kendralynora
kendralynora:

therealhamster:

no really i need to know

Technically, yes, you do die in real life. However, DYAD will just replace you with a clone of yourself (just like they would have done the last time(s) that you died on Canadian soil, if indeed, you’ve been deceased before). If you would like more information on this subject, or would like to know if you are currently a clone or not, you can go to the Canadian Government Services website to request the paperwork of your last death(s) (it’s a $50.00CDN fee), which will include the serial number(s) of your late clone(s) body/bodies, if you have any.

kendralynora:

therealhamster:

no really i need to know

Technically, yes, you do die in real life. However, DYAD will just replace you with a clone of yourself (just like they would have done the last time(s) that you died on Canadian soil, if indeed, you’ve been deceased before). If you would like more information on this subject, or would like to know if you are currently a clone or not, you can go to the Canadian Government Services website to request the paperwork of your last death(s) (it’s a $50.00CDN fee), which will include the serial number(s) of your late clone(s) body/bodies, if you have any.

yesterdscars
therealhamster:

no really i need to know

Technically, yes, you do die in real life. However, DYAD will just replace you with a clone of yourself (just like they would have done the last time(s) that you died on Canadian soil, if indeed, you’ve been deceased before). If you would like more information on this subject, or would like to know if you are currently a clone or not, you can go to the Canadian Government Services website to request the paperwork of your last death(s) (it’s a $50.00CDN fee), which will include the serial number(s) of your late clone(s) body/bodies, if you have any.

therealhamster:

no really i need to know

Technically, yes, you do die in real life. However, DYAD will just replace you with a clone of yourself (just like they would have done the last time(s) that you died on Canadian soil, if indeed, you’ve been deceased before). If you would like more information on this subject, or would like to know if you are currently a clone or not, you can go to the Canadian Government Services website to request the paperwork of your last death(s) (it’s a $50.00CDN fee), which will include the serial number(s) of your late clone(s) body/bodies, if you have any.