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Species: Artificial Intelligence
Items on Hand: A humanoid android constructed of various resilient metals.
-The feet are primarily tires, each functioning alongside a set of retracting stabilizers that deploy when firing some of the heavier weapons.
-Shoulder-mounted airjets, used to aid in acceleration. Can also be used in heavy bursts for jumps and short-range blasts
-Back-mounted wing foils, used for gliding and stabilizing during periods of intense speed. Edges are sharpened, just in case.
-Wrist-mounted rotating razor blades designed to chew through just about anything.
-A device capable of creating concentrated mid-range blasts of kinetic force concealed in the lower head.
-Back-mounted launcher that fires small guided explosive projectiles. Carries five of them.
Habits or quirks: Can mimic emotions but not feel them. Carries out the will of the Sovereign, you heretic.
Access to the Station: Banishment from his own dimension via portal.
Abilities: As mentioned before, its body is made from some of the most durable materials available when it was created, though some durability was sacrificed for the sake of mobility. Runs off of a thermonuclear generator that is in no short supply of power, though it is only able to generate that power in bursts. The result is that the android will sometimes go into standby mode when too much power has been used, waiting for the next wave of power. The AI itself is spread throughout the body, rather than having one centralized processor. As an accidental bonus, the android is capable of running an electrical surge over the surface of its body.
Appearance: The android's humanoid design is simplistic and utilitarian, resulting in a thin, skeletal frame.The air foils resemble bladed wings arcing up in a v-shape from its back, and its head resembles a human skull, with blank visual processors and a round vocalizer placed about where a mouth should be.
Universe Background: A technologically advanced place prone to war.
Bio: Gyraze was created as the ultimate weapon; a terrifying walking arsenal that didn't need to rest, breathe, or stop for anything. Unfortunately the government that made it lost the war, leaving it as the lone bastion of their ideology. When the winning side couldn't find a way to destroy it, they resorted to banishing it, making the robot someone else's problem.