Re: Robo Hero
6 colors, which includes metallic.
Metallic silver for the inner blade.
When one looks back upon the Age of Robots, one is drawn to reflect upon one of the last entries in the Eschelon Nine data archives, still yet active in the Flux of Time Museum. The passage follows:
Robo-2814-xG: What do the official annuals say the inscriptions on the sword signify?
Robo-3841-xM: Ah, many have speculated upon the inscription. Many prominent scholars of the digi-plains of Korvel believe it to be the archaic runework of the Invisible Folk, a speechless race that spelled the earth before even the time of Man and his great cities. Others claim it to be the elemental language of Metal, imbibing the blade with a supernatural edge and strength. The latter theory surrounds the intilibots of Skyfell with suspicion, suggesting that they themselves forged the blade, plotting the downfall of our timeless robot civiliation. I, myself, believe the contrary. I believe the blade to be divine, gifted to the wielder, Domo Ari Gato Mr. Roboto, the Savior and Protector of us all, who even now repels the alien hordes. But here I've rambled on again. To address your query, as to what it says... I'm sorry, 3841-xM, but no-one knows. Do you have data? *BeeP*
Robo-2814-xG: 3841-xM, I have cross referenced the inscription with a new finding from the ruins of Xowoot. I am certain it reads something along the lines of, "Flesh or steel, may the vessel that holds this metal always have heart." It is a very efficient language, that of the Invisible Folk.
Robo-3841-xM: I will herald this important data to the Halls of Eschelon Nine. Your service to the core is *BeeP* honorable.
Robo-2814-xG: I currently serve in Sector 2814. Contact if my service is required.