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All throughout Asia and quickly permeating into the Western Hemisphere comes news of Chinas latest development in military technology: Zhū Què.
As one might expect from the large proud nation, any and all form of mechanization released is built with precision and is wickedly efficient in battle. Plans out of Beijing, materials out of Shanghai, and construction completed in Guangzhou, Zhū Què, named for the Vermilion Bird of the South held sacred by the ancient Chinese, is a force to be reckoned with. One might not expect much from the lack of visible weaponry in this mech, but with the second fastest flight speeds ever recorded and diamond and gold-plated halberd handle, Zhū Què does not need projectile weaponry.
While not as armored as heavier mechs, this advanced war machine makes up for it in speed. Made of several alloys and hand painted China’s luckiest colors, red and gold, this mech is no mere decoration. Enemy mechs can be speared from incredible distances and from the air, making it difficult to even get a lock on target. Piloted by Hán Mùchén, the most decorated Chinese combat pilot in the last 2 decades. There has rarely been a more dangerous duo. Together they are able to pull off barrel rolls, roundabouts, loops, and dives never thought possible.
Zhū Què has at its disposal an electromagnetic pulse; that is, it can not only detect technology from its hiding place in the cloud banks but disable it as well. Only up to date mechs and non-electric vehicles are immune to its shockwaves. When truly overwhelmed, the wings can also unfold to become spinning blades that shield from bullets.
The top brass in Beijing like to parade this mech around the country to inspire pride and awe from countrymen, using the on board, state-of-the-art language translation system to provide news in all Chinese dialects