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Puhto syndicate member

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"The Puhto syndicate, whose name derives from the old northern dragonoid word for "pure" or "clean", is a group that abhors the use of biological or technological augmentation. By inserting mortal made objects into themselves they believe they go further away from what they are meant to be and inadvertently will be worse for the entire population. They employ people from all walks of life, but the upper classes in their hierarchy are expected to keep their bodies clean of any modifications, unless it is to remove things that they consider malfunctions in their bodies, such as cancers and malformations. These malfunctions are considered to be caused by their destroyed environment and are unintentional and mortal made, therefore it is accepted to remove them.


Despite their hardline opinions on augmenting their bodies, they are keenly aware of all new technologies and invest a lot of their funds in developing them. As they tend to be on the cutting edge of new development, they also are aware of they function and by extent are able to disrupt and disable them if need be. While they may be weaker physically and mentally due to their lacking of body modifications, they are able masters of manipulating and disabling the modifications of other people, bringing those accustomed to using their augmentations down to their knees."

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