Sniff sniff, I smell awesome. Great visuals, but there is something missing. He is a half god, a wretched creature of half life and half death. He feels like a fantastic monster boss, but not really divine, or half divine. If it would not offend, I would like to try my hand at creating a half dead demigod. Go to Comment
I've never verified this, but I would be interested if someone was willing to try: If you blindfold a person and close their nose where they cannot smell, you cannot tell the difference between biting into an apple and biting into an onion. There is/was a gameshow on SyFy that was based on this entire premise, Blackout. Contestants were escorted into completely blacked out room and had to identify things using only certain other senses, such as touch only, or scent only.
it seems you've been eviscerated and eaten by a grue. Go to Comment
It was a random idea, and I thought of delving into Lassie or Rin Tin Tin but the only inspiration for this was Astro and Scooby. Plus this was written in one sitting, after waking up with an upset gut from too much Taco Bell. If you would like to add to it, there is an Add an Idea button, and I would like to see what you could do with the idea. Go to Comment
The difference between surrogacy and remote control is the difference between 'I walk forward' and 'I tell the unit to walk forward'.
Android heads are the same size as human heads. Most are fitted with Exo-Cranial cyberdecks to cover the hardware requirements. If I was an L/AISC and wanted my archandroid to have more computing power, I would have it customized to carry more electronics hardware in the torso, rather than carry it's brain in a purse.
L/AISC consciousness is similar to how you describe but not quite. There is a central intellect, but given it's size and ability to multi-task it basically has multiple personas and such. As for the archandroid, to use the organ metaphor, the android itself is no more self aware than one of our fingers. Go to Comment
I would like this item better if it were a regular blow, and not a crossbow. The arrows are interesting, though a few leave me cold. I dont care very much for the owl arrows or the hummingbird arrows. Still, all in all, a good submission. As for helping you with a bird religion, you might want to put that in the Sagely Advice area of the forum Go to Comment
Well, from a compositional perspective this is not a bad submission. There is plenty of detail, and the majority of the bases have been covered. The subject matter is going to be provocative, but that is probably the intent. If the intent was to be provocative, I think it needs to go further into the matter. Why do they milk humans? Wouldn't it make more sense for them to milk cattle or some other herbivore ruminant? The amount of milk produced is decidedly greater that what a human can produce. What do they do with the gathered milk? Drink it like whiskey, make tiny cheeses out of it? Do they eat humans, use human vellum to make their scrolls and books?
Thats an excellent visual, but instead of being isolated to one Tokyo? district, there are major Ko girl gangs in most major cities of the Pacific Rim Coalition, especially Nippon and Republic of California. The overall flavor and color palletes change, but a London Ko girl is fundamentally the same as a Beijing, New York, or Mexico City Ko girl Go to Comment