Misc. Curiosity

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  • #1526

    SLotH4
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    1. Can a 4th+ dimensional being die of old age?

    2. Did you ever post Delyander the Indulgent’s STG File? I saw mention in the old chatroom convos, but it wasn’t posted to FFnet.

    3. How is the Severity structured? Is it a bubble encompassing ALL the galaxies under reaper influence? Or is it individual bubbles around each individual galaxy? You mentioned thoi’an seeds heading to between Milky Way and Andromeda being outside reaper influence.

    4. Which aliens can be raised human? Like the Infiltraitors of Renegade Reinterpretations. Your aliens are so much more complex than canon.

    5. After unmaking a specific protein and erasing the batarians, was that protein ever made real again, or was it left nonexistent even with the batarians gone? Was that protein truly unique only to Khar’shan (which we know was populated with multiple off-world biomes)?

    6. Have the geth programs of Prime 302 been separated from the Consensus long enough to become unique and distinct? Could Prime 302 become the PV Legion?

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  • #1530

    Logical Premise
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    1. Can a 4th+ dimensional being die of old age?

    A being that can perceive the fourth dimension certainly can — like the Time Lords.

    A being that is omnipresent — a true 4+ dimensional creature — can’t die of age anymore than you can die of ‘length’ or ‘width’. The best way to describe it is, just like we 3-d creatures can be ANYWHERE in three dimensions but only at a particular set at a particular time, a 4-d creature is limited to subset based on their dimensional makeup and that of any observer.

    A 4-d only creature, for example, would be able to know about you from future meetings the first time you met, but YOUR perceptions would still be limited.

    2. Did you ever post Delyander the Indulgent’s STG File? I saw mention in the old chatroom convos, but it wasn’t posted to FFnet.

    No, I haven’t been able to find a set of words describing the munchkin levels of cheese he evokes.

    Srsly, he could one hit kill Shepard and Tetrimus in a single round.

    3. How is the Severity structured? Is it a bubble encompassing ALL the galaxies under reaper influence? Or is it individual bubbles around each individual galaxy? You mentioned thoi’an seeds heading to between Milky Way and Andromeda being outside reaper influence.

    The Severity is a series of bubbles extending from a field projected by the mass relay network — which is actually it’s primary purpose, travel is secondary. These are ‘linked’ by gateway and power stations in dark space where Reapers hang out between nom-nom-nomings.

    Due to their need for Godpower just to exist, most Reapers tend to ‘power down’ between harvests. While the entire Local Group is under Reaper domination, galaxies farther out may or may not be. They only control thirty or so.

    4. Which aliens can be raised human? Like the Infiltraitors of Renegade Reinterpretations. Your aliens are so much more complex than canon.

    Asari can be raised as humans with zero difficulty. Batarian males and salarian males can be raised with very minor difficulty, although neither will have their races views on sexuality or females.

    Salarian females and drell females, due to egg laying, can be raised as humans but will have a lot of questions. Krogan, drell males, and quarians would have even more issues.

    Turian mindsets have been so warped and bred into the very structure of their genetics by the Palavanus that raising one on a human world (even aside from the chirality issues and sexual … complications) is extremely challenging. In particular, the vast majority of turian children (92%) are mostly very unlikely to be able to develop normally. Outcast turian children might fare better.

    I should not even have to bring up volus or vorcha. Elcor are so different than humans that it would be extremely challenging.

    5. After unmaking a specific protein and erasing the batarians, was that protein ever made real again, or was it left nonexistent even with the batarians gone? Was that protein truly unique only to Khar’shan (which we know was populated with multiple off-world biomes)?

    The Unmaking accidentally killed off a few other species. The protein can re-arise naturally.

    6. Have the geth programs of Prime 302 been separated from the Consensus long enough to become unique and distinct? Could Prime 302 become the PV Legion?

    You will find out all you need to know about our poor friend Prime 302 in upcoming chapters. However, what he has gone through has put his collection of programs waaaaaaaaaaaaay beyond anything Legion ever experienced.

    Purge the alien. Kill the heretic. Suffer not the witch to live.

  • #1532

    SLotH4
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    Asari can be raised as humans with zero difficulty. Batarian males and salarian males can be raised with very minor difficulty, although neither will have their races views on sexuality or females.

    Does this mean that human-raised batarians wouldn’t feel the need to dominate and rape and all the other stupid shit they got up to? It seemed more innate rather than cultural in the Cerberus Files.

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  • #1537

    Logical Premise
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    Asari can be raised as humans with zero difficulty. Batarian males and salarian males can be raised with very minor difficulty, although neither will have their races views on sexuality or females.

    A batarian male raised by humans would not take on such beliefs. The source of said beliefs is a mix of cultural issues, the very limited intellectual abilities of batarian females, and the warping influence of the Dark Gods, which has a tendency towards making batarians (and anyone else) vicious, cruel, and dismissive of life.
    Does this mean that human-raised batarians wouldn’t feel the need to dominate and rape and all the other stupid shit they got up to? It seemed more innate rather than cultural in the Cerberus Files.

    Purge the alien. Kill the heretic. Suffer not the witch to live.

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