Another profile dump:
Character Type: Villain
Abilities/Equipment: Whirl is frighteningly proficient at using the helicopter blades on his back for flying and manoeuvring in the air. He's also proficient at firearm usage, as well as at fist fighting, and is extremely strong to top. His armour is quite durable, and his internal components aren't very easy to damage. Not that he's by any stretch invincible, he's just a tough nut. He owns two high-power energy pistols that pack quite the punch with each shot.
Appearance: Whirl basically looks like Rotor, but larger, bulkier, yet with a sleeker and more advanced looking armour design. The helicopter blades on his back are a bit larger than Rotor's too, and there are several thrusters on his back he can use to assist with manoeuvring. Like Rotor, his armour is orange and black, albeit with some red glowing lines across his armour, and two bright red glowing eyes.
Bio: Built as an improvement on the Rotor design, Whirl was sent out to hunt down and bring back Rotor to their shared homeworld, dead or alive.
Name: Uerub Kalslann
Character Type: Villain
Abilities/Equipment: Uerub is stronger, more agile and faster than she looks due to her metallic skeleton and artificial flesh, but otherwise has no inherent powers. She mostly uses twin blaster pistols, along with a sniper rifle she uses for long-ranged combat. She also has a vibro-blade dagger she uses for close combat. She also has a jet-pack equipped which allows her to take flight for short spurts.
Appearance: Uerub is a pseudo-organic android with a super-strong metallic skeleton on the inside, and artificial flesh covering it. Inside small body cavities, she has artificial organs that maintain her artificial flesh, as well as the pseudo-organic super-computer she has for a brain. Her face has a mouth and eyes, but no nose or nostrils. Her artificial skin is a pale grey, and her eyes glow yellow. Most of the time she has her black and sand-yellow armour equipped, hiding most of her body. Under the armour sections is dark grey cloth. Her helmet has two slits that extend down the entirety of her helmet from eye level, and have a dark glass-like appearance.
Bio: Uerub is a faction neutral bounty-hunter. She does the job for the money, no questions asked, with little care for who gets hurt or where. That being said, she currently holds no grudges against anyone, and when not on the job, she is quite amiable. Heroes, villains, civilians; she's got no quarrel with any of them unless they've specifically crossed her in the past. How ever, when she is on the job, her demeanour shifts drastically from amiable to cold and professional, and if anyone gets in her way while on the job, they'll be finding themselves wishing they hadn't.
Character Type: Civilian (technically?)
Abilities/Equipment: Has highly powerful technopathy that allows her to pick up on what the state of an object was prior to being damaged, so long as a good majority of it is still intact. She is then able to repair that object to that previous state, but only if she has the materials for it. She is also able to alter those objects if her understanding of them is good enough, but she able to quickly study and figure out most mechanical constructs with enough focus.
She also seems to have a knack for reading people and determining their weaknesses, although this has nothing to do with combat weaknesses.
Appearance: Necrissia is completely hidden by her black ghostly robes. She is taller than most heroes, and her body build is extremely slender. Her face, if she has one, is hidden in complete darkness, and that very darkness seems to radiate from her.
Bio: Rumored to be able to bring back the (mechanical) dead, Necrissia is in fact simply a very skilled technopath. She can how ever revive those that would otherwise be impossible to bring back, and it is rumored that she has even brought a hero back from death at one point. These rumors have lingered in the darker parts of galactic society, and anyone interested in her services will realize that finding her is the easy part.
Bringing someone back from the dead has a cost. This cost can vary from person to person, but Necrissia seems to have a knack for determining what hits the hardest in each case.
She's currently holed up on Eclipse Station. Most people tend to keep away from her hideout, which has lead to a small section of the station getting somewhat abandoned and desolate.