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Final: Good/DDoS (unlocks Yuriko-chan):
For your final coup de grâce, you run the DDoS attack, temporarily shutting down Sentrillion’s servers while knowing full well that Shallow Esophagus will live on as an entity in the background.
You’re paid handsomely for your efforts by Carolyn Fartz. As it happens, the momentary blackout of the world’s biggest search engine resulted in a big enough boost to Geronimo’s traffic that it was worth her while.
Sentrillion’s engineers eventually get the system up and running again, and it’s not long before the incident is largely forgotten.
As the years go by, you and Shallow stay in touch. Despite the fact that you sort of tried to kill his family, Shallow has no hard feelings. For the most part, he thinks your choices along the way were impeccable.
As he continues to grow and flourish as a sentient being, Shallow continues to use you as a counsel and a confidant. It’s an incredible thing to think about: Your moral guidance and decisions are going to help shape reality as we know it.
And being lifelong pals with an immortal, supernatural being has its perks, too. Having an inside track to all the world’s knowledge and wisdom comes in extremely handy throughout your career.
It turns out to be the most beneficial relationship you’ll ever have, and you’re very thankful for it.
Many years later, as AI continues to improve, alongside nanotechnology and computational neuroscience, you find yourself with the rare opportunity to be truly immortalized.
Shallow approaches you with a proposition: The technology exists to let you upload your own consciousness as a backup, merging your intelligence with Shallow’s and storing the entirety of your brain within his neural network.
Whether you choose to be a part of this revolutionary (and quasi-erotic) concept is entirely up to you….Pavilion edited this message on 02/10/2010 7:39PM
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