Something to note: although I named my account glueocytic myocyte, I usually prefer to be called nightlybird, nightly, nightlybird247, and nightlybird742. So if you see (nightlybird) at the beginning of my paragraph, that is a direct monologue from me. If I don't add it, I am playing the role of narrator or "chorus", if you want it to be a play. You can do this too if you want, and it'll make it less confusing and more interesting.(nightlybird) but thankfully, due to dumb luck on how the cloner works (it copies the molecular structure of whatever's inside the machine, including both living and non-living things), I happened to have the gene sequences (which were all on a small disc comparable to that of a GameCube disc) for the devorocyte, keratinocyte, multiangular nomadicyte, phagocyte, and photocyte in my lab coat! But then I discovered a gene sequence for an unknown cell. I shared the unknown gene sequence with my fellow colleagues and discovered that it was a type of cell that is sticky! NEW CELL: Basic glueocyte. We are now working on a new cell editor called KRISPR (intentionally misspelled) to combine the unlocked cells to make new ones!
NEW TOOLS: KRISPR gene editor, optical tweezers, cell diagnostic, cell remover, cell boost, adjustable light, multiple cell foods, gene splicing and gene removal functions on KRISPR... and a mysterious ???UNKNOWNTOOL???!
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Owner of the fictional greyscale corps.. Any good cells I make goes under greyscale corps.. any good forum cells I find go under greyscale selects.