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15-Dec-2019 14:06

One of each kind appears in Another Century's Episode 3: The Final and Super Robot Wars Z.

Human-form Coralians are beings created by the Scub Coral in the form of humans.

The fifty episode series premiered in Japan on MBS between April 17, 2005 and April 2, 2006 and was subsequently licensed by Funimation in North America, Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand and by Anime Limited in the United Kingdom for English home video releases.

The series spawned six manga adaptations, a light novel, three video games and a feature-length anime film which was released in Japan on April 25, 2009.

They are regarded by scientists as emissaries of the Scub Coral, sent to learn about humanity.

Humans have attempted to create their own artificial human-form Coralians, but the results are often less than satisfactory.

As shown with Eureka in the sequel series, human-form Coralians are biologically capable of reproducing the same way as humans do; she gave birth to a daughter and son.

Eureka Seven tells the story of Renton Thurston and the outlaw group Gekkostate, his relationship with the enigmatic mecha pilot Eureka, and the mystery of the Coralians.As a result, a sentient life form on the scale of the Scub Coral produces a tremendous amount of energy.The most important use of Trapar energy is its use as a method of propulsion for flight-capable vehicles.Most forms are based on the sea creatures they absorbed when they just started their 'growth'.

Their powers are: sending lasers in profusion from their bodies, thus being able to destroy large aircraft, burrowing into a victim's body and imploding it (unconfirmed), and creating a spherical void, which makes anything within its surface area to vanish.

Antibody Coralians generally appear in response to deliberate attacks on the Scub Coral.



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