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Linden grid account woolloomooloo Port of origin Earth
Name Woolloomooloo Model DAX/2 Serial number 998-05-5085
Kampff-Voet test status (?) NOT YET TESTED; TESTING REQUIRED Owner or affiliated organization
Manufacturer Nanite Systems Consumer Products Division Date of manufacture 2017-03-30
Reason for immigrating Owner deceased Biography As part of the short-lived Australian-assembled line, "Woolloomooloo" 998-05-5085's history is well-documented, with the exception of the brief chaos that followed the closure of factory, a dark spot in every local unit's past. I'm certain you are familiar with the events, but as I'm required by law to give a full pedigree of this machine, feel free to skip the next paragraph.

Following years of economic depression, New South Wales gave land and tax breaks to Nanite Systems in an effort to boost the nation's production. The fact that all the parts were still manufactured in Germany and the robots were merely assembled locally did not do much to boost the national patriotic spirit, once word got out. The constant criticisms were not aided by the wholly baseless rumors regarding the factory's distance from the FDA and other American authorities enabling them to experiment on human conversion. I have lived in Australia my entire life and worked closely with Nanite Systems since they opened up over here. You cannot believe my frustration at watching these events unfold.

Back to the robot at hand, then. '5085 was located a few months after the incident, apparently serving a group of well-to-do cattle station owners before being found by police investigating an unrelated matter. While far from being the first machine recovered, the relatively small black spot in her documentation makes this a true collector's item. Her only legal owner was a nonagenarian who took her with him to retire on the Mars mining colony. Despite his lust for adventure in his retirement, he obviously didn't use the machine for its intended purpose given his age. Ordinarily I'd say that does fit into the urban legend about these machines seeking owners who let them be, but for how much she  had to take care of him and how close he was to the end of his rope, it's highly unlikely it was a strategic move on '5085's part. Besides, several checkpoints have made certain she's ready to be auctioned off as soon as she gets to Eisa, just as soon as her customs paperwork comes in.
last updated: 2019-01-13 16:12:47
Hanna-Maria "Hanako" Kuusisto
posted 5 years ago ยท last updated 5 years ago
We can't accept you with an "SXD" background. Other than that it seems fine. Just edit your entry and wait for re-evaluation or message me via SL.
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