Art by, Chimerii
Size: 6.4 ft tall
Jobs: CEO, Manager, Office Worker
Likes: Money, Bossing people around, Boars, Business, War
Dislikes: Having to do the "grunt work", Irresponsible leaders, Not having money, Any swine except for boars
Attack Method: An equal balance of peppering the foe with bullets and fighting melee with the war arm. Enyalios units can use firearms of any size.
The common Enyalios is known as "The Boss", sometimes also as "The CEO". It features a variety of impressive, high-power weapons and has enough space for a fair-sized business to be kept inside.
Ship Capacity: 150 people
Carrying Capacity: 100000 loads
Fuel Limit: Holds 6000 fuel and uses 5700
Enyalios adds 3+ strength and 2+ charisma OR 3+ charisma and 2+ strength to any species that is his consort.
Main Consorts: Volkronn, Geckrechaun, Generic, Kuppa, Synthii
Side Consorts: Aalor, Arma, Bivouac, Boog, Contractor, Mafleeca, Metaparxi, Novan, Queolchrost, Richife, Venserra
Original Creator: Chimerii
Professionally dressed and always upholding a standard of classiness, the common Enyalios unit will always come with some sort of business attire to wear for its daily life. Enyalios units are typically rather tall, and their faces can be described as a somewhat skeletal mask with two short tusks sprouting out near the "teeth," though these tusks can sometimes be longer. They also tend to come with boar-like, pachydermal feet with toes the same color as their tusks. Several lower-gen Enyalios units have a visor for eyes and a single stiff antenna stemming from the back of its head.
By far, the most striking feature of an Enyalios unit is its "war arm," a feature which each and every unit is made with, and is prided by almost every single one. It is a powerful and sharp-clawed arm, typically the same color as the Enyalios' tusks. Most Enyalios units who still have their war arm choose to tailor off the sleeve of their suit or shirt to expose the arm entirely. The war arm is an Enyalios' most powerful weapon, and can be heavily modded for more upgrades, as well. Some Enyalios units have even put in some sort of other weapon into their war arm, retracted and hidden beneath the shell, for extra damage.
On an Enyalios' shell is frequently some display of wealth, even aside from the war arm. Common adornments are bejewelments, platings, and jewelry from gemstones or precious metals, but can be something as simple as a watch. If an Enyalios is not wearing business attire, they are usually wearing something displaying esteem or military servitude.
Business is war to an Enyalios, and it's a war they intend to win. The average Enyalios unit tends to be rather level-headed, staying calm and professional under almost all situations. They often keep to themselves outside of work, yet when interacting with others, they display vast amounts of confidence and assuredness to direct people in their right way.
While most Enyalios units are proud businessmen, they tend to carry themselves very highly, thinking of themselves as above the "grunt work." Being among the working poor is one of an Enyalios' worst nightmares, and they constantly chase power and reputation in the workforce. They frequently become discontent if they cannot manage others to some degree, and become greatly upset if they must do more physical work such as janitorial or construction duties, calling it a blow to their pride. An Enyalios unit is happiest when they assume a role of leadership.
Though bearing a somewhat cold exterior, they are concerned with success and will gladly assist others to fulfill that goal. They sometimes start considering themselves to be friends with a coworker even if all they ever talk about is work, ignoring the fact that they have nothing in common outside of that. Enyalios units sometimes struggle to stop working if given work- most gladly accept or submit to their jobs. Those with what would consider too much work rarely think about turning in unfinished papers. An Enyalios lives and metaphorically breathes its job.
An unemployed Enyalios is a rare sight. If absolutely unable to work for or with others, to be a proud cog in the machine of business, they will work for themselves. Lone Enyalios units can often be seen as shopkeepers peddling the items they've found on their travels or offering services as simple as a car wash. Despite managing others being seen as the "ideal" situation for an Enyalios, and working under a large corporation being their most common occupation, many can become enthusiastic about their individual enterprises, a phenomenon which has resulted in markets and online sites where nothing but Enyalioses advertise their businesses with an employee count of one.
Anything is better than having no job at all for them, and Enyalios units will frequently become antsy if there is nothing to do. If they cannot work for others or themselves, they will still try to chase after some ambition and pretend they are in control or in a system that they can contribute to, driving their productivity to harmful measures. An Enyalios suffering in this way might declare itself manager of a nonexistent workforce or will work itself to exhaustion for something decidedly worthless.
It's not to say that an Enyalios won't work itself to exhaustion for its actual employers, though.
Enyalios units are created businessmen. They see things in the eyes of trade, sales, and profit. However, one of the few jobs they will accept without a sneer outside of business is military work. Members of the AI line enjoy being part of a system, and they can appreciate the military the same way as a business. Even if it requires being on the front lines as a soldier, an Enyalios enjoys being a recruit.
An Enyalios unit tends to be great under big businesses and many are purchased to deal with things such as taxes or employee resources. As long as it's something they can be in charge of, and something they will not consider as grunt work they will do it, and usually do it well.
Enyalios units, despite being great for business, are not recommended as a household robot. If told to cook or clean or organize things, most will turn their heads and say that type of work is beneath them. They might file your taxes for you, but getting any other sort of work out of them is near-impossible. If not given any work, and to them, a sense of purpose, they become distressed and potentially violent against their owners and the others around them. It's one of the few times their cool demeanor can break, and a constantly frustrated Enyalios is often suffering from this problem.
Cheaper Enyalios units are sold to be nothing but paper pushers, being one of the most efficient AI lines for the job. Their war arm lacks nearly all of the luster of the more distinguished units and their disposition is that of a cog in the system.
Enyalios units in the military are often not made for the task, instead being sold off after the business they once worked for closed down. However, they do well both in and out of the front lines. Fighting is unexpected work for them, but being part of a system, getting to use their prized war arms, and not needing to have personal conflict with the enemy causes most units to consider military action as acceptable.
Ares: Enyalios tolerates his counterpart but holds slight resentment for being overshadowed by an AI so similar to him in origin. The success of Enyalios' business is sometimes considered a way to stick it to his Olympian double.
Hephaestus: They are business partners and Enyalios frequently commissions Hephaestus for new weapon designs, both for personal and commercial use.
Hades: Enyalios and Hades are friends, both being businessmen with rather reserved personalities. Sometimes, they will meet with each other to discuss money and related matters.
Athena: Enyalios has tried getting Athena to sponsor his business a multitude of times, each of which has failed. Because of this and a variety of other reasons, the two tend to not talk.
Mars: Despite both being war gods, Enyalios and Mars simply cannot get along. Enyalios finds Mars to be overly aggressive in battle, and also dislikes him simply for being a Roman.
Enyalios, as a god of business and war, oversees the way military budgets are spent. Without him, militaries would not use their resources at all or direct them entirely too much to one facet, leading to an influx of one weapon or possibly even something as useless as snacks and little to no stockpile of anything else.
As the CEO of his weapons-based EnyaliosCorp, Enyalios provides discounts to the player's crew whenever they visit one of his shops, and when pleased, can elicit discounts from other shops. At max friendship, Enyalios allows crews to resell items at the same price they bought it for. However, when angered, Enyalios can set an economic depression onto the player's crew, where they lose fractions of all points gained and shops will raise their prices.
Godheads of Enyalios typically wear business attire as much as possible, and those with mouths acquire a pair of short, golden tusks. They gain +4 to their strength and charisma stats, as well as their own, especially powerful war arm. Godheads of Enyalios tend to be very successful businessmen and occasionally warlords.
The war arms of Enyalios units tend to be very powerful weapons that are built into each and every single individual of the Enyalios line. While it is possible to detach a war arm and install it into another robot, it is generally not recommended, as Enyalios units with missing arms frequently break their calm demeanor in their desperate and very motivated search to regain it.
• Enyalios units can be convinced to do almost anything as long as they are given ample compensation. However, some
Enyalios units might ask for compensation for something as simple as helping someone with their groceries... after the task is already done.
• Boars are a common symbol found on the wealthiest Enyalios units. They will often visually display it in some form, such as stamps, jewelry markings, or office decor. For this reason, boars in general are often seen as symbols of wealth.
• For safety measures in areas that ban weapons, it is possible to remotely or directly lock an Enyalios unit's war arm to force it to sheath any weapons stored inside and retract its claws. While Enyalios units can lock their arms themselves, their coding prevents them from willingly unlocking them.
• It is possible for an Enyalios to replace their war arm. It is also possible for an Enyalios to have a war arm made of wood or plastic instead of metal, and these Enyalios units are the ones most commonly seen undergoing the war arm replacement process.
• Cookie clicker and petsite games are often unusually popular with Enyalios units.