The RGM-89S Stark Jegan (Imperialish: Ned Stark Jensen) is a mech from the Gundam media franchise, with the reputation of being a particularly OPERATOR piece of machinery. Acheter Adidas Ultra Boost Within the Empire, and especially among Good Company OPERATORS, “Ned Stark Jensen” refers to any and all mecha, powered heavy armour, or exo-suits. Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Homme Bragas Calvin Klein Baratas The RGM-89S Stark Jegan first appeared in an early scene of the first episode of Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, in which two regular Jegans and the Stark Jegan are sent to chase down and destroy a ship affiliated with rebel scum. Calvin Klein Underwear España The fleeing ship deploys its own mech, the NZ-666 Kshatriya, an overpowered machine armed with two important features. The NZ-666 has control of weapons called “Funnels”; a funnel can be deployed remotely, fire their insta-kill beams repeatedly and move independently. Tanga Calvin Klein There are 24 of these, meaning a target can be engaged from 24 changing directions constantly, not including the Kshatriya itself. The second important thing to note about the Kshatriya is that it is piloted by a named character that is important to the plot, and who is a clone that has been engineered to pilot and kill since birth by Space Nazi Super Scientists. This overpowered machine easily destroys the first two regular Jegans with its funnels. The surviving faceless, unnamed grunt piloting the Stark Jegan decides he’s having none of that and performs a mad bayonet charge with his beam saber after firing off all of his ranged weapons. Adidas Yeezy Boost 330 Pas Cher The Stark Jegan is cut in half after a short saber duel with the Kshatriya, and the pilot curses the rebel scum with his last breath. Calvin Klein Ropa Interior Mujer The Stark Jegan and its pilot is notable for a couple of reasons:
- Unnamed, faceless grunt pilots usually end up like the ones in the first two Jegans: killed with ease in seconds, but the Stark Jegan nearly defeats its overpowered plot armoured opponent in an extended duel, which is like an Imperial Stormtrooper almost beating a Jedi Master in a one-on-one duel.
- The pilot displays tactical skill unusual for grunt pilots; while the saber charge may seem foolish at first, it’s actually a good move when you consider that the Kshatriya can’t use its funnels at melee range without risk of hitting itself. In the Stark Jegan’s final charge, you can see that the pilot places the sun at his back before charging in hopes of blinding its opponent.
- The Stark Jegan is an artillery/fire support mobile suit, and so probably wasn’t meant to fight other mobile suits. It still almost wins.
- It looks tacticool as fuck.
The Imperialish word Ned Stark Jensen is a mixture of “Stark Jegan,” the English name for the mech, “Ned Stark,” a literary character from A Game of Thrones by George R. Chaussures Adidas Yeezy 330 Boost R. Martin, and “Adam Jensen,” a character from Deus Ex: Human Revolution.