“Diplomacy and working with others is always the way forward, as is co-operation.”
- - Valzo
The Galot were originally split from the Galotian genes. With many Galot cells spread out on their new world, the Galot evolved as any race did with no recollection of their origins as a genetically engineered species. As such, the Galot expanded to the space stage, through diplomatic sharing of ideas to reach new technological heights, without the intervention of any other race. Unlike the Galotians, the Galot had not been enslaved by Ottzel.
The Perils of Ottzello hit the Galot Republic hard. During the First Ottzello Galactic War, the Galot Republic was forced to add in other species, such as the Inalton, to their ranks in order to fight against the Loron. Many Galot worlds suffered heavily, as Galot lifestyle was hit by the invasions. The Delpha Coalition of Planets allowed the Galot to take some time out briefly, though this did not last long.
During the Second Ottzello Galactic War, the Galot formed United Nations of Ottzello, an alliance of all Ottzeloans who wished to survive. They failed to survive against the Kralgon Invasion Force and were forced to go into hiding, while half were assimilated into the DCP. At some point on in the Third Ottzello Galactic War, 15% of these now prospering Galot returned to UNO, bringing more advanced technology based on that of the Grimbolsaurians.
After the war, the Unified Nation of Ottzello was formed, and the Galot were placed as a major member, being in charge of diplomacy, with Valzo as one of UNOL. During the Second Borealis Galactic War, when UNO learned of the Galot's history as half of the Galotians, the nation immediately changed the biology of all Galot using nanotechnology to re-engineer them, meaning that the Galot became extinct and now lived within their new bodies.
Galot have an amphibian and robust physique. Although the Galot do not make the heaviest of lifters or the strongest of soldiers, they can be very fast and flexible, as well as being excellent swimmers.
The Galot are an incredibly friendly species, and can sympathise with any race. Their activities include gaming, football and card games. They are very civilised. they constantly go to Entertainment Halls after their jobs, where they enjoy music and cinema.
Galot abilities have typically come in the form of entertainment and diplomatic skills. Their skills at reading into the psychology of other species have also made them famous among Ottzello.
Galot lifestyle is very civilized and peaceful. The Galot often live peacefully with well-structured family lives, having many positive influences on UNO's society. This is in stark contrast to much of Ottzello, which is typically a much harsher living, either because of stricter laws or because of worse conditions.
Galot habits can vary widely. Many prefer to live in large, luxurious cities, while others live in much more rural environments closer to nature. Rural Galot environments are often small, wooden villages with only a little electricity running into them. Larger Galot cities are often clean and bustling metropolises.
As all UNO members have a grown electronic attachment with their in-body generators, the Galot's attachment is in their mind; it is a translator, which accesses local networks to learn the languages. The translator means that the Galot's sound signals in his/her brain are deciphered by the brain differently, so a Galot hears a voice in his/her own language. If not, the translator simply adds artifical soundwaves instead so the Galot still hears a voice in their own tongue. The attachment feeds the language info from the network, and The System alters nerves and other brain parts to make translation possible.
Galot mostly use vehicles from their allies. They have not contributed heavily to Ottzello's vehicle industry, as it has not typically been their strong point. The Galot are often very environment-friendly, and have as such historically opposed using vehicles frequently.
Galot contribution to devices has typically come in the form of mobile telecommunications.
Galot hand weapons are poor, as they have often opposed the idea that any form of weapons should be used. Many Galot have developed superweapons as peace deterrents, though this has become increasingly rare.
“The Galot are amazing. I liked them from the start. They're a great ally!”
“A humble mortal has immortal potential. These beings could mean eternal peace. At least for them.”
- - Khazurhal Draguros
“The Galot have proven to be good allies! They are helping us fight the Nanohorde, and are in a similar technological level to our own, and know what we mean when we try to explain our technology.”
- - Emperor Wormulus II of the Delpha Coalition of Planets
“They seem like the perfect slave race to us!!”
- - Lordess Nix, Queen of the Zazane
“Dey is losas now. Dey shud go ta hell.”
- - Loron
“Mortals that shall inevitably aid the progress of this immortal process-become a piece of an everenduring tale”
- - Ravenrii
“Who are those one-eyed fellas? They seem friendly, they might be a good ally. Only if they were at the Back Arm...”
- - A Yuukai scientist
“W00t, the Galot are so awesome But also funny looking.”
“Uh, I don't know what to say. The Galot's technology is just, amazing.”
- - Juslan
“Well well well. Some more social eggheads, eh? Us nomads don't have liking for little boxbrains. Unless, they have helpful tips with 'em. So-HEY THIS IS CAPTAIN DOODERS SPEAKING! I'D LIKE TO SAY THAT-Oops.”
“The Galot look weird and seem kookoo, but are friendly. My plans are to wait. My people are a bit kookoo themselves right now, with silly ideas of putting a hardhat on one and sending him to space with a rocket-propelled toilet. *sigh*”