| 6:00 PM on 03.08.2013||
Two courageous golden lions square off!
*ding, ding, ding*
Talk about a perfect victory, because Ayumu knocked Makina around with 1000% of his strength. Afterwards, Ayumu jumps into the air, as he prepares his ultimate kick. But wait, that's not a kick! Instead a foot to the face, Makina experiences the full force of Ayumu's Mystletainn attack. Ayumu wins! (7 > 0)
Lions are tonight’s keyword, and I’m in the mood for a roaring battle between two courageous super robots. With the help of his trusty assistant known as Mail Beater, Rand Travis from Super Robot Wars Z is not only a skilled repairman, but he also pilots a strong machine. Armed with its chainsaws, wrench-chucks, super nail guns, and giant multipurpose Riot-Ja Wrench, Gunleon is ready to fix things up. He used to be a cyborg that was powered by the G-Stone; however, Gai Shishio has evolved into a stronger life form with the help of Mamoru’s powers. Ladies and gentlemen, the Brave Ones have returned, because GaoGaiGar Final’s Genesic GaoGaiGar is back in action. Due to the similarities in both mech’s fighting skills, this battle is going to be one heck of a wild ride. In order to keep things even, Genesic GaoGaiGar won’t have access to the Goldion Crusher, and Gunleon will be able to use its full power.
Your votes and courageous persuasion skills will be the key to victory in this roaring battle. Be sure to add a +1 to the super lion robot that you side with, since it will let us keep track of the glowing energy going around. Gunleon and Genesic GaoGaiGar will exchange blows from today till Wednesday, so make sure that your vote goes up on time. Get ready to go to your seat, because these lions are going to be set loose!
*ding, ding, ding*
May the most courageous one win!
[Gunleon image by Tomotsuka Haruomi]
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