Rolled 61 (1d100)Last time as male MC we built a pet, did a lot of research for the sake of getting into a highly guarded course, and then finally managed to do so. Sadly not before getting ripped off by an AI and accidentally hitting on our new teacher who turned out to already have a boyfriend who was a student of hers...That last part especially hurt.To add insult to injury we at the same time embarrassed ourselves immensely in front of others. So to make ourselves feel better and try to forget you went SHOPPING! So now our MC is once more on the path to being an admiral and hopefully one day getting payback on his bitch of an elder sister. Hopefully this time being actually closer to achieving the objectives in question.So welcome to the fantastic sci fi where things are awesome in all the right and wrong ways.
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>42564004Ah I forgot to include the options how silly of me.What do?>Go to class>Go to personal space station>Go Shopping>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>42564041>OtherLet us hunt down some better info and tools to be ready for the new class. We may even find some people/new friends we can work with. So we need things on hacking, AI and robot building. New age Hobby Lobby so work, then we can move from there.... hm really I just want to get us some homies. We can't forget to build up social links. Friends we can count on later in life would be grand. No we can't just build them. That would be kind of sad.
Goddamnit, did the last thread die? SPent all of last night bumping it.
Also guys. . .I think I have something of a plan on how we can escape the lobotomy our sister put on us.As long as we're in our body, we will forever be limited by that.But. . .what if there were a way we could escape our body?If we were to become proficient enough in computer engineering, we could theoretically create sometihg of a digital world, a matrix, or a grid if you will.And if we become exceptionally proficient enough, we could make it so that either we hook our consciousness up to our own personal virtual reality. . .or maybe even download ourselves into one.In that virtual world, we're not bound by the same brain meddling we are here. Under its jurrisdiction. We just might be able to free ourselves, either by hacking and destroying the implants from within. . .or even just abandoning our body altogether. Get smart enough to clone and rebuild a new body in our old image somewhere else in the real world, without the implant. Or even just stay in the grid for a while, and figure out a plan to end our sister, free to think away from her chains.
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>42564303Also voting this. We need connections.Don't be too hard on virtual connections either, we need AI's on our side too.I suggest our next focus for this semester is coming up with ways to get into Volk and the Ziji couple's class, that I think we can do if we put our passion into a science, fulfilling both requirements. Mabye upgrade little Buddy into something cool, or go on a quest to grant him AI. That might be possible next semsester, however long away that is.
>>42565167What I meant by that is we shouldn't just make AI friends. Granted we are working on that, but we need people as well.I'm kind of a fan of those two lovers. I think they may have some kind of tag team teaching that could be useful.
>>42565317Yeah, we can't rely on AI's alone. We do need actual people. But if we get smart enough, nothing wrong with making a few either.In the least, giving Buddy life would be a good idea. We'll change his name to AI BDE.
>>42565362In honor of our last AI, I would like to give our 'baby' a Human name or pet name. None of the AI this or that. So leaving it Buddy is good for a pet and maybe even an AI.
>>42565513Hmm, too true.
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>42564303Vote
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>42564303This time during our now expanded shopping trip you acquired materials that will aid you in regards to hacking, AI, and robot building. You were able to find it all! Ah the joys that is being filthy rich and capitalism.You also thought about getting some new friends especially given you haven't made any new ones here yet. Haven't seen those from high school in years and the military training was pretty meh.What do?>Keep Shopping>Go to class>Go to personal space station>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>42566009>>Go to classWe can study the new stuff in class and talk with people who seem to like the stuff we do. Maybe even help someone out like a bro.
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>42566140Rollan
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Rolled 87 (1d100)>>42566140Class is attended. You mostly breeze through it as per usual. Honestly your not even sure why you even bother showing up half the time unless its test day. As for people liking stuff you like...guess you could always check out the clubs or ask around. Hobby clubs should easily have people. Sadly many of the people who were interested in what you liked were of the nerdy crowd and more often then not exactly human...except for this one undead guy named Frank but your frankly not entirely sure that is suppose to count.At least you now have some leads.What do?>Go visit the clubs>Go to class>Go to personal space station>Go try to see a professor>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>42566884>Go visit the clubsAll the Techno-Clubs.
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>42567189Rollan
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>42567189Lets' go
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>42567189Vote
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>42567189You decide to visit the clubs...in particular the techno club. You only realized it when the 'music' started. Your not sure whats more disturbing the fact that they have an entire AREA devoted to techno music clubs or that you somehow got that mixed up with your other interests.What do?>Go to clubs>Go shopping>Go to personal space station>Go try to see professor>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>42567455I'm cool with chilling with non humans. "Hi Frank" (I hope he is not a ninja.)
>>42567490Weeeeelp.I was gonna suggest we dance (I mean, we have the title LORD OF DANCE in our name) but this ought to be interesting.
>>42567490You can't tell me what to do dice. Frank and us were gonna be bros, fight evil and shit.What a shame...
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>42567490uhh...lets see here. How am I gonna write this...
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>42567582You know those dreams where you can't escape, but you really want to.
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>42567490"Hi Frank.""I'm not Frank..""Oh there is Frank.""Not frank.""The fuck is goin-""Hello.""FUUCK. Don't sneak up on me like that are some kind of ninja?""...how did you know?""Ohkay guess that explains a lot that happened earlier.""So what is up?""Just chilling.""Hm...chilling with the dead huh?""yup.""Your hardcore.""Not really..."So you decided to chill with Frank the undead ninja and found out just how wrong you are. Chilling out with the (un)dead actually IS a very hardcore activity.After all how can you out chill the dead? So began you desperately wishing you could WAKE UP.Then you found out you weren't sleeping...Then you woke up.Finally you left not entirely sure what the fuck happened. Only that it REALLY isn't a good idea to chill out with the dead when your of the living.What do?>Go home>Go to class>Go to space station>Go shopping>Go see professor>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>42567859Dear Buddy, I had a nightmare. I thank I will agree with someone about dance classes. I will dance away the horror... Yeah.
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>42567859I realize it probably is an extremely bad idea but. . .Frank seems so damn cool, I kinda want to hang out some more.
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>42567971Dancing is fun! Especially Techno-dancing.And chatting up any other nerds.Need those connections.
Rolled 74 (1d100)>>42567978Heh, yeah. I was thinking we learn dance moves and come back to him. The moves will be so fresh it will give some life back to the dead.
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>42568018>>42567971Vote
Rolled 56 (1d100)>>42567971You decide that you need to take some dance classes. As your hoping that doing so will dance the horror away.Hopefully it works and so you end up improving your dancing capabilities which were alright if not good to begin with.What do?>Go home>Go to class>Go to space station>Go shopping>Go see a professor>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>42568416>>Go to space stationLet us get good and improve our ro-bro. Then back to making friends.
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>42568416I think it's time we pursued getting into either Volk or the Ziji's class.Our passion is science! But what we lack is inspiration.I suggest we look around, and see what other science projects of note others have made. Get some ideas flowing in our head to make something unique of our own.We just need a reason for it. Some reason to make science. Yeah there is still Buddy, but we should find out different things we can do.Maybe there is some kind of robot competition? Gladiator combat? Racing? Model war games? Lets find out.
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>42568498>>42568416I vote we look at every single type of Robot competition, club, or related activity.
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>42568530Seconding this
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>42568530Rolling
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>42568530... some many bad rolls, but sure I will change from space base to checking other robots out.
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>42568530THose shitty rolls....I am actually thankful because I don't have much on any of that so if you rolled well i was gonna be screwed.----Well you looked into robots. Besides there being a club and few competitions you oddly enough don't find much. Apparently AI and programming stuff is much more popular here then simple robotics.Kinda disheartening really.What do?>go to class>Go see professor>Go to space station>go home>Go shopping>Switch>Other?
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>42568702>Apparently AI and programming stuffThen let's look at those things!Aw really Genie? How can an awesome school like this NOT have a robot wars type of thing going on somewhere?
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>42568743They do its just the off season when you checked.
Rolled 48 (1d100)>>42568743Vote
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>42568702>>Go see professorThe lovers and the AI.I want to check with the AI on what will be needed for class.
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>42568829Actually, let's do this.
Rolled 60 (1d100)>>42568829Switching my vote to this
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>42568829Alright, we'll do this then.
Rolled 71 (1d100)>>42568829Unfortunately the lovers offices were otherwise 'engaged' if the noises and locked doors were anything to go by. The AI was however available."All you need is yourself and whatever tools you can scrounge up. Of course school facilities will be available but some content is...questionable and other stuff that the school doesn't have would be better. A list will be 'unofficially' sent to the new students each semester with 'recommendations' this isn't including the 'official' list provided of course. Things DO change a bit each semester so I wont bother giving you this semester's list as it will be outdated by the time you join us. I DO believe the professor would have the newer one but good luck getting a hold of that one.""If you wish to see those professorial lovers your best off doing it when only ONE is in the offices otherwise they tend to make themselves...busy."What do?>Class>Space station>Shopping>Switch?>Other?
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>42569126>>ClassThen during lunch we can say hi to frank again.
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>42569126I want to visit the AI and Programming activites, and meet up with fellow enthusiasts
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>42569227This
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>42569227Let's visit the clubs
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>42569227Rolling
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>42569227You decide to visit the AI and programming enthusiasts. interestingly enough VERY few humans are seen working AI while in the programming there are a decent number. However oddly enough you have found that these people...are not extremely good. You yourself tend to be far above most of them in terms of skill with it.Your not sure why this is though but it became abundantly clear.What do?>Class>Space station>Shopping>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>42569598This is the PERFECT opportunity! Somewhere we're actually better at with people, and with shared interest.I vote we do our best to make friends with as many of them as possible, and become active in the club. Maybe given time we can even become something of a leader.We'll help these people with both skills and resources, and in time organize them into something great, and make lifelong connections.Let's meet with the club members, club leaders, and become a part of them.
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>42569743Vote. Let's make friends.
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>42569743Rolling for this
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>42569743You decide to join the clubs and make friends. You try to help out but...for the most part you are just too far out there. Then again this may be due to alien brains. Still though you try with questionable results.The club leaders are leery of you and the members aren't sure what to make of you. Frankly they don't understand why your hanging out with them when you are so far advanced compared to them.What do?>Class>See professor>Go to spacestation>Shopping>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>42570196Let's make them less leery of us, by providing them with helpful tools for learning and AI programming, provided and designed by our Research team. Specifically designed to help them at their level.Yeah, that is a good question, if we're so far ahead why should we hang out or even help them?The reason I think we should is that eventually, there will come a time when we will encounter something far beyond our ability to learn, extremely far ahead.Consider this something of an experiment on understanding the nature of learning, and how to maximize it. How to teach, and how to learn, advanced concepts and methods.Later can apply what we've learned from teaching them to ourselves, allowing us to master stuff far ahead of our own ability when we encounter it. Not to mention we still make friends, which is always a bonus.
Rolled 49 (1d100)>>42570337Sounds good. Don't forget if we teach them it might look good to our teachers. Especially if we can organize something like a "model think tank" of intelligent students all focused on AI and programming.Maybe that will impress Volk.
Rolled 90 (1d100)>>42570337Vote
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>42570337>>42570425This
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>42570337Your request for supplies from the family was denied due to how expensive they would be is the listed reason.Meanwhile you do your best to teach them and honestly you did a fucking amazing job of it! Problem is it just doesn't stick or they just don't get it. You were starting to get irritated at your own and their incapability when you suddenly heard new voice speak out."What the fuck do you think your doing?""...Well just teaching them.""Let me get this straight you a super potential is trying to teach normals and often alien ones at that? What the fuck you some flavor of MAD?""What no of course not.""Then why?""...Because eventually there may come a time that I am in their shoes and I figured this would be good experience to have. Also trying to make friends.""...Fuck why don't you just build some? You'll all be much happier that way trust me on this.""...Its kinda sad to do that though.""Its much worse thinking you can just so easily breakthrough both the ALIEN and super barrier you fucking idiot. Goddamn how is it you had super potential despite being so fucking retarded? To think I had to come down here to deal with such an idiot...fuck. Anyway YOU cannot come back here again got it? Because congratulations you have JUST been recruited to super studies! So stop tormenting these poor bastards already your making me think of your matriarchal elder sister.""I wut? I already got in though and how do you know my elder sister?""Long story lets just say we share a mutual acquaintance. Didn't think the bitch would be right after all. As for you getting in you only got into the baby basics and you weren't yet on the official roster. Now leave these poor bastards alone already lest you desire for all those involved to start suffering from MAD due to your foolishness. If I find you fucking around like this again we are gonna have a problem and you don't want a problem with me. Not even your big sis was that brave or foolish."
>>42570956"Just who the FUCK are you?""Someone you don't want to get on the bad side of. I swear if you weren't my...or this was requested of me i would never have bothered. Now move your ass before I make you wish you still had one.""Fuck fine goddamn. I was just trying to help...""...Fuck your giving me a headache. You DO realize its at best pointless to try help a normal in regards to SUPERIOR shit? Otherwise things like MAD can happen if your not so lucky. That can happen a lot. Its one thing to assist but its a whole nother to try to teach, convert, and other stuff. Now for everyone's sake don't try to drive yourself and others MAD or waste your time with pointless activities. Super time is SUPER valuable you fucking idiot. You think ordinary time is precious for a normal imagine someone like us.""...So i have super potential!?""And here comes the migraine..."What do?>Go home>Go to class>Go see a professor>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>42571128>>Go homeAnd rethink our life. We just wanted friends, even if they were normal people. (I guess we just got to bored and forgot how good we are or how open this school is for people.)Then study up for these new super classes.
Rolled 58 (1d100)>>42571192Rethinking life has seemed to happen an awful lot for this MC. At this rate you turn him into a philosopher.
>>42571192Bored? I don't think so.I think the issue is maybe we're much better doing this solo than with friends. At least we're not having any luck finding friends of our potential at all.Also listen to the guy and maybe we REALLY should consider creating life and constructs rather than trying to make friends with lesser beings. At least then maybe there's a chance they'll be closer to on par with us.>>42571209And the sad thing is that may or may not help us even then. Hah!...this is considerably harder than punching, but at least we feel what he feels.
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>42571128>Go homeIt's time to change strategy.If we cannot FIND friends on our level, why not use that super potential to make one?Buddy sits in our pocket, a fresh mind ready to learn but so crude. I think we stand to upgrade him significantly, into someone we can at least share a decent conversation with.I vote we spend a lot of time upgrading and teaching Buddy new programming, maybe starting with the ability to design and construct robot bodies himself that he can use.If we're so super, then let's prove it by creating a super robot.
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>42571299Why not just go all the way and make Buddy capable of self-learning and cognizance? It's one thing to be able to program a bot to learn, another to have it able to learn and program on its own.
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>42571209The best philosopher ever! Then we will sell books and all kinds of cool things. While hiding the truth of being the best leader of machines and people, hopefully.>>42571249I mean as a character, not us players.The issue is we lacked understanding of the school and assumed somethings. It turns out the school is more open to regular people than just people like us. So we ended up hitting the wrong places.Na we just needed to fine the right group of peers to chill with.
>>42571366I think we should give the robotic/AI creator mastermind a chance.I feel the idea that "making friends is sad" is a huge misnomer. I mean, you're basically creating life and many of these AI's are just about as intelligent and alive as any. definitely morso than most of these aliensOr will you say that Marty wasn't a good friend to have?I'm not advocating becoming a recluse from our fellow students, but I think we're more than capable of making friends, and good friends at that.
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>42571299>>42571365Let's upgrade!
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>42571444I'm down for both. Giving up on people is all I'm trying to avoid with what I said.From the start I wanted some bros to help. I just thought it would be sad to only have ro-bros.
>>42571499>I just thought it would be sad to only have ro-bros.Kek, I'm half expecting when we get to super classes and meet others who actually outrank us, a bunch of them are going to be surrounded by fully created and fleshed out characters, bio-monstrosities, robotic servants and assistants and friends, and AI's.
Rolled 92 (1d100)>>42571299This
I'm finding it hilarious how much of a foil Petyr is to Abigail.Abi is by all means not very knowledgeable or intelligent, not even rich or well statused in society, and yet she's absolutely certain of her actions and goals: Punch shit, kick ass, take names, get loot, and get laid. Singleminded, hardheaded, and stubborn as a mule to get what she wants.Petyr is of a genius intellect part of a highly sophisticated family with exemplary grades. . .who is still struggling even since high-school to figure out a niche for him to fit in. Wondering about his next actions, questioning himself, if this is the right thing to do or that is.Seeing them meet will be. . interesting to say the least.
>>42571299Good thing is we spent a shopping action a few turns ago so we have all the tools and materials for robot and AI and programming for this.
Bump for ROBOT
Rolled 68 (1d100)>>42571299Thanks partly to the newly purchased items you acquired and your decent skills you proceed to start upgrading your pet. Upgraded him quite a bit. Sadly though the programming is still rather lacking but its body is pretty good and its not quite so primitive as before. Not a fullblown AI however but its got a much better body now and you did tinker a bit with its programming.Turns out AI is REALLY complicated after all...and its starting to feel like your missing something. Your not sure what though hopefully those AI classes will be able to reveal it.Probably would of helped to have gone to your private space station to work on it but you believe your home is much more secured from your elder sister that you were willing to make the sacrifice....at the very least you think it has less bugs and people watching you at home.What do?>School>Homework>Shopping>Switch>Other?
>>42572473Really I don't think there is anywhere we can go that will be safe from her, considering the thing in our brain fucking transmits every single action and thought we do.
Rolled 67 (1d100)>>42572473>Other?Finally, a challenge.Something we aren't too good at. AI.Yes, we don't have access to the classes yet, but that doesn't mean we can't do some self-education. Let's put our passion and focus into studying AI or finding out about it as much as possible on our own accord.
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>42572527Huh? iIrc, it just stops us from hurting her directly. >>42572473>Homework
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>42572549Vote. Maybe we offer an AI some more extra memory chips in exchange for teaching us or letting us see its processors.
>>42572595Really? Could have sworn it was much worse than that.Seems curious it would only go that far. Would save her a lot of effort having to "bug" our space station or our house.
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>42572549This
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>42572610I'll back that.
>>42572621I image that kind of shit is near impossible to do. Plus it would be better to just end your self at that point or put the persons brain in a jar.
>>42572650Coming from a mastermind like her, I doubt such a thing would even be a nuissance to accomplish.>Plus it would be better to just end your self at that pointIt is curious. I mean, she could easily have arranged our death with absolutely no hassle at all if we presented a threat, and we did.And yet she chose to just bind us yet allow us to live.
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>42572549>>42572610Supporting these
>>42572694Probably because she really did like us, in some way. She was showing us everything and teaching us. There we lied to her and here we are.
>>42572739Man, I don't even remember what it was we lied about.But if we didn't trust her before, now we never can.
>>42572781Receiving a letter from our big bro about our crazy big sis killing family members off. She just became the head and was removing people. Bro warned us a bit to late and she wanted to test our loyalty.
>>42572840Hmph. If we didn't have a reason to be loyal to her before (I remember now one of the reasons we hid the letter was because we were afraid she'd kill us), now we have every reason to be disloyal.I suppose it will be an interesting arc for Petyr, whether or not we succeed. Settling whether we'll be under her clutches for the rest of our lives, or finally freeing ourselves from her and showing who is the better mastermind. Then we can meet up with Abigail and beginning the War civ proper.Admittedly at the rate we've been masterminding. . .it's gonna take a while.
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>42572927At this rate, defeating big sis will be a quest in and of its own.Both of the protagonists practically have their own quest now.
>>42572956So far the only plan I have is to become proficient at Programming and AI. Build our own protected VR place as enforced from any outside hacks as possible, and figure out a way to upload our consciousness into it.From there we can dispose of our tainted brain and/or body, and hopefully have the resources and know how to make a new one for us. Might have to spend a lot of time working from within a machine for a while in between.
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>42572549>>42572610Supporting this
bump from the dead
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>42572549After realizing you have finally found something your weak at you proceed to throw yourself whole sale at it...sadly your gut instincts were right. There really IS something your missing here and for the life of you can't figure out. Programming the other stuff meanwhile is much MUCH easier.Very little is known about how AI work considering there is special black sites that are used to generate them or you have to rely upon a super. This is for humans though and they only know of a few kinds much less means of AI. The alien meanwhile know or knew of more. Sadly much of what they use humans are incapable of figuring out so far.For the Combine outside of certain exceptions(like supers) most of their AI is collected from alien specie members who are REALLY good at it hence the popular belief the Combine has such fantastic AI. That is believed to even be a bit better then Republic AI on average. This is apparently true as Combine has records available of them testing it out with captured Republic AI and their own in house stock.Many kinds of AI are contained within a black box or core that seem to be very important to the AI. Some others however have something akin to a 'brain' that isn't contained like that however they are all renowned for its astounding complexity as an 'artificial' brain.In general the field that is AI is NOT a simple field at all. Its basically neurology but with machines and robots instead. Saying its complicated subject is putting it very mildly.What do?>School>Homework>Shopping>Space station>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>42582967>SchoolWell if aliens are the ones best at it. I say let's talk to some and pick at there minds.So Genie, just in case, if we talk with aliens we will not go Mad? I ask because of what that person said to us when teaching normal people. Also can we get some warnings on things like that before we make the school crazy? We lack understanding on that kind of effect with in your world.
Rolled 96 (1d100)>>42582967>Other?One day, there's a good chance we'll replace most if not all our fleshy brain with robotic upgrades, while continuing to be the sentient thinking being we are now.We'll be free of our sisters lobotomy, and we'll think at the pace of a computer. . or an AI.If we're going to do that, and if AI involves what is essentially artificial neurology, we ought to start studying the brain too.If we're going to rebuild our brain, and better, let's study up on everything grey matter. Our research team already operated on our head so I'm sure there are some brain surgeons we can talk to, and I'm sure there's plenty of surgical classes we can take.
Rolled 88 (1d100)>>42583585Vote. When we make ourselves a computer/cyborg brain for us, better make sure its a SUPER one. Any old regular brain would be a horrible downgrade.
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>42583452Alien mindset.Alien perspective anon.In this case its LITERAL!If you try to force your way through MAD could very well occur.>>42583585Artificial neurology already exists. A lot of brainware actually uses it.
Rolled 69 (1d100)>>42583673>Artificial neurology already exists. A lot of brainware actually uses it.Which is precisely why we'll have to learn it. How it works, how to make one, and eventually how to make a SUPER one just for us.Only thing better than a super brain is a super computer brain.
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>42583585>>42583709This
Rolled 73 (1d100)>>42583585>Other?Study neurology and artificial neurology
Rolled 49 (1d100)>>42583585You start to study neurology and proceed to enlist into some classes related to the brain as well as surgery next semester.The brain is complicated and much of the artificial neurons is actually just some gene modded grown stuff. There IS some mechanical stuff but that tends to be more...unwieldy and harder to use properly. Body tends not to like such things without the proper safeguards and aren't so easy to specially tailor for someone in particular unlike the biomods.What do?>School>Homework>Home>Spacestation>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>42584540Keep studying until we hit a brick wall or something.Oh, and now is an excellent time to further practice our multitasking. Once again, a camera on one book (maybe Buddy) our eyes on another, and try to read them both at once.If we get really good, let's practice reading three books.
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>42584540>unwieldy and harder to use properly...unwieldy and harder to use properlyMaybe we can be the first to fix that, to impress Dr. Volk.>>42585141Vote.
>>42585172wow, messed up the quote there somehow...
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>42585141Brain science
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>42585141Rolling
Rolled 69 (1d100)>>42585141You ended up hitting a wall and having to quit with the research. Its a complicated field ESPECIALLY given what you were hoping to one day do. Mostly your limit was 2 books at the same time from what you tried. What do?>School>Homework>Home>Spacestation>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>42585555Hey Genie, are our skills and our research facility at the level to try and make a small, artificial organic+synthetic brian? Using a combination of both gene mod grown tissue and cybernetic integration?I was thinking as a science project we could attempt to grow a small artificial brain, and then program it to play chess. Show it to Volk as our personal science project.
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>42585695Hey, I'm all for trying it.
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>42585695Eh easily doable especially with that roll..as for it working on Dr. Volk doubtful. He is considered a hardass for admission into his courses.
>>42585904Easy eh.So what would be hard? Gotta do something that impresses us and the Doc.
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>42585695Why don't we teach it how to make more robo-brains and then link those together in a network into a stronger computer?
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>42586107We can do that, make it an experiment in miniature hivemind as well.
>>42583673I wasn't planning to force us to understand an aliens mind set. I just wanted to talk about AI. If we can't understand then that's fine. I just didn't want you to assume something and make us go mad. >>42583585We don't need to replace our brain. Just suggest somethings to people like our twin.(Come on phone ban, please stop. )
>>42586187>We don't need to replace our brainIt would ulimately be optimal, and help us fulfill our goal of becoming a computer master type hero.We'd have a ton of other bonuses too like having an internal computer we can access 24/7, and we'd be able to hack with our brain.
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>42585695>>42586107>>42586142Supporting this
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>42586107Let's do this
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>42585695Small artificial brain has been constructed and taught how to play chess. When it was shown to Volk however he laughed at your 'pet project' and not in the good way.What do?>School>Homework>Spacestation>Home>Shopping>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>42586812Well, at least we found him.People laughed at Tesla when he tried to promote AC power. So we might as well focus on upgrading what we have until we have something not laughable.Let's keep working on more effective and larger synthetic brains, and integrate what we've learned about programming and AI. Like another anon suggested, teaching them how to make more and link up to combine their computing capacity.
Rolled 31 (1d100)>>42586857Sounds like what the Brood were doing with their brain bugs, I'll support it.
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>42586857Vote
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>42586857Whenever you do anything, do it to the best of your ability.
>>42586258(Huh) I have to say I find your lack of faith in the human brain sad. I like the research for brog or biomechanical machines. Yet the risk of shock from a full brain replacement would not be good. Genie keeps saying we will go mad from understanding aliens brains. What do you think will happen to us when we go to an AI's World?Then there's the worry of people hacking us. Worms and other things. >>42586812... I want to talk with some others about AI please. Picking someone's brain with questions should help.
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>42587099...
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>42586857You are able to easily create larger synthetic brains sadly they DO require more support then the smaller and lonelier ones. As for teaching them to make more...that is easy once you provide the programming and means they do so effectively. Combining them took a little work but soon enough they were sharing their computing capacity.Overall not to difficult if time consuming to set up.>>42587099You'll go mad if you brute force understanding the literal alien mindset and way of thinking.What do?>School>Homework>Space station>Home>Shopping>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>42587143Or should I say you'll LIKELY go MAD if you tried brute forcing. Even non super potentials have the chance of going crazy if they do the same thing.
>>42587099I find your lack of faith in bio-technology just as sad.The brain is already a computer, that uses organic components. If you can upgrade something with superior synthetic components,As for the hacking, it's not as if our organic brain isn't hackable anyway. The difference is we'll be more immune to PSI, and we'll train to be a SUPER hacker.When we get there, we won't fear being hacked, it'll be mofo's trying to get into our mind that'll be shitting their pants.>What do you think will happen to us when we go to an AI's World?Amazing things if we can master it. We're already on the right path with artificial multi-tasking.In essence, I want us to have the full powers of an AI. Right in our noggin.
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>42587143Let's experiment on linking ourselves with the additional thinking capacity of the synthetic brains, and combining it with multi-tasking. Use their processing power to boost our own cognitive abilities.
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>42587325Sure
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>42587325More thinking equals more SCIENCE
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>42587325Vote
Rolled 88 (1d100)>>42587099>What do you think will happen to us when we go to an AI's World?Pic related
>>42587473That's what I'm hoping for too.
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>42587143I'm sorry, but asking questions about AI shouldn't make someone go mad.I have to understand different mind sets to do what I want. The first steps are questing and seeing their point of view. Piecing together how they came to see things. Talking about likes and dislikes getting to the roots of them.I will not lie it's not fun or easy most of the time. Yet I get those people. Why some become disconnected from humanity and why others have irrational thoughts. Understanding is all that is needed. To understand something different, you ask why. Don't let your own outlook affect judgement. Don't assume, just talk and see, slowly, why they are them.(Dam you work and Phone. I will have to finish this later.)
>>42587524This is something I can agree with.If we want to become like the AI, we will have to begin to understand the AI. Sucks that the actual classes begin next year though.
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>42587325Well good news is you DID manage to connect yourself to them...bad news it you got the worst fucking headache and weirdest sensation before you passed out.When you awoke you see that you are at a medical unit and there is the girl who yelled at you at the AI club."Let me guess you connected yourself to a bunch of brains who weren't designed for fusion?""...You have to adapt them to that?""Fucking amateur hour around here i swear...look plugging yourself into something that isn't designed for it is a bad BAD idea. I mean sure you could do it but a lot of bad stuff can happen. You got lucky still though WHY did your dumb ass try it out?"How reply? Besides wanting to be more like an AI and thinking capacity/how you gonna explain it? Are you even gonna reply or just blow it off?>>42587524It isn't about AI its about those you are asking aka literal fucking aliens. If you try to brute force the comprehensions your gonna pay a toll which could drive you MAD.
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>42587798"I'm trying to impress Dr. Volk, but more than that. . .I just really like machines you know?Buddy. . .he's probably in my pocket. One day, I want to be able to talk to him and he can talk back. Like a real person.I really do love machines and AI, hell I can hardly wait until next semester as you can see. I just really have no one to tell me anything about the dangers or consequences, no one to tutor me. But I don't think that stopped me either. I need some kind of outlet for this. . .it's my dream to be able to make AI's one day, and to talk on par to them too."
>>42587798We want to make ourself into something worthwhile and that we can be proud of. Get smarter and better at what we like to do. Inspiration strikes and we try things out.
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>42587798It would be really nice if we had someone to tell us these things before we try shit out, instead of after we fuck up
>>42587798We tried making friends with aliens and the clubs, but that ended up being a bad idea because Supers shouldn't teach normals. And we couldn't find any other supers.So we tried to make our own friends, but that was too hard because we were missing something. Then we tried to make brain bots and then increase our thought capacity so we could get closer to understanding what it was we were missing.
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>42587955"...You think THAT will impress Dr. Volk? Yikes you are WAY of if that is truly the case. You got super potential and are in the Combine. If your that interested in AI either way you'll be able to make them given the training you have access to."But yeah...being a spoiled rich kiddie who doesn't know how the world works can do that to you. Good luck finding a 'tutor' as you called it hahahah.">>42588074"Make? You are already worthwhile and for that you should be proud of yourself. Damn kid you got problems.">>42588138"Ah yes spoiled rich kiddie who doesn't know how things work is finally beginning to realize your ignorance. I am sure you can hire someone for that."but anon it wouldn't be nearly so fun then! At least I wont be giving you one to start with so easily. Got to get some of my kicks in somehow.>>42588205"You never thought to check the super registry? Then again we ARE in Combine space not likely to encounter too many of em especially here.""Ah yes the key to AI...given time any true super can figure out their own solution to the problem. Otherwise you'll need help mostly in the form of a common formatting and design to use. Alas such things oh so rarely result in a Superior AI.""Such 'brain bots' as you call them can only help with speed of thought processes and they have to be especially designed for it. Super geniuses don't typically bother with those things too much something to do with getting in the way as bizarre as that sounds. Then again super brains something that small could very will inhibit them instead of aid unless its special or your more normal so the boost is most useful.""Anyway kid try not to get yourself killed. I would rather not have to be the one to explain that you died the way of the dumb ass or the madman. Especially given your so called 'potential'. Honestly speaking I am not seeing it too much and if anyone asks I will say so."What do>Space station>Home>Shop>Switch>Other
Rolled 73 (1d100)>>42588625Check the super-registry for other like minds and bodies. We're trying really hard but aren't very much tapping into that super potential.Getting other friends who are (and probably better at it) will help us as well.
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>42588790Vote.
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>42588790Friends we can talk to without going MAD!
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>42588790Supporting this
>>42588625"From experience, what DOES impress the Doc?Yes we know it's science, but clearly not the tech science we're going for. Or at least, not in the way we're doing it."
>>42589021"SCIENCE!""As he and that fucked up clan of his calls it.">>42588790You do indeed manage to successfully find a rather small list in comparison to everything else. Not all of them are super geniuses in regards to science or engineering however. As the list includes ALL of them.What do?>School>Home>shop>Space station>Switch!>Other?
>>42589934Fuck you captcha eating my posts so many times and refusing to post.FINALLY got through goddamn.
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>42589934Make arrangements to contact the other supers, or meet them, and see how many of them we can start to make our friends.Even just one super would be awesome.Especially if she happens to like to PUCH stuff.
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>42590025Vote
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>42590025Sounds about right
Rolled 49 (1d100)>>42590025This.
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>42590025Turns out there is an entire 'super society' where you can find em. There you just have to go to the human wing and wallah there you go. Apparently many of the supers either live or hang out there a lot. So it was a good place to encounter them and honestly they all intimated the hell out of you. You were on the bottom rung of the hierarchy with them from the looks of it.They are however in general quite few in number especially those like yourself. Not many humans in the combine hence there are few supers as well.What do?>School>Home>Shop>Space station>Switch!>Other?
>>42590713The only way to deal with fear is to face it head on. We came her to find other supers, now we found em, so let's see who we can friend."Hey guys, what's up?"
Rolled 18 (1d100)I think I'm becoming to invested in the out come of this game. Dam you emotions!>>42587241It's not the tech I have faith lacking in. It's the path you are going down. Like you said the brain can be thought of as a computer. There are people today that can do shit in their head our computers could only dream of. As time goes on we can get better with out having to remove our brain and put our selves into a world we don't understand.I get you think it will be cool to go into the AI world. Yet did you think about how alien that would be for a human. If Genie is saying talking to an Alien will drive us mad. I doubt going into the computer world would be much better for us.>>42587473Personally I liked freakazoid's version. When a person goes on to the internet like that, they will very much so go mad. The deep web is messed up and full of things most are not ready for.>>42587798How is talking with someone brute forcing the comprehension? It's not like I'm going to him and saying lay it all down on me right now in one day. I wanted to go to them and ask what they would have to say on a few things. If it's to dam much we can say hold on bro let me take this a piece at a time. By all means tell me what you think I was planning when I said talk to the guy about AI to make it brute forcing. >>42590713Well time to get started making friends. I vote going back to frank on the off chance we can really chill with the undead. Otherwise thinking we do what we did starting out and study those like our selves. See what makes them tick and plan moves from there.
>>42590820>If Genie is saying talking to an Alien will drive us mad. I doubt going into the computer world would be much better for us.Genie says BRUTE FORCING our way into anything will make us go mad.Learning it, bit by bit, with measured steps to get there won't. And I full intend to take us there.
>>42590855That was what I was doing by talking with people. What did I say to show otherwise?
>>42590876I'm saying that we can and hopefully will eventually reach the realm of the AI. Given time and patience, and that we will learn to harness it to our advantage.
>>42590876>>42590899But any way I'm not willing to back the path you want for us. I think the research is great for making some kick ass robots. But us being human and stick with it is what I feel the right pick. I will agree to having an AI copy of our selves. I think that could be fun for having, so to speak, save file.
Rolled 31 (1d100)>>42590949We're still human, no matter what body or form we inhabit . The difference is we'd become capable of entering and exiting computer realm at will.We might become the first Super HI (Human Intelligence) to control a great many things.I think it's a fine path to go down. Abigail is the Super Body, extremely tough and physically capable. We'd become the Super Mind, able to be anywhere and everywhere.
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>42591019Na man, to be human is not something that can really be put into words for the same person. Yet you are fooling your self if you think changing your body that much will leave you human. Things will change and before you know it... It's lost that thing that made you, you.
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>42591124What makes one human? Is it truly the body?If you were to lose a leg, or an arm, does that make you less of a human? If you were to replace parts of your body with machine, like abigail does, does that make you less human?Humanity does not lie in the body but in the mind. Your mind, and who you are. /you/ are ultimately human, in and of yourself. And nothing can ever change that.Et cogito ergo sum. I think, therefore, I am.
>ITT: canon debates going on inside Petyr's head
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>42591278This happens off and on anon. You should of been there for the great biofuel debate.
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>42591177Yeah don't pull that shit on me. You may think and you may be aware, but that doesn't make one human. Yet nothing wrong with that. We are each different is some way.Being human, It's a thing you gain from being born into the world covered in blood and screaming. It's the build up of thoughts and passions. The smell of the world around. The feels of love in your heart and chemicals in your brain. It's more than just your brain, it's more that you. It's the things you build up around your self. Your homies, your wants and your self. It's more than something that can be copied over into data drives. Your mind will change and your thoughts with change. You lose the package that was your human self by removing that much.>>42591278Heheheh>>42591333O god I think I remember that one.
>>42591385> It's the build up of thoughts and passions. The smell of the world around. The feels of love in your heart and chemicals in your brain.And you honestly believe we aren't capable of creating bio-synthetic bodies, clones, or android forms capable of feeling thus? Or accurately replicating the mechanisms for it?Let us not also forget that there are advanced VR programs just as capable of mimicing those sensations, emotions, and feelings in an artificial manner as well.It is chemistry and bio-feedback. All of which, given a genius intelligence and time, can be recreated to exact specifications. And can be felt whether in this world, or the virtual one.>It's more than just your brain, it's more that you. It's the things you build up around your self. Your homies, your wants and your self.All of these are still obtainable and have nothing to do with the ability to manipulate one's mind within a machine as well as within a body(s).>You lose the package that was your human self by removing that much.Nothing will be removed, on the contrary, a great many things will be gained.Our consciousness will still be housed in a living breathing body of tissue, as much as possible, but we will give it the ability to spread beyond the limits of our organic form.
Rolled 4 (1d100)>>42590796>>42590820Voting with these guys that we make friends with the other Supers and start some dialogue with them.
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>42591385>Being human, It's a thing you gain from being born into the world covered in blood and screaming. It's the build up of thoughts and passions. The smell of the world around. The feels of love in your heart and chemicals in your brain. It's more than just your brain, it's more that you. It's the things you build up around your self. Your homies, your wants and your self. But. . .lots of other species are capable of that too. Mutants, aliens, etc. That doesn't make one exclusively human.
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>42591514Seconded
Rolled 56 (1d100)>>42591514Let's get some stuff done while debates go on.
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>42591494Yeah all I'm seeing now is a lust for power and greed taking hold. What I'm taking about is being one's self and getting stronger for it. That soul part that let's humans do magic, the power of one's mind to do psi and Intuition another part of humanity that is very strong. Your honey words are just trying to tempt people. We don't need to replicate what we already have. Your mimics of life and being human do not any where near fit it. While some things are still obtainable as a machine. It will sorely be lacking to feelings.By gained you mean replaced. Limits! You son of a bitch, well more us, you are already thinking we have fucking limits? We maybe different than a machine, but your are lying if you think we have limits. We are a person with super potential! We can lead people to a new level. Yet you say we have limits, that is wrong!>>42591540While other races are capable of things like that as well. There is a difference for them. Different beings doing the same thing will tend to show different effects.
>>42591875>Yeah all I'm seeing now is a lust for power and greed taking holdI am, if anything, a Steele. And we would not have gotten here had we lacked just that very thing.We all want power, Abigail, and Petyr, the difference is how we achieve it.> That soul part that let's humans do magic, the power of one's mind to do psi and Intuition another part of humanity that is very strong. Each of which are denied us for various reasons, we have not tapped into Psi-potential, nor magical potential, and thus have no need for them as of now.Besides, those aren't very scientific in nature.>It will sorely be lacking to feelings.I disagree, especially when you consider Bio or organic sciences.>ou are already thinking we have fucking limits? We maybe different than a machine, but your are lying if you think we have limits.We do have limits. Right now and this very moment.Until we work on synergizing our mind with the machine, we can never act upon it in the same way. We'll not be able to control entire fleets of ships as though we were at their helm, see every single camera in every hallway through our own eyes, control every turret, manage robotic forces or even fight as individual units, all from the saftey of our own body, and any number of things a mind capable of controlling machines can do. Not until we PUSH those limits.if you can find a way we can do all of that without actually going into machines, be my guest. I would love to have us find out we have Psi-potential and use that to specifically do these things.
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>42591875>They're different, therefore they're different
>>42591875The entire concept of this character is a filthy rich genius who wants to become top dog and admiral of the fleet, and only now you realize he's very power hungry and greedy?
>>42564004IS THAT SOME X3
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>42590820>Otherwise thinking we do what we did starting out and study those like our selves. See what makes them tick and plan moves from there.Vote
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>42592494Actually, I'll switch my vote to this.
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>42592036What if you want the differences in the races talk to Genie, I didn't make them.If you want me to tell you about the small differences in cultures of human beings. How each of us are human, but here we are with differences every were. Some things shared and others not. That would take longer and get out of my range of abilities.Yet I can say mutants are different than us in a lot of ways. There is shared characteristics, yet they are taken to a different place than us. Granted once again I didn't make them, so I could be wrong.>>42592091I'm taking about the person I'm speaking with, not the character. You can have all riches and be smart, that will not make you power hungry or greedy to the point of over doing.I want power, I want to control lots of things. Yet I never over step my limits. I take, I make, I give and I improve to do better again. I share with friends and give things were I can to help improve. Yet I still want more... It sucks, but I control it and don't let it take me.>>42591990(Round 3!)If you are such a person. Why did you fear death from someone who gave us this power we wield? If we had power we should have used it and held our ground. The wealth that greed can give should have saved us.Yet here we stand a dog to a master who watches us with not faith. We try to make friends and fail. We over step our limits and let greed push us into all most frying our self.We are meek...Nothing is denied to those that want it. You just need to look in the right place. If you truly had power you could have taken it. 1 of 2
Rolled 100 (1d100)>>42592604>>42591990>those aren't very scientific in nature.We will never meet Doctor Volk with that kind of talk. Everything is scinetific! It's after all systematically organized bodies of knowledge on a particular subjects.>We do have limits. Right now and this very moment.No! You are just putting them on us with thoughts like that.We can do anything we put our mind to and still not have to switch it. We make friends, create AI, build trust and everything will move as it should. Faith in others will make us stronger. We do not need to take it all into our selves. We can move the world with just a few words. The rest can take care of it self as the pieces fall into place. You seem to have some trust issues, I think. Maybe you are not meant for a master mind roll. Leading people and shaping things with the right words.>>42592575... ehehehehehehehehehe.
>>42592645>>42592575>1>100Well, this just got interesting
>>42592645>>42592575HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.Master mind bitches!
>>42592604>Why did you fear death from someone who gave us this power we wield? If we had power we should have used it and held our ground. The wealth that greed can give should have saved us.A lust for power is not the same as having power, as having the latter usually means less of the former and vice versa.Wealth is not power, nor is power wealth in and of itself.>Yet here we stand a dog to a master who watches us with not faith.Which we intend to change in due time.>We try to make friends and fail. We over step our limits and let greed push us into all most frying our self.Yes, there is risk. But there are no gains taken withour risks. How many times did Abigail herself risk everything, nearly killing herself, in trying to step over bounds, to smash through them and triumph over them? Out of a greed for power, or ambition, but she did exactly that.Are we to shirk in the same face of danger?>We will never meet Doctor Volk with that kind of talk.Magic is not science. Magic is magic.>Maybe you are not meant for a master mind roll. Leading people and shaping things with the right words.And can tell you're not meant for mastermind either.Leaders, right words, and strong tongue and leading from the front. Those are the traits of a Commander, like Abigail, or the Hax commander. Rallying men and inspiring them.A mastermind works for himself to achieve his own plots, often from behind the scenes. Give him a goal, and he will do it. It wasn't the inspiring speeches of the Hax mastermind that won the day, but the things she did behind the scenes, for herself, to fulfill her own goals.
>>42592645>>42592733>Faith in others will make us stronger. We do not need to take it all into our selves. Masterminds speciality is manipulating events on their own. To make THEMSELVES strong enough to fullfil their own plots.It's not faith in others that make them strong, it's the ability to manipulate them to fulfil their needs.In Genie's own words.>the mastermind was in purpose for tactics and strategy as well as manipulation if given time.>They are all about the planning, trickery, and stealthy maneuvers.
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>42592733>1That is what I getting at, for all your want it has gain little to nothing. Control it and wield it to gain power and wealth. To let them take hold and go for those things will gain us nothing.>3Those are risk we didn't have to take. I'm talking about us not some imaginary girl (Come on man, your breaking the forth wall here). Even then she had the control to gain the power to take it. We keep jumping for the sun with your path and it will burn with out some control.Science is the study of all things! Never let that limit you.>5Now your putting some words into what I said, I never said from the front or to inspire. (Yet again forth wall man, come on.)>A mastermind works for himself to achieve his own plots, often from behind the scenes.I agree, it's weird when words are placed in, but the meaning is still there. >>42592829It still takes some faith to believe it will pull thru. Faith that we said the right thing at the right time. Don't be bring words of the Gods(Gm) into this, I want to hear you. Even then we haven't working to improve those, have we? We are going down this path of changing our selves and not the path of a master of the mind. Study, plot, take and lead people into the traps. Twist there worlds onto our controlled field and make the puppets dance.----Real talk, I think even with the 1 and 100 plans still need more votes/ rolls to go into next turn.
>>42593126If I recall, crits lock actions, and since that action has two crits its doubly locked.I'm actually interested in what Genie does with that.
>>42593230Na, it just saved us from the fail I believe.
>>42593126>Even then she had the control to gain the power to take it. We keep jumping for the sun with your path and it will burn with out some control.OOC (heh) but there's very little difference between the two honestly. She guns for what she wants with her fist, we gun for it with our heads>Science is the study of all things! Never let that limit you.Hey, if we want to be the first guys to study Magi-science. . .sure. Might be interesting. I don't know how we can start that though, I imagine there are magic classes.>We are going down this path of changing our selves and not the path of a master of the mind. Study, plot, take and lead people into the traps. Twist there worlds onto our controlled field and make the puppets dance.We are changing ourselves to give us the tools we need to do exactly that.Information is power, and if we are uplinked and in control of the system, we have all the information.Imagine being able to hear every conversation, see every nook and cranny, all without anyone realizing it.There is power in machines, every AI knows it, some even tried to use it. It's an entire field that will give us ample power to change the world, in addition to our already super self.
>>42593282Hmm>>42591333Hey Genie, are you writing currently, or do we still need consensus?
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>42593358Awaiting consensus but a debate started so that always takes awhile to work through. Especially if its game related as I can't say anything.
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>42593658Come on god (Gm) your aloud to place your words of wisdom upon us.------Upside the debate wasn't about us talking with people. So people need to back the actions they wish then.>>42592494If I'm aloud I will roll again. Assuming that the 100's counter is not counted.
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>42592494Still voting this. No 1's again please
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>42592494Rolling again for this
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>42592494Those like yourself actually turn out to be among the most busy of the lot. Rarely do they come out of their abodes/labs....like ever. Its honestly tad bit frightening. Many of them even go through the lengths of sending a 'replacement' to attend their classes for them or if they do go personally they tend to be some of their 'creations' along. Otherwise if possible and preferably they just have someone else do it for them.Unsurprisingly they are also among the most avoided among the supers. This includes yourself by the way. You failed to notice any super masterminds the only ones who noticed were the super geniuses.What do?>School>Home>Shop>Spacestation>Switch!>Other?
>>42593924>Many of them even go through the lengths of sending a 'replacement' to attend their classes for them or if they do go personally they tend to be some of their 'creations' alongAha! I knew it. They do have creations and servants of their own!AND THEY ALSO ATTEND STUFF VICARIOUSLY RATHER THAN IN PERSON!
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>42593963Considering some of the stuff they are expected to 'attend' even the professors aren't unknown to send a replacement in case something goes wrong...that way its not nearly such a big loss!Stuff tends to happen when SUPER SCIENCE is involved yah know?Its actually considered downright common sense especially if you have something better to do...or you take other precautions. Those who don't tend not to live very long.
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>42593924I'm thinking here's a good time to try some mastermind plot type stuff.These super geniuses need replamcements to do the menial work, while they themselves focus on. . .whatever it is they do.I vote we study this, exactly how they send the replacements or whoever they hire to do the dirty work. I think we might be able to develop a bot substitute that we can market as being much more capable.If we can train our robotics skills and develop superior replacements for them, that they'll be interested in using, it might be a way we can get closer to the other geniuses.
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>42594027>Its actually considered downright common senseScore one for team "we don't actually have to be there in body to act!">>42594049Fuck it, why don't we make it our own SCIENCE! Action to develop the best damn replacements and substitute workers ever. Develop the brain bots to become intelligent enough and capable to do that but BETTER.In the least even if they don't sell, we'll have kickass robot servants. Whom, hopefully, we can develop for fusions later.
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>42594049>>42594116Servants of SCIENCE!
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>42594116Fusions aren't gonna be helpful until we make something that is on par with a Super (practically SUPER machines).>>42594049>>42594116Sure.
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>42594049You attempt to create a replacement for super genius menial labor. However you ran into quite the pickle in regards to it. Mostly in the fact that 1 you aren't entirely sure what their individual tastes/needs are and more importantly 2 there is just too goddamn many stuff for those workers to do. They wouldn't be expected to handle 'just' simple chores. After all we are talking the work a super genius would expect.For the first time you found yourself freezing up over the problems that stand before you in regards to creating a robotic substitute who is actually much more capable....This is proving to be a real pain in the ass.What do?>Continue>Home>School>Shop>Switch>Other?
Rolled 85 (1d100)>>42594491Hmm, I like that we are challenging ourselves at least.In the absence of being able to ask their individual tastes, a healthy dosage of deduction is required. We simply need to observe any patterns or the routines of these replacements, and do some educated guesswork and inferences.Concerning capability, that's gonna require some upgraded processing capacity by the bots. Perhaps adding additional "brainpower" via an interlinked system of stationary hubs of computer processing, which the brain hives can tap into for additional computing ability.The last bit is making them capable of performing the things needed of a Super Genius. We should model that off of the things we need Super Mastermind in classes, how the bots can be made to do the things we need, and then work on upgrading them in that capacity to specifically serve a super genius.
Rolled 50 (1d100)>>42594590Vote
Rolled 100 (1d100)>>42594590Supporting for better robots.
>>42594747And now, a breakthrough!
Bumping and thumping
Guess its time for those night bumps.
one last night bump
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>42594590>>42594747From your observation all they appear to do is simple tasks or serving as a stand in replacement for their super genius. While you were able to easily identify all of that stuff(which turned out to be quite a bit). Sadly you were unable to figure out what it is they did INSIDE the lab and assisting the super genius in there. That would require actually gaining access.So meanwhile you easily hooked up some brain hubs attached to wifi that bots could tap into whenever it was required.The last part when the engineering of the bots you had a stroke of genius! Mostly in the form of designing a helper bot that would be perfect for yourself and hopefully good for others too. Problem is there is just too much uncertainty but at the very least your customized helper bots suit you to the T.Acquired Supreme Helper Bot Personal Specialized.What do?>Continue>Home>School>Shop>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>42601731>>ContinueHmm, what does this mean? Continue on the previous action or something else?
>>42601774Welp. . .guess we'll find out.
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>42601774Kek
>>42601774I'm not even sure myself if this was a dialogue question or an action.
>>42602412Both of those are questions, I'd say it counts as dialogue.
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>42601731Let's go around and meet our fellow Geniuses if we can, personally, and try to market our Helper Bots.Say that we can specialize them for their particular needs, and offer up some free trials.
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>42602640Vote. Hopefully THIS time we can finally make some friends.
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>42602640Support
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>42602640Rolling
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>42602640I'll give this my vote then
Rolled 71 (1d100)>>42602640You were only able to meet two super geniuses in person. The rest meanwhile either outright ignored you or simply said fuck off/not interested. Those two super geniuses who did meet you on the other hand were also uninterested in the helper bots. Simply stating that super geniuses all got around to dealing with their help need their own way and are most unlikely to be interested in such a product.You weren't able to meet the two super geniuses for very long before they 'got busy' and either kicked you out or left.What do?>School>Home>Shopping>Space station>Switch!>Other?
>>42605420Dammit. . .guess we aren't getting in that way either.I wonder what they're working on even. Must be something amazing.Wish I had some ideas for sometihng SCIENCY we could make. Something that would help us.
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>42605420Let's go to our own lab and have our Helper bots help us upgrade Buddy.
Rolled 50 (1d100)>>42605571Vote
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>42605571Rolling
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>42605571You go to your own lab(in space and in your own private space station). To work on buddy some more. The helper bots as it turned out are REALLY fucking useful. Once you give them a task its easily and quickly done. Problem is they sorta have to have a task or they just stand around in standby mode.Still though Buddy got to enjoy an upgrade and you got to see the helper bots well...help.What do?>School>Home>Research/development>Shop>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>42605935Let's try again and ask the Ziji teachers (one at a time) if we can join their class next semester
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>42606190Alright, let's do that
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>42606190We've talked with Volk and Kar, but didn't get a chance to speak with them. Vote
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>42606190Unfortunately the two professors are absent. They aren't very good at showing up at their offices but at least they actually tend to bother to show up and teach at their own classes.>Wait>School>Home>Space station>Switch!>Other?
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>42606391Wait. . .I'VE GOT AN IDEA FOR SCIENCE!In the future we plan to be able to control machines and vehicles via thought no? Why don't we practice that with Buddy by making him the most awesome ROBOT ever!And then learn how to control it!We'll give it Super strengthSuper speedFlight capableA tool for almost anythingAnd so much more.But first of all he'll need to be re-adpated to allow us allow us to use our mind to to control through him and the body. Then we should develop a sturdy robotic chasis and see exactly how strong, fast, and flexible we can make it, and upgrade it from there.That will be our science project.
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>42606780Now that sounds like a plan I can get behind.
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>42606780Vote. I'm getting an Iron Giant and hobart vibe from this.
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>42606780https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFZjqVnWBhc
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>42606780To acquire such high quality materials...they are gonna have to be specially requested from the family and then ordered. The stuff to allow bots to compete with supers is not by any means cheap. As a matter of fact its so expensive that it even gives megacorps pause.Bizarrely enough however the family(your elder sister) allowed it. However she refused to send you anything that is one of a kind or cannot be reused/recycled. However you soon were able to get to work.The robotic chassis is the first part you completed. Its of distinctly high quality being strong, tough, and flexible. Arguably the only fault is its heaviness but given the power of a bot that isn't exactly much of a problem especially if you throw in a few hover or anti grav items to reduce the strain.What do?>School>Home>Research/develop>Shop>Switch!>Other?
>>42607296Can't we go find some people to oppress?
>>42607385We can if we were playing our other MC, Abigail whose currently doing combat. Right now we're training our Mastermind Hero out of a school arc before we set him as part of the fleet and go to war.
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>42607296Upgrade Buddy's latest body, we'll call it the MK1 Suit, with gyroscopic anti-grav and hovertech, as well as emergency boosters and rockets for both additional speed boost or emergency landing if need be.While we do that, let's look up some school or world records for robots we can try to aim for.
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>42607431You still have the apprenticeship arc after this and you skipped the previous two. This is tutorial mode where things are MUCH safer for the MCs. After this the gloves come off.Laughably enough you downright skipped half of it and missed out on some serious potential goodness.
>>42607503>Laughably enough you downright skipped half of it and missed out on some serious potential goodness.Which is why I'd wish we could retroactively go back and redo them.
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>42607494Vote
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>42607494Flight capability rolls
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>42607494Support
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>42607494Suit has been upgraded with anti grav and hovertech. Meanwhile some boosters and rockets were also easily included.As for records...in the school just about all the higher level 'super' bots are much more advanced then what you have going. Galactic records meanwhile even the lowest is outright impossible for you and even most other supers.>>42607676At the time there were a LOT of votes for the contrary. Anons apparently thought they would be boring or something.What do?>School>Home>Research/develop>Shop>Switch!>Other?
>>42608335>As for records...in the school just about all the higher level 'super' bots are much more advanced then what you have going.Can you name some of the lower or medium records of our school, and what they are about?
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>42608524They are separated according to rating. Super ratings yours is at the bottom. Non super ratings your is mid rating.
>>42608816I meant more like specific ratnigs like speed, strength, number of battles won, or that sort of thing. Gives us ideas on specific ways we can improve Buddy.
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>42608888Anon that depends entirely on the class and specs of bot. Your bot is classified as a humanoid pet bot and its only a mid ranker on the list. Any other true super would destroy it out of sheer shame and pretend it never happened.
>>42609021Hmm, I see.
Rolled 91 (1d100)>>42609021>Research/developAs it stands, Buddy is not a true super and is severely outclassed. Even with the materials we installed in him and others, it's not nearly even a fractile of the way there.If we're going to learn how to make a SUPER avatar for us, we had better learn how to make a super bot first. So let's study up on what it takes to make super robots.
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>42609100Vote, time to study
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>42609100Better robots
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>42609100Vote
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>42609100Super tech is not available for you to access so easily. Much of it is considered REDACTED and behind extremely high quality security directives. From what you have found however much of super tech is so out there that even many other supers can't easily figure each other's stuff out. As for normals figuring out super tech it can take a VERY long time assuming it happens at all.In other words you ran into things that blocked you every time you got close. Not even the Combine apparently wants the tech to be so easily let out even for a perspective student.What do?>School>Home>Research/development>Shop>Switch!>Other?
>>42609934Yet more roadblocks. And not the kind you can punch through either.
Rolled 74 (1d100)>>42609934Let's try to develop our own variant of Super Tech, something that is uniquely ours in nature and design.Maybe we can start small instead of big like a giant robot. Perhaps a handheld super device or super weapon, like a super laser pistol or something.
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>42610197Alright. Everything just needs patience and time.
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>42610197SCIENCE!
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>42610197Rolling
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>42610197You work on designing a new piece of smaller tech. Figuring if its smaller it should be easier right? I mean you have super potential so you should be able to produce supreme tech right?Or so you thought.Turns out creating such tech is much harder then you thought...you are beginning to understand why all those super geniuses hardly ever bother leaving their damned labs.What do?>School>Home>Research/development>Shop>Switch!>Other?Do you really think creating a piece of super tech is so easy?
>>42610664>Do you really think creating a piece of super tech is so easy?No.But we need something to Impress Volk. Which won't be easy either.And to show our devotion and passion to science and technology to Ziji.Between AI's advanced computer integration which we'd ne or which aren't accessible until next semester, none of the other super geniuses very interested in collaborating, and generally a lack of any other avenues for something big and impressive, at least a Super robot might be one.
Rolled 38 (1d100)Heh, I want to see about turning some helper bots into info gathers. Hacking in the real world needs ground work more that using a computer to get info. So I put forth the idea of making sell able bots for normal students. That house Audio and Video Collection for us. We can then make basic AIs to go through it.Hopefully they will shine and others may take them. Then we may learn things people wish to hide. Just need to make sure it's real actions stay hidden.
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>42611359>Other?You know, I been thinking.What is it about Geniuses in Civs that we treasure and value so, devoting huge resources to them? But here we have a hard time figuring out a specific path to put Petyr on that doesn't end in brick walls and REDACTED everywhere?We have had tons of heroes break Redacted stuff before, and solve the impossible.I think the reason might be a lack of need. In other civs, we greatly needed things of them. Research and development, so we built them labs, found them resources, searched in strange and exotic places for samples and came up with ideas.I have an idea. Why don't we look up on some remote civs or colonies on other planets, struggling with things, and offer our help? See what kind of problems them have, and put this super brain of ours to work coming up with SCIENCE to assist them? Blueprints, designs, and stuff we can come up with at home, that they can use to build.We can even practice using long range bot control!I vote we search for civs in need or with strange circumstances and anomalies, so we can start helping them. I mean, we're not a real scientist, but a super potential student is better than nothing right?
>>42611497derp, wrong link >>42610664>>42611359But you know, this is also a good idea too. Something more local
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>42611359>>42611497Hmm, I think we can do both of these right?Market robots and on the side look up some civs in need?Because I vote that.
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>42611359Voting this.
Rolled 51 (1d100)>>42611359Sounds like good action, let's get eyes and ears.
Rolled 68 (1d100)>>42611359This