Technology Rising Star Award

Lvl: 60
Trust: 100 (10,070 Points)
Availability: na
Equip Trait
Reduces damage taken by 15%
Equip Attribute Bonuses
Stat Value
max_hp 160
atk 35
def 35
Unlock Information
Complete a total of 5 battles; You must deploy your own Saria, and unleash Medicine Dispensing at least 3 times in each battle
Clear Main Theme 4-6 with a 3-star rating; You must deploy your own Saria, and cannot include any Medic Operators as members


Module Description

'The proof underpinning this paper derives from a veritable ocean of experimental data. The sheer quantity of fungi and cellular strains engineered and nurtured is on par with that invested in by national-grade research projects... 'Usage of biomaterial to substitute for or induce regeneration, make targeted modifications to portions of organic functions, thereby creating a new species with superdistanced traits over a long period.' It's a vision for which many problems still remain on the technological front, but it is doubtlessly a direction worth looking into.'
'Aside from its academic merit, we see in this paper a quality rare and sought-after in a researcher: a keen insight; an objective, meticulous, and prudent attitude; as well as a consideration for the ethics of science from beginning to end. In the conclusion, the author even spends a whole section demonstrating that should bioengineering develop the way she imagines, it will lead to a clash with Terra's present life sciences, biology, pathology, clinical medicine—and she also expounds on the means necessary to control it, e.g. reining in procedure.'
'Quote—'Science's forward-facing outlook entails both unknowns and destruction. Science will broaden our horizons, lengthen our strides, and enrich our forms, but it should not become the power which ruins all.' It astounds me to imagine that a student so young has such a self-critical mindset, the clarity of which marks her among the most outstanding researchers. It is invaluable, and worth rejoicing over.'
'I can already picture the bespectacled, pensive, undernourished youth who must have written this. Perhaps we might catch sight of this young Saria at the seminar tomorrow.'
'I look forward to her continued plowing of the field. No doubt the laboratory's the best soil for her to grow in! She'll become an exceptional scientist.'
'Oh, yeah, what do you think of this paper? It's the complete opposite of Saria's.'
'Who'd start a paper with 'All opinions expressed in this text find origin in the comprehensive misgivings about the situation we are in'?'

—Excerpt from a transcript of a Maylander Foundation academic seminar during the public evaluation stage