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The Nexus-9 was the first replicant model of bioengineered humans created by the Wallace Corporation, which continued Replicant manufacturing and commerce after acquiring the rights from the bankrupt Tyrell Corporation in 2028.

HistoryEdit

Fate of the Nexus-8 ReplicantsEdit

The Tyrell Corporation was responsible for the creation, manufacturing, and selling of replicant technology since the earliest Nexus models were produced. In 2019, a rogue Nexus-6 replicant named Roy Batty killed the head of the corporation, Eldon Tyrell. This caused the next variant, the Nexus-8, to be rushed onto the market in 2020.

Nexus-8 replicants had open-ended, natural lifespans and were used for Off-world warfare and tasks humans did not want to do on Earth. Anti-replicant sentiment led to Human Supremacist movements and, with the use of the Replicant Registration Database, murder of replicants became a regular occurrence. In the Blackout of 2022, all records related to replicants were mysteriously erased, allowing Nexus-8 replicants to blend in with society. Shortly thereafter replicant technology was outlawed and the retirement of all Nexus-8 models was mandated. This sent the Tyrell Corporation into bankruptcy, allowing Niander Wallace to acquire it in 2028.

2023: Beginning of the Replicant ProhibitionEdit

In 2023, the governing magistrates legislate an indefinite prohibition on replicant production by the Tyrell Corporation. This lead to the decommissioning of the Nexus-6 and Nexus-8 Replicant models. Unlike the Nexus-6 which does not live past its programmed 4-years lifespan, the Nexus-8 is characterized by a natural, indefinite lifespan. As a result, Blade Runner units were requested to retire any Nexus-8 Replicant models blending in with society.

2036: End of Replicant ProhibitionEdit

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A Nexus-9 replicant demonstrating obedience by cutting himself in 2036

Replicant technology was prohibited after the Blackout, regarding any restraints that Tyrell had placed into their models as ineffective after the Nexus series proved to be rebellious. Wallace, after acquiring the Tyrell Corporation for his own use, developed in secret new replicants that would obey. These would be the Nexus-9, and in 2036 Wallace demonstrated their obedience in front of the magistrates of Los Angeles. This overturned the prohibition and allowed replicants back into the workforce and society.

FeaturesEdit

The Nexus-9 series is primarily known for its obedience. Retaining the ocular implant from the Nexus-8, Wallace made the Nexus-9 series live as long as the customer requested, and demonstrated their obedience by ordering an unnamed Nexus-9 to choose between his own life or that of Wallace's. The result was the replicant cutting his own throat.

Known Nexus-9 replicantsEdit

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