Galatea Jan 29, 2011 0:29:28 GMT -5
Post by CEO Harvey McCutchins on Jan 29, 2011 0:29:28 GMT -5
Billed From: Miami, Florida
Entrance Theme: "Paparazzi" by Jim Johnston(simply for the fact that I couldn't think of anything
Wrestling Style: Quite athletic, but only minor high-flying.
Favorite Match Type: Weapons match. Her artificial muscles swinging a heavy object can knock someone out with a single hit.
Pic Base: Torrie Wilson
Signatures Moves (Max of 3):
1. Processor (450 degree splash)
2. Tech Slap (Extremely hard Woman Slap to opponent's face, knocking them down)
3. Cyclone (360 degree backflip hurricanrana)
4. Sensor Scramble (Pseudo-Powerbomb turned into a Tombstone Piledriver)
5. Assimilation (One of her opponent's signature moves, within reason)
6. Reasoning (Extreme Twist of Fate)
Finishers (Max of 2):
1. Robotic Crush (Bearhug)
2. Final Countdown (Vertebreaker)
3. Viral Infection (Leaping Fireman's Carry Backbreaker)
Galatea is the latest android to be produced by Kokoro Company Ltd, formerly the anamatronics division of Sanrio, the company responsible for the Hello Kitty stuff we see all around the US in the hands of young girls. After Jack's purchase of Kokoro, he developed a series of androids designed as pro wrestlers, and Galatea is the culmination of that series. Instead of a conventional skeleton, the scientists who designed her went with a thick carbon fiber skeleton made exactly in the shape of the human skeleton. For movement, the team utilized 3rd generation pneumatic muscles that rely an a compressed air system using 2 pumps, which simulate breathing. Add in some gel-filled breast implants on the upper torso, sensors to detect the opponent while in the ring, high-tech camera eyes, and polymer skin, and you have yourself a life-like android. Drawing on its predecessors' successes, Jack hopes that Galatea will be able to do better.
Most High-Tech Android Jan. 2011 (Popular Science Magazine)