  • Bioroids (GURPS)
  • Lemurians (Rifts)
  • Elves (Spelljammer)
  • Qin (Trinity)
  • Tyranids (Warhammer 40000)

TV Series

Web Comics

Web Original

Video Games

Gallery

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