Chip Broadcast TerminalEdit
Diary Entry L-2Edit
I have used materials from the small explosive cache I found to further safeguard myself from my experiments. I have wired the building to broadcast a signal from this terminal that in emergency will detonate all chips. I pray that day never comes.
Some of my earlier chip prototypes (C6-A and C6-L) have started to malfunction causing the chips to overheat and eventually detonate the implanted charge. In retaliation I have upgraded the P7 series and above to counter the malfunction. I have also altered the Y2 series in the mutant as a precaution. Ghouls are easily replaceable, mutants are not.
I have had to alter the chips for the mutants to account for their greater size. Fortunately, they exhibit a higher intellect than the ghouls and can be controlled to an even greater extent. The enthralled mutants have mentioned legends of even larger mutants, almost twice as big as the one I've captured. If only I could get my hands on one of those the experiments the fun.
Notes on StefanEdit
My masterpiece! Stefan is now under my control! The latest chip I installed in him seems to have taken and he is now mine. The effort to capture one of these glowing ghouls was immense but finally I can take solace in the fact that I have one under my control. His limited intellect means I will have to keep him downstairs with the rest of the ghouls but I pity any rabble that pokes their head in here now.
- The lines "If only I could get my hands on one of those the experiments the fun" and "The latest chip I installed in him seems to have taken and he is now mine" (In Entry 64D-A3 and Notes on Stefan respectively) both have typos in them. What they really mean can only be speculated.
- There is a "Disable Chips" option on two of the terminals. See The Surgeon for more details.