Kushan Fleet Command

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As the project neared completion and the full size and complexity of the Mothership became clear, System Coherency specialists encountered a problem that seemed to defy solution. In even the most basic function simulations, there was so much data to be analyzed, so many responses per second required, that the projected bridge crew grew into the hundreds. As new command staff were added to the simulation, the hierarchy became unmanageable. It became apparent that in any sort of crisis, the Mothership would quickly suffer from communications paralysis. Computational experts tried, but no simulated intellect system they could devise could be trusted 100%, and the whole project faltered until a young neuronics expert stepped forward with a desperate plan. Karan Sjet was working on experimental biological circuits that would mimic brain functions. When she heard that an information bottleneck was facing the crew of the Mothership, she realized her research could be put to another purpose.

Neuronisist Sjet suggested using an existing brain - her own - to bridge the gap between living nerve branches and the Mothership's data shunts.

As Fleet Command, she is capable of handling hundreds of alerts and updates per second, while analyzing what tasks can be handled automatically and which situations need to be brought to the attention of the crew. Should the ship come under fire, she will instantly analyze systems across the entire length of the ship and monitor everything from construction to research progress. Fleet command observes the status of all vessels and updates their positions. Research reports are also processed through her central core, along with information on construction projects.