|Central Pirating Technology-Robotic Unit of Superior Treasures|
|Title||CPT-RUST, Captain Rust|
|Gender||Genderless (Male Tone)|
|Faction||Independent Space Pirate|
|Description||Sadistic, Literally Emotionless, Merciless|
|Skills and Abilities||(TBC...)|
|Location|| Alternate UUniverses
Central Pirating Technology-Robotic Unit of Superior Treasures, AKA CPT-RUST or Captain Rust, is an Alternate UUniversal Morladian Pirate Robot from Planet Morlad. He is a very ambitious machine and rogue creation of the creator of the Morladian Robots built for the sole purpose of being the best robotic pirate. This drove him to actually turn on his creator and achieve his goal for himself. Thus he became a sociopathic pirate captain who remained unchallenged for centuries before meeting Capitan Darelock, the son of the pirate who came the closest to beat him, who proved evenly matched due to fighting hundreds of Morladian Robots. He would eventually be defeated by Darelock, Team Cibarron, and his enslaved Seodoh first mate Emril after he plots to commit a bankrupting heist that could make The United Usurpation Force and Union of Independent Systems battles problematic, finally placing his disabled body in Alpha Station. He is a dangerous machine capable of adapting to ensure his goal is complete, including completely wiping away his moral protocols when they served as a weakness used against him, the very act that turned him evil. He will sacrifice anything if it impedes his goals, seeing evil as the true alignment of a pirate, and he will do literally anything to finish his goal including murder and terrorism. This makes him dangerous to even himself, and with his laser swords, his holographic disguises, his recharging energy shield, and his multi-setting arm cannon, he'll never stop until it's done, no matter how pointless it ends up because of his adaptive analytic mind.
Rust was built by a pirate scientist captain to be the perfect pirate, but started off with protocols of morality and had the ability to adapt to any condition. For 10 years, Rust served well with his creator until he ended up in a standoff against a government double agent, who urged him to kill him to prevent his crew's arrest, which he could not do as it was against his morality protocols, as his creator reminded him that it was wrong. But by the time he stood down, the agent assassinated his creator, and the entire crew was arrested. In response to this, Rust's adaptive mind completely wiped his morality protocols. With no sense of morals, Rust broke out of his cell and murdered the traitorous agent, catching him off guard. With Rust turned evil by his own morality wipe, he escaped with his crew, but ended up turning them evil when they saw the costly change that made him believe that morality was weakness, as he was created specifically to adapt and be the perfect pirate. This made him eventually discard his own creator's crew when biology, a biologically sentient mind, free will, and sentient error proved a weakness. He replaced them with robotic pirates and became one of the most feared Morladian space pirates ever since.