Allison “Drip” Cannella
Rotor and Scorch decided against installing a sprinkler system in their fortress, so instead they hired a small team of firefighting robots, Allison being one of them. Nicknamed Drip by her teammates, Allison loves her job, as it keeps her surprisingly busy. While the group usually has firefighting equipment at hand, she wields her own arm-mounted hose, connected to a water tank on her back. If needed for combat, she could easily substitute said water with some corrosive chemicals or something.

Allison “Drip” Cannella

Rotor and Scorch decided against installing a sprinkler system in their fortress, so instead they hired a small team of firefighting robots, Allison being one of them. Nicknamed Drip by her teammates, Allison loves her job, as it keeps her surprisingly busy. While the group usually has firefighting equipment at hand, she wields her own arm-mounted hose, connected to a water tank on her back. If needed for combat, she could easily substitute said water with some corrosive chemicals or something.

The Dreamweaver
No one knows where this hulking mass of metal came from, or who built it. It doesn’t speak, only communicating to other robots through an incredibly dangerous ability, appropriately named by others as “The Dream.” It wirelessly taps into targets’ processors and floods them with hallucination-like inputs, simulating a dreamy state. Depending on the dream, a bot might be brought to madness, even attacking allies in confusion. Fortunately, this seems to only be a defense mechanism. Despite the huge potential of this ability, The Dreamweaver has not been known to use it for offensive manipulation…
(The wings are purely aesthetic.)

The Dreamweaver

No one knows where this hulking mass of metal came from, or who built it. It doesn’t speak, only communicating to other robots through an incredibly dangerous ability, appropriately named by others as “The Dream.” It wirelessly taps into targets’ processors and floods them with hallucination-like inputs, simulating a dreamy state. Depending on the dream, a bot might be brought to madness, even attacking allies in confusion. Fortunately, this seems to only be a defense mechanism. Despite the huge potential of this ability, The Dreamweaver has not been known to use it for offensive manipulation…

(The wings are purely aesthetic.)