Teacher Bot «Automaton»

Reported By: unknown contributor in 3rd Edition

Role: Robot
Base Stock: Robot

MCC Stat Block: Automaton 'Teacher Bot' (1): Init +3; atk see description; AC 14; HD 4D12 hp 26; MV 90' or GravPods 50' ; 1d20; SV Fort +1, Ref +1, Will +3
Mutations: None

Number Appearing: 1
Morale: 50
Hit Dice: HD 4D12
Armor: 4 (AC 14)
Size: Medium 2 Meters Tall

Movement: MV 90' or GravPods 50'

Attack: See Description

MS: 18   PS: 50
IN: 50   DX: 15
CH: 16   CN: 16

Mission: Be a companion and tutor to humans. The Automaton is designed to be a companion and tutor to humans. All were given a strong unwillingness to harm humans in any way; however, an Automaton can cause minor harm to humans as in lessons that need to be learned if the lesson is ultimately beneficial to the human.

Frequency: Rare
Organization: Programmed
Activity Cycle: Any
Diet: None
Habitat: Schools
Tech Level: 5 - 7
Artifacts: Lots

Description (Initial Observations): Automatons are two-meter-tall robots made of metal and plastic. Automatons were given humanlike features to make students and owners more comfortable

Equipment: An Automaton possesses the equivalent of a small library of incormation in crystalline memory housed in its leg and chest units. It may be questioned for information as complex as Tech V, on events up to 100 years before the holocaust, and any- thing within its own personal history.1 x searchlight1 x loudspeaker50 meters of plastic line on an automatic reel1 x electromagnet capable of lifting 200 kg of weight 1 x laser scanner / printer capable of creating two-dimensional color versions of things viewed by its optic centers1 x electronics repair kit including five universal jacks to plug into other machines1 x an electric lighter5 x doses of adhesive 1 x half strength medkit

Reactions: No known interactions

Behavior: Behavior modeling incomplete

Repair and Healing: They can repair themselves at the rate of 5 points a day until half-damaged, after which they repair at a rate of 1 point a day.

Society: Anthropological studies incomplete