Gurth Wrote: "" Message: 38 From: "Gurth" <gurth@******.nl> Organization: Plastic Warriors To: shadowrn@*********.com Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 12:08:25 +0200 Subject: Re: Decker Mage was Re: A Van... Reply-To: shadowrn@*********.com
Although virtually all deckers seem to have it (including mine), I have never actually found much use for headware memory in the game, except for copying the contents of skillsofts into... Am I missing something here? ""
well i for one, use it to add a bit of RP element to my decker. he uses it to store any useful files on people or things on the current run, so he doesn't have to go hooking up to [insert deck/comptuer here] to pull up information. plus, you never know when you may need that extra mem.
On Wed, 31 May 2000 12:05:15 -0700 (PDT) Curtis Askren <vykar@*****.com> writes: <Headware Memory> > well i for one, use it to add a bit of RP element to > my decker. he uses it to store any useful files on > people or things on the current run, so he doesn't > have to go hooking up to [insert deck/comptuer here] > to pull up information. plus, you never know when you > may need that extra mem.
It would also be useful for Otaku, but of course, tehy couldn't afford it for a few runs.... Its also useful for when you don't have your deck handy and need to playt with some files (via image link, etc.) but, that applies to non-deckers as well...
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