The second model in a series of combat robots intended for MOUT deployment (Mobile Operations in Urban Terrain). The Mk2 is built primarily with plastics (highly resilient, flexible, and light weight) and reactive ceramic armour. Quick and agile, the Mk2s utilise speed and surprise in guerilla warfare, and are effective against both soft and hard targets. The Mk2 has performed admirably in field use, and suffers only from restraint issues; incidences of friendly fire in which whole detachments of allied infantry have been wiped out are commonplace. Studies have shown that a female appearance significantly deters return fire from human combatants, and this empathic delay adds precious seconds for the Mk2 to close in on its target. International weapons trade of the Mk2 is steadily climbing, despite high manufacturing costs, and expensive maintenance.