Robotic Silver Shamrock People

Name: Unknown (Multiple specimen)
Category: Robots
Age: Unknown
Origin: Silver Shamrock Novelties Factory
Habitat: Silver Shamrock Novelties Factory
General Description: Loyal and obedient servants of Conal Cochran. Robotic Silver Shamrock People look and act almost human, but don’t be fooled – they are emotionless killing machines with yellow goo for blood.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: Conal Cochran
Sworn Enemies: Dr. Daniel 'Dan' Challis
Special Powers: Sneezing (almost like humans).
Weapons of Choice: Robotic Silver Shamrock People are extremely creative in murder techniques – ripping heads off, pulling skulls apart through eye sockets, drilling through heads, etc.
Weaknesses: Suicidal tendencies. Terrible make-up techniques.
Hobbies: None
Pet Peeves: None
Best Lines: N/A
Total Estimated Power Rating: 4
1 Intellect Points + 3 Base Physical Strength Points
Danger Level: Medium. They are rather average one on one. When in groups, however, they are quite dangerous, for they know no mercy. Note that the body parts of the Robotic Silver Shamrock People are autonomous and are almost as dangerous as the Robotic Silver Shamrock People themselves.
Identification: Usually stand motionlessly when not killing someone.
How to Avoid: Don’t cross Conal Cochran. Robotic Silver Shamrock People follow his orders and have no mind of their own.
Suggested Actions in Case of Encounter: Pleading with Robotic Silver Shamrock People is entirely useless. Try contacting Conal Cochran to convince him of your pro-Irish sentiments. Burn a British flag if necessary. If unsuccessful – fight the dummies, they are really not that tough.
Suggested Killing Techniques: The tissue of the Robotic Silver Shamrock People is soft and their body parts are only loosely connected to one another. If engaged in hand-to-hand combat with one of them you could easily punch a hole in its body or rip its head off.
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Movies and Books Featuring the Character:
- Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

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