P.A.C. is the advanced tech that resides at the heart of Wolf. It’s a machine that learns, grows, adapts, and can become independent with all that implies: free will. There are five of them in various states of growth by the ending chapter of Wolf. The man that invented them, Robert Scott, designed them as a single unit with each one being a node to the finished product. He has plans for them to be something larger than they are as individuals. But they have to get there first. What Robert didn’t understand when he made them was what the bonding process would do to each node. He forgot something: human beings are insane.

All of them.