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Based upon The Constructs. These robotic creatures are new and improved designs built with the principle of helping organic life. By taking the design principles of using nature as a template. The robots are built to serve as they work to support organic life throughout Assembly space.  


  There are two main companies that build these creatures.Natural Tec was the first and most prominent company to produce these creatures. The Palasos Works: is the newest competitor that works to make more collective models. The following models are some of the primary examples. There are many more and their uses are nearly infinite.   Utility Snakes: Made by Palasos, they work in the tiny cracks of civilization. When the infrastructure begins the fail, the Utility Snakes work to fix it before an actual problem begins to manifest. While working as a collective, they will do anything to accomplish their tasks and have been known to attack people who are being destructive.   Mammoth Tec: These huge models work as beast of burned to move terrain and terraform continents. When the people need something build or changed, Mammoth tecs work to accomplish the task. While not always necessary, they tend to assist with agricultural practices.  
Natural Tec Monitors: These birds are built for surveillance and exploration. This type do not work as a collective. They have powerful optical sensors that can analyze people's moods, detect temperature fluctuations, record audio as well as video, and investigation software. They can see all and are very friendly. By taking the The Constructs design, they are made to be friendly and helpful. If you are lost, they can help you find where you are and where to go. Sometimes they are equipped with tools to help fix small damages and act as little repair drones.
  Wolf Workers: The friendly canines, work as personal assistance to people with physical or mental disabilities. With their emotional receptors, they can understand what their owner is feeling and why. As a result, they act on that knowledge on their own to help their owners whenever possible. Some models are used in the service industry as helpers as well.   Palasos Defense Bird: Some colonies they have aggressive wildlife use these defense birds to protect the perimeter of the colony. They act as a pack and will fiercely protect its members, the colonists and it's people. While energy shielding and kinetic and explosive weaponry. No predator can stand against them. They can learn combat tactics on their own to identify the best solution to different opponents.

Basic Information

Genetics and Reproduction

While they do not reproduce in the same sense as organics, they do actively collect raw materials to produce more of their design. When this process is undertaken, we believe a copy is made between the builder along with changes in this code to adapt. Logs have been record showing this learning process between generations.

Ecology and Habitats

When built they are constructed based upon their assigned environment. If they are in a desert environment, they adaptations are made with more cooling systems, and more arid coloring. In the jungle then the ability to deal with moisture, more attuned sensors, and difficult terrain protectors. With each environment comes different adaptations. All of them are custom built in this manner.
Genetic Ancestor(s)
~85 years

Environmental Adaptions:

  Jungle: Attuned sensors, moisture, difficult terrain protectors.   Ocean: Aquatic, moisture remover.   Arctic: Heating systems, difficult terrain protectors.   Desert: Cooling systems, arid coloring.   Plains/Forests Sheath systems, advanced mobility.

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