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PGA-01 Azure by hhello PGA-01 Azure by hhello
This is the PGA-01 Azure. An experimental fighting GA in the Zenith Squadron. Though the paint scheme may be unconventional, there are no regulations on specific paint schemes for elite squadrons such as the Zenith Squadron. This armor is based off the I-07's ([link]) muscular frame and modified from the I/MC-07's ([link]) exterior armor plating. The main differences include the experimental FEATHER flight system, which uses multiple variable wings to increase lift, reduce drag, and increase mobility during flight. Like the I/MC-07 it utilizes experimental beam weaponry, but it also uses a newer foot design. This design is akin to the prosthesis that are used by double amputees to regain their ability to walk. In exchange they are lighter and faster due to the lost weight. Aside from the external modifications to the armor itself this unit is the one of only GAs on active duty to have an incorporated AI system giving the pilot capabilities that most humans would never achieve on their own: increased accuracy, further mobility through a more advanced fly by wire system, path prediction/limited precognition for cqc.

Performance:
Land- 120~MPH
Marine- 45 knots
Air- 1000 MPH (With a range of 3000 square miles)
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:iconvladislaus01:
the head is like one helm in halo 4
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:iconhhello:
which one exactly?
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:iconjunwoo777:
those tip toes
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:iconhhello:
Its cool right????
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:icontemplar127:
Electric sword! LIKE A BAWS!
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:iconhhello:
it turns into a jet, and bombs the russians. LIKE A BAWS
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:icongraphixs6:
GraphixS6 Aug 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don;t know why, but it reminds me of a landmate (appleseed).
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