Throne Of Seal - 05.mkv
While the demons were rising, mankind was about to become extinct. Six temples rose, and protected the last of mankind. A young boy joins the temple as a knight to save his mother. During his journey of wonders and mischief in the world of temples and demons, will he be able to ascend to become the strongest knight and inherit the throne?
Throne of Seal - 05.mkv
While the demons were rising, mankind was about to become extinct. Six temples rose and protected the last of mankind. A young boy joins the temple as a knight to save his mother. During his journey of wonders and mischief in the world, while the demons were rising, mankind was about to become extinct. Six temples rose and protected the last of mankind. A young boy joins the temple as a knight to save his mother. During his journey of wonders and mischief in the world of temples and demons, will he be able to ascend to become the strongest knight and inherit the throne of temples and demons, will he be able to ascend to become the strongest knight and inherit the throne?
Power armour is fully sealed, isolating the wearer from the outside environment and protecting him from chemical and/or biological weapons and toxic atmospheres. It also commonly includes numerous auxiliary systems such as radio frequency communicators, auto-senses, etc.
In the armour's earliest incarnation, the suit was not fully sealed or life-supporting, this being unnecessary while its use was still confined solely to Terra. Over the history of the Imperium, power armour has developed into many different forms. Need, circumstances and the recovery of new materials and lost advanced technology, so-called archeotech, has shaped the armour's evolution.
The Mark IV suit's helmet was a completely new design, the basic shape inspired by the sweeping front of the Mark III. In the Mark IV and later patterns the helmet was no longer fixed to the armour's neck plates, but moved with the wearer's head while still maintaining an environmental seal. This advancement represented the Artificers' increasing experience with neural connector gear and the new materials which flooded into the Martian workshops as the Great Crusade progressed.
The absence of a helmet does mean that the Astartes loses the Auto-senses that are housed within his armour, so those Space Marines who favour this custom often utilize earpieces or ocular enhancement devices, either as temporary additions or bionic replacements. Additionally, to insure a correct environmental seal, some of the proper rituals must be followed, which can take several more solar minutes.
It is a subpattern of technologically-advanced battlegear which shares design elements with both the power armour of the ancient Legiones Astartes and the silicate-mesh of Selenite void-mail, though unlike either of those famed armours, it is not -- at least without additional gearing -- fully environmentally sealed or designed for extended operations.
In King's Landing, Cersei Lannister has finally seized the power that she has craved for many years. In one swift move, she has eliminated nearly all of her enemies, rivals, and obstructions; Queen Margaery Tyrell, Lord Mace Tyrell, Ser Loras Tyrell, Cersei's uncle Ser Kevan Lannister, Grand Maester Pycelle, the High Sparrow, and most of - if not all - members of the Faith Militant were killed when the Great Sept of Baelor was destroyed using large amounts of wildfire, an event orchestrated by Cersei. She has crowned herself the undisputed Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, with Qyburn as her Hand and the undead knight Ser Gregor Clegane at her side. After nearly four decades of serving as the power behind the throne, House Lannister has finally become the new royal house. However, Cersei is still haunted by the prophecy she was told during her childhood, which claimed that the deaths of her three (future) children would predate her own; Joffrey, Myrcella, and Tommen are all dead, Tommen having taken his own life shortly after the Sept's destruction. This has made Cersei all the more determined to crush her enemies once and for all, but the number of her enemies has just increased exponentially. Though she now sits on the Iron Throne, she has effectively undone all of Tywin Lannister's efforts to ensure that his family stay in power as her actions have undoubtedly earned her the hatred of all of Westeros. Most of the realm is either in open rebellion against the Iron Throne or has fallen out of her allies' control, leaving Cersei effectively as the Queen of King's Landing and the lands owned by the Lannisters. It is the beginning of the end.
The main advantage of this variant helmet is that it did not have to be fixed to the armour's neck plates, instead moving with the wearer's head while still maintaining an environmental seal. It also possessed the same type of auto-sense components as early-production Terminator Armour as well as an enhanced respiration mask which allowed for operation in the most hostile environments such as 'Zone Mortalis' warzones or the cold vaccuum of space.
The suit itself is a highly modified Mark II with the addition of fixed armour plates to the body and limbs and a new heavy armoured armoured helmet. The sloping plates of this helmet were intended to deflect shot to the left and right, and was to inspire the later Mark IV and Mark VI helmet designs. In the Mark III pattern and later versions, the helmet was no longer fixed to the armour's neck plates, but moved with the wearer's head while still maintaining an environmental seal. No Space Marine forces were ever equipped solely with this mark although many modem Chapters still use Mark III armour for boarding actions and tunnel fighting.
Called by the epithet "Lord of All Siege Armour" by the artificers who designed it, the Mark IIIΩ "Callistus" Sub-Pattern represents a shift in Power Armour design philosophy, being more of a standalone variant than a sub-variety of the Iron Armour template. Utilizing advanced technologies which would be further refined in the Mark IV "Maximus" Pattern Power Armour, the Callistus Pattern introduced more advanced sensors and servo actuators, while also lessening the weight of the armoured plating itself without compromising its protective ability. The Armour was also void-hardened by design, possessing a self-sealing gel layer to ensure that armour breaches were filled with an air-tight seal, and could optionally be equipped with extended oxygen tanks to ensure that the wearer could operate for extended periods of time in the vacuum. Although its armoured plating remained cumbersome even for an Astartes, the reduction in weight granted by its superior ceramite alloy allowed its superhuman wearer to operate for much longer without succumbing to fatigue.
This variant, crafted by the Forge World of Tvastar, features additional plating on the torso and legs and a new helm and pauldrons, forged in the style of Mk III armour. Like the Mk III armour it resembles, this suit is well suited to breaching actions and assaults, due to the enhanced protection it provides to frontal hits. It retains the ability to mount the signature gorget of the main Mk X, though some prefer to discard it, due to improved helmet mobility over the slightly increased risk of a hit to the neck seal.
A handful of extant accounts, now sealed beyond all retrieval, makes reference to a loosely-termed and non-formal class of Astartes warrior known as the "Blackshields" - small, mysterious forces of Space Marine outcasts, marauders and those of uncertain allegiances or origin. Regardless of their true loyalites or intentions, mystery and suspicion attached themselves to such warriors.
It is a sub-pattern of technologically-advanced battlegear which shares design elements with both the power armour of the ancient Legiones Astartes and the silicate-mesh of Selenite void-mail, though unlike either of those famed armours, it is not - at least without additional gearing - fully environmentally sealed or designed for extended operations. 041b061a72