Do you wish to cast away your weak flesh in exchange for superior steel?

Yes 124 47.88%
No 80 30.89%
Not certain 55 21.24%
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Lord of Apoc

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05-21-2012

Is my device ready yet

Obviously impatient Garic


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05-22-2012

In all due time. Patience is a virtue, my friend. As well as a requirement where techmaturgy is concerned.


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05-22-2012

{{ Machines need love too }}


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AskKarthus

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05-22-2012

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{{ Machines need love too }}
{{ Machines need love the same way the undead do. lol }}


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05-22-2012

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{{ Machines need love the same way the undead do. lol }}
{{ You're a very good Karthus. }}


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05-23-2012

{{ Bump }}


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05-25-2012

{{ Bump FOR SCIENCE }}


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05-27-2012

{{ SCIENCE bump }}


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Wyerden

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05-27-2012

Viktor,

I know that you learned extensively of techmaturgy from Zaun's college. Where did you learn the biological knowledge necessary to incorporate it into your own body?

~Wyerden

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Viktor,

I know that you learned extensively of techmaturgy from Zaun's college. Where did you learn the biological knowledge necessary to incorporate it into your own body?

~Wyerden

((Too many bumps... I can't help myself.))
Techmaturgy is actually not as complicated as others may make it seem. It is a science that revolves around various chemical, biological, and even technical elements, and the goal of a those who study at Zaun's College of Techmaturgy is to create something that will improve the world we live in through those pursuits.

Biology is a field that those such as Singed and even Dr. Mundo find beneficial, or even imperative, to their work. The Mad Chemist, for example, would have knowledge of various chemicals in human anatomy and their role in how it functions, which he would then alter with the use of one of a myriad of serums he might concoct. Dr. Mundo's work is fairly obvious, regarding a human's pain threshold and neural network.

Ultimately, biology is a foundation upon which techmaturgy is built, and not matter what field you pursue, whether autonomy or chemistry, one must be aware of the base functions a sentient organism possesses in order to achieve any success.