Ok, so we all guessed a robot race would be the "genderless race" Carbine hinted about months ago. Now that we've actually seen a robotic race, Carbine's statement is starting to seem a little vague. It's getting me thinking now. What we saw was definitely cybernetic. However, it appeared humanoid, albeit it had a robotic face. My point is why exactly would Carbine identify this as a genderless race? Why would it even be considered a race in the first place being a machine? What was the importance of the hint "genderless"? Obviously, robots do not have a sex. I just assumed the robots would be without humanoid form. I dunno. When I hear "genderless", I usually think "without masculine or feminine features". To me, it seems what we saw was just a "male robot". Am I over-thinking this!? Of course, we've had yet to see all the options for these machines of war. Will we be able to create one with feminine-like parts? I find the genderless hint odd now. Maybe they weren't referring to this robot race? Scooter pls!