IRON MAN 3: The House Party Protocol
J.A.R.V.I.S. (JUST A RATHER VERY INTELLIGENT SYSTEM): You have accessed the secret files of TONY STARK. The House Party Protocol is the password unleashing the newest completed suits for IRON MAN 3. This may be the first and last time you see these Armors in action. So watching IRON MAN 3 in all its 3D glory is highly recommended.
WARNING: IRON MAN Mark XLII 42 is NOT combat ready.
For a brief introduction, lets quote Wikipedia:
Iron Man possesses powered armor that gives him superhuman strength and durability, flight, and an array of weapons. The armor is invented and worn by Stark (with occasional short-term exceptions). Other people who have assumed the Iron Man identity include Stark’s long-time partner and best friend James Rhodes; close associates Harold “Happy” Hogan; Eddie March; and (briefly) Michael O’Brien.
The weapons systems of the suit have changed over the years, but Iron Man’s standard offensive weapons have always been the repulsor rays that are fired from the palms of his gauntlets. Other weapons built into various incarnations of the armor include: the uni-beam projector in its chest; pulse bolts (that pick up kinetic energy along the way; so the farther they travel, the harder they hit); an electromagnetic pulse generator; and a defensive energy shield that can be extended up to 360 degrees. Other capabilities include: generating ultra-freon (i.e., a freeze-beam); creating and manipulating magnetic fields; emitting sonic blasts; and projecting 3-dimensional holograms (to create decoys).
In addition to the general-purpose model he wears, Stark has developed several specialized suits for space travel, deep-sea diving, stealth, and other special purposes. Stark has modified suits, like the Hulkbuster heavy armor. The Hulkbuster armor is composed of add-ons to his so-called modular armor, designed to enhance its strength and durability enough to engage the Incredible Hulk in a fight. A later model, designed for use against Thor, is modeled on the Destroyer and uses a mystical power source. Stark develops an electronics pack during the Armor Wars that, when attached to armors that use Stark technologies, will burn out those components, rendering the suit useless. This pack is ineffective on later models, however. While it is typically associated with James Rhodes, the War Machine armor began as one of Stark’s specialty armors.
Mark XV (15): The stealth suit, known as “Sneaky”. It is virtually invisible to enemy early-warning systems. A chrome colored coating on the armor can darken or lighten to match the environment.
Mark XVI (16): The black stealth suit, known as “Nightclub”. Similar to the Mark XVI armor. However, it does not have all of the weapons and is designed for stealth missions
The Godkiller Armor is another suit designed by Tony Stark for space travel. Not nearly as advanced as the Deep Space Armor, the Godkiller is most noticeable for it’s redesigned faceplate that looks unlike the majority of the Iron Man armors. Like the H.A.P.P.Y. suit, the Godkiller Armor also contains a new A.I., this time modeled after Pepper Potts.
Mark XVII (17) The artillery level RT suit, known as “Heartbreaker”. It has an oversized chest RT, which can fire powerful blasts and can fire narrow or wide beams. It can also generate a repulsor shield for protection.
Mark XXV (25) The heavy construction suit, known as “Striker”. It was designed to help with construction. Its powerful jackhammer-like arms can pulverize concrete and can withstand high temperatures and electrical surges.
Mark XXXIII (33) The enhanced energy suit, known as “Silver Centurion”. The suit has a slight protective force field, which allows it to attract or repulse objects using magnetic polarity. The suit is capable of firing pulse cannons that build in intensity the further they travel.
Mark XXXV (35) The disaster rescue suit, known as “Red Snapper”. It was designed to survive in dangerous places and has extendable arms and claws making it ideal for disaster rescue.
Mark XXXVII (37) The deep-sea suit, known as “Hammerhead”. It was designed to be able to travel to the deepest parts of the ocean where it can withstand extreme pressure, and has high-power work lights to allow visibility in murky waters
Mark XXXVIII (38) The heavy lifting suit, known as “Igor”. The suit was not designed for battle, but for heavy lifting and carrying heavy objects.
Mark XXXIX (39) The sub orbital suit, known as “Gemini”. It was designed for otherworldly journey and has an integrated, removable booster pack and zero-gravity maneuvering thrusters.
Mark XL (40) The hyper velocity suit, known as “Shotgun”. It was designed for hypersonic speed and can travel in excess of Mach 5.
Mark XLI (41) The skeleton suit, known as “Bones”. It is a black and gold, lighter version of a full Iron Man suit, with a focus on speed and maneuverability.
WARNING: IRON MAN Mark 42 is NOT combat ready.
Mark XLII (42) – is made of separate suit pieces that can individually fly to you and re form as a whole suit around your body. It works from a state of the art chip implanted in your left forearm. With that, all you need to do is concentrate for the suit to come to you and it will. After a fairly tricky trial and error session, we’ve worked out most of the kinks and the Mark XLII is the most advanced suit created to date.
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