Comic 673 - Make a phone bot

Posted on 10th Dec 2017, 8:50 PM in Ghosts
Make a phone bot

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Morgenstern 10th Dec 2017, 8:50 PM edit delete
Morgenstern
You soak your blood into some bandages, and you wrap it around a cell phone. You give the phone enough bandages to support its weight, letting it walk around like a spider.

You send your phone bot into the power plant.

You spend some time considering the man further. He definitely has blood, and a living body--you can circulate your blood through his system, though you don't have enough in him to accomplish much even pooling it to one section or another. There's just... something off about his brain. Even when you try to circulate blood to his brain, there's a hard block of some kind--it's like his circulatory system's been rewired around his brain, which... doesn't make much sense.

His brain shouldn't be able to function without blood flow, and his veins completely bypass it. He's getting blood flow to his head, around the brain, but it's like his actual brain is... encased, somehow, isolated from the rest of his body. His blood flow is interrupted at other places, as well--likely where other cybernetic implants are located, though it would take a great deal of time mapping all that out with so little of your blood in him. It definitely feels like he's had a number of alterations made, though the majority of his body is still human.

Comments:

rufiangel 10th Dec 2017, 9:04 PM edit delete reply
rufiangel
This phone bot is amazingly weird and scary and cute. Omg.

Okay, uh... go for it, phone bot! You can do it! Climb those stairs again! I guess? XD;;;

A number of alterations, hmm... metal case around his brain? ._.
Xylas_Incarnum 10th Dec 2017, 9:18 PM edit delete reply
Xylas_Incarnum
Like I said earlier, he seems to be the inverse of a Cyberman. Fleshy everywhere but the main vital organs. instead of having your brain and central nervous system (without all the bones of the spine) being put into a metal exoskeleton.
Blue_Elite 10th Dec 2017, 9:19 PM edit delete reply
A real head case you could say. We might have to think outside the box on this one. X3
rufiangel 10th Dec 2017, 10:33 PM edit delete reply
rufiangel
At least it's a metal case and not a mental case we're dealing with? ;D
Blue_Elite 10th Dec 2017, 9:28 PM edit delete reply
Shall we call this Sanguine II or i-Sanguine? Because it seems to be a smaller, sleeker model without all the clunkiness.

Also do we want to send in Fuse (plus someone else for security) to try his luck at the lock when we start discussing negotiations for INFORMATION ABOUT WHO/WHERE RoboHobo IS SUPPLYING or avoid potentially getting Fuse in trouble and causing a breakdown in negotiations?
Quick Edit: If we send someone with Fuse it should be Michelle. She was so excited to do a drug bust and the only reason she'd be needed is if she needs to start busting.
rufiangel 10th Dec 2017, 10:32 PM edit delete reply
rufiangel
Yeah I can second this.

Also, RoboHobo XDD
Auron 10th Dec 2017, 9:28 PM edit delete reply
Use the bandages to just drop the phone by the guy and make noise. No need to let him know you have magic blood.
Blue_Elite 10th Dec 2017, 9:37 PM edit delete reply
We could pass it off as advanced cybernetics and build that into selling us off as a "special interests group" investigating Save The Queen as a public health concern (or something like that).
Crestlinger 11th Dec 2017, 12:31 AM edit delete reply
It Is a phone that can basically go anywhere. Call it (hehehe) Virison.
Guest 21st Dec 2017, 1:45 AM edit delete reply
Is his brain on a separate network to the rest of him? He didnt look like he had an external blood pack, and there certainly isn't enough room in the skull for all the stuff that it takes to have blood circulate, and stay oxidized, as well as get the brain all the necessary vitamins and proteins it'd normally get from the body