Ditto 213

Imagined AI depiction of Ditto 213 from "Kiln People (alt: Kil’n People)" by David Brin, encapsulating the essence of this iconic archetype of Ally in the narrative.
No Year(s) tags for this post.
Ditto 213 is one of the clay copies created by Albert Morris to assist him in the investigation. Despite existing for only a day, Ditto 213 possesses a distinct personality and unwavering loyalty to Morris. With a keen sense of observation and adaptability, Ditto 213 proves to be an invaluable ally to Morris as they navigate through the city and face perilous situations together.


[“I may be temporary, but my choices and actions are as real as anyone else’s.”,”In my short lifespan, I aim to make a lasting impact.”,”True existence is not defined by longevity, but by the impact one leaves behind.”]


Resembles a younger version of Albert Morris, with tidy brown hair, friendly hazel eyes, and a determined expression.




Quick learner, adaptable, and able to mimic Albert Morris’s mannerisms and behaviors effectively.




Ditto (Clay Copy)




Not enough time to sit and read? Try Audible. It’s cheap and easy!

By using the out Amazon Affiliate links, you’re supporting our site and helping us continue to bring you valuable content. It doesn’t cost you anything extra, but it means the world to us. Thank you for your support!

Never miss any important news. Subscribe to our newsletter.

We're a small team passionate about bringing you the best of science fiction and fantasy. If you like what we do and want to help keep the adventure going, consider buying us a coffee. Every bit of support means the world to us. Thank you for being part of our journey.