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Human Limitations

on 2022-09-27 20:54:14

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My eyes had to be seeing things. This was a cyberpunk setting, not fantasy. I did not believe what was happening in front of me. They noticed me and frowned. "You are not supposed to be here." the orange one said. "This is a private part of the beach. Get out of here." the other added. I just looked at them and said "I was just looking for the Water Clan." Their eyes narrowed. "What is that?" the orca asked. "I was called out to be here. Can I speak to someone from the clan?" The orange one looked at his friend and asked "Since when were humans allowed to come see the clan?" "They aren't. This human is a dirty liar!" was the answer. "Yeah. I was thinking that too. It has to be feeding time." he smiled maliciously. I rolled my eyes. I could tell that they were only half AEPs. These had to be the children from when Paul fucked the angry female X-frame. They were both aggressive and on the verge of becoming hostile. I said "Wait! I just want to talk. I know your father!" I hoped that it would make them stop long enough for me to get out. I really hoped that I would not need to kill these guys.

Now that we had come to this, we needed to come to a conclusion. They just glared at me. "What do you know about our father!?" the orange merman demanded. Their curiosity could be used to keep the peace now. I began to tell them all about Paul. What he looked like and how we came over from the old continent were important. I omitted the fact that we were enemies to the clan. It was possible that they knew already. I did not want to push my luck with them. Upsetting them both now would be horrible. They seemed to be content to learn more about their father. They had lots of questions and I gave them answers. I had a question for them as well. "Why are both of you guys here in this shed. Are you guarding something?" I asked. They shared a look before they looking back at me. "We are not pure enough to be part of the clan." the orca said. "I have female human genitals. Even when I shift to an andromorphic form. A spine too." the orange one explained. The orca nodded. "I have male organs, but a human pair of livers." The liver performs essential functions in human beings.

Only halfbreeds had human organs. Those meant that they had human limits that pure AEP units did not have. Chase had lungs. That meant he needed to breath where others did not. The AEP could walk on the bottom of the lake without issue. Having a liver was bad luck in comparison. The liver was super important. They were in charge of the detoxification of the body and synthesis of proteins and biochemicals necessary for digestion and growth in the human body. Its other roles in metabolism include the regulation of glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, and the production of hormones. Humans will die without at least one liver. That meant that the orca needed to regulate its own hormones and growth. He was much bigger than his sibling as a result. They had no heart, so there was no actual blood for them to detoxify. However, any digestion or toxins in the needed to be attended to by the human organs. And human organs were known to fail. Often. Hopefully, they were not too imprudent with what they ate or did with their body. I think that Chase was very lucky.




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