Pale Changeling

8 thoughts on “ Pale Changeling

  1. Changelings are beings with the ability to shapeshift into other humanoids, as long as they're somewhat similar to their own body size and makeup. Their natural bodies are pale, slender, have eyes without pupils, and their hair is often a light metallic color.
  2. The Changelings were liquid shapeshifting lifeforms native to the Gamma Quadrant of the Milky Way Galaxy. They were the creators and rulers of the Dominion, whose subject races knew them as the semi-mythical Founders. Most Changelings existed as an amalgamated mass known as the Great Link. The natural form of a Changeling was a viscous orange liquid containing a .
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  4. Oct 20,  · He was a Changeling, son of the king of the Gumm-Gumms. Draal was the son of the Trollhunter, whose very job was to kill Gumm-Gumms and .
  5. Nov 29,  · This is the origin of the name “changeling” — because when someone’s previously human child suddenly becomes a pale thing, it was once thought that the original child had been taken to Thelanis. Having said that: while changelings CAN mate with other humanoids, I’d say that it is RARE for them to impregnate creatures of other species.
  6. A changeling's hair is typically long and dark, and her skin abnormally pale, but she otherwise looks for all practical purposes like a member of her father's race. A frequent—but not universal—trait of changelings is noticeably mismatched eyes, each of which is a different color common among her father's race.
  7. Changelings mature slightly faster than humans but share a similar lifespan – typically a century or less. While a changeling can shapeshift to conceal .
  8. Feb 27,  · And there's this conversation in DS9: In the Pale Moonlight between Odo and the Changeling imitating Lovok after the combined Tal Shiar-Obsidian Order forces are obliterated in the Battle of the Omarion Nebula, which hints that there's a Changeling somewhere who is privy to highly restricted information - ODO: Of course.

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