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Str OptionC artwork

Original Arcade art

Option C (オプションC) is one of Hiryu's three offensive Options, debuting in the first Strider and returning in Strider (2014). It's also a primary part of Hiryu's movelist in the Marvel vs. Capcom series.

In English, this Option is also known as the Robot Hawk[1], translated from the original Hawk-Type Robot (タカ型ロボット)[2][3][4], and Robot Eagle in the 2014 Strider.

ModelsEdit

Strider (CPS-1)Edit

OptionC
Option C is a robot shaped in the form of a hawk with sharp metal feathers. Unlike the other Options, the Robot Hawk comes out of the Item Boxes once they are open, and starts circling the sky above Hiryu. Whenever an airborne enemy comes near him, the Robot Hawk dives down and slashes it apart with its metal wings.

The Robot Hawk does not bond with any of Hiryu's lifebar units, and remains flying around the area close to where it was released for a while.

Strider (2014)Edit

StrHD optionC art
Option-C appears as a plasma construct in the form of a red eagle. Once active, Option-C performs a quick swooping attack at Hiryu's direction, destroying anyone standing in its path. When used near "Eagle Perch" statues, Hiryu can attach his Climb Sickle to the Option and be carried away to a different section of Hiryu's current location. This ability is known as Eagle Flight (イーグルフライト).

Option-C is the first Option to be collected, found in an Pickup Cradle at the bottom of Kazakh City's Transit Station, protected by Pei Pooh. Its considered the most effective of the three, killing most weaker Troopers and doing considerable damage to stronger enemies and bosses for a small energy cost.

In Marvel vs. CapcomEdit

Hiryu uses Option C in his Formation C technique, where he commands one Hawk robot to drop a Parachute Bomb on his enemies. The strength of the button pressed determines how far away from Hiryu the bomb is dropped. In Marvel vs. Capcom 2, the Hawk Option was added as a variation of Formation A, where Hiryu calls forth one to soar across the screen, hitting airborne enemies. This technique was later named "Formation A2".

Several Options B and C are also summoned en-masse during Hiryu's Legion Hyper Combo, covering the entire screen as they rush from one end of the screen to another, hitting the enemy several times in the process.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Sega (September 1990, Mega Drive). Strider (English). Instruction manual, Pg. 12
  2. Sega (September 1990, Mega Drive). Strider Hiryû (Japanese). Instruction manual, Pg. 16
  3. Capcom (February 2000, PlayStation). Strider Hiryû 1&2 (Japanese). Instruction Manual, Pg. 12
  4. Capcom (February 22, 2014). Strider Hiryu Visual Chronicle (Japanese). Pg. 09

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