What if it is our curiosity? Not that it just drives us to keep going and going to see what’s out there but it drives our advancement as well. No other species jsut goes, “huh.. I wonder what happens if you do this?” It has pushed us to advance technically faster than anyone.
…Wait, are you telling me that 500 years ago Humans were just starting to use Steam power? That.. its not possible. What are these creatures that they could go from hand powered forge to space travel in less than 400 years?
It is why we are seen as such “kids” Not only are we new to space, but we went so far so fast. We are like the 12 year old who gets admitted to college, except that we are also practically impossible to kill and make friends with anything that doesn’t actively eat us. And that isn’t necessarily a deal breaker either.
Well, she was always designed to be female she just wasn't finished, and technically robots don't have a concept of gender so labeling her as male or female is moot, but for the sake of argument, sure, she's female.
But she still sings love songs about women?
That is how the songs were written.
Shouldn't you change them?
Because she's a girl now!
Here you go! A new version of On Top Of The Universe.
Ahhhh that took way too long~! Anyways-!
All that is left is to cut out the three robos and to get some decorated poster paper before Feb. 25? I think that’s when the Everett concert is anywho— but ye!
Thank you @silvermastermind for helping me figure out what colour Zero’s eyes were TTwTT You are a life savior~!!
So I got curious about steam motors and skinny robots… (sorry for the dirty pictures.) ;)
best I can tell from a little research and what little I know of steam
power, if there was a steam motor compact enough to fit inside a robot
as thin as The Spine, you would still be faced with the constant threat
of something going screwy and one skinny robot blowing up on the high
Kinda brings a whole new feel to those autograph session hugs, don’t it?
to mention the fact that their cool steam effects on stage represent
the one thing, in the immersive SPG experience of course, keeping the
audience from an inevitable explosive spray of boiling water and
porcelain veneer copper robot parts somewhere in the middle of