I know this is a dumb question- but there’s no way the show actually ends when he terraforms the earth. Part of me thinks it won’t happen; think about it.
When has Pupa been properly tended to? We saw the snippet of Pupa specialist class, and they surely don’t follow the few rules we heard. Sure, they do what they need to do with the Pupa sometimes, but he’s essentially just a baby (more of a 4yo at this point imo, compared to being a legit baby in S1).
I was toying with the idea of ‘Pupa loves the family too much to terraform’ kinda thing, but the S2 finale proved that the Pupa can’t control its impulses / its nature.
I think what’ll happen is Pupa will be about to terraform; the solar opposites accept that this is it, this is their fate. But, because the Pupa hasn’t been properly tended to, it just doesn’t happen, or happens on an extremely tiny scale.
But maybe I’m just having premature separation anxiety from my all time favorite character 😀😀😀
Also just because I don’t wanna make a whole post just to say this; the Pupa’s eyes separately blinking is such a hilarious / cute touch that just adds so much to its character.
I don’t know if I missed something, but the pupa (don’t think im spelling that right) changes from yellow and pink. what’s up with that?
Hello, I have no idea what this is.... I have 4 queens of lasius niger in test tubes. Two of them have already started to raise second generation of workers and they are doing fine. However, today I was checking on the queens with no eggs and one of them is taking care of huge (basically same size as queen) orange cocoon. I cant find anything about it on the internet. Is it some sort of parasite pupae? Could it be some egg of another ant species? Thanks for your response.
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The pupa’a purpose for the mission of the family is to one day evolve, consume a planet, and terraform it into a copy of Shlorp. While it was supposed to terraform a planet that is uninhabited, the family crashed landed on earth and only Korvo wants to get out. However the disturbing thing about the mission is once the pupa evolves, it will consume the family. This whole thing sounds like suicide as the terraforming could kill the family but in the season 2 finale, the pupa is revealed to release phermones that can revive the family like it did in that episode. Plus the London family said that once the pupa evolves they could go back to living their wealthy lifestyle. All four members seem very relaxed a need undisturbed by this but Only Korvo Seems to want to leave Earth and only go to an actual uninhabited planet to do the mission while Terry just wants to goof off instead of being the pupa specialist. I am wondering if the pupa does evolve will the family be okay after all is said and done about it. The intro did strongly imply that only 200 shlorpians are left after the planet’s destruction.
As much as I enjoyed season 2, I really wanted to hear more of Pupa's alternative voice, but it didn't happen this time around....
Love when Pupa goes "See you next season, children..." at the end of season 1.
My photoshop skills are less than nonexistent. Would anyone make a warhol inspired pupa design? The payment would be the friendships we made along the way.
Edit: one letter, as you can see from the title. Thanks, slappy!
In tonight's episode of the Hell Games, we are serving up a course of freshly cooked Hitman served up with a side order of corpse mutilating psycho.
Our first ingredient goes by the name Knox. In his last round, Knox succeeded by erecting a bone barrier. He really stuck it to his opponents in that round. Honestly, I could go on all day, so let's get to our next contestant.
Our other ingredient in tonight's helping goes by the name Puella Pupa, this corpse lover comes complete with its own side helpings of extra bodies which can be dished up along with the meal. Puella managed to survive her last round by using her corpses as sacrificial pawns and repairing herself whenever she took damage.
So... how do you like your criminals? Well done?
Defeat the other person.
Vote here (Poll didn't seem to work so I have replaced it. If you have already voted, please vote again.)
Like they should do that every season, kind of like how Bojack Horseman has the changes in each intro sequence.