Wasteland - Chapter I: Goodbye, Galaxy!

by Delta Funktionen

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Good morning, Commander. Glad you could make it this early. Please take a seat. As you know, your journey towards Wasteland is a mission divided into four stages. To fully understand the gravity of this endeavor you will have to let yourself be assimilated. Mission RAM-X-03 - Goodbye, Galaxy!

First, as a crucial part of the assimilation process, we will transfer all our latest data to your DTF-chip. This is not a one way process, so breakdown any inhibitions to ensure no data is lost. The carefully obtained information we are about to upload into your consciousness contains the latest models of your landing position on Wasteland. This data also holds access codes which will allow you to pass the magnetic intersection towards Andromeda. The next step: We will upgrade your nanobiology. Once the data transfer is completed you will be put into stasis. Be warned for possible aftereffects, however: It won't hurt you to dream, so let yourself be submerged. For a more stable wake up, we advise you to take this tab now.

Additional information: We'd like to inform you that the weather conditions on Earth have been optimized for a smooth and safe departure. Departure of Delta Craft XX84 is set for 19 hours and 49 minutes from now. Good luck, Commander!

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released January 1, 2015

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