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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Sun Jul 31, 2011 4:46 pm

Below is just some quick ideas from me:

EXCEL FIGHTER THUNDER ROBO

Powered by an Astro-Wave Flux Reactor, the Excel Fighter Thunder Robo was once a top-of-the-line mechanical soldier used by the warring nations of Earth. However, once the planet was united under the banner of the Terran Empire almost all Thunder Robos were dismantled and destroyed as newer, smaller defensive units became the only necessary peacekeeping forces. The only one left was kept functional, though disarmed, for ceremonial purposes and for historical curiosity, until the arrival of the Galaxians, a refugee fleet of alien ships of all different types and designs. The Galaxians were a loosely-united group of different alien species on the run from the fearsome mechanical minions of the Star Devil Emperor.

With their fleet made up mostly of cargo ships, manufacturing ships and other non-combatant designs, the Galaxians were desperate for weaponised platforms that could help them fight off the Star Robos, but were unable to afford anything to trade with the people of Earth. As a token of assistance and goodwill, the Terran Empire offered up the Excel Fighter Thunder Robo, a ceremonial Terran protector to the Galaxian fleet. With the Thunder Robo came its small maintenance crew, and its dedicated pilot, Raioh Kasuna. They were excited to be helping out the Galaxians, despite the fact that the Terran Empire had only passed them on as a goodwill exercise, and with the assistance of the Thunder Robo’s maintenance crew the Galaxians were able to take their five most combat-ready space superiority vessels and modify them with their own miniature Astro-Wave Flux Reactors. These five vessels became the Astro Falcons, each specialised for a different task, one for high speed intercepting and pursuit, one for heavy bombardment, one for precision attacks, one for stealth and scouting and the last for close range dogfighting.

Along with the upgrading of the vehicles to the Astro Falcons, the Galaxians and the Thunder Robo crew worked together to reactivate the Thunder Robo’s weapons systems and gradually upgrade it into a new form, the Space Warrior Starizer. With this new upgrade, Starizer implemented experimental Gattai Links to be able to combine with other machines for extra power. By using its Gattai Links to combine with the Astro Falcons, Space Warrior Starizer was able to transform into the Astro Warrior Grand Nova in order to fight off the bigger threats of the Star Devil’s forces.

After a catastrophic battle that saw the Galaxy Major, the main city-ship of the Galaxian fleet, sustain significant damage the Galaxian Fleet was forced to overhaul it and take apart some of the other ships in the fleet to rebuild it as the new Galaxy Driver Star Fortress. Implemented in the new Galaxy Drive was an enormous prototype A2 Reactor (Astro Accelerator Reactor), and with the disabling of the safety locks in dire situations the Space Warrior Starizer can combine with the Star Fortress to become the enormous Space King Galaxizer in order to face off with the Star Devil Admirals, the most powerful Demon Robos the Star Devil has at his bidding.

Thunder Robo’s signature weapon is its Thunder Flash Cannon, whilst in its upgraded Starizer form it now utilizes the Solar Flux Punch and the Astro Beam Spiral as its main combat moves. When united with the Astro Falcons Grand Nova utilises its Supernova Buster and its Celestial Lance, and finally in the form of Space King Galaxizer it finishes off its foes with the Galactic Crash or the Event Horizon Gravitron Wave Blaster, crushing its foes out of existence by warping space-time with its immense Astro-Wave output.


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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:52 pm

I think you've hit the mark, vagrant. It sounds awesome. Now we need to roughly figure out what appearance we want for each mech. I'll draw abit in MSpaint and post it later.

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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:05 am

Wow, Vagrant, way to leave nothing for the rest of us to do! ;-)

The one suggestion I have to this whole thing would be tweaking Grand Nova's weapons to include something bird related to connect with the Astro Falcons: Nova Phoenix Blast or Exploding Star Feathers or something like that...
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:38 am

Phoenix Nova Flare would work I think. Also, ASTRO FALCON PAWNCH! :p I also forgot to mention a necessary Sixth Ranger Astro Falcon later on, which can combine with Starizer either by itself or with the other Falcons, creating the Great Shogun Starizer and Supreme Fighter Super Nova, respectively :p

DEMON TRAITOR NEUTRON FALCON

Designed as an infiltration unit, the Space Devil Dobu Nezumi was sent by the Star Devil Emperor to the Galaxian fleet masquerade as an ace fighter, gaining the trust of the Galaxians whilst secretly providing information about their location and capabilities to the Star Devil Emperor, as well as to sabotage the Starizer, the only thorn in the side of the Star Devil Emperor. To cement his role as a trusted warrior, he is sent with a starfighter to become the sixth Astro Falcon. Utilizing Demon Robo technology, the Neutron Falcon can greatly supplement the power of any machine it performs a Gattai Linkup with despite its own incompatible Demon Robo type power core, due to having an advanced Energy Resonance System designed to amplify the power of any energy form sent through it.

After some time with the Galaxians Dobu comes to respect their tenacity and determination, and finds himself having turned against his former allies in truth, rather than just as an act, and at this stage he gladly combines with the other Galaxian Fighters in any combination necessary to protect the galaxians from the Star Devil Emperor!

MILLENNIUM FIGHTER COSMIC FALCON

In times when Space Warrior Starizer is unavailable for combat, the Galaxian fleet is still not without protection. Its five elite fighters, the Astro Fighters, can still utilise their Gattai Linkups even without the central unit of Starizer, combining themselves into a modular combat robot known as the Cosmic Falcon. Slightly larger than Starizer, the Cosmic Falcon has lesser power than Starizer due to its five Astro Wave Flux reactors being smaller and less energy efficient than Starizer's own central Flux Reactor.

Because Cosmic Falcon lacks a central unit to assemble around it is highly modular fighter and whilst this modular nature restricts the flow of power to and from the different parts of the Falcon it also means that it is able to detach heavily damaged or overloaded sections of its form, or can detach its various components to dodge attacks before reconnection. It also means that the Cosmic Falcon can do only a partial transformation, where one or more of the Astro Falcons remains separate and in its starfighter configuration to fight individually.

With the addition of the turncoat Demon Robo known as the Neutron Falcon, the Cosmic Falcon becomes the Millennium Guardian - Quasar Falcon, and in this form actually exceeds Starizer in power, though it is still weaker than Great Shogun Starizer would be. Unfortunately, the Astro Falcons cannot stay in the Cosmic Falcon formation indefinitely, as the power consumption required to maintain the Gattai Linkups is quite significant, placing a notable time limit on how long Cosmic Falcon can operate. The Cosmic Falcon's attacks are primarily named after bird-related things, such as its Feather Flare Flasher, Tachyon Talon Punch and Star Flock Missile Burst.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 3:28 pm


Tried my hand at a Getter Robo classic look for Thunder Robo, not overly happy with it though.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 3:50 pm

I like the look overall, particularly the cheesy lightning bolts on the shoulders, but I'm not a fan of the knee pads. I'd go with round ones and maybe inlay the bolt pattern. This has a classic anime look....which is perfect since he's meant to be a little last generation....

For Starizer, I'd go a little more modern/techno looking...but this definitely gets the ball rolling...looking forward to Yzz's designs as well...

I think the name Millenium Fighter Cosmic Falcon is funny...possibly tempting fate, but funny...

Now, we were talking about having an earth-bound protector as well. Maybe the earthlings use a next-gen Turbo Robo to battle the Sub-Terrors? (Maybe me and Bard can contribute more ideas to that)
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 4:05 pm

I'm actually after a form that could sensibly be converted into a more modern super robot for the Starizer, and I'll also have a go at designing the other 12 (!) robots. I'll let you guys have some fun designing and developing the Earth Robo, I just really wanted Battlestar Galactica with (Bigger) Robots. Also, letting the guys not so familiar with Super Robots might make it nicely different from Starizer.

Also, if anyone is curious, the Galaxian Robo Force (in order of power, with the first 5 all pretty much equivalent) that I've fleshed out is as follows:

Astro Falcon Alpha
Astro Falcon Beta
Astro Falcon Gamma
Astro Falcon Delta
Astro Falcon Epsilon
Demon Traitor Neutron Falcon
Excel Fighter Thunder Robo
Millennium Warrior Cosmic Falcon
-Millennium Champion Quasar Falcon
Space Warrior Starizer
-Great Shogun Starizer
Astro Warrior Grand Nova
-Astro Champion Supreme Supernova
Space King Galaxizer
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:01 pm

I like the look, Vagrant. I agree that the knee pads may be a bit much (or possibly just too large), and I would reverse one of them so that they "mirror" each other, but overall I think it's a great start.

argosail wrote:
Now, we were talking about having an earth-bound protector as well. Maybe the earthlings use a next-gen Turbo Robo to battle the Sub-Terrors? (Maybe me and Bard can contribute more ideas to that)

Works for me. Just throwing this out there, because I'm big on classical mythologies: Maybe the earth-bound robot is composed of 4 parts, one for each of the classical elements that supposedly make up the planet?
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:05 pm

So since I have had a chance to sit down, review my Super Robo series and really take some time with it, here's my current version of how I picture Excel Fighter Thunder Robo:


By the way, the dark blue forearm parts aren't solid disks or anything, they're meant to be Tesla Coils that are attached to the arms by hardpoints or something.

EDIT: Lulz, Bard, your idea sounds a lot like the Elementalist team I mentioned in one of my first posts here Razz I think just as a general idea the concept of a "robot" as such being made of fire/water/wind/earth is maybe a little too offbeat. Attacking with those elements? Definitely. Powered by an interchangeable "Elemental Core" that alters its physical characteristics and its look somewhat based on which one it uses? For sure. Being actually composed of the elements and nothing much of anything else? Eh, that seems more like the domain for a telekinetic dude with a penchant for showing off, or something.

Also, Argo & Bard, are you thinking this will be a one-piece model or a combiner model?


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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:20 pm

VERY impressive design, Vagrant. Love the look, the color scheme... The whole thing works for me!

Vagrant wrote:
I think just as a general idea the concept of a "robot" as such being made of fire/water/wind/earth is maybe a little too offbeat. Attacking with those elements? ... Being actually composed of the elements and nothing much of anything else? Eh, that seems more like the domain for a telekinetic dude with a penchant for showing off, or something.
Sorry, I should have been clearer. I meant 4 vehicles, mecha, robots, whatever, each focused on one element. Like, spinning off the top of my head, maybe animal-shaped robots designed to resemble an eagle, a dragon, a crocodile, and a bull. Or 4 smaller robots, each colored to connect to an element. I wasn't suggesting just "building" the robot out nothing but the elements (although that might be neat to consider if we ever wanted to do a giant robo concept with a magical base, instead of a scientific one...).

Vagrant wrote:
Also, Argo & Bard, are you thinking this will be a one-piece model or a combiner model?
Obviously, I was thinking of a combiner, but I'm not married to that idea. I could easily work with just a one-piece model (which might actually make a bit more sense so that this "character" stands out as different from the Thunder-Robo concept).
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:26 pm

Glad you like the design. I wouldn't bother with the magical construct simply because I already have such a team on the boil. But tying it to the four elements is definitely a strong starting idea. I have some ideas but I would rather let you guys run with it to see what you get. Personally I like the idea of a non-combining robot though. Remember the rules of super robots though: it must always be awesome. That's about it really.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:00 am

Okay, maybe you guys didn't watch Voltron...

Red Lion - flame attack (stored in magma)
Green Lion - hurricane attack (stored in giant tree)
Blue Lion - water attack (stored under water)
Yellow Lion - sand blast attack (stored under sand dunes)

I like the idea of different mythological creatures though, like the phoenix...

Nice design Vagrant..much more distinctive and modern....


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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:21 am

Oh, I've seen Voltron. It's based on the elements, sure, but if Bard can come up with a nice alternative idea around the elements thing then it's worth considering.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Aug 03, 2011 12:09 am

argosail wrote:
Okay, maybe you guys didn't watch Voltron...
Yeah, I did, and I feel like a total idiot for not remembering that little fact. Okay, let's just forget the combiner elemental thing and go with a standard robot.

Again, with my penchant for combining totally irrelevant mythologies, what would you think of basing the robot on the Celtic mythological figure of the Green Man, who was an earth-god? If nothing else, I think it would give this robo a totally unique look.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Aug 03, 2011 7:33 am

Hmmm...interesting idea....so, like....a robot Swamp Thing sort of?
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Aug 03, 2011 8:14 am

argosail wrote:
Hmmm...interesting idea....so, like....a robot Swamp Thing sort of?

I hadn't thought of it that way, but I suppose that's one way of looking at it. Here's a great Green Man head pic:

http://www.runelords.com/images/artwork/green_man_2.jpg

I don't recall seeing any (or many) giant robos in green, and I imagined lasers or lighting bolts or something being fired from the horns. All of the attacks would based on earth forces: Hyper Magma Blast, Electro Vine Capture, etc.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Aug 03, 2011 12:15 pm

Just scribbling down some more ideas for the Falcons, more ideas or suggestions for change are welcome. I've obviously gone for the "Individual roles" thing with these fighters, like most 5 Man Bands.

Astro Falcon Alpha: Piloted by the strategic leader of the Falcon Squad, this fighter is a space superiority fighter, with excellent maneuvering and combat speed but low endurance and armor. Its weapons are rapid-fire laser machine guns and energizing blade-tipped wings, for close range dogfighting, as well as a pair of anti-fighter missiles. It features a high-speed booster that can operate for very short periods of time to allow for surprise blade attacks and the like.

Astro Falcon Beta: Piloted by the team's navigator and data analyst and the largest ofg the Astro Falcon fighters, Beta is a full-spectrum support craft, with excellent data collection and distribution skills. Used correctly, it can locate and lock on to even very fast or stealthy foes, and acts as the Falcons' coordination system. Though its sensory equipment is quite fragile for the most part it's quite well armoured, though it is also rather slow as it usually hangs back at the rear of an engagement to provide support. Its weapons include a limited rack of high-precision advanced penetrator missiles and a dual laser machine-gun turret.

Astro Falcon Gamma: Fulfilling the heavy bombardment role of the group, Gamma is a slow, unwieldy tank of a fighter, loaded up with twin multi-fire missile pods, as well as a variety of other missile types and amounts, for bombardment of larger and tougher targets, as well as a complement of smaller anti-fighter missiles, but packs only a single nose-mounted autocannon for non-explosive attack. It has a good single-target locking system, but in conjunction with Beta's SWACS it can target multiple targets at a time.

Astro Falcon Delta: The high speed combat unit of the Astro Falcons, Delta is intended to get in, strike and get out, and to act as an interceptor for destroying less maneuverable fighters and small targets like bombers. It has a high output engine, with a short-term sprint overbooster to push it to incredible speeds. Because it is such a fast fighter it sacrifices maneuverability at those high speeds, but is one of the more agile Falcons at lower speeds. Designed to be light and have mostly engine space, Delta is lightly armed with a single laser cannon and a pair of Kinetic Energy Missiles that can penetrate through armour and deal very precise strike damage.

Astro Falcon Epsilon: The last of the Astro Falcons, Epsilon is the stealth model fighter, designed with an invisibility cloak and kinetic projectile machineguns that can fire through the cloak. It has a broad-spectrum sensor dampening suite that can be activated aqt the cost of extra energy, and is a quiet- and cold-running model. The weapons are also silenced, though in space this tends to be a non-issue anyway. The fighter is able to hover in place and move at a slow pace with complete silence using magnetic vectoring rather than its ion engine. As a stealth fighter Epsilon is also able to close to melee combat range, and as such has a pneumatic mag-grapple/harpoon that it can use to reel in or hook to other objects.

Devil Traitor Neutron Falcon: Designed out of Demon Robo technology, the Neutron Falcon is a jack of all trades fighter, with a pair of light blaster cannons and a continuous fire pulse wave cannon installed in its nose. When utilising its own Demon Robo core the pulse wave cannon is not extraordinarily strong, designed primarily for sustained assault against a single spot on a target to gradually break through armor and thus not at all suited to anti-fighter roles. However, when using a Gattai Linkup to combine with an auxilliary energy source it can direct the energy through its own Energy Resonance System to power up the Pulse Wave Cannon by folds or even orders of magnitude. The main asset of the Neutron Falcon is its ability to Gattai Link with other Galaxian machines to enhance their own flow of power and provide some additional abilities with its modular upgrade system.

EDIT: Just noting down a different system where each ship could be specialised more around their Signature Weapons more so than role. Aside from some regular laser machine guns each has a Power Laser and a Heavy/Support weapon, as below:

Alpha: Piercing Spiral Laser / Defender Modules / Jump Drive

Beta: Gravity Crusher Laser / Splitter Missiles / Energy Shield

Gamma: Expanding Ring Laser / Wave Blades / High Speed Overbooster

Delta: Perimeter Disc Laser / EMP Sphere / AWACS + Fire Targeting

Epsilon: Wave Motion Laser / Rotary Drill / Stealth Shield

Neutron: Homing Pulse Laser / Snare Harpoon / Energy Resonance System


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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:12 pm

Bard,

Hmmm...I can see how you were inspired by that image. It would be interesting to design a wise, old bearded looking robot...like a robo Tree Beard or that weird version of Jetfire in Revenge of the Fallen (only, hopefully, with less farting attached). But jokes aside, it would be unique...

But here's what I'm thinking...a wise looking robot should embody old world knowledge, so I'm thinking the thing should actually be powered by magic and both very powerful and very mysterious. For that reason, I propose it's not the star of the show...it's an ancient thing that nobody really knows the origin of, and no one really believes to exist. But one day, it shows up to stop some surface villains from inadvertantly destroying the earth, and the Terran government sends its champion against it, thinking it is another Sub-Terror. It nearly wipes the floor with the Terran champion robo, but the misunderstanding is cleared up and Green Man disappears into the earth, only to occassionally re-emerge to aid the Terrans against the Sub-Terrors in humanity's most desperate hours...

I'm thinking it is operated by a young desert nomad that is equally mysterious and hard to find ( though he does dwell on the surface with the rest of human). I'm thinking something like Denzel's character in The Book of Eli combined with the video game character Strider.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:41 pm

Partial concept for Thunder Robo/Starizer (inb4 I suck at drawing);



Incidentally, I've been reading the Getter Robo manga...It's HARDCORE. Everyone of the "heroes" seems to be at least mildy psychotic.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Aug 03, 2011 3:19 pm

Uh oh! Design clash! How will we decide which Thunder Robo to use? I like your Starizer though.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Thu Aug 04, 2011 5:33 pm

Since it's a little more complete, I think I prefer Vagrant's version of Thunder Robo. I definitely think Yzz has created a good starting point for Starizer though. It actually looks like an evolution of Vagrant's design. While the yellow and red looks a little loud on Yzz's Thunder, I'm wondering if we could use more red in Vagrant's Thunder, to reserve the blue for Starizer (blue and yellow seeming like a more spacey/cosmic color scheme to me). Just a thought. Different colors would help distinguish the bots.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Fri Aug 05, 2011 11:05 am

Okay, how about this for the earth robot. With the Excel Fighter Thunder Robo off in space with the Galaxians, humanity was unprepared for the rising of the Angrathians, a hideously deformed race created eons ago when an insectoid race that dominate the planet in prehistory was overcome by a form of intelligent fungus. Their society fell and the two lifeforms fell into a state of suspended animation near the earth's core, combining into one horrific species, which has awakened and now wants the planet back.

A group of scientists gathered parts of former robos from various museums around the world and strove to combine them into a new fighter robo, while they trained a new pilot. The had no luck until the pilot's disabled younger brother, a genius, sneaked into the lab one night and solved the computer glitch that had been giving them trouble. Seeking for a name for the new device, the scientists took the suggestion of the brother (a fan of mythology) when he said, "Well, since we finally got it to mesh, why not call it Earth Fighter Gilgamesh?"
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Jan 18, 2012 1:11 pm


I took the liberty of vectoring Vagrant's Thunder Robo. Hope you don't mind.

I'm toying with the idea of the Falcons as an interchangeable core-lander type docking system. Any thoughts on that?
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Jan 18, 2012 1:21 pm

Oh hey, that looks pretty darn awesome. This interchangeable core docker system, what exactly would it entail? A single fighter docks into the Thunder Robo/Starizer to change its performance in some way? I'm intrigued by the name, would love to hear some more details of your idea here.
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PostSubject: Re: Do we need some OS Kaiju &/or Super Robots?   Wed Jan 18, 2012 2:38 pm

Here is more or less what I had in mind.



Coreless Thunder Robo, Fighter/Falcon, Thunder Robo with the fighter docked

You could have core-fighters/Falcons with different abilities or you could simply change fighters (and pilots) on the fly.

I think the fighter would be a cool v-fin for a larger robot too, personally.




Gundam Seed had attachments that attached on the back of the Gundam and an air fighter than were interchangeable. The Gundam also had a defense similar to a polarized hull, and the packs needed to be switch mid-battle to use the packs internal batteries to power the Phase-Shift Armor.

Seed used a long-range sniper attachment, a melee attachment, and a maneuverability attachment.

Having some sort of docking fighter is a staple of the Gundam franchise. The original series had a fighter that became the cockpit that were interchangable between the Gundam and the Guntank; G Gundam had a similar thing without interchangability, and Gundam Seed had the striker packs.
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