By the Saturday game, which falls on Nov. 3, 2016 in game canon, all of you who were kidnapped by Hydra should have seen Dr. Rott and be into their brood transitions. If you didn't get the chance to play or write out the implantation of the brood eggs, you can just imply it was done.
The newly-transformed Brood will get its first public exercise in the July 27 game, and if your character is a brood, you can play this new buggy incarnation of your character in that game, and from here until the end of the plot.
Now, for a few pointers on playing a brood:
- You can't really talk or effectively communicate with non-brood... though you may hiss a few words here and there. Think of ways to communicate non-verbally.
- You retain your mutant powers, though they can be subtly altered if you like for variety. Additionally, you're now essentially a giant mutant bug.
You can fly, scuttle across the ceiling, and generally be a bug!
- Your character's rational human mind has been overwritten by the hive-mind mentality of an insect swarm. You can have occasional flashes of self-awareness of the horrible situation you're in, or very brief recognition of people or places.
- Dr. Rott and Viper have been subjecting you to conditioning training, likely aided by some hefty experimental drugs, and they have used Jessica Drew and her pheromones to attempt to control your actions.
Additionally, a couple of brood can be captured by the X-Men by the end of the game and taken back to the mansion for proddings from the school doctors. If you're interested, let us know if there are still openings for this.