Mekton campaign 2013
An android resembling a 12 year old girl
|Arm blaster skill||5|
|Difficulty understanding human behavior||-5|
|Bound by Asimov’s laws of robotics||-25|
|Considered Property of UNSF||-20|
|No Recovery Stat||-10||Needs to be repaired if damaged|
|Takes no stun||12||Android ability|
|Does Not Bleed||3||Android ability|
|Energy Reserve||1||100END,9 Rec, Must be attached to external power supply to recover charge|
|Arm blaster||2||32||8d6 Energy blast, END Cost x4|
|Omega-Polymer skin||3||Armour KD=9|
|“Hulk” Detection||1||0||Can Determine if a human subject has been modified i.e. hulked by the Tyrahn. No END cost. Must be in touching range of subject|
None usually carried.
Android Class: CyberGen Laboratories CX-03 Mark 2
Serial Number: 00083919-00033
Activation Date: September 4 2160
Digit is part a limited release of CyberGen’s CX series of android.
Although this model was not initially designed to serve in a military capacity, Digit was assigned to the UNSF Albatross to serve as a computer/logistics ’droid.
Digit has so far performed with high efficiency and is considered reliable. Although, like all androids she is considered a “thing” by the majority of humans.
Digit has limited facial expressions, stares blankly into space when not engaged in an activity and rarely blinks.
In spite of this, she does respond when she is shown kindness by members of the crew (a rare occurrence). She does seem to be very keen on “making friends” when the opportunity presents itself. But her limited social skills make this difficult.