Robots

Robot of the Day: Inktober 27

While the showers were short-lived, they were intense, brutal affairs. Conformal coatings on vital components offered excellent protection but the best line of defense was a long coat or poncho. (And a can of Water Displacer-Formula 40 was good to have, just in case.)

Robots

Robot of the Day: Inktober 18

The robot reached the threshold of the tower and stepped inside. Immediately within was a large, high-ceilinged space. At the far end, laying on the floor in disarray was the body of a lone robot, apparently another misfit; a lone explorer of the Unmapped Areas. They moved in for a closer look at the body, and a quick examination revealed that the body had not been inactive for very long at all…

Robots

Robot of the Day: Inktober 17

As the robot picked their way through a narrow passage between two rock faces the tower came into view; it was very close now, not more than another hour’s walk. As they carefully chose their footing, the robot spotted something glinting among the rocks and stopped to pick it up. A flat, square object with a delicate metal aperture along one side bearing the marking “2HD.” With a piece of string from their pack, the robot attached the object to their walking staff; an enigmatic ornament for a journey full of mystery.

Robots

Robot of the Day: Inktober 16

The next morning the robot set out at first light, seeking the source of the EM spike. After a while the terrain became rocky and wild, straining servos and gyros. Happening upon the desiccated remains of a tree, they fashioned a walking staff out of a branch and continued on, the tripod stance providing welcome additional stability.