Unlikely. The horror stories of servitors running amok are mostly fairy tales. With that being said, however, construct servitors can develop survival instincts that may lead to them obtaining sustenance from sources other than what they are programmed to if they are allowed to evolve beyond their programming.
Servitors aren’t usually dangerous, construct servitors and thoughtform servitors are both made to do what you command them and both can be “installed” with a kill-switch if need be. Thoughtform servitors can devolve into parasites if given too much free reign and lack of attention, construct servitors don’t need attention and just a programmed power source that basically programs them to feed from a specific source of energy.
They dont literally ‘feed’ it’s more like you’re charging your phone.
Powerful is a term I don’t really view the same was people use it on here, a servitor is as capable as the one that creates it, however, more in a present potential sense, everything else is what they can learn if ordered to.
So, a sevitor can not be more capable or powerful than his creator? if this is so, I suppose a servitor only will effectively work if created by very capable and powerful people,while if common people creates one, this servitor won´t be a much help?
A servitor can grow beyond it’s creator’s potential (I don’t believe everyone has the same potential) but the creator will always have power over it. Also, the thing with that is a servitor will always take time to do it’s job assigned to it. Doesn’t matter who creates it. If it’s created by someone with 20 years and someone with 5 years they both would take time to do the job, but the creation process may differ.
i dont think so, it would take the servitor to form its own will, and loads of time for it to become more powerful, though i dont even think its possible, as the Will of a human imo is always more powerful than a thoughtform, especially one created by said human imo