Clinically Depressed Robot (3.5e Flaw)

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Here I am, brain the size of a planet, and they get me to take you down to the bridge. Call that job satisfaction? 'Cos I don't.
Marvin the Paranoid Android, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Clinically Depressed Robot

You are a construct that has an intense depression beyond that of any human, because you have an intelligence beyond that of any human.
Prerequisite: Construct type, Intelligence 25+
Effect: You receive a -10 penalty to gather information checks, a -5 penalty to ride and handle animal checks, and automatic rolls of 1 on bluff checks, diplomacy checks, disguise checks to act in character, intimidate checks, and perform checks. The diplomacy and gather information penalties do not apply against other constructs with this flaw. Additionally, you are susceptible to morale effects, but only if they impose a penalty rather than a bonus; your perpetual state of self-pity can only ever get worse. However, you do receive any morale bonus that would affect you due to learning the final message from a creator deity to his creation.

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