SW - Tatooine Droids

The Mos Eisley Estate
START OF DROIDS SECTION
First Degree Droids
Medical droids, Biological Science droids, Physical Science droids, Mathematics droids, Interrogation droids, Torture droids, Slicer droids, and Advanced Assassin droids
2-1B Surgical Droid
2-1B Surgical Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Geentech / Industrial Automaton
Price: 4,300

2-1B surgical droids were advanced medical droids popular across the galaxy to those that could afford them. Typically, a 2-1B droid cost 4,300 credits. The droid model was highly advanced and intelligent with its programming being further advanced by some of the top physicians in the galaxy at the State Medical Academy of Rhinnal, which also integrated heuristic processors. The most useful characteristic of the 2-1B droids was the ease with which owners could update their programming and appendages. A 2-1B droid could easily become specialist in neurosurgery, podiatry, pediatrics, cybernetic limb replacement, and alien biology with a trip to a certified service center. While advanced, 2-1B droids were generally paired with an FX-series medical assistant droid for medical assistance and detailed patient analysis.
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Primary Source(s): Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back; Rebel Alliance Sourcebook, Second Edition; The Essential Guide to Droids; The New Essential Guide to Droids; The Force Unleashed Campaign Guide; Rebellion Era Campaign Guide; Galaxy at War; Scavenger’s Guide to Droids
FX-7 Medical Droid
FX-7 Medical Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Medtech Industries
Price: 3,500

The FX-7 medical assistant droid was a medical droid manufactured by Medtech Industries as part of the FX-series of surgical assistants and nursing droids. Typically, an FX-7 droid cost 3,500 credits. After the FX-7’s manufacturing ended, it was only available as used by the time of the Galactic Civil War.
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Primary Source(s): Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back; Cynabar’s Fantastic Technology: Droids; The Essential Guide to Droids; The New Essential Guide to Droids; Arms & Equipment Guide; Rebellion Era Campaign Guide
GH-7 Medical
GH-7 Medical
Analysis Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Chiewab Amalgamated Pharmaceuticals Company
Price: 4,840

The GH-7 medical analysis unit was a model of medical droid in operation during the final years of the Galactic Republic. It was manufactured by the Chiewab Amalgamated Pharmaceuticals Company in competition with Geentech’s 2-1B, and designed by a group of Columi. The GH-7 was a multi-purpose automaton designed to handle diagnostics and surgical assistance duties. Though reminiscent of a humanoid form, the GH-7 was not modeled on any particular species, instead designed to perform efficiently on a variety of outlying worlds among any number of alien races. The droid had access to a range of medical duties, all the while wirelessly connected to the current medical facility’s main computer. Also, it could serve as an assistant to an organic medic, as it was made so that all of its tools were easily accessible.
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Primary Source(s): The New Essential Guide to Droids; Threats of the Galaxy
MEV-Series Medical Evacuation Droid
MEV-Series Medical Evacuation Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Industrial Automaton
Price: 13,425

The MEV-series medical evacuation droid was a combined medical droid and repulsorlift sled. The MEV was designed to be able to evacuate casualties from a location while also providing medical aid. It could also perform routine surgical procedures if it had access to a hospital or medical bay. It had four telescoping arms that allowed it to load passengers and reach almost anywhere on them to provide treatment. It had a built-in repulsorlift sled that folded up vertically behind. When deployed, it used a low level gravity field that prevented the patient from moving or falling off.
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Primary Source(s): Scavenger’s Guide to Droids
NR-1100 Slicer Droid
NR-1100 Slicer Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Unknown
Price: 16,430

The NR-1100 had a small body, with a weak repulsorlift engine for movement. It had 2 long arms with fingers that could be used as data probes. It had a scomp link port centrally located in the lower body. It had compound scanners along its elongated cranium and was not equipped with a vocabulator. It had a small self-destruct charge to prevent it from falling into enemy hands or to protect the data it had recovered. The droid was also equipped with sound dampeners for covert operations. It cost 16430 credits when new.
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Primary Source(s): The Essential Guide to Droids; Galaxy of Intrigue
SB-20 Security Breach Droid
SB-20 Security
Breach Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Illicit Electronics
Price: 12,000

The SB-20 security breach droid, or SB-20 slicer droid, was a line of droids produced by the underground company called “Illicit Electronics.” SB-20 droids were heavily modified R-series astromech droids, especially R1 and R2 units, to which had been added illegal gear and programming suited to espionage and encryption/decryption, such as CodeRifter Encryption Equipment and SecurityViolator security programming. Due to their outward appearance as a common, legal droid, SB-20s could easily gain access to sensitive computer systems, slice into them with their illegal add-ons, and roll away through security checkpoints unnoticed.
Illicit Electronics marketed the SB-20 quietly to other underground groups at a base price of around twelve thousand credits. Imperial Intelligence also managed to acquire some of these droids for their own purposes; one such droid was instrumental in gathering information before the Imperial attack on a Rebel base on Pkihantri.
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Primary Source(s): Galladinium’s Fantastic Technology
Second Degree Droids
Astromech droids, Exploration droids, Environmental droids, Engineering droids, Maintenance droids, Utility droids, Probe droids, and Pilot droids
AD-Series Weapons Maintenance Droid
AD-Series Weapons Maintenance Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Arakyd Industries
Price: 13,840

The AD-series weapons maintenance droid was Arakyd Industries’ answer to small arms maintenance for large armies.
Arakyd originally marketed the droid to the Empire, saying that the droid could heavily outperform any organic in small arms maintenance. When the Empire called for a test, the AD performed abysmally. According to the final test, the AD only performed 0.0006% more efficient than a trained Imperial weapons technician. Arakyd was shamed. Having assumed that their close ties with the Empire would guarantee a sale, Arakyd had already started full-scale production before the tests even commenced. Stuck with thousands of units priced to sell to the Empire, Arakyd had to change their marketing plan to include mercenary units, local law enforcement agencies and bounty hunters.
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Primary Source(s): Cynabar’s Fantastic Technology: Droids; Galaxy Guide 10: Bounty Hunters; Scavenger’s Guide to Droids
FEG Pilot Droid
FEG Pilot Droid
TBD
Qty: 2
Manufacturer: Cybot Galactica
Price: 4,100

The FEG-series pilot droid was a sophisticated droid from Cybot Galactica, designed to be able to make sharp decisions and mimic the creativity of the living pilots. Known for its ability to devise creative piloting maneuvers, the droid performed extremely well and was even known to have outflown living pilots on test runs. Many owners intentionally did not perform memory wipes on their FEG-series droids, allowing them to develop personalities and even further increase their piloting skill. The FEG-series pilot droid resembled a basic humanoid form with two arms, two legs and a head attached to a central torso. The droid possessed a heuristic processor that allowed it to make instant decisions and perform creative piloting maneuvers. It had a single photoreceptor and arms that ended in grips instead of Human-like hands. The droid was also armed with a blaster pistol and equipped with a vocabulator that allowed it to communicate in Basic or binary languages. Cybot Galactica designed the FEG-series to mimic the creativity of the living pilots, intending them to pilot starships traveling through dangerous space corridors or performing stealthy penetration into hostile territory. As a result, FEG-series droids were more sophisticated than most automated pilot droids available on the market. Typically painted in a bright mix of black, gold, and red colors, the droid cost 4,100 credits.
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Primary Source(s): Legacy Era Campaign Guide
H-1ME Battle Mechanic Droid
H-1ME Battle
Mechanic Droid
TBD
Qty: 100
Manufacturer: Intertran Systems
Price: 10,565

The H-1ME battle mechanic droid was a small repair droid that was designed to work while a ship was in flight. The H-1ME was small, and could fit into the storage space of a standard toolbox. It could also be disassembled to fit into smaller storage spaces. The droid had multiple legs with magnetic feet which allowed it to stick to the hull of the ship it was working on. An H-1ME mechanic droid cost 10,565 credits when new.
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Primary Source(s): Scavenger’s Guide to Droids
HV-7 Loading Droid
HV-7 Loading Droid
TBD
Qty: 30
Manufacturer: Baktoid Industrial Systems
Price: 1,950

The HV-7 loading droid was a small hovering utility droid, that utilized repulsor technology to lift heavy loads, eliminating the need for the huge bulk-loader droids used previously. They could fold up into a disc, which made them take up less space. Popular amongst smugglers, these droids helped Baktoid Industrial Systems to wipe away old history of the Baktoid’s role in the Clone Wars.
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Primary Source(s): Legacy Era Campaign Guide
LE Repair Droid
LE Repair Droid
TBD
Qty: 20
Manufacturer: Cybot Galactica
Price: 12,800

The LE-series repair droid, manufactured by Cybot Galactica, was an amalgamation of qualities from protocol droids and astromech droids. Although LE-series droids were about four times more expensive than simple repair droids such as the WED Treadwell, they were much more universal and easier to communicate with than other models of repair droid. It could not only repair spacecraft and devices, but also modify these and was an ideal walking tool for starship or stardock maintenance. The droid was also able to install the cargo in cargo holds, help with docking operation or pilot swoop bikes, landspeeders, or airspeeders. With the proper programming, it could skillfully control even a medium-sized starship. The protocol abilities allowed LE-series droids to establish contact with spaceport personnel and find the best way to avoid any unnecessary bureaucracy.
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Primary Source(s): Cynabar’s Fantastic Technology: Droids; Platt’s Smugglers Guide; The Essential Guide to Droids; Arms and Equipment Guide; The New Essential Guide to Droids; The Clone Wars Campaign Guide
Third Degree Droids
Protocol droid, Servant droids, Tutor droids, and Child care droids
3D-4X Administrative Droid
3D-4X Administrative Droid
Caretaker
Qty: 1
Manufacturer: Genetech Corporation
Price: 5,500

The 3D-4X administrative droid was created by Genetech Corporation in an effort to compete with their rival Cybot Galactica’s hold on the galactic protocol droid market. Realizing that they could not compete one-on-one with the 3PO-series protocol droid and its AA-1 VerboBrain, Genetech opted to fashion a droid more suited to systems administration rather than diplomacy. The result was the 3D-4X series, which was a highly intelligent droid capable of taking initiative in completing tasks and possessed of a large information database concerning business, administrative and financial procedures. Fluent in over two and half million forms of communication and able to act as a negotiator in preliminary business meetings, the 3D-4X was favored by senior executives and traveling businessbeings throughout the galaxy. Constructed on the factory world of Mechis III, 3D-4X droids were common sights in the galaxy, ranging from the Jedi Temple droid pool on the galactic capital Coruscant during the waning years of the Galactic Republic, to docking bays in Mos Espa on Tatooine and they were even found in the employ of crime lords. Although successful, the reputation of the 3D-4X series was damaged when it emerged that one of their number, 3D-4X, had killed his master, Administrator Hekis Durumm Perdo Kolokk Baldikarr Thun, during the takeover of Mechis III by a quartet of IG-88 assassin droids. Despite 3D-4X’s reprogramming by IG-88A to commit this act, sales of the 3D-4X declined as confidence in the line wavered.
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Primary Source(s): The Essential Guide to Droids; Arms & Equipment Guide
BD-3000 Luxury Droid
BD-3000 Luxury Droid
Gin’s Room
Qty: 4
Manufacturer: LeisureMech Enterprises
Price: 25,000

The BD-3000 luxury droid was a versatile luxury attendant droid built by LeisureMech Enterprises. It was programmed with a basic linguistic database, which made it capable of speaking over a million languages, and a respectable language processor, though its translation capabilities were not up to par with a dedicated protocol droid. Droids of this series were intended to be used in a number of roles, being equipped with over 25 secondary functions, ranging from the technical (repulsorlift pilot) to the mundane (cook and tailor). In addition, BD-3000s were programmed with extensive personality matrices, allowing for a variety of droid personality profiles. Sophisticated vocabulator systems allowed the model to project a large number of sounds and voices, including feminine presets described as “perky” and “sultry.” Onboard expansion slots allowed for user customization, with combat/bodyguard upgrades being common (although not strictly authorized). The droid’s main selling point, however, was not its well-rounded feature set and broad capabilities. Rather, it was the droid’s remarkable aesthetics—its sculpted curvature, gleaming and very well defined torso, and gyro-stabilized gait.
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Primary Source(s): The New Essential Guide to Droids; The Force Unleashed Campaign Guide
C4LR Litigation Droid
C4LR Litigation Droid
TBD
Qty: 12
Manufacturer: Caldrahlsen Mechanicals
Price: 18,000 (includes 4 litigation specialty modules)

Produced by the often unheard of company Caldrahlsen Mechanicals, the C4LR litigation droid was a top-notch litigator and the only non-organic lawyer to be accredited in the Imperial Legal System.
Hardwired to prevent lying, misrepresentation and exaggeration, one could always trust a C4LR to be completely reliable. The droid was programmed with a perfect memory, and was able to record and store all information from a court proceeding, including evidence and testimonies. The C4LR was so trusted that the Imperial Inquisitorium used the droid to decide several high-ranking cases.
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Primary Source(s): Galladinium’s Fantastic Technology; Cynabar’s Fantastic Technology: Droids
FA-5 Valet Droid
FA-5 Valet Droid
TBD
Qty: 12
Manufacturer: SoroSuub
Price: 1,100

The FA-5 valet droid was a model of bipedal droid produced by SoroSuub. It was the successor of the FA-4 pilot droid. Such droids served as valet droids, taking luggage and directing recently arrived beings to waiting SoroSuub airspeeders piloted by FA-4 models. Several served at the docking bays of the Republic Executive Building during the Clone Wars.
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Primary Source(s):The New Essential Guide to Droids; The Clone Wars Campaign Guide
TC 3PO Human-Cyborg Relations Droid
TC 3PO Human-Cyborg Relations Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Cybot Galactica
Price: 5,000

The TC-series protocol droid, also known as the TC 3PO protocol droid, was a protocol droid line produced by Cybot Galactica. TC-series droids closely resembled the 3PO-series protocol droids. Most TC series protocol droids were made to serve aboard space stations. They were usually given a silver or red coat of paint. These droids were variants on the 3PO-series protocol droid, with an improved TranLang III Communicator module. The TC series also somewhat lacked the eccentric behavior the 3PO units were known to develop. Due to his hodgepodge reconstruction, the famous protocol droid C-3PO had more mechanical similarities to the TC-series than to his own model.
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Primary Source(s): The New Essential Guide to Droids; Threats of the Galaxy
Fourth Degree Droids
Security droids, Gladiator droids, Battle droids, and Assassin droids
301-MAX Nightlight Droid
301-MAX Nightlight Droid
TBD
Qty: 300
Manufacturer: Kalibac Industries
Price: 8,000

301-MAX Nightlight was a sophisticated model of security droid produced by Kalibac Industries. They had a market value of 8,000 credits. A small, spherical droid equipped with a combat-enhanced repulsorlift generator, the Nightlight was designed to patrol a specific area and seek out intruders or breaches of security. A number of sensor packages were added to its systems, and a ionization buffer helped protect the 301-MAX from any ion blasters. This ionization buffer was a major breakthrough for droid manufacturers, since it helped eliminate the need for additional plating.
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Primary Source(s): Lords of the Expanse
AB-US3 Training Droid
AB-US3 Training Droid
TBD
Qty: 15
Manufacturer: Unknown
Price: Unknown

AB-US3 was a training droid used by various individuals during the Galactic Civil War. He could take significant damage from an opponent: from a blaster bolt to an attack with a lightsaber. The droid’s damage log kept track of exactly what types of attack were used on him and how much damage had been dealt to it.
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Primary Source(s): Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game – Galactic Hunters (Card: Target Dummy)
Duelist Elite
Duelist Elite
TBD
Qty: 3
Manufacturer: Trang Robotics
Price: 275,000

The Duelist Elite was a droid model built by Trang Robotics. These droids were considered “top-of-the-line” during the Rise of the Empire era. Darths Sidious, Tyranus, and Maul used them in the Works to train for lightsaber combat.
The droids were masters of the three classical fencing styles of foil, épée, and saber. They could be equipped with a variety of melee weapons, including vibroblades; were built with blaster-resistant durasteel chassis; programmed with the knowledge of a dozen martial arts masters; and had reflexes just a hair faster than Human optimum.
Factory-equipped Duelist Elites were equipped with inhibitors that would prevent them from dealing a death blow to a beaten opponent.
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Primary Source(s): The Essential Guide to Droids; Scavenger’s Guide to Droids
Marksman-H Combat Remote Droid
Marksman-H Combat Remote Droid
TBD
Qty: 100
Manufacturer: Industrial Automaton
Price: 350

The Marksman-H combat remote, also referred to as a seeker droid and training remote, was a remote used for military training. Manufactured by Industrial Automaton, it was equipped with non-lethal blasters to prevent injuries to the target. It was sold for 350 credits. The fast-moving and unpredictable remote was commonly used by marksmen to improve reaction time and aiming skills. In order to prevent damage, remotes were usually shot at with light-only blasts. Many smugglers and bounty hunters also used remotes to perfect their quick draw skills. Most famously, Han Solo was known to own and practice with a Marksman-H model training remote.
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Primary Source(s): The Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology; Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook; The New Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology; The Clone Wars Campaign Guide
S-EP1 Security Droid
S-EP1 Security Droid
TBD
Qty: 25
Manufacturer: Ulban Arms
Price: 200,000

S-EP1 security droids were a unique droid model designed by Ulban Arms. They cost over 200,000 credits but were generally considered worth it, as they were top-notch. Their body was resistant to minor explosions. They were smart and skilled in battle tactics, criminal profiles, medical care, and vehicle operation.
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Primary Source(s): The Essential Guide to Droids
Fifth Degree Droids
General labor droids, Labor specialist droids, and Hazardous-service droids
434-FPC Personal Chef Droid
434-FPC Personal
Chef Droid
TBD
Qty: 4
Manufacturer: Cybot Galactica
Price: 4,000

The 434-FPC was a culinary droid manufactured by one of the galaxy’s most prominent droid manufacturing companies, Cybot Galactica. It was designed with a database capable of holding up to a total of 17,000 recipes and a complete food-sampler sensing package for precise adjustments of spices and other flavors.
The 434 was marketed to affluent citizens who desired an array of exotic meals.
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Primary Source(s): Galladinium’s Fantastic Technology
GNK Power Droid
GNK Power Droid
TBD
Qty: 30
Manufacturer: Industrial Automaton
Price: 100

GNK power droids were effectively power generators with legs and a very simple artificial intelligence so they could understand rudimentary commands. They were commonly found on under-developed worlds that did not have an expansive power grid, or in mobile military operations. They often made a low honking noise that sounded like the word “gonk,” resulting in the nickname gonk droid or simply gonk. This form of droidspeak was referred to as “Gonkian.”
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Primary Source(s): The New Essential Guide to Droids
MN-2E General Maintenance Droid
MN-2E General Maintenance Droid
TBD
Qty: 20
Manufacturer: Industrial Automaton
Price: 800

The MN-2E general maintenance droid was created to clean ceilings high above the reach of most. They were about 1 meter tall and had four arms, as well a repulsorlift engine. They were used in extravagant buildings such as the great Imperial Palace, where they polished windows and trimmed tree branches. They were used in most Imperial installations, including Mount Tantiss and the first Death Star; they were also used by civilians. They performed detailed, delicate, and precision repair work with their sensitive manipulators and magnifying visual scanners. They were equipped with low-power cutting and welding lasers.
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Primary Source(s): Death Star Technical Companion; The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook; The Essential Guide to Droids
R-8009 Utility Droid
R-8009 Utility Droid
TBD
Qty: 20
Manufacturer: Serv-O-Droid
Price: 800

The R-8009 utility droid was a utility droid manufactured by Serv-O-Droid, and used during the Old Republic era for a number of functions such as basic maintenance and cleaning. Unlike other utility droids of that era, the R-8009 had the skills and hardware to directly interface with other droids and computers, which allowed the owner to program the droid to return to a designated computer terminal and receive new instructions without the need for another droid to constantly update the R-8009’s programming. Cheap, relatively skilled, and capable of operating quietly, subtly, and unobtrusively around living beings, the R-8009 could be found everywhere from the Deep Core to the Outer Rim.
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Primary Source(s): The Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide
Ran-D Housekeeper Droid
Ran-D Housekeeper Droid
TBD
Qty: 20
Manufacturer: Unknown
Price: Unknown

Ran-D housekeeper droids were hovering droids that maintained living spaces. A few were visible floating in Mama’s house on Nal Hutta and some could be seen working in a cantina around 21 BBY during the events of the Clone Wars.
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Primary Source(s): Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV series)
S9-Series Heavy Power Droid
S9-Series Heavy
Power Droid
TBD
Qty: 5
Manufacturer: Veril Line Systems
Price: 4,000

The S9-series heavy power droid was a 6.5-meter tall model from Veril Line Systems. It had a reinforced chassis, photoreceptors, a binary vocabulator, an internal heavy generator, heavy treaded wheels, and a six-meter extendable power transfer cable. In overall appearance, it somewhat resembled a bulkier version of a WED Treadwell repair droid. It was sold as an advanced replacement to the EG-6 power droid, which did not sell well. While the EG-6 could easily recharge a landspeeder, the S9 could recharge a starfighter. The model could handle rough terrain, making it popular with Rebel cells such as on Qat Chrystac, where several of the droids were modified to harass radtroopers.
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Primary Source(s): Cynabar’s Fantastic Technology: Droids; The New Essential Guide to Droids

SW - Tatooine Droids

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