A world at war with itself. The CyberAgency is forced to stand between warring factions, Humans versus Human+. But even within the Agency sympathies for both sides exist. Could the greatest threat to peace be the CyberAgents?
CAU102 is the prototype for a brand new class of CyberAgents. Created in the early 22nd century to act as peacekeepers. Skilled swordsmen and a crack shot with a pistol, they are there to stand between the Human forces of the UGov, and the rebel factions of the Human+ alliance of mutants and cyborgs.
Tin-man is so called because it is the first purely automated CyberAgent. Completely robotic it is a slave to logic, and favours neither humans nor human+... in theory. In practice he is as loyal as his programming allows.
Ok I've broken one of my own commandments and cheated by using a minifig head. I seldom do this and generally speaking consider it cheating, but I wanted something that was different from my previous CyberAgent designs and this was the easiest way to give it a different look.
As is become common for this line of characters/concepts, I'm attempting to start with a new beginning, ignoring all the previous concepts to start again. Also as I've been doing since the very beginning, I made the fiction up as I went along - which is why I'm not sure I like it or intend to do much else with the concept.
The build is intended to incorporate some ideas I was batting around for the racer mech contest, but didn't pan out, it was also an attempt to play with the new joint system I developed for the imp series.