Good point. After all, who needs giant aliens when the local population can be divided and do the job themselves. Like mkrnhr says, it's much harder to ID the enemy when he looks exactly like you and you've been programmed to think he is there for your protection.mkrnhr said:Absolutely not, but after the first encounter shock, one could run away and hide to avoid them. At least things are clear, the ennemy is identified. There will be zealot treators who will work for the god of course, but at least you know the gods/aliens/demons/fairies/... are here. :)Guardian said:OK...but will you feel the same way after you've met the extraterrestrial giant? ;)
With the way they have engineered things this time around, there isn't any need for an invasion. In the vent of some kind of cataclysm, and if the people get desperate, those blackwater-types aren't gonna ask questions before they shoot. "A time will come when the dead seem blessed" doesn't leave much wiggle room.