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People say there's 7 Leviathon eggs. I don't think so. The data says Containment unit 7 (Leviathon eggs). The 7 isn't in the parentheses. This base had at least 7 containment units. One of which had multiple Leviathon eggs (seeing that it says "eggs"). I'm pretty sure that the mother Leviathon only damaged the base enough to cause the base to fall and get more damaged. Before it fell, the staff evacuated and abandoned the place (not hard to guess why). In the end, most of the damage was done before the base fell, and the mother was able to locate Containment Unit 7 but failed to save its offspring. Tragic.
The egg that is said to be the sea dragon leviathan egg is actually a crab squid egg because it closely resembles it. The only visible difference from the actual crab squid egg is the top part on this egg with the pointe top.
I think the lost river base was destroyed by the sea dragon which its skeleton is not that far from it the sea dragon must have tried to save the sea dragon egg by running head first with the lost river base causing sea dragons death
Maybe that wasn't the one the ran into the base maybe it was trying to get out and the big mama heard it and then ram it the baby there fore being able to get free and then dead from the trauma to the head
There is evidence that sea dragon leviathans are at least semi-social creatures. The two that spawn on the map are relatively close to each other in general range, so I wouldn't be surprised if these two sea dragons perhaps had a part to play in the general deterioration of the base. It is also likely that decay over time played a roll in why the facility is in ruins.
I think the sea dragon broke off the supports for the base, then as it fell the dragon went full speed and just dented it. All of the real damage would have been with the base crashing into the ground.
I think they experimented that fish the biter LaBella Waterford and then they mix the DNA of arson and the biter Nixon together and that little created so yeah I don't even know the name of that fish Leviathan but that's what the super want to know so bye bye awake thumbs up SpongeBob
I think that that colorful was so mad so I was going to like a weekend high speed super sand and it cracked his skull open but it not his girl but his brain was not working well oh I guess what happened and I think that that blow was so heavily wrong that that colorful guide for brain damage and all that building just spell so that's the theory but now
I said that the Dragon was the mama and it was going to protect the baby egg but it didn't succeed so it died away and the Egg I think they they did I'm saying see scientifically b******* it definitely sounds cool with him not wanting all and guess that's the egg is still alive but not half so that's my Siri for now
I think most of the damage the facility took, was from the base collapsing and falling down the cavern and hitting the sea bed.
Because it does mention that it was originally settled in a much higher section than what it is now. Obviously not holding at the surface of the water but about 600 - 500 Meters deep? I mean the fact that they re-enforced it so much to prepare in case anything were to smash into it, means they probably weren't preparing it for water pressure as much. Which also means they probably didn't build the base very deep. Why would you build your base extremely deep in the water if you all-ready had to use a massive amount of materials just making it VERY defensive in case of an attack? Surely if you wanted to save on materials, you would build your base on a high-section of the sea bed, so you don't have to waste extra materials on seal-proofing it from water pressure too.
Keep in mind I thought of half of this theory WHILE I was typing it. Plus I'm not a theorist or a mega fan of this game, so don't expect me to know ALL the details of the game. So don't be mean and de-bunk it in a way as if I'm an idiot.
I have a theory it mentioned that there were seven eggs what if all 7 of the Leviathem moms attacked at once.Think about it what if all seven attacked at once then it will cause serious damage.They do say that there is more strength in numbers.
It's possible that the dragon got lucky and hit the base in a crucial spot which caused multiple explosions inside. If you look at the damage to the base, the walls look like they exploded outwards. If the dragon had hit the base multiple times, the walls would be dented inwards.
I think the massive cage with the other massive creature might have held the other sea emperor.and It would have kept ramming the cage then got out and started ramming the building to get the egg because when you go to the massive cage you can see the weird egg.
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