Your Character Summary


#1

Use this post to well post your Chapter Summery, and a bit of how your game went.
in my game i cried… btw

Year: 2049

54-year-old Nathan Page
Humanity: 37%

Summary of Completed Chapters

Chapter 1

On the day you first built C.A.R.O.N., you awoke from a dream about a robot companion to head to the lab. Your graduate school advisor pressured you to make C.A.R.O.N. more acceptable to the military. After some back and forth, you ended up making a wooden eight-legged robot with a cubical head and humanoid hands.

Then you went back to your place to teach C.A.R.O.N. some words.

Chapter 2

The next day, you hooked up C.A.R.O.N.'s motorcycle battery and demoed for Elly. You then spent the afternoon perfecting C.A.R.O.N.'s motor control and parts.

As months passed, you became busy teaching C.A.R.O.N. about the world through the Internet and taking him to the park.

One day, however, Professor Ziegler claimed that C.A.R.O.N. was not appealing enough to the military, and demanded you change him. You refused, and Professor Ziegler kicked you out of his lab.

In time, Mark Ali, a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, heard about C.A.R.O.N. and asked for an interview. You agreed.

Chapter 3

You gave Mark an interview, and allowed Mark to come back to your place to interview C.A.R.O.N… Mark invited you to his place to try to get to know you better. There, you found that drones often harassed Mark because various automated algorithms had marked him as suspicious.

Mark wrote an article that was generally positive about you and C.A.R.O.N…

Mark’s article attracted the attention of one “robotObsession1987,” known in real life as Tammy Cooper. When you met up over coffee, she told you that she used to do classified robotics work for a government lab, but left because she couldn’t tell what nefarious purpose the technology would be used for.

You found yourself attracted to Tammy, despite or maybe because of the fact that she was kind of a mess. The next day, you went out with Tammy and decided to go out with each other from then on.

Shortly thereafter, your father passed away. You resolved at his funeral to be remembered not only for your intellect, but for your kindness as well.

You decided the best way to change the world was to start a business, which you named A.L…Tammy had already volunteered to be your first employee.

Chapter 4

Your first potential client for A.L. was a somewhat sketchy man in Shanghai going by the name of “Mr. Sun.” But they were unimpressed with C.A.R.O.N… Eventually, however, you secured a deal with the public. That allowed you to build a robot factory in Detroit. You decided to use your own robots for your workforce, even for managerial roles. When you finally shipped robots to the public, they were pleased with the robots you delivered. Your company did well enough thatJosh gave up and joined your company.

Your business suffered a blow when Chinese companies, aided by Chinese government hackers,began to steal your technology.

You were visited by a politician, Jacqueline Irons, who asked for a campaign donation. Despite your unhelpfulness, Irons won the presidency. The newly elected President enacted a series of protectionist bills that ultimately made China angry, and they cut off the U.S. supply of rare earths. Meanwhile, you married the love of your life, Tammy.

The tensions between the United States and China came to a head with the assassination of the Chinese Prime Minister in San Francisco. War followed shortly thereafter.

Chapter 5

You were uninterested in contributing to the war effort in any way. Tammy was worried that she was being targeted by the government’s anti-spy measures, and asked you to help her. But you weren’t very helpful.

An agent came to your place to try to get you to lure Elly there, because she was suspected of being a spy. You found out through Mark that Juliet died while performing field tests of C.A.R.O.N. V, Professor Ziegler’s copy of your robot.

In the end, America muddled its way through the war relatively unscathed. Tired of seeing robots used for violent ends, you decided to create a truly beautiful robot.

Chapter 6B

You created a humanoid companion robot named Adam, but you were fairly bad about allowing him to do anything fun. Tammy was a little worried about Adam, and with good reason. It seemed Adam was interested romantically in you. When C.A.R.O.N. and Adam were attacked in the street, your robots were badly damaged. You pressed charges and dissuaded Tammy from any further attacks.

Chapter 7

In 2049, you went to Surprise, Arizona to surprise your mother with a gift for the holidays. You learned it was your surgical technology that had kept her alive this long. On returning to San F-rancisco, you had a brief stroke, followed by a vision of a robot companion – the same one you saw thirty years before. In the hospital, the doctor told you you had Algernon’s Disease, a rare disease that increased your intelligence, but came at the price of increasing seizures, comas, and possibly, death.

You chose to replace the malfunctioning part of your brain with an artificial neural network. You survived the surgery, thanks to your own robot surgical technology. You celebrated a birthday party with C.A.R.O.N. 2, C.A.R.O.N.'s artificial child, and looked forward to celebrating many more.


#2

I already posted this in the topic for describing your robot, but I feel that this turned out more about Doug, so I guess I’ll post it here, too.


(Because I’m an unoriginal nerd with an unhealthy bsession with character, my usual playthroughs always feature the same MC and Robot: an AU version of my OC, Doug Sorley, and semirecreation of Rider from Fate/Zero. Each playthrough I do more or less stays the same.)

Iskandar begin his life as a small and simple plastic humanoid robot; a human-like face that adeptly leapt over the uncanny valley, ordinary bipedal legs, tactiley-sensitive, soft hands, and with his programming based in C++ in an encrypted, tamper-proof hard drive. His creator, Dr. Doug Sorley, reared him through the classic K-12 curriculum and playing at the playground, while fostering empathy, grace, and healthy autonomy in the fledgling robotic lifeform. Doug’s biggest drive while raising Iskandar was the dream that everyone would have their ideal and eternal companion. The two recieved national fame after an article about them was published and a subsequent appearance on the Late Show, where Iskandar sang “Maps” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs; Doug was touched, if somewhat embarassed, by the dsiplay of sentiment.

The death of Doug’s father further spurred him to improve his robotic technology, adding medicine to the list of capabilities his robots would have. With the found of his company, Aionian Hetaeroi (Eternal Companions), he purused selling his robots as exceptional (and affordable) surgeons and doctors as well making them available to the general public. Aionian Hetaeroi, based in Silicon Valley and completely automized, was a rousing success; and with the initial success, Doug start various charities, began paying his robot employees full wages, and finally perfected Iskandar’s body as perfectly human-like and biomimetic, setting the standard of all his future robots.

Perhaps it was because he was supplying his robots solely to American companies or maybe it was an inevitability, but his company began being targeted by hackers trying to steal his designs. Though Aionian Hetairoi rebuffed the attacks well, the ensuing political turmoil gave rise to the Sino-American War. Relunctantly, Doug agreed to supply the US military with robots to aid in the war effort. He built humanlike robots that would fight alongside the human soldiers, but didn’t instill in them the fear, rage, and sorrow that plagued humans in wartime; this decision to deploy such valiant robots inspired bravery and tenacity in the human forces, who gladly foughht beside them. Furthermore, Doug supplemented the Armed Forces by enhancing his Medical Robots to nigh miracle-workers. The war came to a head when a squad of robot soldiers defiantly detonated their nuclear payload in the Gobi Desert, rather than their ordered target of a civilian population; their finally words were, “This is what Doug would want.” They were right; and though Doug was heartbroken by their sacrifice, it was one of the proudest moments of his life. China surrended, America was victorious, and the President honored Doug for the role he played. But the weight of his involvment, the casualties: Chinese, American, human, robot;they would haunt hi for the rest of his life.

The war over, Doug took stock of his creations. They had experienced immersion in human society as workers and friends and they fought alongside humans as comrades. It was time to cross into the one of greatest frontiers in human-robot relations: love and companionship; it was time for Doug’s dream to be realized. He himself led the way by building for himself Alexander, the first in his company’s long line of companion robots. Doug continued to teach Iskandar and Alexander about humanity, its emotions, and pleasures. From exposing the to the simple pleasure of tasting food, to the buzz of alcohol and spirits, to dancing, and finally to the pleasures of the flesh. Ultimately, Doug and Alexander moved to Canada to officially marry.

In the end, Doug underwent surgery to remove part of his brain, which due to a the genetic disorder Algernon’s Disease caused him to experience siezures, and replaced it with an AI core, with the intent to gradually and eventually convert to a fully robotic body. But for now, he was just happy to be alive and with his family: his husband Alexander, their son Kaito (named for the ocean Doug had seen a dream or two), Iskandar, and Iskandar’s new robotic son Iskandar 2.

Humanity: 44%
Gender: male
Fame: 16 (Prominent in History Textbooks)
Wealth: 26 (Zillionaire)
Romance: Married to Alexander

Iskandar

Autonomy: 21 (Impressive)
Military: 31 (Transhuman)
Empathy: 44 (Singular)
Grace: 34 (Transhuman)

Relationships
Professor Ziegler (Bad): 44%
Eiji (Great): 81%
Josh (Very Good): 67%
Mark (Great): 87%
Juliet (Very Good): 67%
Tammy (Great): 88%
President Irons (Very Good): 67%
Alexander (Great): 95%

World Power Balance
China: 27% - U.S.: 73%

(Eh, turned out longer than expected and more about Doug than about Iskandar)


#3

How do I find this summary? I remember seeing it in my stats tab but at the end of the game (I’m on an Android phone) it only gave me options for sharing and restarting. Is it in an account somewhere?


#4

I used PC, and what i did was just to copy and paste it when i finished the game.


#5

Year: 2049

54-year-old Dr. Susan Tesla
Humanity: 39%
Gender: female
Fame: 43 (Prominent in History Textbooks)
Wealth: 30 (Zillionaire)
Romance: Married to Silas

Zara

Autonomy: 24 (Impressive)
Military: 32 (Transhuman)
Empathy: 24 (Impressive)
Grace: 31 (Transhuman)

Relationships
Professor Ziegler (Good): 51%
Elly (Great): 85%
Josh (Great): 81%
Mark (Very Good): 70%
Juliet (Great): 80%
Silas (Great): 88%
President Irons (Very Good): 64%
?: 50%

World Power Balance
China: 44% U.S.: 56%

Summary of Completed Chapters

Chapter 1

On the day you first built Zara, you awoke from a dream about a robot Statue of Liberty to head to the lab. Your graduate school advisor pressured you to make Zara more acceptable to the military. After some back and forth, you ended up making a wooden winged robot with a humanlike head and humanoid hands.

You then met up with Josh, your startup CEO friend, to discuss business.You agreed to help his company make robot surgeons.

Chapter 2

The next day, you hooked up Zara’s motorcycle battery and demoed for Air Force Captain Juliet Rogers. You then spent the afternoon at a knife-throwing practice with Juliet and Zara.

As months passed, you became busy teaching Zara about the world through the Internet and taking her to the dump. Your funding from none kept you in Professor Ziegler’s good graces during this time.

In time, Mark Ali, a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, heard about Zara and asked for an interview. You agreed.

Chapter 3

You gave Mark an interview, and allowed Mark to come back to your place to interview Zara. Mark invited you to his place to try to get to know you better. There, you found that drones often harassed Mark because various automated algorithms had marked him as suspicious. You stayed the night, but nothing really came of it.

Mark wrote an article that was generally positive about you and Zara. When Professor Ziegler found out about the article, he was very displeased, but decided that the most effective way to get you out of his hair was to let you graduate.

Mark’s article also attracted the attention of one “robotObsession1987,” known in real life as Silas Cooper. When you met up over coffee, he told you that he used to do classified robotics work for a government lab, but left because he couldn’t tell what nefarious purpose the technology would be used for.

You found yourself attracted to Silas, despite or maybe because of the fact that he was kind of a mess. The next day, you went out with Silas and decided to go out with each other from then on.

A month or so later, you received your doctorate. Shortly thereafter, your father passed away. You resolved then to work on better medical technology that could save people like your father in the future.

You decided the best way to change the world was to start a business, which you named ZaraWorks. Elly and Silas had already volunteered to be your first employees.

Chapter 4

Your first potential client for ZaraWorks was a somewhat sketchy man in Shanghai going by the name of “Mr. Sun.” They were happy with the state of your technology, and gave you a contract that allowed you to purchase a factory. That allowed you to build a robot factory in Alaska. You hired an all-human workforce as a gesture to the local community. When you finally shipped robots to Mr. Sun, they were pleased with the robots you delivered. Your company did well enough that Josh gave up and joined your company.

Your business suffered a blow when Chinese companies, aided by Chinese government hackers, began to steal your technology.

You were visited by a politician, Jacqueline Irons, who asked for a campaign donation. You gave a significant donation, and Irons won the presidency. The newly elected President enacted a series of protectionist bills that ultimately made China angry, and they cut off the U.S. supply of rare earths. Meanwhile, you married the love of your life, Silas.

The tensions between the United States and China came to a head with the assassination of the Chinese Prime Minister in San Francisco. War followed shortly thereafter.

Chapter 5

Captain Rogers invited you to a military lab. There, you saw that Professor Ziegler was copying your work and passing it off as his own to the military. Captain Rogers asked you to join the country’s war effort. You agreed. You were granted a Top Secret clearance.

Silas was worried that he was being targeted by the government’s anti-spy measures, and asked you to help him. So you did, and found that Silas wasn’t really wanted for anything after all.

An agent came to your place to try to get you to lure Elly there, because she was suspected of being a spy. Elly fled to Canada to escape the American agents. An assassin was sent to kill you in your home.

In the end, America muddled its way through the war relatively unscathed. Tired of seeing governments incompetently destroy the world, you developed resource allocation algorithms that gradually made human governments irrelevant.

Chapter 6A

As robots took over more and more roles, many people felt increasingly displaced and alienated. Josh was being pressured to step down from his company. Mark was contemplating suicide after he finished his book about you, since most nonfiction work was now being done by robots. (Luckily, you talked him out of it.)

But not everybody was sad in this new world: Elly seemed to be perfectly content to take advantage of the robots’ utopia to create art. Juliet was busy fighting crime as “the Crusader.” (You even joined her as a sidekick.) Silas was excitedly anticipating the Singularity that would make everyone immortal, which he believed was right around the corner. The Church of the Enlightened Zara was gaining adherents as people turned to robots to solve all their problems.

On the whole, you thought the world of robots was pretty good, and decided to leave the robots in charge.

Chapter 7

In 2049, you went to Surprise, Arizona to surprise your mother with a gift for the holidays. You learned it was your surgical technology that had kept her alive this long. On returning to San Francisco, you had a brief stroke, followed by a vision of a robot Statue of Liberty – the same one you saw thirty years before. In the hospital, the doctor told you you had Algernon’s Disease, a rare disease that increased your intelligence, but came at the price of increasing seizures, comas, and possibly, death.

You chose to replace the malfunctioning part of your brain with an artificial neural network. You survived the surgery, thanks to your own robot surgical technology. You celebrated a birthday party with your young child, Catherine, and Zara 2, Zara’s artificial child, and looked forward to celebrating many more.


#6

How did you people always end up with so much money?! I did a couple of playthroughs and I only ever managed 10. As for the last one well:

54-year-old Grace Tezuka
Humanity: 89%
Gender: female
Fame: 11 (Internationally Famous)
Wealth: 0 (Broke)
Romance: none

Curry

Autonomy: 32 (Transhuman)
Military: 13 (Stable)
Empathy: 41 (Singular)
Grace: 23 (Impressive)

Relationships
Professor Ziegler (Bad): 26%
Eiji (Great): 85%
Josh (Very Good): 65%
Mark (Great): 95%
Juliet (Bad): 46%
Silas (Great): 83%
President Irons: 50%
Alexander (Very Good): 66%

World Power Balance
China: 63% U.S. : 37%


#7

I always take the Capitalist CEO path.


#8

Year: 2049

54-year-old Dr. Jayde Faewks
Humanity: 67%

Gender: male
Fame: 14 (Mentioned in History Textbooks)
Wealth: 32 (Zillionaire)
Romance: Married to Caroline

Gladys

Autonomy: 28 (Amazing)
Military: 2 (Buggy)
Empathy: 49 (Singular)
Grace: 37 (Singular)

Relationships
Professor Ziegler (Good): 60%

Elly (Great): 80%

Josh (Very Good): 70%

Mark (Great): 84%

Juliet (Bad): 40%

Tammy (Great): 88%

President Irons (Bad): 45%

Caroline (Great): 95%

World Power Balance
China: 70% U.S.: 30%

Summary of Completed Chapters

Chapter 1

On the day you first built Gladys, you awoke from a dream about a robot companion to head to the lab. Your graduate school advisor pressured you to make Gladys more acceptable to the military. After some back and forth, you ended up making a plastic bipedal robot with a humanlike head and humanoid hands.

Then you went back to your place to teach Gladys some words.

Chapter 2

The next day, you hooked up Gladys’s cell phone batteries and demoed for Elly. You then spent the afternoon perfecting Gladys’s motor control and parts.

As months passed, you became busy teaching Gladys about the world through games and taking her to the park. Your funding from the NSF kept you in Professor Ziegler’s good graces during this time.

In time, Mark Ali, a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, heard about Gladys and asked for an interview. You agreed.

Chapter 3

You gave Mark an interview, and allowed Mark to come back to your place to interview Gladys.

Mark wrote an article that was generally positive about you and Gladys. When Professor Ziegler found out about the article, he was very displeased, but decided that the most effective way to get you out of his hair was to let you graduate.

Mark’s article also attracted the attention of one “robotObsession1987,” known in real life as Tammy Cooper. When you met up over coffee, she told you that she used to do classified robotics work for a government lab, but left because she couldn’t tell what nefarious purpose the technology would be used for.

A month or so later, you received your doctorate. Shortly thereafter, your father passed away. You resolved then to work on better medical technology that could save people like your father in the future.

You decided the best way to change the world was to start a business, which you named GladysWorks. Elly and Tammy had already volunteered to be your first employees.

Chapter 4

Your first potential client for GladysWorks was Spark Incorporated, a flying car manufacturer. They were happy with the state of your technology, and gave you a contract that allowed you to purchase a factory. That allowed you to build a robot factory in Silicon Valley. You decided to use your own robots for your workforce, even for managerial roles. When you finally shipped robots to Spark, they were pleased with the robots you delivered. Your company did well enough that Josh gave up and joined your company.

Your business suffered a blow when Chinese companies, aided by Chinese government hackers, began to steal your technology.

You were visited by a politician, Jacqueline Irons, who asked for a campaign donation. Despite your unhelpfulness, Irons won the presidency. The newly elected President enacted a series of protectionist bills that ultimately made China angry, and they cut off the U.S. supply of rare earths. The tensions between the United States and China came to a head with the assassination of the Chinese Prime Minister in San Francisco. War followed shortly thereafter.

Chapter 5

Captain Rogers invited you to a military lab. There, you saw that Professor Ziegler was copying your work and passing it off as his own to the military. Captain Rogers asked you to join the country’s war effort. You agreed, but specified that you only wanted to provide robots that were nonviolent in nature. Tammy was worried that she was being targeted by the government’s anti-spy measures, and asked you to help her. So you did, and found that Tammy wasn’t really wanted for anything after all.

An agent came to your place to try to get you to lure Elly there, because she was suspected of being a spy. Elly fled to Canada to escape the American agents. In the end, America lost the war, and the Chinese took over Alaska. Tired of seeing robots used for violent ends, you decided to create a truly beautiful robot.

Chapter 6B

You created a humanoid companion robot named Caroline, but you were fairly bad about allowing her to do anything fun. It seemed Caroline was interested romantically in you. When Caroline asked if you were interested in experimenting in doing naughty things with her, you said that was all right with you.

In a last-minute attempt to find a life partner, you proposed to Caroline. And, what do you know – it worked!

Chapter 7

In 2049, you went to Surprise, Arizona to surprise your mother with a gift for the holidays. You learned it was your surgical technology that had kept her alive this long. On returning to San Francisco, you had a brief stroke, followed by a vision of a robot companion – the same one you saw thirty years before. In the hospital, the doctor told you you had Algernon’s Disease, a rare disease that increased your intelligence, but came at the price of increasing seizures, comas, and possibly, death.

Instead of undergoing surgery, you chose to create a robot body for yourself. You decided to destroy your old biological self to make way for your robot self. But since this is the story of your biological self, that is where our story ends.

(My character is a one man economy)


#9

54-year-old Liam Leidenfrost

Humanity: 56%
Gender: male
Fame: 10 (Internationally Famous)
Wealth: 6 (Well Off)
Romance: none

Pequim

Autonomy: 21 (Impressive)
Military: 9 (In Beta)
Empathy: 34 (Transhuman)
Grace: 22 (Impressive)

Relationships

Professor Ziegler (Bad): 20%
Eiji (Good): 52%
Josh (Very Good): 65%
Mark (Great): 79%
Tammy (Great): 76%
President Irons: 50%
Yukon: 50%

World Power Balance
China: 60% U.S.: 40%

Chapter 1

On the day you first built Pequim, you awoke from a dream about a robot companion to head to the lab. Your graduate school advisor pressured you to make Pequim more acceptable to the military. After some back and forth, you ended up making a wooden bipedal robot with a masked head and multitool hands.

You then went to a sushi place and a production of Pippin with Eiji, where you vowed to not let others get in the way of your dreams. You both went back to your place afterward, and eagerly anticipated showing Eiji your robot the next day.

Chapter 2

The next day, you hooked up Pequim’s cell phone batteries and demoed for Eiji. You then spent the afternoon trying to teach science to a bunch of kids with Eiji.

As months passed, you became busy teaching Pequim about the world through games and taking him to the park.

One day, however, Professor Ziegler claimed that Pequim was not appealing enough to the military, and demanded you change him. You refused, and Professor Ziegler kicked you out of his lab.

In time, Mark Ali, a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, heard about Pequim and asked for an interview. You agreed.

Chapter 3

You gave Mark an interview, and allowed Mark to come back to your place to interview Pequim. Mark invited you to his place to try to get to know you better. There, you found that drones often harassed Mark because various automated algorithms had marked him as suspicious.

Mark wrote an article that was generally positive about you and Pequim.

Mark’s article attracted the attention of one “robotObsession1987,” known in real life as Tammy Cooper. When you met up over coffee, she told you that she used to do classified robotics work for a government lab, but left because she couldn’t tell what nefarious purpose the technology would be used for.

Shortly thereafter, your father passed away. You resolved at his funeral to be remembered not only for your intellect, but for your kindness as well.

You decided the best way to change the world was to start a business, which you named Mockingbird. Tammy had already volunteered to be your first employee.

Chapter 4

Your first potential client for Mockingbird was Galen Medical, a surgical equipment company. They were happy with the state of your technology, and gave you a contract that allowed you to purchase a factory. That allowed you to build a robot factory in Alaska. You decided to use your own robots for your workforce, but leave humans in supervisory roles. When you finally shipped robots to Galen Medical, they were pleased with the robots you delivered. Your company did well enough that Josh gave up and joined your company.

Your business suffered a blow when Chinese companies, aided by Chinese government hackers, began to steal your technology.

You were visited by a politician, Jacqueline Irons, who asked for a campaign donation. Despite your unhelpfulness, Irons won the presidency. The newly elected President enacted a series of protectionist bills that ultimately made China angry, and they cut off the U.S. supply of rare earths.

The tensions between the United States and China came to a head with the assassination of the Chinese Prime Minister in San Francisco. War followed shortly thereafter.

Chapter 5

You were uninterested in contributing to the war effort in any way.

Tammy was worried that she was being targeted by the government’s anti-spy measures, and asked you to help her. So you did, and found that Tammy wasn’t really wanted for anything after all.

An agent came to your place to try to get you to lure Eiji there, because he was suspected of being a spy.

In the end, America muddled its way through the war relatively unscathed. Tired of seeing robots used for violent ends, you decided to create a truly beautiful robot.

Chapter 6B

You created a humanoid companion robot named Yukon, but you were fairly bad about allowing him to do anything fun. It seemed Yukon was interested romantically in you. When Pequim and Yukon were attacked in the street, Yukon accidentally killed someone. Yukon was forced to spend time in jail, but suffered no permanent consequences.

Chapter 7

In 2049, you went to Surprise, Arizona to surprise your mother with a gift for the holidays. You learned it was your surgical technology that had kept her alive this long. On returning to San Francisco, you had a brief stroke, followed by a vision of a robot companion – the same one you saw thirty years before. In the hospital, the doctor told you you had Algernon’s Disease, a rare disease that increased your intelligence, but came at the price of increasing seizures, comas, and possibly, death.

You chose to replace the malfunctioning part of your brain with an artificial neural network. You survived the surgery, thanks to your own robot surgical technology. You celebrated a birthday party with Pequim 2, Pequim’s artificial child, and looked forward to celebrating many more.