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Just wanted to know if there's a translation of his file?

Of all the zoalords, I realised he's the one I know the least about.

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it used to be all available, but now the wiki pages seem to have completely disappeared. the VDF doesn't seem to be available either - http://www.japan-legend.com/forums/topic/904-guyver-visual-data-files-scanlation-project/

you might see something useful by reading through that entire thread, but there is a lot to sift through.

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4 hours ago, The Human Hunter said:

Just wanted to know if there's a translation of his file?

Of all the zoalords, I realised he's the one I know the least about.

There is no HD version of this sadly.

And the Visual Data Files stopped at book 15... Purgstall's data file was in the back of book 16.

The only other data is from the Data file books from the ADV DVDs... And it is not very much.

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7 hours ago, Matt Bellamy said:

There is no HD version of this sadly.

And the Visual Data Files stopped at book 15... Purgstall's data file was in the back of book 16.

The only other data is from the Data file books from the ADV DVDs... And it is not very much.

Thanks Matt. 

The data file gives a good idea of how powerful he is, turning skyscrapers to ash is no small feat, and gives a rough idea of his power set but dose no explain how is powers actually work.

I can only think that it functions in a similur manner to Great Mazinger's Thunder Break. He release energy into the atmosphere, stimulating the process that creates natural lightning. That would go a long way to explain why he's physically not very powerful. To not only generate that phenomenon but also control it with such accuracy likely requires a lot of complex systems, which dose not leave a lot of room for much else. His ability to channel and use electivity at mid/close was likely built in to counter his lack power, as seen with his chest lightning and eclectic barrier. His heat resistance is only natural given his power set and as dose his energy absorption. 

Edit: I'll have to double check but I think his Zoacrystal Beam may be better then Guyot and Imakarum, from memory they only ever produced blasts from theirs while Purgstall fires a full beam. 

I have to say it really shows just how arrogant the Rough Zoalords were when they mocked him. Yes he cannot create black holes or destroy a city in one blast but in a battle most other Zoalord seen wouldn't walk away undamaged.

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3 hours ago, The Human Hunter said:

Thanks Matt. 

The data file gives a good idea of how powerful he is, turning skyscrapers to ash is no small feat, and gives a rough idea of his power set but dose no explain how is powers actually work.

I can only think that it functions in a similur manner to Great Mazinger's Thunder Break. He release energy into the atmosphere, stimulating the process that creates natural lightning. That would go a long way to explain why he's physically not very powerful. To not only generate that phenomenon but also control it with such accuracy likely requires a lot of complex systems, which dose not leave a lot of room for much else. His ability to channel and use electivity at mid/close was likely built in to counter his lack power, as seen with his chest lightning and eclectic barrier. His heat resistance is only natural given his power set and as dose his energy absorption. 

Edit: I'll have to double check but I think his Zoacrystal Beam may be better then Guyot and Imakarum, from memory they only ever produced blasts from theirs while Purgstall fires a full beam. 

I have to say it really shows just how arrogant the Rough Zoalords were when they mocked him. Yes he cannot create black holes or destroy a city in one blast but in a battle most other Zoalord seen wouldn't walk away undamaged.

Yeah, he seems to be able to manipulate the weather of the area he is in to an extent to create more power. In the right circumstance he could be incredibly dangerous.

But all the Zoalords with exception of Imakarum and possibly Archanphel suffer from the same issue. They are all great in one or two things... but suck at others. So when they fight the "All Round powerful, made to fight Archanphel" Guyver Gigantics alone, or even in a small group, they cannot hope to compete at all.

The 3 rogues have now all felt the fear of the Guyver Gigantics. They were only able to talk smack because they didn't realize just how powerful the Guyver Gigantics are.

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4 hours ago, Matt Bellamy said:

Yeah, he seems to be able to manipulate the weather of the area he is in to an extent to create more power. In the right circumstance he could be incredibly dangerous.

But all the Zoalords with exception of Imakarum and possibly Archanphel suffer from the same issue. They are all great in one or two things... but suck at others. So when they fight the "All Round powerful, made to fight Archanphel" Guyver Gigantics alone, or even in a small group, they cannot hope to compete at all.

The 3 rogues have now all felt the fear of the Guyver Gigantics. They were only able to talk smack because they didn't realize just how powerful the Guyver Gigantics are.

True Imakarum has the benefits of being a the last zoalord created so he's in theory the most advanced, plus he has the body of a gravity control type and his original bio-energy abilities on top of that. Thats a very powerful combination.

The rest are all very powerful but as you say their specialised. I'd personally say you need about 3 zoalords to have a chance of matching a gigantic. Juring the battle with Agito, had another zoalord been there to help Waferdanos and Yentsui, the best choice would have been Sin, they might have had a real chance.

 

 

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