Robot Apocalypse

Robot Apocalypse
#26
RE: Robot Apocalypse
>PANIC!!!
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#27
RE: Robot Apocalypse
Check status and place.

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You are still located in the target facility. You don't have a detailed map or specific information regarding your location.

The Super Long Range Transmitter in your inventory has been irreparably damaged.

Your Bloodlust remains unsatiated, at max level.

Your have received no damage, and all your systems are functioning normally.

Look for internet/radio connection to contact HQ

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Unfortunately, the High Command is outside the range of any communications except the SLR Transmitter. Without it, your mission is impossible to complete. Fortunately, you haven't been equipped with the ability to comprehend futility.

Read paper pasted on wall

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This is probably a maintenance checklist of some sort. You can't decipher anything on this paper, however... this line along the left side is a sequence of symbols. Your translator is able to collect a considerable amount data from this. Your understanding of the language has improved considerably.

Roll, Roll, Roll.

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You roll your way through the vent as quick as you can.

Next.

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Bumping open a lose grate, you fall into a dark room. You find a secure looking door, and most of the room is taken up by a huge pile of, uh...

Next.

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Next.

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Next.

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Next.

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You reel at the sheer number. This is likely a mass grave of nearly 100 robots - disassembled, smashed and destroyed models very similar to yourself.
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#28
RE: Robot Apocalypse
>Flip the fuck out

>Find whatever spare parts you can store, ESPECIALLY SLR transmitters. THere's got to be one you can install somewhere. Or maybe a bigger arm.
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#29
RE: Robot Apocalypse
>Attempt to cannibalize remains for parts
>Prioritize repair/improvement of self, secondary priority of creating additional shells to assist in task.
>Optional: Subjugate/Enthrall additional shells, ensuring compliance towards objective.
>Optional: Offload excess bloodlust to additional instances, resulting in general bloodlust rise while temporarily reducing odds of bloodlust overload.
>If repair impossible/unviable, dedicate remains as tribute to THE COMPUTER, and flag the site for post-mission recycling.
Quiet. Good for an unusual opinion. Doesn't talk much.
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#30
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>Based on what you witness, your model of robot may be disposable.
>Assess causes of deactivation of those robots.
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#31
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>Shed your bitter robotic tears. This is about more than a mission now, this is revenge for the fallen.
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>They deserved it, they were weak.
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#32
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> Bloodlust Overload sequence: initiate.
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#33
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Restore robots so they can assist you.

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You examine the broken robots to see if there's any hope of repairing them... but it looks like all of their vital electronics are missing. Each one has been stripped down to a shell of scrap metal and wires.

Look for spare parts.

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All the robots seem to have had their inventories emptied and lack any upgrades. However, there does seem to be one part of interest - an Optical Laser Lens.

Next.

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You begin connecting to the part, and it integrates easily into your Eye.

Next.

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Your eye now produces a beam of light, burning whatever you look at! You give it a try, sweeping it across a section of wall.

It doesn't quite burn through metal, but it would probably do significant damage to weaker things.

Assess causes of deactivation.

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The robots all seem to exhibit physical damage of one sort or another. You aren't sure what did this, but these all seem to have met violent ends.

Bloodlust Overload.

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You are already so seething with bloodlust, so you decide to attempt offloading the excess by turning your laser back on - wait, the laser is already on... It doesn't look like you can actually turn this thing off.
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#34
RE: Robot Apocalypse
>Attempt to separate Laser lens from eye, place lens in inventory.
>Climb pile of fallen to reach upper area, attempt to read sign
Quiet. Good for an unusual opinion. Doesn't talk much.
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#35
RE: Robot Apocalypse
>Blast the fucking camera with the laser.
>Throw box near the vents in the button
Duck, duck, duck, duck, GHOOST.
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#36
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>Carve graffiti into wall with laser.
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#37
RE: Robot Apocalypse
(09-25-2018, 12:48 AM)typeandkey Wrote: »>Carve graffiti into wall with laser.

Specifically, graffiti that is effectively the markings of a laser disco ball at five hundred thousand rpm, all over the wall.
Noot noot doot doot.


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#38
RE: Robot Apocalypse
(09-25-2018, 12:48 AM)typeandkey Wrote: »>Carve particularly rude graffiti into wall with laser.

Better.
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#39
RE: Robot Apocalypse
>Try to find and assimilate a switch to gain TOGGLBILITY
This is not the original Juddy. We made a deal because we use the same username, and I own this account now. I am the owner. It is me. Totally worth giving up a reddit account with high karma for a forum account with adventures I read
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#40
RE: Robot Apocalypse
Attempt to separate laser lens from eye.

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You don't seem to have the ability to deintigrate parts you've assimilated. At least not without resorting to drastic measures...

Try to find a switch to gain togglbility.

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There doesn't appear to be any around here, but it's a good thing to keep an eye out for. For now, you can at least close your eye to make it stop.

Blast the camera with the laser.

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You aren't sure that was a camera, but whatever it was you make short work of it.

Carve particularly rude graffiti into the wall with laser.

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You draw some sort of smelly animal. This is sure to offend whoever finds it, you assume.

Throw box at the button.

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It looks to be a storage component from one of the robots. You give it a toss at the button, which sounds a buzzer indicating that your attempt was unsuccessful. You guess the door is locked.

Upon hitting the ground, the compartment comes open, and a small pry bar falls out.

Climb pile of fallen to reach upper area.

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You clamber up the pile, knocking a couple robots loose as you do. This doesn't seem very stable.

Next.

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As you near the top, the pile collapses, sending you and other robots rolling down. In the resulting laser sweep, you happen to sever the cable hanging nearby.
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#41
RE: Robot Apocalypse
>OH NO! No that cable! Anything but that cable!
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#42
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>Put the small pry bar in your inventory for later pry bar needs.
>Sever all the cables
>Try to stack the robots to the vents and then use the pry bar to open it.
Duck, duck, duck, duck, GHOOST.
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#43
RE: Robot Apocalypse
Try to laser open the door by slowly lasering the edges

If someome comes to check out the noise, hide in the pile, and then BLIND THEM WHEN THEY GET CLOSE
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