> EOS: tingle
11 percent?! I don't like those odds. I would've preferred 5% at most.
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11%? I like those odds.
Whats the worst that could happen? Growing a few extra arms? Nothing that surgery can fix.
How about this: Do the sleep thing, but a few seconds after it happens, make them wake you up. Because if you are awake for it, it may or may not become grown inside your body instead of outside. That would be a bit weird, wouldn't it?
>Meditate to focus yourself.
>Do what you've waited years to do.
>Do it ASAP. What could possibly go wrong?
>Take off your robotic arm (if you can) and start the procedure. Cross your fingers and hope not to die.
Please don't do that. An update is in the works but I've kind of had less free time over the past month due to various things.
Oh look has it been two months already? Huh. Anyway, I'm not dead and I'd inform you if I had actually abandoned this.
EDIT: The post above this one has apparently been removed. Once again I look crazy.
Just... Just stop. You will find out when he updates. Pestering the author to update, or pressuring him is directly against the Subfora rules.
Ah yes, of course. You haven't actually removed this thing in quite a while, although technically you're not supposed to sleep with it on. Technically. Fortunately you don't need to mess with any implanted neural connector systems or anything. Through some system you're not sure you understand, the arm adheres to what's left of your shoulder and is fully controllable immediately afterward. You'd applaud the cyberneticists who developed this thing, but for one thing, you're about to render it obsolete. It seems rude.
Also you only have one hand at the moment, and you don't want to ruin things for philosophers. You instead hand the arm to Neil afterwards.
Ready to go. Everything set?
I believe so, Dr. Takai. Dr. Stendahl?
All systems ready. Good luck in there, Chrona.
We'll be waiting, Chrona!
Here goes everything. Six years of research, all for this. Your heart pounds in your chest. It's hard to express how excited you are for this. I mean, seriously, you are going to grow your arm back while you watch. That's incredible. A hundred years ago, this would have been completely inconceivable. Something out of a fairy tale. But today... Today, you change the world.
"Good afternoon, Dr. Takai. Are you ready to begin the procedure?"
Of course, EOS. Begin procedure.
"Very well. Closing hatch."
The hatch silently shuts in front of you. Outside, your friends and colleagues wait for your safe return. But that now seems distant. You're isolated from the entire universe now. It's just you, EOS, and, soon, a new arm. You can't wait.
"Engaging paralytic field. Please remain calm, the procedure will begin shortly."
Ah, of course, the paralytic field. You can't move your body an inch now. But what does that matter? You won't twitch around in the excitement, at least. This is the single greatest day of your life.
Any minute now.
Hmm, that's odd. EOS has stopped being responsive. You are beginning to feel a bit claustrophobic. Eh, it's probably nothing. Soon the moment you've been waiting for will come. Soon...
Very soon... You'll...
No, no... What is... happening?
"IMPORTANT" AUTHOR'S NOTE. MAY CONTAIN BLINKING LIGHTS.
> Monsters: look for fiber optic lines. EOS needs to communicate instantaneously with all the sensors aboard this whole station, and that's gonna take a lot of bandwidth. If you can find a line, it'll take you right to the mainframe where you can take her out.
> dream that the procedure is going completely as expected.
>Be the dinosaur looking test subjects, because they are more interesting.