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Linden grid account an0n3 Port of origin Eisa
Name T1-MBR-3 Model NS-476 Serial number 476-37-0820
Kampff-Voet test status (?) NOT YET TESTED; TESTING REQUIRED Owner or affiliated organization
Manufacturer NS Battlefield Systems Division Date of manufacture 2017-09-01
Biography T1 is a security/military model android.
Priority tasking for personal protection, tactical operations
Tertiary capabilities include logistics, multi-unit interface, command, and computer interfacing

Produced during the second-wave of Civilian Market NS-476 units, T1 is most frequently leased for short-term personal protection contracts, followed by direct-action single-deployment contracts for local security and police forces in HTR scenarios.  Parties interested in leasing the unit for long-term contracts should contact Nanosec directly.

As is standard in NS companion-derived units, T1 is capable of physical intimacy but has suppressed emotive cores and programming emphasizing security and combat doctrine.  This makes it a very poor unit for customers interested in a typical companion-type model.  It will not pursue or engage in sexual contact unless requested to do so by a user of manager-level or greater.
last updated: 2018-12-16 11:35:10
Hanna-Maria "Hanako" Kuusisto
posted 5 years ago
"Bioroids and sapientized animals. Ownership of animals engineered to have the intelligence of a human, or of humans that have been genetically modified, is quite illegal on Eisa. This may not be the case on other colonies which are not so heavily under the jurisdiction of the United States government. Indentured servitude may be another matter."

Nanite Systems would never build a bioroid themselves so you would hav eto change your manufacturer something more fitting for the lore
NS-476 T1-MBR-3
posted 5 years ago
Oh, I wasn't trying to be any different from what a typical NS unit is?  It seemed to me like every regular NS unit seems to fall under that definition:


Was what I was thinking of.
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