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- "It is by will alone I set my mind in motion." - Psiclone
Version 1.3Psionite continued modifying it so it could adjust to any situation and environment. It wasn't until the year 2001 that Psiclone had a body of its own, with the finished model V1.3. Made entirely of psitanium it had the basic functions of an actual body, it could walk, move arms and hands, flex its limbs, etc. It also didn't need to eat, breath or any other type of physiological human needs. It had a full head and face too, with which Psiclone could see and interact with other people. On its back, it had a parabolic antennae and a laser ray attached to it, with these it could operate satellites from wherever it was and protect itself with the laser.
Being almost entirely a machine, also gave Psiclone the ability to interact with other types of machines, effortlessly. This was limited to human-made technology only.
In this stage of development, Psiclone just needed a specific quantity of psi-serum to operate and never had the need of a refill, unless its body had been damaged and the fluid had been depleted.
This model was succeeded by version 2.0.
Its body was armored with psitanium plating to withstand higher pressures and stronger impacts. Thanks to this Psiclone became a kind of personal guard to Psionite. It was much taller then the previous model, it then had greater durability and didn't need periodic maintenance. In the worst cases, it would need external assistance. Its torso had built-in turbines that took energy from the psi-serum, giving it more efficiency and physical strength.
This model could fly through the use of rockets built to its feet. These were potent enough to almost reach the speed of sound. This way it could reach high altitudes and transport quickly and easily.
This model was succeeded by version 3.5.
This model is currently in continuous development.