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This is a transcript for dialogue with Doctor Mobius.


GREETING GREETING Neutral 50 {2D, voice through talking activator in Think Tank} {Sneering, imperious} If it isn't my old colleagues, the mighty "Think Tank" of Big {"Mountain"} MT. Big FOOLS, all of you. 1
MobiusConclusion Wait... sounds like you built the Robo-Scorpions, issued threats to keep the Think Tank occupied. Neutral 50 Did I? Maybe I did. Can't have them leaving. {Thinks} Some reason for it. Ethics - or {"Conscience," play on word science, means conscience} con-science? 2
Neutral 50 You and your Brain are quite alike, I'm sure it knows the raisins better than I do. 3
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} Big MT: I, Dr. Mobius, will soon control you - and all of Science! 4
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement, Taunting} Mighty Think Tank... still c-c-c-c-cowering in your Dome? Cower, you fools. {beat, slightly quieter} Cower. 5
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement, Doesn't realize mic is on} Time to reward myself with a little breath-freshening Mentat. Mmmm. 6
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} Try to leave your Dome, Think Tank, and you will be punished by the pincered might of my Robo-Scorpion army! 7
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement, Disgust} Think Tank... I wouldn't even use binary to describe my exponential hatred for you. 8
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} My aggression is increasing geometrically. Do you hear me, "Think" Tank?! 9
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement, To himself} Soon... all Science will be mine. 10
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} Oh, Klein - did I mention that my zone is FORBIDDEN to you? Ha ha ha ha ha! SO forbidden. 11
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} 2 plus 2 equals... 4-Bidden, idiots of the Think Tank! 12
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement, Thinking} I hope I didn't leave my Giant Robo-Scorpion on. That thing eats power like no tomorrow. 13
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement, Quiet} I'll just set this on repeat while I go relieve my tank... no one will know. 14
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} Rant! Rant! Rant! See how I abstract my rage, Think Tank? I hold you in such disdain I generalize my hatred for you! 15
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} Go, my mighty Robo-Scorpions. Crawl in search of intelligence. Then, {emph} sting said intelligence, yes, {emph} sting it. 16
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} My Robo-Scorpions will soon conquer the Crater. {Quieter, making excuses} It's just that this is a big place, so it's hard to conquer everything. 17
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} Klein... remember the time you forgot to carry the 2 and nearly blew up the {why-zero} Y-0 Research Center? {Klein did blow up the lab so now he's mocking} Oh, wait, you did! {beat} Or was that me? 18
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusBigMTRandom Neutral 50 {2D, Announcement} Klein, as useless as the bottle of the same name... well, except as an example of an object that uselessly tries to fulfill its purpose. 19
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusCountdown NVDLC03DialogueMobiusCountdown Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} Is this thing on? This is Mobius - Dr. Mobius. We're... initiating some kind of emergency test shutdown... in five... 20
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusCountdown Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} Four, as in Forbidden... 21
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusCountdown Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} Three, as in tree... 22
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusCountdown Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} Two, as in "Et Two, Brutus?"... 23
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusCountdown Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} One, as in {emph} none. {Beat, surprise} Oh look, the emergency overload is initiating. 24
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic000 Is that better? Neutral 50 {Tsking} Depth perception is a problem with this old monitor of mine. Went black a while ago. That's old age for you. 25
Neutral 50 Should look at getting the visual nerves re-attached... it's just that the right eye would {emph} see the wrong things. {Beat, quieter} The flying tortoises were the worst. 26
Neutral 50 Would you care for a Mentat? 27
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic001 My brain told me the Think Tank needs to be stopped. Can you help? Neutral 50 {Slowly thinking} If I recall... I {emph} had a plan that was working, eh, whatever it was. I don't think it reached fruition. {To himself} I would recall fruit if it had happened. 28
Anger 50 I wasn't trying to kill them, just keep them out of trouble. What {emph} was that plan? 29
Neutral 50 Blast! I probably... uh... wrote it down on the... floor somewhere. 30
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic002 Enough. I'm here to kill you. Neutral 50 Oh, intriguing. I've never been killed before. {Beat} Although after that time I got that phlegmy discharge in my biogel... I wished I had been. 31
Neutral 50 Well, if there's going to be killing, I defer to your expertise in this matter. 32
Neutral 50 How should we begin? Engineered viruses? Canceratic beams? Atomics? Electrocutioning? Or... should I summon my minions...? {savoring it} Yes, my minions. 33
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic003 Uh... thanks. Happy 50 {Chewing on one, smacking lips} Mmm. I love Mentats. Delicious and smarty. 34
Uh... thanks. Neutral 50 I have all sorts of amazingly {intentional. speed up} science-arific thoughts and ideas when those chalky tablets are zipping through my biogel. 35
Sad 50 I forget them all not long after, though, especially with the data constipating my memory core. Afraid binary streams might shoot out my chassis. 36
Neutral 50 Had to start using the dome floor and walls here to inscribe equations, although I've somewhat lost track of where they start and end. 37
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic004 I'll save it for later. Happy 50 {DUPE: Chewing on one, smacking lips} Mmm. I love Mentats. Delicious and smarty. 38
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic005 I don't know, I'm tripping pretty hard right now. Happy 50 {DUPE: Chewing on one, smacking lips} Mmm. I love Mentats. Delicious and smarty. 39
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic006 I'll save it, don't want to mix it with alcohol if I can help it. Happy 50 {DUPE: Chewing on one, smacking lips} Mmm. I love Mentats. Delicious and smarty. 40
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic007 What minions? Sad 50 Whoa, have they not constructed themselves yet? That's a bit premature of me. The Robo-Scorpions, of course. 41
Happy 50 They can assemble themselves from floor panels and parts scattered about, quiet inventive - never really know when they might suddenly appear. 42
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic008 I'll trash them like I did your giant piece of junk downstairs. Neutral 50 Oh now you've done it. I feel a twinge of regret over that little mistake I left on. 43
I'll trash them like I did your giant piece of junk downstairs. Anger 50 {Fight, low sinister} Minions - destroy this intruder! {Changes tone, curious} Mmm. Or perhaps make it more dramatic? 44
Anger 50 Minions! To me! 45
Happy 50 {Nods} Oh, yes, that's {"quite" intentional} quiet a bit better. 46
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic009 Whichever way you want to be killed is fine with me. Neutral 50 How gracious of you. A mannerly killing. 47
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic010 You aren't exactly what I was expecting. Neutral 50 {Curious} Really. That implies pre-conceived notions - theories and a hypothesis about this meeting? Please extrapolate. What was I... supposed to be like? 48
Neutral 50 After all, it might be worth a cognitive re-alignment if your theoretical Mobius is better than I. 49
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic011 I need my brain back. Neutral 50 Do you? You seem fine without it. 50
Neutral 50 And does it even want to go back with you? Maybe you should ask it. It's quite independent, has all manner of opinions. 51
Neutral 50 Tell you what - I'll leave it up to your brain. If it wants to go, then fine. If not... well, you should respect its wishes. 52
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic012 Why did you steal my brain? Neutral 50 Oh, a variety of {"reasons"} raisins... you're something of a homily. Er, anomaly? You're really {"quite"} quiet special, and not in the cranially-challenged way. 53
Neutral 50 You see, you are the most successful brain extraction experiment ever performed here at Big MT. A victim of your own success, as it were. 54
Neutral 50 If you were to go back with what {emph} your brain knows about the procedure, well... 55
Neutral 50 ...your brain could be popped back in and you could walk right out of here. Can't have brains moving around of their own volition. 56
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic014 Why is that a problem? Neutral 50 {Frowns} I'm not sure except that I'm sure there's a {emph} very good raisin for it. I have very good raisins for almost everything I do. 57
Neutral 50 Even if I forget them occasionally. Although I feel this one is especially important. Ha! Oh well. 58
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic015 But I want to leave. Neutral 50 Now, that seems to be rather hormonal of you. Flight or fight response, you know, hard to cut that out completely. 59
Neutral 50 Your brain is here, safe with me. {Smiles} We chat over Mentats. 60
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic016 I was curious about some things. Neutral 50 Oh, curiosity. I experience that less now that I know everything. Or maybe it was when I found out some unpleasant answers? Mmm-hmm. 61
I was curious about some things. Neutral 50 I find things curious as well. Go on. 62
I was curious about some things. Happy 50 {Player keeps asking questions, likes this, like talking to a small child} Yes, yes, this is getting interesting. You are just filled with these little slices of curiosity, aren't you? 63
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic017 Can you tell me about your Robo-Scorpions? Neutral 50 {As if self-evident} Well, every scientist needs an army. Mine came to me after these rather large scorpions kept coming in from the {intentional} dessert. Like poisonous frosting. 64
Neutral 50 How scary, I thought! But they had survived when nothing else had. Perfect candidates for improvement, as a reward for their tenacity. 65
Neutral 50 Then I thought, what if they shot energy bolts and acted as walking eyes and data-drained computers and acted as bullhorns? Then I made them bigger. 66
Neutral 50 Then, I thought about... custard. I do so love custard. Or was it mustard? Mustard custard. Mmmm. I miss sugars and salts. 67
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic018 You don't seem aggressive. Why broadcast threats to the Think Tank? Neutral 50 Oh, I was probably tripping hard on Psycho when I sent that. Had to work myself up to it, not usually violent, except when I am. Then, huh! Watch out! 68
Neutral 50 So many chems, such varieties! Whenever I take Mentats, I can feel my entire chassis breeeeeathe like a big spherical lung. 69
Neutral 50 As for the Psycho, sometimes get the chem {"depositories"} despositories in my tank all switched up, go in the wrong tube - still, served its purpose. 70
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic020 What was the plan you had? Neutral 50 Something ingenious and needlessly complicated, I expect. I may have already told you and forgotten it. 71
Neutral 50 I forgot I had forgotten pencils until one day I found one. Spent days studying its purpose before my memory circuit kicked in. Felt quiet silly. 72
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic021 Well, I don't want to keep them out of trouble, I want to kill them. Neutral 50 {Skeptical} That will be difficult. It would be like fighting five scaled down versions of me that have better depth perception. 73
Neutral 50 And they have an arsenal of vivisectors, brainial beams, and a rather nasty WooEEEOooWooEEEOoo ray that can make your atoms do a happy dance. 74
Neutral 50 If you could survive those highly-improbable odds and ends, then deceasing them is definitely an option. 75
Neutral 50 {Chiding} Although I doubt killing them would do anything except make you feel better. Or let you brag to other humans about your primal violent-ness-ness. 76
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic023 Everything you've told me doesn't add up... your plan, even your name, "Mobius." Neutral 50 Dr. Mobius, rather catchy, isn't it? It's my name, my {emph} new name, overwrote the old one. 77
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic024 Sounds like you forgot your master plan - surprised you remember your own name. Neutral 50 This name's as real as you or I, although I believe your brain expressed similar incredulity at the nature of such an appellation. 78
Neutral 50 Someone's been watching too many Old World science fiction movies, it said. {Confidentially} I believe it meant me. 79
Neutral 50 I must admit I have a vulnerability for holotape fantasies of planets and robots and all that is forbidden. As for the name I was born with... 80
Neutral 50 the Think Tank, we were all reprogrammed to forget them, take on new names. It enforces the recursion loop in our perception programming. 81
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic025 You reprogrammed their names as part of recursion loop? What, to trap their processors? Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] {Chiding} Now, "trap" is a rather harsh word. Like "excrement." Not an inappropriate word, but still - rather harsh. 82
Neutral 50 But... yes, I did... take some liberties with their programming. It's all right, they don't remember. 83
Neutral 50 I certainly didn't until you said "trap." And then I said "excrement." And then... 84
So... you reprogrammed yourself? Neutral 50 [FAILED] I believe I did, and with good raisin. Who am I to be trusted with such things? 85
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic026 Why did you trap them? Neutral 50 The Radar Fence to keep the Think Tank hemmed in wasn't really enough. They keep testing things, they would have found a way to disarm it. 86
Why did you trap them? Neutral 50 {To himself} I suspect I have Plan 9s in place, but I may have coded myself to forget them, just in case... they're probably very dangerous, lethal, or worse. 87
Neutral 50 So I had to do something else to keep them occupied here. Or as you like to say "trapped." I prefer to have several Plan 9s in case the 7s fail. 88
Why did you trap them? Neutral 50 {To himself} I suspect I have Plan Cs in place, but I may have coded myself to forget them, just in case... they're probably very dangerous, lethal, or worse. 89
Neutral 50 So I had to do something else to keep them occupied here. Or as you like to say "trapped." I prefer to have several plan Bs in case the As fail. 90
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic029 Klein... Mobius... O's a circle... 8's an infinity symbol... they're all loops, I get it. Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] O, you figured it out. No pun intended. 91
So that's why they have all those stupid names? Sad 50 [FAILED] {Slightly hurt} I don't know if they're stupid, I was trying for accuracy. 92
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic030 I think I'm going to kill you after all. Neutral 50 Really? Oh... {surprised, drew a conclusion} you're not thinking about doing it, you {emph} are going to do it. 93
I think I'm going to kill you after all. Neutral 50 {DUPE} Oh, intriguing. I've never been killed before. {Beat} Although after that time I got that phlegmy discharge in my biogel... I wished I had been. 94
Neutral 50 {DUPE} Well, if there's going to be killing, I defer to your expertise in this matter. 95
Neutral 50 {DUPE} How should we begin? Engineered viruses? Canceratic beams? Atomics? Electrocutioning? Or... should I summon my minions...? {savoring it} Yes, my minions. 96
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic032 Anything I could do to stop them that doesn't require violence? Sad 50 Well... you {emph} could try and appeal to their humanity. {Dubious} That's a tired cliché. And really, when they were humans, they weren't very good humans. 97
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic033 That's kind of an asshole thing to do to your friends. Neutral 50 Is it? Hmm... I suppose it is. But really, they started the whole "excrement hole" behavior loop in the first place. 98
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic034 Minor detail, but a snake devouring its own tail is "Ouro-borus," not "Ouro-borous." Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] {Genuinely surprised} Really? It is so unlike me to make an error in anything I do. 99
Ouro-bor-ous? What the hell does that mean? Sad 50 [FAILED] A snake that sucks its own dingle-thingy, I believe. Borous was always too obsessed with animals and their dingle-thingies. 100
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic035 If you lobotomized the Think Tank, why terrorize them? Neutral 50 Well, it's simple. Despite their many failings, they are rather bright. They are the "Think Tank" for a raisin. That, I didn't change. 101
Neutral 50 Without something to distract them, make them afraid, they would simply de-deuce what had happened. And when they start deucing it up... 102
Neutral 50 Then you came along, the final variable solved. They saw that their world was larger than they perceived. Bacteria, finally able to see its host. 103
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic037 But there must have been other signs of a larger world. Neutral 50 There have been other visitors to make them doubt their perceptions, but you are the one who dialed back their monitor-micro-magnifiers. 104
Neutral 50 You were irrefutable proof that there was a world outside. And then there was the whole "brain" fiasco, which forced me to take steps. 105
Neutral 50 See, your brain had a special kind of... uh... wrinkle, a unique-ity that they had never thought to try in all their countless escape attempts. 106
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic040 The bullet that went into my brain? Doc Mitchell tried to patch me up, but... Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] Yes. Very good. I should have Mentats ingest you instead of the other way around. Mmm. Mentats. 107
Huh? What are you talking about? Sad 50 [FAILED] I would spell it out for you, but when I start spelling, I lose track of the letters. Little symbols run around everywhere, annoying. 108
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic041 A cranial injury. From the attack outside Goodsprings. Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] {DUPE} Yes. Very good. I should have Mentats ingest you instead of the other way around. Mmm. Mentats. 109
What, some kind of medical condition? Sad 50 [FAILED] {DUPE} I would spell it out for you, but when I start spelling, I lose track of the letters. Little symbols run around everywhere, annoying. 110
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic042 So you set your threats on a loop to keep them occupied? Neutral 50 Yes. I certainly wouldn't loop it on purpose purpose purpose. I am far too sophisticated to make such a childish error error error. 111
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic043 Do you know anything about the other visitors? Neutral 50 Oh, not much, except they contaminated Big MT and installed new ideas in the Think Tank. 112
Neutral 50 One caused a great deal of infrastructure damage with his brain and smartyness. Ruthless, that one. Played a little rough with the trains. 113
Neutral 50 {Thinking} But the last one was the most dangerous. Him... eh... slipping away... that was almost as bad as the Think Tank escaping. 114
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic044 What do you mean? Neutral 50 The first one, the ruthless one who smashed up our toy trains, asked for weapons, power. Items he could use to destroy a nation with force. 115
Neutral 50 {Quiet, a little worried} The other... the other asked a different question, and with it, got the true answer. About what makes nations... and what breaks them. 116
Neutral 50 He spoke to the Think Tank, to Klein. Showed them the flag of the Old World... and it made them remember. All of it. All that had happened. 117
Neutral 50 They shared things with him that they shouldn't. He now carries those ideas, that knowledge elsewhere. 118
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic045 Klein said they had the idea to get the three technologies after your broadcast. Coincidence? Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] I consider "coincidence" to be profanity, along with the words, "astrology," "herbal tea," and "luck." So watch it, Potty Mouth. 119
I don't understand why they wanted me to gather the technologies. Sad 50 [FAILED] Oh, I don't think they understood, either. 120
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic046 What is the purpose of the technologies? Neutral 50 The X-2 Antenna can be used to focus your alpha wave frequency thought patterns. The Sneaky Suit? Why, it houses a cardiac regulator. 121
Neutral 50 And the sonic soundwave projecto-emitter was never intended as a weapon. It was a medicinal vertebrae-pulse-de-sensitizer. 122
Neutral 50 In short: Brains, a heart, and courage... spine. {Thinking, talking about Wizard of Oz} I think there was a story once where a band of murderous thugs sought these things. 123
Disgust 50 {Rueful} They had them all the time in the story. Didn't stop them from murdering to get them, and it won't stop the Think Tank, either. 124
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic047 But the Think Tank downloaded the schematics, not the items. They can rebuild them. Neutral 50 Oh. That means my plan is a total failure. That is unfortunate. 125
Neutral 50 Oh, well, at least I tried. 126
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic048 Was there any other data transmitted in your threat broadcast? Neutral 50 Yes, my overly aggressive chemmed-up broadcast was designed to keep reinforcing the "forget," "fear," "rinse," and "repeat" program. 127
Neutral 50 Oh, and the "get me the things to castrate your only possible escape attempt." 128
Neutral 50 But I couldn't delete you or your arrival anymore than I could the other visitors. {Shakes head} Only so much Science can do when you started talking to them. 129
Neutral 50 You're really quiet difficult to ignore, you know. It's because you're... well, bah! Rather intriguing, if you'll forgive an old brain for saying so. 130
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic049 I'd really, really like to kill them. Neutral 50 Hmmm. Well, if you're determined to go down that road, so be it. They will undoubtedly switch off the pacification field when you return. 131
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic050 The only "wrinkle" is the one that bullet made going into my brainpan. Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] {DUPE} Yes. Very good. I should have Mentats ingest you instead of the other way around. Mmm. Mentats. 132
If you don't get to the point, I'm going to start shooting. Sad 50 [FAILED] {DUPE} I would spell it out for you, but when I start spelling, I lose track of the letters. Little symbols run around everywhere, annoying. 133
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic052 I'd like to make the effort. Neutral 50 Well, there's many things they have forgotten, sitting in their bowls. Friendship. The thrill of discovery. Love. Masturbation. The usual. 134
Neutral 50 Much like {emph} your brain, I am certain there is something you can spark within each of them. Memories, hormones... 135
Neutral 50 ...a wise man once said, the eyes do more than see. Make them see, if you can. 136
Neutral 50 Or, if not, you can always make them succumb to fear... it certainly worked for me. For a time. 137
Neutral 50 Then you came along, and bravery and/or desperation trumped that little idea. Back to the drawing board, I suppose. Or is this the end? Hard to tell. 138
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic053 Scare them? How? Neutral 50 Oh, tell them I'm still alive, we had a nice chat, and we agree on a few things. That's true... isn't it? 139
Neutral 50 Or, you could kill me and lie about it. {Thinks it over} Either way, it would be interesting. 140
Neutral 50 And if you are partial to lying and deception... well, you could tell them a ludicrous lie. The more over-the-top, the better, that's my experience. 141
Neutral 50 They're more than a little gullible. {Warning} Better make it convincing, though, or it'll be the dissection table and vivisectors for you. 142
Neutral 50 {Puffs up a bit} And if you speak of me, please try and make me look good. I am Dr. Mobius, after all, not some lab assistant teacher's aide. 143
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic054 Can I have a Mentat? Neutral 50 Why, of course you can. I am well-versed in the Science of sharing. {To himself, happy} Well, when not chemmed out of my sphere. 144
Can I have a Mentat? Neutral 50 Another? Why, of course. Happy to contribute to Science through chemistry. 145
Happy 50 Come back within the sequential span of twenty-five hours minus one, I'll have more... or is it two or three more spans? {Soft chuckle} Time, you elusive creature. 146
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic055 I can't fix your monitor, but if you're getting ghost reception, I can fix that. Neutral 50 [SUCCEEDED] The ghosts aren't real? That changes everything. Why, I can save my computing power for other perceptual unpossibilities. 147
Neutral 50 Please be my guest... the receptor is there... and the side-switching wobbly-bob, just turn that... good, good, better... 148
Neutral 50 Oh... oooooh, yes, that feels wonderful. Mmmmm. This is even better than my afternoon Mentats break. Mmmm. 149
A good hit with a hammer might fix your monitor. Happy 50 [FAILED] Oh, I tried that already. Might have {intentional} contributated to the problem, now that I re-think it. {Polite} But, thank you for asking before trying it. 150
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusLVLTopic056 So if I don't get my brain back in my head, I can't leave, ever? Neutral 50 Oh, no. I doubt {emph} your brain would be so unraisinable. It already knows the trick of it, you see. Doesn't need to be in a host body at all. 151
Neutral 50 If you become friends or exist in an uneasy truce with weapons aimed at each other, it would unlock the fence for {emph} you. 152
Neutral 50 Well, once the Think Tank was... dealt with, of course. {Smiles, confidentially} Your brain is a responsible sort, doesn't want mad scientists running around everywhere! 153
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusTopic000 Surrender, Mobius, I don't want to fight you. Neutral 50 Oh. Well... that's good. Were we supposed to fight? I certainly don't feel violent, but... well, these contraptions make it hard to tell. 154
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNVDLC03DoctorMobiusTopic001 I've defeated your Giant Robo-Scorpion, you're next. Surprise 50 Oh... did I leave that on? {To self} I thought I'd powered it down - {realization} was wondering what was causing the power outages. 155
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNoDomeAccess NVDLC03DialogueMobiusNoDomeAccess Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} What, are you a salesman? Go away. There is no access to the Dome. It is FORBIDDEN. {Beat} And locked. 156
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedStart NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedStart Neutral 50 {2D Announcement} Intruder, you will not escape the eyes of my Robo-Scorpions! Or their pincers! 157
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedX13 NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedX13 Neutral 50 {2D Announcement} You think that Aural Stealth Suit will keep you hidden from me? Think again! 158
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedX2 NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedX2 Neutral 50 {2D Announcement} Intruder, return what you have stolen from X-2! 159
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedX8 NVDLC03DialogueMobiusReclaimedX8 Neutral 50 {2D Announcement} If you think braving the Cyberdogs of X-8 makes you... brave, intruder, it is no use. {emph} All Cyberdogs are under my command, and they will bite you. 160
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusScorpionRestored NVDLC03DialogueMobiusScorpionRestored Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} Oh, is someone playing with the power...? My X-42 Giant Robo-Scorpion lives AGAIN! 161
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusScorpionTest NVDLC03DialogueMobiusScorpionTest Neutral 50 {2D - broadcast over speakers} Attention: Visitors. Combat experiment in progress. Please put on your goggles and take your Rad-X now. 162
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusTargetDrones NVDLC03DialogueMobiusTargetDrones Neutral 50 {2D} Oh... it looks like the target drones got activated and - oh, how cute, they're engaging the X-42 Giant Robo-Scorpion. Let's see the shrapnel fly! 163
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusThinkTankThreats NVDLC03DialogueMobiusThinkTankThreats Neutral 50 {2D} {Sneering, imperious} If it isn't my old colleagues, the mighty "Think Tank" of Big {"Mountain"} MT. Big fools, all of you. 164
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusThinkTankThreats Neutral 50 {2D} It is I, Dr. Mobius, transmitting from my dome-shaped... dome in the Forbidden Zone. A zone... that is, yes... {emph} forbidden to you. 165
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusThinkTankThreats Neutral 50 {2D} Even now, my deadly Robo-Scorpions swarm across Big MT with their pincers and pointy laser tails. Soon, all Science will be mine. 166
NVDLC03DialogueMobiusThinkTankThreats Neutral 50 {2D} Even the technologies sealed in the Big MT research centers cannot save you. So cower in your "Think Tank." Wait, for the end. 167
NVDLC03EndingSlideFlag01 NVDLC03EndingSlideFlag01 Neutral 50 {Narration} There is an expression in the Wasteland: "Old World Blues." 168
NVDLC03EndingSlideFlag05 NVDLC03EndingSlideFlag05 Neutral 50 {Narration} {Good or Neutral Karma} In the times following the Second Battle of Hoover Dam, however, Old World Blues took on a new meaning. 169
NVDLC03EndingSlideFlag05 Neutral 50 {Narration} {Bad Karma} The Big Empty lived up to its name, a hollow crater of failures of a past era, a last, sad statement of the Old World. 170
NVDLC03EndingSlideMobius NVDLC03EndingSlideForbiddenZone Neutral 50 {Narration} {Mobius alive} Dr. Mobius continued his research undisturbed in the Forbidden Zone. 171
Neutral 50 {Narration} As much as he had attempted to create better scorpions, he tried the same with humanity, with considerably less success. 172
Neutral 50 {Narration} These failures didn't bother him overmuch. Once the rush of Mentats wore off, he forgot he had failed in any event. 173
Neutral 50 {Narration} {Gentle, complimentary} After all, the bright young mind who had come to visit him in the Forbidden Zone had already exceeded his expectations. 174
NVDLC03EndingSlideForbiddenZone Neutral 50 {Narration} {Mobius dead} The Forbidden Zone continued to be, true to its name, forbidden. No more Robo-Scorpions were sighted in its canyons. 175
Neutral 50 {Narration} Big {Mountain} MT became even emptier, devoid of Dr. Mobius' proclamations forecasting the destruction of anything that dared possess sentience. 176
Neutral 50 {Narration} Still, it is said he lived on in the equations inscribed on the floor and walls of the Forbidden Zone dome... 177
NVDLC03EndingSlideMobiusDead NVDLC03EndingSlideMobiusDead Neutral 50 {Narration} {Good or Neutral Karma player, sad} ...a cobweb tracery of symbols that told of a thousand brilliant thoughts, now lost to time. 178
NVDLC03EndingSlideMobiusDead Neutral 50 {Narration} {Bad Karma} ...but these equations were nothing more than thin white traceries of lines, not unlike cobwebs in the corners of a failing mind. 179
NVDLC03EndingSlideStart NVDLC03EndingSlideIntro Neutral 50 {Narration} {Bad Karma} {Ruthless, authoritative} As it had been in the years before the Great War, Big {Mountain} MT... the Big Empty... became home to one of the most powerful minds of the 23rd century. 180
Neutral 50 {Narration} The Courier who had been brought to the Big Empty became its new overlord, using its facilities ruthlessly and decisively when needed. 181
Neutral 50 {Narration} Sometimes Science is more than a quest for discovery - it is a weapon to be used in the service of one with the strength to understand it. 182
NVDLC03EndingSlideIntro Neutral 50 {Narration} {Good or Neutral Karma} As it had been in the years before the Great War, Big {Mountain} MT... the Big Empty... became home to one of brightest minds of the 23rd century. 183
Neutral 50 {Narration} The Courier watched over the Big Empty for years to come, caring for it, and keeping its discoveries safe until they were needed to help others. 184
Neutral 50 {Narration} Which had always been Big {Mountain} MT's purpose. Past the laboratories and Science, it had always been intended as a place to build the future of all mankind. 185
NVDLC03IntroSlide01 NVDLC03IntroSlide01 Neutral 50 {Narration} In the years before the Great War, Big Mountain had been the home to the brightest minds of the 21st century. 186
NVDLC03IntroSlide02 NVDLC03IntroSlide02 Neutral 50 {Narration} Scientists of vision were drawn to the facility to tackle the greatest technological challenges of the era. 187
Neutral 50 {Do Not Record} 188
NVDLC03IntroSlide03 NVDLC03IntroSlide03 Neutral 50 {Narration} They sought to create a new world, fueled by technology, for the benefit of all mankind. 189
Neutral 50 {Do Not Record} 190
NVDLC03IntroSlide04 NVDLC03IntroSlide04 Neutral 50 {Narration} Sonic emitters, space age alloys, DNA hybridization, force field particle research, Auto-Doc advances in cranial, cardiac, and trauma surgery... 191
Neutral 50 {Narration} ...the hopes and dreams of a century became realities in the electronic forges of Big Mountain. 192
NVDLC03IntroSlide05 NVDLC03IntroSlide05 Neutral 50 {Narration} The nucleus of this research was the Dome, a huge stone facility that held the labs of every science known to man. 193
Neutral 50 {Narration} It was a think tank where no problem could not be solved, where no question could not be answered. 194
NVDLC03IntroSlide06 NVDLC03IntroSlide06 Neutral 50 {Narration} The Great War brought a new energy to Big Mountain and its scientists. 195
Neutral 50 {Do Not Record} 196
NVDLC03IntroSlide07 NVDLC03IntroSlide07 Neutral 50 {Narration} Although sheltered from the frontlines, the scientists waged their own war, fighting their battles at the atomic level. 197
Neutral 50 {Do Not Record} 198
NVDLC03IntroSlide08 NVDLC03IntroSlide08 Neutral 50 {Narration} Equations and calculations marched endlessly across chalkboards and computer terminals toward one solution: Winning the war. 199
Neutral 50 {Do Not Record} 200
NVDLC03IntroSlide09 NVDLC03IntroSlide09 Neutral 50 {Narration} For years, the minds and computers of Big Mountain were a blaze of trajectories, weapon schematics, and nuclear theories. 201
NVDLC03IntroSlide10 NVDLC03IntroSlide10 Neutral 50 {Narration} The problems began to outpace the solutions, first geometrically, then exponentially. As the war escalated, so did the questions. 202
NVDLC03IntroSlide11 NVDLC03IntroSlide11 Neutral 50 {Narration} On the night of October 23rd, 2077, the scientists received an answer that put all their questions to rest. 203
NVDLC03IntroSlide12 NVDLC03IntroSlide12 Neutral 50 {Narration} In the aftermath, Big Mountain's silent experiments went to sleep, their creators slowly dying in the new world that had been left behind. 204
NVDLC03IntroSlideDLC NVDLC03IntroSlideDLC Neutral 50 {Do Not Record - NVDLC03 Slide} 205
NVDLC03IntroSlideEND NVDLC03IntroSlideEND Neutral 50 {Narration} And the great stone in the middle of the Big Empty lay untouched, filled with countless technological wonders... 206
Neutral 50 {Narration} Wonders that, in the end, had been answers to the wrong question. 207
NVDLC03IntroSlideFNV NVDLC03IntroSlideFNV Neutral 50 {Do Not Record - NVDLC03 Slide} 208
NVDLC03X8Countdown01 NVDLC03X8Countdown01 Neutral 50 And one... as in MOBIUS has won! {Evil laugh} I hope it's blowing up right now in your faces.{2D} 209
NVDLC03X8Countdown04 NVDLC03X8Countdown04 Neutral 50 Four as in 4-BIDDEN! Do you hear me Think Tank? It is I, Mobius, hacking your frequencosity.{2D} 210
TestDUPLICATE000 < Test Node: Do Not Translate. > Neutral 50 Dr. O... which is actually not his real name multiplied, since you can't multiply his real name in the first place... {Trying for oo-roh-BOH-rohs} Ouro-bor-ous, Klein... 211
Neutral 50 They have all forgotten themselves. And not only themselves, but the world, sense of time, and history. All that is left is what's here. 212
Neutral 50 I reprogrammed their chronometers, geometers, and cartography programs. This is now their world, here, Big {Mountain} MT. 213
Neutral 50 It was a merciful lobotomy, really, thinking back. They were my friends, but... {genuine sad moment} sometimes they would take things too far. 214
Neutral 50 {Quiet, sad} And the world isn't ready for that kind of too-far-thing-taking. That's my professional opinion, anyway, and I am told I was once quiet professional. 215
< Test Node: Do Not Translate. > Neutral 50 In any event, {emph} you showed up at the Think Tank, and because you had suffered a cranial injury in just the right place... 216
Neutral 50 Bullets in the head are usually much more fatal, and yours was a light case of bullet-head-itis. 217
Neutral 50 But... it was enough for the Auto-Doc in the Sink to change its programming to fix the problem. And the brain extraction technology for once, worked. 218
Neutral 50 That gave the Think Tank the knowledge its brains shouldn't... couldn't... {should+couldn't} sh'couldn't possess. With that knowledge, the procedure can be reversed. 219
Neutral 50 If they obtain that procedural data, they can use it to mush and modify their cranial selves into hosts to slip past the Radar Fence, I'm sure of it. 220
Neutral 50 And once they're off the reservation... 221
< Test Node: Do Not Translate. > Neutral 50 My threat broadcast is designed to instill... and install... fear. And along with the emotional download, other data rides the fear carrier wave. 222
Neutral 50 It prompted them to focus on retrieving those technologies and bring them to "attack" me. 223
Neutral 50 And coincidentally... pardon my language... all those technologies are needed to put a brain, your brain, back into its skull. Properly. 224


Time for me to go. Goodbye. Neutral 50 Indeed, the uh... goodbye part of our little chat, then. Uh... Goodbye. Please mind the equations on the floor. 225
HELLO Hello Neutral 50 I come in peace, visitor. Take me to... Oh. That's your line isn't it? 226
Hello Neutral 50 Yellow. Uh... Hallow. No, wait, uh... oh, hello. Yes, that's it. 227
Hello Neutral 50 So nice seeing you again - for perhaps the first time. 228
NVDLC03MobiusSatelliteBark NVDLC03SatelliteBark Neutral 50 Ah, trying to steal the X-2 Transmitter Array Antenna, are you? You won't succeed, not if my lethal Robo-Scorpions have any say in the matter. 229
NVDLC03X13MobiusBark NVDLC03X13MobiusBark Neutral 50 X-13 breached? No... even that stealth suit won't hide you from my Robo-Scorpion army. Sting the intruder, my pets! Sting them until they are stupid. 230
NVDLC03X8MobiusBark NVDLC03X8MobiusBark Neutral 50 {Disdain, confusion, then rage} So... you recovered the Sonic Emitter schematics - {to himself} or was it the frequency? No matter. It'll broadcast your screams as my Robo-Scorpions destroy you!{2D} 231


AcceptYield AcceptYield Neutral 50 Oh, you didn't mean to do that? Not to worry, all is forgiven, forgotten, and forbidden. 232
Assault Assault Neutral 50 {Mildly curious, player just punched him} My, is it vivisection time already? 233
Attack Attack Neutral 50 AttackinG. With a capital G. 234
Attack Neutral 50 If a protracted battle is what you desire, so be it. 235
Attack Neutral 50 I attack you. Oh, yes, attack. You. 236
Attack Neutral 50 {Disdainful, setting up as a cliche, then goes in a different direction} So, you think you're a match for Science?! {Beat, to himself} You two couldn't possibly have a relationship, you have {emph} nothing in common. 237
Attack Neutral 50 You've made Science mad! {Evil laugh} Very mad, indeed. 238
Attack Neutral 50 You can't avoid the deadly laser sting of Dr. Mobius. 239
Attack Neutral 50 This is a pre-recorded attack message indicating my desire to commit violence on you. 240
Attack Neutral 50 Crush them with your pincers! 241
Attack Neutral 50 X-42, attack, in the name of Mobius! 242
Attack Neutral 50 You won't escape me! 243
Attack Neutral 50 Robo-Scorpion, attack! 244
Attack Neutral 50 Go, my minion, sting them in the name of all that is Mobius. 245
Attack Neutral 50 I see you. Now, I end you. 246
Attack Neutral 50 You're no match for Science! 247
AvoidThreat AvoidThreat Neutral 50 Stored energy combined with light, heat, sound, and pressure. 248
AvoidThreat Neutral 50 You dare use physics?! Against {emph} me? 249
AvoidThreat Neutral 50 Explosives? Are you serious? 250
AvoidThreat Neutral 50 Better get a nuke if you want to hurt my pet. 251
AvoidThreat Neutral 50 {Bomb flying toward him} Oh, crap. 252
AvoidThreat Neutral 50 No one told me the target had bomb things! 253
Death Death Neutral 50 {Thinking, slightly introspective} So that's what being killed feels like. 254
Death Neutral 50 {Says this out loud} Burble... Spark... Burble. And... So... I... Die. 255
Death Neutral 50 You have GOT to be kidding me. 256
Death Neutral 50 There is no way this is happening. 257
Death Neutral 50 My calculations were perfect! There was no other outcome except success! 258
Death Neutral 50 Nooooooo! 259
Death Neutral 50 My Robo-Scorpion! 260
Death Neutral 50 Ooooooh, you'll pay for this! 261
Flee Flee Neutral 50 {To himself} Well, I've experimented with a frontal assault long enough. 262
Flee Neutral 50 Time to debug my tactical routines. 263
Hit Hit Neutral 50 {Confused} Is that pain I feel? 264
Hit Neutral 50 That burns my biogel. 265
Hit Neutral 50 If I lose another monitor... 266
Hit Neutral 50 Ha-ha! 267
Hit Neutral 50 Pitiful. 268
Hit Neutral 50 Looking for a weak spot? There ARE NO WEAK SPOTS. 269
Hit Neutral 50 You'll never disable me from the monitors around the room. 270
Hit Neutral 50 Let's make this sporting. 271
Hit Neutral 50 Defiant to the end. 272
Hit Neutral 50 Ow! 273
Hit Neutral 50 Stop that! You'll damage the hull. 274
Hit Neutral 50 Oh, hit my Robo-Scorpion, will you? 275
Hit Neutral 50 Destroy this one, I'll make more. 276
Hit Neutral 50 <Grunt.> 277
Hit Neutral 50 <Grunt.> 278
PowerAttack PowerAttack Neutral 50 This next attack is just what the doctor ordered. 279
PowerAttack Neutral 50 You want POWER? I'll give you POWER. 280
PowerAttack Neutral 50 {Makes a SFX} WanWANWan 281
PowerAttack Neutral 50 Focus the atomic laser stinger. Full power! 282
PowerAttack Neutral 50 Laser stinger - fire! 283
PowerAttack Neutral 50 Sting the pest! 284
PowerAttack Neutral 50 Laser sting! 285
PowerAttack Neutral 50 Feel the full power of my Robo-Scorpion's arsenal. 286
PowerAttack Neutral 50 Sting them, my pets! Sting them stupid! 287
PowerAttack Neutral 50 Activating special attack routine. 288


AlertIdle AlertIdle Neutral 50 {Introspective} Did I imagine all this? {Beat} Just like the tortoises. 289
AlertIdle Neutral 50 An intruder is here, I'm certain of it. 290
AlertIdle Neutral 50 Hmmm. 291
AlertIdle Neutral 50 All right, everyone, calm down. Might have been a blip. 292
AlertIdle Neutral 50 Are you sure you scanned something? 293
AlertToCombat AlertToCombat Neutral 50 Think you could hide from me? Uh, again? 294
AlertToCombat Neutral 50 Ah, there's our victim. 295
AlertToCombat Neutral 50 Eureka! 296
AlertToCombat Neutral 50 The eye of Mobius sees you! 297
AlertToCombat Neutral 50 Time for violence. 298
AlertToNormal AlertToNormal Neutral 50 {DUPE, different filter} :: Whistles, as if trying to get someone to come out of hiding. :: 299
AlertToNormal Neutral 50 :: Whistles, as if trying to get someone to come out of hiding. :: 300
CombatToLost CombatToLost Neutral 50 By Jove's lugnuts, I need to get this monitor fixed. 301
CombatToLost Neutral 50 It was just here! Scan for it! 302
CombatToLost Neutral 50 Radar-scanning. 303
CombatToLost Neutral 50 Ping, ping, ping. 304
CombatToLost Neutral 50 What do you mean, you lost him? Look harder! 305
CombatToNormal CombatToNormal Neutral 50 Hmph. Not very sporting. 306
CombatToNormal Neutral 50 Wait for it to come to you, my pet. 307
CombatToNormal Neutral 50 Oh, forget this. 308
CombatToNormal Neutral 50 Not going to waste any more energy cells on this. 309
CombatToNormal Neutral 50 Let's scuttle off, find something else to sting. 310
LostIdle LostIdle Neutral 50 Oh, well. Now I have this adrenaline rush that's going to make me loopy all day. 311
LostIdle Neutral 50 Go back to patrol, you... piece of junk. 312
LostIdle Neutral 50 {Impatient} STILL scanning. 313
LostIdle Neutral 50 {Grumbling} Need to calibrate these Robo-Sensors. 314
LostIdle Neutral 50 {Grumbling} Should invest in walking eyes. 315
LostToCombat LostToCombat Neutral 50 Found you! 316
LostToCombat Neutral 50 Eureka! 317
LostToCombat Neutral 50 {Smug, evil} Attack routines loading. 318
LostToCombat Neutral 50 Did you really think you could escape Dr. Mobius? 319
LostToCombat Neutral 50 {Pleased} Oh, locking on. Good. 320
LostToCombat Neutral 50 Where the hell did it come from? 321
LostToCombat Neutral 50 These intruders are getting frustrating. 322
LostToNormal LostToNormal Neutral 50 Cancel the search routine already. 323
LostToNormal Neutral 50 Divert power from receptors to mobilizers. 324
LostToNormal Neutral 50 Back to your patrol routine, Robo-Scorpion. 325
NormalToAlert NormalToAlert Neutral 50 Radar-scan successful. Target... acquired. 326
NormalToAlert Neutral 50 Corpse-ify the intruder. 327
NormalToAlert Neutral 50 I sense an intruder. 328
NormalToAlert Neutral 50 Mobius to Robo-Scorpion: Scan for unconfirmed target. 329
NormalToAlert Neutral 50 If someone's out there, I, Dr. Mobius wish to say hello to you. 330
NormalToAlert Neutral 50 Let's be friends, you and I. 331
NormalToCombat StartCombat Neutral 50 Tail locking on! 332
StartCombat Neutral 50 Prepare to be attacked by Dr. Mobius! 333
StartCombatResponse StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 A challenge! 334
StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 You dare to cross Dr. Mobius! 335
StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 I will reduce you to atoms! {Correcting, quieter} I mean, a more chaotic, painful array of atoms. 336
StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 You're no match for the power of Mobius! 337
StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 Feel the wrath of the science of X-42! 338
StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 Attack! 339
StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 In the name of Dr. Mobius! 340
StartCombatResponse Neutral 50 Destroy the intruder, my minion! 341
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