Deathlok's bionic system
Designer: Harlan Ryker
Rockwell International, Manned Armor Division, IBM Corp., Federal Systems Div.,
BASF Corp.he CIA.
Surface/Primary Layer: Long chain polymer
with integrated metal-affinity polymer
Secondary Layer: Organic, semi-living
Tertiary Layer: Circulatory systems, blood and lymph.
Immune system inhibitor drug (group) slows normal cell division rate below threshold
of effectiveness, Result--slow, but progressive decay. Requiring periodic organic
Articulation Motivation: Core-less helical motor driven muscle
Enhancement: Electronically augmented analysis/response reflexes - practical
enhancement: 20 times faster than average human reaction time.
Endurance 5 times human level
Note: Computer augmented brain employs
thought process analogs, which allow an analysis/response time on the order of
100,000 times faster than human reflex, but is encumbered by the motor re
Type: Nuclear thermoelectric
Systems Controls: Cybernetic
Type: Computer augmentation of
thought processes is integrated to the point that volition is often the result
of computer heuristic algorithms rather than conscious free will thinking.
Sub-System: Hard-wire computer port for maintenance, reprogramming, and
systems analysis. Consists of light encoded multimode input/output.
Features: Computer-enhanced hunches (statistical interpretation of seemingly
unrelated phenomenon) and patternition.
Seals/Reinforcement: Immune system inhibitor drug group suppresses organic
tissues' natural rejection of organic/synthetic materierface.
Type: Conventional respiration augmented by a waste
filtration system which enhances physical endurance by a factor of 5.
Filtration system requires servicing every 2-3 years of normiration
Offensive: 150-watt/second helium neon
Range: 1/8 inch collimated beam has an in definite range
limited only by atmospheric condition.
Secondary: 9 inch throwing dagger.
Note: Dagger patterned after Marine Corps. combat knife and is magnetically
affixed to tt calf.
Features: Computer enhanced through processes and reflexes plus artificial,
superhuman musculature combine to make a formidable fighting man.
30 years or 3000 miles