OUT OF CHARACTER INFORMATION
- Intent: To create a light cargo walker that is fast and maneuverable, along with the basis of all walkers from Altiria/Anarris.
- Image Source: (x)
- Canon Link: N/A
- Permissions: Locke and Key Mechanics
- Primary Source: N/A
- Manufacturer: Court of Blades Company
- Affiliation: Court of Blades
- Market Status: Open Market
- Model: N/A
- Modularity: Extreme, can be outfitted with more weaponry by pulling off sections of cargo space. Blasters, a light turbolaser, missile pods, ect. (Generally only possible with new designs, use Open Market)
- Production: Minor
- Classification: Bipedal Walker
- Role: Cargo Hauler/Training Walker
- Size: Large
- Weight: Heavy
- Armaments: Very Low
2x Repeater Blasters
- Defenses: Average
Personal Shield Generator
Missile Deactivation Transmitter
PDS 63 Soteria-class Active Protection System (Front Only)
- Maneuverability Rating: High
- Speed Rating: High
- Propulsion: Bipedal
- Minimum Crew: 1
- Optimal Crew: 1
- Passenger Capacity: 0 (20 if Cargo is Empty)
- Cargo Capacity: High
Repair Parts, Rations, ect.
- Cargo with Power: While boasting a strong cargo capacity and speed, the twin repeating blasters allow it to go through light hostile areas without much issue.
- Extremely Easy to Use: It even has its own training program installed, it is possibly one of the most responsive personal walkers ever made. It does not take long for one to get used to the controls.
- Rather Weak against Armor: Anything taller than infantry is a genuine threat, requiring assistance to take down or require an escort.
- Shoot the Joints!: The joints are easily seen and a few good placed shots will tear through them and disable the armored walkers leg, effectively making it useless in movement.
Genesis is a very appropriate name for what came first in the Altirra/Anarris system. Developed originally as one of the first planetary made bipedal walkers, it became the basis and design for other future models to come. Over two hundred years, it has evolved and developed primarily as the worlds leading cargo transporter when it came to security, most notably for its speed. When it finally came time to update the model, the name was remained the same but with the name Court of Blades slapped onto it and given a much more widespread release. Given the circumstances that came with it, it was not held under tight security like other bipedal walkers they have made and are more open for sale.
One of the other unique and important things noted is how easy the Genesis is to use, most likely due to two centuries of constant use and updates. With Locke and Key Mechanics updates, it became even easier to use with the Neurocrown included. One of the more new quality of life improvements is the loading programs with the Minerva Hud System, allowing the operator of the Genesis to move cargo without ever moving from his cockpit. One of the last key features was how modular the design was, having been used in different scenarios and being changed up from up close combat to artillery, it became a platform all on its own if differed from the original design.