3D Printed Clone

The 3D Printed Clone is the most affordable option in cloning services. In the highest demand of all cloning models, customers should understand that the great value and swift manner of production comes at a cost of quality. Mutations to the genetic form have been known to occur with this unstable option. But then again, when facing down inevitable mortal demise, something is always better than nothing.

Disclaimer: Due to limited resources, only one clone per person is permitted. Purchase of a clone requires us to dispose of any previous clone gestated at this station. Surplus clones are disposed of humanely and feel little discomfort upon termination.

Features

  • Economical value
  • Expeditious production
  • Probability of unforeseen mutations

Description

These are by far the most common clones. They are quick and easy to create and only very rarely result in undesirable side-effects. Due to our relatively poor understanding of cloning processes, these are identical copies of the body. No alteration of the body is possible via printing, though transcription errors have been known to occur.

These clones are printed in about two segments, in a supercooled environment and are "frozen." The gestation process comprises primarily of safely warming the bodies and then keeping them suspended in a cloning vat until their progenitor passes.

Introduction

The cheapest type available, 3D printed clones come with an important caveat: there’s a risk of a printing error causing a mutation whenever you have a new one made. It’s not always a bad thing; it’s possible you could wake up from a death stronger than you were before. That said, you could also wake up to find yourself slightly less intelligent.

Clone storage space is limited, so if you print a new clone on a station where you already have one waiting the older clone will be killed to make room. This is often casually referred to as “discarding” a clone.

Cost

Level Credits
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13 19581
14 22806
15 25965
16 29280
17 32793
18 36450
19 40242
20 44280
21 48384
22
23
24
25 66525

<— Back to Clones

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License