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 Post subject: Dog Boy Names
Unread postPosted: Wed May 19, 2010 10:55 am
  

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How does the CS name their Dog Boys? Each DB has to have a name.

I'm thinking that they have a name and an associated serial number that acts as a surname.

Something like, Rex R-243-2-LS.

Rex being his common name.
R: the series/breed the DB part of and where the first letter of the name (i.e. Rex, Rover, Robinson)
243: batch number and whom his/her parents were.
2: birth order
LS: Facility(i.e. Lone Star, Quebec, Chi-town, etc)


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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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We always played it as they have a unique serial number but picked up a common name or a nick name from their unit mates as happens in military units and sports teams.

While they have unique serial numbers, never did the attention to detail you have. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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ICHIBAN11 wrote:
How does the CS name their Dog Boys? Each DB has to have a name.

I'm thinking that they have a name and an associated serial number that acts as a surname.

Something like, Rex R-243-2-LS.

Rex being his common name.
R: the series/breed the DB part of and where the first letter of the name (i.e. Rex, Rover, Robinson)
243: batch number and whom his/her parents were.
2: birth order
LS: Facility(i.e. Lone Star, Quebec, Chi-town, etc)


thats really good! sounds like something the CS would come up with.


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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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That's actually a good idea, Ichiban11.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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ICHIBAN11 wrote:
How does the CS name their Dog Boys? Each DB has to have a name.

I'm thinking that they have a name and an associated serial number that acts as a surname.

Something like, Rex R-243-2-LS.

Rex being his common name.
R: the series/breed the DB part of and where the first letter of the name (i.e. Rex, Rover, Robinson)
243: batch number and whom his/her parents were.
2: birth order
LS: Facility(i.e. Lone Star, Quebec, Chi-town, etc)


That is a pretty good idea. But I thought all Dog Boys are bred at Lone Star? Also are not some still vat grown?


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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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johnkretzer wrote:
ICHIBAN11 wrote:
How does the CS name their Dog Boys? Each DB has to have a name.

I'm thinking that they have a name and an associated serial number that acts as a surname.

Something like, Rex R-243-2-LS.

Rex being his common name.
R: the series/breed the DB part of and where the first letter of the name (i.e. Rex, Rover, Robinson)
243: batch number and whom his/her parents were.
2: birth order
LS: Facility(i.e. Lone Star, Quebec, Chi-town, etc)


That is a pretty good idea. But I thought all Dog Boys are bred at Lone Star? Also are not some still vat grown?


Reminds me of document number at my work so it a great serial number!

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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johnkretzer wrote:
ICHIBAN11 wrote:
How does the CS name their Dog Boys? Each DB has to have a name.

I'm thinking that they have a name and an associated serial number that acts as a surname.

Something like, Rex R-243-2-LS.

Rex being his common name.
R: the series/breed the DB part of and where the first letter of the name (i.e. Rex, Rover, Robinson)
243: batch number and whom his/her parents were.
2: birth order
LS: Facility(i.e. Lone Star, Quebec, Chi-town, etc)


That is a pretty good idea. But I thought all Dog Boys are bred at Lone Star? Also are not some still vat grown?


Well Dog Boys are not more just grown in vats, some are, but most are just bred normally(the main advantage of bio-tech), but probably for all of them the rules for giving names are the same. Excpet perhaps experiments, that probably have a unique code, if they ever has one.
Is likely that vat grown DB do have an V in place of Birth Order numbers.
Other Mutant Animals will have a different additional suffix before the series one

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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In the Rifter 9 1/2 there is a story about Dogboys, they had names just like normal dogs and call each other by them.
I do like the serial number idea for office or military use but I'd think that even mutant dogs still like being treated like dogs and go by single name.
At home my dog is named Picasso if I call him by name he looks up and wags his tail or comes to me.
If I called him 153-IH/CS-P he'd just keep chewing a bone or sleeping.
(of coarse he can't talk or use a pistol.) -N

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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If you read the Star Wars: Republic Commando series, you'll see a very similar naming convention used for the clones. Officially, their names are RC-1308 or the like, but each picks up a go-by name along the way. Sometimes based on an event, others based on their number (-105 is just Five, shortened to Fi), or just because the name fits the personality (Scorch).

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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I've seen more than a couple situations where Dog Boys adopted a singular name, mostly given to them at birth (relatively), or it could be a go-by name. The same has been true for other mutant animal projects based out of Lonestar GED, such as a feline that went by the name Checkers.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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i dont think the CS would give them names, howmany dog-boys are there? i believe they would have a cerial number and eventually just pick up a name later on.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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i dont think the CS would give them names, howmany dog-boys are there? i believe they would have a cerial number and eventually just pick up a name later on.

I'm going to disagree with you. The CS treats the Dog Boys like, well, dogs and not robots. They want to encourage that "man's best friend" relationship, and names are a part of that.

All the NPC's I can think of have names, and no mention of designations. And there's a Rifter short story with a Dog Boy squad in basic training where everyone has names and no designations.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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Mack wrote:
duck-foot wrote:
i dont think the CS would give them names, howmany dog-boys are there? i believe they would have a cerial number and eventually just pick up a name later on.

I'm going to disagree with you. The CS treats the Dog Boys like, well, dogs and not robots. They want to encourage that "man's best friend" relationship, and names are a part of that.

All the NPC's I can think of have names, and no mention of designations. And there's a Rifter short story with a Dog Boy squad in basic training where everyone has names and no designations.
real life soldiers have serial numbers. that doesn't mean that they don't also have names. or that they're consistently addressed using their serial number instead of their name.


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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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Mack wrote:
duck-foot wrote:
i dont think the CS would give them names, howmany dog-boys are there? i believe they would have a cerial number and eventually just pick up a name later on.

I'm going to disagree with you. The CS treats the Dog Boys like, well, dogs and not robots. They want to encourage that "man's best friend" relationship, and names are a part of that.

All the NPC's I can think of have names, and no mention of designations. And there's a Rifter short story with a Dog Boy squad in basic training where everyone has names and no designations.
real life soldiers have serial numbers. that doesn't mean that they don't also have names. or that they're consistently addressed using their serial number instead of their name.

I think you misread me. I'm not saying they don't have a service number as well.

And considering that I'm wearing my dog tags right now, yes, I'm familiar with serial numbers. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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ICHIBAN11 wrote:
How does the CS name their Dog Boys? Each DB has to have a name.

I'm thinking that they have a name and an associated serial number that acts as a surname.

Something like, Rex R-243-2-LS.

Rex being his common name.
R: the series/breed the DB part of and where the first letter of the name (i.e. Rex, Rover, Robinson)
243: batch number and whom his/her parents were.
2: birth order
LS: Facility(i.e. Lone Star, Quebec, Chi-town, etc)


im sorry but is your security clearnce high enough for that infro, or do dog boys in your universe come in lots of 6 when created?

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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The DB's would have to have an official name, something that is one their name tag on their uniforms. If a new trooper or Officer transfers into a unit they have know what to call the DB assigned to/with them. The admin clerks would be passing kidney stones if every DB assigned was named whatever the unit decided. "How many 'Rovers' and 'Fidos' can there be out?!" :? "And who the HECK named their Kill Hound 'Tinkle Bell'?!!!"

The LS WB mentions that DBs are both Vat grown and through artificial insemination. It doesn't mention anybody other than LS haveing the ability to make DB's, but I doubt that Chi-Town would not insist that a small program be placed there to "not have all of our eggs in one basket". The distance from LS to IH and FQ would give them a reason to have their own production facility. They might not have a Vat grown system, but a live birth system would be easy enough to manage. FQ and Chi-Town could even have had a hidden program that was kept from the other CS states.


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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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What I do for my game (since I actually came up with a pretty comprehensive serial number for it - but then we also have personnel records) is use the last four of their Serial Number along with their Name for identification. The name is a simple one word (or hyphenated two word) name, with the last four of their Serial being their "last name." Very rarely will it become an issue where you can't tell one from another.

Actual examples from the game:
"Blackbox" F3E2 (ID# LSD3-304-097-0001-F3E2)
"Juno" B9F0 (ID# LSB3-410-095-C201-B9F0)
"Jericho" 03D8 (NPC who's number I haven't generated yet)
"Sadie" 097A (NPC who's number I haven't generated yet)

I use hexadecimal (0-9,A-F) numbering, hence why there are letters.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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MikelAmroni wrote:
What I do for my game (since I actually came up with a pretty comprehensive serial number for it - but then we also have personnel records) is use the last four of their Serial Number along with their Name for identification. The name is a simple one word (or hyphenated two word) name, with the last four of their Serial being their "last name." Very rarely will it become an issue where you can't tell one from another.

Actual examples from the game:
"Blackbox" F3E2 (ID# LSD3-304-097-0001-F3E2)
"Juno" B9F0 (ID# LSB3-410-095-C201-B9F0)
"Jericho" 03D8 (NPC who's number I haven't generated yet)
"Sadie" 097A (NPC who's number I haven't generated yet)

I use hexadecimal (0-9,A-F) numbering, hence why there are letters.


I was going to use hexadecimal as well. Specifically just for their batch number; it was going to be a 16 digit hexadecimal number, but the preceding zeros were left off in the written form. This should give me a virtually unlimited number of ... numbers for the untold number of DBs and other animals.

What do your personnel records look like? Can you upload them or give a description of them? In one of my games from another company the parent company produced requisition forms for their novelty book divisions that I made the PC's print and fill out if they wanted something for free from their handler. Only one player did it; the others were scared away from doing so. It made it easier for me to milk every last drop of spare cash they got their hands on. :twisted:


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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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Here's a human example (NPC)

Personnel Record
Name: Esperanza Donata
Service Branch: Coalition Navy (Coalition Nautical Service)
Service Number: LS00-922-079-A568-1EC2
Pay Grade: 0-1
Rank: Ensign
Date of Birth: 9-22-79
Primary Specialty: Navy Sailor Brown Water Patrol Crew
Military Education:
Computer Systems Training Course, Basic, Chi Town, CS Army
Basic Training Course, Chi Town, CS Nautical Specialist Service
Ship's Crew Basic Proficiency Course, Chi Town, CS Nautical Specialist Service
Basic Patrol Guided Missile Ship Handling Program, Chi Town, CS Nautical Specialist Service
Patrol Guided Missile Ship Maintenance Course, Chi Town, CS Nautical Specialist Service
Armor Support and Maintenance Training Course, Chi Town, CS Army
Ship's Crew Basic Proficiency Course, Chi Town, CS Nautical Specialist Service
Heavy and Emplaced Weapons Training Course, Chi Town, CS Army
Field Weapons/Armor Support and Maintenance Program, Chi Town, CS Army
Power Armour and Robot Gunnery Training Course, Basic, Chi Town, CS Army
Decorations, Medals, Badges, Citations, and Campaign:
Advanced Hand to Hand Badge (Boxing)
Combat Action Ribbon
Mississippi River Service Ribbon
Coalition Defense Service Medal
Iron Cross, Ortiz Island Incident
Disciplinary data and court martial record:
N/A

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And here's one of my Dogboy PCs (one of the most fun PCs I've seen in a while)

Personnel Record
Name: B9F0, "Juno"
Service Branch: Coalition Navy
Service Number: PRP ID# LSB3-410-095-C201-B9F0
Pay Grade: E-2
Pay Rate: /month
Rank: Private
Date of Birth: 4/10/95
Primary Specialty: CS Navy Sea Dog RLT: Forward Observer
Military Education:
Basic Training, Naval Infantry, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Communications School, Basic, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Monster Identification and Elimination Training Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Enemy Force Identification Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Ship's Crew Basic Proficiency Course, Isle of Orleans, CS Navy
Basic Patrol Guided Missile Ship Handling Program, Isle of Orleans, CS Navy
Hovercycle Maneuvering Course, Basic, Isle of Orleans, CS Navy
Heavy and Emplaced Weapons I Training Course, Isle of Orleans, CS Navy
Close Quarters Combat School, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Reconnaissance Awareness Training Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Wilderness Navigation and Movement Training Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Forward Observation Training Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Tracking and Counter-tracking Training Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Psi-Hound Orientation and Obedience Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Master Psychic (Sensitive) Training Course, Lone Star Genetic Center, CS Army
Decorations, Medals, Badges, Citations, and Campaign:
Commendation for Meritorious Service - Mississippi River
Mississippi River Service Ribbon
Disciplinary data and court martial record:
Infraction (Minor) - NJP 6 weeks KP duty
---Public urination
Infraction (Minor) - Administrative Action
---Improper language in front of human civilian
Infraction (Minor) - Administrative Action
---Failure to report to grooming facility
---Conduct Unbecoming - Improper relations with non-resident mutant canine
---Conduct Unbecoming - Improper relations with non-registered psi-hound

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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LOL you know, I'd have to ask. Given the player, there's no telling. It could very well be just deciding to relieve the pressure of a night spent drinking - too bad it was near the Sergeant's car. Or it could be a hydrant. Like I said, no telling. I'll have to ask him.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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You know... I had a squad of dog boys in a campaign a few years back. After clearing out a nest of D-bees they wound up getting some 'leave' time, and went drinking. Was an interesting night to say the least. Almost wound up startin' a bar-fight, but it was taken outside. Greyhound style dog boy got into it with another off-duty dog boy (styled after a pomeranian, short, viscious with an attitude, and kinda sneaky). The pomeranian lost... KO'd.

They greyhound wound up dragging the unconscious fluffy to a nearby beauty supply store.

In about half an hour, the looser was neon electric blue from nose to tail.

Sadly, the unit had lost a dog boy and the pomeranian was the unit's replacement. They found out the next morning when he reported to barracks.

Needless to say, life was interesting for all concerned for some time after that.

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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Too Funny!

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 Post subject: Re: Dog Boy Names
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I Give them Service Numbers and they receive a name from their Drill Instructors. For some dog boys it's comical, think Full Metal Jacket (Private Snowball, Private Joker), other times its totally mundane (Private Bonnie, reminded the DI of his pet black lab) and sometimes named after feats (Private Smasher for doing well during hand to hand training).
The Service Numbers are 9 digit numbers not unlike our SSN's. The first number is their origin code (1 would be Lone Star, 2 would be Chi Town, etc), the second 4 are their lot numbers (which batch (Bxxx) or which litter (Lxxx)) and the last 4 is just a unique serial number. So Private Diesel's number would be 1-L234-8812. He is from Lone Star, Born in litter lot number 234, Serial 8812 of that litter.
When taking Role, they use the name and the last 4. It's easy enough for me.

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i cant stop m smile after reading this.. too funny really


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