Health: 90 Karma: 80
Resources: Rm Pop: -5
Robotic Construct: Machinesmith has tranferred his mind into the body of a robot, giving him the following power stunts:
-Body Armor: Rm protection vs. Physical and Energy
-Self-Sustanence: Doesn’t need to eat, sleep or breathe
-Immune to Disease and Toxin: CL1000
-Telescopic Limbs: Two extra attacks per round.
-Infrared Vision: In
-Computer Transmission: Machinesmith can transmit his memory, personality and thinking ability into any specially created cybernetic devices. His true personality is lodged in a computer made of Gd material
Talents: Robotics, Engineering
Name: Samuel “Starr” Saxon
Arrogant, smug, and selfish, Samuel “Starr” Saxon knew his robot-making abilities rivaled even that of Doctor Doom. Hoping to use his genius for personal gain, Saxon offered his robots’ services to various clients in New York’s criminal underworld. One of his robots, however, while on a mission of murder, was defeated by the Daredevil.
Furious, Saxon hoped to gain revenge. He sought out one of Daredevil’s previous foes, Mister Fear, killing him after learning the location of his costume and equipment. Saxon became Mister Fear and battled Daredevil atop a hovercraft of his own design. At the height of the battle, however, Saxon fell hundreds of feet to the ground.
Saxon had prepared for such an eventuality, however. Unseen by Daredevil or the authorities, robots retrieved his dying body and brought him back to his workshop. There, they transferred his brain patterns into a robotic body. Though initially dismayed by his condition, Saxon constructed for himself a more human-looking body and resumed custom-building robots under the name Machinesmith. He specialized in constructing robotic simulacra that looked and acted exactly like their human models. At least two robots have been discovered— the first being a duplicate of Baron Strucker, a robot so lifelike that the SHIELD had it under surveillance for a number of years before they discovered the truth. Another was a duplicate of Magneto, who Machinesmith convinced Mesmero believed was real for several months, dictating many of Mesmero’s plots against the X-Men. Perhaps there have been many more clients and robots that remain undiscovered.