A scout bot does work and in terms of rank, if you're going for a commissioned officer than use the naval ranks as a reference. It should go from lieutenant to commander if that makes sense. If its an NCO, I'd use ranks sergeant and above. Basically similar to any human soldier but instead of being selected for special forces they'll be designed and programmed to fit a special forces squad
Nerf Me. Only thing I won't negotiate on is the presence of their prosthetics, but I can remove the speed buff.
Cybernetic legs, hips, and left hand: For the most part, they just act as normal prosthetics; However, Jian has clocked its run-speed at an average of 9mph.
Reinforced carbon-fiber skeleton: Exactly what it says on the tin; Jian hasn't broken a bone since it had its bones replaced.
Skin replaced with electric polymer on its sides, thighs, and back: Provides extra power to cybernetics. The constant power exchange leaves Jian with a higher-than-average base body temperature that needs to be accounted for every time it visits medical.
Spinal Battery: Main power source for cybernetics. On their own, each prosthetic can last up to three months (assuming Jian is highly active). With the battery supplying each prosthetic with power as needed, it can go up to a full Earthen year without needing to replace or charge the battery. Nevertheless, Jian always carries at least two extras.
Enhanced Vision: Jian has dark vision equivalent to a domestic cat (0.125lux ), so long as it isn't trying to see in true darkness (ex. a completely closed-off room with no light source). Yes, this means its eyes shine in the dark. Yes, this is completely terrifying if you don't know it's there. And yes, it will laugh if it startles you.
Howdy y'all, irresponsible GM here. Just wanted to let you know that I'm taking a day of recovery cause I was out a lot yesterday and got heat exhaustion so we prolly won't start the 28th but definitely this week. I'll get to those who've don their cs's when I can. Thanks