Equip TraitThe first summoned unit does not consume deployment slots (The last summoned unit on the field does not return a deployment slot when retreated or defeated)
Equip Attribute Bonuses
|Complete 5 operations and summon Mayer's summoned units at least 5 times in each operation (Mayer cannot be a Support Unit)|
|Clear Main Story 2-9 with a 3-star rating using a squad of at most 3 units (including Support Units); a non-Support Mayer must be deployed during the operation and only Sniper operators are allowed for the remaining units|
Module Description'Multithreading enhancements—Completed
Detonate and Recycle circuitry—Completed
*Undisclosed* plan—In early development stages
Closure's AI buggies are so amazing.
I want them! I really want them! And I want all my Meeboos be like that!!!
A whole squadron of Meeboos that does what I want by themselves. Heh... hahah.
Closure did say that she doesn't have all of the code and computational logic figured out, and that she still has to rely on Rhodes Island's core for part of its upkeep.
It wouldn't feel right to reuse technology that I don't understand, so I will just make my own.
Meeboos' service efficiency has improved quite a bit lately, and their Detonate and Recycle rate has been stable. I'd say the research on it has come pretty far.
Next up—Research on Meeboos' automation logic...
The learning device's been installed on Meeboos No. *unknown number* for a while now, and it's made some progress.
That is, if opening the door for guests counts as progress, haha...
Given what a complex environment the battlefield is, I'm afraid sending it there will affect its operations.
But if I don't take it there, it won't collect any data either...
I ended up bringing it with me. I've backed up all the data and logged down all the hardware specifications.
If... Just if... If it ends up getting wrecked and written off, I'll have to come up with some kind of way to squeeze some compensation and a few days off out of the Doctor.
Then I'll have to spend half a year again to build a new one...
Please, let there be some kind of breakthrough! Just a little will do!!
This isn't for the old guys at Engineering or myself.
It's for your own good, Meeboos!
If there comes a day you reach the AIs' level, what should I say to you?
Oh, whatever. We've been friends for so long, I guess both of us know deep in our hearts what we want to say to each other.
—Excerpts from 'Meeboos Maintenance Diary' by Mayer Stony, Lutra Workshop Member of Rhine Lab Engineering Department'