Ok, enough of that. Gabacci are snake-like creatures with wings and large, rock hard skulls. They're quite fascinating really, especially their hives. All Gabacci have a role to play in their hives, whether it be worker, scout or mother. At the top of the ladder sit the hive lords; huge Gabacci who work together to run the hive. There are usually five to seven hive lords in a hive, depending on the size. Gabacci are social creatures, so life in a hive is very much like being part of one huge family. Gabacci will often bring food back for the hive, though they also go out to feed themselves. As for mating, the process is simple. A female Gabacci sets her sights on a male and will usually never pick another mate. If the male is the least bit attracted to the female, they will become mates. Hive lords also hunt and mate, though there is always one lord who will stay back while the others hunt. The hive needs leadership after all.
Gabacci are respected predators in most food chains. There are very few creatures who will prey on a Gabacci, and even fewer who would even dream of taking on a hive lord. The most common danger to a lone Gabacci is the ridiculously persistent Gasdur who will remember a Gabacci that got away and chase it until one of them is dead.