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R0B0T 2.0

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Robot 2.0...

Created by the evil Dietrich organization to eliminate a assorted groups of what the company calls "O.C.'s" (Original Characters)

Robot 1.0 proved to be very effective. However, due to an emotion emulating program, Robot 1.0 eventually betrayed Dietrich.

Eventually Robot 1.0 was hunted down and destroyed. Dietrich decided it's combat data was invaluable and uploaded the memories of Robot 1.0 into the mass produced 2.0's.

An unforeseen event was Robot 2.0's recalling Robot 1.0's emotions during events but unable to emulate the feelings while recreating the events. Robot 2.0's eventually went rogue and destroyed everything in sight, including themselves.

The main enemies of Dietrich and his robots was "Mel"

(Picture probably will go through more work later)

I should mention that the original design of this "Robot" was created based upon a fellow artist in a OC contest on deviantArt. While this design, story, etc. is completely original, I shall give credit to Niichts (http://niichts.deviantar t. com/)

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Uploaded
Jun 30, 2010
10:40 PM EDT
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449 x 598 px
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