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From: The Wyrm Ouroboros <aalberdk@******.SAN.UC.EDU>
Subject: Re: Wyrm and Solarial
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1993 22:03:49 -0400
> don't forget Buzz, MY decker. What I posted to the net is true,
>except for the bit about saving the world from the Schism in the UCAS CIA,
>he happens to be working on it right now in the game I'm running him in.
>I know people don't want to hear stats, but I'll tell you 2 of his skills in
>game terms. English 12, Comp.(decking) 10. Plus he can hold his own OUTSIDE
>the Matrix. Oh, and by the way those are his original skill scores. I
>haven't changed them from when I started running him. :)

Hmmm. Indeed. Well, we've all got similar grand experiences, TC -- Wyrm's
done some rather nasty things, and his Comp (software (decking)) is something
even more disgusting than yours, 'in game terms'. Doesn't really matter --
the Wyrm is (effectively) an NPC, even in my games. (Especially in my games.)
I mean, let's face it -- everybody knows somebody who's gotten over 5k karma
in his past history....

But where you fit Buzz in is up to you -- I'm under the impression, though,
that Solitaire and CB (or whomever) are no use .outside. the Matrix, so to them
falls the main task of finding Ouro -- and keeping him busy while the physical
team penetrates whatever defenses he has up.

>He has time and money. :) He also designed HIS C^2 deck. I'm actually having
>him, his brother and sister, as well as the rest of my team: Shadow,
>Bloodtooth, and Dragon come waltzing into the Tir. C'est la vie.
>Buzz will try tracing Solarial, because Buzz doesn't want a shadow war.
> Tom Craig

Again, some of us have that, some have other things. Ouro doesn't need money
any more, or so he says -- and yes, he's designed and built all his stuff.

Folks, PLEASE listen -- Ouro is .telling. you to concentrate on him. Asking,
pleading, begging, whatever. He's got his reasons, you might be wise to listen
to him.

The (Dead) Wyrm of the .Net


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