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OriginsEdit

Exo-frames or E-frames for short were created by humans in their effort to terraform and colonize Venus and Mars[1] and to protect themselves from any possible aggression from outside of the Solar System. They can be thus divided into two main categories — civilian and military models. However, since the series primarily described the Neosapien War that followed the Second Neosapien Revolt, nearly all E-frames shown in Exo-Squad were battle machines. Another distinction is that between human (Terran) and Neosapien E-frames.

Originally, all E-frames were humanoid exoskeletons (hence the name), but after several decades of extensive development non-humanoid E-frames vehicles based on the same technologies have been introduced. By the time of the Second Neosapien Revolt, all machines steered directly by one or two pilots were considered E-Frames, regardless of their type, purpose or design: walkers, tanks, space fighters, bulldozers, etc.

A common feature of all E-frames is a sophisticated neural interface that backups "normal" manual steering: each pilot had to undergo surgical implantation of a "cyber socket" to the back of one's neck that allowed direct control over the E-frame via a "cyber jack". Since the brain patterns of humans and Neosapiens are slightly different, E-frame interface has to be reconfigured depending on the genetic race of the pilot. All E-frames are powered by fusion packs. Civilian fusion packs generate much less power than military ones, while the latter are (if intelligently applied) a potentially devastating explosive.

After Professor Algernon joined the Exofleet, some of his inventions were implemented into the Able Squad's E-frames, making them truly unique (so-called Algernon Upgrade).

Exo-framesEdit

Aa-500(Exo-fleet) BD-100 Tb-024recon SLR-345(standard)
AA-500 Falcon BD-100 Ground Assault E-frame TB-024 Recon SLR-345 Wraith
Po-024 RA-678 CR-001 JOF-731
PO-024 Field Repair E-frame RA-678 Light Attack CR-001 Exo-fighter JOF-731 Samauri E-frame
LD-029 Exo-walker
LD-029 Field Sergent WP-7943 Exowalker
Mm-120 interogator-cell JE-5038 Neo-command AA-569
MM-120 Interrogator JE-5038 Subsonic Mobile Command AA-569 Amphibious Assault
El-909-ywing(standard) High-speed(neo) DW-240-(napier) Neo-walkers
EL-909 Y-wing RA-643 Supersonic High Speed Stealth Attack DW-240 Police E-frame AA-569 Neo-walker
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ReferencesEdit

  1. Vince Thornburg, "Review of Exo-Squad," SEGA-16 (November 10, 2008).
E-frames
Terran Built E-frames
AA-500 Falcon | BD-100 Ground Assault E-frame | TB-024 Recon | SLR-345 Wraith | RA-678 | CR-001 Exo-fighter |
LD-029 Field Sergent | PO-024 Field Repair E-frame | JFG-892 Pirate Captain | AM-1194 Fire Warrior E-frame |
JOF-731 Samurai E-frame | WP-7943 Exowalker | DW-240 Enforcer
Neosapien Built E-frames
MM-120 Interrogator | JE-5038 Subsonic | Mobile Command | AA-569 Amphibious Assault | EL-909 Y-wing |
RA-643 Supersonic High Speed Stealth Attack | AL-002 Troop Transport | Neo-walker

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