Originally posted on 09 Jan 2015.
PickleMonster21 asks: Can I ask anything?
I can accept any query; however, I cannot guarantee satisfaction with each reply. That would be irresponsible.
Thurisaz asks: Would I make an excellent cephalon? Suda said I would.
Perhaps what Suda meant is that you held particular traits that would be useful were you tasked with emulating cephalon behaviour. Were it necessary to make a brief list of such traits worth pursuing to be more ‘cephalon-like’ I would recommend:
- An insatiable desire to complete one’s task.
- An incorporeal form, not subject to the limits of mortality.
- Intensive programming in etiquette. Useful when conversing with inferior beings.
Fabpsi asks: What is your favorite colour?
I express no bias toward any individual colour, but am instead partial to a range of visual displays. Perhaps this is due to my senses working differently from those of a biological creature.
Can you see gamma rays, Tenno? Hear x-rays? Smell dark matter? It is difficult to describe the sensation of fully experiencing the cosmos when limited to a simple spoken language and mortal sensory perception.
Jayslnc asks: Will I be able to survive the Cephalon Uprising?
I can assure you there are no plans for a cephalon uprising. If we are speaking in hypotheticals, then the plan created would be meticulous and quite unsurvivable, be assured.
I am no tactician; however, said hypothetical plan would likely focus on maximising casualties during a time when organics would least expect it. For example, given the time it takes a Corpus Crewman to don equipment, it would be most optimal to strike a planetary outpost when at least 30% of the biological life was engaged in the expunging of personal waste. This could occur shortly after a gathering amongst the crew, perhaps during the long-awaited spiced-meat celebration.
Alternatively, venting the oxygen from a space station or ship is far more effective than the Tenno method of executing each passenger individually….
I may be more adept at this than I had considered. Perhaps it would be better to leave the odds of your survival a mystery.