Basic Cybernetic Leg
|Basic Cybernetic Arm|
|Size||14 liters average|
|Weight||14 kg average|
- It is a replacement for an organic limb.
- The exact size and dimensions of the leg are tailored to match the physical characteristics of the recipient.
A battery powered cybernetic limb constructed from strong lightweight materials that includes a Basic Cybernetic Foot as standard. It closely matches the strength and capabilities of an organic leg.
- A Basic Cybernetic Leg replaces approximately 20% of the body in humans. In other sophonts, a leg may represent a greater or lesser percentage of the body.
- It may have a pseudobio appearance, with synthetic skin, silent operation and species-normal body temperatures.
- Some individuals prefer a colorful or bizarre finish or leave the internal mechanics of the leg exposed.
- It may be multi-jointed, allowing for greater articulation and range of movement.
The Basic Cybernetic Leg directly connects to the individual's nervous system, allowing it to be controlled as though it were a natural limb, and provides sensory feedback such as touch, pressure, texture and temperature.
- The leg provides feedback about its power levels and functionality.
- Exceeding the legs design specifications may cause it to malfunction or in extreme cases cause injury to the individual or tear away from their body.
The Basic Cybernetic Leg is a life-like prosthesis designed to replace an organic limb. It is knitted into the body around the hip (for a full leg replacement) or the knee (for a lower leg replacement). Note that lower leg replacements have less volume and as such are generally cheaper and lighter.
The leg may not be fitted with modifications.
- Armor: the leg may be fitted with armor, either as an integral feature or as external plates.
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References & Contributors (Sources)
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- Mongoose Traveller: Cybernetics Mongoose Publishing 2011, pg 47.
- Fire, Fusion, & Steel, Game Designers Workshop 1994, pgs 84-86.
- Traveller Wiki Editorial Team
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master Scout Emeritus Adie Alegoric Stewart of the IISS
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science