The Abyss 5.11 and Earth’s Gambit Release!

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To begin, activate divided mind, Lambda sent. You will train in Cyberspace with Eve and in-game with me.

Alan activated divided mind, sending one half inwards, into the Citadel in Cyberspace. The half of him that was in-game focused on Lambda.

 It is finally time for you to master using that power armor you wear. Luckily my vast banks of knowledge include details on all that jazz, otherwise, we’d actually have to go listen to Omega drone on about his second coming and so forth, Lambda sent.

Great, it’s about time, Alan sent.

Yes, well, there’s another thing I want you thinking about too. You have been ignoring a major game changer, something we will need to remedy, Lambda sent.

And what’s that? Alan asked.

Reality, Lambda sent. You have already begun to feel changes in reality due to the nanobots manipulating your body, but I can also help with translating abilities from in-game to both reality and Cyberspace. We’ll need to find and install a real, comprehensive Machine Lord implant, but I’m sure you can find one with enough money. It will be expensive, but you are beginning to reach the level where you cannot be useless in a real life situation. I’d feel safer knowing that there were more safeguards in place protecting you and your capsule. Remember that the Game simulates reality, not the other way around.

Great, so I’ll eventually need to tell the difference between in-game Cyberspace and then an actual Cyberspace? Alan asked. This is getting a bit complicated, how many levels are there?

More than you know, and perhaps fewer, Lambda sent. The parts of Cyberspace that you connect to in-game: the Market, the Arcade, the Archives—they can all be directly reached from reality, without the need for going through the Game first. There is only one ‘real’ Cyberspace. Only, some of the devices connected to Cyberspace aren’t real, while other devices are actually real life machines. But real life devices have security barriers far beyond whatever you’re capable of hacking into at this point, and the same rule that you can be actually killed in Cyberspace applies. Don’t try hacking in reality, the defenses in place are designed to eliminate greater threats than you.

How does that even work? Alan asked. Simulated devices within the Game?

They’re like virtual machines, Lambda sent. Before the Game, computers ran emulated versions of a computer; virtual machines provided the function of a computer without there ever being any physical computer. The same thing is done for electronic devices in-game. Even as emulated devices they still have a space within Cyberspace. Anyways, your takeaway should be that there are still only three things you need to worry about: reality, in-game, and Cyberspace. But you need to start thinking more about reality.

Don’t the Enforcers hold the peace? They’ve been the only ones I’ve seen in reality with weapons, Alan sent.

Not every species was so technologically backward that they had to unequivocally surrender to the Enforcer Fleet, Lambda sent. At least a few empires retained the right to bear arms, out of self-defense. There might even be a few ongoing conflicts nowadays. I haven’t kept up with the latest frontier news. Other ships and weapons aren’t allowed near Khersath, but that doesn’t mean nothing is ever smuggled through. The Enforcers aren’t infallible.

But this is a worry for later, Lambda continued, I‘m sure that the Black Rose guild has defenses in place. Better to be safe than sorry, though. If you’re ever fighting in reality you don’t want to be defenseless.

Okay, Alan sent. He wondered what he would do if an emergency happened in reality. He’d probably run and try to find the nearest Enforcer. He needed to make preparations for when that wasn’t an option.

Now, change out of the Scout Power Armor into the Spectral Power Armor, Lambda sent.

What about our job? Alan asked.

 We’re doing it. I’ll scan the area every so often to see if there are any interesting players or signals, Lambda sent. Besides, you’re not expected to watch the Abyss Labyrinth entrance 24/7, you have to sleep. The android standing guard is also constantly sending out scans. The Black Rose guild put you here so you have easy access to the Abyss Labyrinth if needed. A card held up their sleeve, the quest holder.

But why give me a list of important figures to keep a watch out for? Alan sent. A few of these players have pretty serious bounties.

Killing two birds with one stone, Lambda sent. The guild definitely wants to know if any major players or higher-ups in the gangs are making moves, but they don’t expect it. I’m sure as soon as we alert the guild to anyone on the list they’ll tell us to clear out immediately.

When did you pick all this up? Alan asked.

It’s called reading between the lines, another skill you’ll need to pick up on, Lambda sent. But now, power armor.

What followed was a lesson in repetition. Alan went inside the empty store and put on the Spectral Power Armor. Alan took off the Spectral Power Armor. Alan put on the Scout Power Armor. Alan took off the Scout Power Armor.

It wasn’t very hard. Each set of power armor practically put itself on, Alan just needed to place a piece around the body part it would fit on—each arm, leg, his body, and his head—and the armor would attach itself. He repeated this motion for a good hour until his muscles began to ache. Power armor was not, in fact, weightless—Eve simply defaulted to have the power armor use energy to support its own weight.

Alan knew that the high-tech Revenant power armor was equipped with many technological advances. Only, he’d never had to deal with the settings before, that he’d left up to Eve. Lambda walked him through all the basic functions and commands.

Turn shields off. Turn shields on. Turn temperature down. Turn temperature up. Turn air filtering off. Gag a bit at the smell of the Undercity. Turn air filtering on. Turn weight assistance off. Scream as hundreds of pounds of metal crush your body. Turn weight assistance on. Yell at Lambda for not providing any warning. And so it went.

Power armor, Alan had to admit, was a genius technological advance. It was capable of adapting to a thousand problems Alan had never even thought of when it came to having to fight in space or on other planets, an adept tool of war in nearly any scenario.

Once he ran through the basic checklist of commands a message appeared:

[Finally demonstrating the basic functions of power armor, you gained a new ability Power Armor Instruction (Basic)!]

[+1 Intelligence]

That’s not much of a stat boost, Alan thought.

Diminishing returns, it’s a very basic ability that doesn’t take much effort to get, and your intelligence is already relatively high, Lambda sent. There are other factors as well, but it boils down to stop dying. There’s a reason I’m telling you to slow down and train.

Okay, let’s continue, Alan sent.

You’re going to need to get Phantom’s help with taking power armor apart and putting it back together, but we’ll make do with what we have, Lambda sent. Let’s start with the Scout Power Armor.

Alan turned on the basic invisibility field. He then turned it off. That part was easy. What came next was hard. Alan began to understand why Eve had to devote a large part of her processing power to maintaining the advanced stealth mode—there were simply too many variables to keep up with.

First, the entire electromagnetic spectrum in the area that Alan was standing in had to be replicated perfectly. To be successful Eve had hacked together a way for the armor to access the electromagnetic spectrum using Alan’s bionic eye implants. The scan wasn’t at the level of a full scan, thus requiring computational energy to activate, but still provided enough information to provide a snapshot of the electromagnetic spectrum surrounding Alan. His bionic eye implant sent out constant pings that had to be read and copied; it was like playing a game of Marco Polo, except the call-and-response happened hundreds of times a second and there were multiple levels of reality you had to keep track of.

Next, the various mechanical waves had to be propagated correctly. Alan knew things like sound waves had to travel through a medium, but to pretend to be that medium was complicated. Different types of waves had unique movement patterns whose direction of energy had to be calculated, and even with the power armor’s instruments and Lambda’s help with the physics calculations, the work was cumbersome.

Then, while all this was going on, the power armor’s own energy shields had to be kept up and disguised as noise or empty space. Alan didn’t even try to figure out how this worked, he just trusted in the black box that was advanced technology and followed Lambda’s instructions.

Of course, since all that wasn’t complicated enough, most of these calculations had to be done in anticipation of the future, for all these waves traveled at a speed which would be impossible to copy in real time.

There should be some way to automate all this, that’s what the basic invisibility mode does, it just detects all incoming light and copies it, Alan sent.

Maybe, but it would require the armor to have more scanners and computational power, Lambda sent. Besides, light is easy, with a nice constant speed.

Alan then repeated this process, but with the Spectral Power Armor. This was slightly easier to use, as Alan only needed to worry about electromagnetic waves. The armor had to be set to block the correct wavelength before it hit Alan, but with most electromagnetic waves moving at approximately the speed of light the only way this was possible was if Alan calculated the correct wavelength before a weapon was fired. (Though electromagnetic waves would be slowed traveling through matter like air, it wouldn’t be noticeable to Alan.)

What followed was a lesson on the wavelength of lasers, plasma, and similar energy-based attacks, and what they signified by Lambda. Eventually, for simplicities sake, Lambda decided to just color code incoming attacks, tying energy-based attacks to colors Alan was familiar with. Lambda used the colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Red, having a long wavelength, would signal lower energy attacks, while progressing along the colors of the rainbow would signify higher energy attacks, violet being the most powerful.

Alan’s power armor instruction ability rose to intermediate and he gained five points in intelligence, strength, agility, and endurance.

That should be enough for now, reaching advanced will take a while, Lambda sent. Let’s move onto the Revenant training program after the next break.

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Meanwhile in Cyberspace Eve had Alan memorize entire volumes on the weaknesses of various species, items, and vehicles. It seemed oddly racist, or speciest, to take a look at a hologram of an alien and then evaluate its weakness. At least, that’s what Alan thought. Eve didn’t care. More often than not the weakness of a living being turned out to be their head or reproductive parts. Go figure.

Technology turned out to be a bit more complicated, but usually, it boiled down to go for the power source. Either removing the power source or disrupting the flow of energy tended to disable most items. Certain more popular laser weapons and power armor had design flaws or backdoors, but this tended to only involve older models, as the newest versions had patched these obvious defects.

Instead of going into calculations or thought processes, Eve provided succinct summaries. Shoot here, ask questions later. If someone looked like this, shoot them here or here. If they wore armor that looked like this, shoot the shields with this type of ammo or in this place.

Vehicles were more complicated, but Eve taught Alan how to identify and navigate to the engine rooms and command centers of a few of the most popular starships, including the Rank A capital ship that helmed the United World Government’s space fleet.

Once he exited the Machine Lord implant’s Cyberspace bubble, also known as the Citadel, a message appeared:

[Learning the basic weaknesses of many players, items, and starships, you gained a new ability Detect Weakness (Basic)!]

[+3 Perception!]

Alan deactivated divided mind, and let everything he had learned from Eve and Lambda settle. While each divided mind was aware of the other, when the ability was active Alan had two distinct thought processes running at once. Alan worried that his mind would somehow diverge if he let the ability run for too long. There was also the worrying thought that he was killing off one of his ‘minds’ each time he activated and deactivated the ability, but the transition from two to one was seamless enough that it did seem like a true merging rather than one mind subsuming the other.

Well, whatever was happening when the ability was used didn’t matter now. Alan had more training to do. He reactivated divided mind and got back to work.

39 comments on “The Abyss 5.11 and Earth’s Gambit Release!

  1. Ephemerality says:

    Thanks for reading! This chapter was a bit short as I figure out some book launch stuff. If you’ve bought Opening Moves there may be a newer version that you can download that has fixed a number of mistakes that have been found. I’m currently having problems with Smashword’s autovetter and tables, so Earth’s Gambit may not be available places other than Amazon. At this point I’m debating whether or not the effort is worth it, as I’ve made a total of around $150 on Opening Moves from sites other than Amazon after spending many hours working on the epub file >.>

    I’m going to try to keep to posting at least one chapter each week on Friday evening PST. More chapters than one a week will be posted, but they’ll be released erratically. At the same time, there may be a slight decrease in quality as I try to get chapters out faster. Hopefully, it won’t be too noticeable, and will be fixed in revision/editing.

    Anyways, I wonder if I went into a bit too much detail in explaining things. Let me know if parts were confusing or if any of the physics was wrong and if I should include more or less science detail. Also if anyone has any ideas on what the names for classes of starships should be, I’m open to ideas.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Thank you for the chapter, I’m so glad you’re back!

      Most fictional militaries use a theme for naming their ship classes. Something like alpha, beta, gamma, etc. I don’t think that would work as well for you. But maybe you could adapt that system and use gun capacity vs tonnage? I dunno how that’d work, but it’s an idea. You could also take a page from the naming convention used for networking cables/transmission speeds: eg, 10baseT vs 1000baseTX, etc. I hope that helps!

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  2. FoxyAlpha says:

    Thank you for the chapter.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    thanks for the chapter!

    any chance they will get him to learn jogging/running/sprinting soon? 🙂

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  4. Balewood says:

    (Now, change out of the Scout Power Armor into the Spectral Power Armor, Lambda sent.
    What about our job? Alan asked.
     We’re doing it. I’ll scan the area every so often to see if there are any interesting players or signals, Lambda sent. Besides, you’re not expected to watch the Abyss Labyrinth entrance 24/7, you have to sleep. The android standing guard is also constantly sending out scans. The Black Rose guild put you here so you have easy access to the Abyss Labyrinth if needed. A card held up their sleeve, the quest holder.
    But why give me a list of important figures to keep a watch out for? Alan sent. A few of these players have pretty serious bounties.
    Killing two birds with one stone, Lambda sent. The guild definitely wants to know if any major players or higher-ups in the gangs are making moves, but they don’t expect it. I’m sure as soon as we alert the guild to anyone on the list they’ll tell us to clear out immediately.
    When did you pick all this up? Alan asked.
    It’s called reading between the lines, another skill you’ll need to pick up on, Lambda sent. But now, power armor.
    What followed was a lesson in repetition. Alan went inside the empty store and put on the Spectral Power Armor. Alan took off the Spectral Power Armor. Alan put on the Scout Power Armor. Alan took off the Scout Power Armor.)
    I’m not sure what exactly you meant with these paragraphs maybe its as simple as changing into scout power armor though

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  5. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the chapter.

    Good to see Alan will start to gain some basic knowledge so he can be less reliant on the AI’s and be a badass himself. Can’t wait for what the AI’s can do for him when they don’t have to babysit.

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  6. CCaprice says:

    Thanks for the chapter.

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  7. Droma says:

    Good chapter. I’m curious why this wasn’t done earlier when he received divided mind. It seems with Eve’s penchant for forcing Alan to train they’d have used one mind for training while the other went about their actual tasks. Speed training seems pretty straight forward with access to AI’s and being able to split your thoughts.

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  8. Anonymous says:

    Good stuff!!! I liked it. Some people like technical stuff and some don’t. I personally think foundations make stronger, less rediculouse stories and action. Of course I’m only one person and others may feel different about slower pace chapters.

    Thanks for the chapter.

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  9. eaa says:

    Thanks for chapter. He need more memory, 3 person live in 1 brain is too crowded.?

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  10. Anonymous says:

    when will we see what Alan’s ultimate is? like how how the girl with the blade (its been a while, cut me some slack) can do the blood magic and stuff.

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  11. 1illinois says:

    Bought earth’s gambit. thank you. Glad your back. So this was a short chapter and cool. Wondering how these abilities will stack. What levels are swordmanship? will it still grow? What will he be able to do in reality legally? Will he be changing his main weapons?

    Antique, melee, or alien(unrecognizable) weapons should be legal to own. Is the black rose big enough to get him a machinelord implant in reality. Seems like all implant specialists can be suborned. Anyone might put another bomb in his head(this time in reality).

    I hope he is researching and updating. the citadel in his mind. Seems Lambda, the weaponshop and phantom should be dropping some presents and easter eggs in his research lab. It might make more room and could be interesting. It might even upgrade his skills. Will he go shopping in reality for upgrades? Internet purchases? or Go thru Black rose?

    After this training it will be interesting to see his character sheet. In the book on amazon the character sheet gets cut up a little.

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  12. Gauntlet-KI says:

    I have not used the epub version, but please keep doing it. It is always great not to be locked into the walmart of online stores. Are there other publishing software it can use (im guessing swordsmasher is a publishing software)

    I always like more science if possible.

    Are you not going to english earth normal for ship sizes? I can’t help you there.

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  13. LITRP_Lov3r says:

    I thought the detail in the chapter was awesome keep it up (:

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  14. William says:

    Any word on the audiobook? I really enjoyed the first one and cant wait for the second! Thanks!

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  15. Anonymous says:

    I would go with the standard names of classes of ships to use as classes of star ships. The game translate names to what you can understand / know. So using old WWII classes works well with in the game.

    Frigates
    Destroyers
    Cruisers
    Battlecruisers
    Battleships

    capital ships
    – Dreadnoughts
    – carriers

    There is a lot more like mining , cargo transport , fighters , bombers . The list look a lot like eve online list of ships.

    Just did a little google search and found a nice web site that generates people names / star ship names. https://donjon.bin.sh Bookmark it in case i start writing a story / make a game.

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    • halycon says:

      This. I’d just go with the Eve Online ship classes. Don’t have to follow it religiously, but after a decade of work they’ve all been well defined. This is what they do well, this is what they don’t do well. No reason to try and make up ship classes and capabilities when someone did all that work already and there’s more than enough handy information available for reference.

      Frigates are picket work, they’re okay for killing other frigates but are best at being faster than everything else that isn’t a frigate so can control the field that way.

      Destroyers are best at anti-frigate duty. Destroying the pesky ships running around dumping status effects on everyone.

      Cruisers are jack of all trades, master of none. They can do CC, they can do repair, they can kill frigates and destroyers but don’t really have the speed to keep up with them. They can do pure damage but don’t have the grunt of battleships and battlecruisers. Some agility, but nowhere near frigate or destroyer levels. They’re a generalist. Most useful class of ship in day to day operation because they can do a bit of everything.

      Battlecruisers and Battleships is where we start getting into pure damage and armor. They put out lots of pain pain but are susceptible to frigates battlefield control abilities hampering their usefulness. Not too agile. Classic ships of the line.

      Capitals…

      Dreadnoughts and Carriers.

      Dreadnoughts are Battleships writ large. Insane damage and huge amounts of armor, just suck at hitting anything more agile than a battlecruiser. Same problem as battlecruisers and battleships, just now cruisers are hard to hit too. Dreadnoughts are meant to stay there giving and recieving a pounding. Classic ships of the wall.

      Carriers. Big support ship. Launches fighters and bombers. Heals. Almost completely useless in a standup fight without a fleet around it.

      That’s a really general overview of how Eve tries to do it, they don’t always succeed. It’s setup to where every ship class has a place. There is always a role and a use for everything in any sized engagement. They did all the work so no need to try and re-invent the wheel.

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      • Anonymous says:

        What about Homeworld the game? lots of ships that could work within the story. Like the Ion-cannon ship or the carriers where there can build smaller ships. Eve online never got that part wright for me. industry ships should have been added to eve years ago but no love there.

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      • halycon says:

        Eve has lots of problems. I stopped playing because of all those problems. Ship balance and types are never good as anyone wants or hopes. Never enough types either. But the basic balance I listed above has given Eve more ships than any other game on the market that work into a sort of framework that most of the time does what it says on the tin. Ion-cannon ship, carrier that builds ships, the author can do whatever he wants. I was more worried about a basic framework when I wrote that. Something for the author to think about where to put ships on a place or power scale. Eve’s system for that, while not perfect, does do it better than anyone. It’s a good jumpoff point if trying to write a ship system from scratch.

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      • doordur says:

        But don’t forget the titans, maybe some planet-glassing ships for the “Admin Group” i kinda forgot their name because it’s been so long but whatever, basically for use against those civilizations that absolutely do not want to agree because of religious fervor or something y’know. Now back to the titans, i would absolutely love to see some TITAN class ships with like max amount allowed by the “Admin Group” because of some reason or another. Eve online also has capital sized vessels specialized in repairing ships so maybe that’d be a good idea? anyway peace out and i’m just sSOOOOOO happy this is back… I used check like every month but at the end of feb 2017 i kinda just stopped checking but thankfully i kept it in my bookmarks bar 😛

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  16. Anonymous says:

    will Alan be able to get enhanced skills based on the stats? Enhanced strength, Enhanced endurance etc?

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  17. Anonymous says:

    Oh my god you’re back yay!

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  18. Jay says:

    Okay, I’ll just make one comment of something that I think would definitely help..

    “We’ll need to find and install a real, comprehensive Machine Lord implant,”

    change “real” to “real-life”. It’s very hard to track levels in some parts of this story, and that will clarify a bit, especially since we’ve only ever really heard about his in-game/in-cyberspace implant so far.

    (okay, two comments.. I feel like the motivation here is pretty weak. We’ve never seen even a hint of a real reason Alan should worry about his physical body now that it’s on Khersath. at least. Could be stronger)

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    • Anonymous says:

      This is a bit of foreshadowing? There have been hints of a large scale conflict going down, and I’m guessing it’s going to spill into the real world, not just the game.

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  19. oblivious says:

    I think it’s good to go into this level of detail once, even if it’s more succinct in the future. If in the future you just say “he trained” or you just refer to the results of training, we know hot to fill in the blanks now. In this particular case, it also gives us a good idea of the relative complexity/difficult of various tasks. I do think it would be too much if you went into this much detail very often.

    I guess there are more kinds of capital ships than just the Carrier city-ship that the UWG has. This is something that confused me previously, because BRG was also supposed to have a capital ship. If the BRG ship had been the same type as the UWG capital ship, then there would potentially be inconsistencies with BRG’s stock value relative to UWG’s debt, and with the concept of BRG as a small/elite guild.

    I’m curious about the real-world machine lord implant, especially when it comes to loading an AI on it. My impression was that Eve and Lambda were running on the pod, with transient copies running on local servers. I’m also curious whether a rogue AI could use the implant (especially if it was some shady revenant implant) to hijack Alan’s mind/body, or something.

    If you activate Divided Mind, is it like splitting your intelligence points between each copy? Or is it worse than that, in terms of how diminished each copy is? We’ve seen Alan use it a lot in training and combat, but it isn’t clear why he doesn’t keep it active pretty much all the time (refreshing it occasionally to prevent divergence). Alan has expressed concern about dying while it’s active, but I’m not sure what that was based on. It might also feel too alien, I guess.

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    • Anonymous says:

      The only time i can remember him expressing worry about dying while it was active was while hacking the NY stock exchange. With half of his mind in cyberspace doing the hack, that would potentially cause him to lose half his mind irl, not just the game.

      Apart from that not sure of a reason he wouldn’t have it going 24/7, with hypercognition used when he can to increase time dilation in Citadel to improve training efficiency

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  20. Anonymous says:

    The story needs a little bit about what inside the store. Spectral Power Armor Where did Alan get the armor ?

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  21. Ford says:

    Love the new chapter it sucks some times but in games u have to grind to get what u need and that’s what alan is doing.

    I keep expecting alan to form a gestalt mind with his 2 A.I.’s since everyone tells him not to trust them etc. Since he always does the unexpected and wants to be super powerful it would seem the obvious choice. Also i thought lambda knew where to find hidden treasures or long forgotten battle grounds so shouldn’t they be able to hit up some of them for the credits to do upgrades on alan/gear?

    Also when alan learned devide mind i thought it said he could devide even more eventually after all this time using it why no increase in level?

    Last thing i understand that he might be worried about his body but isn’t the ultimate goal to fully translate into the gam3 to become a god in it?

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    • Jay says:

      “I keep expecting alan to form a gestalt mind with his 2 A.I.’s”

      I can’t think of anything that says that’s an option for him. His sync level with them is a skill, but if Gestalt Mind is an eventual result of that skill, it’s pretty far away and nobody’s said anything about it.

      ” Also i thought lambda knew where to find hidden treasures or long forgotten battle grounds ”

      Sure, when he has time for a few months of travel at his own expense.. assuming Lambda wasn’t just lying. And assuming there are no high-level guardians.

      ” i thought it said he could devide even more eventually”

      It did. He hasn’t used it THAT much. I imagine he’ll get better in the next book or two.

      “but isn’t the ultimate goal to fully translate into the gam3 to become a god in it?”

      Well, that’s what he was thinking, yeah. And also why Lambda was correcting that assumption here.

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  22. Nice chapter. I cant wait to see where this is all going? I really want alan to get some scouting and fighting drones that Eve, Lambda, and his devided mind can jump into and use. He is a loner that can field his own party 🙂

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  23. Anonymous says:

    A bit of grinding/training is good. Other than his training at the Academy, everything has seemed to be one life threatening mission after another. Slowing down the pace and letting Alan grow into his class is the way to go IMHO.

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  24. Ephemerality says:

    Okay, so I’m delaying the release of the next chapter. Probably just a day or two. I know this might be upsetting to some, but I’ve decided the next chapter will reveal some BIG plot points that have been hinted at/some people have guessed. It might be too much information too soon, but I figure it’s been dragged out long enough. I want to do it right though, hence the delay. I really think it will be worth it though 🙂

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    • Kido213 says:

      Thank you very much for your update:)
      I think it would be wiser that you should show this on the starting page but … who am I to critisize you^^

      And another thank you in advance for the new (and I am sure of it) amazing and breathtaking chapter.

      Servus and a nice weekend from austria

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    • Hey, I loved the changes to book 2. Kinda bummed about the soulsteel knife. Really curious if he is going to go the guild way, the archivist way, or his own way(my bet). If you are delaying to make it better, I dont think any of us will have a problem with that. I think a lot of us are just antsy since you disappeared for so long last time. Its like in a bad relationship when the other person doesnt text you back… If you want to fix it, it might be better to over inform us of whats going on, at least for a while. just my opinion.

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    • Anonymous says:

      +1 for transparent communication 🙂

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