Wheel of Life and Death

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Wheel of Life and Death
Icon Character Lisa.png
Story type
Character Goal
Island of Lost Bots

Wheel of Life and Death is one of the goals in Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. It is the character goal for Lisa.

Part 1

Description[edit source]

Lisa arrives in New New York.


  • Have Lisa Spring a Leak (2h 0m 0s)
  • Have Bender Sleep on the Job (2h 0m 0s)

Rewards[edit source]

  • 48 Nixonbucks 30 XP

Story[edit | edit source]

Lisa Bender, it's me, Lisa! The water-wheel robot from your imagination!

Bender Oh, hey, Lisa. Welcome to New New York. I'm guessing you're going to want to refresh your water supply?

Lisa Yep. Do you have a good safe fresh water source here?

Bender Oh, yeah. It comes from upstate in the Catskills, and runs through a gravity-fed aqueduct to a modern purification facility.

Bender Then it passes through Yonkers and has to be disinfected again.

Lisa Sorry I freaked out there. I do that when I start running out of water.

Bender No problem, baby. In hindsight, I should've offered you the bottled water I keep in my chest compartment.


Bender I can explain! I needed it in case I ran into any hot thirsty tourists I needed to rip off!

Part 2

Description[edit source]

Lisa arrives in New New York.


  • Have Lisa Refill (4h 0m 0s)
  • Have Bender Go for a Spin (2h 0m 0s)

Rewards[edit source]

  • 64 Nixonbucks 40 XP

Story[edit | edit source]

Bender So now that you actually exist, how about a road trip so you can see reality?

Lisa Okay, but I can't go very long without water, so we'll have to make a lot of stops.

Bender No problem. I like to make frequent rest stops myself.

Lisa Um.. Bender, as a robot, why would you need to make rest stops?

Bender I've found that the easiest place to pickpocket people is in a room where they pull down their pants and stop paying attention.

Lisa You know, I like reality, but I wish it had more lagoons. I don't' feel safe unless I know I can quickly refill my water supply.

Bender I don't know about lagoons, but would a swamp work for you? Because I know where there's a huge one. In Washington D.C.! Woo! Am I right?

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