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Gai is a silver-blue Makai Armor that specializes in archery combat. Whoever wields the armor shall take the title of Gai the Sky Bow Knight (天弓騎士・牙射（ガイ） Tenkyū Kishi Gai, lit. "Fanged Shooting"). The armor is currently wielded by Aguri Kusugami.
Description & CharacteristicsEdit
Gai is a Makai Armor with blue and silver coloration and two trailing red scarfs on the hip. As with other Makai Armors in Ryūga-verse series, the armor is created from Zedom seed-based Soul Metal. Unique among Makai Armors, Gai possesses a pinkish visor on its helmet instead of a pair of wolf-like optics.
In contrast to other Makai Knights whose makai blades usually fashioned into bladed weapons such as spears, axes, or swords, Gai's makai blade is fashioned into a longbow with both limbs outfitted with Soul Metal blades instead. This is mainly because the armor specializes in archery combat, giving it a greater advantage in its attack range. In normal conditions, Gai's Longbow is an ornate bow with two makai blades attached to both its upper and lower limbs. In its activated form, the longbow takes a more powerful form with its makai blades becoming four retractable scythes that protrude upwards; two located on the upper limb with the other two on the lower limb.
In spite of the armor primarily specializes in archery combat, Gai is also capable of engaging enemies in close quarters just as much as engaging them in distance. This is because the armor possesses generic attributes of Makai Armor (which includes resistance against physical and magical punishments) and its longbow can also be utilized as melee weapon thanks to its blades. Other than the ability to engage in melee combat, the armor appeared appears to lack any special gimmicks. Overall, Gai is a formidable armor.
Tools & EquipmentEdit
- Gai Bow & Arrows: Unlike most armors which are donned by using their respective Makai Ken, the Gai Armor is summoned with its dual bladed bow. On their own, the arrow can pierce weak walls and windows.
Notes & TriviaEdit
- Alongside Zen, Gai is completely 100% graphically made. Unlike previous armors, where there was at least a physical prop, the production crew utilized motion capture and CG rendering to feature Gai in the series.
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