When CyberLife's newest intern is charged with Connor's memory upload, things immediately go awry, leaving one question hanging in the air: how can a glitched android possibly be humanity's last hope? If to err is human, then Connor is definitely the most human of us all. [No pairings, just an error-ridden RK800 trying to do its job]
Everything morphed into one collective reality, indicating that nothing in this weird world could actually exist. A deviant sense of fear told Connor he had died, but logic informed him that this was a dream-like state — mere projections of slivers of reality whilst he lay in a state of stasis.
But were projections supposed to be this realistic?
The three top SOLDIER members are not getting along. In order to increase "team unity," Angeal suggests a movie night. Things seem to go well, until they realize what the movie they are watching is about.
In the aftermath of the peaceful winning of Markus and Jericho, humans nervously return to Detroit after months of negotiation, discussions and decisions. As they integrate back into the city’s new society, many of them have formed strong and various opinions. Most co-exist with the androids in peace, even if it proves a challenge. However, some anti-Android crimes have started sprouting up around the city and pose a threat once again to the androids.
Hank Anderson and Connor return to the Detroit police force with a new mission: eliminate anti-Android crime. But this mission could be dangerous for Connor, as the anti-Android hate groups would love nothing more to see the traitor of CyberLife dead in the ground. It’s going to take a lot from Detroit’s favourite detectives, especially as Connor continues to adapt to his new deviant life.
A post-Detroit story focusing on Connor and Hank, based on the pacifist ending.
Bookmarked by Shinobi_Saru_Corp
23 Mar 2019