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Challenge #03928-J276: It's Teamwork

There was a child who was stricken with a rare disease. As they mature their mind degrades losing any sense of emotion or feeling. Doctors and engineers created an artificial intelligence that is able to compensate and amplify the faded emotions. The brain and the AI work as one being, giving the child the life they deserve. But the doctors didn’t know as the child sleep the mind split into two beings. One as the emotion deprived human, the other being the exuberant AI. -- Anon Guest

[AN: This is going to NOT be an expy for Autism happening. Because this sounds exactly like the allistic interpretation of Autism on slow mode]

To an outside observer, Pip appeared to be a quiet, well-behaved child. Ze did hir schoolwork to the best of hir ability. Ze obeyed the rules, did what ze was told, and was rarely disruptive. Pip wasn't the best student in the world, but hir teachers could tell that ze was trying hir best.

There were other things that were worrying.

Bullies could not hurt Pip emotionally, and caught trouble for hurting hir physically. None counted Pip as a friend. The best Pip had was family and associates or classmates. The problem was that none could reach hir emotions. Ze didn't seem to have any.

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Challenge #03894-J242: Visibly Strange

An elf ended up with a health problem that, after they recovered, made them unable to grow back their hair. It was intensely rare, but not completely unheard of. People remind their children not to stare, it's rude. And the kind elf doesn't deserve people to be rude. -- DaniAndShali

The common name was Nahripox, and it doesn't kill. People therefore believe that it is harmless. What it can do, especially to Elves, is scar. Some lose the whole or part of

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