An excerpt from: Theories on Ecological Exchange Vol. 218” by the Astromon Academy:
“Wether Astromon of different elements should be considered part of separate biological families is a topic of much debate. The off-cited example of Becomes suggest this type of astral energy within an Astromon manifests itself to an extent in the Astromon’s appearance and manner…”
(cont’d) “These demonstrable differences have led tot he conclusion that it is not unreasonable to categories Astromons into different families based on nature of they astral energy..”
(cont’d) According to some reports, one master was said to have bred a light-elemental Bumbling hive, but not official record has ever been found of such. Knowledge of the location of these Astromons’ hives or habitats is famously hard to come by, with discovery of such near-imposable for human…”
An insect Astromon that collects honey from trees and flowers. These Astromons live in hive centered around a single Bumbleking, and will attack any intruders relentlessly with spears made of beeswax.
From worker, Becomes evolve into Honeybarbs that excel at keeping the hive safe. Their poison-tipped spears paralyze does for an extended period of time.
The final form of a Become. Only a single Bumbleking lives in a hive, and they are the only ones who can reproduce. Should a hive’s Bumbleking die or become otherwise incapacitated, the most experienced Honeybarb among them evolves into the next Bumbleking.