The bioforge is a brute force human engineering device, and with it comes the loss of biological autonomy
Another term for a clone production and storage facility
A large portable data drive that contains all the vital information for creating human clones
Post-Racial template for the Cosmic Era
Able Blank is a disposable asset, a walking talking abomination and crime against humanity.
Also known as ambrosia, nectar, bio-gel, and a dozen other copyrighted and patented trade names.
A secret project of the Anunnaki, the first post-human phenoclade
Phenocladistics is an emerging field of genetic engineering that differs from gene cleaning, augmentation, and cosmetic alterations. The creations of phenocladistic manipulation are capable of breeding true and creating more of their own kind, providing there is similar blood stock for them to breed with.
After the horrors of the Scranja war, Humanity found itself in a predicament that it had not faced since well before the birth of civilization. Scattered to the solar winds, and very nearly the victim of genocide, many of the isolated pockets of mankind faced population bottlenecks, and the possibility of failure from inbreeding. The Synthmen were a part of the solution.
A meretrix is a clone, or clone template that is used to create a sexual engineered humanoid
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Genimals are the stock and trade of BioCreches and one of the foundation technologies of the biosphere repair effort
Located in the Eurasian Alliance Balkanistan Principality, Vetmuara BioSciences is the bottom of the barrel for human cloning.
A foundation 'Secret' of the Cosmic Era
Sometimes you just can't keep a good man down
The UCC is a medium sized corporation that is slowly but surely growing to become a global powerhouse. It is deeply invested in legal, paramilitary, and criminal activities, and is composed entirely of clones.
Following the conclusion of the Human Genome Project, and the 2nd Human Genome project, it was just a matter of time and funding before human cloning not only became possible, but a profitable
Jemas Lorne, the most celebrated poet of the age, was found dead, clutching a fragment of verse torn from his journal. The tantalizing fragment spoke of wealth:
Golden sands, empty and cold,
Treasure's crypt, forgotten gold.
Under stone, ancestor's doom,
Noble's prize, troubadour's tomb.
Rumours claim that the poet's father, an eccentric nobleman, had hidden much of his wealth before his death. Perhaps the missing journal has more clues?