Mega GP Mania
- May 24, 2008
Let's say you have a Pyra. On one bitter cold morning you use the Pyra to behead a man. Don’t worry, the man was already dead. Or maybe you should worry, because you’re the one who shot him. On the follow through the CPU board is knocked loose and damaged. You now have a broken Pyra. You contact ED, explaining away the dark reddish stains as barbecue sauce, and install a shiny new CPU board. The repaired Pyra sits unmolested for a few weeks until one morning, you find in your kitchen a creature that appears to be a foot-long slug with a bulging egg sac on its tail. You grab your trusty Pyra and bludgeon the thing into mush but in the process you crack it, chipping a notch right in the middle of the keyboard. Of course, a cracked case means another trip to dragonbox.de. ED sells you a brand new case and mainboard. As soon as it arrives at your home and you complete the repairs, though, you meet the reanimated body of the guy you beheaded last year. He’s also got a new head, stitched on with what looks like plastic weed trimmer line, and it’s wearing that unique expression of “you’re the man who killed me last winter” resentment that one so rarely encounters in everyday life.First a Pyra with an upgraded cpu board (which can be sold already), then a mainboard that fully utilizes the new possibilities of the new SoC (faster USB, faster SD, maybe one or two cameras, etc).
You brandish your Pyra. The guy takes a long look at the weapon with his squishy, rotting eyes and in a gargly voice he screams, “That’s the same Pyra that slayed me!”
Is he right?