Evolutions affect entire Swarm? Edit
Do the evolution missions permanently transform all strains of the entire Swarm under Kerrigan's control? Or just the Zerg Kerrigan directly controls?
Are the unaltered broods from the evolution missions and Zagara's Brood in the last mission something to ignore as just game-play convention?
I guess this something LotV and future lore will answer indirectly, but I was just wondering what anyone else's thoughts were on what evidence is strong enough for a blatant answer. --Shadow Archon (talk) 01:06, May 28, 2015 (UTC)
- The short answer is that there's no clear evidence. The longer answer is that we can safely assume that every zerg under Kerrigan's control has been altered to fit whatever genome she may have chosen. LotV is further complicated in that we know that there's zerg under Amon's control that wouldn't necessarily have the same upgrades (e.g. the zerg on Aiur). But either way, it's spec to claim that the zerg Swarm was altered definitively, because after all, a player can go through all of HotS and not do any of the evolution missions for instance.--Hawki (talk) 01:21, May 28, 2015 (UTC)