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Evolved Galileans are the evolved counterparts of the Galilean species.
Evolved Galileans no longer have legs and move by floating by manipulating their gravitational field. Their skin crust becomes more jagged, as crests and peaks form on the surface. Their planetary core is engulfed in their mouth now, with a spiral circling outwards. Their hands grow much larger as well.
The most notable change, however, are the three smaller orbiting planetoids that spawn around evolved Galileans, caught in their gravitational field. They each have a little face on them that resembles a normal Galilean in orbit mode.
Powers and Abilities
Like their devolved counterparts, evolved Galileans can control gravity to manipulate weight of objects, motion of objects, or slam them down to the ground with ease. Evolved Galileans can make matter or energy orbit around them.
They can also manipulate their own gravity in order to levitate.
Like regular Galileans, their three smaller orbiting planetoids also have gravikinesis.[DJW 1]
Being made of rock, plus their naturally large size, they have enhanced strength and durability.
Due to their large size, evolved Galileans would have a more difficult time in smaller areas.
Because they have no legs, evolved Galileans must use levitation on themselves via gravikinesis, in order to be mobile at all.
Notable Evolved Galileans
Galilean is a play on Galileo Galilei, the Italian scientist who first observed planetary motion.