That story excerpt is kind of awkward. The armor on that archer looks sort of Asian, Great Wall reference maybe?
Dean Lister is neat, though it has the same problem as other strength retention breakers in that it matters less if they don't stack the same type of ice... unless you use it on an AI. How teasing of them to hide the influence cost too.>>52433037>what corp (and/or division of the corp) do you guys most like?
I like space, so Weyland and Jack's rapid development to reach the stars and the general mystery behind his motivations resonate with me quite well. That their audacious playstyle can be quite fun is a small benefit.>which corp's bad shit would you be most willing to ignore?
All the corps have a good side that has been pretty impactful to the Android world. HB's development of bioroids allowed humans to stay away from dangerous work, Jinteki's clones are an immense contribution to medical research and organ replacement procedures, NBN is literally everywhere and can finetune entertainment for any individual, and while Weyland generally has its finger in every pie, their practice of investing in small corps to build them up before letting them go should be a boon to any start up company.
On the flip side, Weyland has the worst reputation and rumors surrounding them, NBN's privacy issue shouldn't be alien to us even before mentioning their "reeducation" programmes, if you disagree with Jinteki's treatment of clones then they can be pretty shady, and while HB's bioroids have allowed dangerous work, they have also made an equal amount of human workers to lose their jobs. Ultimately though, I think NBN gets somewhat of a pass due to how central they are to just *existing* in Android. Living off-grid is an option, but tolerating them is basically a requirement to not live in the slums (or even then).