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Author Topic: Paper Mario: Interdimensional Destruction - Part 1: E. Gadd's Log  (Read 1864 times)

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Intro - E. Gadd’s Log:

E. Gadd’s Log
Mushroom Kingdom, 0368

Day 12 of Project Exitium
The Announcement
Hello there everybody! Today I’d like to announce that I, Professor Elvin Gadd, have discovered a solution to old age! It’s all thanks to this artificial organism, which I have decided to call an E-Phage (after myself, of course). They have the ability to make us live forever!

_Error_    - part of this file seems to be missing_

Day 6 of Project Exitium
Success at last
I’ve done it! My organism is finally functioning! Perhaps all of this hard work will pay off after all. Tomorrow I’ll begin testing. Oh yes, I forgot to mention. My name is Professor Elvin Gadd, E. Gadd for short. I’ve decided to  documenting my findings during this… experiment.

Day 7 of Project Exitium
Testing Begins
With my organism in a physical form, I am ready to begin testing. As my test subjects, I’ve decided upon goombas. Those strange creatures have been popping up all over the place in recent years. I’m sure nobody will notice if a couple go missing. these two goombas will be placed into my speed aging machine (see project aetas), and one will be given the help of my organism. As you can see here, the organism is injecting it’s special life-preserving solution into the goomba on the left. Now, as I switch the machine on, you’ll find that the goomba on the right is slowly becoming old and wrinkly, yet the goomba on the left is unaffected. I will turn up the power and leave the machine on overnight.

Day 8 of Project Exitium
The Naming
Hello, this is E. Gadd once again. As you can all see, the untreated goomba has withered away to ashes overnight, and the other remains completely unscathed. Oh! I almost forgot to mention something. I have decided to name this organism the E-Phage. It’s named after myself, of course. I’ll continue to leave the machine running for a few days in order to make sure the test works properly. In the meantime, I will attempt to develop a machine that can mass-produce my E-Phages so I can sell them and make millions!

Day 10 of Project Exitium
Strange Occurrence
How Peculiar… A rigid, bright yellow crystal appears to have formed over the test subject’s pupils. The rest of the eye has gone pitch black. This does not seem to be affecting it much, but the goomba did seem a little aggressive when I fed it this morning.

Day 11 of Project Exitium
Unexplained Disappearance
The Test subject is gone. The outer wall of my aging-machine is cracked, so the goomba must have escaped. I’ll have to repair the machine for the presentation tomorrow. I sure hope this is normal…

Day 12 of Project Exitium (cont.)
_The missing file has been found_
Now, I will take this E-Phage and allow it to inject it’s life-preserving solution into my DNA. Now, I shall enter this speed-aging machine along with this untreated goomba. As I switch the machine on, you’ll notice that the goomba is beginning to grow old, and yet I remain the same! . . .

Day 13 of Project Exitium
The Results
I’m feeling amazing today! The E-Phage’s solution has made me feel young again! After I finish with the paperwork, I’ll certainly be releasing E-Phages to the public!

Day 15 of Project Exitium
Optical Anomaly
When I got up from bed earlier, I had noticeably sharper vision. Sure enough, I looked in the mirror and saw that yellow crystals had begun to form over my eyes. They seem to act as a sort of prism that focuses light to improve vision. Customers may be scared off by this interesting Side effect, so I’ll hide my eyes behind my goggles full-time from now on. As I came down to the lab, I noticed that one of the E-Phages in the mass-production module (MPM) of my experiment, I came to the realisation that one of the E-Phages had grown much larger than the others. I would have inspected it closer, but my back has suddenly started to ache, so I think I'll head back to bed. Perhaps that paperwork can wait a little bit longer.

Day 16

so muchpain.. cant  standit
please help .   !

DAY 27

P E R F E C T I O N
Logged
"And I arrive like a sudden windstorm at a kindergarten picnic!"
 

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