Formerly a member of the reploid Water Quality Management team. Rainy Turtloid's incredibly durable shell allowed him to enter and clean up pollution in extremely hazardous areas that few other reploids could survive. Unfortunately for Rainy Turtloid, because of his high defensive power, others considered him a potential threat - these paranoid individuals conspired against him, and, as a result, he was terminated. Gate had Rainy Turtloid resurrected from his DNA and now he serves as one of Isoc's "Nightmare Researchers". He was charged with investigating Inami Temple - ancient Japanese ruins plagued with frequent acid rain storms. This acidic rain, as one would expect, makes life quite unpleasant for most reploids, but Rainy Turtloid's shell keeps him safe.
Rainy Turtloid's greatest asset, both offensively and defensively, is his Duranium alloy shell. He is almost completely invulnerable to any type of damage so long as the self-repairing, power jewels embedded in this protective barrier remain functional. Rainy Turtloid can launch a barrage of missiles from these two, emerald gems when they're intact. The shell also has retractable blades all around its edges - when they're extended, Rainy Turtloid rolls and bounces around much like a gigantic sawblade, slicing and crushing anything that gets in his way. He is master of the Meteor Rain - a volley of water droplet-shaped projectiles that shower down upon his enemies.
Maverick Hunter X can use Blizzard Wolfang's Ice Burst, once the two jewels on Rainy Turtloid's shell have been destroyed, to cause substantial damage to the giant turtle's exposed, damp circuitry. Alternatively, the power of a charged Magma Blade (Blaze Heatnix) or Metal Anchor (Metal Shark Player) blast will actually pierce Rainy Turtloid's shell when the gems are still intact. For Zero, his Z-buster is the weapon of choice once the turtle's defense has been compromised. Both Irregular Hunters will find the Z-Saber is the most effective tool for shattering Rainy Turtloid's gems (also try Shoenzan on the jewels with Zero if you have it).
Cardboard, plastic, white paper, colored paper, white glue, hot glue, ink, and paint.
17.2 cm/6.8 in. x 17.0 cm/6.7 in. (highest point x widest point)
Unknown; this figure's creation occured before I started keeping thorough records of my work (which means it was made sometime prior to May 30, 2004).
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