A regular ol' Linnorm: http://i.imgur.com/DNVRspG.png Size comparison between the Linnorm and your average Flat: http://i.imgur.com/jVhPzUa.png MORPH NAME: Linnorm MORPH TYPE: Biomorph (Pod) MORPH SIZE: Very large. Implants/Augments: Cortical Stack, Basic Biomods, Basic Mesh Inserts, Cyberbrain. Medichines, Enhanced Smell, Echolocation, Digging Claws, Swim Bladder, Oxygen Reserve, Direction Sense, Enhanced Respiration (Titan), Carapace Armor, Respirocytes, Temperature Tolerance (Cryonic), Personal Power Plant, Natural Weapon: [3d10 DV, AP –5]. Movement System: Snake 12/60, Walker 8/120. Aptitude Maximum: 40 Durability: 200 (+5) Wound Threshold: 40 (+1) Advantages: +15 Climbing, +15 Swimming, +10 Freerunning, +15 SOM. Neutral: Very Large Size, Non-Human Biochemistry. Disadvantages: Social Stigma (Pod) CP Cost: 155 Credit Cost: 310,000
~Ssky Andersun, hardware specialist and general theorist. "While it is an old and outdated morph, the Linnorm is nonetheless one of the more massive and rather dramatic beings to behold. While only a handful remain in circulation, several remain in the hands of collectors, if only to view their savage splendor... Even so, these rugged morphs should not be tossed aside as mere artifacts of the past, for even while of ancient design, they possess power and endurance far beyond that of the average morph and can defeat Titan's normally deleterious conditions with ease. Whether it be diving into oceans of methane for hours on end or going several weeks or even months without food, this hearty morph is a tough contender for your hardcore survivalist. While the general form is fairly standard with this morph, a number of minor features tend to vary across them, such as the whiskers or lack thereof, the fins, the fur and even the coloration of the scales. While blue hues are most common, the shade can be drastically different and in rarer cases even possess strange chromatic coloring. The color of the eyes also varies, though there doesn't seem to be any sort of limitation on the number of possible hues nor the saturation of their bead-like peepers."