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"G" are mutant organisms birthed by the Golgotha Virus. On a genetic level they are human with certain genes altered, expressed or not expressed.

Life cycle Edit

Those born as "G"s are similar but not identical to humans who have been infected with the G-Virus. They do not mutate endlessly like Dr. William Birkin or Dr. Curtis Miller, or regenerate injured body-parts. The life-cycle of "G" is more in keeping with amphibian organisms than mammals, with G-larvae not resembling their parents.

G-Larvae Edit

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Larval G like the one pictured resemble froglets, the intermediate stage between tadpoles and adult frogs. The body consists of a head and body, two arms, two legs and a long tail. Through production of an unidentified growth hormone, G-Larvae can quickly mature into G-Adults mere minutes after birth. However, due to a genetic defect, the larvae of G-Adults are unable to produce this hormone and so remain in their larval form for life.

While infantile, G-Larvae do not require the care of their parents and can survive on their own. G-Larvae possess an innate need to parasitise human bodies, whether living or dead, and will try to force themselves down the oesophagus. The larvae of G-humans like Dr. Birkin are genetically close to their human relatives and, therefore, react differently in the bodies of closely and distantly related to their parent. In the case of Brian Irons, the larva rejected its host and escaped by forcing through his ribcage, killing him. In the case of Sherry Birkin, another larva grafted itself to her body. Had she not be given the DEVIL in time, she would have become a creature similar to her father.

G-Adult Edit

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The above G as an adult.

If they are able to produce growth hormones, larvae which failed to hosts, or who rejected them, will begin maturing into adults in a process that takes mere seconds. G-Adults are more human in appearance, having hands and feet with digits like a human. Tumour typically grow on the back at an asymmetrical shape, more to one side of the body on the other. As is typical with G organisms, genes relating to eye growth are expressed randomly. Due to the common risk of mutation in Gs, it is quite possible there can be much variety between individual Gs.

Reproduction Edit

G-Adults have been seen to produce asexually, able to birth G-larvae not long after their own birth.

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