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The Ialdabaoth and Valefor are fictional robots in the Super Robot Wars series. The Ialdabaoth has appeared as a playable unit Super Robot Wars Compact 3, while the Valefor was an enemy unit, but made playable later in the game. Both units made a brief, playable appearance in the bonus segment of Super Robot Wars Original Generations, but they are fully playable once again in Super Robot Wars Original Generation Gaiden.

The names of both units are taken from the names of demons: the Ialdabaoth is derived from an alternative Gnostic name for the Demiurge, while the Valefor is an alternate spelling of Valefar.

AppearanceEdit

The Ialdabaoth is an unusual mech, given a predominantly red color scheme, with yellow highlights for the head, hands and feet. One of its main, distinguishable features is that it sports a long, thick, grey mane from its head, acting like its hair and cape. The Valefor is essentially the Ialdabaoth's brother unit, physically appearing the same. Its color scheme is predominantly blue, however, with red highlights for the head, hands and feet. Instead of the Ialdabaoth's signature mane, the Valefor sports thick, red tendrils as its hair.

Technical And HistoricalEdit

The Ialdabaoth and the Valefor are the personal Shura Gods (修羅神 Shurashin?) of Shura warriors, Folka Albark and Phernand Albark, respectively. As Shura Gods, they drain its pilot's life energy and turns it into its strength. The side effect of this system is that the user will have his/her lifespan shortened. Both Folka and Phernand have used their Shura Gods numerous times, whenever they enter into combat, although they seem unfazed at the hazards their machines can do.

Much like Axel Almer's Soulgain, the Ialdabaoth and Valefor sports no visible weapons. Instead, it totally relies on energy manipulations and martial art techniques. A technology similar to the Direct Motion Link System, where the mech will move according to the pilot's physical movement, is implemented to these robots. What this device is called is unknown. Complimented with Folka and Phernand mastering the Machine God Fist (機神拳 Kishinken?) fighting style (a fictional martial arts-like fighting style seemingly to be based upon the Hokuto Shinken of the Fist of the North Star fame, due to the tendencies of the attack kanji name to appear on screen after the user (usually) recite the attack name after the end of the attack) which goes greatly with the machine, this makes the Ialdabaoth and Valefor a pair of rather fearsome machines.

When Folka discovers his new reason to live for the Shura, other than fighting, the Ialdabaoth would resonate with his newly, awakened feelings and become strengthened. Its power is exponentially greater than its original form, giving its appearance a predominantly white color, with the mane-like hair on its hair shimmering in crimson red, and its faceplate removed. As well, this full-powered form of the Ialdabaoth, known as the Ialdabaoth (Apotheosized) (ヤルダバオト(神化) Yarudabaoto (Shinka)?), no longer requires life energy for strength, bringing an advantage to Folka, in his fight with his enemies. Phernand would also be able to access this ability, turning his Valefor into its true form. However, it keeps its original appearance, albeit donning a full red cape and igniting its tendril-like hair.

In Compact 3, the Valefor evolved permanently, until its destruction, but in Original Generation Gaiden, it can only evolve temporarily, serving in the final attack of its original form.

SpecificationsEdit

IaldabaothEdit

Model Number: N/A

Height: 24.7 meters

Weight: 77.2 tons

Weapon Systems:

  • Machine God Fist (機神拳 Kishin Ken?)
    In Compact 3, the Ialdabaoth rushes to the enemy and delivers rapid punches to the enemy.
    • In the Original Generation games, the Ialdabaoth jumps to the back of its enemy and delivers a stunning backhand strike. It follows up with a flurry of kicks that eventually sends the enemy upwards. As the enemy falls down, it delivers a powerful punch that knocks the enemy away.
  • Machine God Twin Beast Attack (機神双獣撃 Kishin Sōjū Geki?)
    The Ialdabaoth gathers energy around its fists and punches forward, launching two dragon-like blasts that enter the target's armor and bursting out.
  • Machine God Furious Attack Fist (機神猛撃拳 Kishin Mōgeki Ken?)
    In Compact 3, the Ialdabaoth gathers energy around its fists and delivers three punches and a series of strengthed punches that knocks the enemy far away.
    • In the Original Generation games, while powering itself up, the Ialdabaoth would walk towards the enemy, with a wasteland background in the horizon, then dash with its whole body, now glowing with life energy from its pilot. The energy paralyzes its target, and the Ialdabaoth delivers a combination of punches and kicks, and eventually launches the enemy up to the air. The Ialdabaoth would follow up by jumping to the enemy and delivers a shattering kick to the opponent, while Folka recites the name of the attack, with the Japanese kanji displayed on the screen. The opening moments of the attack, where the Ialdabaoth is seen walking forward with the camera jumping steadily closer to it, mimics the first opening animation of the Fist of the North Star anime, while the kick itself resembles one of Hokuto Shinken's techniques: Hokuto Hiei Ken.
  • Roar Supreme Machine God Fist (轟覇機神拳 Gōha Kishin Ken?)
    In Compact 3, this is an extension to the Kishin Mōgeki Ken. After knocking the enemy away, the Ialdabaoth would gather more energy to its hand and dash to the enemy, grabbing it and releasing its energy at point blank range, similar to the Shining Gundam's Shining Finger attack.
    • In Original Generation Gaiden, it involves the Ialdabaoth charging and exploding with Folka's life energy, leaving a massive crater. The machine quickly dashes forward and proceeds to hammer away at the target rapidly and lets out a final punch that causes a dragon-like ki to rise and pierce the enemy, as the area explodes and the Japanese kanji of the attack displayed on the screen. Due to its display and the tendency to show kanji after the attack is executed, fans often likened it to a technique belonging to Kenshiro of the Fist of the North Star's fame: Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken.

Ialdabaoth (Apotheosized)Edit

Model Number: N/A

Height: 24.7 meters

Weight: 77.2 tons

Weapon Systems:

  • True Supremacy Machine God Fist (真覇機神拳 Shinha Kishin Ken?)
    The Ialdabaoth gazes directly at its target. With a flash of its eyes, the enemy is temporarily stunned, and the Ialdabaoth leaps towards its target. The Ialdabaoth then proceeds to strike the enemy with lightning-fast jabs, using only one hand, as it steadily continues to walk and punch its target. Finally, it jumps at the enemy and delivers a hard kick at its torso to finish the attack.
  • True Supremacy Light Fist (真覇光拳 Shinha Kou Ken?)
    The Ialdabaoth gathers energy around its hands and launches countless energy blasts at multiple enemy targets.
  • True Supremacy Strong Palm Wave (真覇剛掌閃 Shinha Gōshou Sen?)
    The Ialdabaoth charges and explodes with Folka's life energy. Upon completion, the machine quickly dashes forward and proceeds to hammer away at the target rapidly, breaking the ground around it apart. As the dust settles, the Ialdabaoth gathers enough energy in its hand to punch the airborne enemy through a mountain in the wasteland background, shattering it completely. As Folka recites the name of the attack, with the kanji displayed on the screen, the target explodes in a spectacular fashion.
  • True Supremacy Furious Barrage (真覇猛撃烈破 Shinha Mōgeki Reppa?)
    The strongest attack of the Ialdabaoth begins with the machine resonating directly with Folka. The Ialdabaoth is now bursting with its pilot's undominable will at maximum, and summons a pair of energy-based dragons (SōHaRyu) from its hands. These dragons blanket the area with their energies, trapping the target in a dark and shadowy, inescapable dome, leaving only it and the Ialdabaoth inside. The Shura God moves in and begins to pummel the enemy -- its movements too quick for the enemy to evade. When the initial melee barrage is over, the Ialdabaoth blasts its airborne target with pure energy from the ground, sending it out of the dome. The dragons quickly assemble together and strike it, continuing to send it higher into the atmosphere. Finally, the Ialdabaoth emerges from the mouth of one of its dragons, and as Folka recites the name of the attack, the machine and the dragon pierce the target. The kanji is displayed on the screen, and the enemy explodes above the clouds.

ValeforEdit

Model Number: N/A

Height: 24.4 meters

Weight: 76.9 tons

Weapon Systems:

  • Machine God Fist (機神拳 Kishin Ken?)
    In Original Generations, the Valefor jumps to the back of its enemy and delivers a stunning backhand strike. It follows up with a flurry of kicks that eventually sends the enemy upwards. As the enemy falls down, it delivers a powerful punch that knocks the enemy away.
  • Machine God Twin Impact (機神双衝撃 Kishin Sō Shōgeki?)
    The Valefor gathers energy around its fists and punches forward, launching two dragon-like blasts that enter the target's armor and bursting out.
  • Machine God Roaring Attack Fist (機神轟撃拳 Kishin Gōgeki Ken?)
    While powering itself up, the Valefor would perform a few arm gestures, with a wasteland background in the horizon, then dash with its whole body, now glowing with life energy from its pilot. It delivers a combination of punches and kicks, and eventually launches the enemy up to the air. The Valefor would follow up by jumping to the enemy and delivers a shattering kick to the opponent, while Phernand recites the name of the attack, with the Japanese kanji displayed on the screen.
  • True Supremacy Machine God Roaring Attack Fist (真覇機神轟撃拳 Shinha Kishin Gōgeki Ken?) The strongest attack of the Valefor begins with the machine resonating directly with Phernand. In the process, the Valefor evolves, revealing its monstrous face, and summons a pair of energy-based dragons from its hands. These dragons blanket the area with their energies, trapping the target in a dark and shadowy, inescapable dome, leaving only it and the Valefor inside. The Shura God moves in and begins to pummel the enemy -- its movements too quick for the enemy to evade. When the initial melee barrage is over, the Valefor lets loose a final punch that sends its airborne target into oblivion, while Phernand recites the name of the attack.

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