|Octopod mechanic drone|
Source: Construct Handbook, pg(s). 56–57
Octopod mechanic drones, also known as heavy repair drones and nicknamed clocktopuses, are octopus-like repair robots with eight arms all capable of fine manipulation. They can anchor themselves to the ground, allowing them to use all eight arms simultaneously to repair machinery. They can communicate loudly and directly to other robots, and have a natural ability to coordinate robots under their command to operate with maximum efficiency. An octopod mechanic drone is about six feet tall and weighs around 750 pounds, and its tentacles are about ten feet long.
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