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20th May '16 2:16:35 PM Doug86
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** Though according to Weyoun, their planet is actually quite mild. It's also said that if you saw a Breen in the flesh, it'd turn you to stone. However, ''this'' is also clearly a lie, as Kira manages to steal one of their uniforms without any ill effects. In the StarTrekNovelVerse, there's more than one kind of Breen, they just all wear environment suits that make them look identical. Some of them need the refrigeration, some of them don't. Possibly, some of them turn you to stone and some of them don't as well.

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** Though according to Weyoun, their planet is actually quite mild. It's also said that if you saw a Breen in the flesh, it'd turn you to stone. However, ''this'' is also clearly a lie, as Kira manages to steal one of their uniforms without any ill effects. In the StarTrekNovelVerse, Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse, there's more than one kind of Breen, they just all wear environment suits that make them look identical. Some of them need the refrigeration, some of them don't. Possibly, some of them turn you to stone and some of them don't as well.
17th Dec '15 5:41:27 AM DarkStarling
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** The Ice Warriors, too: their big, hulking bodies are stated to be biomechanical spacesuits in their debut story. Though in a later episode it turns out that Ice Warriors are anything but frail outside of their suits; they stay in the suits primarily for cultural reasons related to honour.

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** The Ice Warriors, too: their big, hulking bodies are stated to be biomechanical spacesuits in their debut story. Though in a later episode it turns out that Ice Warriors are anything but frail outside of their suits; they stay in the suits primarily for cultural reasons related to honour.honour, and also because their military prefers MightyGlacier to FragileSpeedster.
16th May '15 4:32:18 PM nombretomado
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* The Unggoy (aka Grunts) from ''{{Halo}}''. They are most often seen with [[GasMaskMooks masks on]], large tanks on their backs. (They breathe methane on their home planet, and carry it with them much like divers and astronauts.) Some higher-ranking Grunts may also have other armor on in addition to the methane tank, or the tank and mask may look different (as with the Heretic Grunts.)

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* The Unggoy (aka Grunts) from ''{{Halo}}''.''Franchise/{{Halo}}''. They are most often seen with [[GasMaskMooks masks on]], large tanks on their backs. (They breathe methane on their home planet, and carry it with them much like divers and astronauts.) Some higher-ranking Grunts may also have other armor on in addition to the methane tank, or the tank and mask may look different (as with the Heretic Grunts.)
3rd Mar '15 8:45:55 AM pinkdalek
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** The Delegate from Arcturus in "The Curse of Peladon" is dependent on a huge black life support system out of which only his head is visible, enclosed in a solid clear dome that constantly spurts fluid. Some of his technology includes a sensor array, without which he becomes comatose, and a 'helium regenerator' which would be the easiest way to kill him. Due to how much it restricts his movement and capacity for doing anything, he crosses over into EvilCripple.

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** The Delegate from Arcturus in "The Curse of Peladon" is dependent on a huge black life support system out of which only his head is visible, enclosed in a solid clear dome that constantly spurts fluid. Some of his technology includes a sensor array, without which he becomes comatose, and a 'helium regenerator' which sabotaging would be make the easiest way to kill him. Due to how much it restricts his movement and capacity for doing anything, he crosses over into EvilCripple.
3rd Mar '15 8:45:30 AM pinkdalek
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** The Delegate from Arcturus in "The Curse of Peladon" is dependent on a huge black life support system out of which only his head is visible, enclosed in a solid clear dome that constantly spurts fluid. Some of his technology includes a sensor array, without which he becomes comatose, and a 'helium regenerator' which would be the easiest way to kill him. Due to how much it restricts his movement and capacity for doing anything, he crosses over into EvilCripple.
23rd Dec '14 9:59:17 AM Cammael
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* The Quarians from ''Franchise/MassEffect'' wear them to protect their absent immune systems from having to deal with normal environment. From a more {{Doylist}} viewpoint, it helps make the [[SpaceJews Space Gypsies]] seem more hidden and closed off from the other races.

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* The Quarians from ''Franchise/MassEffect'' wear them to protect their absent immune systems from having to deal with normal environment. From a more {{Doylist}} viewpoint, it helps make the [[SpaceJews Space Gypsies]] Romani]] seem more hidden and closed off from the other races.
18th Dec '14 5:03:59 PM pinkdalek
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* The Daleks (pictured above) from ''Series/DoctorWho'', though their suits aren't so much suits as little tanks in which utterly feeble bodies reside. In the Seventh Doctor's words, they're not so much little green men as "little green blobs in bonded polycarbide armor."
** The Ice Warriors, too: their big, hulking bodies are stated to be biomechanical spacesuits in their debut story. Though in a later episode it turns out that Ice Warriors are anything but frail outside of their suits; they stay in the suits primarily for cultural reasons related to honor.

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* The ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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Daleks (pictured above) from ''Series/DoctorWho'', above), though their suits aren't so much suits as little tanks in which utterly feeble bodies reside. In the Seventh Doctor's words, they're not so much little green men as "little green blobs in bonded polycarbide armor."
** The Ice Warriors, too: their big, hulking bodies are stated to be biomechanical spacesuits in their debut story. Though in a later episode it turns out that Ice Warriors are anything but frail outside of their suits; they stay in the suits primarily for cultural reasons related to honor.honour.
** The Krotons are an especially [[OurMonstersAreWeird weird]] variant, even by ''Doctor Who'' standards - they are a form of semi-living crystal dependent on their TinCanRobot suits to have useful physical form. They need to breathe from a 'polarised centrifuge' to remain in this living state, but the closest thing to an actual death they have is just 'exhaustion', which is when their crystals revert to a simple (gaseous) state, and which is apparently temporary. In the ''Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures'' the Krotons' implied ability to inhabit any machine is made explicit when it is revealed they are able to possess Dalek ships.
7th Dec '14 10:24:17 AM samf359
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* Krang from ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''.
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7th Dec '14 10:22:35 AM samf359
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* Krang from ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''.
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7th Dec '14 10:09:50 AM samf359
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** The Gaim from the same series wear encounter suits that resemble humanoids in gas masks. Underneath, the are insectoid and [[TakeOurWordForIt apparently]] far from humanoid. The suit serves both as environmental protection and a translator/speaker unit, as the Gaim are incapable of vocalizing most species' languages.

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** The Gaim from the same series wear encounter suits that resemble humanoids in gas masks. Underneath, the they are insectoid and [[TakeOurWordForIt apparently]] far from humanoid. The suit serves both as environmental protection and a translator/speaker unit, as the Gaim are incapable of vocalizing most species' languages.
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