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naidh
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Sat Mar 03, 2018 11:22 am

Citadel: First Response

A singleplayer and multiplayer virtual reality simulator additionally known by the informal names of “Citadel”, or “The Citadel”, marketed out to first responders for training, with some extensive given bias towards law enforcement. Not only do they market out to first responders, but licenses are provided to confirmed first responders and training facilities for free on request and can be purchased by private and corporate security personnel and training facilities thereof.

It was released back in 2557 and boasts a series of in-built and downloadable ‘classes’ and ‘scenarios’: in-built medical scenarios are relatively uncommon and brief, though they’re considered by proper first responders to be enough to help rather than hinder. The simulator flourishes with the law enforcement side of things in comparison, serving as walkthroughs to the likes of equipment, preparation, weapons handling, detainment and communication; as well as a fair bit more.

It also features a randomly generated ‘operations’ mode, generally considered the best way to train with the resources given in what someone might’ve learned from the simulator’s ‘classes’ compared to ‘scenarios’ despite being heavily built for law enforcement officers compared to emergency medical technicians. It’s variable enough to keep someone on their toes; and features a procedurally generated map and hazards within said map (with options and settings for operator control) – including but not limited to injured civilians, hostages, and suspects therein.

A free extension of the simulator known as Citadel: Combined Arms released in 2560 includes additional medical scenarios and classes, as well as new law enforcement scenarios and new features for the ‘operations’ mode. Interestingly enough, deactivated "gamey" scenarios for countering boarders or unique suspects of several varieties were dug up in the extension’s code and revealed as excessively easy to reactivate through the simulator's operator menu, although Vox, drones; and pirates are the only varieties currently in the simulator that are confirmed to work.
Pretty much a poke at a mix of America's Army / SWAT 4.

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Your Neighbor Dave
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Thu May 10, 2018 4:28 pm

A Pilgrimage to Red Island
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"Perhaps the most infamous of Karan Singh's works, A Pilgrimage to Red Island is a seinen anime set on Mars about a thousand years after a plague wiped out most of Sol civilization, having regressed into a loosely-defined equivalent of the European Middle Ages when the events of the anime begin, with the main protagonist - a sellsword named Fulk - going on a journey across Mars to find self-enlightenment and escape his inner demons while cutting through the horrifying fauna and ensuring the survival of both himself and his squabbling companions. Infamous for its ultraviolent action scenes with frequent gore and grotesque assailants, the work has received some calls to have it banned, though it is still well-received for its gripping drama and top-quality animation."
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Meant to be the Polaris universe's equivalent of BESERK with influences from Junji Ito's works such as Gyo or Uzumaki.

elgeonmb
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Thu May 10, 2018 9:49 pm

Your Neighbor Dave wrote:
Thu May 10, 2018 4:28 pm
A Pilgrimage to Red Island
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"Perhaps the most infamous of Karan Singh's works, A Pilgrimage to Red Island is a seinen anime set on Mars about a thousand years after a plague wiped out most of Sol civilization, having regressed into a loosely-defined equivalent of the European Middle Ages when the events of the anime begin, with the main protagonist - a sellsword named Fulk - going on a journey across Mars to find self-enlightenment and escape his inner demons while cutting through the horrifying fauna and ensuring the survival of both himself and his squabbling companions. Infamous for its ultraviolent action scenes with frequent gore and grotesque assailants, the work has received some calls to have it banned, though it is still well-received for its gripping drama and top-quality animation."
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Meant to be the Polaris universe's equivalent of BESERK with influences from Junji Ito's works such as Gyo or Uzumaki.
https://wiki.ss13polaris.com/index.php? ... Red_Island

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