Georg by me:
Name: Stuka Georg
Model: Ju-87G-2 ‘Stuka’
Serial Number: JU-87G-2-20-12-41-34
Date of chip activation: 20th December 1941 - his chip got updated on 14th February 1942
- At the beginning: About 6 months
- At the end: About 4 years
- At the beginning: Eastern Front
- At the end: Battle of Berlin (historically inaccurate)
Georg at first may seem like any other Stuka; mean, ruthless and elitist. He is all these things, and more - much more. He carries a new, prototype personality chip, that makes him more human than any other machine man so far. He feels emotions like humans do, he gets attached to people and he hates those he dislikes. To his squadron, he is a friend, a loving, caring freind, and a self-proclaimed leader. He doesn’t as much give commands, as he collects different suggestions and then, with the help of his men, picks the best one. He is a devoted team worker who deeply despises and hates tanks, may they be Soviet, English or even German.
Basic description: Georg’s body is fully metal, only the upper part of his face is covered with synthetic skin. Unlike tanks, planes don’t look all that human, they usually have abnormally large noses and strange face shapes. Some have anatomical mistakes, usually their arms seem a little bit too long. They weren’t created to be with humans.
They have a ‘backpack’, which is actually attached to their back, to store their wings in. The wings stretch out when ever they want them to. Georg has very frowny dark blue eyes and a nose that resembles a beak. He has curly brown hair, which makes him look slightly less intimidating, which is why he usually wears his aviator cap. Planes don’t have ears, and they can open and close their mouth visiably, unlike tanks. Georg wears a red/purple scarf.