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Lord Armor
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Lord
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Title: Flash Knight
Flash Knights
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  • Lord Saber

Lord is a purple-blue Makai Armor that specializes in saber combat. Whoever wields the armor will take the title of Lord the Flash Knight (閃光騎士・狼怒(ロード)Senkō Kishi Rōdo, lit. "Wolf's Rage"). The armor once belonged to Gōki Fudō; it was inherited by Leo Fudō after his death.

Description & CharacteristicsEdit

Lord is the light purple-blue Makai Armor of ornate design with gold outlines on them. While it is themed after a wolf the other armors, the ears are shaped like a horn, giving it a bull-like design. Like other armors, it has a symbol on its solar plexus functioned to disengage the armor in emergency situations such as Lost Soul Beast transformation.

For combat, the knight is armed with a Makai Blade that takes the appearance of a straight makai blade resembling a tai chi sword. When the user dons the Lord armor, the sword turns into a large saber. As demonstrated by Leo, Lord can perform a special drill attack with its saber but the armor has yet to display any special gimmicks. It can also perform Blazing Armament as expected from Makai Armor, but the extent of its skill with the said technique is yet to revealed. In spite of this, Leo displayed impressive combat abilities in his own right thanks to his Makai Priest training.

Being a titled armor, Lord also possesses a Madōba, but its abilities and appearance yet to be revealed. Sadly, Lord also one of the Makai Armors whose bearers' bloodline has been poorly documented by the Makai Order in spite of its importance as shown in events of GARO: Makai Flash Knight, so much that at least only 4 individuals who aware with its existence until its current bearer Leo Fudō made his status as Makai Knight known: Golden Knight Garo Kouga Saejima, Sigma Fudō, and Gōki Fudō. Overall, Lord is formidable in combat.

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Notes & TriviaEdit

  • Roudo can either be Road, Load, or Lord; since it is written in kanji.

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