Living Codex of Izgimmer (Nanos and IDs)
Nano Crystal - How the personal nano programming libraries of Mehar Izgimmer ever escaped the clutches of the reclusive nanotechnician is a mystery. Some say that a fixer stole the code before disappearing forever; others say Sarah Mocham was given a copy by Izgimmer that became part of her estate when she died. However it happened, once nanotechnicians realised that Izgimmer's own libraries were available, everyone wanted their own copy. In another piece of brilliant yet incomprehensible coding, Izgimmer endowed these code libraries with a rudimentary AI that unlocks various parts of the code based on the worth of the nanotechnician using the libraries. Thus, as the nanotechnician advances in power, more of the library code is made available.
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