Aliens (Collectibles)

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There are five different breeds of Alien to collect but each can be picked up dead or alive, so there are 10 variants. The only way to get them is to build a rocketship and explore outer space. As your Sims have adventures in space, they collect rewards and items. Sometimes they get an alien. To get all of the aliens, your Sims will need to make a lot of trips into space.

You can put your collected Aliens out on display in your home where they will give off a Confident emotional aura, but the living ones also give out a green puff of gas now and then! The above image shows some of the Aliens on display in my Sim's laboratory!.

Image Name Value Rarity Description
Live Pink Whale.png Live Pink Whale §165 Uncommon Vaguely reminiscent of our own cetacean mammals, this "space whale" manipulates the fabric of time and space in navigating its environment.
Live Blue Slug.png Live Blue Slug §165 Rare A parasite that inhabits the brains of larger organisms and effectively plays puppetmaster. Ostensibly extremophilic.
Live Red Coral.png Live Red Coral §165 Uncommon Unlike its earthly counterparts, more than ninety percent of this coral-like structure is engaged in metabolic processes.
Live Space Squid.png Live Space Squid §165 Rare A gelatinous, docile organism that communicates via patterned pulses in its bioluminescent skin.
Live Space Porcupine.png Live Space Porcupine §165 Common This "porcupine" exhibits shy,

skittish behavior, expelling its "quills" to tranquilize would-be predators and making a hasty retreat thereafter.

Dead Pink Whale.png Dead Pink Whale §150 Common This organism's vital fluids contain traces Of phosphorus, glowing for a short period of time when exposed to oxygen. The next "fossil" fuel?
Dead Blue Slug.png Dead Blue Slug §150 Common Extracted from the body of its prior host, the specimen continues to move even after other life signs have long since faded.
Dead Red Coral.png Dead Red Coral §150 Common Preliminary readings suggest that this skeleton emits a constant stream of short-wave transmissions -- often involving what appear to be numerical tallies.
Dead Space Squid.png Dead Space Squid §150 Uncommon With six appendages, partial

transparency, and an unusually reflective outer membrane, this specimen likely evolved on a water-planet before arriving at the point Of discovery.

Dead Space Porcupine.png Dead Space Porcupine §150 Common Anatomical analysis reveals

that this specimen has both reptilian and mammalian reproductive features--perfectly fit for erratic meteorological patterns.