Stars Edge Redux
This transgenic combat bioroid resembles a lithe, anthropomorphic cat-person. These transgenic human upgrades feature genetics tailored for endurance, strength, and re exes, as well as behavioral modi cations for aggressiveness and cunning. To offset tendencies for unruliness and macho behavior patterns, furies feature gene sequences promoting pack mentalities and cooperation, and they tend to be biologically female.
Created by Biotech Euphrates for the eccentric leader of Brunei, and three time Kyoto Cup winners, their successful thwarting of a coup attempt by the leaders’ less eccentric sister resulted in other armed forces ordering them.
Today, many Felicias serve in military and security units (primarily in counterterrorist forces), or as bodyguards and bodyguard-courtesans. The Felicia has one unintended glitch: after an emergency-overdrive response, glandular imbalances sometimes result in mood swings and heightened appetites. This example is the last preban model, the AS-3J (later licensed as the C-33 Lynx).
Secondary Characteristic Modifiers
Basic Speed+1.00 (Costs 1 FP per second, -10%; Temporary Disadvantage (Gluttony (9), Impulsiveness (12), Lecherousness (9), see note), -39%) 11.
Bioroid Body [-4]; Extra Sleep 1 [-2]; Overconfidence (12) [-5].
Transgenic features (human-feline facial features, with human hair and a cat’s fur, claws, and tail).
157 CP. $220k.
The “postban” version. Most work as aerospace pilots, athletes, aerobics instructors, dancers, personal pilots, chauffeurs, etc.
Delete the limited extra ST and Basic Speed.
125 CP. $188k.
The Fury is a more human and less cat-like variant, though the difference is basically cosmetic.
Delete transgenic features, Claws, Teeth, and Fur.
149 CP. $205k.