A teenage boy, aged at roughly fourteen and a half years since his first cells were created, sleeps in a lab. The boy has never awoken, a fact that will change very soon. Unfortunately for him he has not yet been assigned a name, and has been referred to as experiment 15629-B for what has been nearly a decade and a half. Nearby is a computer, which upon the boy's awakening, will generate a name and personality for the boy, as well as all the knowledge he would have missed out on during his slumber and then some. Now that the computer has reached 00:00:00:20, it will attempt to generate a name. What will this boy's name be?
Last Edit: Jan 10, 2017 16:35:39 GMT by heyitskane
The computer generates the name Morning Breath. This is what happens when you leave computers running for fourteen and a half years. The computer recognizes its error and begins to generate a new name, with only 00:00:00:05 left on the clock.
After 4.8 seconds of calculating, the computer finally generated a real sounding name. Appearantly, the person who designed the computer was also a fan of overused jokes. Anyways, in exactly 0.2 seconds, Ryan will be released from the tube and finally be able to explore. It's about damn time, thinks some random entity in what is presumably another plane of existance.
>computer: have a robofit about not being allowed to generate more stupid names and eject the meatling with force
You forcefully eject the meatling, and are so mad about it, that it looks really shitty in your computerized brain. The computer would then realize that it could generate names without the meatling, and continued to do so for several thousand years. You are now the meatling.
Last Edit: Jun 26, 2016 16:30:24 GMT by heyitskane
>Your muscles have atrophied! Flop around until you can find some steroids
You consume the liquid that housed you for the past 14.5 years, which functions as many things, including a steriod, antibiotic, and the cure for cancer. The liquid quickly deals with your atrophy, and your Stalwartness level goes from 0.5 to 7. You now have the strength slightly above the average humans, and are immune to cancer, as well as most diseases. Lucky you!
You look around to find the tube you were in for the past fourteen years, the liquid you just drank, the computer that generated your name, and is continually generating new ones, a seemingly sealed door, and a bizzare and slightly terrifying fleshy growth in the corner. You also examine the two walls that are invisible from the camera's point of view, but nothing seems to be on them, and thus they are not worth rendering. You of course say all of this out loud in the most mechanically feminine voice you can muster. You also take the time to examine the knowledge that was inserted into your brain a few seconds ago. You know that the current date is 7/15/2157, and you have a general overview of history, as well as science, mathematics, and general knowledge, but it appears that any information discovered past the date 1/1/2017 has been corrupted and failed to be ported to your conscience. You also feel around your body to discover a mysterious chip in the back of your neck, which seems to be constantly sending your memories to some database far away.
Upon flipping the switch, it sunk back into the wall and activated a mechanism that appears to have put a hole in the floor, as well as created a ladder. Are you sure you want to descend? There is still something you haven't interacted with yet.
Check out the fleshy thing in the corner. Can you eat it?
Eating the fleshy thing would be very ill advised. It looks simply repulsive, and could potentially have the capacity to kill you. Or not, you never really know with these fleshy things, do you? Of course not, as this is the first weird fleshy thing you have seen.
Moving on to a slightly different kind of chip, the microchip in the back of your neck is absurdly small. It is hooked up to your nervous system and seems to be constantly analyzing and exporting your medical data to some distant server.