Eddie Morales was a member of the Gunnison County Sheriff's Office in Gunnison, Colorado. He became involved in the Xenomorph outbreak that ultimately led to the destruction of the town in 2004.

Morales was killed, along with many other survivors, when Colonel Stevens elected to destroy Gunnison with a tactical nuclear strike rather than risk the infestation spreading.


Normal life[]

As a town sheriff, Morales is controversial because, for a while in his past, he was a troublemaker. He also had a good relationship with Dallas Howard, whom he greeted when he returned to Gunnison after serving prison time, but also showed a small grudge towards him at some times. He also informed him that his brother Ricky had problems that could not be ignored. Later he was responsible for the fruitless searching of Buddy and Sam Benson not knowing they had been killed by Xenomorphs. He later found Deputy Ray Adams, who also participated in the search, skinned alive, not knowing he was killed by Wolf.

Xenomorph Outbreak[]

He was with Dallas when the Xenomorphs later started to spread throughout the town, and met up with Dallas' brother Ricky and his friends after they asked for help. He also decided to evacuate the town and call the National Guard for help. Realizing the unknown mortal danger they were all in, he agreed with Dallas' intentions to arm themselves with lethal weapons while other survivors joined them. During this event he found out through radio transmissions how the National Guard troops were quickly slaughtered by the Xenomorphs, an event they all were able to see later for themselves.

Later Morales joined another group of survivors waiting for a rescue, and tried to persuade the others to join them at the airlift point in the center of the town, when he received orders from the army to go there for the evacuation. All but one, however, disagreed with his intentions and decided to leave the town right away.


After that they both went with the others to the airlift point and waited there for the rescue while being there attacked by the Xenomorphs. Morales died there when the nuclear bomb was later dropped on the town, along with the other survivors, Wolf, any remaining Xenomorphs and the Predalien.

Personality and Traits[]

Eddie is shown to be a by the book cop first and foremost, which stemmed from a turn of events which inspired him to move on from his troublemaking days. In addition of critical thinking towards troublemakers and the idea of resorting to do something which he doesn't condone by the law (displaying misgivings towards Dallas for the latter's crime record and begrudgingly agreed with his idea of breaking into a gun shop just to arm themselves and their fellow survivors), such a mindset unfortunately made him putting too much faith in governmental officials as he refused to hear Kelly's argument regarding the plan to reach the supposed airlift point and that she knew better about the army prioritizing containment of the outbreak over rescuing civilians.


Sheriff Morales carried a 2nd Generation Glock 17 as his law enforcement sidearm. In his Chevy Suburban, Morales kept a Remington 870 with extended magazine tube, heat shield, and SureFire forend as his patrol shotgun, which he used against Xenomorphs later in the infestation.




  1. Morales' actor's (John Ortiz) height is 5ft 7 (170.2 cm), so that is also how tall Morales would have been.
  2. Shane Salerno (writer), The Brothers Strause (directors). Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (2007), 20th Century Fox [DVD].
  3. Paul W. S. Anderson (writer and director). Alien vs. Predator (2004), 20th Century Fox [DVD].