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1 Paris: So I'm stuck here in cyberspace as a computer-simulated personality based on my mindscan?!
2 Iki Piki: Afraid so. Serron accidentally cleaned out all traces of your DNA from the ship, so we can't clone you.
3 Paris: Hrmm. Well, best be philosophical about it, I suppose.
4 Paris: Spanners, can I get control of any ship functions from here? Nothing major. Just, say, an evacuation hatch?
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To circumvent the inevitable suggestions, I am not planning to incarnate Paris in realspace as a holographic projection based on her personality simulation, à la Arnold Rimmer in Red Dwarf. I like Red Dwarf, but I don't want to copy it. We can presume that the technology they have available is not up to generating a hologram of Paris, or something.
I think sometimes creators need to push their audience a bit into unfamiliar territory, rather than take the easy way out and do what someone else has done before.
This is kind of high-falutin' meta-creativity stuff, and I don't want to sound all elitist or anything, but it does tend to become a thing you spend some time thinking about when you write stories.
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