>Year is 202X >Japanese Truck and Japanese Cold have divided Japan into 8 Districts >Each ruling 4 of these districts >Oppression is abound >Last of the JDF transport the last hope of Japan from Osaka to Tokyo, only to be ambushed by Japanese Trucks >A small Japanese boy stumbles upon the Last Hope of Japan >An armor that grants the wielder the strength of a Thousand Japanese Trucks >And Shrinks the User down to the size of a Virus to fight the Japanese Cold 1v1 >Unfortunately, the armor's prototype AI system bonds with him as he puts it on to fight a squadron of Japanese Trucks >Now he must join the resistance in order to take glorious nippon back from the gaijin, I mean, Trucks and Viruses.
>>138304875 Japanese cold is actually bacteria caused. The reason it is so deadly is because of the retarded Japs use to take antibiotics for everything-because no cough syrups were allowed in the country for some retarded reason and they thought that antibiotics would work for everything- and now no standard antibiotic works for it anymore.
>>138303949 >Japanese truck driver invested with Japanase cold do what Japanese truck drives do, pass out and kill pedestrian >people near accident are infected, infection may spread also to hospital with victims or police station if driver is undamaged and arrested >anyone not killed probably is forced to seek new job, and they become japanase truck drivers since it only requirements is to as far as into public road >cycle repeat
Those will never go against each other, but work together.
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