The B1 battle droid, sometimes referred to as the standard battle droids, was a model of battle droid designed to resemble their Geonosian creators, the Trade Federation made extensive use of B1 battle droids and utilized them as their military force during the Federation's invasion of Naboo and the Confederacy of Independent Systems made extensive use of these droids during the Clone Wars.
Powers and Stats
Tier: 10-A physically. 9-A with blasters. High 8-C with heavy weapons and explosives
Name: B1 Battle Droid
Origin: Star Wars
Gender: Masculine programming
Classification: Robot, battle droid
Powers and Abilities: Peak Human physical characteristics, can process information faster than a human being, good piloting skills
Attack Potency: Athlete level physically (comparable to trained human soldiers) | Small Building level with blasters (military grade heavy blaster pistols and blaster rifles including the SE-14 pistol and E-5 rifle carried by B1s pack such firepower) | Large Building level+ with heavy weapons and explosives (B1s will often make use of Class-A thermal detonators)
Speed: Peak Human (Can run fast enough to keep up with highly trained humans and clone troopers)
Lifting Strength: Peak Human (Can easily pick up their blasters and run at the same time they shoot without suffering the recoil)
Striking Strength: Human Class
Durability: Street level (Can take some physical damage before going down)
Stamina: Depends on battery charge. As long as the battery has charge, they can continue fighting.
Range: A few dozen metres with blaster pistol and grenades, a few hundred metres with blaster rifle, likely up to a few kilometres with heavy blaster rifles/cannons.
Intelligence: Below average (They are shown to be inept without preparation, they are limited to their programming)
Standard Equipment: E-5 blaster rifle, SE-14 blaster pistol, Class-A thermal detonators, E-5s sniper blaster.
Weaknesses: Battle droids are inept without preparation, depend more on numbers than anything, and have bad aim. Early models were commanded by a central computer, and, if that computer was destroyed, they would cease to function. Will shut down when battery charge runs out.