As a Borg DroneNOTE: This ignores all of VOY: Endgame events. Except the time lapse between then and Voyager getting home in the original reality.
'Duties, there are always duties to do. That's all that fills my mind. But once, it wasn't like that, I wasn't like that at all. I was bubbly, friendly and always good mannered. But that isn't me, not any more. Now, it's all about my duties. Now, I go on my journey, day by day, not thinking of what I might have been if I wasn't the way I am.
I go through the day-to-day, barely thinking about what I have to do. Do I do this, or do that? No, I just do what I am told to do. I've done a lot of things, without thinking about them. Helped wipe out entire races just because that was my job.
Who am I? I am the Borg. I am Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjutant of Unicomplex 01. It was once someone else's identity, but now, I am her replacement. But once, a long time ago... I was a little girl. My name... was once... Naomi Wildman.
It all started, when I was about 6 or 7
Snow's Tips #6 - Advanced Saving MethodsStudio can be very finicky about where data files are located, and occasionally installing new versions or moving your content can result in Studio being unable to load saved scenes. I've probably remade my characters at least eight times because of these sorts of issues, and although fairly rare now, it's something long-time Studio users have dreaded.
To prepare for potential problems, it's a good idea to save the poses, materials, cameras, and other elements of your scene as well so that if your scene ever becomes unusable, you can recreate it quickly using these saved presets.
- For a character, select it and click the + button at the bottom of your Content Library panel. Choose "Properties Preset...". This type allows you to save pose, materials, morphs, and more in a single file. By default, Shaping, Pose, and Material(s) are selected with checkboxes. If you don't want to save the morphs, but do want to save the pose and materials for example, just uncheck the box in the Sh