I have this very W.I.P story about an non-governmental organization that wants to send out people to make peaceful first contact(not technically first contact but they do not know that) with sapient wienerroaches, German wienerroaches to be exact.
Anyway, they need to shrink them down to around 1 inch(1/72 of their normal size) in order for them to properly interact and be respectful.
To make a long story short, they, spoilers, turn out not to be so friendly, and end up slaughtering like 21 of the 28 people they sent out, heck, one literally slapped the head off the dude that went for a handshake.
It makes for a cool/creepy scene, but I was wondering if the massacre would mostly likely turn out that way 'realistically', and if I should maybe leave or even have more survivors.
Here is some context:
>The humans and whatever else is shrunk down retain their equivalent stats(strength, speed, durability) when shrunk. Square-Cube Law does not negatively or positively affect them
>They are 50/50 adult men and women
>The humans have no weapons. The roaches do, but in this case this one is unarmed
>They have shrunken vehicles(a car, cargo van, and a motorcycle) and are relatively near them
>Most of the roaches are pretty much physically the same as a German wienerroach except they are a bit taller maybe, around an inch and they have 'hands' now. They pretty much keep their stats from current living German wienerroaches(some can fly, but not this one)
>Mentally, the roaches are as smart as average human
Also, as stated in the first bit of context, the bad/good effects of Square-Cube Law is not in play, please do not bring it up.