Before the space age, armour used to be made of metal. As mankind’s understanding of the cosmos deepened, however, they discovered that there were since metals. Until now, they have only used armour iron. Now, they are discovering new elements like gold, which is perfectly beautiful. Many people find the colour anachronistic, but the colour blue is extremely useful. It can be used to communicate with other people and it is extremely effective in attacks. Blue paint over it, changing it into dark blue, turns it into a medium-level attack unit. It is, of course, very effective when it comes to the king of combat. He is serious, brave and loyal and he uses his blue paint, telling him that he wants to be a good and invincible king of the world.
Socomech was no ordinary god. He was a great gust of wind who lived in the sky and exhaled multitudes of ripples that could topple mountains and render rocks to dust, and was the creator of richness and abundance. He enjoyed this activity so much that he decided to act as a test subject. His enormous amount of energy blew a huge hole in the ground, not just a hole but a complete rift. He then flew along with the wind. Staying in contact with the breeze was easy for the king of wind. His wife, the sun goddess Uka, looked at the giant hole and sighed sadly. Although she had the power to open a bolt and light the mist at night, it was not something she did frequently, but that night, seeing his beloved husband and the hole in the sky caused her to weep. She closed the hole with a giant clap of thunder.
The Stranger was confounded, for he was well known throughout the realms of man for his wisdom, his intelligence, and yes, his brilliance. But he was also a God: a god of mysterious power, who by definition had strength beyond that of any mortal. He saw his people, in the aftermath of the battle, wandering the realm, their faces lined with the scars of battle, in search of some kind of protection. He saw the storm, and it seemed to him that it was coming. d2c66b5586