This unique type of military robot was designed to be as flexible and adaptive as possible in a support/defence capacity by utilising the environment around it. It houses a device which deconstructs and absorbs matter into its constituent molecules through its left arm and reforms and extrudes it through its right.
For example; it could absorb a nearby rock and create a simple cover for itself and nearby troops. Even though it can control the density and size of the matter it exudes, it is still limited to the volume it takes in and cannot reduce or increase this. However, with a constant supply of matter at hand the possibilities for the size of its constructs aren’t restricted. It also can only handle the creation of simple shapes and objects and is unable to repair complex constructions.
If forced, this technique can be used for offensive measures to create sharp objects and projectiles or even at close proximity absorb hostiles with abhorrent results. But due to the mechs construction and durability it is not recommended for frontline duties.
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