Films: Alien Convergence (2017)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: Twice that of average fighter jets.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Oh look, another cheap alien invasion brought upon by meteors. And this time, they couldn't even be asked to make the aliens not look like a model from another genre. How uplifting. All of that said, there are some points where it seemed like at least someone cared.
History: Nomadic predators hailing from another world, these aliens crashed into the desert regions of California via meteorites. The first one to rise proved to be an unstoppable force, incapable of being seen coherently by the naked eye and already bearing a clutch of eggs. In no time, these aliens could dominate the skies and the world. Now, a motely crew of mostly disabled folk must band together and use the latest in air force technology to outsmart the vicious aliens.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: With the special new tech, the group is able to fight the monsters on even ground. However, when they merge into one giant alien, cryo missiles are utilized. The plan is a success, and the beast gets its head blown off by the ice weapons.
Powers/Abilities: These aliens can move at such a quick pace that to anyone watching, it just looks like a blur having a seizure. They can also fire empowered electricity from their mouths, and merge together to become a colossal alien.
Weakness: Heavy artillery, though cold-based weaponry works the best against them. Also, a special helmet enables one to see them.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-These aliens once again have the Asylum's low-quality CGI shooting them out of the air. The blur they make when appearing before the unprepared is enough to produce a slight giggle at the ineptitude. Also, they look like goblins out of a fantasy video game for some reason. Still, if they were real, they'd be unstoppable with their ridiculous flight speed and other powers.
Trivia: -The animal stated to fly the fastest without having to divebomb and/or let gravity do most of the work is the Brazilian free-tailed bat. A recent study showed that they could fly up to 100 mph. Meanwhile, the fastest dive-bomber, the peregrine falcon, only flies at about 60 mph.
-Why yes, those are the exact same models of the "Dragon Crusaders" from that film being used for this one. Why do you ask?