Reference Book: Star Wars Saga Edition Clone Wars Campaign Guide

Affiliations: The Galactic Republic, The Galactic Empire


Designed by "Rogue" Droid engineers who left Industrial Automaton to start their own Droid company, Medtech Industries' FX-6 "Medassist" Droid was designed specifically to compete with the 2-1B Medical Droid. The FX-6 came factory-built with a shell of plasteel armor, making it safer to deploy the Droid on battlefields than the more vulnerable 2-1B.

The darker side of the FX-6 is that it is programmed to ignore suffering and save the patient's life by any means necessary. Whereas the 2-1B is capable of installing cybernetics if absolutely necessary, the FX-6 is specifically programmed to perform standard surgery only if cybernetics are not feasible or cost-effective- and it comes equipped with a vast database of cybernetic replacements suitable for any medical need.

FX-6 Medical Assistant Droids can be played as Droid Heroes.

FX-6 Medical Assistant Droid Statistics (CL 1) Edit

Medium 1st-Degree Droid Nonheroic 3

Initiative: +1; Senses: Low-Light Vision, Perception +10

Languages: Basic, Binary, 2 Unassigned

Defense Edit

Reflex Defense: 12 (Flat-Footed: 12), Fortitude Defense: 9, Will Defense: 12

Hit Points: 7, Damage Threshold: 9

Immune: Droid Traits

Offense Edit

Speed: 6 Squares (Tracked)

Melee: Unarmed +1 (1d2-1)

Ranged: By Weapon +2

Base Attack Bonus: +2; Grab: +2

Special Actions: Cybernetic Surgery

Base Stats Edit

Abilities: Strength 8, Dexterity 11, Constitution -, Intelligence 14, Wisdom 15, Charisma 9

Feats: Cybernetic Surgery, Skill Focus (Treat Injury), Skill Training (Knowledge (Technology)), Skill Training (Use Computer), Surgical Expertise

Skills: Knowledge (Life Sciences) +8, Knowledge (Technology) +8, Perception +10, Treat Injury +13, Use Computer +8

Droid Systems: Tracked Locomotion, Heuristic Processor, 6 Instrument Appendages, Improved Sensor Package, Vocabulator

Possessions: Medical Kit, Plasteel Shell (Droid Armor; +2 Reflex)

Availability: Licensed; Cost: 4,300 credits

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