Guardian Robot CR 5
EAC 17; KAC 19
Fort +5; Ref +5; Will +2
Defensive Abilities integrated weapons;
Immunities construct immunities
Weaknesses vulnerable to critical hits, vulnerable to electricity
Speed 30 ft.
Melee slam +12 (1d6+8 B nonlethal; critical knockdown)
Ranged nyfiber net +15 (entangle) or sentry shield projector +15 (shield 1d4) or voltaic anchor pistol +15 (1d6+5 E nonlethal; critical bind) or flash grenade I +15 (explode [5 ft., blinded 1d4 rounds, DC 15]) or smoke grenade +15 (explode [20 ft., smoke cloud 1 minute, DC 15])
Str +3; Dex +5; Con —; Int +1; Wis +2; Cha +1
Skills Acrobatics +11, Intimidate +11, Medicine +11
Feats Bodyguard, In Harm’s Way Languages Common
Other Abilities nanite repair, unliving
Gear nyfiber net, sentry shield projector with 1 highcapacity battery (40 charges), voltaic anchor pistol with 1 high-capacity battery (40 charges), flash grenades I (2), smoke grenades (2), mk 2 serum of healing, mk 1 serums of healing (2), advanced medkit
Nanite Repair (Ex)
A guardian robot’s nanites heal it, restoring a number of Hit Points per hour equal to its CR.
Once per day as a full action, the robot can restore 3d8 Hit Points to itself or any touched construct with the technological subtype.
Organization solitary or detail (1 plus client)
One of the many functions robots can serve is protection, whether for a single person or a large property.
Several robot models have been created for just this purpose. Guardian robots have become something of a status symbol among business leaders and politicians, and a whole range of defense-focused robotic bodyguards of all shapes and sizes are available.
Most guardian robots are crafted to appear as unassuming humanoids of a certain species and usually have a quiet and deferential virtual intelligence. They constantly scan for potential nearby threats and endeavor to stay close to their handlers, engaging opponents from a distance using grenades or weighted nets.
The desire to create autonomous defensive constructs can sometimes lead to unfortunate results, however, especially when time or a natural disaster alters a robot’s programming.
A collection of massive drones known as keeper robots stalk the wild and forgotten areas seeking to destroy intruders, their original directives clearly corrupted into a surprising ferocity. Usually nonhumanoid in appearance, keeper robots are dangerous and implacable opponents. Some stand about 14 feet high on eight legs and weigh several tons.
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