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Lastly, Starlight's voice has been chosen by her creators to be soft, gentle and soothing, and generally ideal for giving off a friendly impression. As such, she typically manages to not be mistrusted or given odd looks by most Humans. She has also been noted to have a knack for humming and even singing sometimes.
 
Lastly, Starlight's voice has been chosen by her creators to be soft, gentle and soothing, and generally ideal for giving off a friendly impression. As such, she typically manages to not be mistrusted or given odd looks by most Humans. She has also been noted to have a knack for humming and even singing sometimes.
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==Present Events==
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Having been brought from Japan for continuation of her tests and advancement on her prototype stage, Starlight has since been assigned to the newly rebuilt Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Michigan, and has been allocated to train combat tactics, flight performance and overall aspects with the local personnel as well as the 99th Aggressor Squadron. Equipped with highly advanced, experimental fighters, the 99th constantly acts as an opposing force to Starlight during practices. Having recently been joined by her sister units, XBF-02 Emerald and XBF-03 Violet, they have since shown drastically improved combat data when working as a team. Recently, the incidents where Starlight has been more regularly active in battle have consisted of the latest apparison of the Nightmare creatures upon Millenium City, and some localized strikes from Doctor Destroyer's mechanical forces.
  
  

Latest revision as of 11:23, 8 June 2019

Starlight
Player: @saiceles#4945
StarlightAvatarNew.png
Starlight's Portrait
Class Focus: Energy Usage - Melee and Ranged
Power Level: 35
Research & Development: Confidential
Personal Data
Real Name: XBF-00 - Experimental Bioandroid Fighter "00"
Known Aliases: Starlight
Species: Bioandroid
Ethnicity: Robot?
Age: 8
Height: 4'5
Weight: 186 Pounds
Eye Color: Black and Blue
Hair Color: White, shoulder-length.
Biographical Data
Nationality: Japanese-American
Occupation: Experimental Military Robot
Place of Birth: Tokyo, Japan
Base of Operations: Millennium City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Known Powers
Energy control, inbuilt weaponry;
Known Abilities
Flight, ranged energy attacks, melee energy attacks;
Equipment
Inbuilt weaponry; External Auxiliary Pods;


Personality

Starlight is a surprisingly "Human" android, when it comes to interactions. She's sociable, talkative, has a decent understanding of people and is even consistently seen making jokes. Her adaptive mental core allows her to observe, learn and adapt with her environment and the people around it. She can be empathic, understanding and friendly to most individuals, so long as they mean no harm to the world or to those around themselves. In combat, she acquires a more analytic, "robot-like" demeanor, as a result of actively switching off some socializing functions. The full extent of Starlight's learning ability is still unknown, but her core is constantly adapting and improving her own way of doing things, optimizing her functionality. Starlight carries a very strong, protective instinct towards Humanity as a whole, and will go to great lengths to ensure that those harming it meet no success. Due to the characteristics of several animals, especially predators, having been implemented in Starlight's learning core, she sometimes gives a somewhat "animal-like" feeling, though the form and shape of that feeling generally varies. This was done in order to implement the hunting and perception methods of those predators upon her A.I.


Appearance and Physical Aspects

Looking unusually organic for an android, Starlight is an experimental bioandroid built with a material named "SmartMetal". An adaptive material, SmartMetal is capable of holding a texture and aspect similar to that of Human flesh, but with the ability to change, adapt and repair itself at impressive rate. As a result, those touching Starlight will find that she is rather soft, though application of enough pressure or strength will cause an increasingly feeling of hardness, displaying that the material that composes her body typically acquires very sturdy characteristics upon taking damage. Additionally, the metal's incredibly conductive and absorbing properties allow it to be powered directly by the bioandroid's core, which functions as the basis for its "inbuilt weaponry". In truth, small modules built all around Starlight's body are responsible for materializing her own internal energy, either in raw or solid states, and then utilizing it as weaponry. Internally, Starlight has a reinforced skeleton, and a few additional organs added for improved function. She is capable of eating food, and processing all of its nutrients to break it into raw energy, adding to her own pool.

Starlight's Concept Art

Unusually compact for a military robot, Starlight's appearance was built and inspired with the purpose of making her appear more friendly and relatable to Humans, which facilitates things for when she's interacting with them. As a result, she is generally regarded as "cute-looking". Her curvy build tends to aid with the aerodynamics of her flight, although one can also see small wings mounted upon her body, serving the function of canards that greatly improve her agility. Beneath her feet, she's observed to have wheels, and although she tends to walk normally with short distances, she's known to skate upon them when moving for a while longer, such as from one corner of a room to another. Her primary thrusters are located under her feet, with the secondary one being her "ears". Releasing energy from her palms also allows them to act as extra thrusters.

As far as scents go, Starlight has an odd absence of those. Her "skin" is largely painted white, with blue and dark gray stripes forming lines and curves along her form. The odd strand of hair sticking out of her main hair mass seems to act as an antenna of sorts, at times. Typically seen following her or being docked with her canards, her External Auxiliary Pods are small drones that provide aid in battle, but can also serve as additional sensors for her outside of it, or even act as extra thrusters for very long or off-world flights.

Lastly, Starlight's voice has been chosen by her creators to be soft, gentle and soothing, and generally ideal for giving off a friendly impression. As such, she typically manages to not be mistrusted or given odd looks by most Humans. She has also been noted to have a knack for humming and even singing sometimes.


Present Events

Having been brought from Japan for continuation of her tests and advancement on her prototype stage, Starlight has since been assigned to the newly rebuilt Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Michigan, and has been allocated to train combat tactics, flight performance and overall aspects with the local personnel as well as the 99th Aggressor Squadron. Equipped with highly advanced, experimental fighters, the 99th constantly acts as an opposing force to Starlight during practices. Having recently been joined by her sister units, XBF-02 Emerald and XBF-03 Violet, they have since shown drastically improved combat data when working as a team. Recently, the incidents where Starlight has been more regularly active in battle have consisted of the latest apparison of the Nightmare creatures upon Millenium City, and some localized strikes from Doctor Destroyer's mechanical forces.


Abilities

Flight- Thanks to her powerful thrusters, Starlight has the ability to perform flight so long as they are active. While her small wings are often mistaken for wings, they are actually canards, small surfaces that can adjust in flight to rapidly maneuver her in the air. As such, not only she can fly at considerable speed, but also maneuver rapidly. Her highest speed is roughly ten thousand kilometers per hour, though only in linear flight (typically utilized to travel around the world, and not practical in combat). She can both accelerate and deaccelerate rapidly using her own body as an air break, or employing her auxiliary pods.

Inbuilt Armament- Rather than have weapons stored within her, Starlight stores energy from her core and sends it towards her weapons modules. Her armament modules receive that energy, becoming active, and when doing so they can either release that raw energy in the form of beams and blasts, or utilize that energy to make construct weapons, such as micro-munitions, bullets, aerial mines and so on. This makes her overall internal arsenal very versatile, and easily changeable. That same energy is also utilized to produce shields and barriers to provide her with some protection against attacks.

External Auxiliary Pods- Acting like fast-moving drones, these Pods typically fly very close to Starlight, and can attach to her canards in order to provide her with extra speed and maneuverability in necessary situations. While they lack the supercharged core of Starlight, they have a reliable amount of energy of their own and can typically serve as remote weapons while in combat. In extreme scenarios, they can overload themselves and strike targets in self-destructive explosions. When lost, those Pods are eventually rebuilt by Starlight's Weapons Module. Recently, she has been upgraded with a pair of Cruiser Drones, which are heavier and more powerful version of the Pod Drones.

Bioandroid Body - Much sturdier than most machines, despite its organic aspect, a Bioandroid's body is built out of SmartMetal. As a result, it provides an incredible performance despite the machine's compact size. Even being under five feet tall, Starlight is easily capable of lifting something as heavy as a car even without utilizing her thrusters. With the aid of thrusters, that strength can increase considerably. This added endurance also makes her a very sturdy machine, and allows her to perform high-G maneuvers constantly without suffering internal damage. She also has several inbuilt sensors, as typical for androids.

Fusion Frame - The Fusion Frame is a rather outstanding innovation in robotic technology. It allows Starlight's cores - and therefore brain processors - to connect directly not only to every part of hers, but also to her remote weapons, allowing them to operate them with far greater precision. This makes it so that weapons such as her Auxiliary Pods can act like additional eyes for her, and greatly increases the response time for her systems, as well as massively increasing her reflexes and allowing her to detect, act and react much faster than most machines. Composed of nerve-like connections built into her body, they act like a neural network for her. However, the most outstanding application comes in the form of the next topic, the Smart Particles.

Smart Particles - An unintended, but almost miraculous side effect of Starlight's unique build came from the reaction caused by Fusion energy when powering SmartMetal. The particles, invisible to the eye and harmless in its purest form, is a highly adaptable form of molecular energy, and present in the entirety of the machine's body, as well in the energy-based attacks, shields and weaponry utilized by her. By combining Starlight's signature readings, and altering the wavelength of her own emissions, it results in the particles being able to "mirror" the nature of others, particularly that of supernatural beings that do not belong to Earth, such as Fae, Angels, Demons and such. This allows the particle-infested attacks to cause genuine harm upon those entities, and allows Starlight's weaponry to even bring permanent destruction upon them. While somewhat experimental and not completely reliable yet, her scientists predict that this is what will be her greatest weapon against such threats.

Supercharged Cores - Made of an unknown material, and surrounded by a thick later of SmartMetal, those twin cores are responsible for most functions as well as providing energy to Starlight. One is located upon her head, and another upon her chest. While both fulfill both functions, only one is necessary for her to operate, with the other typically serving as a backup or secondary power source. Those cores seem to be powered by some manner of fusion reaction.