Second-class Explorer (repurposed to accommodate astromech)
Legged POWER SUPPLY
Two forward-facing photoreceptors, one capable of movement for peripheral vision
Mix of durasteel, plasteel, and duraplast
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
Computer scomp link
Stim canister storage
VicksVisc holographic recorder/projector unit
Its left foot is outfitted with a computer scomp link, and its right foot contains an arc welder to assist in repairing ships and providing other services. It also includes a holographic recorder and projector unit, allowing it to record, send, and display holographic recordings and maps. Its photoreceptor and sensor array include heat and motion detectors.
On the back of its rectangular-shaped head is a solar panel, allowing it to retain a lengthy charge, and when sunlight isn't available, it has a port for charging it directly. Its head also contains a slot on the side for inserting small stim canisters, and an ejection port located on the top for quick and easy access.
Its adjustable photoreceptor is capable of turning on into a high-powered spotlight, allowing it to illuminate broad areas.
As a BD-series unit, it is perfectly legal to buy and own by anyone and everyone. This particular version is one-of-a-kind with aftermarket modifications, and the only one is owned by Yoshiko Ryder.
I wanted a small, personal droid companion to function as an astromech for my starship engineer, Yoshiko. Unhappy with any presently-available astromech droids such as the R2 and BB-series, I decided to take a BD-series unit and apply some modifications to allow it to fulfil this role for her. He's also there to be cute and endearing.