Drive Control


Image Interlocking%20Gear%20100.jpg
Type Utility System

Responses to Functions

Function Message U Result
Offense The drive controls are definitely designed to take a beating and certainly don't respond to any fancy tricks. ?
5? Offense You crash the drive controls. The system wasn't designed by complete morons, so it doesn't lock on and run over a bunch of people or anything.

It isn't going to move anywhere for a while, though.
? Removes routine
2? Command You engage the drive controls. You… don't really know how to steer this thing. It seems like the tracks are controlled separately, except when they're not and… the whole thing is pretty baffling, all told. ?
View You inspect the controls in minute detail. They're… painfully complicated, but there's a method to the madness somewhere. ?
View, after getting above result? You take another look over the controls. They're never going to seem well-designed or straight-forward, but you think you can make them work. ? Allows command to work
C+V? You feed the drone some commands and watch the results. Watching the responses in real time is pretty informative. ? May have been bugged
Command, or C+V, after understanding controls You position the drone to dig you a route under the street. The drills aren't on at the moment, but the drone could burrow like hell if they started up. ?
Command, after the above result You send the drone for another spin around the lot. It's way more fun than it has any right to be. ?
Command, with BigDig experimental file in inventory You push the Third Eye code into the system, which the system seems to recognize as a software update. The code snakes into the system, adding another layer of control that unfortunately doesn't make the user interface any better. ? Counts toward completion of Oldtown Installation quest
Defense The controls don't have any response to your batch. ?
Other ?


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