As we know, aliens had inherited memory as seen in this review:
Ripley's genes are all right too: They allow her reconstituted form to retain all her old memories, as if cookie dough could remember what a gingerbread man looked like. — Roger Ebert's review of Alien Resurrection
Now if i implement aliens in my D&D 3.5e campaign setting, would an alien get all experience of ancestors when get spawned as a chestburster and grows full?
I know the only alien type that can produce another alien is a queen alien. If first queen's experince gives an extra 10-class level to her, then its offspring queens get all those experience too?.(10-class level is an extra to the natural hit-dice of queen(10d6))
Can we say that 3rd queen has 3x experience of the first queen?
Then each new queen alien will be much more unstoppable. What could i add to balance this? Starting from zero-experince and add the "waiting" experience as alien grows in natural hit-dices?
Also the drone, runner and praetorians would be stronger than before as inherited from newer queens.
Most importantly, if victim is a level-20 rogue + level-20 fighter, then would the final alien from this victim be a demi-god? (also an alien produced in tarrasque would be something epic)