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Alice and Barney made their way to Sri Lanka from the Fortress in the hopes of restoring Barneys health after his accident almost twenty years ago. He lost his right leg at the knee, his left arm at the elbow, his left eye and eye socket were smashed and he suffered burns over 60% of his body. Doctors in the Falklands tried their best to help him and as the years passed and his locations changed his prostetic limbs improoved until he took up a directorship with Tricell. Weskers scientists and doctors greatly imrpooved his life with their augmentations compared to his past life and even created an artificial eye for him, but once again as the years passed they became inadequate and began causing headaches and pains in his stumps.

Barney had made an appointment for a consultation with a Sarif representative in regards to get some serious help. Alice was with him under orders from her father to secure 20,000 advanced infantry body armour suits from Ultor.

[i]Sarif Industries[/i]

Barney walked into the lobby and approached the receptionist.
"Hello, my name is Mr Moore, I have a consulation with David Sarif, is he available?" he said, leaning heavily on his walking stick, metal fingers curling over the handle.

[i]Ultor Inc[/i]

Alice walked into the lobby and approached the receptionist.
"Greetings, My name is Alice Wesker, I have a meeting with Jeremy Ultor to discuss a possible contract. Please tell him I have arrived" she said in a very formal tone of voice. As she waited to began to straighten her clothes and make sure she looked the part.

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[quote name='Zoot Zoot' timestamp='1306938764' post='2721999'][i]Sarif Industries[/i]

Barney walked into the lobby and approached the receptionist.
"Hello, my name is Mr Moore, I have a consulation with David Sarif, is he available?" he said, leaning heavily on his walking stick, metal fingers curling over the handle.[/quote]
"Hello, Mr. Moore. Just a moment, please."
The receptionist looked ar Barney for a moment, then opened a holobook, presumably holding all appointments that Mr. Sarif had.
Looking at the current time and the name, she found that a Mr. Moore indeed had an appointment with the CEO of Sarif Industries.
A quick security scan - skin flaked off all the time, providing ample material for DNA analysis - confirmed the man's identity, lacking any previous convictions in Sri Lanka and thus eligible for any program he was fit for.
This confirmation also allowed him - aside from his monetary assets - to meet with the CEO, of course.
"Thank you, Mr. Moore. Please step to the elevator. I've set it to open for you to step through. Please to not be alarmed when it closes again behind you. Mr. Sarif has some less-than-friendly competition here in Sri Lanka."
She smiles at the man, despite his disfigurements, which would've given others a pause.

Once Barney had walked through, he'd be in the elevator directly to CEO David Sarif's office. It took around 20 seconds, due to the building being rather tall, but then the doors opened, revealing the spacious office with a large table, several holoPCs on it, a chair behind it and the CEO standing at a (presumably heavily reinforced) window.
If Barney cared to look closely enough, he'd notice several bullet impacts, stopped by the powerful glass. Attempts on Mr. Sarif's life.

The man turned around. "Mr. Moore. Welcome to Sarif Industries. Please, do take a seat."
A comfortable-looking chair slid out of the floor on Barney's side of the table. Sarif moved to sit into his chair.
"Please, do tell me what brought you here. I'll be glad to help you."

[quote name='Zoot Zoot' timestamp='1306938764' post='2721999'][i]Ultor Inc[/i]

Alice walked into the lobby and approached the receptionist.
"Greetings, My name is Alice Wesker, I have a meeting with Jeremy Ultor to discuss a possible contract. Please tell him I have arrived" she said in a very formal tone of voice. As she waited to began to straighten her clothes and make sure she looked the part.
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The receptionist looked up at Alice, nodding and confirming her identity with a quick DNA scan, much like what had been done with Barney in Sarif Industries' offices.
"Miss Wesker, welcome to Ultor. Please take a seat. Mr. Ultor will be with you momentarily."
There were several chairs near one of the walls for Alice to choose and sit down in.
Meanwhile, the receptionist pressed a button, then said something into a microphone in Sinhala.

A few minutes later, a light began to blink on her desk.
"Ms. Wesker, Mr. Ultor is now ready to receive you. Please proceed to the elevator. and from there to Mr. Ultor's office."

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[i]Sarif Industries[/i]

"I have come to finally fix the mess that is my body Mr Sarif, My research lead me to you and your company. My prostetic limbs cause me great aches in my stumps which extend up to my shoulder and hip. I have burns over 60% of my body which greatly restrict my movement and I suffered a severe trauma to the left eye socket which caused me to go blind, aswell as shattering the socket. Doctors the world over have tried to help me and this si the closest thing I have to normality. The bones in my eye were set incorrectly and the electronic eye gives me headaches. Ten years ago I didnt need a walking stick, but now? I fear if I remain with these... augmentations I will be in a wheelchair before I am fifty. Your my last hope for a relativly normal life and in my pocket is a blank cheque that i can write any number on."

[i]Ultor Inc[/i]
Alice got into the elevator and pushed the respective button to see Mr Ultor. A minute or two later the doors opened and Alice proceeded to look for the office in question. It wasnt hard to find truth be told. She knocked tentativly on the door before entering and approaching Mr Ultor.

"Greetings Mr Ultor, I'm Alice Wesker, may I take a seat before you hear my proposition?"

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[i]Sarif Industries[/i]

"I have come to finally fix the mess that is my body Mr Sarif, My research lead me to you and your company. My prostetic limbs cause me great aches in my stumps which extend up to my shoulder and hip. I have burns over 60% of my body which greatly restrict my movement and I suffered a severe trauma to the left eye socket which caused me to go blind, aswell as shattering the socket. Doctors the world over have tried to help me and this si the closest thing I have to normality. The bones in my eye were set incorrectly and the electronic eye gives me headaches. Ten years ago I didnt need a walking stick, but now? I fear if I remain with these... augmentations I will be in a wheelchair before I am fifty. Your my last hope for a relativly normal life and in my pocket is a blank cheque that i can write any number on."[/quote]
"Mr. Moore, I'm glad you came to us.
Sarif Industries is relatively new, but we have beat all competition by miles and miles. I can assure you that once you have undergone the proper treaments and been given the prosthesis-replacements, you'll feel like a new man."
The CEO smiled, opening a file on his computer. "I will make sure that only the best of our doctors, augmentation specialists and counsellors will help you.
Now, when would you like the first appointment to discuss the exact specifications of the augmentations and prostheses? Tomorrow or in two days, perhaps?"


[quote name='Zoot Zoot' timestamp='1306941334' post='2722011'][i]Ultor Inc[/i]
Alice got into the elevator and pushed the respective button to see Mr Ultor. A minute or two later the doors opened and Alice proceeded to look for the office in question. It wasnt hard to find truth be told. She knocked tentativly on the door before entering and approaching Mr Ultor.

"Greetings Mr Ultor, I'm Alice Wesker, may I take a seat before you hear my proposition?"
[/quote]
"Please do sit down, Ms. Wesker." He got up, reaching over his office table to offer her his hand.
"It's good to meet you. How are you today?"

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[i]Sarif Industries[/i]
"Tomorrow morning if possible Mr Sarif, paperwork and details are not my strongpoint so I prefer to get it all over and done with as soon as possible. I do have one question though, and I do feel very much like a child for this, but how much is this process going to hurt?"

[i]Ultor Inc[/i]
"I am good thank you Mr Ultor, a little tired from the flight, but nothing that wont be fixed with a good drink tonight, or a good sleep. One or the other anyway. Now then, I have come to you to discuss the possibility of a contract regarding personal body armour for my organisation. Our own systems are good, but yours are better, better by leaps and bounds. In short I am looking to secure a contract for full body protection from ballistic projectiles, nuclear, chemical and biological attack, and extreme heat or extreme cold. IE desert operations and Arctic/Antarctic operations."

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[i]Sarif Industries[/i]
"Tomorrow morning if possible Mr Sarif, paperwork and details are not my strongpoint so I prefer to get it all over and done with as soon as possible. I do have one question though, and I do feel very much like a child for this, but how much is this process going to hurt?"[/quote]
"Tomorrow morning, then. I'll schedule the appropriate appointment. You just have to come at...let's say 9:30? To the receptionist, she'll give you directions to your appointment.
Of course, the men who'll help you will do most of these things themselves, but there's a few things that only you can determine. We want you to be as comfortable with your new limbs as possible, obviously.
Now, about pain...Having undergone an augmentation myself, to strengthen the ribcage and give me what basically amounts to a military-grade kevlar vest, I can tell you that it doesn't hurt. The painful parts are done while you're anesthesized, so there's no worries about that, unless you're allergic to common ones and we have to use less commonly used ones.
But I doubt there'll be any problems or complications. These men are experts."


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[i]Ultor Inc[/i]
"I am good thank you Mr Ultor, a little tired from the flight, but nothing that wont be fixed with a good drink tonight, or a good sleep. One or the other anyway. Now then, I have come to you to discuss the possibility of a contract regarding personal body armour for my organisation. Our own systems are good, but yours are better, better by leaps and bounds. In short I am looking to secure a contract for full body protection from ballistic projectiles, nuclear, chemical and biological attack, and extreme heat or extreme cold. IE desert operations and Arctic/Antarctic operations."
[/quote]
"Jetlag, the bane of businessmen." Jeremy chuckled.
"Now, for your request...Certainly doable, as we just recently released a new infantry combat system, the Nanosuit 2. Perhaps you've seen a brochure about it?"
He opened a file on his computer, and the middle of the desk began to display the [url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=90657&view=findpost&p=2721415"]brochure[/url] in 3D.
"They come with standardises chameleon camouflage, which automatically adapts to the current environment, changing the suit's colour to an appropriate camouflage. Quite effective, removes the need for half a dozen uniforms. You can even program it to display rank, medals and all."
He smiles. "Unfortunately, the suits are somewhat expensive, at 3,370,020 Rupees unit price for non-contractors. This is around 300,000 international dollars.
I'm confident that the suits will live up to any of your requirements, though the novelty makes them a bit expensive at the time. If you'd still like to purchase some, just tell me and we can get the operation going."

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[i]Sarif[/i]

"Thank you very much, 9:30 is perfect, one more thing though. Would facial reconstruction surgery be included? If not, would it be possible to undergo the surgery?"

[i]Ultor Inc[/i]
"Ahh the blank cheque in my pocket allows me to write any number that you might ask. Money isnt a problem for me Sir. I would like to place an order for 20,000 of these nanosuit 2's if thats not to much of a problem?"

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[i]Sarif[/i]

"Thank you very much, 9:30 is perfect, one more thing though. Would facial reconstruction surgery be included? If not, would it be possible to undergo the surgery?"[/quote]
"Certainly possible. This would happen at the same time as the surgery to reconstruct your eyesocket and whatnot, though it would prolong the entire procedure.
I expect it'll be around two to four months until everything is done. Another two months for you to get used to the new augments."

[quote name='Zoot Zoot' timestamp='1306946292' post='2722048'][i]Ultor Inc[/i]
"Ahh the blank cheque in my pocket allows me to write any number that you might ask. Money isnt a problem for me Sir. I would like to place an order for 20,000 of these nanosuit 2's if thats not to much of a problem?"
[/quote]
"Ah...Well, if whoever you're writing that cheque for is in possession of approximately 6 billion dollars, we'll gladly make them.
This sum is rather large, however, and we would like...a reserve for contingencies. This is a lot of money, and we didn't have any business previously. Surely you understand?"

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[i]Safir[/i]
"Then I shall return tomorrow for my appointment Sir and I thank you very much for what your going to do for me"

[i]Ultor[/i]
"I can pay three billion in advance, and three billion on delivery of the final shipment if it makes the bankers feel more secure in the investment Mr Ultor" she said with a smile.

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[i]Safir[/i]
"Then I shall return tomorrow for my appointment Sir and I thank you very much for what your going to do for me"[/quote]
"Not a problem, Mr. Moore. I'm glad to have you as customer, very glad indeed." He smiled, offering him a hand. Afterwards, he would bring Barney to the elevator and send him back down, then preparing everything for the appointment on the next day.
Only the best for his customers.

[quote name='Zoot Zoot' timestamp='1306947477' post='2722054'][i]Ultor[/i]
"I can pay three billion in advance, and three billion on delivery of the final shipment if it makes the bankers feel more secure in the investment Mr Ultor" she said with a smile.
[/quote]
"Very well, that is acceptable. Just give me the place you want us to ship them to, and we'll get building once the money has been transferred.
I expect that it'll take around 4 months for the first shipment to be completed, being around 5,000 suits. Three further shipments will then be sent. Two, four and six months after the first, for a total of ten months until the final shipment.
Is this acceptable?"

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"That is acceptable, you could ship them to Portsmouth in England" she said quickly before reaching into her pocket and pulling out the cheque and began to sign. Handing over the cheque she continued.

"Thankyou for doing buisiness Mr Ultor, its been a pleasure. If these suits are as good as you say we shall most definately be doing buisiness again."

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[quote name='Zoot Zoot' timestamp='1306949998' post='2722063']
"That is acceptable, you could ship them to Portsmouth in England" she said quickly before reaching into her pocket and pulling out the cheque and began to sign. Handing over the cheque she continued.

"Thankyou for doing buisiness Mr Ultor, its been a pleasure. If these suits are as good as you say we shall most definately be doing buisiness again."
[/quote]
"Glad to be doing business with you, Ms. Wesker."
Taking the cheque, he continued. "Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to organise a few things. Expect the first delivery in four months, as said." He smiled and offered his hand.

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The next day, factories in eastern Ceylon began the process of retooling to produce the suits requested by Wesker for whomever she had the money from.

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Once Moore arrived in the offices of Sarif Industries and was led to his counsellor - who was accompanied by a doctor - the two would talk to Moore, giving him various options regarding the augmentations.
There were several possibilities. One was absolute realism, which would result in generally lower performance and strength, but looked (and felt) almost exactly like a normal human arm or leg. Lightweight, but still stronger than the original limb, thanks to a skeleton made from a specialised compound named 'Duraluminium', not to be confused with duralumin. It was stronger, more durable than other sorts of aluminium or its compounds, yet retained a remarkable flexibility. Coated with nanocarbon muscles, similar but not entirely the same as those used by Ultor in their latest Nanosuit 2, and connected directly to the user's nerve system, these limbs were capable of movement that was equal, perhaps superior to that of natural limbs.
While the realistic version could not crush rocks in its hands (or under its heels), it still was strong enough to kill a man with a single punch or kick, if enough power was applied.

Less realistic versions looked more and more like true cybernetic limbs, though performance rose accordingly. The most powerful arm was capable of cracking and crushing rocks, able to punch through walls and move with a speed that required shoulder-reinforcement if the torso was 'vanilla' just so no damage could occur during movement.
Powerful, but easily recognised outside of Sri Lanka, where such sophisticated prostheses were uncommon.

Barney was also asked about his current medical status, previous operations, allergies, et cetera. His entire medical history was needed to determine which of the augmentations he could potentially receive. The most powerful ones were the most risky and dangerous ones, after all and required a fully healthy human, other than the occasionally missing limb. Even smoking or slightly heavy disqualified from using some of them.
Psychological tests would be scheduled as well, in order to determine whether he could actually cope with having these new limbs attached.
This and much more would be talked about on that day. And on three other days, so great was the amount of information needed for approval (or disapproval) of Moore's choices in prostheses.

Counselling alone was already adding around 5,000 a day to the bill. Making the artificial limbs (and eye), as well as the surgeries would cost considerably more.

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A few days had passed, and things were looking good.
Moore was allowed to use most of the augmentations, save for the most sophisticated and powerful ones. But, the doctor estimated that the man wouldn't have a need for those; The best ones he had access to were plenty strong enough.
With some spine reinforcement, he would potentially lbe able to ift 200 kilograms and more with relatively little effort. Though this required balancing on the augmented leg and lifting only with the augmented arm.
The counsellor's advice was to go for as realistic limbs as reasonable for Barney's needs, good enough that only little disguising was needed.

The exact choice would have to be done by him, however. He had been presented with the many options.

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The next day, factories in eastern Ceylon began the process of retooling to produce the suits requested by Wesker for whomever she had the money from.

_____________

Once Moore arrived in the offices of Sarif Industries and was led to his counsellor - who was accompanied by a doctor - the two would talk to Moore, giving him various options regarding the augmentations.
There were several possibilities. One was absolute realism, which would result in generally lower performance and strength, but looked (and felt) almost exactly like a normal human arm or leg. Lightweight, but still stronger than the original limb, thanks to a skeleton made from a specialised compound named 'Duraluminium', not to be confused with duralumin. It was stronger, more durable than other sorts of aluminium or its compounds, yet retained a remarkable flexibility. Coated with nanocarbon muscles, similar but not entirely the same as those used by Ultor in their latest Nanosuit 2, and connected directly to the user's nerve system, these limbs were capable of movement that was equal, perhaps superior to that of natural limbs.
While the realistic version could not crush rocks in its hands (or under its heels), it still was strong enough to kill a man with a single punch or kick, if enough power was applied.

Less realistic versions looked more and more like true cybernetic limbs, though performance rose accordingly. The most powerful arm was capable of cracking and crushing rocks, able to punch through walls and move with a speed that required shoulder-reinforcement if the torso was 'vanilla' just so no damage could occur during movement.
Powerful, but easily recognised outside of Sri Lanka, where such sophisticated prostheses were uncommon.

Barney was also asked about his current medical status, previous operations, allergies, et cetera. His entire medical history was needed to determine which of the augmentations he could potentially receive. The most powerful ones were the most risky and dangerous ones, after all and required a fully healthy human, other than the occasionally missing limb. Even smoking or slightly heavy disqualified from using some of them.
Psychological tests would be scheduled as well, in order to determine whether he could actually cope with having these new limbs attached.
This and much more would be talked about on that day. And on three other days, so great was the amount of information needed for approval (or disapproval) of Moore's choices in prostheses.

Counselling alone was already adding around 5,000 a day to the bill. Making the artificial limbs (and eye), as well as the surgeries would cost considerably more.
[/quote]

Barney would obviously chose the more powerful limbs, he explained to the doctors that the nature of his work and its remoteness from society allowed him to indulge in the higher performance limbs. Whilst he had no allergies, as a baby, he had a reaction to penecillin. Doctors as he grew up told him he had grown out of the allergy by now so it wouldnt be much of a problem. Previous operations included all the surgeries he had immediately after the crash that crippled him, the countless more over the decades afterwards to better his quality of life. He did briefly mention the major battlefield operation he had during the battle of Goose Green when a large piece of shrapnel had lodged itself in his hip during his military service.

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Barney would obviously chose the more powerful limbs, he explained to the doctors that the nature of his work and its remoteness from society allowed him to indulge in the higher performance limbs. Whilst he had no allergies, as a baby, he had a reaction to penecillin. Doctors as he grew up told him he had grown out of the allergy by now so it wouldnt be much of a problem. Previous operations included all the surgeries he had immediately after the crash that crippled him, the countless more over the decades afterwards to better his quality of life. He did briefly mention the major battlefield operation he had during the battle of Goose Green when a large piece of shrapnel had lodged itself in his hip during his military service.
[/quote]
Further tests were conducted, among them testing the man for the penicillin allergy - which turned out negatice - and a few other things. The surgery-work would be examined by experts and determined to be 'sloppy and without much thought for the patient's future'
Still, not much changed in what he was allowed to use. Around 60% of Sarif's available products could be used, and as the patient had opted for high-performance limbs, he would receive those.
After two surgeries that would correct all the mistakes made by previous surgeons. That alone would make Moore's life a lot more bearable, especially coupled with the doctor's plans to strengthen and augment his spine, which would remove practically any pain he felt in his back.
[url="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v284/Lynneth_del_Serpentas/AE/CNRP/Possible/back.jpg"][img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v284/Lynneth_del_Serpentas/AE/CNRP/Possible/th_back.jpg[/img][/url]
[i]Sarif's first artificial spine before insertion; very outdated by now[/i]

All in all, Moore would receive:
[list]
[*]Surgery to correct previous surgeon's mistakes
[*]Spine-strengthening augmentation, Spista 4 model
[*]One right leg, Rile Mk.2 model
[*]One left arm, Lear Mk.3 model
[*]Re-setting the left eye socket
[*]Left eye augmentation, Leya Mk.2.4 model
[*]Replacement for 60% of the patient's skin, required due to heavy burns
[/list]

For a total of 5.62 million dollars, the Spista 4 being the most expensive of the augmentations at a whopping 2.3 million.
If he wished for anything else, he could tell the doctors now. Changes later on would require changing the schedule considerably, resulting in a higher cost for each surgery that had to be postponed.

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Whilst Barney was recovering from the first few surgeries he would remind the docters for a complete facial reconstruction surgery to change his appearence. The bills for the operations so far would be transferred to Sarifs bank account, with a large personal tip to each of the surgeons who worked on him.

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Whilst Barney was recovering from the first few surgeries he would remind the docters for a complete facial reconstruction surgery to change his appearence. The bills for the operations so far would be transferred to Sarifs bank account, with a large personal tip to each of the surgeons who worked on him.
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The facial reconstruction would be added to the list at a price of roughly 350,000 dollars; It would be done around the same time the eye socket would be re-set.
The first surgeries were of course to correct previous mistakes. They took place over the course of around three weeks, and even while recovering from the, Barney would notice a considerable improvement regarding pain in his limbs and back.

What a wonder what a simple correction procedure could do. But they weren't anywhere near done.

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Once Barney had recovered from the mistake-correcting surgeries, the augmentation process would begin.
The first would be the most dangerous one: Strengthening the man's spine by gradually replacing it with one made from a lightweight, but durable titanium-alloy that required practically no maintenance at all if implanted properly.
Over the course of four days, he'd be subject to five surgeries. However, this only completed the crude part of the procedure. In three further operations, nerves, tissue, etcetera would carefully be reconnected with each other and grafted to the replacement spine.
Only if done with great care would the procedure be successful. But Moore was in the care of Sarif's best. Failure was practically impossible.

Indeed, when they told him the spine augmentation was completed, roughly 2 weeks after the first cut, he wouldn't notice much of a difference.

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"Careful with that...Bit more left...yes, yes..."
"Cutting now...And done, move it a little please...Thank you."
"Now, let's remove those shoddy implants. Careful, careful...Help me a little, won't you?"
"Holding the flesh a little, don't want it to rip off just like that."
"Can't you cut that?"
"There's some important nerve under that bit, can't just cut."
"Right, right. Now...And off is it."
"Assistant, the new implant, please."
[i]"Right-away."[/i]
"Good, good. I have it, now to gently guide this stupid robot..."
"It's not stupid, you know."
"Oh, I'm just teasing. That thing's helped me finish operations I couldn't have done on my own. Human fingers and arms are just so shaky."
"True enough. Now, let's graft that there..."
"Careful with the needle."
"Of course."

The banter between the two continued for a while, as they grafted the new leg implant on. A highly advanced artficial leg would later be connected to the socket, once the nerves had some time to recover from the surgery and regrow a little.
The same would happen with the man's arm, where he would receive a somewhat more lifelike biomechanical augmentation.
All in all these surgeries would take place over the course of roughly two weeks, most of the time required for the nerves to calm, regrow, etcetera.
Thus, the third phase was completed. Two more would come, one for the eye and face, the last for the severe burns all over his body.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Several months had passed, but the final surgery was a mere two days away.
After it, he would be mostly confined to the bed for another month, to truly let his body rest from the immense exertion of the surgeries.

"Even though you might feel fine, your body hasn't healed properly yet. A full month of complete bed-rest is required, aside from the occasional walk to the bathroom. After this, you'll be able to walk, but should avoid doing any sort of hard work for another two months.
Then your body should have adjusted to the changes and healed. Have you understood everything, Mr. Moore, and do you have any further questions?"

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