2 : A Meeting Of Humans And Monsters
Meanwhile, in Tempest, the meeting between monsters' and foreign leaders begins. The new arrivals express shock at Veldora's revival, with Fuze in particular fainting. Gazel and Erald request a private talk with Rimuru, placing the meeting on hold. After Rimuru explains the events leading up to now, Erald takes responsibility for his nation being involved in the creation of a demon lord (Eden's fairytale), and promises friendly relations with Tempest. The three fabricate a story on the Falmuth army's disappearance to feed the public. The break ends, and the meeting is resumed. The awake Fuze is shocked when he hears Rimuru fought Hinata Sakaguchi. They continue discussing the topic a bit longer as Rimuru begins to wonder who sold him out to Hinata, and from the circle of people that know of his history with Shizu, only Yuuki comes to mind. Raphael reaffirms this suspicion. Rimuru is snapped back to reality by Shion and Diablo's bickering and puts a stop to it.
2 : A Meeting of Humans and Monsters
This game is set during the year 1969 (10 years after the original game) and begins with a Soviet KGB slide show meeting showing that the main character from Destroy All Humans!, Cryptosporidium-137, is suddenly deceased for unknown reasons. His clone, Cryptosporidium-138 (Crypto for short), made of more pure Furon DNA, is now taking his place and continuing to pose as the President of the United States. KGB intelligence reveals that Crypto-138 is the first and only Furon to have genitalia, referred to only as "The Package". Seeing the Furons as a threat to the Soviet Union, the KGB destroy the Furon mothership with a nuclear missile.
On the Moon, Crypto discovers that Project Solaris is a Blisk superweapon designed to bombard the Earth with Blisk spores and radiation, granting the Blisk control of Earth as their new irradiated, water-logged homeworld. Using his ability to "body snatch", Crypto disguises himself as Soviet cosmonaut Leonid, the head scientist on the Moon, and convinces the rest of the humans to go to war with the Blisk. Then Crypto manages to sabotage the weapon's firing mechanism. Upon doing so, Milenkov confronts Crypto. He then reveals that ever since the Blisk crashed, they have been controlling the Government of the Soviet Union, each Premier before him had been a Blisk, and they were responsible for several world crises; including the Cold War. After their conversation, Milenkov leaves. Crypto and Natalya battle for their various species to save the Earth by attacking and successfully destroying the Blisk Hive Mind with the O.M.G.W.T.F. virus Pox developed in his lab, but Milenkov appears and fatally shoots Natalya in the back. He then reveals his true form, a heavily armored blisk. After defeating Milenkov, Crypto relaxes in his flying saucer while Pox appears on the video monitor, congratulating Crypto and eagerly anticipating his newly cloned body. He has detected activity in the emergency cloning lab. He questions Crypto about it, then realizes that Crypto has cloned Natalya, and is extremely infuriated by this and begins yelling at him, just before Crypto abruptly shuts off the video monitor mid-sentence. Lying next to him, Natalya awakens briefly and favors Crypto with a smile and an invitation to wake her when he's ready for "re-entry". As the game ends, Crypto leers at the player and admits to having made "a few adjustments".
Crypto can now body snatch humans, using them as a disguise. New weapons are unlocked by finding data cores ejected from the mothership before it was destroyed. New saucer landing points are unlocked by completing the challenges of the ancient Furon god Arkvoodle. The player is now able to call their saucer from an empty landing site in order to eliminate backtracking, and the UFO can now cloak for limited periods of time. The Abducto Beam now actually abducts humans into the UFO for usage in the Gene Blender, which upgrades Crypto's abilities. In addition, the Jetpack now has a longer-lasting battery. Crypto also gains new abilities: the "Free Love" ability momentarily forces his victims to groove to psychedelic music, thus making them forget they saw him, and the "Mind Flash" ability mentally stuns everyone in the world for a brief period of time. 
There are 5 new weapons: the Dislocator, which shoots levitating purple disks that take targets with them; the Meteor Strike, which fires up to 3 meteors at the crosshairs; Gastro--the mother ship's former janitor who, like Pox, uploaded himself into a hologram--who shoots at nearby enemies before self-destructing; the Burrow Beast, which shoots out a lure for a giant space worm to crawl around, eating nearby humans; and the Anti-Gravity Field, which creates a small point of high gravity, pulling anything nearby--including humans--into it before exploding.
Starting in the Ruins, the protagonist repeatedly triggers encounters to kill all monsters. This is similar to level-grinding, which is quickly earning experience points in other RPGs. After killing all monsters in an area, encounters still occur, but monsters do not appear. In a font size smaller than usual, the battle text reads "But nobody came.", which can also occur in a Neutral Route after killing all monsters in an area. This also changes the SAVE Point text to only state "Determination." instead of the usual lines.
If the protagonist stops meeting the requirements for a Genocide Route at any point, they revert to a Neutral Route where the unaltered soundtrack plays. NPCs still occur in the region where the protagonist aborted the Genocide Route.
Kill counters for different areas have different requirements. If certain events are triggered before clearing an area completely of monsters, the protagonist is automatically sent back to the Neutral Route. For example, if Papyrus's battle is initiated without exhausting the Snowdin kill counter, the cutscene proceeds as if on the Neutral Route. Even if the protagonist is captured and then goes back to finish off the last monsters, re-fighting Papyrus still proceeds as on the Neutral Route. Once a Genocide Route is aborted, it cannot be returned to without reloading to a SAVE before it was aborted or resetting entirely.
Exendin-4 is in many ways similar to the human hormone GLP-1, which increases insulin production in the pancreas. The lack of naturally occurring GLP-1 in humans is one of the causes of type 2 diabetes.
For all that talk about humanity, though, the show really centers around creatures rather than people. Expect the return of hormone monsters Maury (Kroll), Mona (Thandiwe Newton), Connie (Maya Rudolph) and Gavin (Bobby Cannavale); lovebugs Emmy (Aidy Bryant), Rochelle (Keke Palmer), Sonya (Pamela Adlon) and Walter (Brandon Kyle Goodman); and familiar faces Simon Sex (Jemaine Clement), Pete the Logic Rock (Randall Park), Tito the Anxiety Mosquito (Maria Bamford) and the Shame Wizard (David Thewlis).
At the Hero Association, the staff discusses the sudden monster attack and their quick disappearance. Rabbit, Meat Pounder, and Ironet are sent to defeat Marshall Gorilla, but Zombieman offers to go instead. Zombieman observes Marshall Gorilla and notices somebody approaching him. Marshall Gorilla meets Armored Gorilla and was shocked to figure out that Armored Gorilla "sided" with the humans. Marshall Gorilla attacks him with his knife, only for it to break on Armored Gorilla, who proceeds to defeat him in one blow. Watching this altercation, Zombieman decided to follow Armored Gorilla instead.
At the Hero Association HQ, a staff member bursts into the conference room with a message from the Monster Association. It is revealed that the staff member is the host of a parasitic monster. Gyoro Gyoro asks the executives through the staff member not to attack their living area and wishes to have a co-existing society between monsters and humans. However, this is all just a ploy as Destrochloridium kills one of the executives. Gyoro Gyoro proceeds to reveal their real intent which is a war between the groups with their very best. Superalloy Darkshine arrives in time and effortlessly kills Destrochloridium.
Meanwhile, at the Monster Association HQ, the monsters discuss their plan. Awakened Cockroach is eaten by Orochi for losing to Genos and to assert his authority. Do-S was also at risk of being killed but is spared for her abilities.
Genos is fully repaired by Dr. Kuseno, who spent the whole night fixing him. Genos thanks him for his efforts and states he will never lose again, to which Dr. Kuseno tells Genos to be careful and not do anything reckless. The Monster Association leaks the information to the public media about the captured hostage and the announced war between them and the Hero Association, and fear spreads among the public. Metal Knight is discussing with Child Emperor about a proposed plan to destroy the Monster Association hideout by killing all the monsters, including the hostage, but as the idea was rejected by the Hero Association, Metal Knight refused to join the mission, much to Child Emperor's annoyance. As the news spread, many monsters decide to join the Monster Association and head towards their hideout, only to be killed by Saitama, who was late for the garbage truck.
Before Genos could use his Incineration Cannons on Garou again, Bang kicks Garou. Bang confronts Garou, while Bomb deals with the Monster Association monsters. The former master and student take their respective stances before finally initiating their fight. As Garou is pummeled rapidly by Bang, Garou tries to counter-attack against his former teacher but his efforts are in vain due to his weakened state and their difference in Water Stream Rock Smashing Fist mastery. Knowing that he cannot win, he attempts to escape and uses Death Gatling's unconscious body as a meat shield to cover his escape. However, Bomb intercepts him and kicks him in the face toward the group of remaining monsters, causing the monsters to be shredded by Bomb's razor-sharp Whirlwind Iron Cutting Fist. 041b061a72