Net-Invader

NET-INVADER

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The Net invader is a balaclava made of steel mesh with electronic circuits delicately woven through it. Once placed on the head, thousands of nanoscopic needles pierce the skull of the wearer and allows brainwaves to connect to wireless networks and NODES. A link-cable can also be used to access networks and it is usually found to be safer then connecting through a wireless network but it requires direct access to the networks NODE.

Net invaders are can be incredibly dangerous, certain computer virus’s have been known to severely effect the user. Cases can vary from migraines and temporary blindness to Brain Bleeds or severe fits that can leave the user catatonic or lobotomized.

All Invaders are programmed to change the face of the user in cyberspace, as to protect his/her identity. The change is typically programmed to that of an animal.

Net-Invader

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