Rescue Bot «Disaster Robot»

Reported By: unknown contributor in 4th Edition Gamma World

Role: Robot
Base Stock: Robot

MCC Stat Block: Disaster Robot 'Rescue Bot' (2d6 (7)): Init +3; atk 2 x hands melee +8 (1d4+6) and 2 x tentacles melee +8 (1d10+6); AC 16; HD 4D12 hp 26 each; MV GravPods 63' ; 1d20; SV Fort +2, Ref +1, Will +0
Mutations: None

Number Appearing: 2d6
Morale: 12
Hit Dice: HD 4D12
Armor: 6 (AC 16)
Size: Medium 2 Meters Disk

Movement: MV GravPods 63'

Attack: 2 x hands melee +8 (1d4+6)
2 x Tentacles melee +8 (1d10+6)

MS: 12   PS: 25
IN: 15   DX: 15
CH: 16   CN: 16

Mission: To save human lives and prevent or minimize property damage in the event of a natural disaster, such as fire, flood, earthquake, industrial accident, explosion, plane crash, etc.

Frequency: Common
Organization: Programmed
Activity Cycle: Any
Diet: None
Habitat: Fire Stations
Tech Level: 6 - 7
Artifacts: None

Description (Initial Observations): The top of this oval robot looks like a serving plate. A smooth mass of metal hangs down a full meter below this concave area. Two 2-meter-long retractable tentacles are mounted along the edges. It floats on antigrav pods. It uses a calm, smooth female voice for victims, anda bold, authortative male voice for bystanders.

Equipment: 8x Telescopic Cameras8x IR Cameras4 x Spotlights1 x Lifeforce Detector1 x Communicator1 x Envirolizer1 x Geiger Counter,1 x Medkit Tech Level 51 x Remote Hand4 x Fire Extinguishers4 x Air Fliters4 x oxygen tanks1 x Stun Ray Pistol1 x laser Pistol1 x screamer1 x chainsaw

Reactions: Common ID Cards can only be used to dir3ect a disaster robot to the disaster scene or away from it once its job is done. This ability includes limiting the robot's activities to a particular portion of a disaster, under the assumption that other robits or people are handling the rest. The robot is required to respond to a civil authority card, which can make it stop rendering aid or direct it to a new quadrant. Secity cards are obeyed even if the orders endanger property and human life.

Behavior: Upon arriving at the scene, the robot spends a few rounds questioning observers, if any, while searching for signs of life. It then determines the most effective course of action to save the most lives. Only after all lives are accounted for willit concern itself with preventing property damage. Each person located is placed on the robot's upper surface and weak force field encloses them. Fresh air is pumped in and emergency medical treatment is rendered if necessary. The robot carries each reduced individual to safety and then gives and gets the next one. Medical care is not given once the victim is safe from the disaster scene. The robot will politely, but forcefully, remove looters or other dangerous individuals from the scene, using a stun ray or screamer.

Behavior: Behavior not recorded

Society: Anthropological studies incomplete