Manufacturer: Industrial Automaton
Product line: R-series
Model: R2 series astromech droid
Class: Astromech droid
Height: 1.09 meters
Gender: Masculine programming
Astrogation 5D, Space Transports 3D, Starfighter Piloting 3D
Search: 4D, Sneak: 5D
Battle Station Repair: 4D, Computer Programming/Repair 6D, Droid Programming/Repair: 5D, Starfighter Repair 5D*
* Astromech droids, if acting in co-pilot capacity, may attempt starship repairs while in flight.
Three wheeled legs (one retractable)
Retractable heavy grasper arm (lifting skill at 2D)
Retractable fine work grasper arm
Extendable 0.3 metre long video sensor (360o rotation)
Small electric arc welder (1D to 5D damage, 0.3 metre range)
Small circular saw (4D damage, 0.3 metre range)
Video display screen
Small (20cm. by 8 cm.) internal "cargo" area
Some additional tools and equipment
Magnetic fault sensor: +1D to Technical Skills for diagnosing system faults.
Heat exhaust: +1D to stealth to avoid being detected by thermal detectors.
Powerbus cable: Can be used to power small devices, similar to a power droid, but less powerful.
Remote Sensor Access: Allows Imperial supervisors to monitor everything the droid sees or hears, recording it and reviewing it, using the droid as a mobile security system.
Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 3
Description: R2-Q5 was an R2 series astromech droid. Made by Industrial Automaton, he served the Galactic Empire aboard the DS-2 Death Star II Mobile Battle Station, performing maintenance and repair as needed. Like many Imperial astromechs, he was fitted with spy devices allowing human overseers to monitor personnel. He single-handedly thwarted a software infiltration of the Death Star II by the rogue assassin droid IG-88B. During the era of the Resistance, R0-GR included R2-Q5 in "droidography."