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|Real name undefined by words- Alias Geran Tangent|
Age:7th year of 15th Half-life (1,211 years)
Gender: N/A Male personality
Height: Variable; 225 cm in current form
Weight: Variable (weightless to immovable)
Notable features: Prosthetic left arm, integrated AI; Ahkoum778
|There isn't much to me. I'm vintage 1982, live beyond any real population, and worked at a ranch until 2016. Paranoid Schizophrenic since 1998. I guess the songs that describe me best are "Kerosene" by Pitchshifter and "Wrong" by Depeche Mode. I'm militantly southpaw, deal with it. My fandoms include MLP (not FIM), Tetris, and Lego. I don't watch much TV anymore, or entire movies. I'm boring and I can live with it. I choose death over surrender. I have few real life friends. (This dead heart feels nothing.) I consider myself an Industrial diamond, not good enough to be a gem. Could be worse...|
All I know is I'd not want my situation be the same as my location...Terminal.
|Vioran soldiers are the largest minority breed in the species. What makes them is a genetic factor, passed down from the females. This is present in the X chromosome (X and Y used for clarity), which if passed from a female with strong history produces the "mule" i.e. Soldiers. In consequence all are genetically male, but unable to breed.|
However, the genes responsible still have a profound negative effect. The defective X can affect males if the gene is active, when passed with a female who has an active X the result is an offspring with systemic genetic failure. Sadly they do not survive.
Currently a prospective control has been introduced. This individual is entering adolescence, but the effect isn't to propagate for millennia.