Eve (episode) has come out of this setting in detail.
They're customized android with both intelligence and emotion. They're property of Silverquick, an intergalactic courier service. They're feminine.
They're initially all produced in equal size and shapes, but they're made of adaptive forms. Meaning, their looks adapt and change according to their masters. From what Cell have seen, Eve's that serve unemotional and hard-nosed masters tend to look sharper while ones that serve warm-hearted and sentimental masters tend to look more round like her. But Cell's appearance doesn't match the personality of Denma. And Jet's Eve, Bon's look is round. From this point of view, this theory seems to be wrong. Cell isn't sure how exactly their size and shapes are reflected by attributes of their masters, but their looks can vary as widely as their master's personalities. Cell wonders whether their height determined by their master's bragging.
They're designed for indoors, so if they get exposed to sunlight, they spontaneously combust. So they control Avatars from outside, or go around in protective clothing.
Their main duty is to assist their masters complete their client's request without problems. Besides that we clean, cook, wash, pick up their master's dead bodies in case of work mishaps, and et cetera. They do anything to please their masters as a complete package of management and entertainment or more like a slave.
There's just this one thing, they have this chronic problem when they communicate with their masters it's their emotional expression. For some reason, their creator Dr. Yahwah programmed into them all available human emotions in the universe, yet didn't separate the expressive function of sorrow from joy. So, their masters can't distinguish whether their are laughing or crying. Of course, Eves can figure out each other's emotions through their eyes and antennae.
In A Catnap (5), the Emotion transferring bot appears. The boy and his sister take out the pads together, then the boy selects the avatar icon. The avatar icons resemble them, and one avatar resembles the earliest her shape.
Quai isn't Eve.
The assist-bots can be disposed of only at their masters discretion. So, fulfill Quanx deliverers contract while taking out their rage on disposable Eves.
- Cell: Denma's Eve.
- Bahel's Eve: She appeared in the Eve (episode) link.
- Bon: Jet's Eve.
- Expired deliverer's Eve: She first appeared in the Eve Rachel (1). She's killed by expired deliverer. And her dead body is incinerates in the incinerator in (3).
- Rachel: Marvic's Eve.
- Edrei's Eve: She first appeared in the 7. A.E. (2). Color of her Avatar is ivory. In 9. A.E. link, she and Edrei meets Marutas, who's sent by Savoys to visit Hicks' home. In Savoy Gaal, they're abducted by Savoys. But these are rescued by Denma, Edel, and Arcel. Later, she and Edrei go back to headquarters.
- Dwight's Eve: She first appeared in the Marionette (1). She's killed by Bahel. And her dead body appeared in the (2).
Appearances in Other Media Edit
Andante's default skin (Lv 1, 3 stars ~ Lv 25, 5 stars)
Andante's growth skin (Lv 1, 6 stars ~ Lv 40, 6 stars)
Lv 40, 6 stars
- Character Description
The customized android with intelligence and emotion called Eve. The appearance changes according to the master.
Here's the fan art. November 8, 2016