"The not-so glorious war"

Films: Enemy Mine (1985)

Alias: Jeriba "Jerry" Shigan, Zammis

Type: Alien

Location: Forest/CaveCivilized area

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good

Summary: Whenever there's a war, there is always a reason a person fights for one side or the other. But when all is said and done, we are all the same deep inside. And yes, this applies to aliens as well.

History: For some time, humanity and the reptoid Dracs have been locked in a interstellar war with no true victor in sight. One human, Willis E. Davidge, hates them above all else. But then he and a Drac, Jeriba, are marooned on a hostile planet after a fight gone wrong. Soon, Willis will come to realize that behind all of those scales, Jeriba is no more human than he.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After Jeriba dies asexually giving birth to little Zammis, Willis finds it within himself to keep the child safe. He even frees a bunch of enslaved Dracs along the way. In the years to come, Zammis would never forget the brave man's exploits, even giving him a place in Jeriba's long proud bloodline.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-Dracs, in the grand scheme of things, aren't that bad looking. A bit scaly here and there, but they're no worse than humans. In fact, they're actually much more honorable than us at times.

Trivia: -Terry Gilliam was approached to direct this film, but he went and did "Brazil" instead.

-A lot of the Drac language is actually reverse Russian.

Image Gallery

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