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5th Nov '16 11:14:04 AM nombretomado
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* In ''IlivaisX'', the Phonos Weapons (which include the titular mech) are supposed to use their pilots like this. While they CAN be used with motion control, they tend to be controlled via mind synchronization. The four pilots are altered to be fragile, intelligent, and highly emotionally derailed, because the intent is that they stay in their unit until they are destroyed (which, given their effective regeneration and the pilots' immortality, may well never happen), turning into sentient processors for their machines.

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* In ''IlivaisX'', ''Literature/IlivaisX'', the Phonos Weapons (which include the titular mech) are supposed to use their pilots like this. While they CAN be used with motion control, they tend to be controlled via mind synchronization. The four pilots are altered to be fragile, intelligent, and highly emotionally derailed, because the intent is that they stay in their unit until they are destroyed (which, given their effective regeneration and the pilots' immortality, may well never happen), turning into sentient processors for their machines.
18th Sep '16 7:59:38 PM Sark0TAG
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* The fanmade mod "Marathon: Rubicon" features an AI named Haller at the beginning, who is known to be a wetware AI. [[spoiler:Tycho explains later that Durandal destroyed him out of jealousy.]]

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* The fanmade mod "Marathon: Rubicon" features an AI named Haller at the beginning, who is known to be a wetware AI. [[spoiler:Tycho explains later that You are assigned by Durandal destroyed him to retrieve his wetware chip and send it off in a shuttle to evacuate Haller from his heavily damaged spaceship, ''UESC Chimera''. [[spoiler:However, Tycho later reveals that mission to have been a set-up, as Durandal intercepted the shuttle and in turn cannibalized Haller out of jealousy.]]
1st Sep '16 2:04:14 PM OrangeDog
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* At the end of ''VideoGame/DeusEx'', you are given the choice of merging your character's consciousness with an AI called Helios. The sequel shows that this was the canon choice.

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* At the end of ''VideoGame/DeusEx'', you are given the choice of merging your character's consciousness with an AI called Helios. The sequel shows that this was the canon choice.
15th Aug '16 6:23:47 PM htuttle
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* The Biodrones from ''VideoGame/{{X-Com}}: Terror from the Deep'' look an awful lot like brains mounted in flying saucers. [[spoiler:They are. Human brains, literally butchered into obedience, and fitted with a sonic weapon where their voice box used to be so they can scream their targets to death.]]

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* The Biodrones from ''VideoGame/{{X-Com}}: Terror from the Deep'' ''VideoGame/XComTerrorFromTheDeep'' look an awful lot like brains mounted in flying saucers. [[spoiler:They are. Human brains, literally butchered into obedience, and fitted with a sonic weapon where their voice box used to be so they can scream their targets to death.]]
15th Aug '16 7:25:09 AM Mhazard
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* In ''VideoGame/RType'', the R-9C War-Head is piloted by a biological computer made of [[ManInTheMachine amputated pilots linked onto the spacecrafts]], the pilots are contained within a capsule known as Angle Pac. The [=R-9/0=] Ragnarok is also speculated to have used a 23 year old girl stuck in a biologically 14 year old body as its biological computer, which the military denied the speculation.
11th Aug '16 12:04:11 PM nendroid
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Contrast WetwareBody, TinmanTypist.

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Contrast WetwareBody, its inverse, and TinmanTypist.
6th Aug '16 7:03:53 AM JackG
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* Angels One and Two, the villains of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch''. The human protagonists, who have been raised by the Angels, eventually discover that [[AIIsACrapshoot all such computers go mad with power]]. In Season 2, a concern is raised that the Angels may even have incorporated themselves into the brains of the human crew.

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* Angels One and Two, the villains of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch''. The human protagonists, who have been raised by the Angels, eventually discover that [[AIIsACrapshoot all such computers go mad with power]]. In Season 2, a concern is raised that the Angels may even have [[ParanoiaFuel incorporated themselves into the brains of the human crew.their brains]].
6th Aug '16 7:02:09 AM JackG
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* Angels One and Two, the villains of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch''. The human protagonists, who have been raised by the Angels, eventually discover that [[AIIsACrapshoot all such computers go mad with power]].

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* Angels One and Two, the villains of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch''. The human protagonists, who have been raised by the Angels, eventually discover that [[AIIsACrapshoot all such computers go mad with power]]. In Season 2, a concern is raised that the Angels may even have incorporated themselves into the brains of the human crew.
6th Aug '16 7:00:21 AM JackG
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* Angels One and Two, the villains of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch''. Unfortunately [[AIIsACrapshoot such computers]] always GoMadWithPower.

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* Angels One and Two, the villains of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch''. Unfortunately The human protagonists, who have been raised by the Angels, eventually discover that [[AIIsACrapshoot all such computers]] always GoMadWithPower.computers go mad with power]].
6th Aug '16 6:58:19 AM JackG
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* Angels One and Two, the villains of the BBC RadioDrama ''Earthsearch''. Unfortunately [[AIIsACrapshoot such computers]] always GoMadWithPower.
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