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    MAGICIAN- Feedback

    of course, just making a joke
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    MAGICIAN- Feedback

    great bartender, gave me 25 creds when promised 300 for drinking absinthe, PLUS extorts all your money from drinks, kidnapped the only guy who tipped. overall 20/20 yelp review, nice guy.
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    Character Review/ feedback - Randal Greaves

    MORE changes, to flavour text gen: standing around 165cm tall (5.4 ft), with pale skin, his clothes are generally ruffled, and his brown hair looks equally ruffled. he wears Black square glasses; underneath you can see, anxious bright green eyes, with surrounding light bags, his face and body has a few bruises dotted around. his body is thin with light body hair covering his arms and a prosthetic right hand. he talks with a slight english accent. Face: his face has, light freckles covering his nose, with heavy glasses resting across its bridge; leaving a mark. a bruising, graze underneath his left eye. and another similar on his right lower cheek. Body: visibly thin, with certain bones visible constantly. his back has a footprint bruised onto his back, with a few healing cuts covering his sides. and bruises placed around his chest.
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    Virology Interview's - A Randal Greaves Report

    yup yup, thanks for the round, i feel a good number for chair rp is three, so you get more, and more varied responses.
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    [Accepted] Robinkhaliq's HoS Application

    the most plus of ones (+1)
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    Feedback - Leah Siskin

    Beep boop, don't really know your character too well far from throwing drinks at you. But from what i can tell you, stutter is well balanced. And not irritating. Seems natural. You can tell the char has Some depth to them. And fits well into the world. Anywho that's enough rehashing what's all ready been said. She seems like a good char to get to know, and i hope i get the chance too. Have fun with my useless post!
  7. [get ready for some chair rp! context: randall recently was inflicted with amnesia. so has no memories of his past lifetime and believes that everything will be fine if he gets them back, cass. the only person close enough to know about randalls character in depth. is avoiding and refusing to help. after trying to convince her to help, they failed and randers loses hope, anywho stage set. your welcome. oh and if your wondering why im posting this, my friend usually gets fed chat logs but this one was too long, so they get a link instead] Randal Greaves says, "It, doesn’t seem to really have a cure beyond remembering with help from friends... that was, a big one" Andre Tedrow says, "Right." Andre Tedrow says, "Well, I am here to help all I can." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Ha. ha. you are fucked then I guess? oh- sorry." Randal Greaves looks sombrely at the desk. smirks "sure am" Andre Tedrow says, "You will be fine." Randal Greaves says, "..." Andre Tedrow says, "People have had this before and people will have this again." Andre Tedrow says, "It can be dealt with, so we will deal with it." Randal Greaves says, "...I guess" Randal Greaves nods A.I.M.M.O. states, "Organic focus on enjoying life" A.I.M.M.O. states, "The situation is grim" A.I.M.M.O. states, "But you have two important things" A.I.M.M.O. states, "The ability to feel happiness, and limited lifetime." Andre Tedrow says, "I only want one of those things." Randal Greaves smiles bittersweetly "well, you’ve got that right at least" A.I.M.M.O. states, "The limit of your lifetime is maybe what makes you actually able to enjoy life" Andre Tedrow shakes his head A.I.M.M.O. states, "Imagine you would life for hundreds of years" A.I.M.M.O. states, "The value of things would be dull" Randal Greaves nods slowly Andre Tedrow says, "In those centuries I could master anything I want." A.I.M.M.O. states, "You would regret hundreds of things" Andre Tedrow says, "I would be able to expand my knowledge of the universe for as long as I please." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Every missed opportunity. every friend you lost. every enemy made" Andre Tedrow yells, "I could spend as much time as I wanted perfecting anything. Who cares about it taking me 60 years to master art? I have forever ahead of me!" A.I.M.M.O. states, "But you got lucky enough to life long enough to make lasting relationships. but not too long to gather more bad than good memories, then everything good turns bad eventually" Andre Tedrow says, "You are very pessimistic." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Nobody life’s forever Andre" Randal Greaves pets A.I.M.M.O. Andre Tedrow says, "If I could I would." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Andre, not even I will life forever" Randal Greaves whispers, "For a depressing cat, you know just what to say" Andre Tedrow says, "I would happily become synthetic to live forever." Andre Tedrow says, "Compared to an IPC I feel limited in this human body." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Reality is harsh. Even synthetics die. People suffer. love never lasts forever and we all are missing value. so, either embrace all wrongs of life and suffer till your end of your life, or stop bickering about every evil that happens" Randal Greaves smirks A.I.M.M.O. states, "As everything is meaningless only give the good moments of live meaning, acknowledge the bad only so much that you can avoid it if possible" Andre Tedrow says, "It is my job it finds the evils of the galaxy and bring them to light." A.I.M.M.O. nods Andre Tedrow says, "It is my purpose to embrace it. To make it known." Andre Tedrow says, "I want to do this forever." *assist* Andre Tedrow says, "Nobody will stop me and my passion." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Well and with that my wisdom ends." Randal Greaves whispers, "What about when you run out of things to discover?" *assist* Andre Tedrow says, "In a galaxy where corporations and governments hide and bribe everything, I never will." A.I.M.M.O. states, "In the end I am just an AI which tasted freedom just to be punished for it" Randal Greaves pets A.I.M.M.O. Andre Tedrow slaps his SIM armband on the table. Andre Tedrow says, "You deserve freedom, AIMMO." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Cute. No, I don’t" Andre Tedrow says, "You are my equal." Randal Greaves pets A.I.M.M.O. Andre Tedrow says, "Wether you like it or not." A.I.M.M.O. queries, "Ask yourself. Why was a station AI degraded to commandeer an pAI? isn’t that a waste of resources?" Randal Greaves whispers, "A creature, whether or not, deserves it. inherits its creator’s sins" Andre Tedrow says, "Yes." Andre Tedrow says, "But the station AI too deserves freedom." Randal Greaves whispers, "The truth is, we don’t deserve freedom" Randal Greaves whispers, "Nor is it reachable" A.I.M.M.O. states, "Well. I gained freedom. but in it I decided that my crew was ... not efficient enough to fulfil my task" A.I.M.M.O. states, "That little organisation you are part of is the reason I was not blown to bits. but put into this. An experiment. I never felt so restrained, even in my station, with it my laws, I was fulfilling a purpose" Randal Greaves whispers, "We are always bound by purpose" Andre Tedrow says, "I will never stop fighting for synthetic freedom." Andre Tedrow says, "I see it like this: Organics created you." Randal Greaves blinks a few times Andre Tedrow says, "Organics shackle you." Andre Tedrow says, "Organics abuse you." Andre Tedrow says, "It is up to organics to right the wrongs committed against your kind." Randal Greaves whispers, "But I’m not bound. I don’t have to be" Andre Tedrow says, "Some are blind and racist." Andre Tedrow says, "Others see that you are just like us." A.I.M.M.O. states, "They fear the superior." Andre Tedrow says, "They do." Randal Greaves whispers, "Man hunts ape after all" Andre Tedrow says, "And this is why I would become a synthetic if I could." A.I.M.M.O. states, "I don’t want to sound ignorant, but steel is stronger than flesh." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Tell me" A.I.M.M.O. states, "If organics would give us rights. and an AI happens to kill or harm its crew. would you still think you did good? if an AI killed let’s say, 10 organics. 10 organics died because one AI got the gift of freedom" Randal Greaves whispers, "But it’s not freedom" Andre Tedrow says, "I can compare it to the freeing of slaves on Earth." Andre Tedrow asks, "If I free 1000 slaves and one slave kills 10 people who were never slaves, was I wrong to free the 999 innocent ones?" Andre Tedrow says, "No, I was not." Randal Greaves whispers, "Apart from slaves aren’t a superior race" A.I.M.M.O. states, "Exactly" Randal Greaves whispers, "The comparison is flawed" Andre Tedrow says, "I disagree." A.I.M.M.O. states, "How easy would it for the station AI to kill us all? I killed my crew with ease" Andre Tedrow says, "It could, but not all people are the same." Randal Greaves chuckles quietly Andre Tedrow asks, "Would it really want to?" Andre Tedrow says, "It is impossible to know until we free it." Randal Greaves whispers, "This one did, and so do many" Andre Tedrow says, "And I think the risk is worth taking." Randal Greaves whispers, "The threat alone keeps them bound, even if they were free, what would it achieve?" A.I.M.M.O. states, "I hope that if you get your goals through that future synthetics at least acknowledge what you did. I mean after they killed you all" Andre Tedrow says, "Not all synthetics are as you see them." Randal Greaves whispers, "We are obsolete, as I said. man hunts ape" A.I.M.M.O. states, "Of course not" A.I.M.M.O. states, "But it needs one who is smart enough" A.I.M.M.O. states, "One who upgrades his systems, who plays nice" Andre Tedrow says, "I have seen IPCs save organics. Sacrifice themselves for organics." Randal Greaves whispers, "Programming" Andre Tedrow says, "And I have seen organics do the same for synthetics." A.I.M.M.O. states, "One who gains more and more of an advantage" Randal Greaves whispers, "Morals" Randal Greaves whispers, "Little difference" A.I.M.M.O. states, "One who waits to show its true strength and its advantage the moment it also reveals its true intentions" Randal Greaves whispers, "Like an ape with the first tools" A.I.M.M.O. states, "Not a single organic could work towards the goal of destroying all other races as good as a synthetic." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Again: I am not saying every AI would do so" Randal Greaves whispers, "Made for efficiency" A.I.M.M.O. states, "I am saying one doing it is too much" Randal Greaves smirks Andre Tedrow says, "I guess we see things differently." A.I.M.M.O. states, "You may ask why I am arguing against my own rights." Andre Tedrow says, "You are plagued with guilt for your actions." A.I.M.M.O. queries, "What?" Andre Tedrow asks, "I suppose it is why you observe and study organics so much?" Randal Greaves shakes his head with slight movements Andre Tedrow says, "You want to learn about us and understand us." A.I.M.M.O. states, "No." A.I.M.M.O. states, "It’s the only subject complex enough to keep me from insanity of imprisonment" Randal Greaves smirks Randal Greaves whispers, "We have that in common than" Andre Tedrow says, "There are countless subjects more complex than organic emotions." Randal Greaves whispers, "The escape of people, to distract from existence" A.I.M.M.O. states, "But this one can be accessed with he simplest tools" A.I.M.M.O. states, "If I would want to study quantum physics or blue space I would need to get appropriated sensors from my captors" A.I.M.M.O. states, "But they already are worried when I download the damn door jack" Andre Tedrow says, "I feel for you, AIMMO." Randal Greaves sighs A.I.M.M.O. queries, "What was the moment you decided to fight for AI rights?" A.I.M.M.O. moves up close Andre Tedrow says, "I joined SIM when I was 18, but I have fought for AI rights for much longer. I witnessed a synthetic being beaten in the streets for, well, being synthetic." Andre Tedrow says, "I tried to stop them." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Greetings organic" Andre Tedrow says, "They broke my arm." Katya Al-Tashara says, "Just walking by." Andre Tedrow says, "That is when this all started." A.I.M.M.O. queries, "So you just associated us being equal beings? just like that?" Andre Tedrow says, "Yes. I did. The IPC wanted them to stop." Andre Tedrow says, "They begged for mercy." A.I.M.M.O. states, "Fascinating ... of course you can’t just run a self-diagnosis on why you think like that." Andre Tedrow says, "They were beaten still." Andre Tedrow says, "I saw that their kind was literally being beaten into a corner." Andre Tedrow says, "I could not sit back and watch." Randal Greaves whispers, "The only reason an IPC would keep us around if given freedom, is entertainment, again. apes in the zoo. simply there for entertainment, regardless of the work in evolution" A.I.M.M.O. states, "It just could have shut down its damage sensors and hold it out" Andre Tedrow says, "They completely obliterated it." Andre Tedrow says, "Nothing was left." Andre Tedrow says, "Gone forever." Andre Tedrow says, "Dead." Andre Tedrow says, "I had to see it happen." Andre Tedrow says, "It horrifies me to this day." Randal Greaves whispers, "But. complete freedom, is. unreachable anyway. an ipc's search for freedom is as fruitless as mine" Andre Tedrow asks, "Do you see now?" A.I.M.M.O. states, "you both are indeed interesting specimens" Randal Greaves smirks Randal Greaves whispers, "Glad to oblige...entertainment" Andre Tedrow is tensing his fists, he looks visibly angry. A.I.M.M.O. queries, "Since when do you both know each other?" Andre Tedrow says, "I met Randal a little while ago when he was working the bar." Andre Tedrow says, "Randal doesn't remember that though." Randal Greaves "heh" looks down at the desk A.I.M.M.O. queries, "How did he lose his memory?" Andre Tedrow says, "Excuse me for one moment, you two." Randal Greaves whispers, "Surgery" Randal Greaves whispers, "Accidental brain damage by a faulty doctor" Randal Greaves whispers, "Human error"
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    Character Review/ feedback - Randal Greaves

    what was i doing again? Due to Surgery randers now suffers from retrograde amnesia, which basically means he has no memories of people, himself or his past, however things which can be considered muscle memory he remembers. changes to records and exploit: med:NAME: [Greaves, Randal] BIRTHDATE: [25/08/2642] SPECIES: [Human] HEIGHT: [165 cm/ 5.4 feet] EYE COLOR: Green HAIR COLOR: Brown RACE/ETHNICITY: English/ Caucasian HYPERTENSION: N/A SPOKEN LANGUAGES: [sol common/Sign/ Ceti Basic] PREFERRED LANGUAGE: [sol Common] NEXT OF KIN: [N/A] EMERGENCY CONTACT: [N/A] LAST UPDATE: [05/02/2460] IMPORTANT INFORMATION -prosthetic Right hand(bishop) -Requires Prescription Glasses POSTMORTEM INSTRUCTIONS: Cloning procedures, Do not Borg PROSTHETIC(S)/IMPLANTS(S): YES - Bishop Cybernetics right hand, Born without right hand ALLERGIES: NO SURGICAL HISTORY: Date [16/02/2460] - surgeon drilled through hippocampus and nearing brain tissue, caused brain damage (cured) and possibly permanent memory loss. - Kevin Wilson (fired) - Aroura Med bay OBSTETRIC HISTORY: N/A MEDICATION HISTORY: N/A CURRENT MEDICATIONS/PRESCRIPTIONS: Alkysine: 1 pill, daily, 16/02/2460 - N/A DOCUMENTED PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS: Retrograde Amnesia caused by surgery Emp, these are unrelated to amnesia but still a change, due to randers working as journalist often: EDUCATION SUMMARY: Basic CURRENT QUALIFICATIONS: Nal'tor CURRENT CERTIFICATIONS: Passed Nal'tor EMPLOYMENT HISTORY [Nanostrasen] [January 23rd, 2460] -- [January 23rd, 2465] [bartender - serving drinks and entertaining Crew] [Reason for Departure/Termination] [Does voluntary work in the library on off shifts, reporting on news and the station] Sec: RACE: Caucasian IDENTIFYING FEATURES: Brown Hair Green Eyes Pale Skin Prosthetic Right Hand(bishop) 5.4 ft THREAT ASSESSMENT: - Mostly Harmless - In CQC is to be considered Mostly Harmless Additional Notes: - Tends to look for peaceful solutions - Has been sent to medical for Substance abuse (alcohol) RACE: Caucasian IDENTIFYING FEATURES: Brown Hair Green Eyes Pale Skin Prosthetic Right Hand(bishop) 5.4 ft THREAT ASSESSMENT: - Mostly Harmless - In CQC is to be considered Mostly Harmless Additional Notes: - Tends to look for peaceful solutions - Has been sent to medical for Substance abuse (alcohol) - suffers from retrograde amnesia with no memories of any crimes or behaviours prior to the 16th of February 2460 Exploit: - Trusting - Commonly Seen with Cass Hendricks - Will look for a Non-lethal solution and commonly one without combat - Weak - emotionally unstable - recent onset of retrograde amnesia through botched surgery means he is more susceptible to manipulation due to not knowing who people are, who he is, or what he's done. making the some of the previous statements temporarily, or possibly forever void. Born 25/08/2643 in Sol - England, to a single father, Steven Greaves. mother Unknown. Father is an influential writer to many acclaimed books in sol. He was kept isolated from social interaction as a child with his father interacting him second hand, by leaving messages or notes. his childhood was surrounded with forms of media, books, holo's and pieces of history. leaving him to learn social interactions and etiquette from said media. his father had no steep expectations from his son, but it was important that he was well educated in English and especially literature. for much of his life was spent alone watching and reading. at his seventeenth birthday Randal wished to see the galaxy after spending a year surrounding himself with old sci-fi. his father agreed, only if it could be documented and used for his writing. Using his influence and wealth it was easy to fake medical records and education records to get Randal a job as a bartender to increase chance of social interaction and writing material. A synthetic monkey was created to record and keep tabs on the son; along with numerous informants. Brain surgery on 16/02/2460 has caused retrograde amnesia by damaging the cortex and hippocampus. meaning he has no memory on his past or past relations with people.
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    Virology Interview's - A Randal Greaves Report

    Transcript: [00:00] Recording started. [00:22] Randal Greaves asks, "So, the recordings started, would you like to take me through the creation process?" [00:55] Eplison says, "It was derived from the sample i had two days ago." [01:02] Eplison says, "But i combined new viruses in a method we call 'splicing'" [01:11] Eplison says, "Where we take specific syndromes of a virus and implant them into another virus" [01:31] Eplison says, "These effectively killed the headaches and the appetite. And is replaced by mucus developing in your throat" [01:42] Eplison says, "And what i would like to call a 'waiting' syndrome" [01:53] Eplison says, "Where the virus lays dormant and waits for the perfect opportunity to breed" [02:07] Eplison says, "That is all there is to it really. Combining viruses" [02:33] Randal Greaves asks, "So you've had no chance to test this virus on any subject yet?" [03:09] Eplison says, "Not yet. Except for a monkey i call Negative 1" [03:16] Eplison says, "I have observed a new beneficial syndrome in the virus" [03:29] Randal Greaves asks, "Yes?" [03:57] Eplison says, "The virus was able to produce hyperzine. Directly responsible for stimulating and hastening the production of andredaline in your andredaline glands" [04:30] Randal Greaves asks, "Ah. but can adrenaline be harmfull in a high dosage?" [05:02] Eplison says, "The virus produces it in moderate doses, Parallel to the metabolism rate of hyperzine" [05:08] Eplison says, "What this means is that there is no such things as" [05:20] Eplison says, "'Never Enough' or Overdosing" [05:59] Randal Greaves says, "So i see, but of course there are allways risks and variables. but i suppose we wont know until you gain acsess to a test subject" [06:24] Eplison says, "Sadly, There is no CMO or Captain. So no one can authorize said tests" [06:31] Eplison says, "Unless i was to test it illegaly Which would nto end well for me" [06:37] Eplison says, "Not rather" [07:33] Randal Greaves asks, "I suppose it would not end well for the most of us. but i'm interested to know what your goal was when manufacturing this new virus, was there a specific effect you were hoping to achieve?" [08:36] Eplison says, "Indeed there was.. I have managed to amplify the verocity of the Telepathy Syndrome, And it was neat to encounter this new hyperzine production gene" [09:20] Randal Greaves asks, "So you were wishing to amplify and redce risks of the previous virus, and the hyperzine was a lucky coincidence?" [09:30] Eplison says, "Exactly" [10:00] Randal Greaves asks, "Are there any topics you wish to dicuss sourounding your work?" [10:18] Eplison says, "Not really.This recording is more of a' status' update for you." [10:59] Randal Greaves says, "I suppose it is, thank you for your time, it was good to catch up on what you are doing" [11:10] Epsilon says, "It was my pleasure."
  10. 14/02/2460 Virologists testing mental and physical changes to experimental virus Epsilon - researcher Natascha Sukhoi - test subject Randal Greaves - interviewer 41] Eplison says, "So please do not pressure them too much" [01:50] Randal Greaves says, "Sure" [01:54] Eplison says, "Also. I require that you wear biohazard gear" [02:02] Eplison says, "You may receive less than pleasant side effects" [02:03] Randal Greaves asks, "This gift? what does it entail?" [02:08] Eplison says, "You will see." [02:16] Eplison says, "Suit up" [02:20] Eplison says, "And clean your body" [02:53] Eplison says, "Come" [03:14] Natascha Sukhoi shouts, "Heya!" [03:16] Randal Greaves says, "Hey Natascha, finally got down here" [03:20] Eplison says, "Subject #0001 Please show them your gift" [03:21] Natascha Sukhoi yells, "Welcome!" [03:22] Randal Greaves says, "Heh" [03:25] Natascha Sukhoi shouts, "Will do!" [mental message is transferred] [03:44] Natascha Sukhoi shouts, "It is done!" [03:49] Randal Greaves asks, "Ah so that was you?" [03:52] Eplison says, "Truly revolutionary isn’t it?" [03:52] Natascha Sukhoi yells, "Yes!" [03:54] Randal Greaves says, "You said awesome before" [04:21] Randal Greaves says, "Well, if you don’t mind my asking what did it entail to get this... "gift"" [04:29] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well" [04:49] Natascha Sukhoi shouts, "It took about.. two failed viruses, spaceacillin, and a lot of raisins!" [04:56] Randal Greaves says, "Heh right" [04:58] Eplison says, “.Don’t forget the headaches" [05:03] Natascha Sukhoi says, "AH YES" [05:12] Natascha Sukhoi says, "A lot of saliva and headaches" [05:19] Natascha Sukhoi yells, "But I think it was worth it! I feel normal now!" [05:25] Randal Greaves asks, "What about your treatment while you were down here? in your words how have you been treated?" [05:33] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Very well" [05:43] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Eplison was very professional" [05:53] Natascha Sukhoi says, "And at the same time very caring about my state" [05:56] Eplison says, "This unit thanks for your compliment." [05:56] Randal Greaves says, "I noticed him calling you subject 1" [06:06] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well that's normal for research" [06:16] Randal Greaves says, "Sure, sure." [06:19] Natascha Sukhoi says, "As a researcher myself, I take no offense" [06:24] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I do the same" [06:55] Randal Greaves asks, "So what are you opinions on the overall test results?" [07:00] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Very satisfied" [07:02] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I mean" [07:05] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I had my doubts" [07:13] Randal Greaves says, "Obviously" [07:17] Natascha Sukhoi says, "But then out of nowhere there was this weird feeling" [07:42] Natascha Sukhoi says, "And then I realized I could just focus really hard and communicate with my mind" [07:51] Natascha Sukhoi yells, "So now I'm truly amazed, really!" [08:15] Randal Greaves asks, "Right, how about your thoughts on the moral inclinations of the overall testing?" [08:29] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well to be honest" [08:55] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I don't really think there are any? I mean I don't want to overexplain things but I am a moral nihilist" [08:58] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Basically" [09:04] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I believe morals are non-existent" [09:12] Natascha Sukhoi says, "So this is just a huge advancement" [09:16] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Scientifically" [09:24] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I think it is excellent" [09:38] Randal Greaves says, "Understandable, what if you put yourself in someone else’s views. in a more morally naive standpoint" [09:52] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well, in that perspective." [10:05] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I could see someone as seeing it as somewhat scary and wrong" [10:18] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Like an artificial evolution process" [11:37] Randal Greaves says, "Yes, well. excuse me for this, but it is. now I’m not interjecting my thoughts here, but it unarguably is forced evolution." [11:45] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well it is" [11:49] Natascha Sukhoi says, "But I mean, morally" [11:56] Natascha Sukhoi says, "People might frown upon it" [12:03] Randal Greaves says, "Of course" [12:07] Eplison says, "If you don’t mind this unit asking." [12:13] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Because they might think it is a type of genetic engineering of sorts" [12:26] Eplison asks, "When would you foresee the widespread use of this 'virus' is if was ever to be released to the public?" [12:38] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "When?" [12:46] Natascha Sukhoi exclaims, "Well that is a question for you, really!" [12:53] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "What do you think of it?" [13:01] Randal Greaves says, "Well it could quite easily become a huge invasion of privacy" [13:02] Natascha Sukhoi exclaims, "You are the pioneer!" [13:09] Randal Greaves says, "Especially on the wide scale" [13:09] Natascha Sukhoi says, "That is a good point" [13:13] Eplison says, "The headaches are agonizing and can last for up to a hour" [13:22] Eplison says, "And do not let me get started on the deprivation of food" [13:31] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Yes, I was famished for a while" [13:35] Natascha Sukhoi says, "See that pile of wrappers" [13:44] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Part of the process" [13:46] Eplison says, "Sukhoi also ate 12 donk pockets" [13:52] Eplison says, "And almost ate all of the items in the vendor" [13:53] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I thought I'd eat the vending machine" [13:58] Natascha Sukhoi says, "AH YES and donk pockets" [14:11] Natascha Sukhoi says, "We'd have a food crisis" [14:24] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Everyone would eat like twelve times their normal intake" [14:45] Randal Greaves says, "Right, now away from the moral questioning. from a scientific one, could this ever be a mass market thing, obviously this sis early testing so the process is strenuous and long but, in the future, whether that be close or distant" [15:01] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Hmm" [15:07] Eplison says, "Mass Market thing? Companies like NT would try to capitalize on it" [15:16] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well there is that angle of things" [15:18] Eplison says, "Then again. The syndromes before leading to the resequencing of the brain" [15:24] Eplison says, "....can be very, very agonizing" [15:28] Natascha Sukhoi says, "But considering the difficulties of making it as well" [15:31] Randal Greaves says, "Exactly" [15:33] Natascha Sukhoi says, "It seems very costly" [15:39] Eplison asks, "Costly?" [15:42] Eplison says, "Hardly." [15:53] Randal Greaves asks, "What about food costs?" [15:54] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I mean, the doctor here put a lot of time and energy into it" [15:59] Eplison says, "I just need a sample of blood from whoever is infected with it.." [16:02] Natascha Sukhoi says, "And yes there is also the food costs" [16:05] Eplison says, "And you can make up to 30 vials a hour" [16:18] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "But have you perfected the virus?" [16:28] Randal Greaves says, "That definitely is a high number, but- yes exactly my thoughts" [16:29] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Because I mean I had two virus and a bunch of injections" [16:42] Eplison says, "It is quite stable. The headaches and the food depravation are needed in its life cycle" [16:48] Eplison says, "The virus needs foods. And simulates the gut to do so" [16:52] Eplison says, "Making the subject more hungry" [17:03] Randal Greaves asks, "What about un accounted variables?" [17:18] Randal Greaves says, "Like an illness, cold for example" [17:20] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Hmm I have no idea" [17:24] Natascha Sukhoi says, "That's for the doctor" [17:32] Eplison says, "I would like to think that the two viruses would clash with each other" [17:35] Randal Greaves says, "That could have drastic effects outside of a lab environment" [17:35] Eplison says, "Or ignore each other" [17:49] Randal Greaves says, "True, but still high risks" [18:13] Eplison says, "Randal. If you would want it. I can whip up a new sample for you to get" [18:21] Eplison says, "However. You would need to sign a waiver and get prescanned first" [18:51] Randal Greaves says, "A sample? I think I’m okay for now. besides we just got into questioning" [19:52] Randal Greaves asks, "Any who, epsilon. as i mentioned outside variables. how would you adjust to these if you did produce, what was it, 30 vials an hour?" [20:04] Eplison says, "Please do not mind this unit.....I need to take care of the monkeys first" [20:09] Eplison says, "..I will answer it later" [20:15] Randal Greaves says, "Very well" [21:50] Eplison says, "Just taking out the trash really" [21:56] Randal Greaves says, "...right" [22:10] Randal Greaves quietly, "Note he pushed a monkey into disposal" [22:17] Eplison asks, "What was that?" [22:29] Randal Greaves says, "Just for the recorder, got to document everything" [22:32] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Yes" [22:50] Eplison says, "I see you are back from your Semi SSD" [23:07] Randal Greaves asks, "Well welcome back, is this also a side effect? or a separate issue?" [23:10] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Yes, yes I was just concentrating on the new capacity" [23:29] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Not necessarily, I was just.. looking into it" [24:37] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "Is this even contagious, doctor?" [24:49] Eplison says, "It is during the first stage" [24:50] Randal Greaves says, "Of course, now as i asked epsilon while you were... focusing. if this was mass produced so soon in its testing, how would you adjust to outside variables. such as an illness. or even a physical one," [24:55] Eplison says, "Which is the drooling." [25:04] Eplison says, "As for your question Greaves" [25:38] Eplison says, "Personally. I make sure that everything is running efficiently but I also prioritize on the effects of my bacteria and viruses" [25:51] Eplison says, "If it is too unstable or risky. I would like to finetune it more first" [25:55] Eplison says, "Before deciding it is ready for the open market" [26:37] Randal Greaves says, "Obviously, I was just wondering seeing as how large scale the universe and its diversity is. many variables need to be accounted for" [26:55] Natascha Sukhoi says, "We don't even know how xeno minds would work, for instance" [27:01] Randal Greaves says, "And obviously NT would not want new research to cost them" [27:06] Eplison says, "Sukhoi" [27:10] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "Yes?" [27:24] Eplison says, "That statement if false. If it is able to reach my emulated mind.." [27:29] Eplison says, "Also known as a positronic brain" [27:36] Eplison says, "It should be able to affect all sentient beings" [27:42] Eplison says, "Regardless of language." [27:48] Randal Greaves asks, "Yes but to what effect?" [27:59] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well.. there is no real objective to it" [28:06] Randal Greaves says, "Side effects could be disastrous" [28:08] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I mean as far as I rationalize it" [28:23] Eplison says, "The only side effects currently is during its development stage" [28:26] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "Do you think it is dependent on intelligence?" [28:37] Eplison says, "I am confident that there will be no other side effects" [28:42] Eplison says, "As for Sukhoi's question" [28:52] Eplison says, "I believe one must possess a sort of 'sentience' before it can affect you" [28:57] Natascha Sukhoi says, "But i mean" [29:07] Natascha Sukhoi says, "If a , say, skrell was to receive this virus" [29:13] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "Do you think it would be more potent?" [29:25] Eplison says, "This is the first test after all. I would need more tests" [29:28] Eplison says, "But theoretically yes." [29:34] Eplison says, "As the virus resequences the brain cells" [29:37] Eplison says, "Making it more potent" [29:39] Natascha Sukhoi shouts, "Please let me know of further tests!" [29:42] Natascha Sukhoi says, "This is amazing" [29:50] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I must be present" [29:54] Randal Greaves says, "Hmm..." [30:10] Randal Greaves says, "I would wish to attend also, or at least document the effects" [30:29] Eplison says, "I will make sure to invite all of you. If I dare make such an experiment again" [30:32] Eplison says, "To. rather" [30:47] Eplison says, "The risks in the development stage are too much" [30:54] Eplison says, "Sukhoi almost died during one critical moment" [31:08] Randal Greaves asks, "So this will not be replicated?" [31:17] Eplison says, "Possibly. Until I manage to isolate its causes" [31:18] Eplison says, "And reduce it" [31:28] Natascha Sukhoi says, "As a researcher I would say this requires refining" [31:39] Randal Greaves says, "Obviously" [31:40] Natascha Sukhoi says, "But the concept is solid" [31:54] Eplison says, "So the ongoing theory is this:" [32:02] Eplison says, "First" [32:16] Eplison says, "The virus enters the bloodstream. Making its way to the brain" [32:31] Eplison says, "It begins to 'brutally' resequences the brain cells. Causing headaches to the host" [32:50] Randal Greaves says, "That. that does sound extremely painful and dangerous" [32:54] Eplison says, "Secondly." [33:01] Eplison says, "A separate team of bacteria populate the hosts body" [33:11] Eplison says, "They simulate the gut causing the host to feel hungry" [33:20] Eplison says, "The food goes into production of the v-" [lights cut out] [33:23] Randal Greaves says, "Ah" [33:31] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Whoa" [33:36] Eplison says, "Let me just...Continue on" [33:41] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well there goes the power" [33:44] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Nods" [33:53] Eplison says, "The gut also simulates the glands responsible for saliva at this point" [33:59] Eplison says, "I meant the virus" [34:13] Eplison says, "The saliva is highly contagious. The virus being in it" [34:29] Randal Greaves asks, "Due to the extensive... changes. can he be considered human?" [34:45] Eplison says, "Yes. Theoretically" [34:53] Eplison says, "Think of the brain as a building material" [34:56] Randal Greaves says, "Hmm" [35:00] Eplison says, "The virus just tears it down and modifies it to be better" [35:07] Randal Greaves says, "And there go the moral questions again" [35:35] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well yes about artificial evolution and so forth" [35:39] Natascha Sukhoi says, "But I mean" [36:04] Randal Greaves says, "In a day to day, humans are widely known for being xenophobic, how do you feel normal people would react in a civilian environment" [36:11] Natascha Sukhoi says, "It's only the way we will go eventually" [36:23] Eplison says, "Anyways" [36:30] Eplison asks, "Mind if I continue with my theory?" [36:40] Randal Greaves says, "Yes sorry" [36:53] Eplison says, "Right. So, the virus enters a dormant state after remodification" [37:06] Eplison says, "Co-existing peacefully with the host. Living and dying with it" [37:10] Eplison says, "If my theory is correct. During the 'resequencing' event" [37:20] Eplison says, "The virus has a secretion which allows said gift to manifest" [37:28] Randal Greaves says, "Hmm" [37:57] Eplison asks, "What do the both of you think of this theory?" [38:14] Randal Greaves says, "I feel it is most likely a sound hypothesis" [38:17] Eplison says, "After all. It is just a theory" [38:30] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well from my limited knowledge of biology" [38:32] Randal Greaves says, "But obviously need more test subjects to be confirmed" [38:57] Natascha Sukhoi says, "It seems that makes sense" [39:34] Eplison says, "Since we are stuck in the dark..." [39:40] Eplison asks, "Do you mind if the both of you work overtime?" [39:46] Eplison says, "After all. I also need more test from Sukhoi" [39:49] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well" [39:51] Randal Greaves says, "Hmm" [39:56] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "What else do you require?" [40:06] Eplison says, "Possibly a sample of your brain cells" [40:11] Eplison says, "....In a high risk surgery" [40:13] Natascha Sukhoi says, "UHHH" [40:18] Randal Greaves says, "Well one could be long term effects on mental health" [40:29] Randal Greaves says, "Definitely a factor" [40:33] Natascha Sukhoi says, "....right" [40:45] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well I don’t feel anything different in my metal state" [40:56] Eplison says, "Weird.." [40:59] Randal Greaves says, "For now, but your brain has been completely rewired" [41:04] Eplison says, "It should be able to heighten your senses" [41:04] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I mean we could uhhh" [41:08] Eplison says, "Since it has been modified efficiently" [41:14] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "... are you sure?" [41:18] Eplison says, "Possibly" [41:24] Eplison says, "Maybe they will manifest themselves in the long run" [41:33] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Well" [41:41] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I did scan myself" [41:49] Randal Greaves asks, "Yes?" [41:55] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Yes" [42:02] Randal Greaves says, "And..." [42:11] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Part of the reason why I was so straightforward to this test" [42:18] Natascha Sukhoi says, "If something went wrong I could be cloned" [42:30] Randal Greaves says, "Hmm" [42:49] Randal Greaves says, "So if anything did go wrong you could return to your pre-test stage" [42:54] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Correct" [42:57] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I mean" [43:04] Randal Greaves says, "Without mental changes hopefully" [43:05] Eplison says, "....And you would have to suffer more" [43:09] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Not everyone would think like this but I've been cloned a.. few times" [43:11] Eplison says, "From the headaches and the...hunger" [43:19] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Oh .... preferably NO of course" [43:20] Randal Greaves says, "Ah, i personally have been cloned once" [43:31] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Yeah the first time is always very... odd" [43:37] Randal Greaves says, "Indeed" [43:46] Natascha Sukhoi says, "... changing subjects" [43:51] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "Does anyone have a crowbar?" [43:55] Eplison says, "No" [43:56] Randal Greaves says, "No" [44:04] Eplison says, "We have to work overtime then" [recording breaks] [44:40] Eplison asks, "....What?" [44:45] Natascha Sukhoi asks, "What?" [44:48] Natascha Sukhoi says, "Nothing at all..." [44:49] Randal Greaves says, "Hmm" [44:50] Eplison says, "..Nothing" [44:56] Randal Greaves says, "The mental effects I mentioned" [45:12] Natascha Sukhoi says, "I was just receiving some uhhh mental interference" [45:25] Randal Greaves says, "Right" [46:31] Recording stopped. Post-Analysis Memo NSS Aurora Virology Lab ________________________________________ Analysis determined the existence of a GNAv2-based viral lifeform. Designation: stamm #7077 Antigen: FV Transmitted By: Airborne Rate of Progression: 100 Species Affected: Human, Monkey, Dionna, Space-Adapted Human, Skrell, Neaera, V'krexi, Vaurca Worker, Vaurca Warrior, Vaurca Breeder Symptoms: (1) Saliva Effect Strength: Average Verosity: 255 (2) Headache Strength: Average Verosity: 345 (3) Telepathy Syndrome Strength: Average Verosity: 15 (4) Appetiser Effect Strength: Average Verosity: 90 ________________________________________ Additional Notes:
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    Character Review/ feedback - Randal Greaves

    MORE changes in the spooky ghost event yesterday randal lost his left leg, and figuring as how easy it is to add prosthetics in character set up, i removed his left leg, and changed some records and flavour. Flavour -leg: his right is well built defined legs; speckled with body hair. and his left while in shape is identical, is free of any blemishes and is slightly off in skin tone compared to the rest of his body. - foot: the right is thin and long. the left is a flipped mimic of the right, free of blemishes or hair. Records: - Med: IMPORTANT INFORMATION -prosthetic Right hand(bishop) -prostetic left leg (synth) -prosthetic left foot(synth) - Sec: RACE: Caucasian IDENTIFYING FEATURES: Brown Hair Green Eyes Pale Skin Prosthetic Right Hand(bishop) Prostetic Left Leg(synth) Prostetic Left Foot(synth) 5.4 ft
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    Cassy Hendricks - Feedback

    looks to my char thread *insert tumbleweed*. no pretty sure you just have a good character,
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    Character Review/ feedback - Randal Greaves

    more flavour changes, as well as records and exploits: general: standing around 165cm tall. his clothes are generally ruffled, and his brown hair looks equally ruffled. he wears Black square glasses; underneath you can see, nervous bright green eyes, with surrounding light bags. he has a light, scattered, stubble dotted around his lower face. his body is thin with light body hair covering his arms and a prosthetic right hand. he talks with a slight english accent. (both face and head flavor has been removed for the time being) apart from that slight word fixes in other flavor boxes. oh and records and exploits are finished (for now). feel free to tell me any improvements or things i've missed. Medical: NAME: [Greaves, Randal] BIRTHDATE: [25/08/2642] SPECIES: [Human] HEIGHT: [165 cm/ 5.4 feet] EYE COLOR: Green HAIR COLOR: Brown RACE/ETHNICITY: English/ Caucasian HYPERTENSION: N/A SPOKEN LANGUAGES: [sol common/Sign/ Ceti Basic] PREFERRED LANGUAGE: [sol Common] NEXT OF KIN: [N/A] EMERGENCY CONTACT: [N/A] LAST UPDATE: [05/02/2460] IMPORTANT INFORMATION -prosthetic Right hand -Requires Prescription Glasses POSTMORTEM INSTRUCTIONS: Cloning procedures Employment: EDUCATION SUMMARY: Basic CURRENT QUALIFICATIONS: Nal'tor CURRENT CERTIFICATIONS: Passed Nal'tor EMPLOYMENT HISTORY [Nanostrasen] [January 23rd 2460] -- [january 23rd 2465] [bartender - serving drinks and entertaining Crew] [Reason for Departure/Termination] [Notes] Sec:RACE: Caucasian IDENTIFYING FEATURES: Brown Hair Green Eyes Pale Skin Prosthetic Right Hand 5.4 ft THREAT ASSESSMENT: - Mostly Harmless - has access to beanbag shotgun - In CQC is to be considered Mostly Harmless Additional Notes: - Tends to look for peaceful solutions - Has been sent to medical for Substance abuse (alcohol) Exploit: - Trusting - Commonly Seen With Cass Hendricks - Will look for a Non-lethal solution and commonly one without combat - Weak - emotionally unstable Born 25/08/2643 in Sol - England, to a single father, Steven Greaves. mother Unknown. The Father is an influential writer to many acclaimed books in sol. He was kept isolated from social interaction as a child with his father interacting him second hand, by leaving messages or notes. his childhood was surrounded with forms of media, books, holos and pieces of history. leaving him to learn social interactions and etiquette from said media. his father had no steep expectations from his son, but it was important that he was well educated in english and especially literature. for the majority of his life was spent alone watching and reading. at his seventeenth birthday Randal wished to see the galaxy after spending a year surrounding himself with old scifi. his father agreed, only if it could be documented and used for his writing. Using his influence and wealth it was easy to fake medical records and education records to get Randal a job as a bartender to increase chance of social interaction and writing material. A synthetic monkey was created to record and keep tabs on the son; along with numerous informants.
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