A-Burage

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A-Burage
ア・ブラーゲ M-Icon.gif
Model No. A-Burage Medarot 7 Design.png
KTN-0
Motif
Fox
Parts
Head: Mikazuchi
ミカヅチ
Right Arm: Fencing
フェンシング
Left Arm: Rapier
レイピア
Legs: Hakama
ハカーマ
Game appearances
Medarot 1, Medarot 2, Medarot R,
Medarot 2 Core, Medarot 7, Medarot Dual, Medarot 8, Medarot 9
Other appearances
Medarot (anime), Medarot 1 (manga), Medarot Card Game, Medarot 7 AR cards,
Medarot Dual AR cards, Merchandise


A-Burage (ア・ブラーゲ), known in English as Foxuno, is a fox (or "kitsune")-type Medarot that first appeared in the original Medarot game.

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[edit] Description

A-Burage visually resembles a Japanese swordsman, with swords on both arms, a mask, and leg parts styled after a Hakama (a garment traditionally worn in martial arts). However, it is also heavily based on a fox, or kitsune, which are often depicted as tricksters and shapeshifters in Japanese folklore. Its counterpart Medarot, A-Gedama, is based on a tanuki, which is an animal with a similar significance.

The name A-Burage comes from abura-age (deep-fried tofu), which is considered to be a kitsune's favourite food. The name of its head part, Mikazuchi, most likely comes from Takemikazuchi.

[edit] In the games

A-Burage is a bipedal Medarot with Sword attacks on its arms and a Break attack on its head.

In the early games, its legs make it much more suited to physical attacks than ranged ones (like Break), but all of its parts have a good balance of armor, speed, and power. In Medarot 2 Core its stats were changed to make it roughly equal in shooting and physical attacks.

In Medarot 7, the names and actions for its parts were changed. Its head was changed to a Charge Trap and its Sword attacks were replaced with Fire.

[edit] In Medarot 1

In Medarot 1, A-Burage's parts can be obtained from random battles, or bought from a convenience store in the shopping district in either version.

[edit] In Medarot 2

A-Burage's parts aren't normally obtainable in Medarot 2, and instead need to be transferred over from Medarot 1.

[edit] In Medarot R

Is obtainable from the Part Collection by fighting かんぬし that is ranked opponent number 82.

[edit] In Medarot 2 Core

A-Burage is first deployed by a Roborobo that Ikki follows into an abandoned factory. From that point it frequently appears as a leader against common Roborobo opponents.

[edit] In Medarot 7

Its model number is now KTN00.

In his Medarot 7 appearance, A-Burage's sword moves were replaced with blue fire-based attacks, and its head and arm parts were given new names:

  • Head: Kagutsuchi (カグツチ)
  • Right: Kagabiko (カガビコ)
  • Left: Yagihaya (ヤギハヤ)

(From Hi-no-Kagutsuchi, Hi-no-Kagabiko, and Hi-no-Yagihayao, alternate names for the Japanese fire deity Kagutsuchi.)

[edit] In the anime

A-Burage was a Medarot used by the Roborobo Gang when they were masquerading as a professional renovation service. It was used to demolish the buildings that they were performing renovations on, and was paraded around as a minor deity that the Roborobo Gang would be blessed by in order to gain the confidence of their clients.

A-Burage was defeated quickly after Ikki challenged them to a battle to stop them from harassing his family into renovating their house. Rokusho observed the contest, and gave Ikki pointers on how to achieve victory. The battle ended with Metabee blasting A-Burage with a Missile at point blank range, and Ikki claimed A-Burage's Rapier part for winning.

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[edit] Related Medarots

  • TAN-0 A-Gedama, its partner Medarot based on a Tanuki.
Fox-type Medarots
KTN-0 A-Burage
FOX-3NF La A-Burage
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