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Building Block Projection
|First Appearance||The More Things Change: Part 1|
Segmentasapiens are a species from the planet Polyominus.
AppearanceThe Segmentasapiens' appearance is similar to a gorilla made out of building blocks. They are red, yellow, and blue with black lines all over their bodies. Their feet are curved at the back of them.
Segmentasapiens from Dimension 23 are white, light blue, and gray instead of red, yellow, and blue.
Segmentasapiens are one of the oldest lifeforms in the universe and are quite literally the building blocks of their civilization, capable of rearranging their matter at the sub-atomic level to create a vast variety of shapes and forms. They evolved this way in response to near-constant invasions of their strategically located homeworld, Polyominus, by seemingly every early warring alien species. To avoid detection by so many violent interlopers, Segmentasapiens began to transform themselves into the very architecture of their planet. In this way, they could remain hidden in plain sight as army after army over the centuries marched through or even occupied their eerily abandoned, medieval-style walled cities, finding not a single living creature—because the living creatures are the cities. Segmentasupiens are in fact so rarely seen in their true form. that many consider them to be only a myth.
Powers and Abilities
Segmentasapiens have the ability of shapeshifting and can transform into a variety of shapes, such as a cage or net. If their body is broken, Segmentasapiens can regenerate. They can also survive explosions because of their regeneration ability.
Notable Segmentasapien Hybrids
- Omniverse Kevin (1/11 Segmentasapien)
A part of their species name describes what they do, which is creating different objects in segments.