The software user may be the one to trigger the generation of a new world, but they are not the only entity in PISES which may be autonomously exploring new worlds. A procedurally generated species in PISES may very well be conducting explorations of its own, which can sometimes result in paradoxical outcomes.
Category: Development Story
...direct Ancestral Memory provided many survival advantages for this species (In fact, it was a random neurological mutation they received while still in pre-society). By directly inheriting their parent's memory, the creatures were able to very quickly excel at anything their parents excelled at. If one parent was a brilliant mathematician, then so too would be their offspring; no need to spend decades in school to reach their parent's level of skill (if the offspring even COULD reach the parent's level skill). The skill was inherent, and for this reason, species -f978 was able to advance at an explosive velocity.
It's 2014: my junior year of college. It's 3 A.M. on a Saturday night, and tomorrow is the big day. I scan my notes, check my maps, make sure my minis are organized and my dice pools are set. Tomorrow is the final episode of our three-years long science fiction D&D campaign. It is the culmination and climax of hundreds of hours of writing and hundreds more hours of play.