Society

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The Society of the Hero Factory universe is complex, with several different practices on various planets.

Sports and Contests

Roboball

The sport of Roboball involves the serving and hitting of a type of ball and eliminating other players. The game usually is played in teams, but players can compete solo if they please. Hero Factory has designed training dummies that are simulated by computers.

Foot Race

Many Heroes often engage within foot races to determine who is the faster Hero.

Occupations and Crimes

Occupations

There are many occupations in the galaxy, and many involve law enforcement. Law enforcement careers include those as Heroes and police (including chiefs such as Drax). Other professions include advertising and news reporting.

Crimes

In the galaxy, there are several criminals that are actively hunted. The crimes that are committed include sabotage, theft, energy absorption, murder, destruction, and extortion. As well, actively engaging in at least mining on a protected planet is illegal. Heroes can commit a crime by fleeing from a mission. Only Von Ness is known to have fled a mission.

Inventions and Communication

Inventions

Hero Factory has led the surge in radical new inventions. They have created, among other things, Heroes, Hero Pods, and Drop Ships. These inventions have been instrumental in galaxy-wide law enforcement. Led by Akiyama Makuro, the Hero design was upgraded to a 2.0 form, and old Heroes received an Upgrade.

Communication

Most robots speak the same basic language in the galaxy. There are exceptions, such as animal-based languages, including one spoken by Tratix Reptoids. Hero Factory uses an alphabet system comprised of circles within squares, the circles having lines cutting into fourths. The circles and the squares are either colored a shade of green or blue.