Golden Armor Piece

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Japanese Battleship Settsu - Inter-war Period
... Washington Naval Treaty, and its weaponry and armor was removed ... mph), 16,130 ton target ship, with the removal of one boiler room (and funnel), and increased armor to be able to absorb hits from 203 mm (8 in) shells and 30 kg (66 lb) practice bombs ... Armor on the deck, funnels, and bridge were increased to enhance its ability to survive hits ...
Lego Bionicle Models - 2010 - 2010 - Bionicle Stars
... 7116 Tahu All "Bionicle Stars" come with a golden BIONICLE piece that can be placed on Tahu to create the "Golden Armor" ... Includes golden Kanohi Hau ... Includes golden armor piece ...
The Mystic Knights Of Tir Na Nog - Characters - Mystic Knights
... To win his red and gold Mystic Armor, he had to defeat the Ice Lord of Temra ... To don his armor, he shouts "Fire within me!" ... become more powerful by shouting "Battle Fury!" when he has his armor made powerful in the forge within the Mountains of Gloom ...
Gasaraki - Plot
... In ancient Japan the Gowa family create a demonic Armor in order to defeat their enemies ... Hundreds of years later this armor is exploited by the Gowa in the development of Tactical Armor for military usage and the usurpation of Japan ...
Jizmak Da Gusha - Armor
... the only character who does not wear his armor during concerts (so as not to interfere with his mobility as a drummer), with the exception of two-bladed ... These costume pieces have undergone minor changes, getting more detailed as time progressed ... (the wolf's mouth is wider and the fur is brown), and the armor is composed of exposed muscle mass (as opposed to the Roman segmental armor he wore since "Violence has Arrived") ...

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