The C-33 Strikeroid is designed and built on Mars Base 5. The purpose of this cyberoid is to alleviate the problems caused by space bandits in the asteroid belt. Its design is based on the SF-33 Striker now in service. The head of the Strikeroid is SF-33's core, while the shields are the wings of a Striker fighter.
The Strikeroid may seem weak at first, but the primary purpose of it is to strike hard and fast without the enemy knowing what hit them. The two shields can actually blast off as cruise missiles. The two tri-pod feet are magnetic suction cups. They can be detached and used as mines.
It is possible, in the future, that a SF-33 Striker will be able to attach and integrate itself to a C-33 body. Rumor says that a top-secret prototype is already in operation.
Profile Crew: One Purpose: Strike Designer: Robotic Science Manufacturer: United FOX Engine: Engine Dynamics 88NF Nuclear Fusion Type Range: 2400 miles Speed: 140 mph
Punch Actions: 1 Damage: 1d4 SkDP Kick Actions: 1 Damage: 1d8 SkDP Nose Cannon Actions: 1 Damage: 1d10 SkDP Shield Cannon Actions: 2 Damage: 2d10 SkDP Cruise Missile Shield Actions: 3 Damage: 4d6 x 10 kDP; 1d4 kDP for stabbing Tri-pod Magnetic Suction Mine Actions: 1 to detach; 1 more to detonate Damage: 2d6 x 10 kDP
Toughness Arms: 50 kDP each Body: 100 kDP Head: 25 kDP Legs: 75 kDP each Shields: 200 kDP each Random Hit Location (1d20) 1 Head 2-4 Body 5-7 Left Shield 8-10 Right Shield 11-13 Left Leg 14-16 Right Leg 17-18 Left Arm 19-20 right Arm
C-33II Strikeroid II
The C-33II Strikeroid II is basically the C-33 Strikeroid. However, the head is replaced by the core of the Striker II, and the shields are replaced by the blasters. Only a limited number of Strikeroid II are produced.
See the SF-33II Striker II and C-33 Strikeroid section for stats of individual components.