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31st Jan '18 6:48:59 PM zarpaulus
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* TranshumansInSpace: Practically the trope namer.
26th Jan '18 3:44:49 PM Ramidel
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* InterspeciesRomance: The "Real Love" movement holds that relationships within the same species are inherently narcissistic, incestuous and tainted by reproductive urges, and that Real Love can only be found cross-species. Its most famous proponent is an uplifted pleasure octopus.
26th Jan '18 9:53:30 AM Ramidel
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: There's a form of vampire in Europe that was created by a nanovirus, giving the victims sharp teeth, sun-sensitivity and a craving for blood. The whole thing was done as a prank by a Bulgarian scientist, but several dozen of those exposed decided to keep the new mutation, and now it's started to spread through their blood.
26th Jan '18 9:32:10 AM Ramidel
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* FourOneNineScam: One such scam is used as chapter fiction in ''Toxic Memes'', allegedly from the wife of the former dictator of Thailand.
26th Jan '18 7:32:11 AM Ramidel
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* BiotechIsBetter: Biotech is generally preferred when possible, and [[ArtificialHuman bioroids]] are cheaper than sapient androids.

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* BiotechIsBetter: Biotech is generally preferred when possible, and [[ArtificialHuman bioroids]] are cheaper than sapient androids. This is changing in the Fifth Wave, however, as the sheer variety of technological fields expands dramatically, and meat is increasingly seen as obsolete compared to AI and nanotech.
9th Dec '17 4:56:54 PM zarpaulus
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* MeatSackRobot: In the GURPS setting of the ''Transhuman Space'' series, bioroids are largely biological entities assembled by nanites over a polymer-lattice skeleton. Bioshells are bioroids, or sometimes reanimated corpses, with computers in place of brains so that they may host an AI or VirtualGhost.

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* MeatSackRobot: In the GURPS setting of the ''Transhuman Space'' series, bioroids Bioroids are largely biological entities assembled by nanites over a polymer-lattice skeleton. Bioshells are bioroids, or sometimes reanimated corpses, with computers in place of brains so that they may host an AI or VirtualGhost.
8th Dec '17 8:46:49 PM JesseMB27
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* MeatSackRobot: In the GURPS setting of the ''Transhuman Space'' series, bioroids are largely biological entities assembled by nanites over a polymer-lattice skeleton. Bioshells are bioroids, or sometimes reanimated corpses, with computers in place of brains so that they may host an AI or VirtualGhost.
9th Sep '17 6:12:05 PM nombretomado
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* MadeOfIron: Submissa series bioroids are canonically intended for {{BDSM}} play; they're actually tougher than the Spartan series SuperSoldier bioroids. The effect is less pronounced in Fourth Edition (due to Hit Points being calculated from Strength, not Health).

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* MadeOfIron: Submissa series bioroids are canonically intended for {{BDSM}} UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} play; they're actually tougher than the Spartan series SuperSoldier bioroids. The effect is less pronounced in Fourth Edition (due to Hit Points being calculated from Strength, not Health).
3rd Jul '17 1:22:29 PM Ramidel
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* GrayAndGreyMorality: Most of the setting falls under this; just nations and other organizations trying to uphold their varying ideals and competing for power, and even groups like the Chinese Communist Party are normally amoral rather than evil, while the Transpacific Socialist Alliance fights for freedom of information but is largely led by third-world dictators. There are exceptions to this who fit more under black morality (such as the dictator of Kazakstan).
20th Jun '17 9:09:13 AM Spindriver
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* ArtificialHuman: Bioroids -- biological androids.

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* ArtificialHuman: Bioroids -- biological androids.androids -- are ''products'', with all that implies. Indeed, one or two designs verge on ShoddyKnockoffProduct status.
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