For some Zergs, surgery is not important. Zergs that go to war, for example, wear imperfections of their colour with pride. The scars of battle that have darkened the hue beyond perfection. Zergs fawn over these war heros, when they return from battle, admiring their scars. I have no such excuse. I only guard the Drones. Hardly anything happens to Drones. All my 'friends' have near perfect hues. I'm still far away from perfect.
I've had the surgeries. Still no where close. I feel like other Zergs look at me... in disgust? Or is it pity? I don't have the courage to find out. Sometimes I feel like I'll never attain the perfect hue.
It's genetic isn't it? Those Zerg born from good larvae get good hues. Those Zerg born from okay larvae get okay hues. I must have been born from a really bad larvae. No matter how many minerals and vespene gas I pay 'professionals' it never seems to be enough. They assure me next visit I'll be beautiful. Then next visit they say the same thing. Always another delay. Forever delaying. How many more weeks will this add before I can retire, doc? I know you love to remind me every time I visit, at least 20 times. His services are expensive.
Sometimes I don't trust these professionals. What do they really know? They haven't 'fixed' me yet. Do I really need to be fixed? Oh I know no other Zergs will accept me until I'm an acceptable hue, but what do they really know? Maybe I don't care anymore. Maybe I was naive and stupid when I first decided I wanted to fix my hue. Pressured in my youth to fix something that wasn't really broken. Even if it is broken, will altering me superficially relinquish my offspring of such genetic despair? Oh right, I'm a Zergling, I don't have offspring.