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An '''Adrenal Gland''' is a [[Tyranid]] [[Tyranid Biomorphs|Biomorph]] that is commonly developed in the frontline creatures of a Tyranid swarm. Adrenal Glands massively increase the production of adrenaline within a Tyranid bio-form, and also saturate their host's bloodstream with other chemicals that boost the creature's metabolism to a hyperactive state of frenzy. This allows the organism to move more swiftly and attack with greater strength. The most common Tyranid bio-forms found with adrenal glands are [[Hive Tyrant]]s, [[Tervigon]]s, [[Tyranid Prime]]s, [[Tyranid Warrior]]s, [[Genestealer]]s, [[Termagant]]s, [[Hormagaunt]]s, [[Rippers]], Sky Slasher Rippers, [[Tyranid Shrike]]s, [[Gargoyle]]s, [[Harpy|Harpies]], [[Carnifex]]es, [[Trygon]]s, [[Mawloc]]s and [[Tyrannofex]]es.
Adrenal Glands are a Tyranid Biomorph that can be attached to almost every Tyranid. It can either increase weapons skill by +1 or Initiative by +1. A Tyranid can be equipped with two adrenal glands to affect both characteristics.
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==Sources==
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*''Codex: Tyranids'' (5th Edition), pp. 84, 86
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[[es:Sacos de adrenalina]]
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[[Category:Tyranid]]
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[[Category:Tyranid Technology]]

Revision as of 21:25, April 7, 2017

An Adrenal Gland is a Tyranid Biomorph that is commonly developed in the frontline creatures of a Tyranid swarm. Adrenal Glands massively increase the production of adrenaline within a Tyranid bio-form, and also saturate their host's bloodstream with other chemicals that boost the creature's metabolism to a hyperactive state of frenzy. This allows the organism to move more swiftly and attack with greater strength. The most common Tyranid bio-forms found with adrenal glands are Hive Tyrants, Tervigons, Tyranid Primes, Tyranid Warriors, Genestealers, Termagants, Hormagaunts, Rippers, Sky Slasher Rippers, Tyranid Shrikes, Gargoyles, Harpies, Carnifexes, Trygons, Mawlocs and Tyrannofexes.

Sources

  • Codex: Tyranids (5th Edition), pp. 84, 86
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