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Human Brain
Category Unonventional
Cost 3, 5, 7, 10 or 13 tokens
Standard Clip Size
Standard Clip Cost
Requirements None
Origin Standard

Description: A Human Brain enclosed inside a metal dome and fitted with life support systems. For use with a Field Manipulator. Brains, even from the same tier, vary in terms of their potential, so careful use and assessment of capacity is recommended with new brains.

You can read the readings of a brain to determine how the brain inside is doing. A medic can give you more accurate description of how tired the brain is, but you can more or less guess its state by looking at three lines.

If the two wiggling lines start wiggling too much and going out of sync, then that means that the brain is tired. Letting it rest for some time should allow it to return back to usable condition.

If you see the red line wiggling, that means that the brain is experiencing cell death[1] and that you should probably stop pushing it. The more it wiggles, the more dangerous using the brain becomes. This damage cannot be healed by letting the brain rest, meaning that the more you push the brain beyond its limits, the worse it will get. It takes a lot of tokens to even try repairing a damaged brain, so unless you're really attached to it, it might be better to just buy a new one.

Switching brains requires Aux skill.[2] Rolling badly could result in things like the brain becoming permanently fused with the manipulator.


  • If you think prices are too high you can harvest brains from civilians and your team mates, though the potential will be unknown.

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