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   * **Threat** (x2): This is how a machine attacks, by using threat. However there are generally secondary purposes for threat too, as it is the most basic way the machine can influence its environment. Simply put, as a core module this is the machines strength and prowess in humanoid form. Threat splits into two die codes: Strength and Prowess.   * **Threat** (x2): This is how a machine attacks, by using threat. However there are generally secondary purposes for threat too, as it is the most basic way the machine can influence its environment. Simply put, as a core module this is the machines strength and prowess in humanoid form. Threat splits into two die codes: Strength and Prowess.
   * **Mobility**:​ This is how a machine moves, by using mobility. This is usually also assisted by the gyro in transformed modes (not shift types obviously). Mobility splits into two die codes: Speed and Agility.   * **Mobility**:​ This is how a machine moves, by using mobility. This is usually also assisted by the gyro in transformed modes (not shift types obviously). Mobility splits into two die codes: Speed and Agility.
-  * **Response**:​ This is how a machine resists injury and attack, by using response. Response splits into two die codes: Absorb and Deflect. +  * **Response** ​(x2): This is how a machine resists injury and attack, by using response. Response splits into two die codes: Absorb and Deflect. 
-  * **Emitter** ​(x2): This is how a machine projects and emits energy. The exact purpose of each emitter has to be created by its designer and discussed with the group. Each emitter splits into two die codes: force and operation.+  * **Emitter**:​ This is how a machine projects and emits energy. The exact purpose of each emitter has to be created by its designer and discussed with the group. Each emitter splits into two die codes: force and operation.
   * **Intelligence**:​ This is how a machine gains intellect. Each intelligence is a coexisting mind within the machine, not unlike what we would call an AI in computer terms. Each intelligence splits into two die codes: Savvy and Recall.   * **Intelligence**:​ This is how a machine gains intellect. Each intelligence is a coexisting mind within the machine, not unlike what we would call an AI in computer terms. Each intelligence splits into two die codes: Savvy and Recall.
   * **Sensor**: This is how a machine detects and interprets the world around it. The exact range and purpose of each sensor has to be created by its designer and discussed with the group. Each sensor splits into two die codes: Range and Detail. ​   * **Sensor**: This is how a machine detects and interprets the world around it. The exact range and purpose of each sensor has to be created by its designer and discussed with the group. Each sensor splits into two die codes: Range and Detail. ​
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