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The Rise of the Monumetals (II)

The Rise of the Monumetals (II)

Centuries have passed since humans abandoned earth. They settled in the twin planets of ArchKnot Op. 9 and ArchKnot Que. The war against the Xeponiks rages on. The giants from the asteroid belts attack frequently. Though the humans have advanced a great deal in their weaponry but they are still no match for the marauders of galaxy. With the end of world eminent again, the Jamodoras finally broke their silence. In the council of the elementals, the Jamodoras revealed the Nirmaya‘s gift, Prakriti. Unparalleled in beauty and seven seas of serenity. The power of nature, the heart of life.

The creation of a fleet of Monumetals began. In the far reaches of the Terracorda Bridge, the answer to the aggression of Xeponiks began to be written in metal and fluid. 42 monumetals would be created to guard the ArchKnot planets. And Mech City Xion on Zelta Sphere 7 would become the home of the monumetals. With each monumetal is born a mech angel. In the mech angel lies the power of the Prakriti. Human’s final hope for survival now lay with the metal giants and their spirit angels.


Artist: Moon Arun | Brought to life by: Brainpan Studio 

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