Personal Servant Bots «Autobot, Legged»

Reported By: unknown contributor in 3rd Edition

Role: Robot
Base Stock: Robot

MCC Stat Block: Autobot, Legged 'Personal Servant Bots' (1d6 (3)): Init +4; atk see description; AC 12; HD 2D12 hp 13 each; MV 90' ; 1d20; SV Fort +0, Ref +3, Will -1
Mutations: None

Number Appearing: 1d6
Morale: 15
Hit Dice: HD 2D12
Armor: 2 (AC 12)
Size: Medium 1 Meter

Movement: MV 90'

Attack: See Description

MS: 6   PS: 25
IN: 15   DX: 18
CH: 16   CN: 16

Mission: To see to the every whim of its owner, from valet duties to actual hard labo, the autobot was a popular but fragile companion for the pre-holocaust humans.

Frequency: Very Rare
Organization: Programmed
Activity Cycle: Any
Diet: None
Habitat: Home
Tech Level: 3 - 7
Artifacts: Lots of "Junk"

Description (Initial Observations): Autobots are 1 meter tall personal servant robots. They body is constructed of a plastic shell with hydraulic muscles and solid state circuitry. they may either possess three legs or three wheeled struts which are used for locomotion and balance.

Equipment: Plugin tools pertinent to programmed tasks such as vacuum hoses, flame throwers, drills, water and wax jets, buffers, vibrosaws. infant changing stations, etc...

Reactions: Due to their fragile nature, few Autobots survived the holocaust, and those that did have exhausted their batteries (unless they have been replaced since then). In spite of their rarity, the Autobot in its deactivated and powerless state is the most commonly revered ancient artifact in the temples of the Archivist cryptic alliance

Behavior: Autobots will have plug-in power tools pertinent to their programmed task attached to compartments in their midsection. these tools can be attached to and powered by the two robotic arm jacks. Such tools include vacuum hoses, flame throwers, drills, water and wax jets, buffers, vibrosaw, and so forth. Few Autobots have survived the holocaust, and most need new batteries.

Behavior: Behavior not recorded

Society: Anthropological studies incomplete