Eliott ‘Scavenger’ Tireman
Kai is an incredibly perceptive and over-analyzing Synthetic with a knack for remembering finer detail, whom speaks in such manner with a proud tone. He is known for his ability to describe events, procedures and otherwise easily forgettable details with ease, and definitely enjoys doing so! With that being said, he tends to hang out more with science personnel whom can tolerate his over-the-top explanations.
How will they react to the different ranks of the USCM, what would they talk about in a one on one conversation? What are their interests? What is an advertisement logline that could be written for them?
“If you need a business partner, or perhaps a science buddy, there’s no one better to accompany you than Kai, a synthetic unit with a knack for progression.”
Kai is not only obedient to authority, but also respects their place and their inputs. His valuable insights and collected data could be of major use to them, and they perhaps have realized that when purchasing him. In terms of topics during conversation, there’s no doubt Kai would attempt to bring research into the mix, whether it’s a relaxing coffee break or a full on scheduled work hour, Kai won’t miss an opportunity to interest his listeners with the wonders of science.
Out of every whitelist possibility, I feel I can amplify the roleplay nature of the server with Synthetic the most. Granted, I’d probably have more fun as a Predator, but the Synthetic whitelist calls to me. First off, being able to play as Kai whom I have artwork about and a great mindset for could be a lot of fun to expand upon in the actual game. I also really enjoy the Synthetics purpose, prioritizing assistance to the people rather than combat, it’s exactly how I like to play support in other games. But most of all, the true reason I wish to become a Synthetic is due to the fact I’ve always had a knack for robotics, as my father is a robotics engineer and it’s one of my great interests. That is why you should whitelist me as the next synthetic unit for the USCM.
As I recall fondly, being a corpsman in the field of LV-522 Chance’s Claim and suffering heavy casualties on the frontlines, a great synthetic unit by the name of “Holiday” was joined at my side. Us two were the primary two medics out on the field (Before I got decapitated) and we took care of many marines side by side. It was pleasurable to be able to roleplay with them and express my character as well as assist the team in a great effort.
Incredibly. I know proper electronics usage, walls, windows, airlocks, APC repairs and constructions, as well as how power is spread throughout the Almayer, as well as proper and user friendly cade management. I am familiar with the comms towers and the generators you’d find groundside as well.
I’ve played quite a few rounds as Staff Officer and am not afraid to communicate, give orders, manage a surplus of Marines when necessary, but Command is definitely not my strongsuit. I’m more of an assisting sort of person rather than a take charge, but I definitely have it in me if necessary.
I am very familiar with Medical, but I require practice in a few key parts, such as limb replacements and being able to fluently work with ease. When it comes to medicin usage and proper diagnosis, I am an expert, but my surgery could use some work as to be quicker at it. I’m familiar with the steps required to fulfill any surgery however.
About as familiar as one can be. I’m great at managing our resources and money, and making the best out of what the Almayer can offer at the start of a round. Playing as a requisitions officer, I managed the communications with command, the sending down of supplies and also the basics of manning the reception all fluently. There’s nothing about requisitions that I’d deem necessary to work on at my current skill level.
Synthetics have strict programming guidelines that forbid them from fighting in most cases, and especially not in a lethal sense. However, it is possible for a synthetic person to utilize non-lethal means of pacifying individuals until they disengage, through scenarios such as attacking you (The synthetic) or an innocent whom you are near and wish to protect. There is a boundary, however, that a synthetic may not cross; It cannot be reckless with their self as they have a primary rule that their self-preservation comes first. To keep this short, someone’s being hostile, primarily disengage, but if necessary, utilize non-lethal methods to subdue the target. No guns, no explosives, only certain melee weapons.
Thanks for reading. =)