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gt Processing Start-up memory check gt System online Processing date 0213hours - 4th June 2541 I have been labeled Experiment B61 - no name no personality no individuality I am insignificant to the Cyborgs My cell is bare and dark- no light no space no freedom I have been imprisoned I cannot relate to the time of day the darkness surrounds my body like an evil mist and I breathe smell of sterilized air through my artificial nasal passages I am constantly facing unearthly torment My clothes are in uniform with the other experiments a bright red overall so the Cyborgs are able to spot us easily or maybe even to cover the blood stains Each day is repetitious- food exercise sleeping andsurgery The only thing that keeps me human is my heartliterally and only half of it The Cyborgs have replaced all my other body parts with tubes and cords allowing me to surviveeven though I wish otherwise Although I live in filth and hostility the real origin of my continuous torture is the missing piece of my heart- my soul my loveEve gt Processing Start-up memory check gt History recall online Sector P-3 had lost to the Cyborgs I was the commander of this final human outpost and our entire team was trapped by the metallic demons We were forced to surrender our technology to the Cyborgs and feared for our lives I was the leader- the Cyborgs quickly uncovered my high rank and forced me to stand out next to the bulky iron body of the Neo-Borg a Cyborg Leader This is when I saw for the first time the disfigured shape of the Cyborgs They had no eyes no nostrils but rust and wires twisting out from every socket The head was rectangular and longas if it had once been in a car crushing disposal unit and the space where the mouth was supposed to be had
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