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Old September 5th, 2004, 02:47 PM
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Or ignore any contiunual requirements as most versions of the game seem to. In most cases the theory seems to be once you "invest" the cost (life support) and freeze the subjects that the onboard systems will last for decades if not centuries. There is some slow degrading over time but thems the breaks for long term survival.

I make note of the "relics" surviving through the TNE wars into the new dawn with little or no (implied anyway) maintenance, though the revival rates seem to be low.

Before that there were the "timer-clubs" where people would join and for a fee they could be put into lowberths and monitored and kept safe until the date (sometimes centuries) they wanted to be revived.
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