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Manufacturer: Ten-Shi Zaibatsu
National Origin: Japan
Mass-Produced at: Imperial Mecha Bay
? Wave-force glaive
? Biometric regulators
? Neuro-subdermal UI
? Violence inhibitors
? DevilCoat suit induces fear
The warriors of the Empire of the Rising Sun are known for their devotion and fury, and when they crashed upon the shores of the Soviet Union, the world reeled in terror. Nevertheless, their Emperor failed to accurately weigh the magnitude of his ambitious plan, and his army's incredible momentum eventually gave way. Yet this did not quell the zeal in the hearts of the Empire's fighting forces. As the hour grew dark for the Empire, a small percentage of Imperial warriors grew uncontrollably agitated, refusing orders to fall back and channeling unspeakable rage into their bloody work. The late Emperor Yoshiro had no tolerance for this, for he insisted on the strict observance of a strict and disciplined warrior code. Thus, punishment came swiftly (and rather uniquely) to those who brazenly disobeyed orders within the Rising Sun military ranks. The rank-and-file who refused or disobeyed orders simply were put to the sword. However, experienced veterans who cracked under pressure or otherwise exhibited unusually violent dispositions met a different fate: They were encased in fearsome-looking DevilCoat suits, which contain elaborate medical systems and biometric regulators designed to leave a man in a barely-conscious vegetative state indefinitely. The accused would carry out life sentences in complete isolation, looming over significant Imperial landmarks like half-dead statues.
As it turns out, this ritualistic punishment was built on an ulterior premise, which may begin to explain the elaborate and doubtlessly expensive process. The DevilCoat suits all are linked to the central command network of Ten-Shi Zaibatsu, the company borne of the Rising Sun's two top military manufacturers. The leaders of this conglomerate could quite literally flip a switch to make each and every DevilCoat suit activate, awakening the men encased inside. Indeed, the DevilCoats are not ceremonial at all--they are fully-functioning assault suits, and the same systems used to keep the men inside in a fugue state can also augment their senses, making them quicker and more powerful than ever before. The DevilCoats were activated after the death of the Emperor Yoshiro, leading many to believe that Ten-Shi Zaibatsu conspired against the Emperor in the creation of these weapons. At any rate, only once the DevilCoats came alive did the men piloting them come to be known as the Steel Ronin. After all, these half-men had no masters--only an impulse to fight the Empire's enemies to the death. Now they threaten whatever fragile sense of peace has come to their nation.
The Steel Ronin appears to be some sort of ornamental guardian, humanoid in shape and bearing a fierce-looking glaive weapon measuring roughly nine meters in length. Once activated, the true natures of both the glaive and its wielder quickly become apparent. The Steel Ronin's assault suit is a highly-maneuverable, fully-articulated mechanical monstrosity. The human pilot inside is linked to a complex subdermal interface wired directly to the electric impulses coming from his brain, allowing the Steel Ronin to move and react at the speed of thought...faster, even, because of the awareness-heightening properties of the subdermal UI. The DevilSuit itself has a one-to-one locomotion system, such that the pilot's thoughts and actions inside result in corresponding motions by the suit. Thus, pilots are able to make the suit walk or swing its powerful weapon using little more than instinct. As for the weapon, the glaive is powered by a localized wave-force field that can split even the toughest molecular bonds (such as those found in Allied battle tank armor) with little trouble.
Allied tacticians speculate that the Steel Ronin were created in secrecy as an absolute last resort, should the Imperial homeland ever come to harm by opposing forces. As the late Emperor Yoshiro fundamentally rejected the possibility of this outcome, some of his more-pragmatic agents likely collaborated on the initiative without the Emperor's foreknowledge, and executed their plan only after the Emperor's death. The notion of violent criminals having to live out their days inside combat-ready assault suits is unsettling. Yet there is a certain calculated pragmatism behind it, the very same type of idea that likely led to the Empire of the Rising Sun mounting such a crushing and unexpected attack against the Soviet Union in the first place. Even in defeat, it seems the Empire of the Rising Sun will continue fighting to the last.
Battlefield reconnaissance has revealed at least these facts about the Steel Ronin:
? The wave-force glaive -- The Steel Ronin is quite different from other Imperial forces because it specializes in close-quarters battle. This pilot-assisted robot is very effective against enemy armor divisions but first needs to close the distance in order to slash at them with its energy weapon. A single swipe of the wave-force glaive can severely damage multiple enemy forces clustered together.
? Get in line -- The Steel Ronin is not entirely unable to attack at a distance. The wave-force glaive contains an energy reservoir that can be expelled when the weapon's shaft is struck firmly enough against the ground. This sends a searing wave of energy coursing directly ahead of the Steel Ronin, damaging all in its path.
? Fleet-footed -- Although the Steel Ronin is second only to the monstrous King Oni battlewalker in terms of sheer size, it is remarkably quick on its feet. Armor divisions attempting to take advantage of their superior range had best make their first shots count.
? Crowd control -- The Ronin's wave-force glaive is so big that it is ineffective against smaller targets such as infantry squads. Even so, the sheer force of the weapon is likely to topple any men in the vicinity of the attack, leaving them helpless and exposed.
이거 뭐...;; 언월도질 한번으로 탱크두대가 끔살..;
제목에 [UR}이라고 되었네요<BR><BR>수정 부탁
<DIV class=memo>제목의 스틸 로니->스틸 로닌 으로 수정 부탁드립니다.</DIV>
<FONT size=3></FONT>특수능력이... 허억
원화 중엔 금쇄봉 달린 대도 휘두르는 것도 있었네요;;;;;; 저게 더 어울렷을지도;;;;;
<P>이야 이거 아포칼립스도 함부로 덤비지 못할 놈도 생겼군... </P>
프로필때문에 능력치를 임시로 상향해서 보여주는거겠지만, 기본적으로 탱크 상대로 만들어졌지만, 특수능력 검기날리기 쓰면 일렬로 서있는 보병학살도 가능하다는거네...헉;;;;;
<P>점점 쓰나미가 설 자리가 사라지고 있어...</P>
<P>아 걸음걸이가 참 귀엽네요. 제발 멋지게 좀 만들어라.. </P>
<P>삼국지 천명을 생각나게 하네요-_-<BR><BR>C&C전작들 보다 캐릭터 개성들이 너무 뚜렷해서 좋아해야할지 싫어해야할지-_-</P>
<P>오오!! 여태까지 본 욱일유닛중에 가장 개념이다!!</P>
쓰나미는 단지 다리미일뿐
<P>아... 이건 뭐 오락실 유닛이냐 ㅋㅋㅋ 격투 게임에 나와도 되겠네 ㅋ<BR><BR><!--StartFragment--></P>
<P class=바탕글 style="MARGIN-BOTTOM: 1.6pt; LAYOUT-GRID-MODE: char; LINE-HEIGHT: 120%"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: 굴림; mso-ascii-font-family: 굴림; mso-hansi-font-family: 굴림">필살기 '흔해빠진 오락실 이펙트': ↙↓↙↘+ABC</SPAN></P>
가만...저 팡팡팡 터지는 것은;;;;;;; 기공신포?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!!
이렇게 밸런스를 되찾나요?
<P>스틸 로닌을 우리말로 번역하면 "강철의 실업자(?)"가 됩니다. 즉 일본 실업자의 혼으로 움직이는 로봇전사입니다!!</P>
가격이 비싸지만 참 좋은유닛 -_-;