There is perhaps no single ship that is more symbolic of the Empire of Kilrah than the bat-winged Dralthi fighter. A string of early successes combined with a distinct silouette permanently imprinted the Dralthi in the minds of its human opponents. This psychological impact was furthered by the fighter's huge production run - it was the most commonly encountered fighter by Wing Commanders in the Vega Sector theater of operations.
"I want, what they want, and every other guy who came over here and spilled his guts and gave everything he had, wants! For our country to love this shirt as much as we love it! That's what I want!"
Metal Gear D was developed by Dr. Drago Pettrovich Madnar for Zanzibar Land in 1998, much like the prototype TX-55 was for Outer Heaven, three years prior.
Zanzibar Land had intended to mass-produce Metal Gear D, with a total of 21 units serving within the country's Tactical Army, divided among 3 Special Task Forces. A small-scaled version, known as Metal Gear G (codenamed "Gustav") was also to have undergone mass-production.
However, neither of these plans would ultimately be realized.
While technically "Females and finances don't mix" this variation is a popular twist on an ancient hew-mon proverb originating in the early pre-warp, currency-driven 20th Century.
A rule that every Ferengi DaiMon worth his weight in gold pressed latinum would be wise to remember!
Founded circa 1873 and rebuilt in 2016 Coal Hill Academy formally Coal Hill Secondary located on Foreman Street in Shoreditch, London is a place where the walls of space and time stretch incredibly thin and where monsters beyond imagination break through and wreak havoc upon the Earth.