M11 Robot Work Squad
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The M11 Work Squad is a collection of 26 Robot Types (A-Series through Z-Series).

Each robot type comes in a variety of colours and each has a designation code (EG: M11-A-001) and a female name. All A-Series names start with the letter A, for example: Abigale, Agetha, Alison, Amy, Angel, Angela, Anita.


Series A - Known as 'Ant-heads', these droids are generally used to serve humans - bar tendering, payment checkouts, and reception work, however they are very capable in many other situations - Including piloting vehicles.

Series B - Designed by Peter Reid, these 'Blip's' can serve as spaceship landing lights and when multiple blips are spaced out in a line with their antenna arms raised they can act as a communication relay - passing messages along the chain. They can also be used to drive mining vehicles.

Series C - Known as 'Collie' droids. These robots act as mobile batteries to provide temporary power.

Series D - 'Dog' droids are basically walking data storage devices. They are mostly used for carrying sensitive information or huge libraries that are not practical to broadcast by other methods.

Series E - 'Eye' droids are used for surveillance and lighting. They use their arms and grips to clamp themselves onto bars or rails.

Series F - 'Fatima' droids are quad-arm multi-tasking droids which can work on 4 separate tasks simultaneously. They are sometimes arranged in grid patterns and used to sort and direct packaging, but they are useful in many environments. These robots are heavy-duty and come with large battery storage, meaning they can continue to function for long periods without needing an external power supply.

Series G - 'George' droids are highly skilled advanced general purpose robots. They have become a status symbol to the rich as they are expensive.

Series H - 'Horrace' droids are roaming devices that can clamp to floors, walls or ceilings. Their only purpose is as explosives.

Series I - 'Intellibots' are highly intellegent problem-solving and strategic planning droids. They are able to perform manual tasks, however they generally will delegate tasks to more basic droids - Mainly Zeebots, however they can also command other robots.

Series J - 'Jasper' droids specialise in the preparation of food and beverages.

Series K - 'Kenneth' droids are used for navigation. They can plot courses and store massive databases of geological and mapping data. They also work as guides, showing people around large sites or complexes.

Series L - 'Labour' droids are heavy duty robots that are normally to be found on production lines in factories. They can be programmed for multiple tasks, but are not good at adaptive/intelligent behavior - they simply follow strict pre-defined programs.

Series M - 'Maid' droids act as personal assistants, performing household tasks such as cooking, and cleaning.

Series N - 'Nanny' droids look after children or disabled people. They can assist in medical procedures, household chores, cooking and cleaning. Unlike the maid droids they have additional abilities such as story-telling and empathy simulation.

Series O - 'Oscar' droids are generally used for electrical wiring and engineering projects. They are capable of intricate operations.

Series P - 'Protector' droids perform medical procedures including highly intricate surgery. They can be re-purposed to perform other tasks, however it is not practical to use them in lesser roles due to their high purchase cost.

Series Q - 'Quartermaster' droids lead construction projects. They are essentially upgraded Series R droids with greater intelligence and leadership skills. They are suited to heavy duty work in dirty or hazardous environments. They can operate in extreme temperature conditions and high radiation level areas.

Series R - 'Robby' robots are tough, heavy duty construction droids. They work in construction teams, coordinated by Q Series droids.

Series S - 'Shield' droids create force-shield perimeters. They come in 3 varieties depending on the type of shielding required - Weapons (Red globe), Radiation (Yellow Globe), Pressurized environments (Green globe) - For example breathable air zones or gas containment areas.

Series T - 'Titan' droids, also nicknamed 'Tall bots' perform security guard duties. They are programmed for hand-to-hand and weapon combat, evacuation and crowd control situations.

Series U - 'Ulysses' droids tend to gardens, plants, hydroponics facilities and fruit and vegetable production. They can be adapted to other uses such as packaging or repair work.

Series V - 'Victor' droids are mobile computer servers. Each droid contains it's own internal network of servers that can be provisioned for various uses as required.

Series W - 'Wheelchair' droids are used to speedily transport small packages around factories, space stations or other facilities (Such as hospitals or warehouses). They can move very quickly, skimming between objects as they assess multiple projectiles or moving objects that surround them. They work very efficiently among other Wheelchair droids, but also among other robots.

Series X - 'Xenon' droids are highly adaptive multi-purpose droids. Whilst George droids are expensive, Xenon droids are state-of-the-art and only affordable to the super-rich, and hence they are rarely seen.

Series Y - 'Yuri' droids are low-level loader robots. They basically lift objects out of containers and repackage them in other containers - They are useful where sets of items need to be grouped together into packs. They are not very intelligent but work very quickly.

Series Z - 'Zeebots' act as assistants to the 'Intellibots' - obeying designated commands. They can be given instructions that are lacking in detail, but are intelligent enough to work out what actions are required to accomplish goals. Zeebots only obey orders from Intelibots (I Series) - they are not answerable to any other person or robot.