Tracking found morphs

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Mechphisto Mechphisto's picture
Tracking found morphs

So I need some examples of how some PCs can track back dead morphs they find where the stack has been ripped out.

I suppose synths can be found using serial numbers or something? But what about biomorphs? How in the world do PCs, find a body, find the stack removed, trace it back to a specific past owner or even body bank?

DivineWrath DivineWrath's picture
Most morphs should have a

Most morphs should have a nanotat ID in their index fingers. This serves as a legal ID. It would be suspicious if someone found a morph without this, unless the hab was really lax in security. This should have a copy of the person's brainprint and other legal information. This stuff is covered in Panopticon.

There are also should be a mesh ID on their mesh inserts. Every mesh insert, ecto, or other wifi should have one that is unique to them. Most muses are kept on a person's mesh inserts, so its possible to leave the muse behind when removing a stack.

branford branford's picture
Mechphisto wrote:So I need

Mechphisto wrote:
So I need some examples of how some PCs can track back dead morphs they find where the stack has been ripped out.

I suppose synths can be found using serial numbers or something? But what about biomorphs? How in the world do PCs, find a body, find the stack removed, trace it back to a specific past owner or even body bank?

DNA can be encoded with serial numbers that can be tracked in intron sequences.

Facial recognition and surveillance is also ubiquitous in EP. Have your muse go through public social media and available feeds.

You might also want to ask over in the Discord as it is a lot more active than here.