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Project 877


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Project 877 is a particularly unpleasant bio-synthetic developed by Tao Fai omni industries for the Chinese governance party as an assassination/terror weapon. To execute its victims it will extend its fleshy head from its neck sheath and attempt to drain them of blood using a bony proboscoid structure. After draining its target of blood the "vampire" will become grotesquely bloated until its synthetic organs can convert the blood it into a vaporizing toxin. It can later project this toxin at will, usually on the targets security forces or family. The Vampire is used rarely used against rival corporation leaders, instead it is a terror weapon against domestic threats such as those disloyal to the party.

Biologically it survives only because of its internal chemical generator. Such a generator allows it a hyper-vitality that makes it superior to non biological synthetics, its musculature is similar in feel to a bundle of steel cables. The enormous amounts of energy it must expend means the Vampires body temperature is extremely high even when compared to other bio-synthetics. Intellectually the Vampire displays very little activity, their few emotions seem only to manifest when their chemical generator begins to expire. Notably as they now must intake an enormous amount of calories to replace the generators function, they are physically incapable of processing calories faster than their synthetic body consumes them. They will howl and wail as they expire but their small clouded eyes cannot convey distress.

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4.54 / 5.00

Jun 30, 2021
11:58 AM EDT
3D Art
File Info
445 x 916 px
4 MB

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