Wild Boar

Wild Boar
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The Wild Boar as it appeared in F-Zero GX
Number 24
Pilot Michael Chain
Manufactured by Asteroid Motors
Body A
Boost C
Grip C
First Appeared F-Zero X
Later Appeared F-Zero GX
F-Zero GP Legend
F-Zero Climax


The Wild Boar is the machine driven by the ruthless gang leader: Michael Chain. Nearly matching this individual's personality seamlessly, Chain made sure that this machine was highly fortified with countless layers of durable steel plating and one of the strongest engines seen on the F-Zero circuit so far. Needless to say, this machine doesn't do much in terms of environmental friendliness, but this wasn't the leader of the Bloody Chain's original ambition as much as running every vulnerable machine off of the track was! To further his relatively intimidating showboating, Chain had four airfoil extensions built along the Wild Boar's spine which supposedly increases the overall noise it's engine gives off ten-fold.


[edit] F-Zero X

In the second console-based installment of the F-Zero franchise, the Wild Boar was introduced among the wide array of 25 fellow new machines. Even from first glance, it's obvious that this machine is completely dependant on it's toughness, but surprisingly enough, both it's speed and control are relatively balanced with below-average ratings.

[edit] F-Zero GX

In the most recent console-based installment of this series, Michael Chain's Wild Boar returns with an amazing amount of body strength but a noticable decrease in speed and boost-power assistance. It's grip, however, remained unaltered.

[edit] F-Zero Climax

In the most recent portable console-based title, the Wild Boar bares it's tusks and shows what it's really made of when it literally bowls all of it's competitors out of the way with a marvelous amount of armour. And when paired with adequate control, there's literally no one who can safely hide from an experienced pilot when they've found this machine!

Last edited by DXD on 29 January 2011 at 22:17
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