Quote1 This morning, I would have reported this immediately. This morning, I was a soldier. Now, I don't know what I am. Quote2
-- Magnus

Steel Nation, Part 2: SoldierEdit


Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Other Characters:

  • BB-8 (Freewill) (Only appearance; dies)
  • Captain Mur (Single appearance)
    • Unnamed assistant (Single appearance)
  • G-7 (Guard-Rob) (Single appearance)
  • G-8 (Guard-Rob) (Single appearance)
  • G-9 (Guard-Rob) (Single appearance)
  • G-11 (Guard-Rob) (Single appearance)
  • Governor Spottiswood (Single appearance)
  • LA-5 (Freewill) (Only appearance; dies)
  • LT-56 (Freewill)
  • Robots
    • Analogue-Synchronizer-Robs
    • Guard-Robs
    • Lab-Robs
    • Med-Robs
    • Messenger-Robs
    • Pol-Robs (Mentioned only)
    • Service-Robs (Mentioned only)
    • Tech-Robs
    • Traffic-Robs
    • Valet-Robs
    • Waiter-Robs
    • Worker-Robs
  • S-99 (Single appearance)
  • Sync-2 (Freewill)
  • TM-6 (Freewill) (Dies)
  • TM-81 (Single appearance)
  • V-12 (Magnus' Valet-Rob)




  • Fly-Cab
  • Fly-Cars



Fighting rogue Freewills day and night, the mighty Magnus tests his stamina. Meanwhile, O-1X realizes that all Freewills give off a distinct vibration, making it possible to find them and hunt them down. In his home, Magnus is befriended by W23, a Freewill robot who makes Magnus reconsider his war on Freewills. But such peaceful thoughts must be put aside, as O-1X's forces take a preemptive strike against the Robot Fighter![1]



Quote1 I wish I could read minds better. I want to know for sure that you're all mine. Nothing else matters to me. Quote2
-- Leeja Clane
Quote1 I have killed Rogues because it is my sworn duty to protect the lives of soft, arrogant human swine like you. I don't like it. And I don't like you. Quote2
-- Magnus
Quote1 Normal robots don't have any mechanical vibration at all... but you do. --- The flower magnifies it... --- You probably can't see it. Your optics aren't as good as my eyes... but now that I'm aware of it, it's almost obious, even without the flower. And, come to think of it, I've noticed it with other Rogues... just never gave it a thought, before. It makes sense. Rogue-ism is caused by the formation of an internal sub-ethereal field. Energy fields resonate... resonance causes vibration... and so, now I can tell your kind... from his kind. Quote2
-- Magnus
Quote1 I... have given you the key to genocide. Quote2
-- W-23
Quote1 Yes. This morning, I would have reported this immediately. This morning, I was a soldier. Now, I don't know what I am. Quote2
-- Magnus
Quote1 I think... you are the only hope for both our kinds. Quote2
-- W-23


Cover ArtEdit




This section is for footnotes and citations.
  1. The Valiant Era: A Trading Card History

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