The Enhanced Defense Intelligence, or EDI, is an AI created by Cerberus and installed aboard the Normandy SR-2. She is represented visually by a holographic blue sphere and aurally with a feminine voice at various terminals throughout the ship where she can provide basic information about the Normandy and Cerberus.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least 9-B with firearms, around High 8-C with physical strikes, 8-A with Tech abilities
Name: EDI, Enhanced Defense Intelligence
Origin: Mass Effect
Gender: As an A.I., she's technically Genderless, but is commonly revered to as female
Age: At least 3 years old
Classification: Synthetic/Robot, Artificial A.I., Former Servant of Cerberus
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman strength, speed, durability, stamina, endurance, expert markswoman, expert grenadier, expert hand-to-hand combatant, Forcefield (In the form of Kinetic Barriers), Hacking (In the form of Overload and AI Hacking), Incinerate, Decoy, Defense Matrix
Attack Potency: At least Wall level with mass accelerator weaponry (Slugs fired by mass accelerator weapons can reduce large chunks of rock wall to rubble in a couple dozen rounds as demonstrated by the YMIR mech during the assignment N7: Mining the Canyon), Around Large Building level with physical strikes, Multi City Block level with Tech Abilities.
Speed: Massively Hypersonic (Comparable to James Vega)
Lifting Strength: At least Class 10
Striking Strength: Unknown, likely Large Building Class
Durability: At least Large Building level without kinetic barriers via powerscaling; at least City Block level with kinetic barriers.
Range:Several dozen kilometers with mass accelerator weaponry, average melee range with punches, dozens of meters with tech abilities.
Standard Equipment: An SMG, a heavy pistol, and an omni-tool.
Intelligence: Very high. A skilled fighter.
Weaknesses: Kinetic barriers are activated based on the speed of an attack. A melee attack is not fast enough to set it off. In addition, the shielding afforded by kinetic barriers does not protect against extremes of temperature, toxins, or radiation.