HR99 | Characters
Height: 4 in to 82 ft
Created: October 10th, 2022
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Number 56 was a robot constructed for wrestling in the 1960's as an opponent to the human race. Upon losing his match 56 was left broken and was promptly retired and shut down. Some odd years later after being discarded as dangerous waste he was revived and put into a service of robots for hire. When the 2022 Super V-Cup was announced 56 was hired to be a stand in for another wrestler and is now begrudgingly coming out of retirement to participate.
56 does not like humans but puts on a professional face for his job. Since V-Cup doesn't require such etiquette he will be acting as his normal self and be openly antagonistic towards his opponents. He is a grumpy and somewhat vain machine.
56 has the ability to drill through basically anything (if given enough time). His signature move is a powerful wind up drill punch. He can roll up into a ball and launch himself with his tail. Be careful there's a lot of sharp parts on this one.
[[Disclaimer: I did not create this character to cheese scar/death matches and have no intention of ever using them for such battles. This character was created to add a wild card to the matches they would be in. The massive variety of characters is meant to incentivize opponents to think creatively and encourage unique encounters for every battle.]]
Deep in the rubble of a military scrap yard, a small blue robot was recovered by one very bored child genius. The robot called itself Titan, and was found to have a unique ability to revive previously unsalvageable robots. Unfortunately this power is limited to reviving 99 machines at a time. During the next 14 months the two would salvage and revive 98 other machines with the 99th slot being kept for emergencies.
Titan then became the centerpiece of a robot rental scheme formulated by the child genius, taking the 99th slot. Most of the machines have names but go by their numbers during work hours. There is no limit to how many robots one can rent at a given time. Each robot regardless of skill level or usefulness costs $99 a day to rent. While on the surface they have to follow basic societal rules they can be bought for more dubious purposes. The only thing they are truly unable to do is anything sexual. Seriously. Just don't.
Titan (No.99) can only revive a singular machine once and upon being destroyed a second time the previously revived machine is removed from Titan's registry and the spot is once again vacant for another machine to take. If Titan is destroyed all the other robots will die along with them.
Due to the characters' massive roster I'll posting an index with a brief description of each machine in the forums here: https://entervoid.com/index.php/topic,13643.0.html
For context on the ref sheet
TL=Threat Level a classic Void measurement of danger. https://entervoid.com/index.php/topic,13336.0.html
HHLL=Human hostility level a new calculator for robots to distinguish their usefulness to fleshies
1- Openly Helpful
2 – Friendly
3 – Indifferent
4 – Distrustful
5 – Openly Hostile
Tip: If you're feeling overwhelmed by the choices you can always use a random number generator to pick your opponent(s) at random. It's more fun that way too trust me ;)
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