Original Run: February 07, 1987 to January 30, 1988
Dragonar takes place in the year 2087, when a
military force called the Lunar Empire of Giganos has risen and captured
the Moon. Their stated goal is the rebirth of mankind, but their primary
intention by some of its members is the destruction of all those who
dwell on Earth. To this end, the Empire uses humanoid battle machines
called Metal Armors, as well as a gigantic mass driver cannon.
Originally intended to send lunar material to Earth orbit for later
retrieval, the Mass driver is reconfigured to launch small meteorites
towards the home world.
By the time the story takes place many bombardments have already taken
place. The Earth Alliance, unable to compete with the Giganos military
might, manages to steal three prototype Metal Armors with plans to
reverse-engineer them with the help of exiled Giganos scientists.
However, the ship carrying the Dragonars (posing as a refugee ship) is
chased to a neutral colony by Giganos, and an attack is staged to
retrieve them. Kaine, Tapp and Light, three friends and EA trainees, are
on the colony during the attack, and find a dying Giganos spy who gives
them three disks.
Chased by Giganos' weapons, the trio enters the colony's dock and finds
the Dragonars. Using the disks, they activate the machines and use them
to protect the colony. However, since the Dragonars are keyed to only be
operable by their initial user, the three friends find themselves forced
to become the Earth Alliance's first Metal Armor pilots, faced against
the advanced technology and veterans of the Giganos forces.
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