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Homo Perfectus 6

by Sindriv

Episode 6 of Homo Perfectus
Sci-fi
2012

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Six months after the effects of Homo Perfectus 5, and Meckard's legacy finally seems to have stopped causing damage. The Imperfects have allowed the Gorgon lab to research into the works of past villains, but in return, have been given proper oversight to ensure history does not repeat itself. However, there is one vital piece of project that is out in the open, whether she realizes it or not...

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Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Free
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 24q279g6qiffeh06

Sequel to Homo Perfectus 5, by Sindriv and Killer999

Followed by sequel Homo Perfectus 7, by Sindriv

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