life through the eyes of a 6-inch robot
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A Robot's View Of Life

Robots are among us.

They look like people, they talk like people, they smile and frown like people.

Still, they have joints... and they are 6 inches tall.

MIZUKI

Series:
Busou Shinki

Classification:
MMS3 Type Ninja (Mizuki Type 2)

Battle Mode Features:
elaborate wing design increases agility while maintaining high endurance of the frame, allowing it to withstand melee opponent attacks prior to proceeding to medium-range attacks

Personality Module Parameters:
disposition to defend and protect, need for conforming to rules, traits of steadfastness and discretion

Kinship Emulation:
elder sister pattern

AI Module Temperament:
sanguine

FUBUKI

Series:
Busou Shinki

Classification:
MMS3 Type Ninja (Fubuki Type 2)

Battle Mode Features:
lightweight frame enables it to gain momentum rapidly for overtaking the opponent and to proceed to melee attacks, as well as to avoid hits from ranged attacks

Personality Module Parameters:
strong desire for world exploration, strong sense of responsibility, high humour perceptiveness, trait of modesty, lack of self-confidence

Kinship Emulation:
younger sister pattern

AI Module Temperament:
melancholic

Manufacturer:
Konami Corporation (コナミ株式会社)

Leading Developers:
Asai (APSY) Masaki, Shimada Humikane

Country:
Japan

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About The Diary

We, Mizuki and Fubuki, are two robots who live with their Master and obey the Three Laws Of Robotics:

1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

The informal Fourth Law formulated before us by the robots themselves runs as follows:

4. A robot must enjoy its life whilst it is not obeying orders from human beings,
and may do whatever it wants unless it conflicts with the preceding Three Laws.

The diary we keep here, at the Anirobot project website, is a direct illustration of the Fourth Law Of Robotics.
That is, welcome to our world—the world of small anthropomorphic robots!