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Approved Submission Species Augmentation Charts Update

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A minor update that adds more internal links, cleans up the formatting, includes new information on the birbs, and removes the Kohanians from the article.
 

Ametheliana

Sensei
Staff Member
Submissions Reviewer
FM of Nepleslia
FM of the Iromakuanhe
Game Master
You might want to explain the "Perfect/Immune" oxymoron for Nanomachines beyond just "NH-27".
 

Legix

FM of Nepleslia
Personally I don't really get the tables. Like... shouldn't Freespacers be perfect at everything since they're MACHINES?

And Yams. Nam (which is man backwards so obviously men too tho) should also be p perfect at everything.

TBH every species is p okay at all these things probably. So I dunno. This thing kinda confuses me
 

Syaoran

Staff Member
Submissions Reviewer
FM of Abwehr
The Abwehran part looks good to me, but you linked to Symbiotics at the bottom, but didn't link to it in the charts like cybernetics and pharmaceuticals
 

raz

SAINT Director
Site Supporter
FM of the Kudhacari
Geshrin are the civilian half of the NH-1 series, so I don't understand why they differ so drastically from Yamataians in how they interact with nanomachines and pharmaceuticals.

While Geshrin don't have digibrains and can still scar, the most average Geshrin will naturally be more fit than a Nepleslian/human who works to be fit:
Geshrin wiki said:
Geshrin are largely immune to disease, and are of superior intellect and body than their regular human counterparts.
Not saying that Geshrin should be super good, as they're certainly inferior to later civilian NH models. But the most significant improvements the NH-22C brought were a digital brain and being able to float, not how the body's immune system functions.
 
The Abwehran part looks good to me, but you linked to Symbiotics at the bottom, but didn't link to it in the charts like cybernetics and pharmaceuticals
I didn't link the Symbiotics Overview because of the fact that it - unlike the Cybernetics and the Medical Guide's section on drugs - is only for the Iromakuanhe.

Geshrin are the civilian half of the NH-1 series, so I don't understand why they differ so drastically from Yamataians in how they interact with nanomachines and pharmaceuticals.

While Geshrin don't have digibrains and can still scar, the most average Geshrin will naturally be more fit than a Nepleslian/human who works to be fit:

Not saying that Geshrin should be super good, as they're certainly inferior to later civilian NH models. But the most significant improvements the NH-22C brought were a digital brain and being able to float, not how the body's immune system functions.
Not to be rude @raz, but, well, I merely copied what the original article had for the Geshrin - and I can't seem to find the thread it was approved in, either, apart from this brief snippet.
 
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