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The '''Metaversal APIs''' are systems set in place by [[the Illuminati]] to allow for communication between different [[Metaverse|metaverses]] within a [[xenoverse]]. Ordinarily, they are locked off to the civilisations within a metaverse, but proper usage of [[Metaversal buffer overflow|metaversal buffer overflows]] can allow information to be injected into the APIs.
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The '''Mesaversal APIs''' are systems set in place by [[Illuminati|the Illuminati]] to allow for communication between different [[Mesaverse|mesaverses]] within a [[xeroverse]]. Ordinarily, they are locked off to the civilisations within a mesaverse, but proper usage of mesaversal buffer overflows can allow information to be injected into the APIs.
   
Physically, a metaversal APIs resembles a multiverse-scale structure, with various connections linking to neighboring metaverses.
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Physically, a mesaversal APIs resembles a multiverse-scale structure, with various connections linking to neighboring mesaverses.
   
The types of channels present in a metaversal API vary; some unlucky metaverses have none, and some important metaverses (known as [[Core metaverse|core metaverses]]) have almost every kind of known channel connecting with almost every other metaverse in the xenoverse.
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The types of channels present in a mesaversal API vary; some unlucky mesaverses have none, and some important mesaverses (known as [[core mesaverses]]) have almost every kind of known channel connecting with almost every other mesaverse in the xeroverse.
   
 
Typical types of channels that are widely found include:
 
Typical types of channels that are widely found include:
   
* Creation channels: Allows for the creation of new multiverses built to desired specifications in the targeted metaverse.
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* Creation channels: Allows for the creation of new multiverses built to desired specifications in the targeted mesaverse.
* Surveillance channels: Allows for remote viewing of events in any multiverse in the targeted metaverse, presented as a high-dimensional holographic image in the metaversal API.
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* Surveillance channels: Allows for remote viewing of events in any multiverse in the targeted mesaverse, presented as a high-dimensional holographic image in the mesaversal API.
* Modification channels: Allow for the creation of matter in targeted multiverses. Often, the first thing a newly-xenoversal civilisation does is create a [[metaversal buffer overflow]] engine in a neighboring metaverse using a modification channel, and then uses that to access the metaversal APIs in the other metaverse.
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* Modification channels: Allow for the creation of matter in targeted multiverses. Often, the first thing a newly-xeroversal civilisation does is create a [[mesaversal buffer overflow]] engine in a neighboring mesaverse using a modification channel, and then uses that to access the mesaversal APIs in the other mesaverse.
* Destruction channels: Allows for the destruction of multiverses in the targeted metaverse.
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* Destruction channels: Allows for the destruction of multiverses in the targeted mesaverse.
   
Often, the use of these metaversal APIs is inherently restricted - it is often a major undertaking to find a core metaverse with an appropriate API for increasing the permissions of the APIs of the other metaverses in the civilisation.
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Often, the use of these mesaversal APIs is inherently restricted - it is often a major undertaking to find a core mesaverse with an appropriate API for increasing the permissions of the APIs of the other mesaverses in the civilisation.
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Latest revision as of 14:22, 10 July 2021

The Mesaversal APIs are systems set in place by the Illuminati to allow for communication between different mesaverses within a xeroverse. Ordinarily, they are locked off to the civilisations within a mesaverse, but proper usage of mesaversal buffer overflows can allow information to be injected into the APIs.

Physically, a mesaversal APIs resembles a multiverse-scale structure, with various connections linking to neighboring mesaverses.

The types of channels present in a mesaversal API vary; some unlucky mesaverses have none, and some important mesaverses (known as core mesaverses) have almost every kind of known channel connecting with almost every other mesaverse in the xeroverse.

Typical types of channels that are widely found include:

  • Creation channels: Allows for the creation of new multiverses built to desired specifications in the targeted mesaverse.
  • Surveillance channels: Allows for remote viewing of events in any multiverse in the targeted mesaverse, presented as a high-dimensional holographic image in the mesaversal API.
  • Modification channels: Allow for the creation of matter in targeted multiverses. Often, the first thing a newly-xeroversal civilisation does is create a mesaversal buffer overflow engine in a neighboring mesaverse using a modification channel, and then uses that to access the mesaversal APIs in the other mesaverse.
  • Destruction channels: Allows for the destruction of multiverses in the targeted mesaverse.

Often, the use of these mesaversal APIs is inherently restricted - it is often a major undertaking to find a core mesaverse with an appropriate API for increasing the permissions of the APIs of the other mesaverses in the civilisation.