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'''Adrenal Glands''' are a [[Tyranid]] Biomorph that can be developed by almost any Tyranid species. Adrenal glands massively increase the production of adrenaline by the Tyranid creature, allowing it to move more swiftly and attack more strongly.
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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.
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This allows the organism to move more swiftly and attack with greater strength.
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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-slashers|Sky-slasher Rippers]], [[Tyranid Shrike]]s, [[Gargoyle]]s, [[Harpy|Harpies]], [[Carnifex]]es, [[Trygon]]s, [[Mawloc]]s and [[Tyrannofex]]es.
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==Sources==
 
==Sources==
*''Codex: Tyranids'' (5th Edition)
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*''Codex: Tyranids'' (5th Edition), pp. 84, 86
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Latest revision as of 17:58, May 28, 2020

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.

SourcesEdit

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