Behemoth is the latest monster, and has a unique weakspot which is pretty cool. But instead of just having a soft underbelly or a glowing belly, it’s entire stomach has been torn out and it’s guts anre hanging loose. We know the monsters are ‘made’, so why would someone inherently design a monster in this fashion? It got me thinking.
The armor pieces near the stomach seem jagged and shaped as though they would be ‘inter-locking’ with another piece of armor, whereas the rest just rub against each other. now then, what shape fills up this cavity? Think about it, what’s a jagged, rocky object related to monsters that none of the previous monsters have affected?
The eggs. The eggs are made of similar looking stone-flesh, are jagged and seem to have been brought by monsters that were not part of the original invasion force. Maggie says that the stone monsters were on Factor, where monster eggs also appeared, but apparently none of the other monsters.
I believe the Behemoth is a multi-purpose transport unit. Each is housed with an Egg, and is brought by a Wraith’s transportation field to a planet’s atmosphere. Protecting the egg with thick armor, the Behemoth curls up and survives the impact, laying the egg. Alternatively, it has the potential of growing multiple eggs. When the behemoth has released the egg, it has a large gaping hole leftover. It then serves as the heavy weapons of the monster army. Why haven’t we seen behemoths before now? Obviously the developers making the game had to finish it, but in game I reckon that they were busy raising the troops to storm Shear.