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    Default What is the carrying capacity of a dart?

    A thought just came to me. When a dart is present during a culling, it can pick up either repeated single targets, or multiple targets at once. Thing is, what is the maximum capacity for a dart? Would it be possible for a dart to pick up another dart, for instance?

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    Default Re: What is the carrying capacity of a dart?

    Assuming the "spread" of the beam is large enough, I don't see why not. Whatever gets stored seems to be in a "digital format" so as long as your beam is wide enough and your storage capacity is high enough, you could store anything. Even if the effect is limited to biological patterns, wraith tech is mostly biological anyway.
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