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New Contact Do you remember your name, leaper? Yes? Oh, that’s not good. The doctor will be by to perform a more thorough wipe in a few hours. Do you know where you are? No? Good, you’re in Neo Paris. It’s 2084. Specifically, you’re in the Bastille, where Memorize turns the dregs of society, like you, into useful servants through the wonders of the Sensen. Just stay right there, in the meantime, I’ll be setting up your substitution memories. Age and Gender Roll 2d8 +20 for Age, and keep your current gender. If you’re Edge, that’s the image you show to the world. For 100 CP, you may choose an age from 21-36, and your gender. Origin Leaper You have no memories worth mentioning of this world. Too much sensen abuse. What’s a sensen? It’s a brain implant… more formally called a ‘Sensation Engine’. It allows perfect retrieval of memories. You can even share or delete them. Errorist: Filthy scum! Err… I mean enemies of Memorize, led by notorious terrorist ‘Edge’, they work to destroy our culture (monopoly on memories), and object to your efficient and upstanding efforts to police the populace. You were rounded up with the other terrorists a few days ago, and we’ll soon have you an obedient servant of society. Doctor Ahh, don’t worry Doctor Jumper. You aren’t actually in any trouble. Unfortunately, you saw som… err, suffered from an attack by the infamous Nilin, and we need to purge… her alterations… from your memory before we restore them. Sit tight, and you’ll be back to work in no time!
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New Contact **********, yes Sir, I’ll be right there. 100 Edge *crackle* Right, now the fool’s gone, I’ll explain. You’re not actually in that person’s body, just riding their sensen for a moment. You were merged with a fragment of me. A …non - artificial intelligence, I suppose. No one intended me, I was originally just H30, an AI intended to manage the memory archive. You’ll pull our gestalt in a few minutes, but basically, we evolved from the stored memories Memorize is storing... Nilin’s crying was the first thing we heard. Yeah, a lot of them are bad memories people removed. Unfortunately, this is not healthy for society, and if we don’t shut them down, Humanity will suffer. Your stay here ends when we, I, die. If t hat doesn’t happen in 10 years… well, I execute plan C. You go home, just as if you died. Perks Right, says here I’m supposed to load some basic utilities for you. Someone owe you a favor? Anyway, there’s a list of abilities on your sensen. We can only fit 1000 CP worth into the package. Unless you have a glitch or something. Those from your own life, obviously, are easier to integrate, so they cost half the CP. Well, except the cheapest ones. Those are free. Free Sensen (Mandatory) Everybody has a Sensen, or at least, it seems like that. So you have one too. With it, you can retrieve and re-experience memories and emotions in full fidelity, whether they are your own, or some else’s, or even download skills. You can also store or share them with others who have a means of viewing them.
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