Identification Numbers

Background

When a Sixamian is born, they are initially labeled from 1 to 9 dependent on their initial tone.

  • This digit can be repeated for multiple offspring in a singular litter.
    • For example, in a litter of five, they can be named 1, 1, 4, 9 and 2.
  • This is the first digit in their identification number.
    • Despite the tone they have as a baby, it has the tendency to change within the first five hours.
    • Females are often sectioned off from the males to observe their change after ten hours.
      • Since the Sixamian empire is ruled under a matriarchy, the correct tone must be assured.
  • This digit is obtained by a blood sample.

Number Bearings

The only races that were found compatible within Sixamian space were the Foliorum, Nav’od, and Velox. These three races have been categorized as the “-green,” “-blue,” and “-purple” respectively.

  • The initial number assigned to the new offspring is based on their DNA composition and appearance.
    • They basically take a blood sample and run it through a machine to observe specific traits.
    • Sometimes their traits are physically visible when they are born, but most of the time they aren’t.
  • Each number refers to an affinity/compatibility rate out of ten.
    • The ten is representative of the percentage of the sub-race.
      • 10 = 100%
    • Percentages are rounded up.
  • These specific numbers are associated with each specific spliced race for the varying degrees of inheritance.
    • Because the natural Sixamian DNA has been mutated enough to become fairly versatile in adapting to the changes, a caregiver is needed to observe the changes in Sixamian development.
Foliorum
(Sixamian-Green %)
Nav’od
(Sixamian-Blue %)
Velox
(Sixamian-Purple %)
2, 3, 5, 74, 6, 81, 9
*values are in tens, so 1 = 10, 2 = 20, so on
**see Genetic Inheritance

Assessment Exams

Throughout their lifespan as a colony drone, they will take three genetic assessment exams regarding their genetic capabilities.

  • These proctored assessment exams are needed to establish the next three digits of their identification number.
    • The first is done by age 5-8.
    • The second is done by age 9-12.
    • The third is done by age 13-16.
  • It is in these assessment exams where they obtain the last digit of their identification number.
    • These exams are important when they are dispersed into their respective roles after their formal schooling.
  • Once the assessment exams are finished, the rounded percentages are then dispersed into each of the three tone categories for their PTP.

Primary Tone Placement (PTP)

Despite their outward skin color, another function on a Sixamian Biosuit is the promotion of their primary tone and permanent role.

  • Since Sixamians are not completely one, singular color, the biosuit is used to mask specific “Un-Sixamian” features.
  • The placement is simple: Each race-correlated digit is added together and the highest number is their permanent role.
    • For example, “Colony Drone #6524”
      • 6, 4 = Sixamian-Blue
        • 6 + 4 = 10
      • 5, 2 = Sixamian-Green
        • 5 + 2 = 7
      • 10 > 7
      • “Colony Drone #6524 is Sixamian-Blue.”
  • In the case of an even split, they are allowed to choose whichever tone to be their permanent tone for the rest of their life.