When you think about it... How exactly do mecha in general store their energy?
I know Xabungle uses regular gas so they probably have tanks somewhere. Gundam have magic reactors so there's hydrogen/whtever they use stashed somehwere.
But where exactly? Having the tanks nearby the cockpit seems suicidal. External tanks are safer in this regard but even more of an easy target. This seems like a complicated issue for mecha engineers;
Union Flag from Gundam 00 stored the hydrogen for its plasma jet by integrating the hydrogen (in molecular level) inside its frame.
And it's not one-off idea. A blurb about Rayleonard in Armored Core For Answer loading screen also mentioned something about Rayleonard being to first to store hydrogen in similar way.
I suspect it's based on concept we have here in real life, although of course we haven't found a way to realize it yet.
i can understand that ZZ has that huge backpack or EX-S with it's hueg shoulder to store reactors or generators.
but Victory just triggers me all around.
this thing supposed to be 20X more powerful and faster than ZZ and even F91
>you can't enjoy moe and mecha
fuck you /m/, fuck you.
i hope your oh so shading manly man 80's animu got RGZ treatment.
that's 70 years almost of reactor tech
It's like being fucking surprised we have 1,500+BHP turbo diesels and turbines in tanks now when the Sherman only had like 400 or 500 in its radial.
>replying to dumb faggots from /v/ who have never seen an anime released before the 90s
Nichijou is extremely moe.
You're like one of those insecure people that can't deal with things being anime inspired because "there's no way I could like something anime!!!"
Crab type walker machines seem to have exposed fuel or coolant tanks of some sort.
Nano isn't a robot. She just has an unusual accessory.
What, you think Mechazawa's a robot just because he looks a little funny? Fuck off.
Anyone got that pic of Nano and Mechazawa together?
Literally EXPLODING KNEES should one of them ignite