In Nol, Auto-servers are one of the most prevalent results of hover glyph technological advancements. Auto-servers can be found in all aspects of life, from in home helpers to construction sites or space. Auto-servers consist of three parts: a hover-glyph, an artificial brain, and a metal body. The metal body houses the auto-server’s artificial brain, and mechanical parts, as well as acts as a binding point for the hover glyph. The size and complexity of the hover glyph determines the amount of power the auto-server is capable of wielding. Depending on the use of the auto-server, they have a variety of body size to glyph ratios. Cheaper auto-servers tend to be larger with smaller glyphs.