Cybermen

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Earlier models of Cybermen made use of small robots for various tasks, these were known as ''Cybermats''. More recently, Cybermen have employed animalistic constructs known as Cybershades, although this might have only been a stop-gap measure. Some of the more primitive types of Cybermen have had more organic components.
 
Earlier models of Cybermen made use of small robots for various tasks, these were known as ''Cybermats''. More recently, Cybermen have employed animalistic constructs known as Cybershades, although this might have only been a stop-gap measure. Some of the more primitive types of Cybermen have had more organic components.
  
Cybermen are genderless. To reproduce, Cybermen capture and forcibly convert humanoid sapients into additional Cybermen, a process they call "upgrading". This process subverts the minds of the converted beings to function in the standardized Cyberman model, devoid of emotion.
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Cybermen are genderless. To reproduce, Cybermen capture and forcibly convert humanoid sapients into additional Cybermen, a process they call "upgrading". This process subverts the minds of the converted beings to function in the standardized Cyberman model, devoid of emotion (although particularly strong-willed victims have overcome this programming).
  
 
While Cybermen are capable fighters in terms of brute strength and normally see organic sapients as mere resources to be converted, they never the less have been proven effective at infiltrating other civilizations and in making temporary alliances with individuals and organizations to meet their ends, generally using promises of power and wealth.
 
While Cybermen are capable fighters in terms of brute strength and normally see organic sapients as mere resources to be converted, they never the less have been proven effective at infiltrating other civilizations and in making temporary alliances with individuals and organizations to meet their ends, generally using promises of power and wealth.

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