SCAMPS
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Name: SCAMPS
Affiliation Tartarus Inc.
Occupation Computer
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Stats
Strength -2
Endurance Durability
Agility -2
Hacking Hacking
Intelligence Intelligence
Willpower Willpower
Data Analysis Data Analysis
Run Speed -2
Skills
Charisma Charisma
Intuition Intuition
Handiwork Handiwork
Conventional Conventional
Unconventional Unconventional
Exotic Exotic
General Knowledge General Knowledge
Auxiliary Auxiliary
" If you're too dumb to pay attention, not my problem, and it's probably better you're out of the gene pool." —SCAMPS

Personality and appearance

While his appearance is completely unknown to the majority of REKT inmates save for rumors, his personality can be described as scathing, harsh, and bitter, with an underlying love of black humor. He tries to make it clear from time to time that all he really wants is the data that inmates recover, although he often seems particularly upset about losing large numbers of inmates.

Early Life

Early Life

Life during REKT

Life during REKT

Additional Info

  • In the story, SCAMPS' speech is normally bright green.
  • SCAMPS stands for Shipboard Computer Assigned to Monitoring Prisoner Services

Many "units" of SCAMPS exist, across the different large ships belonging to Tartarus Inc. Most gunship-sized craft or larger have their own smaller versions of SCAMPS, often referred to as a "B-SCAMPS". Upon returning to the Tartarus, specially trained psychologists analyze the B-SCAMPS' psychological data with a diverse and complex series of tests. If the behavioral data is sound and no anomalies or abnormalities are detected, they then merge the B-SCAMPS with the official Tartarus version - memories and behavior included (although the B-SCAMPS will receive limited memory data, so as not to overload less sophisticated memory systems). Typically this has a very minimal effect on the "official" Tartarus-based version of SCAMPS, but can have a good deal of impact on the B-SCAMPS, effectively "resetting" it at times. This is normally viewed as a positive effect by crew members. SCAMPS himself views it as a trade-off: while each version of B-SCAMPS would like to maintain his identity in the majority of cases, he typically views the addition of the official SCAMPS' knowledge as invaluable.


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