Self-Control (neuronal branch)

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Self-Control is a neuronal branch located on the Neuronal menu.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Self-Control Icon

The Self-Control neuronal branch deals with dopamine and reaction times during combat. Neurons in this branch reduce detriments or improve abilities related to dangerous situations.

Mechanics[edit | edit source]

The Self-Control Neuronal Branch

The Self-Control neuronal branch is a sub-branch of the primary Motricity branch. The Self-Control branch interconnects with the Attack and Dodge sub-branches.

The Self-Control branch has twelve total neurons: eight regular neurons and four genetic mutations.

List of Neurons[edit | edit source]

Image Neuron Connects Back To / Revealed By Connects Forward To / Reveals Genetic
Mutation?
Description
Self-Control - Determination - BB FR 01.png Determination (BB FR 01) Yes Less Dopamine is needed when responding to a threat.
Self-Control - Determination - BB FR 02.png Determination (BB FR 02) Yes Less Dopamine is needed when responding to a threat.
Self-Control - Determination - BB FR 03.png Determination (BB FR 03) Yes Less Dopamine is needed when responding to a threat.
Self-Control - Determination - BB FR 04.png Determination (BB FR 04) Yes Less Dopamine is needed when responding to a threat.
Self-Control - Internal Process Speed - FR 06.png Internal Process Speed (FR 06)  •  Perceptual Time Dilation (FR 05) No Reactions when facing a predator are faster.
Self-Control - Internal Process Speed - FR 07.png Internal Process Speed (FR 07)  •  Perceptual Time Dilation (FR 05) No Reactions when facing an irascible animal are faster.
Self-Control - Internal Process Speed - FR 08.png Internal Process Speed (FR 08)  •  Perceptual Time Dilation (FR 05) No Reactions when facing a wildlife animal are faster.
Self-Control - Perceptual Time Dilation - FR 05.png Perceptual Time Dilation (FR 05)  •  Temporal Distortion (FR 02)  •  Internal Process Speed (FR 06)
 •  Internal Process Speed (FR 07)
 •  Internal Process Speed (FR 08)
No Reactions when responding to a threat are faster.
Self-Control - Tachypsychia - FR 01.png Tachypsychia (FR 01)  •  Acute Stress Response (MS 02)  •  Temporal Distortion (FR 02) No The margin of error is increased during attacks because more time is allowed.
Self-Control - Temporal Distortion - FR 02.png Temporal Distortion (FR 02)  •  Fight Response (CO 01)
 •  Flee Response (DO 01)
 •  Tachypsychia (FR 01)
 •  Perceptual Time Dilation (FR 05)
 •  Temporal Distortion (FR 03)
No The margin of error is increased during attacks because more time is allowed.
Self-Control - Temporal Distortion - FR 03.png Temporal Distortion (FR 03)  •  Temporal Distortion (FR 02)
 •  Withdrawal Reflex (DO 05)
 •  Temporal Distortion (FR 04) No The margin of error is increased during attacks because more time is allowed.
Self-Control - Temporal Distortion - FR 04.png Temporal Distortion (FR 04)  •  Startle Response (CO 05)
 •  Temporal Distortion (FR 03)
No The margin of error during attacks is maximized because more time is allowed.