|All in the Family|
|End||Upon collecting all four DNA samples.|
|Mission Items||DNA Collector|
|Chain||You're Dying (Level 5+)|
All in the Family
All in the Family (2)
You're Dying (level 7+)
You're Dying (2)
You're Dying (3)
You're Still Dying
You're Still Dying (2)
You're Still Dying (3)
Alive and Well
All in the Family
Goal:Collect Creeper DNA
Collect Reptile DNA
Collect Coyote DNA
Collect Prairie Chicken DNA
Mission:Graham at the LifeNet pod in Embry Crossroads wants you to collect four DNA samples from local animals using the DNA collector. Graham only wants samples from creatures found very close to Embry Crossroads. Return with the samples within 30 minutes.
Hello. I'm called Graham. I was told you'd come see me about repairing your DNA one day. It's a good thing you have. You see, your DNA is actually still degrading, so the clock is ticking faster than Elena imagined.
That's not easy to explain.
I have a lot of difficulty with the concept of "dead." I can tell you that her DNA is intact and her biofunctions are steady.
My world revolves around the propagation of DNA. DNA goes into LifeNet. DNA comes out of LifeNet. When you "die," your biofunctions end, but they are quickly reactivated when you respawn in a LifeNet pod. The person that you were is dead, so you can be called dead, but the new person is still you, so you aren't dead. You see how complicated the concept becomes.
If that is your concept of death, then Elena is dead. But I can promise you that Elena is also not dead, because her biofunctions continue.
Yes. Elena Winters wanted to preserve the information stored in her memory banks, so she employed the proper protocols to house her DNA and memory data in LifeNet.
I can't pinpoint her exact location, but her collar's signal comes from somewhere in the Lower Plateau at the moment. Her whereabouts are much less important tan ensuring the continued longevity of your DNA, though.
LifeNet recognizes five distinct subsets of life: avian, reptilian, mammalian, insectoid, and mutant. While your primary DNA is mammalian, LifeNet uses tiny pieces of code from other subsets. I require fresh DNA from all the subsets except for the insects. I'll give you a specimen kit. Timing is very important. If the samples are not acquired and returned to me in time, I won't be able to extract what I need.
Half and hour is as long as I can give you. After that, the DNA will be too degraded for our purposes. Don't worry. All the animals are nearby.
You can find mutant and reptilian DNA from the creepers and lizards to the north. The prairie chickens to the southwest should provide avian DNA, and the coyotes to the southeast will yield mammalian DNA. You shouldn't have to go too far afield.
Please hurry. I want to help you repair your DNA. You can find mutant and reptilian DNA from the creepers and lizards to the north. The prairie chickens to the southwest should provide the avian DNA, and the coyotes to the southeast will yield mammalian DNA. You shouldn't have to go too far afield.
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