Some 200 years after the events on Fiorina "Fury" 161, military scientists on the deep space vessel Auriga successfully create a clone of Ellen Ripley, using DNA from blood samples taken before her death.
They extract from her the embryo of an Alien Queen that had been growing inside her at the time of her death, and raise it to collect its eggs for further use.
are costumes in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and are an integral part of the Schema system.
One feature allows players to change the garments' color via a color wheel in a customization menu.
As for the poor corpse of Polyneices, however, they say that an edict has been published to the townsmen that no one shall bury him or mourn him, but instead leave him unwept, unentombed, for the birds a pleasing store  as they look to satisfy their hunger.
Such, it is said, is the edict that the good Creon has laid down for you and for me—yes, for me—and it is said that he is coming here to proclaim it for the certain knowledge of those who do not already know.
There is nothing—no pain, no ruin,  no shame, nor dishonor—that I have not seen in your sufferings and mine. Or does it escape you that  evils from our enemies are on the march against our friends? Has not Creon destined our brothers, the one to honored burial, the other to unburied shame?
And now what is this new edict that they say the general has just decreed to all the city? Eteocles, they say, with due observance of right and custom, he has laid in the earth  for his honor among the dead below.
Written by Joss Whedon, the film deals with a clone of Ellen Ripley created on board the United Systems Military vessel Auriga some 200 years after the events of the previous instalment, so that the Xenomorph Queen that was gestating inside her at the time of her death can be surgically removed from her body.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times felt "there is not a single shot in the movie to fill one with wonder", while Desson Thomson of The Washington Post said the film "satisfactorily recycles the great surprises that made the first movie so powerful".
Alien Resurrection is a 1997 science fiction action thriller film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and starring Sigourney Weaver, Winona Ryder, Ron Perlman, Dan Hedaya, J. Alien Resurrection was released on November 26, 1997 and received mixed reviews from film critics.
When the resultant Aliens escape their enclosures, the Ripley clone and a group of mercenaries attempt to escape and destroy the Auriga before it reaches its destination — Earth.
The garb the player has set as default is the one Lightning wears on the field (sans pre-rendered video scenes).