|First Appearance:||My House, From Here|
|Equipment and Vehicles:||Needler, Beam Rifle, Prowler|
- "Hey, do you want to tell the big group of deadly aliens that they're mistaken and he's not who they think he is?"
- —Tucker in For Those of You Just Joining Us
The Religious Aliens are a group of religious Elites that worship the Forerunner artifacts in the Ancient Alien Temples. It is unknown if or how the Aliens relate to the Blue Alien or the Green Alien that appeared during the Blood Gulch Chronicles.
Role in PlotEdit
When Caboose, Grif, and Sarge arrive at the desert, they meet the Aliens and their human companion C.T. The Aliens and their human companions were posing as an alien/human joint research team. After the Aliens and their human companions hold Caboose, Grif, and Sarge at gunpoint, Tucker attacked and rescued his old "friends".
They ran into the temple and sealed themselves inside to hide. Later on, C.T.'s humans and Smith's Aliens infiltrate the temple and surround Sarge, Grif, Caboose, and Tucker. Epsilon arrives in his new Monitor body, so C.T ordered Jones to deactivate him, which he did. Angered by this, Smith ordered the Aliens to open fire on all the humans. After C.T. kidnaps Epsilon, the Aliens chase him in a Prowler. C.T. rammed and destroyed the Prowler and knocking out Smith.
At the beginning of Revelation, the Aliens begin following Epsilon as if he were a religious prophet. When Epsilon leaves to follow the Reds however, the Aliens attack Caboose. Epsilon leaves the desert a second time, but this time, the Aliens attack Tucker. After Tucker escapes, Washington, Meta, and Doc arrive. Using Doc as a translator, the Aliens were told to draw a map, which instead they illustrate a picture diplaying the phrase "Humens Suk" and "Shisno". As a result, the two ex-Freelancer agents attack and kill the Aliens.
- The Religious Aliens have a similar aggressive disposition as the Aliens from the Red vs. Blue spin-off series Grifball: Expansion.
- In a deleted scene from Revelation however, it is revealed via subtitles that the Aliens are actually socially refined and peaceful, attempting to form an alliance with humanity, only to have their efforts misinterpreted as aggression by humans.
- Although the Religious Aliens don't speak the language, they are the first aliens to make use of the English language to communicate with humans, as shown when one of them writes a poorly spelled insult aimed at Wash, the Meta and Doc in the sand.
|Alien · Junior · Great Retriever · Smith · Religious Aliens · Huragok · Santa · Cherry|
|V.I.C. (ε) · Frank DuFresne (ε) · Andrew D. Kaboom (ε) · Alien · Great Retriever · Smith |
Religious Aliens · Cyclops · Santa · Spencer Porkensenson · Johanson · Boomstick · Wiz