T3-Series Utility Droid (CL 0)

Small droid (2nd-degree) nonheroic 2
Init +2; Senses Darkvision, Perception +3
Languages Basic (understand), Binary, 2 unassigned

Defenses Ref 12 (flat-footed 11), Fort 9, Will 10
hp 5; Threshold 9
Immune droid traits

Speed 4 squares (wheeled)
Melee electroshock probe +1 (1d8 -1 ion)
Ranged stun ray +1 (3d6 stun)
Fighting Space 1 square; Reach 1 square
Base Atk +1; Grp -3

Abilities Str 8, Dex 12, Con -, Int 14, Wis 11, Cha 7
Feats Skill Focus (Mechanics, Use Computers), Weapon Proficiencies (simple weapons, pistols)
Skills Mechanics +13, Pilot +7, Use Computers +13
Systems wheeled locomotion, magnetic feet, heuristic processor, 5 tool appendages, diagnostics package, internal storage 2 kg, improved sensor package, darkvision, stun ray, astrogation buffer (10 memory units), electroshock probe, fire extinguisher, electric arch-welder, holorecorder, holoprojector
Availability Licensed; Cost 3,500 credits

One of the earliest known predecessors to the astromech Droid, Duwani Mechanical Products' T3-Series Utility Droid is designed to function as a maintenance Droid for a variety of mechanical and electronic systems. Though adept at dealing with computers and machines of all types, T3-Series Utility Droids do not boast Vocabulators, since they are not required to interact with organic denizens of the galaxy. The sophisticated mechanical and computer training software loaded into the T3-Series Utility Droid allows it to function in the capacity of a Chief Engineer, or even a Copilot aboard a Starship, making it a favored purchase of traders and smugglers alike.

The T3-Series Utility Droid boasts a squat body with a disk-shaped head, and a single photoreceptor gleaming brightly on one end. T3-Series Utility Droids come with enough tools and equipment to perform the functions required of it, but some tinkerers have modified their T3 units to better serve their individual needs. One common modification is the addition of a Starfighter Interface Package, allowing the Droid to plug directly into a specialized slot on a Starfighter, granting Starfighter Pilots the same benefit that Transport Pilots have come to expect from the T3. Though this after-market modification is not endorsed by Duwani Mechanical Products, some Starfighter Pilots insist that their ships and Droids receive these modifications on the grounds that they increase pilot survivability.

T3-Series Utility Droids can be played as Droid Heroes.

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