The Vermulans are a mysterious race of near-humans discovered by the Delpha Coalition of Planets. The entire race are females.

History Edit

The Vermulan's past is our future. The Vermulans are from the future, and they came back in time to reinforce their empire. It is believed they time travelled back from the Human Year 3321, back to the year 2512. This has helped grow Vermulan population in their time up to inconcievable numbers.

Vermulan activity has, up until now, been unseen, they have just been lying back and growing their numbers and continuing technological development. In recent years, they have been more noticable. During the attack of the Quantumhorde, they did try to capture some of the hordes mass, which they mostly failed at.

Biology Edit

Body Edit

The Vermulans have the same external body as a human female. However, their skin is pure white, and their eyes are purely red.

For protection against the elements (as well as some projectiles), Vermulan skin contains large amounts of plastic. How the skin can breath with this is unknown.

Blood Edit

Vermulan blood has unknown properties, but it is red and very luminous.

Hair Edit

Although invisble under the Vermulan's cloaks, the Vermulans do have hair. It is a silver colour, and when uncovered, it's length goes down to the Vermulan's neck. Unlike human hair, it does not continue growing, if a Vermulan loses its hair, its not getting it back.

As for bodily hair, Vermulans lack it, but retain the follicles, which are used by their suits.

Reproducton Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The Vermulans were based on:
    • The Remulans (Legostar Galactica) - Name, High Technology, Mysteriousness
    • The Kilaak (Godzilla) - Female Only, Clothing
    • The Drahvin (Doctor Who) - Female Only, Culture
    • The Sontarans (Doctor Who) - High Reproduction Rate, Conduct
    • The Martians (War of the Worlds) - Nigh Idestructability, Arrogance
    • The Daleks (Doctor Who) - Creation
    • The Cybermen (Doctor Who) - Conduct, Logic
  • Vermulan soul tastes like soda water.
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