Okay so here he is; Bust Man the Robot Master and his Reploid counterpart. developed a bit of history for him, so here goes.
Project Unit “Bust Man”, codenamed “Tenor”, was developed for military forces as a combination of training robot and battlefield assistance. It was the Robot Master’s no-kill programming that led many troops to come to refer to him as “Blank” (in reference to the fact that it used non-lethal blank bullets almost exclusively. In tandem with this feature, Bust Man was intentionally programmed with noticeable human “flaws”, including a relatively free spirit in contrast to the force’s usual tactics (of “breaking a man’s spirit” to make them perform better in the line of duty), albeit having a distinctly quiet and non-confrontational nature.
When the time came for the Maverick Wars, Bust Man’s reploid design was enhanced to better encompass the need for machines that could fight maverick reploids, which was given the project name “Blanck” in homage to the troops its predecessors had worked with. While the Robot Master releases of Bust Man had all been eradicated by this point, the single successful reploid unit performed extraordinarily well, outlasting much of his competition due to the range his dual firearms provided along with traditional reploid enhancements. In an interesting twist, Blanck developed a taste for music and singing, linking back to its Robot Master counterpart, “Tenor”.