Name: HK-415/51 “Cinder”
Rank: Leader of the Hunter Killer Squad
Tier: Middle 2
Background: HK-415/51 Cinder is a heavily modified HK-51 model who once shared his body with the HK unit known as Blaze before HK-01 erased his existence from the memories of all HK units. Once Cinder and the rest of HK Squad learned the truth behind Cinder's memory gaps and Blaze's disappearance he took over leadership of the squad. He eventually began to serve as HK-47's right hand and eventually when the squad reformed into Crusader Defense Cinder yet again took a leadership position as the second in command under HK-47.
Speed: High C Visibility | Low C Combat Speed
Abilities: Beyond Peak Human Strength and Durability. Extreme Mastery in Hunting/Tracking, Shotguns, and Slicing. Mastery in Blaster Rifles, Programmed Hand-to-Hand, Disruptors, and Deception. Highly Proficient in Energy Shields, all other weapon types, Stealth Generators, Explosives, Ground Vehicles, Projectors, Traps, and Throwables. Proficient in Espionage, Mechanical Mind, and Crafting.
Equipment: Droid Assassin Rifle; 3 Smoke Grenades; Stealth Field Generator; Mastery with Wrist mounted micro-missile launchers and railgun; Highly Proficient with Vibroknife and LPA-X Railgun Prototype; Self Destruct System; Integrated Energy Shields; Auto-Repair Systems; EMP Hardened Shell; Beskar Spear
Weaknesses: Being an amalgamation of anger and negative thought has obviously made Cinder a very angry droid. As such, he does not take insults lightly, quick to reach a boiling point. This can be exploited extremely easily by anyone well versed in manipulation, as Cinder loses the pragmatic HK approach that all Hunter Killer droids need to succeed; and thus is extremely prone to mistakes. Despite having a shell that is EMP hardened, he is still prone to hacking by extremely powerful entities, as well as weak to the Mechu Deru ability and other such Force-based techniques. Furthermore, hypothetically, it is likely someone with close knowledge of Cinder and the HKs could technically partially restore Blaze (or at least fragments). It is very hard to completely erase a consciousness, even an electronic one, and hypothetically; an extremely skilled slicer could cause havoc with his systems by at least restoring some of Blaze’s protocols as a subroutine. Finally, Cinder is protective of his squad mates, and this can be exploited to great degrees.