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Hmm...if any of you are into the UFO thing, they've noted that the "standard" (or most commonly seen) alien looks like a miniature grey person without a nose and big eyes. They've been dubbed "Greys". Connection? Coincidence?

Considering that the areas where the Chimera have completely conquered are called Gray Territories, neither. -LeoLab 15:18, 7 June 2009 (UTC)

Grey or Gray tech?[]

I know that the English and the American English of the word Gray/Grey Tech is interchangeable and worked out entirely in use in the US and the UK, and the Commonwealth, but "Gray" Tech is the official word we're using here.--Drgyen 00:44, March 25, 2011 (UTC)

Well, Burning Skies says "Grey" at all times, so I've added a note to that effect. I've no idea why a game made in America by Americans uses British English spellings unless they've localised it, and if that's the case why would they change the spellings on an intel document written by an American to be in British English? Evil Tim 17:44, June 5, 2012 (UTC)

Something else[]

If the gray tech, which was built MILLIONS of years ago,is FAR more advanced than Chimera, which Chimera are far more advanced than us, even in 21th Century, then the race that MILLIONS of years ago was far more advanced than Chimera, then in 1564, how advanced can they be??????????--+Connnoisseur

Why in f***ing in 1564 C? And work on your writing.--Drgyen 18:32, July 9, 2011 (UTC)