Tag: Morphs

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  • Morph

    Your Morph is the body that your [[Ego]] is inhabiting at any given time. It could be the physical body you were born with, or perhaps a robotic shell you're occupying temporarily. Your Morph determines your capabilities in the physical world, with some …

  • Biomorphs

    Biomorphs are fully biological sleeves (usually equipped with implants), birthed naturally or in an exowomb, and grown to adulthood either naturally or at an accelerated rate. Those that don't house original egos (i.e. children) are grown without minds …

  • Pods

    For game-mechanical purposes, Pods are considered Biomorphs. Pods (from “pod people”) are vat-grown, biological bodies with extremely undeveloped brains that are augmented with an implanted computer and cybernetics system. Though typically run by an AI …

  • Synthetic Morphs

    Synthetic morphs are completely artificial/robotic. They are usually operated by AIs or via remote control, but the lack of available biomorphs after the Fall meant that many infugees resorted to resleeving in robotic shells, which were also cheaper, …

  • Exotic Morphs

    These morphs are not available from [[Background | Backgrounds]], but may be chosen as [[Gear]] at character creation. *[[Exotic Biomorphs]]* *[[Exotic Pods]]* *[[Exotic Synthetic Morphs]]*

  • Exotic Synthetic Morphs

    *Biocore:* Originally designed by a scum engineer who just wanted to see if it could be done, the biocore is a synthmorph with a biological brain. The design has since spread to those who wish to enjoy the advantages of sleeving in a synthmorph without …

  • Exotic Pods

    *Ayah:* Despite the advances in biotechnology, the hyperelite still need caretakers for their children and infirm. The ayah pod morph is designed to fulfill all nurse and caretaker functions. Rather than trust lower-class transhumans, hyperelites prefer …

  • Exotic Biomorphs

    *Aquanaut:* Aquanauts are environmentally adapted for underwater activities. They have seen a revival on exoplanets with habitable seas and oceans. Their heart rate slows while underwater, their skin includes a layer of blubber that retains heat, they …