For and ...Maybe
Will do spare pieces later
FF7 Comm: Locked Heart IIFF7 Comm: Locked Heart II by Benji-Blacksky
Locked Heart’s upgrading process was a long one, taking two days for the Automaton to be fully scanned, undergo maintenance, receive data upgrades to compensate for weaknesses found during the combat with Zack Fair and Cloud Strife.
Professor Hojo was going over his notes, furious with the outcome. By all accounts according to the recorded data the Locked Heart Unit had, It had been dominating the match due to a combination of being tireless and having vast reserves of Mako energy. Nonetheless, he realized that it was likely leftover echoes from the being that had been used to create the material.
“Such a bother, will have to do more testing and limiting of the robot’s higher computing functions in accordance to autonomous control,” the deranged scientist thought aloud. He knew he couldn’t do too much though, considering restricting computing would mean she….it….would be too limited to function on its own, besides that tampering with the core m
FF7 Comm: Locked HeartFF7 Comm: Locked Heart by Benji-Blacksky
The activation systems went on with a rapid click. Moments later the GPS began to activate, as did the environmental assessment system. The robotic maiden could assess the raw Mako energy power within her was traversing at optimal capacity.
Auditory systems detected speech, subjects being Rufus Shinra, President of Shinra Electric Company, and Professor Hojo, a mastermind and genius, his sanity disputable. Also in the room were Reno and Rude of the Turks, moderately dangerous humans. The unit began to store events of human interaction in its memory banks, saving every detail detectable in a perfect manner.
“So this is the first of the Automaton line?” Rufus asked. Hojo nodded, brimming with self pride and deep satisfaction.
“Yes, and I must say it was a resounding success. Using Materia and Mako to power a machine that can operate in a manner superior to that of its basis is no matter for a genius of my status.”
“Well, couldn’t ya have come up with a