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Dr Who

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Cover design by Andy Hopkinson
Occam's Razor
Series: Kaldor City
Release Number: 1
Main Character: Kaston Iago
Featuring:
Enemy:
Setting:
Writer: Alan Stevens
Jim Smith
Director: Alistair Lock
Alan Stevens
Post Production: Alan Stevens
Publisher: Magic Bullet Productions
Release Date: September 2001
Format: 1 CD, 60 minutes
Prod. Code:
ISBN: ISBN
Previous Story:
Following Story: Death's Head

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Publisher's Summary

"You are dealing with a professional. Probably a hired killer. Resourceful, highly intelligent. A computer specialist."

Kaldor: A city of robots on a world of robots. The Board runs the Company, and the Company runs the planet. Nothing happens in Kaldor City without the Board’s approval. So how come its members are dying?

Company Chairholder Uvanov is faced with an escalating problem: political allies and enemies are being killed and nobody knows who will be next or why. Even Carnell, the ex-Federation psycho-strategist, is at a loss to provide an explanation.

One man may hold the answers-- a man who crossed the border into Kaldor City six hours ago: Kaston Iago, a man with a past and maybe an agenda. A man with the skills to set everything right.

Kaldor City - Occam's Razor uses characters and concepts from Chris Boucher's Doctor Who novel Corpse Marker to tell a dark, aggressive tale of ultraviolence and political intrigue.

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References

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Notes

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Continuity

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Timeline

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External Links

  • Doctor Who Reference Guide - Detailed Synopsis - Occam's Razor
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Memory-beta

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Occam's Razor was a logical principle ascribed to 14th century human William of Occam, which stated, "The least complex answer is probably right." (TOS novel: Planet of Judgment, SCE eBook: Foundations)


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Occam's Razor
Attack statistics
dmg/attack: 10
DPS: 30
attacks/sec: 3
Criticals
crit dmg: 13
crit chance: x 3
Other
skill: Melee Weapons
AP: 17
item HP: 600
repair: Combat Knives
weight: 1
value: 65
base id: 000CB602

Occam's Razor is a slightly stronger combat knife found on Commander Jabsco at the Talon Company base in Fort Bannister.

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Notes

  • It can be repaired with and resembles a normal combat knife.
  • Occam's Razor is only stronger than the combat knife in raw damage by 3 points, so it may not be much more useful than a normal combat knife. It is inferior when compared to Stabhappy.

Behind the scenes

Bugs

  • If the player hacks the turrets, resulting in killing Jabsco without firing by himself, they must then shoot his dead corpse or the Occam's Razor wouldn't appear on him. This also occurs if you kill him by planting a grenade, but is fixed by also shooting him. (Confirmed on Xbox 360 and PC)
  • Once the player fires on Jabsco's body, the unactivated Mr. Gutsy will become hostile. (Xbox 360 and PC)
  • In the Broken Steel event in which the Brotherhood raids Fort Bannister, on certain occasions Occam's Razor will not be found on Jabsco or in the containers in the room that Jabsco is found in.

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