How are swarmanoids supposed to be used, if they perish on a sunny day, according to swarm rules?
I find it a bit odd that microbots of a swarmanoid are supposed to perish at 35°C/95°F, in an age of smart materials. That's the temperature fleas start dying at. I would have imagined that something built out of fullerenes, amorphous metals, refractory metals or smart materials has better heat resistance than the baseline organic insect it takes inspiration from, even if small objects absorb heat more easily. And a swarmanoid has to be built out of those kinda materials, because how else would it be capable to send/receive electronic/microwave signals.
This kind of rule I could see maybe be ok for nanomachine swarms (although it would make TITAN nanomachine swarms way less scary) but for microbot PC swarmanoids I feel that this bit of information is way too limiting. I mean who would sleeve into a morph that dies as soon as the hab technicians decide it would be nice to simulate a sunny day?