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Arakyd Mirage Z3 Probes
Type: Arakyd Mirage Z3 Probe and Scout Droid
Dexterity: 2D
Dodge 8D
Knowledge: 2D
Languages 3D
Mechanical: 3D
Sensors 5D, Communication 5D
Perception: 5D
Hide 7D, Search 7D, Sneak7D, Tracking 8D
Strength: 2D+2
Technical: 2D
Equipped with:
• Repulsorlift Drive (Ground level - 1500 meters)
• Broad-band antenna receiver
• Human Range Optical and Audio Sensors
• Heuristic Processor (Droid can learn by doing)
• Telescopic and Microscopic Optical Sensors
• Sensor Gear, Thermal, Magnetic, IR and sonic imaging
• Audio Discrimination and Extended Range Audio Sensors
• 360 E Holocam, with backups
• 360 E Holo-projector
• Retractable fine manipulator arm Can lift small items ,work switches and knobs
• Scan-absorbing shell (+2D to difficulty when trying to find droid using Passive or Scan; +1D when using Search)
• Holo-projector camouflage project image of surroundings to visually mask it self (+3d opponent search visually)
• Vocabulator speech/sound system
• Durasteel Reenforced Frame (+3D Strength vs Energy and Physical Damage)
• Sensors:
Passive: 250/1D
Scan: 420/2D+1
Search: 1500/4D
Move: 40
Size: .3 meters tall
Cost: 15,000 (new); 6,800 (used)
Description: This probe droid from Arakyd shares many features with their early recording droids, but shows many signs
of its decedents like the infamous Viper Probe Droid. The Mirage is a small droid with a number of optical and auditory
sensors combined with its expensive and complex logic systems, which make it a truly amazing tracker and hunter.


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