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 ====== Machines in Fabricated ====== ====== Machines in Fabricated ======
  
-In the world of [[:Fabricated]] life as we know it has been lost to a distant tragedy forgotten by most. In place of that life, is now a sprawling world of machines. Above the, the system itself is their lifeblood and from which they were born. These machines are broken down into the following categories: POP Units, Beeps, Bloops, and Dots.+In the world of [[Fabricated]] life as we know it has been lost to a distant tragedy forgotten by most. In place of that life, is now a sprawling world of machines. Above that, the system itself is their lifeblood and that from which they were born. These machines are broken down into the following categories: POP Units, Beeps, Bloops, and Dots.
  
 Each player becomes a POP Unit in the fiction of the game, and interacts with other machines of all types. Each player becomes a POP Unit in the fiction of the game, and interacts with other machines of all types.
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 A Dot is something the system can't identify. One of the ways POP units service the system is to clear Dots. They do this by figuring out what the Dot is and dealing with it, usually turning it into a Beep or a Bloop. A Dot is something the system can't identify. One of the ways POP units service the system is to clear Dots. They do this by figuring out what the Dot is and dealing with it, usually turning it into a Beep or a Bloop.
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 +===== Universal Machine Specs =====
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 +POP Units follow a much deeper exploration of their specs, but for other machines a simpler universal spec system is used. Each rating falls into the range of 1 to 15, with 3.5 considered '​average',​ 7 exceptional. Here are the ratings for all non-POP unit machines:
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 +  * **Size**: The size of the machine.
 +    * Mapping into unit classes -> 1-3 is Class-E, 4-5 is Class-H, 6+ is Class-U. 12+ is Class-X (Holy cow).
 +  * **Rush**: The speed of the machine.
 +  * **Power**: The strength of the machine.
 +  * **cClock**: The processing power of the machine.
 +
 +===== Legacy Machines =====
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 +These machines are often still around, but reminders of lost eons.
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 +==== Ants ====
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 +The first drones imbued with Machine-AI-Programming (MAP) cores. Few still remain from the Dark Ages.
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 +==== Spiders ====
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 +TODO
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 +==== CASE ====
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 +TODO
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