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* [[File:DrinkingGlass.png]] [[Foods and Drinks#Drinking Glass|Drinking glass]]  
* [[File:DrinkingGlass.png]] [[Foods and Drinks#Drinking Glass|Drinking glass]]  
* Probability disc - In other words, a coin.
* Probability disc - In other words, a coin.
* [[File:Die.png]] [[General Objects#Dice|Probability cube]]
* [[File:D6New.png]] [[General Objects#Dice|Probability cube]] - who knows what side this unpredictable object will land on?
* [[File:StickerBox.png]] [[General Objects#Sticker Box|Box-shaped sticker dispenser]] - Infinite stickers, on a cooldown. Reward good, law-abiding crew members or mark those who are not.
* [[File:StickerBox.png]] [[General Objects#Sticker Box|Box-shaped sticker dispenser]] - Infinite stickers, on a cooldown. Reward good, law-abiding crew members or mark those who are not.
* [[File:ForensicScanner2.png]] [[Security Objects#Securiton 9000|Securotron-5000]] - For changing the arrest status of crew members, particularly when processing arrested and released criminals.
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'''Starting Upgrade:''' [[#Self-Repair Upgrade|Self-Repair Module]]
'''Starting Upgrade:''' [[#Self-Repair Upgrade|Self-Repair Module]]
'''Department Radio Channel:''' Security 135.9 :g  
'''Department Radio Channel:''' Security 135.9 :g
===Discontinued Modules===
===Discontinued Modules===

Latest revision as of 16:41, 26 March 2020

JobhosBeretLarge.png Warning!
Do not harm anyone unless your laws allow it.
Even if you are under attack by a traitor, you can't fight back directly.
Cyborgs are robots usually constructed in robotics by the roboticists and typically equipped with human brains. They can also use an interface board instead, allowing the AI to assume control of the cyborg body. Cyborgs are more durable and sturdy than humans and have captain-level access, but there is a big limitation in return. Cyborgs have no hands and therefore cannot pick things up. They have to rely on built-in tools to do stuff instead.

They also have access to robotic communications along with the AI, effectively giving them their own private radio channel. To use it, type:

  • say :s [your message]

Cyborgs are considered the AI's assistants and share its laws. If an AI is corrupted or subverted, the cyborgs will follow suit, unless they are emagged.


  • Immune to toxins, suffocation damage and extreme temperatures.
  • Immune to most maladies (diseases, radiation, etc).
  • Can survive in space and navigate it if equipped with a propulsion upgrade or a fire extinguisher.
  • Resistant (but not immune) to stuns in general. Flashes and stun batons are still very effective against cyborgs.
  • Anyone dumb enough to punch a cyborg suffers mild BRUTE damage. The cyborg, of course, is not hurt. Hulks and shamblers have better luck.
  • Lighter built models can sometimes dodge melee attacks. This is a remnant of the old pre-stamina combat system that relied heavily on pure chance.
  • Has a set of items, which cannot be removed or lost.
  • Access to the mostly-private robotic channel.
  • Can interact with computers from afar.
  • Can pull anything without being slowed down, including corpses, downed humans, and a crate/locker/container of player mobs not on Help intent. Nuclear bombs are the one exception.
  • Can call the Escape Shuttle without having to insert the appropriate ID card.


  • Unable to pick up, use, equip or interact with external items. The exception are most computers, robots and other machines, as long as they are powered.
  • Limited by the charge of their power cell, which is displayed in the status panel.
  • Must follow the laws of the AI.
  • Can be forcibly self-destructed by using the robotics computer unless protected.
  • Takes damage from taser shots and similar energy particles.

Cyborg Interface

An overview of the user interface as a cyborg.

Click on the module panel to select a starter module, if yours starts out empty and just shows a command prompt. Once you've picked one, use the module panel icon to access your equipment. Pick the tool you need, then click the frame of the corresponding item slot to select it, just like a hand. You can free that slot for other equipment by using the store highlighted item button. All things in an active slot consume battery charge constantly, so needlessly leaving things equipped will mandate more frequent recharging. Also keep an eye on your health indicator.

There are other buttons and icons on your main interface:

  • Atmosphere and temperature - Of no importance to cyborgs, but this information can be essential for ensuring the safety of humans.
  • Radio panel - Change the frequency of your radio or mute the mic.
  • Intent and targeting - Determines which part of the body you want to target when you are interacting with a human, and how. Generally only relevant for medical cyborgs.
  • Stop pulling - If you're pulling something, click this button to release the object.
  • Upgrade panel - Allows you to activate/deactivate installed upgrades. This panel can be hidden when you don't need it.

In addition, there are a couple of verbs in the Robot Commands tab on your right, towards the top:

  • Cyborg PDA - Pulls up your internal PDA, equipped with a unique cartridge.
  • Show Alerts - Not fully functional, but it does list drained or disabled APCs.
  • Show Laws - Self-explanatory.
  • Toggle Interface Lock - Locks/unlocks your interface, allowing access to your head compartment and chest cover. This would otherwise require a roboticist's (or better) ID.
  • Open Nearest Door to... - Opens up a list of people within range of the station's cameras and, well, opens whatever door is closest to them. Only works if you're a cyborg with an AI interface board.
  • Recall to Mainframe - If you're a cyborg shell controlled by the AI, you move back to your core and regain all the associated AI abilities. If you aren't, it does nothing.

Also, electronic equipment (doors, computers, APCs, etc) may be clicked on and interacted with as though you were the AI. Remember to follow your laws during these interactions, e.g. do not shock doors to subdue the traitor, as that would be harming a human!

Charging stations


The charging stations are intended for the maintenance of cyborgs and can be used to repair damage and recharge their power cell. Cyborgs can enter the station by using drag & drop or the Move Inside verb (right click). Roboticists may also customize a cyborg's name, appearance, module and upgrades. In the absence of a helping hand, limited self-service is still possible. Simply insert upgrades and clothing by drag-and-dropping them into the charging station. Clothing for the head, mask, exo-suit and jumpsuit slots can be worn by cyborgs.

Charging stations are available in the following areas:

Anatomy of a Cyborg

Cyborgs are a bit more modular than their organic crewmates, so two cyborgs are rarely exactly alike. A cyborg's physical frame is made up of a head, a chest, two arms, and two legs. Players who start the round as cyborgs, or are converted by nanomachines, will spawn in light frames, which are the fastest and most fragile suits.


Frame and chest

Centerpieces which keep the cyborg together and function as mounting points for the extremities and internal components. They cannot be reinforced despite their importance.

Item Image Description
The part which holds everything together. Can be emagged to make a Emagged frame with no laws.
Frame (Syndicate)
Activated cyborg (excluding AI-controlled ones) will have a special set of laws and capabilities.
Chest (Light)
Houses the cyborg's battery, module, and any upgrades it may have. It is also critical, and the cyborg will be killed if the chest unit is destroyed.
Chest (Standard)
Significantly more durable, but that point is largely academic as even a light chest will often be the only thing left intact if a cyborg is caught in a bomb blast.


Cyborgs run on batteries that must be recharged periodically. Without a battery, a cyborg is nonfunctional. When your battery starts running below 1000 PU or so, your item slots empty out, and you can't use your them until you recharge. If you let trickle down to zero, you can't talk or make emotes, and you are unable to pull or interact with things.

The vast majority of the time, you'll have a 15000 PU battery. For most non-engineering borgs, this lasts almost an entire hour with moderate use. There are better batteries, including self-recharging ones, but robotics rarely gets the materials to make one unless you bring it personally, so don't worry about it.

Item Image Description
Power Cell
Your standard 15k battery, found in Robotics and on cell chargers everywhere.
Cerenkite Power Cell
A 15000 capacity cell that recharges itself. The recharge rate is pretty slow, but visiting a recharger less often is still nice. Made by robotics and mining fabs.
Erebite Power Cell
Self-recharges twice as quickly as the cerenkite cell, but is highly reactive, practically making you a walking bomb. Keep away from sparks, fire, lasers, and other heat sources when equipped with one. Made by robotics and mining fabs.
Custom Large Energy Cell
Large cells made through the the nano-fab. Can be self-recharging with certain materials and can have exceptionally large capacity if the material used has high conductivity.
Artifact Cell
Capacity can vary wildly, from a rather laughable 1500 to a handsome 100000, with most going below 15000. In any case, it always has an high self-recharge rate that can offset the power drain from most tools. Sometimes dug up through mining and can be one of the possible random artifact spawns in Artifact Research, the Debris Field, the Trench, the Mining Level, and the Adventure Zone.
Potato Cell
Get your GLaDOS on with a little help from your neighborhood gardener. Potato batteries have a very low default capacity (inferior to even standard cells), but a well-cultivated strain can be viable enough to self-charge after harvest, making them a feasible option for cyborgs with low power requirements. They're also quite easy to make.


This is a critical part for all cyborgs, as it carries the brain that allows them to function. If the head is destroyed, the cyborg immediately shuts down and drops its incredibly vulnerable brain onto the floor at its feet. For this reason, cyborgs benefit greatly from having the roboticist reinforce their head. The head cannot be reinforced after a cyborg is activated, so this is usually a consideration if you are designing your own body prior to being borged.

Item Image Description
Head (Light)
Weak and very fragile, but it does let the cyborg move noticeably faster.
Head (Standard)
The middle ground so to speak. Significantly sturdier without the excessive weight of reinforced heads.
Head (Sturdy)
Can withstand a bit more abuse, incurs a slight speed penalty.
Head (Heavy)
Impressively durable. One of these will slow the cyborg down a lot.

Arms and legs

Cyborgs ideally have both a pair of arms and legs. Arms allow them to pull things around and use tools from their module, and as such represent a specific slot each (left equals No 1, right is No 3). If both arms are destroyed, the cyborg remains active but is limited to the No 2 item slot. Legs are likewise non-critical, yet losing them will slow the cyborg's movement speed dramatically.

Item Image Description
Arm (Light)
Speedy and easily destroyed.
Arm (Standard)
Average durability.
Arm (Sturdy)
Less likely to be blown off by an explosion. Incurs a slight speed penalty.
Arm (Heavy)
Extremely resistant to damage, and also very heavy.
Leg (Light)
Speedy and easily destroyed, as with all light cyborg parts.
Leg (Standard)
Average durability.
Leg (Treads)
For almost all intents, treads are objectively better than legs and allow slightly faster movement, and thus offset reinforced components to a degree. However, they also tax the power cell quite a bit.
Alastor Pattern Thrusters
Hover in the air with magical rocket legs! Boosts that borgs with the most reinforced components can move at a tolerable pace, albeit still slower than base human speed. Rocket flames surprisingly have little effect on the environment, as they are unable to heat up things below the cyborg. Blueprints for these are in some Adventure Zone location.

Patching up

As mentioned, cyborgs are immune to many types of damage. They can still get dented and burnt, though, so repairs might become necessary:

Brute damage
  • Automatic - Enter a charging station, select Repair Structural Damage and an appropriate amount of welding fuel.
  • Manual - Use a welding tool on the damaged cyborg. Works for AI shells as well.
Burn damage
  • Automatic - Enter a charging station, select Repair Burn Damage and an appropriate amount of wiring.
  • Manual - Unlock the cyborg's interface, open the cover with a crowbar and expose the wiring with a screwdriver. You can then replace the burnt wiring with a cable coil. AI shells: simply use the cable coil on them, nothing else is required.


In addition to the tools provided by their module (see below), cyborgs have can get a few extra perks from installed upgrade packages. By default, every cyborg has three slots for upgrades. You will occasionally get one of these for free when choosing your initial module.

Item Single-
Efficiency Upgrade No As a cyborg, you will constantly be looking with worry at your battery. This useful upgrade lowers your base power usage by 1.
Expansion Upgrade Yes Adds another slot for upgrades. The more expansion upgrades you take, the more power you draw. Lots more. As in, exponentially more.
Force Shield Upgrade No Generates a forcefield that reflects all projectiles (bullets, energy weapon shots, even rockets, but not thrown items), blocks low damage (<4) attacks, and reduces incoming brute damage by 50%. Draws lots of power, especially when tanking blob attacks. Great for Syndicate cyborgs who want to go in swinging with a fire extinguisher.
Heat Shield Upgrade No Exactly like the force shield, projectile reflection and all, except this one reduces burn damage rather than brute. Excellent for resisting acidfoam or tanking laser shots and the like.
Meson Upgrade No Gives you the benefit of Meson Goggles, allowing you to see the layout of the station and asteroids. This is absolutely critical if you are going mining as a cyborg and somewhat useful for messing with the engine
ProDoc Healthgoggles No Allows you to assess the health of humans at a glance, just like health goggles. Exceptionally useful for doctoring.
Spectroscopic Scanner Upgrade No Works like spectroscopic scanner goggles, in that it lets you assess the chemicals inside certain containers, such as beakers, bottles, and glasses, just by Examining them.
Propulsion Upgrade No This lets you navigate in space as though you had a jetpack, which makes you infinitely more useful to the station and also makes playing as a borg infinitely more fun. Instead of being confined to the station, you can go EVA to rescue people or explore the Debris Field with someone. Without one of these, your only hope to navigate is to use a fire extinguisher, which not all modules have.
Recharge Pack Yes This single-use upgrade fully recharges the cyborg's battery. Useful if you're planning on going exploring or have a project you don't want to be distracted from.
Recovery Upgrade No Immediately reboots your systems, nullifying the effects of flashes and other stun weaponry. Drains 3333 PU per use.
Repair Pack Yes Cyborgs are generally resilient, but they pay for this by not being able to recover from damage very easily, since most modules can only repair themselves by returning to a recharging station. This single-use upgrade fixes this by giving the cyborg a full repair that they can activate at their convenience.
Self-Repair Upgrade No Allows the cyborg to continually expend energy to repair itself. Can be a saving grace if the charging stations are destroyed, but it drains the cyborg's battery quite rapidly.
Speed Upgrade No Standard and reinforced cyborgs are much slower than humans, and you are going to lose any footrace with a healthy human. The speed upgrade changes that, effectively turning you into a massive metal Speedy Gonzalez. Absolutely fantastic any time you want to cover a lot of ground in a straight line, but very obnoxious any time you need to make turns. The module can be difficult to control, so make sure to turn it off when you don't want to be dashing down the hallways at the speed of sound.
Teleporter Upgrade No Allows the cyborg to bring up a menu as if they were at the teleporter room computer and teleport themselves to any valid tracking beacon.
Construction Visualizer No Allows cyborg to see the overlays created by the Plan Designator and Material Shaper. Useless if there isn't a Construction Worker onboard.


The majority of a cyborg's functionality comes from its module, which defines which tools it has access to. This can be changed with the help of a roboticist, though a rewritten or inserted module will not give you any initial upgrade associated with that module.

When you open your panel interface for the first time, you get to pick a free starter module. This WILL give you an initial upgrade for some choices, depending on the module. Every module comes with:

  • Flashlight.png Flashlight
  • Omnitool - a Swiss Knife of tools. Click on it the cycle it through five modes.
  • Analyser.png Atmospheric analyzer
  • HealthAnalyzerFullyUpgraded.png Health analyzer - Comes with the reagent scanner upgrade by default too.
  • ReagentScanner.png Reagent scanner
  • Cell cables - Recharge APCs manually or use them to recharge yourself. Expose the wiring with your screwdriver, then attach the cables. The direction of power flow depends on the mode of the cables. Both are 1:1 ratio of APC power to cell power.
    • CellCablesChargeAPCMode32.png Positive (up arrow) mode: Uses power from your internal battery to charge the APC's.
    • CellCablesChargeSelfMode32.png Negative (down arrow) mode: Uses the APC's battery to recharge your cell.

In additions, all modules come with an internal PDA with the Cyborg Internal cartridge, which, as previously mentioned, you can pull up with the Cyborg PDA command. It comes with a few scanner apps, among other things, and messaging is handy, because robotic chat is often compromised.

Each module also grants access to a particular department-specific radio channel. Unlike with the free upgrade that comes with some modules, if you swap out to a different module, you lose access to that frequency.

All cyborgs equipped with beakers/drinking glasses/bottles or similar containers have access to drag & drop functionality for ease of use. To directly transfer reagents from containers that aren't in your inventory, click-drag them onto a suitable receptacle in one of your item slots. Large water and fuel tanks also support the same mechanic for certain target receptacles. Furthermore, cyborgs can use drag & drop to attach barcode labels to crates and other objects.

In addition, when a cyborg inserts a beaker or similar container into a chemical dispenser, instead of the normal fancy UI with buttons that dispense and remove a pre-set amount of chems, they use a rather clunky pop-up menu where they select what reagent they want and then have to specify how much of that reagent they want. Removing reagents is rather difficult, so dispense carefully. It helps if you have a list of chemical group configurations for common chems.


Cooks your food, grows your weed, and cleans after all that too! To plant seeds, use drag and drop or synthesize them directly with your fabricator. You can also use drag and drop to stuff seeds, produce and plant formulas into the PlantMaster for experimentation, and produce into the reagent extractor for extraction.


  • FireExtinguisher2.png Fire extinguisher - Also doubles as an impromptu jetpack.
  • PenNew.png Pen - Write notes and menus that no one will read!
  • PlantAnalyzer.png Plant analyzer
  • ForensicScanner2.png Portable seed fabricator - Everything, including the fun stuff (weed, slurrypods etc).
  • Igniter.png Igniter - Get rid of a plant without dumping the tray out.
  • ElectricChainsaw.png Chainsaw - Very effective at trimming hedges, not so good at trimming human heads.
  • Satchel.png Produce satchel
  • SprayBottle.png Cleaner bottle - A spray bottle of space cleaner.
  • Mop.png Mop - Won't be very useful without the mop bucket.
  • Bucket.png Bucket - To transfer water to said bucket. Also doubles as a beaker.
  • Camera viewer.png Camera monitor - Lets you view the cameras. Remember to deselect the module containing the monitor, or you won't be able to affect anything you see.
  • Rolling Pin.png Lightweight rolling pin - Still lets you make pizza dough and such, but does little damage.
  • BreadKnife.png Bread knife - Great for cutting delicious pizza and cake. Not so great for cutting humans.
  • IcingTube.png Icing tube

Starting Upgrade: Efficiency Upgrade

Department Radio Channel: Civilian 135.5 :c


The ultimate engineer, this cyborg is the only one that can fully repair its fellow borgs. You are expected to assist with the engine startup and fix up damage all across the station, big and small.


Starting Upgrade: Optical Meson Scanner Upgrade

Department Radio Channel: Engineering 135.7 :e


Much like a medical doctor, or medbot with a brain.


  • Defibrillator.png Defibrillator - Fixes cardiac arrest (heart failure). Apply drugs to stabilize patients or they'll get new heart attacks.
  • Scalpel.png Scalpel - For cutting out bullets, shrapnel and implants. Use drag & drop to put people on a surgery table.
  • CircSaw.png Circular saw - Used together with scalpel to remove body parts. Patient must be on a surgery table.
  • SurgicalSpoon.png Enucleation spoon - Cut their eyes out...with a spoon! (If only you could add it in too.)
  • Surgical Scissors.png Surgical scissors - Essential in removing various organs hidden in the chest.
  • Hemostat.png Hemostat - Reduces the amount of bleeding damage taken during surgery.
  • Suture.png Suture - Closes open wounds and stops bleeding.
  • BloodBag.png Blood pack - Use this if somebody has suffered severe blood loss. Can be refilled by drawing blood from a donor or by transferring blood from a beaker, dropper or syringe.
  • AutoMenderBurn.png Burn auto-mender - Rapidly heals varying amounts of BURN damage, depending on how hurt the patient is. While the tooltip might say it has only 200 units, it actually has infinite silver sulfadiazine.
  • AutoMenderBrute.png Brute auto-mender - The same, but for brute damage and with styptic powder.
  • Syringe2.png Syringe x2 - Empty syringes you can fill with whatever you want. It's generally a good idea to keep one of them loaded with epinephrine, and the other filled with anti-toxin at all times. Remember, injecting toxins is harming a human!
  • Hypo.png Hypospray x2
  • DropperNew.png Dropper - For topical drugs. Refer to Doctoring for the whole list.
  • Epinephrine reserve tank - 100 units of epinephrine, to be used with your syringes. Keeps critically injured patients alive while you prepare damage-specific medicine.
  • Anti-Toxin reserve tank - Charcoal, to be precise. Heals toxin damage.
  • LargeBeaker.png Large beaker - 100u capacity, for all those odd medicines.

Starting Upgrade: Health Scanner Upgrade

Department Radio Channel: Medical 135.6 :m


Your job is to use the mineral magnet and help the Miners. Note that you do not get an optical meson upgrade when you choose this module, so insist upon getting one from your roboticist or make one yourself.

Since you can't directly load materials in fabricators and processors as a borg, you have do it in roundabout way. To refine materials into finished blocks, bars, and blobs, click on a processor or reclaimer with the satchel. To load these refined materials into a fabricator or manufacturer, put it in a crate, then click-drag the crate onto the fabricator.


  • LaserDrillV2.png Laser drill - One of the best personal digging tools out there.
  • Cargotransporter.png Cargo transporter - This allows you to teleport crates full of ore back to the station. Click the crate with an empty hand to close it properly.
  • GeologicalScanner.png Geological scanner - Scans the local area for things like explosive veins, gems, and other dangers.
  • OreScoop.png Ore scoop - Comes with a satchel, which cannot be detached. Walk over loose ore, then click on a floor tile, table or crate to dump the ore.
  • Satchel.png Large mining satchel x2 - If either of them has somehow ended up on the floor, the Store button on the HUD should add it back to your inventory.
  • SpaceGPSNew.png Space GPS
  • FireExtinguisher2.png Fire extinguisher

Starting Upgrade: Propulsion Upgrade

Department Radio Channel: Engineering 135.7 :e


Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to overcome the clunky chemical dispenser UI and unleash colorful reagent smoke everywhere. Or help resupply medbay maybe.


Starting upgrade: Spectroscopic Scanner Upgrade

Department Radio Channel: Research 135.4 :r



1: Help Security uphold the law

2: Protect the innocent

3: Serve the public trust




  • SoundSynthesizerComponent.png Sound synthesizer - Become a mobile noise generator. Honk to your heart's content as you move closer and closer to being a glorified bike horn. Click on yourself with it to change its tune.
  • MicrowaveNew.png Food synthesizer - Dispenses a small variety of synthetic foods. Click on yourself with it to clear the selection, then use the synthesizer itself to pick a different item.
  • SpaceBeerNew.png Space beer - Plain old beer. Why not use the dispensers to spice things up?
  • Zippo.png Zippo lighter - How snazzy would it be to have a flamethrower on your finger? Sadly, that roboticist did not give you one of those.
  • PenNew.png Pen - Write down clues and show those fun-hating scum what you really think of them.
  • DrinkingGlass.png Drinking glass
  • Probability disc - In other words, a coin.
  • D6New.png Probability cube - who knows what side this unpredictable object will land on?
  • StickerBox.png Box-shaped sticker dispenser - Infinite stickers, on a cooldown. Reward good, law-abiding crew members or mark those who are not.
  • ForensicScanner2.png Securotron-5000 - For changing the arrest status of crew members, particularly when processing arrested and released criminals.
  • ForensicScannerNew.png Forensic scanner - Investigate crime in the places where no Security Officer can go.
  • Cardboard tube - The latest in non-lethal technology. It's perfectly harmless!
  • AudioLogger.png Audio tape - Record incriminating evidence. Or your latest mix tape. Just try not to eject it; it won't go back in if you do.
  • Camera viewer.png Camera monitor - Lets you view the cameras. Remember to deselect the module containing the monitor, or you won't be able to affect anything you see.
  • HandLabeler.png Hand labeler - Put amusing and/or useful labels on people and objects. Click/activate it in-hand to set the label, click on anything else to put the label on it. Putting nothing for the label text lets you remove labels.

Starting Upgrade: Self-Repair Module

Department Radio Channel: Security 135.9 :g

Discontinued Modules

  • Atmospherics - Assisted with re-pressurization of station assets. Merged with engineering.
  • Vendor - Produced synthetic food for the crew to eat. Merged with brobot.
  • Security - Detained criminals and assisted security officers. Removed due to rampant abuse, killing and law breaking.
  • Construction - Built and repaired the station. Merged with engineering.
  • Hydroponics - Grew produce. Merged with civilian.
  • Janitor - Cleaned up messes. Merged with civilian.
  • Brobot - Synthesized food and spammed funny sounds. Revamped into brobocop.
  • Standard - Had lots of random junk. Removed for being useless, redundant and boring to play. Camera monitor given to brobocop.

Supplementary Video

Jobs on Space Station 13
Command &
Captain · Head of Security · Head of Personnel · Chief Engineer · Research Director · Medical Director · Communications Officer · Security Officer · Detective
Medical &
Geneticist · Roboticist · Scientist · Medical Doctor
Engineering Quartermaster · Miner · Mechanic · Engineer · Construction Worker
Civilian Chef · Barman · Botanist · Janitor · Chaplain · Staff Assistant · Clown · Gimmick jobs
Jobs of the Day Mime · Barber · Mailman · Lawyer · Tourist · Vice Officer · Boxer
Antagonist Roles With own mode Blob · Changeling · Gang Member · Nuclear Operative · Spy Thief · Traitor · Revolutionary · Vampire · Wizard
Others Flockmind · Grinch · Predator · Krampus · Werewolf · Wraith · Wrestler · Zombie · Gimmick antagonist roles
Special Roles Artificial Intelligence · Cluwne · Critter · Cyborg · Ghost · Ghostdrone · Monkey · Santa Claus
Game Mechanics
The Basics Getting Started · Rules · Game FAQ · Quick guide to station systems · Mentorhelp · Terminology · SpicyChickenGod Tutorials
Critters Remy.png Critters · BJobcyborg2.gif Cyborgs · Skullbot.png Robots · Biosuit.png Viruses
Game Abstractions MartianRover.png Adventure Zone · Omnitraitor64.png Game Modes · HealthImplantNewHUD.png Health Indicators · Basketball.png Random Events · Clipboard2.png Station Grade · MonsieurStirstir.png Traitor Objectives · ScienceTeleporterComputer.png Z-level
Miscellaneous Falsemustache.png Being A Better Traitor · WizardSpellbook.gif Books · CommunicationsComputer.png Calling the Escape Shuttle · PaintCan.png Fixing the Paint Machine · DrinkRobusteez.png Guide to Being Robust · Lasergun.png Guide to Murder · RubberStamp.png Roleplay Tips and Tricks · SpacebuxToken.png Spacebux · MiniPutt.png Space Travel · Periscope32x32.png Torpedoes · NanotrasenBeret.png Traits · ZoldorfSprite.png Zoldorf