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Vulture Drone . . Vulture drones were designed by the Sentai Province Army as riot control personnel and military drones prior to the First Robot War. When Meca One rebelled against the people of the Sentai Province, Vultures fought alongside the SPA footsoldiers. After the war, SPA engineers realized the danger in using robot units with heightened artificial intelligence, as displayed by the Devastator drones in the rebellion. The Vultures were immediately scrapped, and their parts were used in developing light AEGAKS units and Uplink platforms. Backside. I lurv me some greebly goodness. Vultures were armed with a primary heavy machine cannon. They can be easily removed, allowing for numerous possibilities in wrist weapons. All Vultures were equipped with a secondary weapon, generally a handgun. A brief example of the weapons in use and the Vulture's wide range of flexibility. All of the Vulture's receptors were housed within the white dome that acted as a "head." Instead of using eye-like visual sensors like most contemporary frames in the SPA, Vultures housed radar, infrared, and heat sensors underneath the protective dome. Another example of the drone's flexibility. Height comparison with an SPA soldier. Vultures stand around 15 feet tall. It is watching.


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