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Appearance: Switch is noticeably short for his kind, though not by a great exaggeration.
And though he stands a head or two shorter than the average Cybertronian, he makes up for it in build, being rather... shall we say cubic. Large, well armoured limbs, all of which contain multiple medical attachments for him to use, stocky torso, and a cubed jaw... along with a rather mustache like design caused by his armour plating.
Switch's colour scheme is the standard medic's colouration. White, red accents, and a medical symbol on his chest.
Weapons, abilities, and equipment: For his main weapon Switch just has the standard Cybertronian blaster convertible arm. For secondary weapons though he has quite a large selection to choose from. Being able to use quite a good majority of his medical attachments, and own understanding of Cybertronian anatomy and physiology to use them to a startlingly effective degree.
Though one that is less so for large scale/personal fighting, than sneak attacks and/or lucky hits.
Bio: Switch is just your standard medic. Jolly, easy going, and always happy to give a smile and comforting word to both his current, and potential patients.
Upon hearing of the Salvation's mission and need of crew he was quick to volunteer himself as one of its medics, and, while less known than
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Appearance: Will unfortunately have to come later. The best I can give is a brief one.
Enigma is quite tall, standing good 3-4 heads above the average, but is also disturbingly lanky. Long limbs, stretched fingers, starved torso, and sharp chin.
Along wigh this are his... medical limbs. A host of thin mechanical limbs, and tentacles all tipped with either three fingered, thin, yet unexpectedly strong pincer hands, or various pieces of viable medical equipment... though many who see his selection would agree that torture tools would be a better description.
Colour wise Enigma is a mixture of black and silvery-grey, from major to minor colour in that order, with glowing purple as his accents.
Weapons, abilities, and equipment: Enigma has a multitude of weaponixable equipment, and knowledge he can use, same as his... 'conuterpart', Switch, but in terms of weapons he has a good number more he can access.
From various blades of differing form, function, and size he can extend from his fingers, wrists, knees, and feet, to being able to advance 'switch's' standard convertible arm blaster to a high power, high focus sniper class variant, or split it across both arms as pair of low power, high fire variants.
Bio: Enigma is a being who can be summed up in one simple word, monster. He cares only for his own life and advancement and is willing to torture anyone, and everyone in his path to gain it.
He holds no empathy, no care, pity, or love. He's obssessive, manipulative, and most certainly insane in some way or other.
Enigma was, while created long before the great war, far from inactive in the activities he took to gain his wants.
And, while all of said activites were foul ones, ones that could only be undertaken by soul tainted with darkness, none amounted to the project he became infamous for. The drone sparks project.
The drone sparks project came about through Enigma's obssession with power. In particular for this case his knowledge, and research into the abilities sparks could give, in particular the... outliers. The tales of sparks that could survive outside of their hosts, sparks that were practically immortal, that could even possess others.
Abilities he wanted, but unfortunately had no knowledge of how they came to be, nor could even be given. At least not without research.
Now while usually such a 'study' as this would be rather improbable, Enigma was far to obssessive in his wants, and eventually he found exactly what he needed.
An unrecorded hotspot. A small one yes, but still a discovery that lead to one of the most infamout projects to date.
The drone sparks project was based around the idea of creating near-mindless, yet still battle adaptable war drones by dissecting sparks in such a way it would allow for the creation of multiple entities from only one. This would allow for a highly sacrificial, yet still battle effective form of troops that would lower war casualities, better prevent information leaks, desertions, and traitors, allow for quicker, more efficient takeovers of enemy fortitudes, and eventually lead to the ability to easily reignite these 'drone' soldiers sparks, allowing these soldiers to have even further use.
Or at least that is what Enigma claimed the project's basis to be to those who joined. And even despite the obvious of its implication, with the rumours of war on the horizon, and the curiosity of the scientists he found, his project was far from lacking in personnel. And those few who learned the truth, well, who would they tell that wouldn't also get themselves executed?
Fortunately the project never claim close to achieveing Enigma's goal, only ever creating two 'successful' subjects, one who escaped nigh instantly upon its 'activation', and the other which slaughtered nearly a full dozen scientists during its time as a subject, and helped slaughter nearly the entirety of the rest during it's own escape, and the destruction and reveal of the project.
Unfortunately this meant little in stopping Enigma, who had escaped long before even a chance of his capture could come about, though this doesn't mean it was quickly discovered just who was the mastermind behind it all, nor does it mean he didn't learn much about sparks.
He learned more than enough to keep himself satisifed for the time. Enough to quite literally 'cut out' the pieces that allowed him to feel fear, even the possibiltiy of empathy and its relations, and later create a false spark covering, a literal new being to hide himself below to escape his infamy.
A covering that allowed himself to both cut out any knowledge of his true self, yet still subconsciously know who he was and easily re-emerge. A perfect cover to ensure that even if one accessed his memories, unless they were a master at their trade, would find no clue as to his hidden self.
A cover he named Switch. A medical worker, just like himself.
Fortunately he so far seems content to keep his cover, though viable chance to gain access to the artifact they seel, something certain to gift him power, or perhaps the emergence of either of the pair of escaped 'projects' of his would most likely be enough to give him reason to break it.