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Cobalt Comet
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Item Info
Name Cobalt Comet
Kanji コーボールト・コミット
Romaji Kōbōruto komitto
Epithet "Dwight-Cycle"
"Dwight Pod"
VRMMORPG End War Online
Item Type Vehicle
Sub-type Motorbike
Status Created


Now, Let's Go!"
~ Dwight

Cobalt Comet is Dwight Duncan's personal vehicle, created by Natalia Leyte.

Appearance

The Cobalt Comet is a totally black motorcycle. It has 20" front and rear tires and is powered by a high-performance, water-cooled, single-cylinder engine - geared toward the lower end for faster acceleration and with no exhaust pipes. The exhaust is routed through the hollow steel/aluminum/magnesium tubing used for the frame of the bike. The motorbike is steered by the shoulders instead of hands, and the rider's arms are protected by oval shields. On those shields, the letters CC are painted in electric blue (the first letters of the name of the vehicle). The two-foot pegs are set 3½ feet apart on either side of the tank, which the rider lies on, belly down.

The bike's front is armed with grappling hooks, cannons, and machine guns. It also has smoke bombs to defend against Javalins or heat missiles. The vehicle includes a new system: the wheels can roll against their normal axes, seemingly for added stability in sharp turns or other maneuvers. This also allows for instant changes in direction - if the driver approaches a wall, the bikes' central frame will rotate to keep the driver upright (the inspiration for this useful chassis feature may well have been the innovative wheel configuration on a Killough Platform into omnidirectionally mobile chasses). The motorcycle's chassis also elongates, allowing the rider to pass under low-hanging obstacles.

Known Users

Trivia

  • It's based on the Batpod and on YuseiGo.
  • Cobalt Comet was the only thing in Dwight's main equipment he didn't personally name, as it was named by its creator Natalya Leyte. He considered chaning the name, but he eventually grew fond of it.
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