No, I don't buy that for a second. I still stand firmly by every point I made, so I guess I will have to explain them again. I'll tailor it as a response to yours, @whipping post Yes, that codex exists, but that doesn't mean that every atomic-like ruin belonged to a more advanced glitch. The furniture being different is an argument. The two different sets of furniture are designed to suit two different kinds of lifeforms. Hell, you can't even call Glitch lifeforms, they are just sentient machines. I make the furniture differences an argument because the Stylish set is cushioned, and more importantly, soft. Glitch do not benefit from soft furniture because of their hard metal bodies, which is why all Glitch furniture we are used to is solid hard wood. Hell, the Glitch bed is just a table with sheets and a pillow but over it. The Glitch use hard furniture because it doesn't negatively affect them. My last point here, advanced or not, Glitch, or should I say sentient machines because we don't know what the Doomed Glitch were called, are still machines. The "biological" differences between them are about as different between a Human from the space age as the medieval age. I still believe that Deadbeats were the original inhabitants of Scorched worlds, just as Fenerox are the original inhabitants of Arid worlds. You are making the assumption that because the Deadbeats use the Human base that they are human. I guess according to that logic that all Agarans are secretly Florans. Deadbeats are blue skinned with horns, but any other racial details are up for interpretation because the pixels may not make it clear, such as "Is that a beard, or a mask?". Yes, Deadbeat can mean Homeless. I think I would be a Deadbeat, a Bandit, or likewise miscreant if my home got blown to smithereens by the end of the world. They are homeless, because their homes got destroyed when their world ended, now they just scrap together what resources are left and huddle in what few structures are still standing. They make a lot of traps and the like because they want to protect resources they have. those resources are beyond valuable because they are all of what is left. And finally, yes, they do live in the buildings, they spawn in them, afterall. Again, completely using the codex to support how few human colonists there are out there. Do these look like "Colonists" to you? No, these are survivors, scavengers, Deadbeats. I should hope that when I think of colonization of foreign worlds that it should be something more to what we are familiar with. One example of what I think of colonization is the plague levels, especially the second one in the Starcraft II Wings of Liberty campaign. Also, WHY THE HELL WOULD YOU "COLONIZE" A DYING WORLD??? You continue basing your argument on the idea that Deadbeats are just Humans in blue skin suits with horns. Do I need to make the Agaran/Floran comparison again? What you are not taking into mind is how furniture is designed, why people colonize planets, and the assumption that Deadbeats are Humans because that is how Chuckiefisk decided to create them, is using a set as a short-cut. Btw, did you know that the Shadow People are also actually Humans in a set? Are you going to make the same assumption that Shadow People are just Humans affected by some horrible Shadow Plague, or maybe that they are the lost souls of the Humans that died in space?