Oh, and that AI we talked about before? It's not even the only one. Guy Haley's ''In the Grim Darkness of the Far Future'' openly mentions that Cawl's mind is essentially composed of numerous AI copies of himself operating in tandem with his original mind, in what he compares to being a conductor of an orchestra with the AI copies as the musicians. Which in effect makes him practically immortal, since he could switch on a backup copy of himself if his original body dies.
== On the Tabletop ==