Electrode Sensor System
The Electrode Sensor System, ESS, is a series of electrodes that are connected to various parts of the body, including the brain. The pilot stands inside the suit, and connects herself to the suit with the electrodes. From that point, every move the pilot makes, the suit itself makes. When the pilot moves her arm, the robot moves its arm. The electrodes connected to the brain function to activate weapons or thrusters or other systems throughout the suit. Because of these features, this type of suit has a fast reaction time, and is usually desired by more experienced fighters. When the suit is damaged, the pilot feels the effects. However, if a part is destroyed on the suit, it doesn’t destroy that part of the human pilot. For example, if the arm is blown off, the pilot doesn’t also lose her arm. Her arm merely experiences extreme shock, and she loses use of it until it naturally heals or receives medical attention. The same goes for other parts, except the head. If the robot loses its head, the pilot’s head and brain aren’t damaged. This suit does not have an escape option because the pilot is connected directly to the mech. Should the suit be destroyed, the pilot dies along with it.