We have a good number of submissions that break down how we should vote, how we should comment, what we should say and what we shouldn't. We can post critique guidelines and how to be better commentors, but there is something that is more important than that.
All the voting and commentary guides in the world don't matter a lick if there is no one commenting, if there is no one voting. Go to Comment
I like the description details and the way it looks like the program resembles a kid growing as it evolves. But how the program communicates? I mean if it is so evasive, I highly doubt that it would leave a port open for outside communication. Is it used only when you hack locally? I guess it just randomly attacks without any specific target in the system. Also can you explain some specifics? It leaves sensitive data alone in first version but is it because it cannot break encryption or is it just to avoid detection by avoiding data which monitored closely? What are the specific abilities? Go to Comment
If you don't use magic how else can you get rid of them? Lots of molative cocktails? A sack of flour laced with ? That would pierced and then swung in a circle overhead as the "powder" would fall over the swarm? Go to Comment
I had to Google Paletes, and read up on the anime and manga from wiki. In the Cosmic Era, people on the Moon, or Mars, or any of the offworld colonies do not grow to extreme height because of the lack of gravity. They can and do alter their physical appearance, including height, weight, etc, but this is a function of genetic manipulation and deliberate augmentation. Go to Comment
I enjoy minutae like this because I am not an expert on how "sci-fi" domes actually operate or the different types. Thanks for the knowledge. Now I can use domes in my futuristic games and stories, without just saying "umm, it's a dome. What more do you want to know?!" Go to Comment