Weedlocks are biological beings that come in various shapes and sizes. No form of a Weedlock seems final. Continuous evolution and mutation ensure this race survives even in hostile conditions. The death of thousands of specimen is not a tragedy as such, but an adaptation mechanism that will provide useful genetic information for the future generations. It seems that the Weedlock community is always supervised by some higher being or some sort of collective consciousness. This race shows a genetic predisposition for functions in the society. Each individual has a specific task and is specialized in its execution.
The first representatives of this exotic race appeared in the Galaxy a dozen or so years ago and were completely incapable of communicating and coexisting with other species. However, it took just a few years for the Weedlocks to evolve into an intelligent and multi-lingual group. This breed of Weedlocks displays some kind of compassion and care for their brethren. This trait distinguishes them from the typical representatives of their race. Nowadays you can communicate with a Weedlock quite easily, but in some aspects the conversation is like talking to a child who hears the basic concepts for the first time, although the same Weedlock will never ask the same question twice. The plant-like creatures that can be found on the border of the Central Sector and on the Distant Edge treat their origin as a taboo and don’t want to talk about it. But surely they are not a native race in this Galaxy. Recently, more and more often people gossip about planets and the whole star systems beyond the Great Gap entirely covered with a biological soup and gigantic plants of unknown origin. Are the Weedlocks living in the civilized part of the Galaxy not ambassadors, but fugitives from an unstoppable, neverending, but ever-expanding mutant swarm?